Mercury Marine’s new system is compatible with V-8, V-10 and V-12 Verado outboards up to 600 horsepower.
Covering the latest in yachting electronics ranging from VHF communications, marine radar, lighting accessories and beyond.
Starlink is making it easier and less expensive for boaters to stay better connected in countless locations.
Garmin’s GMR xHD3 open-array radars give skippers a clearer picture of what’s all around the boat.
The NSX Ultrawide display is as much as 63 percent wider than NSX versions.
The wireless remote controls for yachts now include the Dockmate Positioning System.
All of your boat’s systems depend on the switch panel, so be sure it’s wired up right. Here’s How.
MARSS’ MOBtronic combines cameras, radar and AI to identify person-overboard emergencies.
Raymarine’s Axiom 2 multifunction displays are a solid fit for cruisers and anglers alike.
Videoworks’ SD-WAN aggregates multiple protocols to deliver faster, more reliable connectivity.
To spend extended time aboard your boat, you need all the power you can get.
The Hinckley JetStick 4 adds technology updates for a confidence-inspiring helm experience.
Marss’s NiDAR CUAS Compact system sends unwelcome drones packing.
Aqua superPower’s E-boat charging stations and network are helping to power greener boating.
The Zipwake Integrator Module connects the trim system with eight brands of multifunction displays.
These chargers have bi-directional technology for use with service and starter batteries.
Iridium’s Certus network can keep cruisers connected when they’re plying seldom-seen waters.