COOL STUFF FOR YOUR BOAT - Expedition Software is clearly the most powerful navigation and routing program on the market. If you currently use Expedition, or are considering moving to it, this is the must have addition. Add a wireless router and you have the complete navigation handheld solution for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod. Take full advantage of all the power built into Expedition wirelessly from anywhere on the boat.
With the Ventus Navigator you can display any of the data from your Expedition software anywhere you are, no need to buy and wire in more expensive displays. You can have different data displayed to your tactician, helmsman, trimmers or at the Nav Station. Keep track of performance while below deck, even in your bunk!
Navigator comes loaded with a flexible starting timer that automatically switches over to page sets designed to get necessary data to your helmsman or tactician after the starting gun. The Timer can be set for 15, 10, 5, or 3 minutes sequences and set to a revolving sequence or in a countdown/count up mode.
The Helm set displays Target Boat Speed and Boat Speed upwind then switches to Target Twa and Twa for downwind legs in a big two function display mode making it easy for the helmsman to see the data he needs. Both display a bar graph along the bottom of the page showing headers and lifts.
For the navigator, who has more time to look at data, the pre-start display shows the countdown time, time to the port end of the starting line, time to the starboard end, time to burn, and line bias. After the start it switches to course mode and displays time and distance to both laylines, heading, and COG. He can switch back and forth to the wind screen that shows Twd, Tws, Twa and Awa.
In addition to the pre-set pages you can easily configure and save your own pages to display any of the data that Expedition puts out. Set up pages for offshore races, next leg data, or just a page to get you to your favorite anchorage; all at your fingertip control.
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