Just in time for the planning of the next Adriatic cruise, SeaHelp provides all members and friends of the nautical breakdown service with up-to-date reading material in the new issue of SeaMagazine 2023. The SeaMagazine is available as usual as a free download; who wants, secures its free print copy from 21 to 29 January on the fair boot in Duesseldorf.
The new, popular 32-page SeaHelp Magazine 2023 is here! Plumply filled with information around the water haven, there is also much new to Europe’s largest breakdown service on the water: thus we present for instance the new SeaHelp response boats from type Axopar 28, which can not only travel at speeds of up to 48 knots (just under 90 km/h), but on top of that they also have a lot of equipment on board that is indispensable for rapid assistance at sea.
Since July 1, 2022, sports skippers around the southern tip of Istria, in the Brijuni National Park and Kvarner have been even safer, because since that date an additional eight-meter-long rescue boat from SeaHelp has been on standby in the Veruda Marina in Pula. A second new base also began operations at the beginning of July 2022 on the island of Rab. Check out the new SeaMagazine for info on both new bases.
In addition to practical water sports info, the new SeaMagazine also contains cruising tips and articles on safety at sea
In our cruise tip we present Montenegro: the area in the south of Croatia has long since developed into a popular destination for yacht owners on the Adriatic. More and more guests are discovering Montenegro for their summer vacation, be it for charter, for discovery cruises with their own yacht, to spend a bathing or relaxing vacation or to explore the Mediterranean cities as well as the picturesque hinterland.
The carefree nature of water sports always includes the issue of safety. And so the new issue of SeaMagazine once again contains practical articles on the subject. Operations manager Marko Orlic explains how to behave correctly in the event of a breakdown on the water. And for a reportage we accompanied SeaHelp employees Vedran and Marin from the headquarters in Punat on a mission – the Gobbi 375 SC of a couple from Gmunden had to be towed from Krk.
Those who want to can pick up their free (print) copy in person at this year’s boot in Düsseldorf
SeaHelp Insurance’s latest product, the so-called machinery breakdown clause for water sports vessels, will also be presented. Who would like to be advised to it – and to the further offers – personally, has in addition on the boot 2023 in Duesseldorf from 21. to 29 January 2023 opportunity. The friendly SeaHelp staff will be giving an overview of SeaHelp’s wide range of services and will have membership applications ready at booth No. F55 in Hall 10 during this time.
Who wants to stay up to date and always be informed especially about the water sports destinations Croatia, Slovenia and Italy, the online media of SeaHelp are additionally recommended; there is much news, for example, in connection with the accession of Croatia to the Schengen area since 1.1.2023.
SeaHelp at boot 2023 in Düsseldorf Jan. 21-29, 2023: Hall 10-F55