Monatliche Archive: November 2017

  1. Marinepool auf der Messe Paris (Salon Nautic)

    Erleben Sie die neue Marinepool Kollektion 2018 auf der Messe Paris und lassen Sie sich von internationalen angesehenen Projekten und Events im Segelsport, die Marinepool im Jahr 2018  begleiten wird, begeistern. Marinepool möchte 2018 einmal mehr seine hochwertige Produktlinie in exzellentem Design, höchster Funktionalität und ausgezeichneter Qualität unter Beweis stellen.

    Ort: Salon Nautic de Paris / Stand Marinepool (Halle 1 - B68)

    Datum: 2. bis 10. Dezember 2017

    Wir freuen uns auf Ihr Kommen!  

  2. Marinepool at the METS Amsterdam

    Maritime lifestyle, lifejackets and intelligent functional clothing for water sports or crew wear for the yacht. 27 years of knowhow, numerous international test winner and with a global presence is what makes the success story of Marinepool. The lifejackets are exclusively made in European production sites. The productions are under the highest security standards in terms of quality (ISO 12402 Standard). Experience the new Marinepool Collection at the METS Amsterdam and learn more about high profile partnerships as well as world class teams and events Marinepool will officially supply in 2018.

    Location: METS Amsterdam 

    Date : November 14th – 16th, 2017

    We are looking forward to your visit!  

  3. Transat Jacques Vabre

    One week to go until the Transat Jacques Vabre. The famous French double-handed regatta will set sail from le Havre this Sunday (the 5th of November) to the Brasilian town of Salvador de Baia. 38 boats will be on the start line, within 4 categories: Class40, Multi50, IMOCA and ULTIME. Marinepool is proud to support 2 IMOCA duos in the race: Fabrice Amedeo & Giancarlo Pedote on Newsrest- Brioche Pasquier and Kito de Pavant & Yannick Bestaven on Bastide Ostio. The battle will be intense 13 IMOCA boats and 3 times winner JP Dick who will be motivated to add a 4 tittle to his prize list. Marinepool products will keep the sailors dry for the 4350 miles of their journey to Brasil! Good luck to all!