Kalevi Yacht Club, Tallinn
“I can say without any kind of exaggeration: Kalev Yacht Club’s experience with Top Marine has been enjoyable in all respects.”Read more
Friends gave me a small ECO pontoon for my birthday in 2010. We installed it in one day and in the evening we were already enjoying sauna. Until then, we had been walking along the pond bank to go for a swim from our genuine smoke sauna in Haanja, but as the bank got slippery, it wasn’t convenient to get in and out. After receiving a floating pontoon, the smoke sauna is much more enjoyable. With the swimming pontoon, you can easily get into the pond and use the ladder to get out. The pontoon needs very little maintenance. I clean it when needed, but no more than once every couple of years. Of course children enjoy the swimming pontoon the most! Before, the pond was just a puddle in the corner of the garden, but now spending free time has moved to the pond. The swimming pontoon is a great place for spending free time – for sunbathing, swimming, barbequing, watching the stars, and just for hanging out.
When creating the Kakumäe marina, we set the goal to create the best 5-star maritime centre in the Gulf of Finland and in the Baltic States. To realise the idea, we chose the most uncompromising idea generator, Top Marine, as our partner.
We can proudly tell our customers that the Haven Kakumäe marina has been planned, designed and manufactured in Estonia.
We are very pleased with our cooperation so far. Thank you Top Marine!
I can say without any kind of exaggeration: Kalev Yacht Club’s experience with Top Marine has been enjoyable in all respects.
The cooperation has been very smooth in terms of quoting, design, preparation, installation, and after-sales service stages. When it comes to suggesting engineering solutions, they are professionals who also listen and take our thoughts into account.
What is also noteworthy is the expertise and problem solving skills of Top Marine employees even in situations where there is a lot of stress due to time pressure, unexpected problems or the ongoing introduction of technical changes to the project.