MARINE ELECTRONICS GUIDES
Marine electronics are integral to the running of any superyacht. Many parts on board will rely on an electrical component of some kind, whether it’s within the navigation system, security equipment or communication tools.
Our Yachting Pages crew guides can explain how different electronic systems operate aboard a superyacht, with expert input from yacht electronic specialists and suppliers. Our handy guides include everything you need to know about ultrasonic antifouling, preventing internet security threats and IT at sea.
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Traditional analogue radio modulates one voice call for each 12.5kHz band, with no encryption. This can make it easier for anybody to monitor crew and guest movements. Channel 28 talk to us about what can be done.
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.
A common problem faced by every yacht is marine growth on the hull, such as barnacles and mussels. This bio fouling decreases a yacht's performance, while making it less cost effective. There are many solutions on the market that combat fouling, however, including ultrasonic antifouling.
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.
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.