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Ask the experts Advice and knowledge from the leading experts in their fields


GREGG KELLY Founder/Head of Innovation Fastmount


WHAT ARE THE LATEST INNOVATIONS IN PANEL MOUNTING FOR THE INTERIORS OF YACHTS?


MATTHEW HUMPHREYS Director of Sales Europe Intellian


CAN ANTENNAS WORK WITH VARIOUS SATELLITE SERVICE PROVIDERS, NOW AND IN THE FUTURE?


RONALD SPITHOUT President


Inmarsat Maritime


HOW WILL FUTURE NETWORKS MEET THE INCREASING CONNECTIVITY DEMAND ONBOARD?


RICHARD BOOTH


Senior Project Manager Superyacht Nautique


HOW DO WE CHOOSE A WATERSPORTS TENDER THAT’S FUNCTIONAL AS WELL AS PERFORMING?


We’ve been working on the next evolution of panel mounting in boats by looking at the whole picture – from the substrate to the panel, rather than just the panel itself. As production builders look to streamline interior construction processes and move away from exclusively using timber or plywood frameworks and substrates, the use of aluminium has become more commonplace. We’ve created an aluminium framework with connectors where the framework can be accurately designed in CAD, prebuilt completely off the boat and duplicated multiple times before installing into the line of identical boats. The system enables construction of a precise ceiling/wall junction using adjustable connectors. The idea is that builders can create any sort of angled junction, and when used in conjunction with our Stratlock clip system, the builder gains unsurpassed flexibility in frame construction and panel mounting.


Yes, the Intellian NX Series antennas are easy to convert between Ku- and Ka-band and are ready for upcoming wideband services and support multi-orbit operation out of the box. While most antennas currently connect to geostationary (GEO) satellites, we expect a proliferation of medium (MEO) and low earth orbit (LEO) services in the near future, with OneWeb and SES already setting timetables for launch. NX Series antennas have been designed to be future-proof and can take advantage of these services as soon as they come online. Intellian has got great partnerships with most of the world’s operators, making this possible. Customers wishing to use multiple networks could consider deploying our IM8 Intelligent mediator. Compatible with our v240M 2, v240MT 2 and NX-Series antennas, and other brand’s antennas using OpenAMIP, enabling multi-band, multi-orbit operations with multiple service providers.


Digitalisation at sea will continue driving usage in all maritime sectors, especially in the yachting sector where high-end charterers are demanding near home user experiences when on their yacht. Inmarsat’s long term answer is to combine the distinct qualities of varied technologies to deliver a service to our customers that is far greater than the sum of its parts. Our investment is focused on a unique concept offered by no one else, bringing together existing geosynchronous (GEO) satellites with low earth orbit satellites (LEO) and terrestrial 5G to create a high-performance and unified connectivity service. When using this dynamic mesh network, named ORCHESTRA, owners, captains, crew and guests can be confident they will have access to the best technology, with seamless integration to deliver the fastest and most reliable service, wherever and whenever it is needed.


At Superyacht Nautique we start by using the latest CAD models to see how each boat will fit into the yacht’s garage and we check crane capacity to ensure a safe operation. Guiding the clients through the range and recommending the most suitable boat for their preferred sport is what we do best. We base this on owner and crew preferences as well as the yacht’s itinerary in order to select the perfect boat. At Superyacht Nautique we also specialise in customising each boat by way of lifting points, paint work and removable windscreens to match each individual yacht. My top choice and brand new for 2022, is the Super Air Nautique S23. An ultra-modern take on the traditional bow Nautique, the S23 offers an


aggressive new hull design that delivers unrelenting performance unlike anything else in its class.


ONBOARD | AUTUMN 2021 | 227


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