Getting boats to unusual locations has been in my skill set since I was a fresh faced little kid out of boot camp. Challenging and difficult peaked my interest even if it was boring math or mundane paperwork. Getting stuff done was how I became known and why I like putting boats on beaches today. Logistics has never been my strong point but I heard it said getting an inflatable boat to “X” was impossible, so….. “Why don’t we just try it?” I thought.
That was awhile ago and it still holds true today here at IBC. A customer needed a boat on the ice in the arctic in less than 24hrs we said sure. Need one in the Antarctic? O.K. The equator is nice this time of year how about some big dive boats, “no problemo” we said. Yes they were all hard to do but in the end ultimately worth it. Working with a customer who wanted one in Honduras was actually pretty easy, and as it turns out pretty fun too.
Seeing our pics of Various Zodiac and Bombard inflatable boats up in the Northern Territories or Tierra Del Fuego playing in the surf or running a narrow river isn’t like doing it yourself. Want a boat in Ecuador but don’t know where to start? Give us a call or shoot an email off and let’s see if we can help. The pics below were taken by a recent customer who was going to Honduras for some fun in the sun. Judging by the looks of it his mission was a success!
Some of our more Northern adventurers go where the water is skinny and the latitudes high like the Skeena waterways.
In the Pacific NW and California fun is easy to be had if you have the right boat.
These days the internet speeds us along and all the while we dream of a nice quiet place with zero connectivity, no social media networks encroaching in on our free time or annoying telemarketers. Yes adventure is still out there for those who are willing to go find it. Chances are we can help you when the call of the wild or the song of the sirens calls to you.
Give us a call (503)235-2628 and let go of the impossible.