Vandalize Boats Will Debut at FLIBS

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Miami-based custom boatbuilder Vandalize Boats will make its debut at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show and has tapped Nautical Ventures to head up sales and marketing of the brand.

Its 30-foot, SUV 305 will make its debut at FLIBS and is available for sea trials. A new 450 SUV will be ready in 2021, according to a statement.

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The company was founded by Hugo Dominguez with the mission of building custom boats with a “special distinctive look and feel,” according to the Vandalize website.

“To create amazing boats that are unique in every way. From the colors, the power, the sounds, the seats, the floor, and even the lights, we want every single moment you spend on the water to be extraordinary,” the website says. “We recognize that Vandalize is your amazing boat, manufactured completely to your unique rules.”


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