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The top tech and toy brands to see at the Monaco Yacht Show 2018

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FunAir

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FunAir

Already found your dream yacht? Then it’s time to fill it with some top-of-the-range water toys and on board technology. Take a break from admiring the largest yachts on display at the Monaco Yacht Show 2018 and pay a visit to our edit of the top tech and toys brands at the show…

FunAir

Want to be the coolest yacht on the water? Then you’re going to need a superyacht slide and a range of inflatables and no-one does them better than American firm FunAir. The company will be launching three new products at the Monaco Yacht Show. Twin Escape is comprised of two detachable loungers floating on a stable platform that offers the perfect solution for extending your beach club or bathing platform. The Twin Escape loungers can also be brought on shore and used in conjunction with the new Wave Lounger - an inflatable beach lounger designed for compact storage and transportation while making it easy for crew to set up for large groups on remote beaches. To complete the range, FunAir will also be debuting a new Daybed large enough for two adults to sunbathe in style.

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NetJets

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NetJets

The Monaco Yacht Show has long attracted firms from the world of private aviation and this year is no different. Shared ownership experts NetJets will be returning to announce the addition of the Bombardier Global 6000 to its already impressive fleet of private aircraft. Capable of seating up to 13 passengers, the Global 6000 can fly non-stop for up 13.5 hours with a top speed of 901 km/h and features a private stateroom with sofa and a galley. The new flagship of the NetJets fleet, it will be available across its range of fractional ownership programmes.

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Oculus Technologies

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Oculus-Technologies

Amsterdam-based infotainment specialist Oculus Technologies has made rapid in roads into the yachting industry in recent years with its YachtEye guest information system now installed on over 90 yachts, many of which measure 70 metres plus. At the Monaco Yacht Show 2018, Oculus will be demonstrating both its YachtEye and Odyss systems with the help of a virtual Oculus Yacht created using a Sony CLED wall. While YachtEye allows on board guests to access information about itineraries, weather conditions, daily menus and activities via iPads and televisions, Odyss takes the form of a physical bespoke clock which can be used to access data on world times, temperatures, wind speed, humidity and yacht position and speed while optional extras include weather forecasts, message functionality and image display.

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