STIDD Admiral Seats at the Helm of the Odessa

Friday, August 28, 2009
Image courtesy STIDD Systems, Inc.

A pair of custom STIDD Admiral High Back helm seats from leading ergonomic marine seating manufacturer STIDD Systems add comfort and style to the helm of Christensen Shipyards' newest launch, set to debut at the 2009 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, October 29 – November 2.

The 160-foot Odessa is the first Christensen yacht to feature a black hull and silver painted superstructure. In addition to the standard STIDD ergonomic and adjustment features, the STIDD seats for Odessa feature custom leather stitching, logo embroidery and black chrome accents to compliment the modern interior styling.

For added convenience, the captain’s seat is outfitted with the new STIDD 510-131 integrated armrest (shown left). Odessa can be seen at Bahia Mar Face Dock 14A during the Fort Lauderdale show. STIDD Admiral seats and other STIDD seats can be seen at booth 686-688 in the Yacht Builders and Designers Tent, also at Bahia Mar during the show.

(www.stidd.com)

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