B&G and Simrad Yachting Awarded Contract with Sailing Boat and Motorboat Manufacturer Maxi Dolphin
18 December 2009
B&G and Simrad Yachting, leaders in the design and manufacture of world-class marine electronics, have been awarded a contract to supply Italian boat builder Maxi Dolphin with high performance instrument and autopilot systems.
Maxi Dolphin has a proud history in producing quality sailing boats, using only the finest materials and advanced technology. Maxi Dolphin will install the B&G H3000 system in to their range of sailing boats ranging between 33 and 118 feet. The new Simrad NSE will be installed onboard their new elegant motorboat.
The B&G H3000 is the first instrument and autopilot system to utilise bonded display technology with index-matched materials for maximum high resolution display clarity. Constructed using the highest quality materials, the H3000 is the most durable and reliable system on the market.
Luca Botter, Sales Manager of Maxi Dolphin, said: “B&G and Simrad products have an excellent reputation and are used by the best sailors in the world. The H3000 system will give our customers the confidence to go sailing with the utmost confidence in their navigational and autopilot equipment. B&G and Simrad’s impressive technology is complimented by superb customer service – we are delighted with the whole package.”
Edoardo Padiglione, Navico Italy OEM manager said: “We are delighted that Maxi Dolphin has chosen B&G and Simrad as preferred suppliers of electronics on their range of boats.
“Being associated with prestigious boatbuilders like Maxi Dolphin is a great endorsement of the innovation and service delivered by B&G and Simrad. “The race-proven technology provided by the B&G H3000 system and exciting new Simrad NSE navigation system offer compelling solutions for cruising and racing sailors that demand the best from their boats and their equipment.”
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