Your boat’s electronics are already old. Find out how to renew it


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Renovate your boat, making it “up to date” or, better said, appropriate to the times. How? With new accessories. We searched for you at Milan Yachting Week – The digital Boat Show, the first virtual boat show with over 500 products, what to recommend.

We offer a tour of the top in-vehicle electronics that can improve your boat. You will find that there is so much that electronics/computer science can do that you never dared to think about. Here is the result.

Changing electronic instruments: Garmin tells you why

Every year you would have to change electronic instrumentation to keep up with the continuous innovations in this field. This, however, costs a lot of money. It is therefore convenient to take a pragmatic approach: what do I really need and especially how to make everything integrated? We’ve got the world leader in this segment, Garmin Marine, to give you the integrated solutions that will last you for years.

And he divided them, in his booth at Milan Yachting Week, by boat size to make it easier to learn about the offerings.

Find out now what it takes to have a top boat today by size. Here is everything you need from small to medium-sized boats:

But Garmin’s instrumentation certainly doesn’t stop there. An important chapter the company reserves for electronic instrumentation of boats from 24 to 34 meters. Here’s everything you need to know about superyachts.

Garmin is then a brand that also specializes in fishing electronics. Here are all the tips for your fishing boat

Fishing boats – Click here

Find out now how to improve your boat, just go
In the Garmin Marine booth.

News by Milano Yachting Week



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