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Florida-based The Yacht Group has integrated its Yacht Controller information and control panel on compatible Garmin multifunction displays with OneHelm functionality.

This integration allows Yacht Controller and Garmin users to take advantage of the Garmin display for accessing the Yacht Controller panel during their maneuvers.

Yacht Controller now compatible with Garmin displays. Photo provided

According to Garmin’s Michael Range, incorporating a proven advanced technology brand such as Yacht Controller into the Garmin OneHelm solution will provide customers the opportunity to easily see and control multiple functions via Garmin’s intuitive high-resolution HD touchscreen displays and its high-performance processor.

For more information, visit yachtcontroller.com.

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