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Marine Weather Receivers & Monitors

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Emergency Crank Weather Alert Radio - Midland Marine
Emergency Crank Weather Alert Radio This Emergency Crank Weather Alert Radio is a must for emergency preparedness. It keeps you in formed in the …
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Furuno FAX30 NavNet Weather Fax Receiver External Black Box without Antenna
FEATURES: Cost effective paperless weatherfax and Navtex receiver Connect directly to a 10.4" NavNet display or through an Ethernet hub Connect to a …
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FAX30 External Black Box Weatherfax & Navtex Receiver, Less Antenna - Furuno
Furuno's new FAX30 can turn any NavNet display or PC into a Weatherfax and Navtex receiver. This waterproof Black Box unit connects directly to a …
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Kestrel 2500 Pocket Weather Meter
The Kestrel 2500 Pocket Weather Meter measures wind and temperature with total accuracy, and has the added benefits of an air pressure sensor that …
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Kestrel 4000 Pocket Weather Tracker - Dark Gray
The Kestrel 4000 Pocket Weather Meter is the baseline wind and weather meter in the Kestrel 4000 series. What sets the 4000 series apart from the …
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Kestrel 1000 Pocket Wind Meter
The pocket wind meter that started it all! The Kestrel 1000 Wind Meter is the base model in our extensive assortment of Kestrel pocket weather meters. …
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Kestrel 3500 Pocket Weather Meter
The Kestrel 3500 Wind Meter has the most functions of any Kestrel Meter in the 3000 series. The Kestrel 3500 measures temperature, wind speeds, …
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Kestrel 2000 Pocket Thermo Wind Meter
The Kestrel 2000 Pocket Weather Meter is the most elementary temperature and wind monitor in the Kestrel Meter collection. Capable of measuring both …
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Kestrel 3000 Pocket Weather Meter
The Kestrel 3000 Pocket Weather Meter is the handheld weather-monitoring device that provides a wide range of functions, plus accurate relative …
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Garmin Rain Collector II
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Clipper Meteoman Barometer
The rate of change of barometric pressure and history of wind speed can be an invaluable indicator of imminent conditions. Many sailors rely on low …
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SI-TEX Nav-Fax 200 Shortwave/SSB/Weather Fax Receiver - Sitex
NAV-FAX 200 Shortwave/SSB/Weather Fax Receiver Your global connection at sea, at home or anywhere around the world. A favorite of trans-ocean …
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Clipper Target Nav-Fax HF3/W
The Target HF3 is a masterpiece of R. F. engineering covering the entire spectrum between 30Khz to 30Mhz. For those new to single side band reception …
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Kestrel 4000 Pocket Weather Tracker - Safety Orange
The Kestrel 4000 Pocket Weather Meter is the baseline wind and weather meter in the Kestrel 4000 series. What sets the 4000 series apart from the …
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Kestrel 4500 Pocket Weather Tracker
The Kestrel 4500 Pocket Weather Tracker is Kestrel's flagship meter. Capable of monitoring and reporting an exhaustive list of environmental …
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Kestrel 4000 Pocket Weather Tracker with Bluetooth - Orange
The Kestrel 4000 Pocket Weather Meter is the baseline wind and weather meter in the Kestrel 4000 series. What sets the 4000 series apart from the …
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Kestrel 4500 Pocket Weather Tracker with Bluetooth
The Kestrel 4500 Pocket Weather Tracker is Kestrel's flagship meter. Capable of monitoring and reporting an exhaustive list of environmental …
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Clipper 5m Wind Extension Cable
5 meter long extension cable for wind masthead unit.
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Clipper 20m Wind Extension Cable
20 meter long extension cable for wind masthead unit.
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Clipper Wind Vane Assembly
Spare wind vane kit.
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Clipper Wind Cup Assembly
Spare wind anemometer cup kit.
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Tacktick Wind Transmitter Bearing Service Kit
TA122 Wind Transmitter Bearing Service Kit
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Tacktick Repleacement Wind Cup Set for Anemometer
TA101 Wind Anemometer Cup Set
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Tacktick Wind Transmitter Battery Pack & Seal Kit
TA125 Wind Transmitter Battery Pack and Seal Kit
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Tacktick Wind Vane Replacement Kit w/ Vane, Bearing & Stud Kit
TA100 Wind Vane, bearing & stud kit
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Clipper Instrument Pod f/2 Clipper Instruments
Instrument Pod for 2 Clipper Instruments CLZ-POD Robust POD moulding to suit 2 x Clipper Cockpit display units. Suitable for open cockpit mounting.
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Clipper Complete Masthead Unit & Cable
Complete masthead unit with 20 meters of cable and mounting brackets.
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Clipper Instrument Weather Cover
Protect your Clipper instrument from the elements with this spare weather cover.
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Furuno FI50 Depth Speed Wind Package
FI50DSW - Depth/Speed/Wind Our professionally designed FI50 instrument series is designed to meet the needs of sail boaters and power boaters alike. …
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MIDLAND WR-300 WEATHER / HAZARDS ALERT RADIO W/ AM/FM - Midland Marine
WR-300 Keep Your Family Safe With Advanced Warning Listen to your favorite AM/FM broadcast station while still keeping up to date on current local …
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Raymarine St60 Wind Vane Transducer; E25018
Transducer for ST60 Depth Finder
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Kestrel Tripod Clamp f/Any Kestrel Model
Tripod Clamp Holds Any Kestrel Model Part #: 0793 The Tripod Clamp is made specifically for any model Kestrel and has the capability to attach to …
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Boating Know How
Weather monitor and receiver

Why do I need Weather Receivers / Monitors on my boat?

Although the number of boaters installing weather receivers and monitors has been rising steadily in the last decade, there are quite a few who are yet to adopt this trend. Having these instruments in the ... read more boat safeguards you and other people from the risk that may arise from bad weather.

The most popular instruments are as follows:.

Weather Receiver

A boater can also choose to be receiving weather updates through a radio receiver. There are several weather stations that broadcast news and information about the weather. They will talk of the expected sunshine, daily temperature, chances of storms or rainfall and much more. The user simply needs to tune the receiver to get the latest updates. .

Wind Vane

A wind vane is among the simplest weather instruments. It indicates the direction of the wind. This allows a user such to take advantage of the direction and strength/ speed of the wind (especially useful for sail boats). Rainfall and storms also follow the direction of the wind. A boater will consequently stay-off the path of a storm or hurricane. Modern vanes come attached to an anemometer for easier reading. .

Anemometer

An anemometer is used to measure the velocity/ speed and pressure of the wind. Commercial types may also be referred to as ventimeters. It measures the speed using Royal Meteorological Society's (RmetS). Strong winds normally indicate the possibility of strong storms. Several versions of the wing instrument exist. They include tube, vane, cup, hot-wire, ultrasonic and more. .

Barometer

A barometer is a simple tool that measures the pressure in the atmosphere. The readings which are pegged on the sea-level are recorded using RMets. Having knowledge about the atmosphere gives a person an idea on the expected type of weather. Aneroid, Mercury and Barograph are the common types of barometers. .

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Hygrometer

A hygrometer is usually confused with the psychrometer. They both measure humidity in the atmosphere. However, a hygrometer uses thermal conductivity, capacitance and resistance to measure the percentage. Simply put, it’s an electrical type of psychrometer. The humidity is measured in dew points. .

Thermometer

A thermometer will always be mentioned when discussing weather receivers and monitors. This is a simple device that measures the temperature in the air/atmosphere. Traditional types consist of a bulb and tube containing alcohol or mercury. Modern ones use MMTS (Electrical Max/Min Temperature Sensors) and may be digital. The temperature is read in Celsius (ᴼC) or Fahrenheit (ᴼF). .

Windsock

This is among the oldest and most basic weather instrument. It is a simple sock (piece of cloth) that is hung from a point on the vessel. By catching the wind, it indicates the strength and also indicates the direction. It gives a rough idea on the strength and direction of the wind. It forms part of the weather station in a boat.

Anyone that spends time on the water will benefit from having some of the above mentioned weather sensors and instruments; whether it’s a small speedboat, mid-size fishing boat, the luxurious yacht or cruiser. Fortunately, most of the weather receivers and monitors have become digital. This has improved clarity as well as accuracy. Iboats.com has the selection and variety of weather instruments to fit all your boating needs.
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Check the weather forecast

Check the Weather Before Boating

This video will explain the importance of checking the weather forecast before you go boating. ... read more



Video Transcript

Speaker 1: One of the biggest things we see in this area, in the Gulf of Mexico is, in the summertime we have thunderstorms that come up at a moment’s notice. We have the center of the state that heats up and it draws the cool gulf air to the center creating massive thunderstorms which then move to the coast. If when you finally see a thunderstorm, it’s too late you’re going to have to go through it or avoid to be able to get back to shore.

Speaker 2: A lot of people, they don’t pay any attention to the weather prior to going out. They get outside and the weather turns foul on them. Checking the weather before you leave the dock should be you’re number one thing to do.

Speaker 1: We’ll have the VHF Radio with the weather channel on-board the vessel at all times. Prior to starting out on your trip follow the local weather. Local weather now is so good on the news that you’ll be able to tell if there’s something that’s going to happen, if there’s going to be a storm at irregular time, if the wind’s going to be high, if there’s small craft advisory, when high and low-tide is – just be aware.

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Boating in Severe Weather

Boating in Severe Weather

This Boat-Ed safety course video emphasizes the importance of staying alert to weather changes before you go boating. Also it goes over several points for what to do if caught in severe weather, including how to secure your boat and look after the safety of your passengers. ... read more



Video Transcript

One way to avoid disaster is by watching the weather. Weather can change suddenly and create unexpected situations for boat operators. Even meteorologists have trouble predicting changes in the weather so stay alert.

If you get caught in severe weather check your PFD to be sure it’s properly fastened. Reduce speed but keep enough power to maintain headway and steering. Have your passengers sit on the floor close to the centerline for their own safety and to make the boat more stable.

If there is lightning, disconnect all electrical equipment and stay clear of metal objects. If possible, head for the nearest shore that’s safe to approach. Point your bow into the waves at a 45 degree angle. Personal watercraft should head directly into the waves.

Courtesy of www.boat-ed.com
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