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May 09, 2011

Staff

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Furuno has placed a bright new star in the do-everything electronics category.
CMap Max
MAX will let navigators see Flashing NavAids on chart plotter displays exactly as they appear in real time.
28th Annual Charleston Boat Show Opens Friday
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Essentially an engine kill switch, it comes with a sending unit that, upon becoming completely submerged, transmits a signal to the receiving unit.
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Navionics Platinum+, released in January, makes navigation safer and easier than ever.
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Joining a short list of sunglass companies that have added readers to their lineups, Maui Jim introduces bifocal versions of the Ho'okipa (pictured in black) and Makaha Sport styles.
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Charles Industries has designed StartNow, an automatic starter switch and battery combiner for the average boater.
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The 37-ounce XPs are waterproof to 30 feet, pressurized with nitrogen to 7 psi and available with a magnetic compass.
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Great Neck Saw Manufacturers now offers four Marine Tool Sets with rust-resistant hand tools anchored in a water-resistant case.
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E-Zorb disperses and emulsifies water and ethanol back into the fuel, allowing both to burn safely.
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