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Electronic Systems: Simplifying Choices

by Bluewater Cruising Association 16 Feb 16:11 UTC 12 March 2020
Jeff will review technologies that are currently available © Bluewater Cruising Association

In this informal two-hour presentation, Jeff will provide an overview of the most essential electronics for today's boaters and cruisers.

Jeff will review technologies that are currently available and make recommendations for the best combination of electronics on your vessel. He will explore new technologies including advantages and disadvantages especially when compared with existing choices.

He will also talk about integration of electronics for best overall performance and functionality. Bring your questions to ensure you are well informed to equip your vessel for safe and enjoyable boating.

About the Instructor

Jeff Cote is a systems design engineer, avid boater, entrepreneur, the author of the monthly column "Tech Talk" in Pacific Yachting Magazine and "Hotwire" in Northwest Yachting Magazine as well as regular yacht club and Power Squadron presenter. His company, Pacific Yacht Systems Inc., provides boaters with easy to use, reliable solutions for marine electrical and electronics. Jeff's presentations are designed for beginners, tech-savvy, and DIY experts alike.

  • Scottish Cultural Centre, Upper Floor, 8886 Hudson St, Vancouver
  • 12 Mar 2020 1930h - 2130h
  • Members $35 / Non-Members $50
  • Jeff Cote, Pacific Yachting Systems Inc.
More information and register here.

This article has been provided by the courtesy of the Bluewater Cruising Association.

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