Navico Partners with Stabicraft

Courtesy of Navico

Navico® — parent company to the Lowrance®, Simrad®, B&G® and C-MAP® brands — is excited to announce its partnership with premium New Zealand aluminium boat manufacturer Stabicraft®.

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For model year 2021, across the entire range, Simrad or Lowrance will be offered as factory fitted electronics options. The 1450 Explorer, Frontier and 1550 Fisher models have the newly launched Lowrance Elite FS 7inch Displays with Active Imaging Transducer with the option to upgrade to a 9inch display. The 1850 Fisher and 1850 Supercab models will be offered a Simrad NSSevo3s 7inch Display, along with Active Imaging Transducer, again with an upgrade option to a 9inch display. All offshore Supercab, Centrecab and Ultracab models will have Simrad NSSevo3s 12 or 16 inch displays along with the option to upgrade with radar, autopilot, engine integration, and new Simrad Command digital switching solutions available on selected models – all factory fitted.

“We’re really excited to partner with Navico and offer our customers a quality, factory-fitted electronics solution with exclusive warranty periods” Daniel Upperton – Chief Revenue Officer.

Stabicraft customers will benefit from simplified installation, including vessel certification, along with extended warranty periods on both the product and on-board support ensuring peace of mind when out on the water.

“Stabicraft are well-known manufacturers of high-quality aluminium fishing and family boats across the globe,” said Chris Radford, EVP Sales Aus/Nz, Navico. “We are proud to have our feature-rich navigation and fishing systems installed on these vessels, and we are confident this partnership is going to help Stabicraft customers have a more enjoyable and successful time on the water.”

 

For more information on the range of Stabicraft boats visit www.stabicraft.com

For more information on Lowrance electronics visit www.lowrance.com

For more information on Simrad visit www.simrad-yachting.com

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