Hinckley, Siren Form Partnership

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Siren Marine formed a partnership with Hinckley Yachts to provide the Maine-based boatbuilder with its latest-generation, 3 Pro vessel monitoring system, the company said in a statement.

OnWatch will utilize Siren’s telematics, sensors and mobile app, and will be standard equipment on all new Hinckley models. Existing owners will be able to upgrade to the Siren package.

“Our customer is typically an experienced boater and rightfully has high expectations when purchasing a Hinckley,” said sales and marketing vice president Scott Bryant. “We’re known to utilize the best and most advanced technology — extending to our on-board telematics platform — which is why we’ve chosen to partner with Siren Marine.”

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Earlier this year, Siren Marine announced that its 3 Pro Series received NMEA 2000 certification. CEO Jeffrey Poole said the certification and its seamless integration with CZone digital switching gives Hinckley owners command of key on-board systems via the Siren mobile app.

“We are proud to be partnering with such a respected and time-tested brand as Hinckley and, more so, to play a pivotal role in delivering the freedom and trouble-free enjoyment that the lifestyle entails,” Poole said.

Hinckley and Siren highlighted the system’s ability to coordinate service and support with customers.

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