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Zodiac Boats Featured on History Channel Series

July 16, 2003  | 

The History Channel’s new fall series, “Tactical to Practical,” will include coverage of Zodiac North America’s inflatable watercraft.

The new series will explore key technologies “crossing over” from specific military designs to everyday uses in the civilian world. Zodiac’s inflatable technology, which will be highlighted on the series, allows the company to build rugged, versatile boats used by the military and law enforcement, as well as by civilians.

Zodiac’s inflatables and Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats (RIBs) will be featured in the fourth show of the new History Channel series, tentatively scheduled to air on the cable network September 23, 2003.

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