Marine Electronics Selection Beefed-up by NavShack

Press Release
Monday, July 23, 2012
Image courtesy of NavShack

NavShack, now offer more than 13,000 products  in its recently expanded marine products catalogue

NavShack has exponentially increased the number of products it offers, with an expanded selection to include boating supplies, boat safety equipment, automotive/RV accessories, fishing gear, outdoor and water sports products.

According to NavShack, customers have explained to them for years how hard it is for them to find an affordable and qualified boat service dealer. On this basis they decided to apply themselves to meet that requirement.

Applying expertise gained from personal boating experience they’ve expanded their selection to include boating supplies, boat safety equipment, automotive/RV accessories, fishing gear, outdoor and water sports products. In addition, they’ve beefed up their flagship categories like marine communication, safety equipment & marine navigation to offer the most updated tools available.

NavShack also has a comprehensive library of marine technology support articles that includes downloadable product guides and tips written by the experts themselves. This allows marine electronic DIY, manufacturers and boat shops alike the ability to install and troubleshoot any products listed on their site – a huge benefit precious few other companies provide.


 

 


 

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