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PBIBS18: Aquazone on land and in water

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For the first time, Nautical Ventures will have two Aquazone areas at the Palm Beach show: the pool located in the Meyer Amphitheater on land in the southern part of the show, but also in the Intracoastal Waterway near the cocktail barge, similar to its space at the Miami show last month.

Aquazone is a demonstration area and was created to showcase many of the water toys available through Nautical Ventures, a South Florida-based retailer and dealer. The 30-foot by 60-foot pool will showcase items such as paddleboards, SeaBobs and flyboards. The in-water display at the south end of the show will showcase some items, including flyboards and hovercrafts, in more extreme ways.

Nautical Ventures’ Aquazone

Nautical Ventures’ Miami Aquazone was the first one at that show. It has had the exhibit at the Fort Lauderdale show for several years. Demonstrations are performed by Nautical Ventures staff or designated vendors; show attendees are not permitted to test drive the equipment.

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