In the Pavillions
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.