Lantic Celebrates Strong Order Book and New Capabilities at Monaco Yacht Show 2014

Current year
shows marked upswing in orders

Lantic Entertainment Systems returns to the Monaco Yacht Show this year
with a new stand (QP54, Parvis Piscine) and a product that continues to
reinvent itself to meet the demands of its customers and the wider
superyacht industry.

Compatibility is king
Lantic is the only developer of entertainment systems dedicated to the
superyacht sector pop over to this web-site. The company designs and builds the modular technology
that controls, stores and distributes all types of stored,
broadcast and online content, leaving the owner free to select his own
screens, players and speakers. It is this approach that allows Lantic to
maintain a fast pace in software development and upgrades, ensuring
that both new and existing systems keep up to date and compatible with
new equipment and protocols.
Visitors to the stand at the Monaco Yacht Show will for example be able
to see a Lantic system driving a next-generation 4k ultra high
resolution screen, along with a wide range of other upgrades via the
newly released software version 2.9. Examples of this include the new
Lantic virtual keyboard and mouse for online browsing now accessible on
an iPad via our RC20 app and the integrated control interface for
third-party equipment such as Apple TV and other IP TV boxes.

2014 shows marked upturn in business
The past year has seen Lantic building a succession of its semi-bespoke
systems for some of the most exciting new boats this year. Three Amels
superyachts have had or are in the process of having Lantic systems
fitted. The Palmer Johnson 170 Sportyacht M/Y Bliss
and the firstPJ 48m SuperSport have likewise selected Lantic for their
onboard entertainment experiences.

Other Lantic yachts this year include the 37.5m
Escapade by Fitzroy Yachts and the 45m sailing
yacht S/Y Heureka (ex-YIII) by Holland Jachtbouw. A
major upgrade also took place on board the 74m Rabdan (ex-Silver),
launched in 2008.

Visitors to the Lantic stand (QP54) will also be able to see:

  • Innovative new software in action that allows Lantic systems
    to switch seamlessly back and forth between other languages such as
    Russian and Arabic (currently under development), alongside the familiar
    English. This has had a strong response with enquiries coming in for a
    range of scripts.
  • The new, on-board intranets that allow the easy generation
    and viewing of content generated by crew or management; a­­ service that
    is proving useful for both guests and crew on private and charter
  • The company also continues to ensure that its cabin control
    software is compatible with equipment from other manufactures such as
    Cruise Air, H&H and Condaria.
  • The latest examples of this is a new interface for air
    conditioning made by leading company
    Mavé B.V. and a
    new interface for Lutron’s silent rollers.
  • The new ability of Lantic’s steward call system to interface
    with third-party pagers and, in the near future, DECT phone
  • Also find out about our new compact SEC for audio-only zones
    that have all the features of a full MEC but without TV

And in addition to viewing the new technology and having the opportunity
to sign up for the Lantic Movie Service, visitors to the stand will
also be able to meet our team and get a first-hand preview of Lantic’s
plans for 2015.