It pays to have the right electronics on board. Here is the best


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People often underestimate the importance of on-board instrumentation, but in fact, increasingly, electronics are critical when navigating. The latest technologies are very useful for any person who navigates, especially for fishermen or would-be fishermen, who will find many tools to make their activities easier.


The ultimate in technology for your boat

The products of the four brands of Navico, B&G, C-MAP, Lowrance, Simrad, include, for example, displays Simrad of the GO series. This is a very complete product with a touchscreen display, Integrated GPS, a echosounder, the wireless connectivity and the NMEA 2000® network . The simple and intuitive visualization is similar to that of a smartphone or tablet and can be customized to suit your needs by choosing which features to highlight most prominently so that they are always just a click away.

Are you a fisherman? Here’s what you need to mount on board!

Fishing with the right instrumentation makes your life much easier, both at sea and in fresh water. Lowrance, a historic brand of marine electronics, has designed instruments tailored for fishermen that are useful in any situation. One example is the Live Sonar ActiveTarget™ , which allows the user to sound out the position of fish around the boat and monitor their movements, studying how they behave around the bait thanks to the ultra-high-resolution display on the screen. Then there is the HOOK Reveal fishfinder and chartplotter, available in 9-, 7-, and 5-inch models, which makes it easier to find and identify fish by mapping the area in real time.

Contact Navico from its booth at Milan Yachting Week

Here you will find the email form to fill out if you want to contact Navico directly. Visit here all the solutions and instrumentation exhibiting at Milan Yachting Week.



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