Latest & Greatest: January 2003 Page 2

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Doesn’t Swim with the Fishes

By Capt. Patrick Sciacca — January 2003

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It's safe to go back into the water, thanks to Seapool. Its entry in the wacky world of "what will they think of next" might just be your next watertoy.

Believe it or not, this is a real pool constructed using open and tight weaves of polypropylene mesh. Buoyancy tanks topside keep the pool afloat, and stainless steel longitudinals built into the bottom keep the pool steady.

Stirling Reed, Seapool's maker, says the storage tube with the pool inside can be stowed below your tender. If you don't like to swim in deep water or want to keep an eye on the kids, this pool might be for you. It's available directly from Stirling Reed and comes in 19-, 29-, and 40-foot by eight-foot sizes. Call for pricing.

Stirling Reed Phone: 44 (0) 20 8543 9595.

Is there a piece of gear you would like to know more about or see PMY put to the test? Write to Latest & Greatest, Power & Motoryacht, 260 Madison Ave., 8th Fl., New York, NY 10016. Fax: (917) 256-2282. e-mail: No phone calls, please.

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This article originally appeared in the January 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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