Tuesday, March 20, 2018


Digital Yacht iKommunicate

iKommunicate from Digital Yacht brings the “Internet of Things” to boats

iKommunicate makes next generation interfacing with consumer devices easy and practical on any boat or even other marine assets like ports or buoys.
Spot Camera with skins

Spot on! Remote boat monitoring on a budget

What if you could plug in a Wifi camera via a 5 volt input and the place it on your boat so that it can...
Boat Antennas

Enabling the internet of boats

By now you've probably heard the term "Internet of Things" (IOT). How is it relevant to my boat?
Rogue Wave WiFi Antenna Hardware Update

Rogue Wave WiFi Antenna Upgrade

Is there value in the Rogue Wave WiFi Antenna that extends the range of fewer usable WiFi networks? We upgrade and test to find out...
Garmin Fantom radar 24 inch radomevideo

Garmin news: Fantom radar, Panoptix thru-hull, new MFDs and more

Garmin updates their marine product line. Let's take a look at Garmin's new; multifunction displays, Panoptix thru-hull, Fantom radar radome and more...
Kickstarter Logo

Last chance to kickstart Signal K

In case you missed it in late October, iKommunicate launched on Kickstarter. There are now less than 10 days left in the campaign and I urge you to fund it...

Signal K is on its way!

Your boat is an island and your boat data has been a castaway...
Raymarine Lightouse R17 p2

Raymarine LightHouse R17 part 2: hands-on Navionics Dock-to-dock, SonarChart Live & more

See part 2 of my review of Raymarine Lighthouse 17's new features...
Intel Compute Stick

Intel’s latest compute stick makes a great Windows 10 boat computer

At CES 2016 a couple of days ago Intel announced the second generation of its compute stick it launched a year ago to mixed reviews...

Garmin acquires Navionics

Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN) today announced that it has acquired Navionics S.p.A., a privately-held worldwide provider of electronic navigational charts and mobile applications for the marine industry.
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