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Covering the latest in yachting electronics ranging from VHF communications, marine radar, lighting accessories and beyond.
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Videoworks envisions a system that monitors emotions and adapts the onboard environment to match.
How to put a Vimar switching and outlet system together that is best for your specific application.
Garmin’s Surround View gives skippers 360-degree visibility and a bird’s-eye view in close quarters.
Dockmate Red is for boats with common analog controls for engines and thrusters.
Using a yacht’s stabilizers, trim controls and rudder, CMC Marine’s Argo helps provide a smoother ride.
Videoworks can improve life aboard by creating a wholistic, integrated network of technologies.
We chose six stand-out category leaders in the world of marine technology.
The challenges can be many, but the rewards, like not sacrificing a cruising season, are just as fruitful.
The two-way satellite communication device is now available at a reduced price.
Icom’s M510 has wireless features to simplify VHF radio communications.
The Q Experience, named from the James Bond movies, aims to change the marine-electronics market.
The Smartgyro SG60 is for stabilizing boats from 55 to 65 feet length overall.