Birth Of A SeaDek Swim Platform Pad

SeaDek collaboration with Jason Dussault


SeaDek Swim Platform Pad being created for a custom one-of-a-kind Dussault Centurion ENZO watercraft.

Apparel retailer Dussault Apparel has announced collaboration between a Canadian fashion designer and two boat industry icons, which will be unveiled on the first day of 2011 Vancouver International Boat Show.

For the 2011 Show, Vancouver-based Jason Dussault, president and designer of Dussault Apparel Inc., will create a custom design wrap, embroidered interior, and custom metal work for a champion towboat offered by Centurion World Championship Towboats and distributed through award-winning boat dealer, Breakwater Marine.

The Vancouver International Boat Show will be held from 9-13 February 2011 at its new venue, the Vancouver Convention Centre and the False Creek Yacht Club.

The custom one-of-a-kind Dussault Centurion ENZO watercraft, valued at $150,000, will be sold to the highest bidder by the end of the Show, with partial proceeds benefiting Canuck Place Children’s Hospice and the Make A Wish Foundation. As part of the design project, Dussault will also be creating two custom life jackets and a custom surfboard wrap. These items will be on display throughout the show and then awarded to lucky show attendees through a random draw.

The show is owned by the British Columbia Marine Trades Association (BCMTA). It is produced by Canadian Boat Shows, and is Western Canada’s largest consumer boating event.