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What's a reasonable price, what capabilities do you want vs need, what size boat, how gifted are you at setting up electronics, all playa. Part.
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What's a reasonable price, what capabilities do you want vs need, what size boat, how gifted are you at setting up electronics, all playa. Part.
Need: wind speed direction, depth, boat speed, $1,500 including sensors
Want chartplotter Great Lakes, $1,000.
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Ray marine st60 plus pack is $1,500. And includes three displays and all three transducers. Adding a matching chartplotter runs from a few hundred bucks to a thousand depending on size.

Fully expandable with their entire line of stuff from autopilots to FLIR cameras.
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Ray marine st60 plus pack is $1,500. And includes three displays and all three transducers. Adding a matching chartplotter runs from a few hundred bucks to a thousand depending on size.

Fully expandable with their entire line of stuff from autopilots to FLIR cameras.
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