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Could This Truly “Unsinkable” Boat Actually Live up to the Name?

There are a lot of things that you can consider when you’re going to purchase a ...

There are a lot of things that you can consider when you’re going to purchase a boat. While it might seem like a pretty straight forward purchase, when you actually get down to the nitty-gritty and all the different features that are available alongside all the different boat designs that you can pick from, it really becomes something that is a lot to think about that you’re going to want to consider carefully. Someone who is interested in fishing is going to get a lot different vessel than somebody who’s interested in hauling the family around and trust me when I tell you that there are plenty of different options for you to choose from regardless of what your needs are.

However, one of the first things that you’re obviously going to want to think about with the boat is how likely it is to go down. It might seem like something that you neglect to think about because with the way that these things are made today, it almost seems like that’s not something that’s going to happen, however, it may be a little bit more common than you would think. With a display like this, though, it seems like something that you’re safe from if you purchase a machine like this. These guys really went above and beyond in showing off the idea that their boat simply is not going to go down. However, they might want to be careful with the word “unsinkable” because we all remember how saying that went last time.

If you follow along with this display, you’ll watch as Key West Boats goes as far as trying their hardest to sink their own boat, filling it up with water and doing everything that mother nature would try and throw at such a vessel on a bad day. If their displays are being honest, it looks like it’s almost impossible to get this thing to take on enough water to go down entirely. They even go so far as cutting the boat in half and showing you that even without the bow, they’re still able keep on floating. After checking out a vessel like this one, be sure to tell us what you think of the display pictured here.





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