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Where the Plot Started

What you see in the illustration is our GD-170 color video plotter ... what you don't see is that Furuno introduced video plotting to the U.S. back in 1979 and has probably deliv- ered more of them than everyone else combined.

Today, Furuno helps you navigate better with a broad range of paper and video plotters. While these will interface with many navigational systems, Furuno can also provide a complete package with loran, sat nav, omega, or hybrid navigation re- ceivers.

Furuno has a nav system for just about any size vessel, commercial or recreational. At the top end, a sys- tem that provides color radar overlayed on color plotting with operator control of a huge num- ber of variables. At the other end, Furuno can supply a loran/paper plotter package that fits just about any pilot- house and budget. see the whole Furuno line at any of our more than 200 authorized dealer out- lets all over the U.S., or write for complete literature to 'v CP® 271 Harbor way, RO. Box 2543

South San Francisco, CA. 94083

Tel 415-873-9393/Telex 331419

Furuno. Choice of the professionals.

BOOTH #624

January 1, 1984 Circle 136 on Reader Service Card 25

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