Besenzoni will be on board at the Cannes festival from 12-17 September showcasing its extensive product range and made-to-measure solutions. New arrivals on display will include the updated helm seats P242 Seagull, Free Style P220 and the MISS aluminium passerelle for small vessels, as well.


This popular helm seat model, with its unrivalled ergonomic design, will now be attached to a much wider electric base with room for the wiring of an array of joysticks and controllers to be fitted to the armrests. Given the increasing demand for diamond stitching, this can now be customised with stitching and threads in a variety of colours to choose from.


This fixed helm seat with a flip-up bolster allowing the helmsman to stand has been installed onto a special shock-absorbent, cushioned base to create this updated model, offering absolute comfort to boaters, even on rougher seas and long journeys. The shock-absorbent base was put to a special kind of test by the Ciuri Mare cultural and boating association, where it successfully completed a record-breaking journey on a rubber boat from Sicily, all the way to Brazil.


Cutting-edge passerelle in aluminium with a 290-cm extension, designed especially for small/medium-sized motor-powered or sail boats. The main features of this passerelle include its aluminium design, which makes it extremely lightweight without impairing stability, and the new full-width gangway, which provides more space, making it easier and safer to board the vessel. When used as a mini crane, it can lift loads weighing up to 200 kg with an extension of the passerelle to a maximum of 220 cm.


Besenzoni Spa, a world leader in the design & manufacturing of boating accessories for 40 years, manufacturers many products: external & retracting hydraulic gangways, cranes, pilot seats, electric side door & Patio door, bathing ladders & side ladders, sliding roof systems, tender slide, electric windows, hydraulic lifting platforms and many more articles.


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