Gear review: Garmin’s marine autopilot


GHP10 _HR_0001[1] If the cold winter weather has got you day dreaming about spring, you might have already started thinking about what electronic upgrades and additions to add to your boat when the weather turns. One upgrade that's certain to be on a lot of boater's minds is an autopilot. So the guys over at Marine Electronics Reviews have been busy installing and testing Garmin's GHP 10 Autopilot with its patented Shadow Drive technology and have recently posted their two-part review where they discuss installation and operation, including slow speed trolling, as well as navigating to waypoints and along routes. They hooked up the GHP 10 to a GPSMAP 5212 touchscreen plotter via the NMEA 2000 network, and reported "rock solid course tracking." Especially for a long-haul excursion, they said their "crew was impressed and very happy they didn't have to steer manually for hours a day." Check out the full review and see for yourself how the GHP 10 is reliable, easy to use, and there when you need it.

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