POLO+10 produces the tournament magazine for the Pinctada Cable Beach Polo 2015 in Australia.

On 30th and 31st May 2015, the beach of Broome will be transformed into a beach polo arena as the venue of the Pinctada Cable Beach Polo once again. Every year the two-day polo spectacle attracts spectators from all over the world with thrilling polo, lifestyle & fashion, a dinner under the stars and a fantastic location.

Once Broome was known as the “pearl capital of the southern hemisphere”, today the city on the Indian Ocean is especially a popular tourist destination. Without doubt, the Pinctada Cable Beach Polo organised by Marilynne Paspaley, owner of Pinctada Hotels & Resorts, is one of the highlights of the event calendar.

In 2010 the chukkas on sand were held for the first time at Cable Beach, back then as two-team exhibition match. One year later the event became a two-day tournament for four teams. In 2015 Pinctada Cable Beach Polo celebrates its fifth anniversary. Two low-goal teams will be competing for the Airnorth Kimberley Challenge and four 10-goal teams will be fighting for the Paspaley International Beach Polo Cup.

For the first time POLO+10 brings out the tournament magazine for this top-class event. POLO+10 is delighted about this exciting assignment and great collaboration.

Event organiser Marilynne Paspaley: “Cable Beach Polo has gained an excellent reputation in Australia and I see our association with POLO+10 as the next step to raise the profile of this extraordinary event internationally. We look forward to attracting more international visitors to Broome for this event over the coming years, as Broome is such an extraordinary destination in itself and combined with the beach polo, would be a truly memorable experience.”

Stefanie Stüting, chief editor of POLO+10: “We are very proud to produce the 2015 tournament magazine for Marilynne Paspaley and the polo tournament on Cable Beach, Australia. For POLO+10 it’s a great honor to incorporate international clients who trust us with the task of communicating their polo events.”