Thursday, April 23, 2009

Furuno NavNet Massive Rebate

Last year, boaters jumped at the opportunity to grab great deals on NavNet vx2 with Furuno's "Massive Rebate" program. That program was so popular, Furuno is bringing it back for an encore performance. However, this time around, Furuno's award-winning NavNet 3D series is the star of the show!
Furuno's Massive Rebate program offers great deals whether you are new to NavNet 3D or a current 3D customer wanting to upgrade your system with Radar, Fish Finder or other sensors. For instance, a boater purchasing a dual MFDBB system, with Radar, Fish Finder, GPS, and two Monitors would be eligible for a total rebate of $2,000! Now, that's Massive... and it's not even the maximum! Furuno customers will be eligible for Massive Rebates totaling up to $3,600! Yes, you read that correctly... Three Thousand, Six Hundred Dollars! The bigger the package, the more Massive the rebate!
When you purchase any qualifying NavNet 3D product(s) between April 22, 2009 and July 31, 2009, you are eligible for the following Massive Savings from Furuno!
Check out the qualifing products here: Furuno Rebates

Monday, April 20, 2009

NEW! McMurdo Revere Fastfind 210 PLB With GPS

Waterprood, Compact, Lightweight; Boatersland Marine now carries the small and rugged McMurdo Revere Fastfind 210 PLB with GPS!

Whatever your activity, whether you are on a ship, in the jungle, in the air, or in the desert, a Fast Find can summon help when you are in trouble and have no other means of contacting the outside world.

The Fast Find acts as your personal Emergency Location Beacon, it is your last resort communication to the national and international search and rescue bodies. Once activated, the distress beacon will send out a signal for help, and continues to transmit for at least 24 hours, at a powerful 5 watt output, ensuring that your call for help gets through whatever the conditions. The pocket sized, waterproof beacon transmits at the press of a button, to alert search and rescue services to your plight.