Meet The Shark

Introducing the ultimate WaterMat

Published in the August 2011 Issue Published online: Aug 06, 2011
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True to the hype, the WaterMat is gaining momentum and is quickly becoming one of the most popular products for boaters today. The original 6- by 18-foot mat that weights just over 30 pounds, yet can hold up to 1500 pounds continues to be a popular choice and it retails for $799. But six years after the first WaterMat was sold, the company continues to grow as it now offers four different sizes, including the all-new WaterMat Shark, which is rated to handle 2300 pounds of fun in the sun.

Made of industrial strength foam and offering 10 percent more surface area than even the huge WaterMat Plus, the Shark is ideal for camps, resorts and other commercial settings where heavy use tests the durability of any water toy. The new WaterMat Shark, which retails for $1499, is designed to be 50 percent tougher than its other products, while keeping with its core value proposition of safe, easy-to-use, no-hassle fun.

Virtually maintenance free, there is nothing to inflate, nothing to pop, nothing to assemble and nothing to repair. All WaterMats roll out in a matter of seconds. No ladders to mess with and no sharp edges, screws or splinters, either. Wet or dry, WaterMats are lightweight and easy to carry on your pontoon or deck boat or to put away at the end of the day.

For more information visit www.thewatermat.com or call 888-4MAT-FUN.

 

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