Marine electronics guides

Marine electronics are a fundamental part of any superyacht. Almost all parts on board will feature some kind of electrical component from navigation and communication to security equipment and even antifouling. Yachting Pages has put together some guides to help captains and crew understand these sometimes complex systems.

NMEA 2000 installation display diagram for yachtsA guide to NMEA 2000® installations for yachts

The NMEA 2000 is the primary standard used on leisure marine vessels today. Want to learn more about NMEA 2000, including how it works and how to set a NMEA network up? This guide will provide answers to all your questions.

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Fouling build up on the bottom of rusty boatA complete guide to ultrasonic antifouling

A common problem faced by every yacht is marine growth on the hull, such as barnacles and mussels. This bio fouling decreases a yachts performance, while making it less cost effective. There are however many solutions on the market that combat fouling, with ultrasonic antifouling is one of the most state-of-the-art. Find everything you need to know here.

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Cyber security padlock protecting from internet threatsPreventing internet security threats at sea

Internet access is the norm today, even when traveling the globe on a superyacht. But how do you protect yourself from cyber-attacks and viruses? We look into web filters and if they can help protect your WiFi connection from hackers.

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IT computer chip boardInformation technology (IT) SOS at sea

Marine electronics and IT systems are expected to work seemlessly on board a superyacht, no matter where the yacht is located. With this in mind, Yachting Pages looks at some of the common issues that crew and captains face on  board, as well as the dos and don'ts of troubleshooting.

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Marine electronics guides

Marine electronics are a fundamental part of any superyacht. Almost all parts on board will feature some kind of electrical component from navigation and communication to security equipment and even antifouling. Yachting Pages has put together some guides to help captains and crew understand these sometimes complex systems.

NMEA 2000 installation display diagram for yachtsA guide to NMEA 2000® installations for yachts

The NMEA 2000 is the primary standard used on leisure marine vessels today. Want to learn more about NMEA 2000, including how it works and how to set a NMEA network up? This guide will provide answers to all your questions.

Read NMEA2000 guide

Fouling build up on the bottom of rusty boatA complete guide to ultrasonic antifouling

A common problem faced by every yacht is marine growth on the hull, such as barnacles and mussels. This bio fouling decreases a yachts performance, while making it less cost effective. There are however many solutions on the market that combat fouling, with ultrasonic antifouling is one of the most state-of-the-art. Find everything you need to know here.

Read ultrasonic antifouling guide

Cyber security padlock protecting from internet threatsPreventing internet security threats at sea

Internet access is the norm today, even when traveling the globe on a superyacht. But how do you protect yourself from cyber-attacks and viruses? We look into web filters and if they can help protect your WiFi connection from hackers.

Read about cyber security at sea

IT computer chip boardInformation technology (IT) SOS at sea

Marine electronics and IT systems are expected to work seemlessly on board a superyacht, no matter where the yacht is located. With this in mind, Yachting Pages looks at some of the common issues that crew and captains face on  board, as well as the dos and don'ts of troubleshooting.

Read about superyacht IT solutions

 

Refit Sky Scraper