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Brunswick Commercial announces Miami display

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Brunswick Commercial and Government Products will display alongside sister company Boston Whaler at the Feb. 11-15 Miami International Boat Show.

The commercial arm of Brunswick Boat Group will display a vessel from the company’s Impact line of rigid-hull inflatable boats. The 12-meter 1200 Impact has quad 300-hp Mercury Verado outboard engines, in addition to many features that have been designed with special missions in mind.

“The new, wide-beam Impact features a 12-foot beam, allowing for inboard or outboard engine configurations, as well as an integrated aluminum T-top and console outfitted with two rows of shock-mitigating seating,” director of sales Jeremy Davis said in a statement.

“This boat appeals to many of our customers in South Florida and abroad, which makes the Miami boat show’s international stage a great venue to showcase our products.”

Brunswick Commercial and Government Products will be at the Miami Marine Stadium Park and Basin, boat slip 231.

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