As a world leader in marine electronics, Simrad demonstrates how technologies combine to a produce a single product for most navigational needs. Simrad's CX series is a multi-function NavStation, which allows you to see all functions at once- such as radar, chartplotter, and fishfinder- or you can start out with just the GPS chartplotter and add other functions step by step. The units are available in a number of different sizes.  Click a link to go to the product and the 9-part video owner's manual. 

  • CX54
  • CX44
  • CX34
  • CX33

    To learn more about Simrad click here.

  • C-MAP's new dynamic and interactive chart technology is revolutionizing the way electronic charts look and how they're being used. MAX brings new life to the electronic chart, combining unparalleled levels of chart accuracy and detail, striking presentation and a huge collection of new Value Added Data. Building on the incredible success of NT+, winner of the NMEA Best Electronic Charts award for the last 6 years, MAX empowers a new generation of chart plotters with truly "knock-out" performance.

    MAX features innovations never before seen in the recreational market - flashing NavAids, animated currents, embedded photos, C-marina charts, Perspective View, coastal roads, land elevations, Points-of-Interest, and much more! A host of new MAX-compatible chart plotters are available from Furuno, Simrad, SI-TEX, Standard Horizon, Interphase and Navman.

    To learn more about C-MAP click here.

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    The deluxe TracVision G4-HP is the premier 18" diameter DVB (Digital Video Broadcast)-compatible, high-performance marine satellite TV system. Featuring KVH's award-winning GyroTrac Digital Gyro Compass providing unsurpassed satellite acquisition and unparalleled system control, it is ideal for vessels 35 feet and larger. The system automatically identifies, acquires, and tracks satellite signals from a range of DIRECTV and DVB-compatible satellites, even in geographic areas with weaker satellite signal strength.

    According to KVH, the TracVision G4-HP provides commercial-grade performance in the most extreme conditions, even when installed 40 feet in the air on the top of a tuna tower on a vessel traveling at speeds of up to 40 knots! Whether your vessel is at the dock, at anchor, or in rough seas, TracVision G4-HP will bring you hundreds of channels of uninterrupted, crystal-clear digital entertainment with CD-quality sound.

    To learn more about KVH click here.


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    NavNet vx2 Navigation System by Furuno

    Furuno's NavNet vx2 is the next generation of their award-winning integrated navigation system, expanding the system's Ethernet capabilities to offer more options for connecting multiple displays and personal computers.

    Originally introduced in 2001, NavNet presents chart plotter, radar, and fishfinder information on single or multiple 7-inch or 10.4-inch VGA displays in nearly limitless configurations. NavNet vx2 is also offered as a black box, feeding information to any display such as Furuno's new ultra-bright 12- and 15- inch LCD monitors.

    Thanks to a new partnership with MaxSea navigation software, a standard Ethernet connection to any PC can not only share information with NavNet vx2, but completely control all functions such as radar range, gain, rain clutter, sea clutter, and allows preplanning a voyage at home and then transferring the information to the NavNet once aboard.

    To learn more about this technology click here.

     

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    Shakespeare's CA-819 Cellphone Amplifier

    Shakespeare Electronics continue to update their cell phone accessories with the release of the CA-819 cell phone amplifier.  This amplifier is specifically designed to work with virtually any cellphone. The CA-819 is available in both wired and wireless versions and-according to Shakespeare-has many benefits including better range and fewer dropped calls.  Great for offshore and near coastal boating!

    To learn more about Shakespeare click here.

     

    Raymarine's New E-Series

    Raymarine's new E-Series multifunction navigation displays show off their new high-speed networking and ultra bright color displays by adding the ability to display video from up to four sources, such as engine room cameras, infrared night-vision equipment, trolled "fish-cams", and even satellite television or DVD players. The all-new SeaTalk hs Network transfers information at up to 100 megabits per second- ten times faster than the previous SeaTalk hs protocol- which allows near limitless information sharing between displays. Any 8.4 inch E80 or 12.1 inch E120 display can instantly alternate as a full function chart plotter, radar, fishfinder, video monitor, or even engine instrument display.

    To learn more about Raymarine click here.

     
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