Garmin designed its GPSMAP 188/188C -- a rugged 5.5-inch, multiple-function split-screen chart plotter and fish finder -- especially for installation in an open cockpit or overhead box.
SkyMate starts at $799 -- by far the least expensive satcom system on the market.
Any 10.4-inch model in the current NavNet lineup can be controlled via a hidden black box controller.
Anyone who has performed a balancing act on the gunwale of a center-console fishing boat while trying to hurriedly lower outriggers can immediately grasp the significance of the Auto-Rigger.
Anglers who can't tote a personal computer on board when they want to track the weather can now see real-time weather graphics on their chart plotter.
The FishMapper chart-plotter program, an impressive fishing-trip planning tool, features a database of 8,000 artificial and natural reefs and 8,800 oil/gas rigs plotted on an easy-to-use, fully...
This wireless remote-control unit (about the size of a Palm Pilot) allows a captain to operate a vessel as though he's in two places at once.
Charles Marine's two series of superior battery chargers can safeguard your electrical needs.
Right-size your electronics to focus on finding fish.
Magellan (owned by Thales Navigation) offers full-featured GPS chart plotters with plenty of options and accessories. The FX324 Map ($499.99, mono display) and FX324 Map Color ($799.99) feature one-...
Long runs to the fishing grounds and hours of trolling pass by much more pleasantly with good music or sports playing.
Various marine electronics manufacturers engineer different backup methods into their units, and a few actually appreciate the importance of providing an easy way to safeguard our information.
Minn Kota's new onboard charger offers flexibilty for charging trolling motors.
This flush-mount housing allows captains to tilt their Simrad components.
This personal location device includes GPS.