Back in July 2013, we published an update on using a PC for navigation and the do’s and don’ts. You can read it HERE. But… Technology moves on and there’s now an even more compelling reason to add a PC to your boat’s navigation and communication system and that is […]
Time and again we see faults in marine electronic installations caused by bad or failed connections. Normally the harsh marine environment is the cause, with corrosion eating away at the electrical contacts. However, poor assembly of wiring connections is also a major culprit. Digital Yacht’s products, like many other modern […]
Last night Paul Sumpner our CTO gave a talk to members of the Royal Ocean Racing Club on the Latest Technologies and trends in the world of Marine Electronics. Based in St James Place in London, the RORC has been organising ocean races around the world since 1925 including […]
NavLink US is Digital Yacht’s popular and low cost charting app for iOS devices. It utilises detailed NOAA Government charts for excellent detail and clarity of US waters. Navigate in real time, create routes and waypoints and connect to your boat’s GPS and AIS system via any of Digital Yacht’s […]
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 […]