BulDock was present at the 31st Wind and Water Boat Show in Warsaw

The 31st Wind and Water Boat Show took place between 28th Feb and 3rd Mar 2019 in EXPO XXI in Warsaw, Poland. It is the biggest fair for Poland’s fast-growing boating industry as it hosted more than 450 exhibitors and attracted more than 30,000 visitors. The show is becoming one of the main events on the European market and it is a member of the prestigious Federation of Boat Show Organizers (IFBSO).

The Wind and Water Boat Show attracts fans of sailing, motor yachting, canoeing, windsurfing, etc.

The show was visited by many stars of water sports, which included Olympic athletes, regatta riders, travelers and explorer. The fair was organized by YACHT EXPO and Murator EXPO, in partnership with the monthly Zagle, which celebrated its 60th anniversary this year. The strategic partner of the Fair is the city of Gdynia – the Sailing Capital of Poland.

Visitors had the chance to see some of the most elegant yachts as well as a few of the quickest speedboats on the market. A significant part of the show was dedicated to current gear for water sports, which is where BulDock was represented. Its Jet Slider 400 modular floating system was exhibited by BulDock’s partner and distributor for Poland, the Taurus Sea Power Company.

The BulDock floating Jet Slide system is a unique dry dock system. It is made of efficient new-generation HDPE (high density polyethylene). The Jet Slider possesses the same great advantages as the dock system. The Jet Slider is lightweight, but thanks to its technology, it is resistant to impact, chemical products, UV rays and severe weather conditions.

Its exceptional design prevents any disproportionate strain on the hull by distributing the watercraft’s weight very evenly. The Jet Slider is assembled without any moving parts, which might be damaged or which require maintenance. Designed to simplify your needs, BulDock makes it possible for you to walk around your pleasure craft making boarding, servicing and doing maintenance on your watercraft much easier.

The 31st Wind and Water Boat Show took place between 28th Feb and 3rd Mar 2019 in EXPO XXI in Warsaw, Poland. It is the biggest fair for Poland’s fast-growing boating industry as it hosted more than 450 exhibitors and attracted more than 30,000 visitors. The show is becoming one of the main events on the European market and it is a member of the prestigious Federation of Boat Show Organizers (IFBSO).

The Wind and Water Boat Show attracts fans of sailing, motor yachting, canoeing, windsurfing, etc. The show was visited by many stars of water sports, which included Olympic athletes, regatta riders, travelers and explorer. The fair was organized by YACHT EXPO and Murator EXPO, in partnership with the monthly Zagle, which celebrated its 60th anniversary this year. The strategic partner of the Fair is the city of Gdynia – the Sailing Capital of Poland.

Visitors had the chance to see some of the most elegant yachts as well as a few of the quickest speedboats on the market. A significant part of the show was dedicated to current gear for water sports, which is where BulDock was represented. Its Jet Slider 400 modular floating system was exhibited by BulDock’s partner and distributor for Poland, the Taurus Sea Power Company.

The BulDock floating Jet Slide system is a unique dry dock system. It is made of efficient new-generation HDPE (high density polyethylene). The Jet Slider possesses the same great advantages as the dock system. The Jet Slider is lightweight, but thanks to its technology, it is resistant to impact, chemical products, UV rays and severe weather conditions.

Its exceptional design prevents any disproportionate strain on the hull by distributing the watercraft’s weight very evenly. The Jet Slider is assembled without any moving parts, which might be damaged or which require maintenance. Designed to simplify your needs, BulDock makes it possible for you to walk around your pleasure craft making boarding, servicing and doing maintenance on your watercraft much easier.

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