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Explore the world of marine electronics, from the simple to complex. Check out reviews of the latest offerings, tips for installation and how-to tweaks for optimum performance.

Raymarine e7 Wins Innovation Award

Raymarine, a leader in marine electronics, recently announced that its e7 multifunction display was selected for the prestigious IBEX Innovation Award at the opening...

Ducks Unlimited Mobile Apps

Ducks Unlimited, the world's largest nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving North America's waterfowl habitats, released multiple iPhone and Android apps for this fall, providing...
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Furuno Named Manufacturer of the Year

Furuno, world-renowned manufacturer of marine electronics, received several awards at the 2011 National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) Convention in Sanibel, Florida. This brings Furuno's...

Raymarine’s E7 Display

Raymarine's E7 multifunction display uses built in Wi-Fi capabilities to expand charts, sonar, radar and thermal night vision beyond the helm — sending all...

Furuno Forum Launched

As marine electronics evolve, it's easy to become overwhelmed with all of the features and functions available. We've all had to open up the...

Furuno WASSP – Mapping the Bottom

One of the most basic rules of fishing is that you must fish over fish to catch fish — that means you have to...

Touch and Go

Simrad recently invited several members of the Southern California outdoor media to a demo day in Long Beach to show off their latest toys....

Raymarine’s New AIS Units

Raymarine recently introduced two Automatic Identification System (AIS) units that help boaters safely navigate busy waters. AIS operates on the VHF maritime band and...

Protect the Future Reliability of GPS – Don’t Mess with GPS!

The nation's largest boat owners' group, BoatUS, hand delivered more than 15,000 comments from concerned boaters, sailors and anglers to the Federal Communications Commission...
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Chasing Chirps – Simrad BSM-2 Broadband Sounder Review

We cruised along at roughly 20 knots in a 2- to 4-foot chop, and the Simrad BSM-2 Broadband Sounder we were testing never lost...
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