The Garmin GMR 2524 xHD2 seems to have a lot to offer in its capabilities, particularly something called Pulse Expansion.
With a 4-kilowatt transceiver inside, the DRS4DL Radar from Furuno doubles the available power of the previous model in the same 19-inch radome.
You can go big, but don’t forget to keep it simple.
Do you really need more than a tablet and some apps to navigate?
Remote-mic VHF setups do more than ever. What will they do for you?
The speed of today’s electronics may present boaters with overwhelming amounts of data in the blink of an eye, but it’s more than processing power that lets these devices deliver...
In reporting a story on VHF capabilities and second-station and wireless-remote mics, the sources to whom I spoke mentioned the importance of carrying a handheld VHF for that...
Electronic charts are great, no doubt. But the second you start thinking they’re foolproof is the second you’re in trouble. Here’s how to avoid the pitfalls.
Good Electronics installers have seen it all. Let Them Help You See The Light.
The Vestas Wind debacle raises points about maximizing your radar picture.
Never before has the underwater picture around your boat been so useful, and it’s only getting better.
Your boat may be about to benefit from a worldwide competition to provide the best satellite navigation signals. Read all about it here.
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.
When Regulator Marine decided to vault the 40-foot mark, they did it as only the North Carolina builder can: quad Yamaha outboards, an Armstrong bracket, and a hull ready for virtually any conditions. See the details here. ▶
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