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A motor boat for real fishermen
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It is called the Jack Sparrow NXT and is an Alcustom AL30 serving champion fisherman Davide Serafini. Equipped with the best of Furuno, Quick, and Suzuki, Jack Sparrow relies on state-of-the-art electronics to locate prey: 15.6-inch TZtouch2 multifunction screen, 14-inch TZtouch multifunction screen, Furuno MCU004 remote control to operate the two TZtouches, Furuno HD19 19-inch monitor, Furuno NAVpilot 300 autopilot, Furuno FM-4800 AIS VHF radio, and Furuno CH300 dual-frequency 60 and 150 Khz sonar.

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