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YACHT ESSENTIALS


E-Touch Navcom


Based in Palma De Mallorca, the heart of the superyacht industry in the Med, E-Touch Navcom are an established part of the E-Touch Systems family, offering Navigation & Bridge works on all sizes of yachts throughout Europe. E-Touch Navcom also designs custom glass helm bridges, communications and AMS systems on new builds and refit projects. The communication systems on board are one of the most critical, yet commonly overlooked systems on board. Whether it’s to watch TV via TVRO or VSAT or crew UHFs and SAART beacons, they all play an important role in the day to day operation of any vessel.


E-Touch specialise in keeping you connected. From a spare handheld VHF for the dinghy, to a multi-station UHF system for crew on a 100M+ vessel, they have the solution. The experienced engineers are specialised in all aspects of marine electronics and communications, providing you with the best possible service. With the team at E-Touch Systems electrical & E-touch Navcom, together they can provide a ‘one-stop-shop’ for all electrical and electronic requirements a vessel may have. For more details Tel: +34 627362256 or visit www.etouchnav.com


Fastmount


With their Stratlock Range now being a common feature behind interiors on some of Europe’s latest builds, Fastmount is launching the next step in perfect panel mounting by going behind the panel – to the substrate. The evolution of the Stratlock Range introduces the Stratlock Rail System, a purpose-built extrusion with unique adjustable connectors that enable easily replicable custom interior construction, whilst reducing labour time. Available from select Fastmount distributors in October. For more details Tel: +33 (0)6 72 80 81 85 or visit www.fastmount.com / www.domarine.fr


Extender


The first folding tenders with rigid keel made of rubber and fibreglass designed to occupy reduced space on board and to offer more space once unloaded to water. They fold up easily in less than 2 minutes thanks to the patented closing system and are totally customisable in colours, finishing, accessories and lengths. They are engineered for every exigency, from the biggest model EXT 645 (4.05 once closed), EXT 610 (3.90 m once folded), EXT 560 and EXT 520 (3.30 folded) and the family EXT 430/460/490 (2.70 m – 3.00 m – 3.30 m folded). EXT 460 is available also in version S with a min. height of 0.85 m at aft and 0.95 m at bow thanks to an innovative engine rotation system. For more details Tel: +39 0375968490 or visit www.tender-extender.com


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