From the age of 6, Victor Eonnet has been passionate about sailing thanks to his parents. Even at 10, his dream was to participate in the Mini-Transat race and today Victor is preparing to make it happen. He’s launching his campaign with his new yacht Fonce Alphonse. Not a typical […]
AIS is great for general navigation, identifying other vessels, collision avoidance etc. Here are some ideas to take AIS to the next level on a superyacht installation – ideas from a Class A AIS transponder for the main vessel to Class B/B+ systems for tender tracking, personal SARTs for crew […]
This video will show you how to install our AIT5000 Class B+ AIS Transponder for NMEA 0183 & NMEA 2000 based systems. To configure the AIT5000, you can read this article which explain how to configure the AIT5000 with its built-in web interface.
iAISTX is our great value Class B AIS transponder (send and receive AIS data) with a wireless interface for use with iPads, smart phones and tablets running the marine charting apps. Providing a wireless feed of AIS targets and GPS data to the app turns the mobile device into a […]
Digital Yacht Aqua PCs, AIS, sensors, NMEA interfaces and wireless gateways are the perfect hardware partner for TimeZero/MaxSea navigation software plus we now offer radar integration with the latest Furuno DRS4D NXT digital doppler radar. The DRS4D-NXT is the first radome radar in the World to use doppler technology allowing easy […]
Greener Horizons is Digital Yacht’s upgraded sustainability initiative for 2021. Our aim is to absolutely minimise our carbon footprint in everything we do and each month we’ll share some of our ideas and projects. We were spurred on by Bill Gates Climate Change Book “How to avoid a climate disaster” […]
Comic Relief and Red Nose Day is back on Friday 19th March and this year, it’s never felt more important to have some fun and raise money to support people living incredibly tough lives. As they say, we need the power of funny to turn laughs into lasting change! Last […]
If you have a Ship’s Radio Licence then you may have received an email from Ofcom recently regarding new compliance rules on EMF (electromagnetic field) exposure. The International Commission for Non-Ionising Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) aims to protect people and the environment against adverse effects of non-ionizing radiation – that includes signals from […]