STIDD Seats On Board ISS Design Award Finalist

Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Photo courtesy STIDD

Ergonomic seating from STIDD Systems is installed on the Miss Lisa and Sycara IV, finalists for International Superyacht Society (ISS) 2010 International Design Awards. The annual awards, based on peer review, celebrate the very finest in superyacht design, architecture, engineering and interiors.

The 92-ft Miss Lisa from Citadel Yachts is a finalist for an ISS award in the “Best Power” category for superyachts from 24 to 40 meters and 46-meter (151 ft) Sycara IV from the Burger Boat Company is a finalist in the “Best Power” category for superyachts from 40 to 60 meters.

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