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Question Navman Instruments

I am looking at replacing a whole set of Ray Marine 60 Plus Instruments that are nearly totally unreliable. I bought this boat last summer and the AutoPilot would not power up, spent $200 for factory rebuild, works but is not adequate for the boat (CAL 39), the Wind Inst. randomly stops working for an hour or more at a time and then returns, log and depth are ok.

I found Navman W,D,WS and Repeater with transducers for $811, but have also seen some posts on this forum that people have had issues with them.

Help me out, if you have had these instruments what did you think, good and bad.

Alternately had Nexus Instruments on last boat that seemed pretty good, but twice the $$.

Any advice on below deck AP for this +/-20k lbs. boat??

Thanks.
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I have no problems with my Navman system.
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