Two new additions to the Piranha line are rugged and run on AAA-size batteries.
New technology eliminates on-screen "noise" from three of Raymarine's fish finders.
The chart plotter portion of the CE33 incorporates the Advanced Chart Management System, allowing you to...
This compact little unit from the Land Down Under has one of the largest and highest-resolution screens in the entry-level echo-sounder field.
In the course-plot mode, you can choose from true-motion north-up or course-up, along with relative motion north-up and course up.
By combining charts, weather and satellite images, then displaying time-based information, you can spot trends and predict optimal conditions for finding fish.
Todays VHF telephone service is the best ever and its about to get better.
Use radar to spot birds feeding beyond the naked eye.
Operating a boat at night can be a risky and stressful business. Realistically, most loran and GPS units shouldn't be relied upon as the sole means of navigation at night. Obviously, being able to...
Thanks to miniturization, even small fishing boats can use the same high-end navigational and sounding equipment as larger rigs.
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.
This computer-controlled VHF direction finder that works with your existing VHF radio to locate the direction of radio signal sources.
Since most of us use only a small percentage of the capabilities built into today's better sounders, buying a new unit often means paying for bells and whistles we'll never use.