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The Yacht Group line of products will increase your boating experience by providing easy and precise control with our Yacht Controller System enjoyed by 18,000 owners, beautiful and stunning custom letters from Yacht GraphX to express yourself, Night vision capability for safe navigation with our Yacht cam thermal and low light cameras and hi-powered searchlights from CFx Searchlights by Carlisle and Finch (inventor of the marine searchlight) for all size vessels and ships, and great maneuverability aids with our easy to mount external yacht thrusters, plus much more!

Yacht Controller

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Yacht Controller provides you with total freedom of movement around your vessel! Free yourself from the helm to any position on your vessel.

Yacht Controller originator of wireless remote for boats and now in its 17th year, and enjoyed for flawless control by over 18,000 boat owners on more than 220 Brands of boats. Position your yacht precisely where you want from any vantage point on the vessel, and move freely around while maintaining total control of the engines and thrusters with Yacht Controller's advanced technology making it "the most Trusted name in the Marine Industry".

Yacht Beam - CFX Extreme Beam

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The Carlisle & Finch Co. invented the marine searchlight in 1894 and has been selling the most Powerful, Beautiful, and Dependable yacht searchlights for many decades, to the world’s most prestigious yacht builders, i.e. FEADSHIP, LURSSEN, BENNETTI, AMELS, WESTPORT, and DELTA MARINE, to name a few. Additionally. for over 110 years. our searchlights have been Standard equipment on all USCG, US Navy, US Corps of Engineers, US Lighthouses and most tug boats, barges and workboats.

We offer the owner Two Distinct Choices of Style: Beautiful Sparkling “Chrome Classic Appearance” , or a low profile “Sleek Look” with a custom color. Our searchlights are high performance, technologically advanced products, with incredible aesthetics to match and available for long range with 177 million candlepower and "PolarClass" for the most arduous explorer vessels.

CFx is committed to increasing your Safety and Security with powerful features, such as embedded Thermal Cameras (i.e. the NightFINDER™), as well as a high powered strobe feature, which instantly transforms the searchlight into a powerful non-lethal weapon and integrated LED lights to create a security "Wall of light" around your vessel.

Yacht GraphX

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Yacht Graphx are fabricated in any material in any Size, shape, design or graphic and lighting. Try our "Design Wizard"

Custom crafted letters, symbols, helipads, dance floors, illuminated walls and whatever your imagination creates can be realized through our expert team of designers and fabricators. From simple illuminated film letters to multi-material 3D emblems or letters for superyachts, our team can do it all with excellence of electrical design and utilization of state-of the art technology and materials.

Quick and Easy Custom Crafted Letters.

ZF Marine announces partnership with Yacht Controller. Learn More 

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