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Yellowfin Yachts offers OceanGrip flooring pads

OceanGrip, which makes marine-grade flooring protection, announced a partnership with Yellowfin Yachts.

The builder of open offshore fishing boats will offer OceanGrip flooring pads as a custom option to provide traction and protection for its line of center console, skiff and hybrid models.

“Yellowfin designs and manufactures some of the most well respected fishing boats on the market,” OceanGrip president Mark Maus said in a statement. “We are thrilled to partner with them to provide their discerning owners with a durable marine flooring upgrade option accessory that helps preserve their boats while greatly enhancing safety and comfort on the water.”

Yellowfin Yachts president Wylie Nagler said the partnership will enhance his customers’ boating experience.

“What sets OceanGrip apart is its high-quality material, timely customization and personal customer service,” Nagler said. “We want the best for our customers, period.”

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