Connecting a Garmin 400 or 500 Series Plotter to iAIS

The Garmin 400 and 500 series plotters are some of the most popular small boat chart plotters on the market and it is not surprising that we get many enquiries about how to connect our products to them. Normally customers … Continue reading

Digital Yacht’s iAIS Wins DAME Electronic Award

UK manufacturer, Digital Yacht, has won the electronics category of 2011 DAME Award at METS (Marine Equipment Trade Show).  The prize was awarded at this morning’s breakfast briefing. The product that impressed the panel of 10 judges the most was … Continue reading

Overview of Digital Yacht’s Wireless NMEA Devices

Since 2011, when we released iAIS, the world’s first wireless AIS receiver, we have been gradually building up a powerful range of wireless NMEA products. All of these products allow NMEA data (the marine industry data standard) to be taken … Continue reading

Digital Yacht launch US marine navigation app for iPad called NavLink US

Digital Yacht have launched a new low cost marine charting and navigation app for the iPad and iPhone called NavLink US. Priced at just $19.99, you can explore, plan and navigate your boating trips in real time and in high resolution using the latest NOAA digital vector marine charts covering the whole of the US Continue reading

Digital Yacht launch NavLink UK marine charting app for iPhone and iPad navigation afloat

With the NavLink UK app, you can use your iPad or iPhone to explore, plan and navigate your boating trips in real time and in high resolution using the latest UKHO (Admiralty) digital vector marine charts covering the whole of the UK and Ireland which are included with the £19.99 app. It supports AIS overlays, routing and weather data too. Continue reading

Transas iSailor App for iPads/iPhones now Digital Yacht compatible

Until now, customers wanting to use their iPads/iPhones as a chart plotter with wireless AIS data reception, were pretty much limited to the popular iNavX app. Now Transas the leading supplier of electronic charts and ECDIS software to the commercial … Continue reading