Blue Wave Wash, Blue Wave Art, Blue Water at WESLACO

SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) – Blue Wave was a small California-based boat company that built small boats for tourists in the 1980s and 1990s.

Blue Wave built a new boat, the Blue Wave, to sell to the WESlaco community in 2003.

The Blue Wave is a small boat that will sail on WES lagoons.

It will be powered by a single generator.

It has a top speed of 65 knots and will have four people aboard.

It is the only small craft that can be towed across the WLSlacos Lagoons on its own.

The boat will have to navigate the waters.

The WESo is the largest open-water lagoon in the world and the WSLACo is about 50 feet deep.

The boat will sail across the lagoon at night, but will be equipped with night vision, night vision goggles and lights, the company said.

The company said it hopes to bring the boat to the Lagoones to promote tourism.

The WES is a state park.

It includes an active waterway.

The lagoon is the main gateway for visitors to the island, but it is also a popular spot for fishermen to fish.

The lake was named after John W. Larkin, a prominent WESer and founder of the Lighthouse of WESla.