New safety equipment you can count on.
The latest in navigational equipment
Navionics Platinum+, released in January, makes navigation safer and easier than ever.
Essentially an engine kill switch, it comes with a sending unit that, upon becoming completely submerged, transmits a signal to the receiving unit.
Compatible with all USA, Canadian and International formats, the LVR-880 offers 10 marine weather channels with channel naming and is JIS-7 waterproof/submersible.
All the expansion modules for the 797c2 SI are adaptable to the 787c2 SI as well.
Featuring a very narrow outer bezel, the 17-inch screen takes up approximately as much space as wider-bezel 15-inchers.
Furuno has introduced a black-box fish-finder module for its NavNet system.
A new class D DSC transceiver from Raymarine
The Swift Hitch allows you to back onto your trailer with no assistance and no constant back-and-forth checking.
The 178C comes with your choice of a 50/200 kHz or a straight 200 kHz transom-mount transducer; or order it without a transducer.
The A60 can operate as a split screen and can handle both chart-plotter and fish-finder interfaces at the same time.
Designed to complement tunable sounders, the R209 can hit any frequency in the transducer's range, which allows the operator to adjust beam width to depth as required.
The unit offers integrated short-circuit protection and overheat/overload shutdown safety features.