STIDD Admiral Seats for the Alucia

Monday, February 01, 2010
Photo courtesy STIDD Systems, Inc.

A pair of Series 500 Admiral helm seats from marine seating manufacturer STIDD Systems was chosen for the helm of the Alucia, a 183-ft former research vessel rebuilt as an exploration yacht. The Alucia, originally launched in 1974 as RV Nadir by the French government as a platform for marine science and research, is now exploring the world’s deepest oceans for DeepOcean Quest. The STIDD Admiral helm seats aboard Alucia feature black UltraLeather upholstery and are finished in tough, baked-on black powdercoat. A tall telescoping pedestal, folding armrests, folding footrest and 40-degree reclining backrest provide ergonomic comfort.

(www.stidd.com)
 

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