At the world’s largest indoor marine leisure event, Boot Düsseldorf 2020, Dometic showcase its widened portfolio and exhibit its latest addition of innovative powered coolers as a world premier for marine enthusiasts.
Boot Düsseldorf attracts 250,000 people from 90 countries who’s interested in sailing, boating, fishing and water sports to its enormous exhibition space of 220,000 square meters with a huge water tank with waves and a man-made river for kayaking and paddling.
Dometic takes this opportunity to showcase its expanded marine portfolio fueled by SeaStar Solutions’ industry leading steering systems for powered boats and Dometic
Blinds’ premium window covering solutions for yachts and sailing boats.
Dometic CFX3 powered cooler/freezers are energy efficient and smartly designed for outdoor leisure use and provide fresher and healthier food, for a more comfortable experience onboard.
Together with award-winning portable battery Dometic PLB40, Dometic CFX3 maximizes enjoyment at sea and helps adventurers go further and stay longer on their journeys.
Dometic CFX3 is super energy efficient and portable, plus, it can be used as a main refrigerator or additional fridge or freezer on both powered and sailing boats.
WORLD’S FIRST ALL ELECTRIC STEERING
Dometic SeaStar Optimus Electric Steering Actuator is an industry first all-electric steering actuator for outboard engines with no hydatic fluid required and requires less maintenance with no compensation of maneuvering capability.
Dometic also showcases Optimus EPS Control System connected to the actuator to demonstrate what the industry leading technologies can provide for boaters.
More info of the products:
• Optimus Electric Actuator
• Optimus 360 Joystick
FIRST SHOWCASE OF MARINE BLINDS
For the first time Dometic showcase its marine blinds offering at Boot Düsseldorf. Dometic’s marine window covering solutions are unrivalled in scope and choice. The product range is designed, engineered and manufactured in-house, destruction tested and fully optimized for life at sea.