Life rafts are designed to provide shelter for crew members endangered from a capsized, burning or sinking boat. It can be the most important piece of safety equipment on your boat when you have the right raft for your needs. Some things to consider when selecting a raft is determining what type of cruising you are taking part in. Are you cruising offshore, sailing off on a voyage around the states, fishing a tournament offshore? If you said "yes" to any of those options then you are a candidate for needing protection offered from a liferaft.
Why Do You Need a Life Raft?
Lowrance has stepped up their game with the introduction of an all new trolling motor system designed to integrate seemlessly with Lowrance multifunction displays like HDS LIVE.
What you need to know
The Lowrance Ghost trolling motor is available in 47" making it ideal for freshwater use on most bass boats. It includes a wired foot pedal with lots of smart options. With the foot pedal you can operate the trolling motor just like a motor with mechanical control. You can slso engage the heading mode, engage Anchor mode and more. Here re some more things you should know:
In 2019 Simrad has introduced their new Cruise Series. These units are offered in 5, 7 and 9 inch versions. If you are in need of a full featured chartplotter and a capable sonar then the Cruise should be all you need. And with the low price point, you may be able to get a larger screen size than you could with other units. The Cruise Series is ideal for boats with simple navigational needs. Wakeboard boats, small fishing boats, express cruisers and sail boats.