Typhoon International returns to RYA Dinghy & Watersports Show

two young dinghy sailors racing on the water with sails at full reach

Following its debut last year, Typhoon International is returning to the RYA Dinghy & Watersports Show next month (24th-25th February 2024) with its range of personal protection gear.

“We’re delighted to be returning to the RYA Dinghy and Watersports Show to exhibit our exciting range of dinghy products,” says Amy Grealish, marketing manager at Typhoon.  

Typhoon will be showing its specialist dinghy clothing and apparel, including its drysuit collection and Caliso wetsuit range.

Surface drysuits

According to Typhoon its current range of drysuits are some of the most comfortable yet toughest available, with a drysuit tailor-made for every type of watersports activity, including sailing, surfing, kayaking and SUP. Using advanced breathable materials, Typhoon says its surface drysuits are suitable for all conditions, whether it’s heavy-duty storm protection or a lightweight feel needed.

Caliso range

Available in a variety of styles and sizes, from youth to adult, the Caliso range is manufactured from eco-friendly and sustainable recycled materials.

“The show offers a great opportunity to connect with the sailing and watersports community, and our innovative range using the very latest in fabric technology and features demonstrates our extensive experience and thorough understanding of the needs of watersports enthusiasts,” says Grealish.

Typhoon’s range will be on stand Q23, and the firm’s team will be on hand to offer product advice. 

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