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New Helm Candy from Navico

The parent company’s Simrad, Lowrance and B&G brands have 8 new models combined.

December 24, 2015
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TotalScan Transducer

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GO7 XSE Chart Plotter

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GO5 SXE Chart Plotter

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Elite Ti Chart Plotter

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Hook Fishfinders

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Hook-3x Fishfinder

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Vulcan 5 Chart Plotter

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Vulcan 7FS Chart Plotter

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Simrad, Lowrance and B&G — all part of the Navico family of brands — have released a combined 8 new products for yachts.

New from Simrad: The TotalScan Transducer is an all-in-one unit that combines CHIRP technology with high-resolution StructureScan HD and DownScan Imaging technology.

The Simrad GO7 XSE is a modified version of the GO7 chart plotter that offers TotalScan and ForwardScan Sonar, as well as TripIntel that shows fuel range overlaid on charts.

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The GO5 XSE is Simrad’s first 5-inch standalone fishfinder/chart plotter, and includes TotalScan, ForwardScan Sonar and TripIntel.

New from Lowrance: This version of the TotalScan Transducer (described above) is for Lowrance product owners.

The Elite Ti is a new series of fishfinder/chart plotters that comes in 5- and 7-inch displays. Units have CHIRP sonar, StructureScan HD and DownScan imaging, as well as integrated wireless connectivity through GoFree.

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Hook Fishfinders are a new series available in 4-, 5-, 7- and 9-inch displays with CHIRP sonar and DownScan Imaging. Also part of the Hook series are Ice Machine models in 4- and 5-inch versions, the Hook-3x with BroadBand Sounder and the Hook-3x DSI with DownScan Imaging.

New from B&G: The Vulcan 5 is a 5-inch standalone chart plotter with pinch-to-zoom, built-in GPS and more.

The Vulcan 7FS adds ForwardScan Sonar to the previously released Vulcan 7 standalone unit. The 7FS is compatible with GoFree and NMEA 2000 networks.

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Where to learn more: visit www.navico.com.

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