Boat Project Overview: Part 1 – Taco Marine Project Boat on Ship Shape TV

Taco Marine has an exciting year-long project with Ship Shape TV!  It encompasses upgrading a 1989 Pursuit 2650 boat to 2016 Model Year standards using thTaco Marine's Ship Shape project boate latest, most current Taco Marine products and those provided by our marine industry partners. Once completed, the boat will be sold with proceeds being donated to a non-profit organization, I’m Logan It Foundation. With the help of Ship Shape TV and other companies in the marine industry, like Taylor Made, Teak Isle, BT’s Welding and Yamaha – this boat will surely be in high demand.

Here’s a video overview of the Taco Marine Project Boat:

6 thoughts on “Boat Project Overview: Part 1 – Taco Marine Project Boat on Ship Shape TV

    • Thank you for your feedback and bookmarking our site! We thought by partnering with industry experts and other companies we could provide a broader range of information and expertise for those interested in upgrading their boats.

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    • Thank you for your positive feedback! It’s an exciting project for us to bring together various industry partners to not only provide tips on fixing up a boat, but when it’s all done it will go to a few trade shows and then be auctioned off to benefit a charity.

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