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Ocean Craft Marine Announces New Sales Agent


Amphibious RIB builder Ocean Craft yesterday announced that Capt. Andy Langesfeld will serve as brand ambassador and sales agent in the Southeast.

“With deep experience driving, selling, training and servicing amphibious vehicles, Andy is an ideal ambassador for our AMP RIBs,” Jo Stapleton, Ocean Craft director of sales and marketing for the Americas Region, said in a statement. “And with so much beach and beachfront property, South Florida and the Florida Keys are the ideal place for our amphibious RIBs.”

Ocean Craft’s AMP is a high-performance RIB with a four-wheel drive system that allows the boat to be driven out of the water and on shore.

“I have spent decades operating amphibious vessels, but this one makes amphibious technology practical and accessible for everyone” Langesfeld said in the statement.



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