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Webasto’s 115-volt BlueCool S-Series is available in five sizes, and each self-contained unit is designed for boats that are limited in space or onboard power. Outputs range from 6,000 to 16,000 Btu per hour and generate 162 to 368 cubic feet per minute of air flow. Each unit’s multipoint injection evaporator is up to 15 percent more efficient and about 20 percent smaller than its competitors, according to Webasto. All models in the series have a controller board with a USB interface, a blower and the BlueCool MyTouch control featuring a full-color, high-resolution touchscreen display.

This article originally appeared in the November 2018 issue.



Touchscreen Tunes

Fusion’s Apollo Series marine entertainment system has an LCD touchscreen display,  Wi-Fi streaming, digital signal processing and PartyBus, which lets boaters play music throughout the boat or in a single stateroom.


2-Wire LED Lights

Imtra’s 2-wire LED lights are available in 10 models and a variety of trim-ring sizes, styles, profiles and finishes.


All-Weather Stereo

Infinity’s INFPRV315 stereo receiver is an all-in-one unit with no black box to install.


Aquamiser+ Watermakers

Aquamiser+ watermakers are available in framed (top) or modular models in capacities of 250 to 1,800 gallons a day.

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Garmin Smartwatch

Garmin’s quatix 5 streams NMEA 2000 data, including speed, depth, temperature and wind. Paired with Garmin’s GHC 20 unit, the watch can control autopilot functions.


LED Deck Lights

Manufactured by Vision X, these Offshore and PitMaster series LED deck lights from Imtra are available with white or black housings and are rated for submersion to nearly 10 feet.


Wi-Fi Booster

The Winegard ConnecT WF-200M antenna combines a long-range Wi-Fi signal extender with nationwide 4G LTE cellular, boosting shoreside Wi-Fi signals for coastal boaters.


Stay Connected

Wave WiFi has added 3G and 4G cellular products to its line. These models work with the company’s WiFi antennas, routers and web-based firmware.