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Aqualuma will have strong presence in Fort Lauderdale

More than 100 of the boats and yachts on display at FLIBS will be equipped with Aqualuma underwater lights.

More than 100 of the boats and yachts on display at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show will be equipped with Aqualuma underwater lights.

“We are extremely proud of all our OEM affiliations, which include MasterCraft, Hatteras, Sunseeker, Horizon, Azimut, Beneteau, Merritt, Spencer, Ocean Alexander and Riviera, to name a few,” Aqualuma U.S. vice president Alexandra Bader said in a statement.

The Gen 4 18 Series through-hull LED is designed for large vessels and superyachts. The 18 Series is encased in the Aqualuma 12 Series housing and gives Aqualuma 6 and 12 Series owners the ability to upgrade to the 18 Series from inside the boat.

The 18 Tri Series combines the blue and white with the body of the 12 and 18 Series and offers customers the choice of two colors.

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