We’ve been busy at Digital Yacht over the past year and the infographic we produced below shows just how many new, innovative and award winning products we’ve introduced recently. Most importantly, there’s more to come. Thanks for staying tuned!
At Digital Yacht, we’ve an AIS for just about every application but sometimes we forget to talk about our most simple AIS solution – the AIS100 receiver designed to interconnect with just about any AIS compatible plotter via a simple two wire NMEA 0183 interface. Connect to a VHF […]
Digital Yacht está expandindo sua presença na América Latina com a nomeação de Patricia Siqueiros. Ela vem de uma experiência em marketing e fornecerá suporte para todo o Digital Yacht e gama Digital Deep Sea na América Latina. Embora baseada principalmente em Miami, Patricia vai coordenar as vendas para toda a linha […]
Back in the 1980s the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) defined an interfacing standard that would revolutionise the way marine electronics operated together. For the first time a common standard was defined that allowed equipment from different manufacturers to talk to each other and do things that had previously been […]
Digital Yacht está ampliando su presencia en Latinoamérica con el nombramiento de Patricia Siqueiros. Ella viene de una experiencia en marketing y prestará apoyo a toda la gama Digital Yacht y digital Deep Sea en América Latina. Aunque está basado principalmente en Miami, Patricia coordinará las ventas para toda la […]
Digital Yacht will host a trade only and dealer training event on 3rd March 2015 at the Royal Western Yacht Club in Plymouth. All our South West trade customers, dealers and boat builders are welcome but please RSVP so we can cater for numbers. The event starts at 1830 and will run […]
One of the most common questions we are asked by our AIS customers, is “what antenna should I use for my AIS ?”, so we thought we would post a short article to provide an answer. Basically there are two options; fit a second dedicated VHF antenna a suitable distance […]
Tuesday 24th February at 1915 will see The Little Ship Club in London host the first of a series of talks from Digital Yacht entitled “Next Generation Navigation” The compass was invented in the 1400s and the sextant and log came in the 1700’s. It then took nearly 300 […]