Fiesta Marine ships Hawaiian pontoon order

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Fiesta Marine Products announced the completion of a second order for five of its custom-designed, oceangoing Saltwater Beachcomber series pontoon boats for the Outdoor Recreational Center Marina at Marine Corps Base Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.

Fiesta Beachcombers are designed and engineered for ocean use as far as five miles offshore.

The base and amenities such as these boats are available for use by all Marines and their families, as well as President Obama, his family and staff when he vacations nearby in Kailua in his home state of Hawaii.

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