Thursday, March 5, 2009

2009 Miami Boat Show

A few weeks removed from the 2009 Miami Boat Show Intensity Boat Works is thrilled with the responses giving from the builders and fishing enthusiasts alike. ‘Lizanne’ had her first big test in the travels down from North Palm Beach to Miami with 4’-6’ seas going straight into 15-20+ winds. To say the least she handled so delicately without breaking stride. I believe she earned a mutual respect during the travel down by gracefully passing the Vikings and Oceans alike.

During the entire show the weather was beautiful and the traffic of people was steady throughout. IBW saw interest from several parties both nationally and internationally. If we could quote a majority of people that came by the boat it was a consistent, “I have never seen a boat with so much shape.” Also, we have had a great reaction on our parts and components section from boat manufactures and custom builders. Attention was grabbed upon hearing the fact the Toe Rail was machined and shaped with our CNC router. Our hand craftsmanship teamed with our in-house CNC machinery really showed in the finished product overall. Another big hit was our A/V Crestron unit from Judge AV. Those who aren’t familiar the Crestron unit controls our entire audio/visual components from one central station. We have the ability to lower/raise our mechanical shades in the salon, choose any tune of our liking with either satellite radio or IPod, view electronics from the helm right on the Salon TV and dial into hundreds of channels through satellite TV or DVD.

Intensity Boat Works would like the thank everyone who stopped by the boat to make a great showing. A special thanks to Judge AV for helping us put the best high-tech boat together we could build and Applied Concepts Unleashed for continuing to help us think outside the box.

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