Aboard the SeaHelp stand, visitors can not only relax from the stress of the trade show, but also win: A valuable Varaneo eBike, a Dinky S, is waiting for its new owner at the SeaHelp bay puzzle. With a little luck, further prizes, including from Garmin, will be awarded to those visitors who prove to be true connoisseurs of Croatia. And because the puzzle was already carried out for the first time at the boot Düsseldorf, the exciting question naturally arises: Who knows Croatia better? The Germans or the Austrians?
SeaHelp will ultimately solve this mystery as well. But before the start of the trade fair, it can be assumed that the “disgrace of Cordoba” for the Germans will not be repeated on another level this year. But no matter how it turns out, whether it’s Austria against Germany or Tulln against Düsseldorf, the trade fair visitors will always win.
At the SeaHelp stand, they will also have the opportunity to find out about low-cost SeaHelp Insurance premiums, learn about the latest news from the marinas in the Adriatic region or simply chat a little for an exchange of experiences. If you are not yet a member, you can of course purchase a SeaHelp membership here.
However, it should be interesting for most visitors that the Olive Island Marina will be present again at the SeaHelp booth in Tulln to point out the advantages of the “Most Beautiful Little Marina of Croatia” in a pleasant atmosphere. This prize has been won several times by the flagship marina on the island of Ugljan off Zadar and seems to be subscribed to in the future.