AB Inflatables offers new accessory options

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AB Inflatables is offering consumers flexibility and customization with the modular design available in its Lammina and Navigo series of inflatable boats.

"Our customers asked for an economical way to customize their Lammina and Navigo series boats," said Ivor Heyer, AB Inflatables' president, in a statement. "When they purchase their new boats from a dealer, they now have six optional accessories available at the time of purchase. This added flexibility lets our owners customize the boat to fit their own unique needs."

The Navigo line features fiberglass hull open tenders from 8 to 14 feet in length and the Lammina features aluminum hull open tenders from 8 to 16 feet in length.

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