Veritais Ltd is proud to announce the recent completion of an extensive audio-visual refit on the majestic 46-metre superyacht CHRISTOPHER. This refit was performed when sailing yacht CHRISTOPHER revisited Pendennis in the UK, the yard where she was built six years ago.
Veritais performed the installation while luxury yacht CHRISTOPHER was going through other yard work, completely upgrading the whole system. “We had made some recommendations to the owner which we knew would enhance the system now that the yacht is six years old,” comments David Milner of Veritais, “and she now features the very latest state of the art audio visual system.”
ChRISTOPHER yacht has been divided into 14 different AV ‘zones’ which include the saloon, owners’ suite, guest and crew cabins, even laundry, garage and engine room. Each zone now features a video and audio media stored on a Network-Attached-Storage (NAS) Drive with 4 terabytes of memory capable of storing thousands of movies and music tracks.
Veritais has also provided iPads for use as remote controls for the system in every cabin to control all AV equipment including the TV, the media players, amplifiers, as well as TV Lifts. Moreover, the crew mess now features a hard-wired 7” in-wall touch screen for full control of all zones on board. The Nintendo Wii games system has been installed in the main saloon and a number of guest cabins.
Furthermore, Veritais has reprogrammed the existing control equipment with new software to administrate the new system. A new Control4 system processor has been added together with an automated Blu-Ray, DVD and CD ripper that will automatically rip (upload) a disc when inserted – no user input required.
Further charter yachts built by Pendennis.