I can probably indentify 5 of them but I'm buggered if I know what the other 3 do. This guy must spend so much time staring at his various screens, you wonder whether he has time to look where he's going!
hm, very impressive. Likewise unsure of wot all that lot do, especially when as most do in the med, it's time for yet another trip to the bay 10 miles away tops. If he says you can get the tv on one of those, note that the speaker seems a long way away so it'll need moving and hence massive discount.
Give the guy a break, he's got an inferiority complex. Look how much bigger the boats either side of him are.
He has to make up for it somehow.
Looks like one of them at the front is a Loran by the way. Although dunno what the one next to it is..forward looking sonar perhaps? Rest is standard raymarine
furuno kit. Two on the left look like either Navman or B&G instruments..cant quite see...but nothing exciting anyway.
Looks like the Furuno Navnet kit was added after the main plotter which is a shame because it could have replaced all the big stuff with 1 screen. Of course if you have room for 2 screens that look like they are meant to be there, that is far better, as is having another 2 screens at the lower helm /forums/images/graemlins/laugh.gif
He obviously doesn't trust any one manufacturer. A diversification strategy
Two screens far left are Volvo EDC. Big landscape plotter in dash is Raymarine, then going clockwise from there you have furuno perched on top of dash at left, then Simrad distant right, then summink else (Garmin I think) even more distant right. The distant right stuff is out of reach for pressing buttons, doh.
Bit of a bodge imho. Also i suspect none of it is sunlight viewable! What's the boat, Azi46? You can ebay all the gear if you buy it
Afraid to say its a characteristic of many modern powerboats that there is nowhere to put a chart at either helm station - respect due to Sealine on this one 'coz I think most if not all of their boats have a chart table of some description at both helms
It's certainly not a trend I agree with as it discourages the use of paper charts in favour of electronic ones which is dangerous IMHO but then I'm probably just being a grumpy old man on this one