If you put together all of the megayachts with a WASSP multi-beam sonar system onboard, they would stretch more than 4,900 feet (1,500 meters), according to the company. While some of these yachts are among the world’s largest, others are as “small” as 95 feet (29 meters). With the release of WASSP W3, tenders can now benefit, too. WAASP W3 is a wireless unit that provides peace of mind when you are in uncharted and/or remote regions.
The June edition of the MegayachtNews.com newsletter contains more details about the WASSP W3, as well as other current news. For example, you’ll learn about a new TraveLift that expands Jarrett Bay Boatworks’ abilities to haul larger yachts. Plus, you’ll read about how five of the J-Class yachts are already committed to racing in next year’s Superyacht Challenge Antigua.
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