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11 September 2023

63rd Genoa International Boat Show News – From Navico Group the four top navigation brands, and more

Navico Group will be joining the 63rd Genoa International Boat Show with all of the latest products from its brands dedicated to navigation, B&G, Simrad Yachting, Lowrance and C-Map to which is added the innovative and revolutionary Fathom e-Power System for onboard energy management.

The Fathom e-Power System is a fully integrated system that stores and supplies the energy needed on board, converts the power generated by Mercury engines (V10/V12) and monitors and manages, with a view to efficiency, every process thanks to the combination of the powerful components offered by Navico Group’s leading brands, including Mastervolt, BEP, CZone, Ancor and Blue Sea.

Lowrance, a brand synonymous worldwide with fishing electronics since 1957, offers its new top of the range HDS PRO chartplotter/fishfinder, capable of offering total connectivity and control from bow to stern, including trolling motors, autopilots, engines, radar, communications and connectivity and the new ActiveTarget 2 live sonar and Active Imaging 3-in-1 HD. Also, for the world of fishing, Lowrance is offering 15-minute 1-2-1 consultations with its Ambassadors during the Boat Show.

B&G, the world’s leading manufacturer of sailing electronics, is exhibiting the brand new Zeus S – a chartplotter with a new operating system designed to maximise ease of use.

Finally, Simrad Yachting presents the new NSX multifunction display, the latest evolution of chartplotters and fishfinders for mid-range powerboats in the Simrad line.

www.navico.com

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