AquaMarine launches new waterproof bag range


AquaMarine has revealed details of its new range of waterproof bags. The new range includes dry tube bags, backpacks, crew duffle bags and a fully insulated cooler and rigger bag.

Following the success of the AquaMarine cleaners and protectors in 2022, the company – owned by Bainbridge International – says it has been working hard to expand its product range further.

The new 24-strong range of waterproof bags offers a wide variety of sizes and colours, from five-litre dry tube bags to 60-litre duffle bags in a selection of colours. The whole range is waterproof and has the versatility of being both a bag or a backpack.

The largest duffle bag features IPX7 waterproof and airtight zips. All the bags feature unique high-frequency welded seams and clever design features that include built-in pockets and sleeves for multiple items. As well as this, some have water bottle pockets, bungee cord systems and daisy chain attachment points.

The range also offers the added flexibility of strap changes from bag to backpack and vice versa as the user requires. The firm says these features, coupled with the “extremely competitive pricing,” give the range a legitimate place in the market.

“The team have worked hard to develop this range, which offers value, performance and versatility,” says Gavin Lacey, commercial director.

“We are confident that these bags will become bags for life and continue to perform year after year. The expansion of the AquaMarine range shows the dedication we have to offering more and more solutions to the marine industry. We will continue to seek products that enhance the AquaMarine offering as well as drive growth for the company and support both the UK and global marine trade.”

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