Marine audio company, Fusion Electronics, based in Phoenix, Arizona, has announced a partnership it has formed with MasterCraft, a builder of luxury tow boats.
As part of the agreement, all 2014 MasterCraft boats will feature Fusion's MS-RA205 compact marine-grade stereo as standard equipment with the MS-iP700i available as an upgrade option.
The MS-RA205 delivers AM/FM radio, receives Marine VHF, is SiriusXM ready and can play MP3s stored on a USB. Fusion's MS-P700i upgrade adds iPod and iPhone secure internal docking. Both stereos are equipped with the company's Fusion-Link for integration capabilities with compatible multifunction displays, including MasterCraft's Murphy LCD displays.
"We are pleased to partner with MasterCraft and provide their discerning customers the dedicated support,' said Todd Crocker of Fusion Electronics USA. "MasterCraft demands the very best, and we are thrilled to deliver it. We're confident MasterCraft owners will love how much fun it is to cruise, chill and enjoy watersports to their favorite music.'
MasterCraft joins dozens of manufacturers who have incorporated the Fusion's True Marine entertainment systems including Bavaria Yachts, Boston Whaler, Broom Boats, Caribbean, Contender, Ebb-Tide, Elan Yachts, Fairline, Fontaine Pajot, Grady White, Hanse Yachts, Lowe Boats, Matrix, Monterey, Princess, Ranger Tugs, Regal, Regulator, Scorpion, Scout, Sealegs, Stabicraft, Sunseeker, Tidewater, Viking Yachts, Whittley, Yellowfin and Zodiac.
Offering marine electronics manufacturers an exciting new level of entertainment integration for MFDs and other displays, FUSION-Link is now available on a variety of devices including Furuno, Garmin, Lowrance, Murphy Instruments, Raymarine and Simrad.