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Introducing Furrion’s Groundbreaking 78ft Smart Yacht M/Y Adonis

Furrion has just unveiled their futuristic 78 foot customised Numarine superyacht named Adonis at the 2019 CES show in Las Vegas. Built in partnership with the prestigious Numarine shipyard based in Istanbul, the new yacht will showcase the latest smart technology and innovative marine solutions developed by the leading luxury technology company, Furrion.

Onboard is the very best of Furrion’s cutting-edge developments including audiovisual electronics, innovative kitchen appliances, and camera observation and monitoring to provide smart living solutions at sea. One of the highlights is Angel, a virtual concierge who can deliver your food order to the kitchen, lead a yoga session, or even control and monitor all the security cameras onboard and notify you if anything is amiss. Angel can also send out a drone to capture surveillance footage or simply take photos of your surroundings at the command of your voice.

Another neat feature is the Furrion Smart Mirrors which offer an interactive display in the master cabin and other spaces throughout the yacht. These act as large tablets and allow you to view weather updates, news or keep up with social media. The mirror can also work as a TV and works in offline mode as well by storing information from the internet to ensure functionality is not disrupted. Furrion plans to keep adding to and updating this technology as the project develops.

Co-founder and chief marketing officer for Furrion Matt Filder commented that, “Our concept fleet gives us the flexibility to showcase our innovation practically anywhere, and we are excited to unveil Adonis here at CES 2019. Furrion’s history is rooted in marine and now we are able to combine the best of our technology, design and futuristic innovation to deliver an experience unlike no other. The addition of our virtual concierge with artificial intelligence, Angel gives consumers an always-present assistant, regardless of their Internet connection.”

 

Alice Longhurst

After her first taste of life at sea aged three, Alice spends her time writing about yachts, fine wine and the good things in life.

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