May 10, 2011
For some discerning yachtsmen and women, when they leave the port, they want to leave the world behind as well, with just themselves, the waves and their beautiful yacht for company.
Whilst for others, being in contact with the outside world whilst they roam the lonely ocean is favourable.
If you are of the latter inclination, your ears may prick when you hear the name Lantic Systems, developer and manufacturer of integrated entertainment systems for superyachts, to meet all the entertainment and multi-media demands of the modern yachtsman.
For those wanting to take an on-board entertainment system even further by integrating it with a simpler method of navigating a yacht, you will be interested to hear about Suite 2011, new navigation software that incorporates a highly innovative new graphical user interface.
Created by Lantic Entertainment Systems, the Suite 2011 system provides superyacht owners with intuitive, easy to use on-screen menus and a highly innovative graphic design, which, the company claim, makes navigating a whole lot easier.
Content can be accessed by central media servers on board the yacht, as well as via local points, including iPod docks, Blu-ray players and satellite TV.
In just a touch of a button on the control panel, users will have instant access to the internet, will have complete control of local government systems and experience real-time navigation feeds.
To guarantee its on-going compatibility with new entertainment standards, all Lantic navigation systems, including the Suite 2011, can be easily upgraded, as its software is based on a core program supporting plug-ins.