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Simrad system now standard on Sportsman Boats

Simrad Yachting is partnering with Sportsman Boats Manufacturing to provide the Simrad NSS evo2 system as the standard navigation system on all 2015 model-year Sportsman bay boats, center consoles and dual consoles.

“We are very pleased to offer Simrad-branded electronics to our customers,” Sportsman Boats president Tommy Hancock said in a statement. “We take pride in the fact that our powerboats are designed to satisfy all of our customers’needs, and by including the NSS evo2, our customers can have it all.”

“The Simrad NSS evo2 system is perfectly suited for Sportsman’s high standards and matches their boats’sleek style and rugged functionality,” Navico CEO Leif Ottosson said. Navico is the parent company of Simrad.

“Our commitment to deliver the industry’s best-in-class fishfinding and navigation solutions, as well as service and support, gives Sportsman owners the best marine electronics solution available for their boating activities,” Ottosson said.

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