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As of January 2014, we have moved into our new building on Broad Street in Oriental

Please note new address and telephone number

1102 Broad Street Extension

Oriental, NC 28571

(252) 249-2222

 

                             
From Pete, the President of Seacoast Marine Electronics:

Aboard RMS Franconia in the late 1960's there was no electronic navigation except Radar, a Paper Chart Depth Recorder and an RDF (radio direction finder). The ship's noon position was determined by a sextant and then plotted on a paper chart. On days when the sun was obscured, the noon position was calculated using DR (dead reckoning). DR is based on the distance and course made good from the last good sextant fix and is a computation based on heading from the ships gyro and speed calculated from engine revolutions with an error correction for propeller "slip"........
 

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My, how things have changed !

We installed this Raymarine C90W Multifunction Display on board a Little Harbor 46. This one Multifunction display can process and display a Digital Radar picture, as well as Satellite differential GPS position fixes on Navionics based electronic charts, layer a Radar image over the chart, add AIS(automatic identification system) information as another layer, display Sirius Satellite Weather Maps, Video Sounder and Video Camera screens.  In addition it can display data from Depth, Speed, Water Temperature and Wind sensors, as well as control the autopilot! Alas, it does not make Hot Chocolate for the crew on the middle watch!

 

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Seacoast Marine Electronics

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Seacoast Marine Electronics

DEALERS FOR SCS PACTOR MODEMS

Aboard Franconia, we transmitted messages in morse code at 25 words per minute. Radiotelephone calls were transmitted via SSB (Single Sideband) at great expense using an ST1400 transmitter - (1,400Watts PEP). Now, with the addition of an SCS Pactor  Modem to your 150W PEP ICOM SSB installation, you can keep in touch with family ashore via email!

 

 

Seacoast Marine Electronics

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ResQlink PLB

Send I'm OK Messages and test your EPIRB through the Satellite System. Increase the functionality of your EPIRB with the optional 406Link.com non-emergency messaging service.

Globalfix iPro Cat II

P/N 2848


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