FunAir have recently joined the USSA and have the premier space in the new American section of the Superyacht Pavillion of Fort Lauderdale International Boat show.
American born FunAir can be found at the entrance to the new American section and opposite the USSA Lounge at booth 801.
The leading superyacht inflatables manufacturers will be showcasing a new lounger design, the popular Climbing Wall and in partnership with Oceanemo, the Sports Utility Yacht, a range of 3D printed replica FunAir products on a mesmerizing digital display table.
Having recently launched the all new FunAir Playground and Junior BigAir Blob, FunAIr will be meeting with Owners and Captains at FLIBS to get feedback on new products and discuss the next big launch in inflatable yacht toys.
A redesign of a firm family favourite, the FunAir Playground has a slide, climbing frame and leaving off point for a smaller version of the very popular BigAir Blob, which like its big brother has stabilising outriggers that stop it turning in the ocean, and an inflatable stand-off that keeps it in place. Friends and siblings can jump from the playground straight onto the blob and launch their partners into the air.
The Playground can be tethered to the yacht out at anchor, and also works as the perfect accessory for families when it is secured in shallower waters on beach days.
Standing 3.5m tall when inflated, the playground has non-slip material on the steps, comfort grip climbing holds and ultra slick vinyl. This eliminates the need for a coversheet and reduces weight and pack size. The Junior Big Air Blob is also made from commercial grade 1000 denier PVC with FR and UV ratings. Total set up time is just 30 minutes.
To contact FunAir directly please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call John Courtney on +1 512 751 4276.
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