After several years of evaluating alternative AV manufacturers, leading US superyacht builder Palmer Johnson has selected Lantic Entertainment Systems for the second time in three months, marking a powerful vote of confidence from one of the world’s leading superyacht yards.
Palmer Johnson announced, “The 52-metre yacht will have 18 independent entertainment zones, each built around a Lantic Modular Entertainment Centre that acts as the control interface for the local hardware (screens, speakers, Blu-ray players etc.) and the comprehensive range of entertainment and cabin control options.
These in turn will link back to a centrally-mounted 15 terabyte media server, satellite decoders and Ethernet switches. Services that will be controlled using the Lantic network and interface will include CCTV, position and chart view on demand, service call, alarms and optional HVAC and other cabin control facilities.”
Scheduled for launch in spring 2014, Lantic will deliver the system in February 2014, leaving only a few weeks for assembly and testing. Thanks to Lantic’s sophisticated AV systems, installation and configuration is as simple as plug-and-play. Owner’s individual preferences can be programmed remotely.
Lantic’s Peter Bouman said “This is a very satisfying way to end 2013. We are very pleased with a year that has seen Lantic systems installed on both sailing and motor superyachts, across a range of sizes, and 2014 is already shaping up to be even better.”
For more information visit Lantic Entertainment Systems.