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Sea Hunt makes Simrad system standard on all models

Simrad Yachting renewed its partnership with Sea Hunt Boat Co. for a second year, which means Simrad’s NSS evo2 system is the only navigation system available on all 2015 model-year Sea Hunt bay boats, center console and dual console boats.

“After a successful first year of partnership, Sea Hunt is very excited to again team up with Simrad in 2015 and offer their new NSS evo2 models to our customers,” Sea Hunt Boats general manager Scott White said in a statement. “Our newly designed console dashboards fit these latest displays perfectly.”

Simrad said the NSS evo2 offers Sea Hunt owners a user-friendly interface for all functions, including charting, integrated CHIRP and sonar. On most models, optional electronics packages include the NSS evo2 9-inch or 12-inch system with a transducer and the RS12 VHF radio.

For the 25- and 27-foot models, the electronics package includes a single or double 12-inch NSS evo2 with transducer and RS12 VHF radio. The 30-foot models have an optional autopilot package, which includes dual 12-inch NSS evo2 displays, a transducer, an RS12 VHF radio and the SG05 autopilot system.

“The Simrad NSS evo2 system is an ideal complement to Sea Hunt’s line of powerboats,” Navico CEO Leif Ottosson said. “The ability to select our best-in-class fishfinding and navigation solutions gives Sea Hunt owners the option to make an already excellent boat exceptional.”


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