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Navico Launches WM-4 Receiver for SiriusXM

The marine satellite receiver delivers weather and fishing information on board.

March 2, 2020
Navico WM-4 Receiver
The WM-4 delivers weather and fishing information to Lowrance HDS Live and HDS Carbon, Simrad NSS evo3 and NSO evo3, and B&G Zeus3 and Zeus3 Glass Helm systems. Courtesy Navico

Navico, the parent company of Lowrance, Simrad, B&G and C-Map, has launched the WM-4 Marine Satellite Receiver for SiriusXM weather and audio.

The WM-4 replaces the company’s WM-3 Marine Satellite Receiver. It delivers weather and fishing information to Lowrance HDS Live and HDS Carbon, Simrad NSS evo3 and NSO evo3, and B&G Zeus3 and Zeus3 Glass Helm systems.

With the WM-4 and a subscription to SiriusXM Marine Satellite Weather or Fish Mapping, boaters can view weather and fishing data on top of a chart on compatible multifunction displays. The WM-4 offers access to more than 140 SiriusXM radio channels at a discount, when an audio subscription is added to a weather subscription.

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The new module requires one of four subscription packages: inland, coastal, offshore or fish mapping.

“We are thrilled to partner with SiriusXM to add powerful functionality to our line of multifunction displays,” Knut Frostad, president and CEO of Navico, stated in a press release. “Whether you are embarking on a long sailing passage or entered in a high-stakes fishing tournament, the WM-4 Satellite Weather Receiver provides the information you need.”

For more information, visit: lowrance.com, simrad-yachting.com, bandg.com or c-map.com

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