Wesmar - Pacific Marine Expo

Thursday, November 06, 2008

Wesmar will reveal their line of sonar and mechanical products at the Pacific Marine Expo in Seattle, November 20-22.

This year in booth #935, Wesmar will be introducing the new HD850 Fishing Sonar. This sonar features active stabilization and more information at greater clarity with smart scan, stabilized down sounder as well as searchlight advantage. Along with the HD850, Wesmar will be displaying a complete line of sonar systems for Trawl and Navigation. Wesmar will also be exhibiting Bow and Stern Thrusters, Roll Stabilizers, Custom Hydraulic Systems, APU Systems, Windlass, and Proportional Controls.

(www.wesmar.com)

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