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24 thoughts on “Cool Yacht Caracteristici NBBL articol N.2 #shorts”
Yeah its nice to have that alarmed on the bridge. But honestly the guests are probably not gonna be opening port holes while voyaging as most will have securement covers latched in place over the windows that are opening. But unless you ask for those portholes, I dont think they come standard on any Bering yachts cause AC works fine on all Berings.
agree a must have even on your own yacht, also in case of sh#t you can prove it to the insurance company.
FYI, in the navy, sealing doors situation are constantly checked (very few portholes, I must say!), same for fire where the human senses can detect anomalies sometime quicker than any captors.
I think that it sounds like a definite must!!! Imho Water 💧 on the inside of your yacht is NEVER a good thing.
Cool feature 👍 ……….
Oh yeah. That is very cool!
And they could be larger. Both more pleasing but could be used to escape. The old porthole format is a legacy thing that we don't need anymore.
A must-have for sure 😀
Doing Shorts to highlight an NBBL item is a great idea. the best use of a Shorts video I have seen to date. Thanks you for the video
You two are very smart !!
I just wish I had potholes?
Curious if the sensor is also tied to the latch(es) or just the edge/frame sensor? I can see someone just pushing the porthole "closed" but not secured/latched, so might be a false sense of security.
That said, I like the idea!
When are you expecting delivery of your super boat?
Don't like shorts. Stick to your proper videos! They are great.👍
I think that's Awesome, Especially the round port holes, of an size. They give an old school look to maritime ships.👍👍
Generally, I find that my porthole closes on its own when I get tense or anxious…
Be careful extras add up things can always be done with$$$$. Chers😊
Whilst fresh air is nice, where I mostly travel, it's also salty and one really doesn't want that inside their vessel so the best way to get fresh air is with a filtered air exchange. I also prefer to limit the number of holes in my hull that can easily allow water entry so in my case the portholes are windows that don't open.
Spare the Shorts… They are annoying
I have one of those things on all my aftholes.
Am sure this is standard on a Bering!
Reminds me of my window contacts on my home alarm. Then sensor tells you it's closed, but not locked. Would the same apply here? Does it just tell you that it is closed or does it tell you it is properly secured? I would still physically check them heading into any rough weather. Good idea though.
NBBL: turn the ocean into an aquarium. Put a big portal below waterline and bright lights at night! Sort of an inside out submarine.