The Q Experience, named from the James Bond movies, aims to change the marine-electronics market.
Covering the latest in yachting electronics ranging from VHF communications, marine radar, lighting accessories and beyond.
The Smartgyro SG60 is for stabilizing boats from 55 to 65 feet length overall.
Cruising your yacht on the Intracoastal Waterway requires more of a hands-on approach.
With a little help from above, satellite compasses can make your time on the water safer and more efficient.
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The ultra-thin, flexible Sunreef solar panels can be flush-mounted and can power myriad onboard systems.
Lumishore turns onboard- and underwater-lighting fantasies into realities.
SiriusXM’s Marine Fish Mapping can give anglers an edge and maximize their time on the water.
The KVH TracPhone V30 is more secure, cheaper and uses less power than its predecessor.
The X10 compact gyrostabilizer is made for 35- to 45-foot yachts.
These next-gen yacht-management tools will help owners maximize time on the water.
Volvo Penta’s Assisted Docking System requires Volvo Penta’s Inboard Performance System and its GPS-based Dynamic Positioning System antenna.
Intellian’s v45C provides high-speed satellite communications in the industry’s smallest VSAT radome.
Yachtsense lets owners control all networked devices and systems from a multifunction display or a wireless device.
The updated software is for HDS Live, HDS Carbon and Elite FS fishfinders.
The system gives recreational boaters Internet access up to 20 miles offshore.
Solid security when underway or at anchor is a must-have for all yacht owners.