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Nautique debuting 2010 models online

Nautique is unveiling its new 2010 models on a redesigned Web site.

This year, the fleet includes the new Ski Nautique 200, Crossover Nautique 226 and the saltwater-capable Coastal Edition package. Nautique's new features include the Flight Control Tower 4, the Nautique LINC System, new gelcoat options and more.

The redesigned Web site details a revamped Nautique home page with a search function, interactive Nautique banners, a featured video and other state-of-the-art features. Each boat model page also includes new product videos, sizable overheads and profiles, lifestyle images, specifications, and information on benefits and options.

Additionally, a new frequently-asked-questions section was added, as well as updated 2010 desktop and screensaver images so consumers can easily view the 2010 Nautique lineup on their computers.

Click here for the full release.

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