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Garmin quatix Marine Watch Joins the Crew to Provide More Information at Sea

Garmin, the global leader in satellite navigation, today announced quatix, its first GPS watch designed for passionate mariners, both power and sail.

B&G brings Touch Sensible technology to new Multifunction Display range

B&G is pleased to announce the new Zeus Touch range of multifunction displays. These unique sail-specific networked devices are packed full of functionality and are easy to use thanks to the intuitive Touch Sensible interface.

Sailing Specific Navigation At A Touch

B&G is pleased to announce the new Zeus Touch range of multifunction displays. These unique sailing-specific networked devices are packed with functionality and are easy to use thanks to the intuitive Touch Sensible interface.

New Satelite TV, The Digitalvision TV5 From Digital Yacht

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Digital Yacht has launched the DigitalVision TV5 satellite TV system for boats. It is a fully automatic and stabilised satellite tracking system, so TV can be received even whilst underway or at anchor with no manual realignment of the antenna required.

Rouen 24 hour race results

The world famous 24 hour endurance race was plagued by wet and windy weather with waves in excess of 3 feet making Rouen 2007 reportedly one of the roughest races ever.