The low-light GCL 20 specializes in dawn, dusk and light-fog viewing.
Multiple touch means users control the touch-screen like a smartphone display, with two-finger gestures such as pinch to zoom.
The receiver and transceiver modules come with Rmax AIS technology for rapid processing and maximum range.
The M424 features 25 watts of power and 10-watt loudspeaker output, and is compatible with the new COMMANDMICIV (HM-195) remote control.
Raymarine’s CP450C Clear Pulse CHIRP sonar module operates in a wide range of sonar frequencies simultaneously
The Mobile Link unit connects to the receiver via USB and then wirelessly links with a mobile device
Raymarine has introduced e9 and e12 versions and a new c-Series of displays with keypad controls
The unit uses GPS to enable automated distress calls, position sharing and other DSC features
The Galaxy offers a high-gloss polyurethane finish, brass and copper elements
The Gen2 models offer double the memory of the original units
Jeppesen has introduced its Plan2Nav app for iPad and iPhone devices
Fusion’s own NRX200 uses NMEA 2000 for optional display of system data like depth or speed
The NavPilot 700 series autopilots feature Furuno’s new Economy and Precision modes that combine to provide fuel and power savings of up to 2.5 percent
Navico (parent company to Lowrance and Simrad Yachting) has introduced Broadband 4G Radar.
The GDL 40 communicates with nearby cellular network signals to receive data from Digital Cyclone, a subsidiary of Garmin.