Boating Industry

November 2016

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Page 46 of 51 November 2016 | Boating Industry | 47 Products & Services WALKER BAY GENERATION 525 RIB Walker Bay Boats has launched a new 17-foot RIB, the Generation 525. Walker Bay incorporates a polyurethane composite micro stringer system in the fl oor, designed to make it lighter and stronger. The Generation 525 also joins the hull and deck using a unidirectional glass and polyurethane grid bonding system that eliminates the air cavity. The RIB also features a fl ip-up drivers seat, hydraulic tilt steering system, four stainless steel pop-up cleats, fi ve stainless steel cup holders, an insulated cooler, teak steps and handrails, solid stainless steel retract- able ski post and 10-gallon fresh water shower on the transom. RAYMARINE EVOLUTION RELEASE 4 FLIR Systems, Inc. has released Evolution Release 4 (R4), an update to its Raymarine Evolution Autopilots, engineered for both sailing and power boat applications. At the cen- ter of every Evolution autopilot system is the 9-axis EV sensor core, which intelligently monitors vessel motion in all three dimensions, adapts to changing sea conditions, and eliminates the need for complicated setup and calibra- tion. Evolution's enhanced awareness of wind angle and wind speed allows the autopilot to deliver crisp and responsive steer-to-wind control. Evolution R4 also includes user interface enhancements and improved automatic calibration for easier commissioning and operation while underway. SANIFLO SANIMARIN TOILETS The line of Sanimarin toilets from SFA Sanifl o Inc. are designed to combine comfort, effi ciency and reliability while eliminating the excessive noise associated with vacuum-oper- ated or hand-pump units. Available in three models that feature a push-button control panel or, depending on the voltage and model, a single push button, with no hand-pumping required. Installation can be adapted to suit any plumbing confi guration and all types of boats. Sanimarin models operate with either an on-board, pressurized, freshwater system; or with a raw- water system that requires a separate seawater pump. HP EXTREME The HP Extreme from HydroHoist Marine Group is a fully roller- supported PWC docking platform, utilizing 5- x 2-inch rollers. Roller width and placement is adjustable to accommodate dif- ferent crafts. The platform is made from expanded polystyrene (EPS) marine foam for increased strength and leak elimination and has fl at, anti-skid walking surfaces and an exclusive "air- pillow" bow stop. Additional product enhancements include stainless steel roller axles for increased strength and compat- ibility with fresh, brackish and saltwater. DISTINCT 32-INCH DISPLAY Distinct's new fl agship model in its line of digital displays is a 32-inch interactive stand-alone display the size of nearly 10 tablets. In addition to the new 32-inch display, Distinct's lineup is made up of 19- and 27-inch freestanding models, and 46-, 55- and 70-inch wall-mounted displays. New software features make the displays fully turnkey and now feature dealers' complete inventories. Distinct's displays also now enable customers to customize their ideal build and print their dreamboat.

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