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Covering the latest in yachting electronics ranging from VHF communications, marine radar, lighting accessories and beyond.
The new battery expands the InSight Series product line at Navico Group.
The marine lithium battery reportedly weighs 70 percent less than the lead-acid equivalent.
A modern handheld VHF radio can make time afloat better and safer.
The control system allows skippers to change modes without pushing buttons.
Hercules is a sailing performance processor with advanced data, settings, connectivity and compatibility.
Aceleron’s Essential batteries are built for modular power storage, easy service and simple upgrades.
Intellian’s FB500 keeps the communication flowing reliably during rough weather and at high latitudes.
Autonomous-navigation technology from Avikus could change the future of yachting.
Wiring underwater boat lights is a fairly straightforward job, and rigging no-drill options is even easier.
GOST’s Universal Control Unit works on yachts with wireless or hardwired systems.
Navarino and Vikand are partnering to combine high-speed connectivity with maritime healthcare.
Raymarine will provide navigation equipment and YachtSense digital switching.
The VHF Data Exchange System is poised to revolutionize onboard communications and situational awareness.
A look inside Airmar Technology Corp. at its Milford, New Hampshire, headquarters.
ACR’s ResQLink AIS Personal Locator Beacon is a sophisticated device.