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VBH introduces Ming steward call system

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VBH introduces the Ming steward call system for megayachts. The German-made Ming is easy to use and requires no technical knowledge. The compact cylinder has a single, large button on the top for the user to chose a short or long press for a pre-agreed designation which is received by crew.


The Ming button measures 56 x 58mm, is portable and the buttons can be customized in any metal or wrap. The Ming complements VBH’s steward call system which can be used via an iPad with Wi-Fi.


“The Ming is simple, elegant and easy to install,” Susanne Mensink, commercial director at VBH, said. “It’s perfect for those who want to make a style statement and for use on tables in saloons and dining areas. It also sits well alongside the VBH steward call system that provides greater versatility and mobility to those with more varied and complex needs.”


VBH will be demonstrating the Ming steward call system at the 2014 Monaco Yacht Show. To find out more contact VBH at karinz@bergehenegouwen.com or call +31 71 33 111 40.


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