Ship's bell
Navy bells for use aboard ship and small craft

The real ship's bell (bell for use aboard ship) is made of genuine bronze. The COLREGS (International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea) provides that any vessel must have on board one bell for vessels of over 20 meters in length.

We provided bells for frigates "Chevalier Paul" in 2008 and "Aquitaine" and "Dixmude" in 2011.
(Photo cons: bell aboard the Frigate Dixmude).

Other boat owners have ordered us a bell as "The Dragonfly" on Lake Annecy.
Others ship's bell
Ship's bell is a strong symbol related to the maritime world.

Traditionally used to ring a quarter and warn other ships in foggy weather, it is currently subject to an original gift for sailors and former sailors (see testimonials).

The Monaco's Yacht Club de Monaco has commanded us more available to be offered as trophies.

The characteristic of these bells is the shape of the handle - top of the bell - which has a trapezoidal shape - a hole, typical of bells placed on ships of all kinds. This original loop is in the casting mass (together with the chamber).


Bell Marine Type
Traditionally used to ring a quarter and warn other ships in foggy weather, the Navy bell is a powerful symbol.

Discreet, his horse-shaped gooseneck highlights of the bell by its simplicity.

The door is equipped with a cord (only "chord" of that name on a boat) spliced ​​to ring the bell, called "stationary".