Like the Breton company, Belem is a living witness of maritime history. Created in 1922 in Paimpol by Armand Le Guen, sailor of the French Navy, Dalmard Marine made waxes and tunics for fishermen from Iceland facing terrible weather conditions in the seas of the far north.
Built in 1896 in Nantes, the Belem is the last French three-masted sailing today. Having become a media icon and emblematic of the maritime heritage, he represents France and its traditions during gatherings of tall ships and at the occasion of events abroad.
The Belem capsule collection is made of authentic marine clothing designed and created in Paimpol: sailor sweater, hat and scarf in real marine wool, sailor and scarf in combed cotton, pure cotton breton shirt.
With a care for the job well done, Dalmard Marine has brought innovations to every detail of the clothing in this collection : high quality Belem embroidery, white buttons marked Belem in real corozo (vegetable ivory from the heart of palm) ...
Attached to the maritime heritage, the family business is particularly proud that part of the sales of this collection contributes to the preservation of the oldest three-masted sailing in the World.