GPS devices designed for land-lubbers work just fine on an engine-powered boat that can head straight across the water. But for sailboats who have to zig-zag — or tack — to catch the wind, The Sailing GPS is better suited as it understands that the quickest route from point A to B isn’t always a straight line.
Your typical GPS calculates an estimated time of arrival assuming you...
One of the problems of using GPS chartplotters on a sailboat is that it is extremely difficult to calculate accurate arrival times given the amount of tacking often involved. Now there's a purpose-built Sailing GPS that not only acc... Read Post
A GPS tracking unit is a device which uses global positioning systems in determining the specific position or location of a person, vehicle or any other asset. The device is usually attached to the person or vehicle to be tracked an... Read Post