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Magellan debuts new products at Florida show

Magellan launched the eXplorist 510 Marine Edition, which it describes as a comprehensive navigational solution for recreational boaters that offers coverage content of U.S. inland and coastal waters and a Magellan eXplorist GPS receiver.

The eXplorist 510 Marine Edition will be on display at booth 1357 of the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades show, which will be held today through Friday at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.

The Marine Edition includes Navionics marine charts and content for 12,000 U.S. lakes and coastal coverage as far as 2 miles offshore with data on 5-foot contours, tides, currents, wrecks, port plans, marsh areas and marine services.

Magellan said it will be available in August at a suggested retail price of $479.99.

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