With an increased number of connected devices on board, it’s time to rethink your boat’s digital security.
The Dockmate wireless remote allows the user to control engines, thrusters, windlasses and horn away from the helm.
The LTE-1 allows music streaming and communication services like FaceTime to be accessed while well offshore.
Clear communications on board via full-duplex wireless headsets have proven to be an extremely useful tool for this full-time cruising family.
An IPS-equipped Prestige 460 is an ideal partner to trial Raymarine's new assisted docking system.
Dock Like A Boss: Raymarine looks to de-stress docking with their joystick-enabled DockSense.
The next step in mapping, LiDAR utilizes high-tech lasers to give us the most accurate maps yet.
Modern GPS plotters like the Garmin GPSMAP 742xs have speedily evolved over the past two decades. And they’re not stopping any time soon.
A SiriusXM Marine Weather receiver is easy to install, easy to use, and handier than a boathook during a dicey docking.
Cordsafe has taken a cue from the seatbelt alarm in your car to keep you connected.
Internet access is right up there with food and fuel when running the Great Loop. Here’s how one family stayed connected.
Whether you own a trailerable center console or an oceangoing cruiser, Furuno’s new lineup has something for everyone.
Garmin's new 742xs GPS Plotter is easy to install and intuitive to use, making it a great addition to any cruise. The Power & Motoryacht crew tested it on Capt. Bill Pike's Betty Jane II
The Power & Motoryacht crew tests SiriusXM Marine Weather on Capt. Bill Pike’s Betty Jane II.
After a father and his two young sons were forced to abandon ship, a simple personal locator beacon was the piece of equipment that saved their lives.