STANDING OVAL CONSOLE With hatch Code 132-9 Dimensions cm L35 x W 30 x H 65
STANDING CONSOLE With front protection glass, Roll-Bar stainless steel and hatch. Code 132 -1 Dimensions cm L 50 x W 50 x H 70
CONSOLE WITH JOCKEY SEAT Made of fiberglass. With storing space beneath the seat and a round hatch on the side. Code 132 -5 Dimensions cm L 136 x W 41 x H 90
... optimal positioning for steering wheel and throttle. The console is built in GRP sandwich and is strategically reinforced to withstand high impacts. It is fitted with a 10 mm (3/8) heavy-duty windscreen. The ...
... Meets all International Survey requirements. This flexible controller can be tailored to suit any steering requirement on any size vessel. HD8000 Steering Pedestal complete with fully integrated Coursemaster ...
The Standard Boat Console is the star attraction in every boat that has a motor. Have you noticed how yours is looking lately? Let us help you with our beautiful Standard Boat ...
The Deluxe Pontoon Boat Console is the star attraction in every boat that has a motor. Have you noticed how yours is looking lately? Let us help you with our beautiful Standard Boat ...
A centre console with forward facing seat, seat and backrest cushions, windscreen, stainless steel rail and storage locker under front seat (steering wheel not included)
... large access hatch to the rear to allow for easy mounting of steering/ instrumentation and our 100 fuel tank FT1 can easily be fitted into the console base.
Standard equipment: Front soft seat for 2 persons Removable soft backrest Hermetical internal stowage Reflectable seat Windshield glass Stainless steel arc Side hanles
with soft backrest equipped the internal stowage, windshield glass, stainless steel arc and air ventilation plate Dimensions, cm (L x W x H): 142 x 50 x 110
Includes grabrail. Windshield not available. Cutout: 8 1/2" W, 11 1/2" H Instrument Panel: 14" W, 3 5/8" H Gauges and Steering Wheel not included.
How to choose this product
A boat steering console holds the wheel, throttle and instrument cluster on a motor vessel. The consoles offered on NauticExpo are suited for leisure craft rather than for ships.
These consoles are suitable for installation on many types of power vessels, especially open boats. They differ from ship consoles in their more aesthetic design and lesser sophistication. They also are found on rigid inflatables, where they offer more comfortable steering.
The wheel is mounted on a transverse bearing within a rectangular column made of fiberglass, carbon fiber or, less often, of metal. The console also holds steering gear linking the wheel to the rudder or to an outboard motor or pod drive. The throttle can be mounted on either side of the wheel, depending on the owner's preference. Control rods are within the console.
Built-in instruments can include tachometer, fuel gauge, GPS and chart plotter, among others. A seat, either chair or jockey style, windshield, railing, gear stowage and other features also may be included.
How to choose
Choice will depend on space available in the cockpit, which varies by boat make and model. If the console and wheel are supplied as a unit, it is important to know the type of steering gear and the distance between the console and the rudder or the motor, in the case of an outboard.