Interior Fitting Out – Page 6

  • C-Quip's new finger-pull solution is available in a sharp oval or rectangular profile

    Contemporary boat design benefits from innovation in equipment


    The marine industry favours the tried and tested parts that have been proven ‘on the water’ and stand the test of time in a harsh environment, says C-Quip’s MD Ian Cooke.

  • Timage's Breathair features polymer strands

    Timage takes bespoke route in 2017


    Marine fitting supplier Timage is looking forward to rolling out a number of new products in 2017 that it believes will improve quality while keeping costs down.

  • Hawke House is introducing a new course on headlining replacement

    Hawke House sees swing towards plain patterns


    Hawke House has carved a niche as one of the specialists in marine re-upholstery and headlining replacement and owner Alan Dring is therefore in an excellent position to identify long standing trends.

  • The Kuranda Dickinson Newport dates from the 1930s

    Versatility and power are the key for Kuranda


    With modern yachts becoming increasingly power hungry machines, heating company Kuranda has found an old favourite has come back to the fore when it comes to interior heating.

  • Savage Lighting has a new range of lamps

    One stop solution from Savage Lighting


    Savage Lighting works primarily within the superyacht industry where innovation is not only expected, it is often demanded by clients who require perfection.

  • Oceanair’s Skyvenetian Precision blind is available from IMP

    IMP introduces the new Oceanair blind


    With more than 30-years experience working as suppliers to the marine industry, IMP believes it is in a strong position to continue the strong start it has enjoyed so far in 2017 and fully understand the fluctuating market.

  • GN Espace is incorporating galley design

    GN Espace carves a niche in the marine cooker market


    Marine cooker supplier GN Espace has found itself in a strong position in the market by incorporating galley design into the process of supplying a cooker to a client.

  • Shipshape's memory foam Marine+ mattress

    Shipshape in good shape thanks to new approach


    Shipshape Bedding’s aim to stay one step ahead of competitors is on track thanks to its latest product according to MD Paul Hallatt.

  • Raritan Engineering is launching two new environmentally-friendly bio-active cleaners

    Eliminating boat odours


    Raritan Engineering has two easy-to-use, safe and environmentally-friendly bio-active cleaners, which promise to get rid of unsavoury boat odours.

  • Northern Light has a Flynn Refrigeration system installed

    Flynn Refrigeration provides the answer


    Mould growth and excess condensation are problems all boat owners try to avoid. Cooking, showering, even breathing, all add moisture to the air and without adequate ventilation the humidity level on board a vessel will rise.

  • The new underwater Sport S3116S from OceanLED

    New sport series from OceanLED


    OceanLED has introduced its new sport series, with the debut of the Sport S3116S which is engineered specifically for sport fishing and active cruising.

  • Some of the new blinds on MY Mirage

    Oceanair supplies blinds to MY Mirage


    Oceanair has completed a blind refit project onboard the 53m MY Mirage.

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    Oceanair appoints DragonShore as Taiwanese distributor


    Oceanair has appointed DragonShore Ltd as its new distributor in Taiwan.

  • CJ Marine interior

    Boat interiors look like swish London flats


    When it comes to boat interiors, owners today are increasingly demanding greater comforts and more home-from-home luxuries, writes Katina Read. And manufacturers are starting to take note.

  • The Wallas 22DT kit is good for a price conscious buy at the moment

    Back to basics? Not quite...


    There are two sides to the coin, says Darren Griffiths of Kuranda UK. “As much as technology moves on, there are some people who are ditching the idea and going back to the basics,” he says.

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    Engineering at its heart


    It can be a difficult subject: a true HVAC design will look at every heat load on a system. This includes heat transfer across every bulkhead, window, deckhead and deck to measure heat gain or loss.

  • Boats are being fitted for different areas, giving HVAC suppliers food for thought

    A change of scene


    The downturn has inevitably changed the game for the onboard air-conditioning, heating and water market as the larger UK boat builders are chasing wins in very different climates – both physical and economic.

  • Large, multilayered yachts do create some interesting challenges

    Raising the pressure


    There’s a lot more to air-conditioning system design than most people think, says Lindsay Ross of Fischer Panda “It is very much an engineering subject,” he adds.

  • Webasto was involved with the futuristic 140ft 'Adastra', which although a Chinese build “involved quite a few British designers”

    British innovation still meeting the challenge


    British engineering, despite everything, continues to make its mark across the globe – even in the somewhat overlooked heating and air conditioning sector. Stevie Knight waves the flag.

  • Lacquered fishskin – fully sustainable and eco-friendly

    There are no rules, but there are trends


    Design Unlimited specialises in interior design and exterior styling for custom and production yachts. They’ve worked on many well known sailing and motor superyachts and with builders like Sunseeker, Bavaria and Hanse.