Interesting things from the Miami Boat Show:
Electronics: New Axiom UAV integration by Raymarine –
This new technology allows boaters to connect to their UAV, where they can control and view images directly from the Axiom display. The unique features of the UAV integration now brings a hands-free, aerial view to the water, creating innovative video possibilities for anglers and boaters.
Hook–Eye is a sportfishing underwater camera designed to shoot full HD videos in extreme conditions. It’s advanced design allows the camera to swim like a teaser, staying on top during trolling. The camera is stable up to 10 knots speed and waterproof (case-free) up to 590 feet depth.Engine: New V-6 FourStroke Outboard Lineup by Mercury –
The new Mercury FourStroke and SeaPro outboards are constructed on Mercury’s new 3.4-liter V-6 platform. They’re built to be powerful, light, compact and fuel-efficient. The new engine group features 175hp, 200hp and 225hp FourStroke outboards and a V-6 200hp SeaPro commercial outboard.
Artwork: Custom Fish Mounts by Artist, Kelly Reark –
Native Florida Marine Artist, Kelly Reark, showcased her hand-painted fiberglass fish mounts. These “tattooed” pieces feature detailed work of wildlife and landmarks. Each mount is a one-of-a-kind design, delicately crafted in sepia tones and timeless Floridian style.
Boat: Hatteras Yachts introduces its new GT45X with Flybridge –
The new boat features a state-of-the-art upper helm, full tower, battle-ready outriggers and top-end speed in the mid-40s. It’s quality specs include next-generation electronics, vast storage, and a relaxing and spacious cabin/galley.