With this engine you keep the boat stable and fish in all conditions

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Garmin Kraken
Garmin Kraken

Force Kraken is the name of the latest trolling motor presented by Garmin. It is an electric auxiliary motor that can be attached and used at the bow to hold the boat in place or for slower, more precise navigation.

Kraken – The features of Garmin’s new trolling engine

The newest addition to the Garmin range is the most powerful trolling motor on the market thanks to its 24- or 36-volt brushless motor capable of producing a thrust of 80 or 100 pounds. The particularly long mast (63, 75 or 90 inches) and new base allow installation on any boat, even those with high freeboard and little bow space. The Force Kraken uses GPS and AHRS (attitude and heading reference system) to keep the boat’s course and position stable, even in heavy sea and headwind conditions, in complete silence. The engine can be controlled from Garmin chartplotters, wireless remote control, or via the Garmin quatix7 smartwatch. Completing the engine’s equipment are the GT56UHD integrated transducer and the LiveScope transducer (optional) that provide detailed images of the seabed and fish.


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