GARMIN GPSMAP 723 Chartplotter
Garmin GPSMAP 723 Chartplotter
With 7" LCD and worldwide Basemap
With its added processing power and new slimline design featuring edge-to-edge glass and a smaller unit footprint, it's easy to retrofit this plotter in a wider range of dash configurations. New higher-resolution displays offer improved sunlight readability with 60% more pixels than previous-generation GPSMAP devices.
SailAssist allows you to view laylines, race start line guidance, enhanced wind rose, heading and course-over-ground lines, true wind data fields and tide/current/time slider, wind angle, set and drift, wind speed and more.
Optional g3 Vision charts offer the best of Garmin and Navionics data, Auto Guidance technology and other premium navigation features.
If you have multiple compatible Garmin devices on your boat, you can share information -- such as maps, user data, radar and IP camera video -- among them. Connect to compatible autopilots, digital switching, weather, Fusion-Link audio system, media, VHF, AIS and more from one screen using NMEA 0183 or 2000.
Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity pairs with the free all-in-one mobile app for access to the OneChart feature, smart notifications, software updates, Garmin Helm digital switching, Garmin Quickdraw Community data and more. Connect with some of your favorite devices, such as quatix marine watches, gWind Wireless 2 transducers, GNX Wind marine instruments and wireless remote controls using ANT technology.
Now you can connect your chartplotter to different kinds of engines, including select Yamaha engines using the J1939 standard. The exclusive OneHelm feature brings together all the operations and capabilities of select third-party devices, such as EmpirBus digital switching, all on one screen.
Pair with Panoptix PS51 (transducer sold separately) with FrontVu scanning sonar to help you see and avoid submerged obstacles in real time as you approach within a 300' range.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to http://www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.