MARIS Makes Agreement With Peter Johansen Group

Monday, November 12, 2001
Maritime Information Systems AS (MARIS) has made an agreement with the Peter Johansen Group A/S in Denmark to supply radar/ARPA, ECDIS and VDR to its super luxury yachts on an exclusive basis Under the name Royal Denship the Peter Johansen Group is building a series of super luxury yachts for foreign owners. These yachts are being built at several Danish shipyards.

The agreement includes deliveries of the following products from MARIS: ARPA2000 Radar/ARPA automatic radar plotting aid, ECDIS900 electronic chart display and information system, VDR2000 voyage data recorder. The yachts are also equipped with LCD screens in all cabins, living areas, and the fly bridge, enabling totally independent access to centrally stored movies and music as well as the super luxury yachts navigational information, communication and security units. The entertainment systems are delivered by Peter Johansen Group A/S. An intercom system throughout the yacht complements the communication facilities. The navigation and communication equipment is PC-integrated for readout onflat screen displays and with the possibility of remote control throughout the yacht and via internet access. The alarm system is TV-monitored for visual control and can be remotely controlled via the yacht’s PCS as well as via the Internet. There are currently six motor yachts and three sailing yachts under construction. The first sailing yacht, delivered in September, participated in a large yacht exhibitioin in Monaco.

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