In the Pav­il­lions

trade a boat - - FEATURE | SCIBS PREVIEW -

As reg­u­lar vis­i­tors well know, SCIBS is about much more than just boats and guests can ex­pect to once again be treated to a huge range of as­so­ci­ated marine prod­ucts. This will in­clude the re­turn of elec­tron­ics be­he­moths Nav­ico, Ray­ma­rine, Garmin and Fu­runo to the Main Pavil­ion along with stal­warts Seabreeze In­dus­tries/dometic and Stella Sys­tems, while top qual­ity marine cloth­ing man­u­fac­turer Musto and marine life­style prod­uct spe­cial­ist Ul­tra Marine will show­case the lat­est marine ac­ces­sories and ac­cou­trements from Europe.

From Fu­sion, ex­pect a huge range of marine en­ter­tain­ment sys­tems, in­clud­ing the launch of the much-an­tic­i­pated Apollo 670, the world’s first touch­screen marine stereo, plus the Apollo RA770 and the com­pact Apollo SRX400.

Fu­sion mar­ket­ing man­ager Marcus Hamilton said: “SCIBS has al­ways been an im­por­tant show for Fu­sion due to sea­son­al­ity, lo­ca­tion and vis­i­tors. We have cho­sen to launch many prod­ucts at this show over the years and 2019 is no dif­fer­ent.”

Pre­mium marine ac­ces­sory spe­cial­ist, Gine­ico will have a host of in­no­va­tive, Ital­ian-made yacht­ing ac­ces­sories, deck-hard­ware and fur­ni­ture on dis­play at this years’ show.

Ex­hibit­ing in its usual po­si­tion ad­ja­cent to the marina, Gine­ico will present an im­pres­sive ar­ray of boat­ing and life­style ac­ces­sories, in­clud­ing stain­less steel swim lad­ders, Be­sen­zoni helm chairs with in­te­grated boat con­trols, the lat­est Idro­mar fully au­to­matic 316 stain­less wa­ter mak­ers, LED back­lit boat names and su­pery­achtqual­ity fold­ing deck chairs and fold­ing cockpit ta­bles. Tak­ing pride of place among the Gine­ico line-up is the Quick MC2 X-se­ries anti-roll gyro sta­biliser, a revo­lu­tion in the gyro con­cept, which since its launch at SCIBS last year has at­tracted a firm fol­low­ing among recre­ational boat­ies and com­mer­cial op­er­a­tors.

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