Electronics

Electronics
As any boat owner will attest, electronics are a key part of the entire boating experience. Electronics ranging from a simple GPS to security cameras, to the latest in audio video equipment are essential to optimizing the enjoyment of your vessel as well as addressing all safety needs. Southern Boating has watched the technological advances that have changed the face of boating since it began in 1973 and has remained a resource for boat owners to stay abreast of the fast paced changes in this space. Southern Boating online offers a library of well thought and comprehensively researched articles on topics related to boating electronics of all kinds. Browse this section of southerboating.com to find useful information such as the latest in high tech audio components for your boat, the decision to invest in a Personal Locator Beacon as opposed to the Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon, Satellite Phones, Fish Locators, LED Lighting and much more. Check back often as our Southern Boating editors continually add reviews of the latest and greatest in electronics information for your reference.

Hubbell Marine YG100PLUS Intelligent Y Adapter

Hubbell Marine’s YG100PLUS Intelligent Y Adapter allows yacht owners with 100-amp, 125/250 AC electricity the capability to hook up to pedestals with one or...

Signaling Horn Innovations

Kahlenberg’s new electronic horn raises the bar. The last thing you need when pulling someone else’s yacht out into the fairway of an unfamiliar, and...

Signs it’s time to head back to shore

Summer brings the perfect conditions for a day out on the water. Whether you’re taking the boat out for a solitary cruise or showing friends...

JL Audio MediaMaster® MM100s

JL Audio’s newest marine audio source unit, the MediaMaster® MM100s, is marine grade and weatherproof. This unit features advanced audio elements particular for marine...

Thrusters: Thunder from Down Under

Marine thrusters to the rescue Docking is by far the most intimidating part of boating. Ask any boater and they’ll tell you that it’s not...

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