Nautique introduced the all-new Coastal Edition, offered on the Super Air Nautique 210 and 230, Crossover Nautique 216V and 236 models. This new feature will make its debut at the 2009 Miami Boat Show, Feb. 12-16.
Nautique boats with the Coastal Edition will be equipped to effectively resist saltwater corrosion, and includes extra components like a sealed steering cable, stainless steel steering tube with lubrication provision, zinc sacrificial anodes, stainless steel gas springs and a tinned copper wiring harness.
The Costal Edition also features the Nautique LINC system, a digital platform that has the ability to expand the helm integration capabilities to include user-friendly features like cruise control, GPS mapping and chart-plotting capabilities as well as stereo controls. Another notable feature is the complete video integration, which allows the user to plug in any video source and view it directly on the high-definition screen (great for on-the-water instruction).
Additionally, the Coastal Edition comes complete with a new Crusader Watersports Series (CWS) Engine. The engine includes a full freshwater cooling system, stainless steel components on the legendary PCM mounting system and the bullet-proof components and hardware are designed to successfully withstand the rigors of saltwater use.
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