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Old 03-18-2007
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Originally Posted by sailingdog
The most expensive is the Maptech Pro ($499), followed by the Capn Voyager ($449), which is also sold by Maptech. Fugawi Global Navigator ($120) is the most economical of the commercial packages.
I wish Maptech was the most expensive. I'm looking at possibly getting RayTech RNS since I have all Raymarine equip on my boat... chartplotter, gps, radar, smart heading sensor, ST60+ instruments, etc. It seems to have a lot of good features. It retails for $699. Furuno also makes a series of navigation software. There are various modules available and it can easily go over $1k.


I'm having a hard time comparing Maptech to the Raymarine software. I'm trying to figure out the functional differences in features but they look very similar.
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