The latest new gear, as featured the May issues of our five marine magazines

Digital Yacht WLN10:


This server converts your traditional NMEA data from your nav instruments and turns it into a wireles TCP/IP feed to be viewed on your wireless device. It effectively creates a Wi-Fi hotspot on board your vessel.

Mastervolt 12C li-ion:


For those 12V system users keen to get in on the lightweight, long-life,
deep-cycling (down to 20 per cent) benefits of lithium-ion, Mastervolt
have released a 12V version of their two-year-old 24V battery.

Pingi i-Dry and Dry Bag:

Dehumidifiers are great on boats, they keep mould at bay and make damp
smells a i-dry.jpgthing of the past. But what happens if you dont have access to
shorepower? Pingi may be the answer.

Mercury Marine Quicksilver Thunderbolt:

The Quicksilver Thunderbolt is a suitable replacement for Volvos Type F
props and is quicksilver-available in pitches ranging from 19 to 28.

Dolphin Sails Sprayhood handles:

How many times have you ventured out of the cockpit only to find nothing
to hold ospray-handlesnto? Stanchions and guardwires cannot be relied on to take
your weight, so aft of the coachroof grabrails this can be a real
problem. Dolphin Sails has come up with a simple innovation that falls into the ‘why hasnt someone thought of this earlier?’ category

McMurdo Kannad Marine SafeLink R10 SRS:


If you fell overboard, youd want the best possible chance of recovery,
so having a device that uses the Automatic Identification System (AIS)
to help potential rescuers pinpoint your position is a wise use of the

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