New technology eliminates on-screen "noise" from three of Raymarine's fish finders.
This new two-lever model replaces common six-lever controls for high-horsepower engines.
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.
The chart plotter portion of the CE33 incorporates the Advanced Chart Management System, allowing you to...
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.
GlobalMap 1600 combines all the features of a high-end electronic charting system into much smaller unit.
Digital cartography offers a good-news, bad-news situation as far as the consumer is concerned," says Magellan's Jim White. "The good news is that these terrific technologies let fishermen see at a...
More channels equals faster and more reliable GPS tracking.
Like death and taxes, electronic integration is inevitable. Fortunately, when you know how to benefit from this, today's smart electronics (and their users) become even smarter.
New VHF squelches your old ideas about small radio performance.
Magellan touts its powerful PC-compatible MAP 330 as the hand-held with the most memory and most detailed maps for work or play.
Understanding the difference between high and low-frequency sounders can mean the difference between seeing fish and seeing echoes.
CMAP-NT navigational software includes information about nearby ports and facilities.
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.