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    New SIMRAD CRUISE range

    Navico have introduced a new budget entry level system to their Simrad range, offering just the essentials at a very sharp price point. press release and video below. - Moose
    In 2019 Simrad has introduced their new Cruise Series. These units are offered in 5, 7 and 9 inch versions. If you are in need of a full featured chartplotter and a capable sonar then the Cruise should be all you need. And with the low price point, you may be able to get a larger screen size than you could with other units. The Cruise Series is ideal for boats with simple navigational needs. Wakeboard boats, small fishing boats, express cruisers and sail boats.
    Simrad Cruise - What you need to know:
    They share a similar menu and interface to Simrad top of the line series.
    There is an internal GPS antenna
    The built-in Sonar is CHIRP, it uses the Lowrance Hook2 style plug. There is an adapter available to allow older Simrad/Lowrance 7 Pin Blue transducers to work on it. The unit will only handle 83/200 frequencies.
    A transom mounted 83/200 transducer is included
    The unit includes a bracket mount. An optional flush mount kit is available
    The unit is preloaded with coastal charts
    Can use optional Navionics and C-Map cartography
    There is 1 Micro SD slot
    Does not support NMEA0183 or NMEA2000
    Includes 2 Year Warranty
    Full control via the keypad
    Can operate in full screen mode or split screen







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    Ausfish Gold Member
    Join Date
    Mar 2015
    Location
    Kalbarri, WA

    Re: New SIMRAD CRUISE range

    Good concept for a very simple standalone unit. Will run with one set of frequencies only, no possibility of networking anything. No touch screen, but appears to have a wifi ability?

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    Ausfish Addict Chimo's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2006
    Location
    Gold Coast

    Re: New SIMRAD CRUISE range

    How much for the various sizes Moose?
    Could be the go on my new old boat.

    Thanks

    Cheers
    Chimo
    What could go wrong.......................

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    Re: New SIMRAD CRUISE range

    its basically a lowrance hook2 with a knob in a simrad body. IMO it weakens simrads brand a little. but... not to worry.

    Priced between 500 and 800 "havnt got AUS pricing yet" but sure if you want a good little unit, then. not to bad.

    spoiled for choice !

    Marine outfitting solutions
    www.moosemarine.com.au

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