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2011 Furuno USA Catalog
View the 2011 Furuno USA Catalog in PDF format - 16.4 MB

NavNet 3D Guided Tour Videos
Heard about NavNet 3D, but haven't seen it in action yet? These videos will take you through a tour of the system.

NavNet 3D Training Videos
Short instructional videos to teach you the in's and out's of your new NavNet 3D system.

Product Guided Tour Videos
Get your first glance at a new Furuno product by watching a short video giving you a tour of the product.

Common Helm Packages
Looking for a complete Furuno helm solution? Start here to download some ideas our experts designed put together.

MaxSea Training Videos
These short training videos will walk you through some of the commonly used features of MaxSea.

Product Demonstrations
Walk through an interactive product demo for some of our popular Fish Finders and GPS Chart Plotters.

Real World Applications
Read about Furuno products in real world applications to help you get the most out of your equipment.

Reference Materials
Learn more about transducers, operating Radar, and more.

Sonar Corner
View photos and other information from various Sonar installations.

Radar Horizon Calculator
See what your effective visibility range of your Radar is by entering your Radar antenna and target height.


Transducer Beam Angle Calculator
Enter in your beam angle and water depth to show how much ground your transducer is covering.

NavNet 3D Guided Tour Videos
These videos are demos of NavNet 3D that will give you a good understanding of the features and functions of NavNet 3D.

NavNet 3D Demo Videos
First Look - NavNet 3D & Sportfishing Magazine

  • AIS Information
  • ARPA Automatic Radar Plotting
  • Benefits of 3D
Brief Chart Plotter Overview
from Miami Boat Show
  • TimeZero Technology
  • Changing from Raster to Vector Charts
  • Satellite PhotoFusion
  • Depth Shading
  • Navigating in 3D on an offical nautical chart

Radar Target Definition
by Steve Dashew
"Modern radar's have an amazing assortment of features and capabilities. But in our opinion the single most important criteria is the ability of the radar to pick out targets in difficult conditions. We've been using a Furuno 2117 black box radar on Wind Horse, our 83 foot (23.4m) ocean going motor vessel, and we have been amazed at its abilities." Click on the title to read the rest of article...

Operator's Guide to Marine Radar
This guide will help you learn about what a Radar is, how it works, and how to get the most from what is perhaps the most important navigation device you will ever own.
Download >> Operator's Guide (2 MB)