Leisure and sailing garment, inspired on
rich past and the pride of Holland
Papendrecht, August 16th 2007 - Rugged, no-comprise, straightforward. Not just a lifestyle accessory. It is the style of RBW 1910, the brand for demanding yachtsmen. Yachtsmen who want added protection against buffeting winds and the blazing sun. Yachtsmen who expect added functionality from their sailing jackets. And also, yachtsmen on the lookout for that extra touch of fashion.
Besides professional sailing garment, RBW 1910 offers a collection of leisure garment and nice accessories like sports bags, sneakers, flip-flops and I-pod holders. Innovative and refreshing.
The RBW 1910 range of clothing breathes a rich past. RBW 1910 follows the tradition of Boskalis, or to be precise, Royal Boskalis Westminster, hence RBW. Boskalis is one of the world's leaders in maritime operations. Wherever land meets sea, Boskalis is a household name. Dutch seafaring tradition at its best. RBW 1910 gets its inspiration from the world of Boskalis. A world that is still as real as it gets.
Boskalis and watersport
Since the year of 2007, Boskalis sponsors Team Boskalis, two ambitious catamaran sailors who won last year's Dutch Championship Hobie 16 with spinnaker, aim at participation in the Tornado class at the Olympics of 2012. www.teamboskalis.com
Royal Boskalis Westminster nv is an international group with a leading position in the world market for dredging services. Its core activities are the construction and maintenance of ports and waterways, land reclamation, coastal defense and riverbank protection. Including its share in partnerships, Boskalis has approximately 8,000 employees. www.boskalis.com
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