The floating stage is an original concept which offers a unique and totally unusual show, inside a swimming pool or in a natural environment, on all water bodies.
The floating stage is an unusual and custom made space. It benefits from the expertise of Bureau Veritas and complies with all current standards.
Capacity : from 30 to 300 people.
Surface : from 40 to 1 000 m².
ONE is the abbreviation of Organization Nautical Events with three main objectives : event engineering, project ownership assistance, authorization process.
We design and organize nautical events for communities and companies. We offer nautical leisure for everybody.
We develop the concept of Urban Nautical Leisure accessible to urban public.
The Floating Structures became Floating Establishments since 1st January 2008. They all have a Title of Navigation according to the regulation.
BUREAU VERITAS approval
We design and install floating structures on water : rivers, canals, lakes and also in swimming pools and closed areas.
If you want a floating structure, you have many choices of forms because they are flexible and adaptable at will to suit your needs.
We also propose specific moorings, rental pontoons for the reception of passengers vessels, 50 m and 200 T max.
ONE puts in place urban nautical parks which can include customized boating centers, floating pontoons, footbridges, water activities.
The Urban Nautical Park allows the practice of a large variety of nautical activities during summer period. This concept allows to put in place ephemeral boating centers in a closed and safe area.
Our floating stages and structures can host shows on water such as concert, choral group...
Our floating structures are approved with the Certificate of Floating Establishment.
Communities are used to relying on ONE for the implementation of short-term nautical entertainments such as water festivals, from 1 to 2 days, and accessible to all. Our flexible cubes allow us to propose you various structures and services such as : floating pontoons, floating stages, nautical stopping places...