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A connected chartplotter with a stunning level of performance & functionality.
Introducing the Vulcan Series chartplotters. Perfect for entry-level and smaller vessels.
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B&G's award winning SailSteer technology features in many of B&G's chartplotteres including Vulcan and Zeus2.
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B&G’s H5000 instrument and autopilot systems combine unique sailing features with race-proven technology in a straightforward package.
Triton² provides sailors with a clear view of key instrument data. Combine with a Triton² Pilot Keypad for complete autopilot control.
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Zeus³ is a complete chartplotter navigation system for blue water cruisers and regatta racers.
5", 7" and 9" chartplotters with dedicated features such as SailSteer, Laylines, and instrument displays; plus Wi-Fi for integration with sailing apps & services.
Zeus² integrates seamlessly with your network including Broadband Radar, AIS, CZone Digital Switching and much more.
Keep in touch with the B&G sailing-specific VHF range, for the ultimate in on water communications.
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ForwardScan® forward-looking sonar shows what lies ahead under the water with approaching depth information.
Award-winning Broadband Radar will keep constant watch over you and your crew.
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Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave - the technology that enables B&G's Broadband Radar models to perform using a fraction of the transmission power (millwatts vs. kilowatts) of traditional pulse radars.
A measure of your speed towards the wind. A boat sailing at 90 degrees to the wind has a VMG of zero, a boat sailing at 45 degrees to the wind at 10 knots Boat Speed has a VMG of just over 7 knots.