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Southern Spars exhibiting at METS2012

by Sail-World on 11 Nov 2012
Southern Spars have built the wingsails for America’s Cup Challengers Emirates Team NZ and Luna Rossa © Richard Gladwell www.photosport.co.nz

Southern Spars will be exhibiting on stand 01.108 at METS and its incorporated SuperYacht Pavilion 2012.

METS is the world's largest exhibition of equipment, materials and systems for the international marine leisure industry. This year the show celebrates its 25th anniversary!

METS/SYP 2012 will be held on 13-14-15 November in the Amsterdam RAI Convention Centre in the Netherlands.

The Southern Spars team is set to bring their passion, design, technology and performance to METS 2012. Southern Spars' sales and marketing team will be on-hand for any inquiries about Southern Spars products and services; from the new and now proven-in-competition TPT technology to EC6 composite rigging.
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