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Marine-Partner-Network GmbH & Co. KG

Polsumer Str. 91, 45896 Gelsenkirchen
Telephone +49 2365 2003902
Fax +49 2365 9242601

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boot 2022 hall map (Hall 5): stand E02

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boot 2022 fairground map: Hall 5

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Boats and Yachts
  • 01.02  Motorboats & -Yachts
  • 01.02.07  Racing Boats/Off-Shore-Boats

Our products

Product category: Racing Boats/Off-Shore-Boats


Cigarette® brand powerboats are not ordinary boats. A Cigarette® boat is designed by artisans, craftsman and engineers, working hand-in-hand. The current Cigarette® lineup not only shows dramatic technical advancements, but also addresses the diverse customer needs that are not served by mass production boat builders. Other companies make “go-fast boats,” but only Cigarette Racing Team can create a Cigarette®. Our engineers and craftsman have studied the interaction between human and machine, and the emotions generated. Technology is appreciated best when it relates to real physiological or emotional needs, like wonder and adventure. There’s only one Cigarette® on the water. Own a legend.

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Product category: Racing Boats/Off-Shore-Boats


LG Srl was founded in 2002 and builds on the experiences born from years of work in leading companies in the sector and on the study of extreme technologies in sports competitions. Then Luca Ferrari, Giancarlo Galeone and Gilberto Grassi decided to pool their own experiences to create something innovative. Thus, Anvera was born, from love for the sea and lots of knowledge.

For us Made in Italy is not just a label, but a real method, the Italian know-how that emerges in every detail: in our boats’ lines, in shaping the materials and in the desire to go a bit further every day. For this reason, the entire production process is internal to our company: from the design to the choice of fabrics, up to the carbon fiber manufacture process.

Experience is necessary to take advantage of all the features of carbon fiber, especially if it is a strategic component of design and production. Since the establishment of our first racing catamaran in 1991 we have come a long way, investing in moulding equipment and in training of our teams: we do manufacture our own carbon fiber ourselves.
The innovative design comes from original ideas and a desire to give you an experience. Aldo Drudi is an accomplished designer in the motor sports sector and with us he has approached the world of boating industry for the first time. This is why what he has created is completely outside the box with an attention to detail that has become our true trademark.

Every designer worth their salt must have another key objective: do not waste energy. The lightness of our boats, thanks to the use of carbon fiber, help us in this: even with small engines we can reach excellent weight/power ratios, reducing consumption and CO2 emissions. In short, sustainable speed. You can enjoy your trip with the knowledge that you will be impacting less on the environment.

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Product category: Racing Boats/Off-Shore-Boats


Mercury Racing builds the best marine & automotive propulsion systems, accessories, and parts on the market. Learn the value of raw performance and power. MPN can supply the full range of MERCURY RACING and MERCURY Standard engines at fair prices.

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About us

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In 1996 I was the only German participant at the Wellcraft Offshore Boot Camp in Captiva Island, Florida. The course title was not meant in the sense of boats, but alluded to the military significance. But things were not rough there. This was a very exclusive event, which I became aware of through an announcement in BOOTE magazine. I treated myself to the driving training for my thirtieth birthday, the five days costing $5,000. Afterwards I went to Las Vegas, to the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, and in between I spent four days in Jamaica. When I got home, I had a 911 Turbo in the garage. I should never have sold it, they are worth a fortune now. But anyway, I was never a collector and would never buy the same car twice. Life is too short for that, I always prefer something new. So also with the Bootcamp from Wellcraft. Up to that point, I had driven smaller boats on inland waterways.

I started boating in Holland in 1976 at the age of ten. It was a paradise for children, because the authorities were not so strict about the driving license. Besides, my father’s Glastron Carlson could do 50 knots and was much faster than the water police. The racing school sparked my passion for really fast boats. There were six courses a year with 24 participants divided into groups of four on six Scarab 31s. They had Mercury 420 horsepower twice, I remember that quite clearly. The area off Captiva Island was a dream: smooth water on one side and waves on the Gulf. That’s where I learned to race and how to control my boat safely even in big waves. But there were also two hours of theory per day. We learned simple things like how to actively press ourselves into the seat with our legs so that we don’t get catapulted out. There was no Manta position like in the car. Our instructors were all world champions, real legends in the USA like Bill Sirois, who raced with Chuck Norris and Don Johnson.
Two years later I bought my first offshore boat with 1200 hp, and ten years after the offshore course I started selling cigarette racing. Until 2012, I was still managing a meat factory on the side. In 2017, Mangusta in Düsseldorf became aware of me through my Cigarette presence in Hall 6 and approached me. Privately, I currently drive a Cigarette 39. If I had the choice between superyacht and Cigarette, I would always drive the Cigarette. You can also live in a hotel. I am also not a sailing type. Someday, when I retire, it could be a kind of deceleration for me. But as long as I still have a date on the calendar, I want to know when I’m arriving.