Glass Bridge Navigation for 1 x Flybridge and 3 x Pilothouse locations. Inputs include Radar, Sonar, 2 x NavNet PCs, Comms PC and Mast Camera.
Entertainment control for: Saloon, Owner’s Cabin, Aft Deck, Dining, Flybridge, Pilothouse, 4 x Guest Cabins, Crew, Captain’s Cabin, Crew Mess and Galley.
The system allows users easy access to multiple AV Sources such as DVD/CD, Satellite and Digital TV, iPod Interface, Auxiliary Input and Radio. All Pilothouse navigation displays can be viewed on cabin TVs along with the mast camera, which can be controlled from all of the cabins with the exception of the crew bunks.
3 x Crestron 2-way RF colour touch panels for control of the Saloon (including Dining and Aft Deck), Owner’s and Flybridge areas.
6 x Crestron 2-way WiFi colour touch panels for control of the Captain’s, Crew Mess and Guest Cabins.
1 x Crestron TPS-4L fixed touch panel in the Bridge undersole for monitoring equipment rack temperatures and selecting the correct satellite decoders for the various regions of the world.
The Crestron system controls all switching of the navigation sources via a VGA matrix switcher and a USB switcher for trackballs, mouse and keyboards.
Marantz Home Theatre systems combined with SpeakerCraft in-ceiling speakers and Velodyne subs are used in the Owner and Saloon areas. Remaining areas have the selection of local and distributed audio via Crestron amps and SpeakerCraft in-ceiling speakers throughout the yacht.
A variety of 26 – 46″ LCD TVs.
The Saloon and Aft Deck TVs lift out of cabinetry.
- The Crestron system also monitors and records the equipment rack temperatures and will shut down any area that goes over a pre-defined temperature.
- The Crestron system will email Liquid Automation’s Engineers, notifying of such events as well as any faults from the Crestron amps.
- Crestron program changes can be downloaded to the boat anywhere in the world with access via its onboard computer.