Rest assured that your boat and equipment is safe with a marine security system.
Switching back and forth between a collision-avoiding close-range scale and a navigation-enhancing long-range view on your radar can become a nuisance. New technology from Simrad puts an end to it.
With Marinco's family of SeaLink accessories, you're sure to get the connection your electronics deserve.
ICOM, a leading manufacturer of communication and navigation equipment, has announced the IC-M502, the next generation marine VHF radio.
This was the first digital single-sideband marine telephone on the market.
The slanting gray cloud stretched from the sky down to the sea and ran directly across the course of the Hatteras and as far as the eye could see to each side. Somewhere inside that opaque wall was...
No so very long ago, making a telephone call from far offshore cost a fortune. You needed to buy a single-sideband radio, then install it in your boat (not an easy affair with the special wiring...
SI-TEX's most popular sounder in the company's history received enough improvements in 1 to rate a Mark II designation.
Designed to fit most cable systems,this new wheel pilot unit incorporates a drive motor, solenoid clutch and built-in rudder feedback for precise control.
Most radars, although good for navigation, storm tracking and collision avoidance, cant excel at all those jobs at once.
What you need to know to make sure you're getting all you can from your marine electronics.
This hand-held GPS can be pregrogrammed to include maps that will enhance navigation.
The company that won the NMEA award for best vector charts for the third year in a row has just redesigned its entire North American portfolio of charts.
The Weatherguide provides essential information such as instant temperature and barometric pressure readings, 24-hour trend graphs and 24-hour animated weather forecasts.
The Furuno GP31 replaces the popular GP30 as a GPS unit the company specifically targets toward smaller boats.