New Website for Club Mareva

Club Mareva has a new website. The Croatian cigar club and lounge was founded by Marko Bilic in Split in 2014 and although they’re two separate entities, it’s safe to say it has become world famous because of Bilic’s other endeavor, the Cigar Smoking World Championship, CSWC. Now it has a website to match the style of the club.

“It’s a very important step for us, because it really represents the image of Club Mareva,” Bilic says. “The design is in the style and philosophy of Club Mareva, and it shows the magnitude of the impact our cigar club has on the cigar community on a global level.”

The website was launched in the beginning of April and it has seven different sections to which you can both click in the menu or scroll. In the lounges section you can find information about the four different Club Mareva lounges. Mareva Collection Line displays different merchandise, like smoking jackets, cigars, Cigar Journal contributor Nick Hammond’s book “Around the World in 80 Cigars” and even a cigar knife created in cooperation with French company Les Fines Flames. They’re all available for purchase via email. There’s also a section called Mareva Experience, with information about different lifestyle events, cigar tastings, Mareva weekends and of course, the CSWC, and if you’re interested in art there’s a gallery of photos and paintings. Last but not least there’s a members’ zone.

All in all, it’s a very stylish website. As Bilic says, it’s captured the atmosphere of Club Mareva. It’s informative, with nice photos and graphics and it’s easy to understand and maneuver.

Since graduating with an engineering degree in surveying in 2005, Simon Lundh has preferred to follow a profession in journalism. He stumbled upon the cigar world while working for a non-governmental organization in Estelí, Nicaragua, and is now mainly making a living writing about cigars, metal music, tattoos, and travel.


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