Sealegs Amphibious Marine Craft
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Sealegs releases a further two videos in partnership with the All Blacks
15 September 2011
SEALEGS RELEASES A FURTHER TWO VIDEOS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE ALL BLACKS
Sealegs has joined the excitement of the build-up to the All Blacks second game in the Rugby World Cup Sealegs by releasing two new videos. The videos feature some of the team having fun during a training session practising the up and under, and working out doing some push-up training.
Spokesman for the company David McKee Wright said “I think we’ve been successful in capturing the essence of owning a Sealegs boat and that’s those simple (but powerful) feelings of joy and freedom. I know we had a lot of fun making and hope the people who watch them enjoy them to.
Our sponsorship of the All Blacks is something the company is very proud of. The All Blacks brand is a unique part of New Zealand and the players demonstrate innovation and determination every time they take the field. Sealegs too is a unique part of New Zealand and the essence of the company is built on innovation and determination.
When asked about the response to the limited edition All Black boat released to commemorate the production of the company’s 600th boat McKee Wright said “the response to Sealegs and in particular the All Black boat has been overwhelming to say the least. Visitors from all around the world are discovering the benefits of amphibious boating and of course the company that invented the idea.
He went on to say the RWC has provided us with an incredible opportunity to display Sealegs to the world and we’re working hard to make sure we make the most of it. Sealegs is part of the innovation showcase in the Cloud at Queens's wharf and is featured on the big screen as part of the NZ Innovation cluster.
Sealegs is on display and doing live demonstrations at the Auckland International Boat show this this week from the 15th to the 18th of September.