Premium Helm Chairs from Taco Marine

Coastal Deluxe Helm Chair Bolster off White

 

 

April 11 2016

New, ergonomically designed Taco® Marine premium helm chairs are available in two styles, in several sizes and colors. Custom options are also available.

The Capri Helm Chair (shown left, above) is available in light gray, vanilla or white, with a standard rollback bolster seat or a fixed seat and adjustable armrests. A smaller version is available without armrests. The Capri is also available as a bench-style seat from 36” to 55” wide.

The Coastal Helm Chair (shown right, above) is available with a rollback or fixed seat in three popular colors – amber leaf, cool gray or off white.

More info: Taco Marine web site or call 1+800.653.8568 (US and Canada) or 1+305.652.8566. Dealer inquiries: contact nearest Land N Sea

 

 

Capri Deluxe Helm chair Bolster White

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