Barton Marine at boot Düsseldorf

Simon Reynolds, Business Development Manager for Sales and Marketing at Barton Marine commented, “With a greater number of exhibition halls and attendees than ever before, we found the whole atmosphere at boot Düsseldorf this year to be buoyant and charged with optimism.

“There was certainly lots of enthusiasm from visitors, and the chandleries showcasing our products reported having a fantastic show. As well as our Boomstrut, which has become increasingly popular across a wide range of yacht types and lengths, we had an overwhelmingly positive response to our new, stronger, lighter and smaller Block Range, from both existing and potential customers.

“Classic boat enthusiasts took particular interest in our range of wooden blocks. They admired the elegance and technical excellence, as well as the combination of high performance engineering, and classic design.

“We feel the customer’s reaction to the technical development of these two ranges reassures us that we have successfully taken the Barton Marine brand to the next level, strengthening our position within the industry over the coming years. We look forward to attending boot Düsseldorf again in 2019.”

See you at the RYA Dinghy Show?
For the very first time, Barton Marine will be exhibiting at the RYA Dinghy Show, 3 – 4 March 2018, held at the Alexandra Palace, London – stand C1 in the Great Hall.

All products are available from Barton Marine’s global network of distributors and chandleries.

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