Tampa Bay Boat Show Have you been wanting to see our SeaDek product in person and see all of the design and applications we can do? Well, now is your chance! Castaway Customs will be attending The Tampa Bay Boat Show September 20th through the 22nd! Admission is free to this event and it will…
We recently had the pleasure of collaborating with the guys over at MANG. We were aware of what they did and what their company stood for, but when we met the guys at FLIBS (Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show) we could see and feel their passion about the restoration of mangroves. We instantly knew that these…
Custom SeaDek by Castaway Customs is a great way to make your old skiff look new again
Check out this custom SeaDek job Castaway Customs installed on this Maverick Master Angler.
Adding custom SeaDek from Castaway Customs is a great way to clean up an older boat. SeaDek provides traction, comfort, and great looks to any boat.
Does your boat need a face lift? If it does adding custom SeaDek may work you. Contact Castaway Customs at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Custom SeaDek is a great way to give any boat a face lift and make an older boat look new again. Contact Castaway Customs for your custom SeaDek.
This Mitzi Skiff is a great example of what a little TLC from Castaway Customs and Orange County Boatworks can do to your boat or skiff. To trick out your skiff, contact email@example.com.
The Silver King boat is a staple on the water in Florida’s Nature Coast. If you are going to be tarpon fishing all day, custom SeaDek will make those doldrums much more comfortable and when things hit the fan the SeaDek will provide the traction needed.
Adding custom SeaDek to any boat or skiff adds comfort, safety, and looks great. This Ranger Banshee Extreme is a perfect example.
Camo SeaDek is great for decking out duck hunting boats. Contact Castaway Customs today to get a quote on decking out your boat.
Capt Raul Montoro decided that SeaDek was the ticket to make the boat more comfortable and safe for his clients while on the waters of Biscayne Bay and the Florida Keys.