Raytheon Anschütz engineers and supports most advanced, customized integrated bridge systems for megayachts, offering customers maximum flexibility in design as well as reliability and comfort in navigation.
We serve our megayacht customers as a trustful and competent partner in newbuilding or refit projects. Loaded with quality and innovation from across our portfolio, powered by the expertise and passion of our employees, and backed by the experience from more than 150 large megayacht projects.
A well thought out bridge design contributes to an attractive wheelhouse surrounding, making the megayacht bridge a comfortable public area covering only indispensable devices for navigation and control.
In the center of the integrated bridge system, the Synapsis NX Integrated Navigation System (INS) makes navigation and bridge operations easier, more efficient and safer. Synapsis NX concentrates the central services of the bridge system and returns consistent sensor data, target designations and alerts, so that users interact with a single, harmonized system. This leads to less stress, better situation assessment, and confidence in decision making.
Using standardized components and modular, LAN-based system architecture opens up a wide range of seamless and lean design options. Built using standardized components only, we can also adapt the function of the bridge to the customer, at a high-quality level and at almost any project stage.
Of course: our integrated bridge systems fulfill class requirements without compromises and meet current and future IMO standards.
Multifunctional workstations for maximum availability of data and function
Advanced function of ECDIS and radar for comfort, efficiency and safety
Modern, standardized and intuitive user interfaces simplify operations
Integration of OEM systems (owner’s choice), e.g. by digital KVM matrix
Seamless design thanks to foil panels and 12” panel PCs integrating actuators formerly known from inhomogeneous hardware devices
19” racks allow separating the hardware from the bridge