Wesmar’s Nav & Security Sonar Series EV850

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Wesmar EV850 Expedition Vessel Navigation and Security Sonar is a hull-mounted searchlight sonar designed for large personal yachts, expedition vessels, and cruise ships. The searchlight addresses:
•    Safety while cruising in unknown or hazardous waters, including alerts of icebergs, underwater rocks/pinnacles and reefs
•    Scanning capability in harbor entrances for safe passage and tidal anchorage for mooring hazards
•    Constant 360 degree sonar monitoring of depth under vessel to prevent groundings
•    Detection of underwater intruders
Visit www.wesmar.com for new literature which includes high definition images of the sonar screen as well as the exact specifications of the EV850 series with a diagram of the system.

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