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Maintenance Reminders to Your Inbox

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted October 2012

VesselVanguard is a cloud-based service that tracks your boat’s equipment and reminds you of everything that needs to be done to keep her running smoothly. Learn more about the...

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Raymarine a-Series Multifunction Displays

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted October 2012

The Raymarine a-Series of multifunction displays is engineered for boats up to 30 feet.

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KEP Marine KCAM-IP2HD Network Camera

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted October 2012

KEP Marine’s KCAM-IP2HD network camera combines high-definition imaging with Internet Protocol (IP) functionality for a variety of onboard functions, including surveillance and...

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Airmar 150WX

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted October 2012

With an Airmar WX150, you may not need ever to ask again. Seven sensors are housed in a single plug-and-play device. All the better to know when NOAA is wrong, at least where you...

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Helm Electronics

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted October 2012

With helm arrays looking to serve both novice and technically savvy users, electronics packages are offering more than ever.

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Maretron TSM1330

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted October 2012

Your boat is a star—especially to your eye. Why not give it a shot at the big screen? Connect the boat’s NMEA 2000 backbone to Maretron’s TSM1330 display and you...

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Simrad EG70 GPS-EPIRB

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted September 2012

It never hurts to pay attention to safety gear and keep your boat’s kit up to date. That said, the Simrad EG70 GPS-EPIRB has some clever design features and components that...

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Garmin 19x GPS Antenna

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted September 2012

Garmin’s new 19x has a 10-hertz update rate, and works with the Russian GLONASS, the Japanese Quasi-Zenith, and Europe’s Galileo sysemt for more accurate positioning.

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Choose the Right VHF Antenna

By Tim Bartlett | Posted September 2012

Just as different hulls fare better in different conditions, so VHF antennas are designed to provide better performance. The question is: Which antenna is right for your boat? Get...

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Raymarine e165

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted September 2012

New Electronics Update Raymarine introduced the e165, a multifunction display (MFD) with a 15.4-inch LCD screen boasting a 16:9 aspect ratio. The MFD networks with up to six...

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Lowrance Link-5 VHF

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted August 2012

The Lowrance Link-5 is a 25-watt DSC-enabled VHF radio. Built on a robust chassis, the Link-5 is housed in a rubber-molded case rated to IPX7—that means it can be immersed...

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Eartec COMSTAR Communication System

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted August 2012

Effective communication reduces stress and improves the experience for everyone aboard, especially when conditions are less than ideal. The Eartec COMSTAR System connects up to...

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How Beacons Work

By Peter Swanson | Posted August 2012

Here’s how emergency position-indicating rescue beacons work.

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