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NKE and the Class40 together for a three-year partnership!


The Class40 Association is pleased to announce officially the signature of a three-year contract with the company specialized in Marine Electronics device « NKE Marine Electronics »!

From now on, the Class40 members will benefit from free assistance at the starts of main races for technical advices and expertise to solve possible problems. The contract also includes free training in NKE’s office.

Furthermore, the Class40 Association will be present, through its logo, on all communications tools of NKE Company.

In 2013, in accordance with this partnership, representants of NKE Company will be present for one day during the week before the start of the three Class40 mains races: Normandy Channel Race (Caen), Les Sables-Horta-Les Sables (Les Sables d’Olonne) and the Transat Jacques Vabre (Le Havre).

The dates and hours of training and technical assistance will be provided in advance by the Class40 Association.

About NKE Marine Electronics:

In the 1980's the available pleasure sailing instruments were analogic, every sensor using a pointer-display. Noël Kerebel, a sailing professional at that time, used his knowledge of electronics to imagine and design a microprocessor system. This microprocessor controls and displays wind, speed, depth and course. This first pleasure sailing electronical system was born in 1984. In 1986 he creates nke and thus begins 25 years of passion and innovation. In 1992 the Topline range is born, and in 1995 the Gyropilot. Since then nke has been designing and developing so as to improve the systems performance with only one target: innovations reliability.

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