Yacht door Open Light
for boatspantograph

yacht door
yacht door
yacht door
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Application domain
for yachts, for boats
Opening system


The Nemo range of pantograph doors now includes a new model called “Open Light”. Made in fibreglass with an aluminium frame, this door is fitted with a motor which is built into the frame (and not the door). This makes the door ultra-light and compact, reducing its bulk on yacht and motor boat walkways. The aesthetics of the lower handle have been enhanced, so is completely concealed when the door is closed. The engaging/releasing of the side bolts is controlled by an electro-hydraulic system that delivers maximum power with minimum encumbrance, so no wheels, handles or other opening and closing devices are needed. It takes just 1.5 seconds to lock or unlock the door. When closed, the door is perfectly watertight thanks to the overhanging perimeter that exercises pressure on the sealing gasket through inclined grooves that push the door into the sealing gasket direction. In the event of a power failure, a manual system operated from the inside, which can also be fitted on the outside on request, ensures the door opens and closes. A special sensor transmits the side bolt projection signal only when the door is in its correct position, thus avoiding any accidental protrusion that might damage the doors or the boat. On request, electronic control is possible on all the doors by means of a control card. The door can be operated manually from both inside and outside by means of a practical built-in handle, ensuring perfect surface linearity. Special attention has been paid to even the smallest technical and aesthetic details in the design and manufacturing of the door, to ensure the safety and satisfaction of those who sail with Nemo accessories.


*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.