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If you are using a GPS, MFD, or cell phone that is less than a year or two old, there is a pretty good chance that you may be using Glonass as well as GPS without realizing it.
With the introduction of Simrad's open-array Halo radar, boaters get solid-state technology combined with a smart user interface.
The best way to keep your hull from getting dinged—or worse—is to simply avoid obstructions. But that’s not always as easy as it sounds. To find out some ways...
Sidescanning sonar is a tremendous tool to understand what's under your boat. Check out these videos that will help improve your comprehension of what the images are showing.
You know that AIS helps you avoid collisions, but you may be surprised at exactly how it works. Read this to find out more.
It used to be that if it was too foggy out, you simply didn’t use your boat. No longer. Developments in electronics have made it so boaters can navigate nimbly and safely...
Sometimes the best way to do something is to get a professional to do it for you. That certainly applies to marine electronics. Read why that is here.
The Intellian GX60 is a satellite-broadband system that uses Inmarsat’s Ka-band Global Xpress service. Global Xpress is a new high-speed broadband service that will provide global...
Simrad is introducing a new radar system compatible with all Simrad multifunction displays.
What can a modern multifunction display do for you?
We tested four different multifunction displays in a real-life setting to discover their pros and cons.
Want to turn your smart phone into a satellite phone?
For anybody who cruises in remote areas, staying in touch is as important as it is difficult. But when your cell service...
These are heady times for marine-navigation systems. New technologies are making it possible to share information with fellow boaters faster and more easily than ever before,...
Why GPS could be more dangerous than you think.
GPS is a fantastic tool, but it’s still only a tool. The person that operates it is ultimately responsible for using...
The way you handle your lines on your boat says a lot about the kind of boater you are. Learn these techniques and knots and you’ll be showing the ropes to your crew and dockmates in short order. Learn the right way to manage lines and tie knots here (including demonstration videos!). ▶
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