If you think that talking about portholes is rather boring, you’re wrong. The proof comes from all the technological research and design behind one of the top products by Amare Group: Infinity. In a field where competition is very aggressive, the young company from Modena has launched a porthole which has quickly become a leader. Why?
For many reasons. For example, it can disappear. In fact, it hides itself in the yachts’ dark windows. If you look from the outside at any yacht that features Infinity, you just won’t see it.
Secondly, it has a contemporary and captivating design. It is provided with an inner blocking system with little wings replacing the traditional wing nuts. It’s more beautiful and even safer and faster than the previous system: it doesn’t have to be tightened, a click will be enough (In the photo on the right is Michele Preziuso, Business Development Manager of Amare).
It is then provided with an advanced opening system with opposing spring, the hinge is small, elegant and hidden inside the strut; it can stay open at any level. So, you can choose how much air and light you want to let enter.
Another important feature of Infinity is its Pleasure certification, that is not a simple CE certification but allows it to be installed on yachts up to 80′. Moreover, Infinity can be installed on bowed windows and a carbon version is also available.
Last but not least is the price, one of the most competitive on the market despite the great research work and high quality it holds within.
Among Infinity’s most popular optionals is an alarm system that sends a signal to the dashboard whenever a porthole is left opened when it’s time to leave. It’s very appreciated because it’s not a simple optional but an essential safety tool. Among the most important brands which have chosen to use Infinity are Ferretti, Riva, Custom Line, Gulf Craft and Azimut (on Magellano 72′ and 66′).