Fusion Electronics Signs Hanse Yachts

Press Release
Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Sailing Yacht Leader Chooses Fusion Stereos for Outfitting Marine Entertainment on Its Trend-Setting Vessels.


Fusion, a  leader in marine audio, has announced  it has signed a partnership agreement with Hanse Yachts AG, manufacturer of innovative, high-quality sailing yachts. Under the terms of the multi-year deal, the company’s stereos will be an entertainment option on all new Hanse vessels, allowing buyers to select a cutting-edge Fusion system that best suits their needs. Fusion’s fully-marinized products will not only provide Hanse buyers with the market’s best sounding audio solution with true iPod/iPhone integration, but also access to the revolutionary Fusion-Link interface technology that provides access, control and communication from and with multi-function displays, remotes and compatible screens, as well as the Apple iPad or iPhone, and various Android products running the Fusion-Link app.


“We know owners of Hanse’s fine cruising yachts will enjoy the enhanced sound quality and innovative control of onboard entertainment that comes with each Fusion product,” said Matthew Forbes, general manager of Europe and Middle East, Fusion Electronics. “We are excited to work with Hanse and to continuing to strengthen our partnership by supporting their customers, enhancing their marketing and trade show efforts, and engaging their global dealer network.”
 

“We are proud to add Fusion to our list of high-quality options to enhance the Hanse ownership experience,” Tijl Hetterschijt, brand marketing, Hanse Yachts. “Their technology leads the industry and complements the quality of our vessels. We are confident Hanse owners will enjoy their Fusion system for years to come.”


Fusion Electronics innovative true marine entertainment offerings are available as options on other Hanse Group boat brands including Moody, Dehler and Fjord.

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