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PACK YOUR BOAT, PACK YOUR BAGS, SUMMER IS AROUND THE CORNER!
With summer around the corner it's time to pack your boat and your bags! At Magic Marine we have a wide range of travel bags and boat covers to protect your boat and your gear. We have bags for every occasion, wether you need to change your wetsuit, are leaving for a weekend on the water or pack a large amount of gear for a training camp.
In our range of bags and covers we have boat covers and bags to pack your Laser or Optimist mast. We have an Optimist foil bag for daggerboards, rudder, tiller and extra parts. For the Splash, Laser and Europe we have a multi functional foil bag with pockets for sail, joystick, rudder and daggerboard.
RIB STORAGE BAG
Our rib storage bag is developed to fit on the side tube of the rib for maximum storage for long days coaching. It features a large main bag section to store spare sails, foils and parts with a secure ball and eye closure system. It also has small pockets on the front of the bag are included for essential, easy to access items, like tools, food and drink etc. Read more online.
FOR LIGHT TRAVELERS
Our small sailing kit bag with removable backpack straps is developed to offer the best storage solution in a small size. The bag contains a separate compartment at one end with additional internal pockets to store essential items. The main compartment features an integrated waterproof compartment to separate wet and dry kit. Through the clever layout of the bag, there is a place for everything to be stored that you will need for a weekend of sailing. Anti corrosion zips and a reinforced base to the bag ensure the durability of this bag.
When you need to fly out for the weekend you could also use your waterproof sportsbag. It's an ultra light, fully waterproof sports bag with internal taping and a roll up closing system made with a durable 75D nylon rip stop fabric. The ultimate Go To bag for all trips as it is easily packed and fits in a small spaces. When you're a light traveler you might also have enough space in the waterproof backpack. It's a lightweight, durable, waterproof backpack with roll top hook and loop closure system. The bag is sealed with electro welded sealed seams and includes bottom and top extra pockets with water repellent zippers to keep your valuables dry.
LARGER SAILING BAGS
The larger sailing bag (95L) fits all your kit, it features a large center compartment, pockets at each end and a large side pocket. The bag also includes a separate compartment at one end that extends into the main bag to separate your wet and dry kit. Through the clever layout of the bag, there is a place for everything to be stored that you will need for a weekend of sailing. Anti corrosion zips and a reinforced base to the bag ensure the durability of this bag.
When you rather travel with wheels we have a wheeled gear bag (125L) with large center compartment including a separate section for wet kit that uses an easy hook and loop opening, with additional buckle closure. There's also an end pocket at the top for easy to reach items, which can be accessed when bag is stood up or lying down. The bag features a hidden pocket at the front to put additional items in and the size of the bag can be adjusted through 2 integrated straps with buckles, leaving a neat finish.
The other wheeled travel bag you find in our collection is the travelbag pro has a two main compartments split in the middle, ideal for separating sailing kit from clothing for better organization on long trips. Contains 2 large front pockets, ideal for essential easy to reach items when on your travels. W
Our wetsuit bag provides you a changing mat used when gearing up or undressing after sailing to keep your feet clean from the sand or pavement. After changing you can use this 'bag' by pulling strings to take wet gear home in order to keep it apart from dry gear and the clean car.
Photo Credits: Sailing Energy