View Full Version : What Electronics set up (chartplotter, fish finder, radar) do you have on your boat?

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08-31-2007, 08:39 AM
furuno gp7000fnt

08-31-2007, 01:03 PM
....a hand held compass, astrolobe and sextant for navigation. Two cups and a string for communication. A sounding weight for depth finder. And as many sets of eyes on lookout as there are passengers.

Works respectably in daylight hours..........;-)

08-31-2007, 01:23 PM
I have an old Garmin 185 Map/Sounder, Icom 55 VHF, an old icom s (yes s)-700 SSB, and an old Raytheon XX20 radar. As back up I carry an Aquafix EPIRB and an old Garmin GPS II Plus handheld.

08-31-2007, 04:46 PM
Twin Raymarine c-120's
Raymarine Autopilot St-6002
Raymarine 4kw open array radar
Airmar through hull transducer 600 watt

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2007 Hydrasport Vector CC
Twin Yamaha 250 4's

08-31-2007, 05:55 PM

For a chartplotter, I have a Garmin 192C, which is the same as the 498, but without the depth finder built in. I have had outstanding success with Garmin's GPS units

For fishfinder, I have a Lowrance 320DF. I opted for the B/W version, but the color unit is nice, too.

For backup, I have the Lowrance M68C, a color GPS/fishfinder that really does a nice job, as well as a Garmin GPS III handheld.


08-31-2007, 07:21 PM
Furuno 582 sounder
Furuno VX2- Plotter GPS- 9" display W/ Remote
Furuno 1670 Radar W/ 24 mile open array
Furuno GP-32 Back Up GPS/Plotter
Furuno-VHF, Icom VHF, Icom Hand Held
AP-12 interphased to GPS and Radar.
Jensen Marine Sound W/ Jensen Amps.
Polaroid 27" Flat screen TV/Monitor

harry buggs
08-31-2007, 11:49 PM
got a stern light on my yak. eat fish 3 or 4 times a week.


09-01-2007, 12:00 AM
Furuno 1720 NavNet 7" dual screen Chartplotter/GPS and Fishfinder.

Furuno 1735 (i think) NavNet Radar with 34m radome

Icom VHF radio with enhanced antenna

Handheld waterproof VHF radio

05-19-2008, 10:31 PM
Brandon, My electronics are as follows: 2 Icom 502 radios hooked up to 2 digital antennas, Icom command mic, Uniden MHS 550 handheld vhf as back up, ACR Globalfix 406 epirb with internal GPS, Lowrance LCX-113C HD Plotter/Sounder with 1000 watt tilted angle low profile transducer coupled up with LRA 4000 Open array radar and Lowrance sounder 1 digital sonar module, old school Sitex 106 CRT bottom machine for back up, Icom GPS set up to read Loran numbers, Megellan handheld GPS for back up and a Dual CD player. RED EYE-24 TOPAZ