You can connect the Espree² 148 to a 6x6m Pagoda using a bespoke gutter. Useful for a service tent (which can be sealed off from view with a zip wall), a buffet area or a dance area.
With 3 virtual bays, the Espree 148 can seat approximately 116 for larger parties or weddings (which can be sealed off from view with a zip wall), a buffet area or a dance area.
Photos above are of the Espree 148, below are of an Espree 102
The Espree can be joined together at the ends or by the sides, great for if you need extra space that's seamlessly connected. Image courtesy of Godney Marquees
With a traditional pole design with subtle curves, the Espree is great for classy weddings to the humble garden party (the crinkles are more obvious on this brand new tent, but subside over time). Image courtesy of Godney Marquees
Even with the internal poles in place, there is still plenty of room to eat and dance. Image courtesy of Godney Marquees
With stringing provided as standard to hold your fairy lights, it's up to your imagination how it can be dressed at night. Image courtesy of Godney Marquees
Why not add a bar? Image courtesy of Godney Marquees
The 8 smaller legs come with a small shoe each to prevent the pole from sinking or slipping. Also included is a 560mm stake to prevent the shoe from slipping inwards
The included feet come with 3x 750x19mm double head irons per foot (not shown here) and make the tent stronger in harsher weather
The corners are over engineered to reinforce stress points
Also available are gutters to connect both sides of the Espree 148 to another Espree 148. We have developed a gutter to connect to the 28x38ft Eureka Capri too
You can essentially shorten the pole to get it into position easier, and then adjust it up to get a great tension. This is particularly useful on uneven ground