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Motorized tiki hut bar back in Florida waters after Irma

Motorized tiki hut bar back in Florida waters after Irma
Motorized tiki hut bar back in Florida waters after Irma
Posted at 6:08 PM, Sep 12, 2017
and last updated 2017-09-13 02:16:13-04

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL (CNN) – A day after Irma leaves, a new bar hits the now-calm waters. Someone's having some fun in Fort Lauderdale. 

The motorized tiki hut bar was spotted on Tuesday. Resident Greg Darby designed it and recently started a business building and selling them called "Cruisin' Tikis." The vessel measures about 15 feet wide and long, and can carry eight to 10 people.

In case you're wondering, the Coast Guard-compliant boats cost $16,500 for a non-powered version, or $21,500 for the motorized one.

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