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n unwavering dedication to product innovation has helped FreeStyle dominate the yachting


industry’s inflatable toy market since it created the world’s first sealed-air inflatable waterslide, the FreeStyle Cruiser, for the M/Y Lazy Z in 2009. Since then, the company has introduced eight different models of the FreeStyle Cruiser. Most slides feature straight, curved or S-shaped descents, but FreeStyle Slides can create virtually any type of configuration that one can imagine.


The FreeStyle Slides team works closely with each client, turning the slide or toy in your imagination into a reality. An array of custom colour and logo options offer additional possibilities for customisation.


“We are the only truly bespoke supplier


of inflatable products


in the world,” explains Stephen Philp, Chief Executive Officer of FreeStyle Slides. “We love working with creative clients who want to construct their own personalised theme park on the open seas!”


With the most comprehensive line of bespoke inflatable products in the industry, FreeStyle Slides offers sea pools, work docks, trampolines,


climbing towers,


rock walls, launchers, wakeboard rails, wakeboard ramps, pontoons and fenders. The possibilities are endless for visionary clients and charter yachts that want one of a kind toys!


Beyond product innovation, FreeStyle Slides continually strives to maximise the fun and safety of its inflatables while minimising the workload involved. “We want everyone to enjoy our slides and toys, not just the guests but the crew as well,” says Philp. “When crew members give us feedback, we take it seriously.”


FreeStyle’s latest developments were created with the crew in mind. They address the biggest pain points of owning and operating toys: set up, takedown, weight and storage..


REVOLUTIONARY LIGHTWEIGHT FreeStyle has just introduced LITE, a revolutionary new material for slides up to 12 metres. Slides made from the LITE material weigh 20- 30% less and require 15-20% less storage space than our standard slides, but still feature the heavy duty durability and manufacturing strengths for which FreeStyle Slides is so well known.


SLEEKER, TALLER SLIDES FreeStyle has increased the height of its Non-Leg Support slide. The recently introduced NLS+ slide is available in heights up to 12 metres, 5 metres taller than the original NLS slide.


ADJUSTABLE SLIDES The Cruiser FLEX is an inflatable slide


available in base heights


ranging from 4-9 metres. The slides can be adjusted up to 1.5 metres higher than the base height. A small amount of Cruiser FLEX slides will be available and ready to ship for last minute orders to the MED and Caribbean.


RAPID INFLATION SYSTEM Also in development is an innovative, patent pending, rapid inflation system that will be available as an option on all inflatable products.


SELF-CONTAINED SLIDE The FreeStyle engineering team is hard at work developing a self- contained retractable slide that will be custom fitted permanently on a yacht.


All of these developments will make deployment, retraction and storage more manageable for the crew while maximising the fun for guests. “There’s nothing we want more than to improve the ease by which our products are used,” explains Philp.


FreeStyle Slides has one more top-secret product in the works. There’s nothing like it on the market and it’s sure to make a huge splash with thrill seekers!


For more details Tel:+1 727 563 2003. or visit www.freestyleslides.com


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