Palm Springs, California – Just in time for the holiday season, DiMora Watercraft, a division of DiMora Enterprises, LLC, is accepting orders for custom, handcrafted, made-to-order fishing vessels ideal for both offshore and lake fishing excursions.
"Although we are relatively new to the boating industry, we aren't new to offering quality tailored products for the consumer," said Sir Alfred J. DiMora, owner of DiMora Watercraft. "I've been in the automotive industry for over forty years and felt that there was a void in the boating world, primarily in the mid-priced market for custom fishing boats."
DiMora Watercraft offers trailer-able fishing vessels in sizes ranging from 14' to 24' that can withstand the light offshore fishing environment. Each vessel is hand-built by a dedicated team of professionals in Southern California and meet Coast Guard specifications for safety.
"What really sets us apart from what's currently on the market is that each hull is built from one-hundred percent composite material and during the construction process, each hull is reinforced with special carbon fiber technology for added durability and peace of mind," shared DiMora. "Fisherman know that when they buy a DiMora Watercraft fishing boat, they are getting a hull that can withstand much more stress out on the open sea than the average boat at this moderate price point."
Each DiMora Watercraft boat is constructed without the use of wood, eliminating the dreaded wood-rot issue most boat owners inevitably face. The addition of advanced carbon fiber technology added to each hull is a standard signature feature of the brands' commitment to quality and durability.
When it comes to on-deck features, customers are only limited by their imagination. Whether the consumer is looking for a bare-bones vessel or one with all the bells and whistles, DiMora Watercraft is committed to offering boats that aren’t your run of the mill variety.
"If they can dream it, we can build it," said DiMora. "Our current production schedule is roughly thirty days per vessel, depending on how elaborate the customer order is."