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Pulling It All Together

Tugs—just the name brings up pictures of crowded, busy harbors and probably the toughest job in the marine industry. Because service, not excuses, is expected regardless of rain, hail, snow, fog, time of day or year. That's why service and dependability have become synonymous with tugs.

And dependability and service are where Furuno really shines. Ail sizes of radars that have established an unmatched reputation for quality and performance. A broad range of navigational equipment such as lorans, sat navs and plotters that will safely get you where you need to be. Automatic direction finders, echosounders and other prod-ucts that will increase effi- ciency.

To pull your electronics line to-gether, check out all the Furuno products at any of our more than 200 authorized dealers all over the U.S., or write 271 Harbor Way, RO. Box 2343

South San Francisco, CA 94080

Tel 415-873-9393 / Telex 331419

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