What you need to know to make sure you're getting all you can from your marine electronics.
More channels equals faster and more reliable GPS tracking.
Simrad's new RA41 and RA42 radars sport wide, high-resolution LCD screens with room to display short- and long-range views side by side.
The new GPS system offers small-boat owners greater accuracy, more features and greater memory.
ComNavs 2001 brings a full measure of piloting features to boats of all sizes.
DOA's soft plastic lures make great plugs for tarpon.
Besides displaying coordinates, today's GPS units interface with other electronics on the bridge for unprecedented convenience.
Thanks to new technology, today's radars crop up on much smaller boats and require little more knowledge or effort to install, maintain and use than a GPS or VHF radio.
The new Airmar P7 in-hull transducer's unique housing adjusts to compensate for any hull deadrise from 2 to 22 degrees.
This VHF has more features than you can handle.
Understanding the difference between high and low-frequency sounders can mean the difference between seeing fish and seeing echoes.
This PC-compatible deep sea fishing game takes anglers in pursuit of 22 different species.
Today's autorpilots can do much more than most fishermen Ask of them. Are you getting the most from yours?
The low-profile KVH TracVision Cruiser - a compact, gyro-stabilized antenna - is designed to fit most boats.
Todays VHF telephone service is the best ever and its about to get better.