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Lantic opens showroom


Lantic Entertainment Systems, a supplier of integrated AV/IT systems for superyachts, has opened its first public demonstration suite, located at Alblasserdam just southeast of Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

The suite is hosted by electronics maker Admarel BV and allows visitors to experience Lantic’s systems, including movies and music on demand, satellite TV, the internet, CCTV and more using Lantic’s remote control or the RC20 app on an iPad or iPhone. The suite also shows Lantic’s cabin control for the dimming of lights, and AC and blind control.

Representatives of shipyards, owners, advisers and others involved in the superyacht industry can make an appointment via or +45 7030 0071.

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