Garmin GPS System Navigation for Boating, Fishing and Flying

Garmin, the GPS system world leader, just released a very diverse group of GPS -based products at the 2011 CES Show in Las Vegas. Garmin has such a wide range of products, that they have a GPS system that works for just about anyone. If you enjoy sailing,  boating, fishing, or flying (aviation), here are a few Garmin GPS systems worth checking out:

Garmin just announced the release of the GHS 20 and GHS 20i full-function wireless remote handsets for Garmin’s VHF 200 and VHF 300 series radios, and the VHF 200i and VHF 300i international radios.

With the GHS 20 or GHS 20i, your boat’s communication station doesn’t have to be stationary,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin’s vice president of worldwide sales. “The GHS 20/20i wireless handset is an invaluable accessory to mariners, as it gives them the freedom to move about the boat while always having full control of their VHF radio.”

The Garmin Marine GPS system has and echo® fishfinder series for freshwater sonar performance offers increased power and improves the performance resulting in concise fish targeting and bottom tracking.

Garmin’s Aviation GPS system uses the G5000® integrated cockpit system. It is is designed especially for crew-flown turbine aircraft and incorporates touchscreen capability for ease of use and safer flying.

Garmin was founded in 1989. Since then it has delivered 72 million GPS system enabled devices – far more than any other navigation provider. Garmin’s market breadth in the GPS industry is second to none, having developed innovative products and established a leadership position in each of the markets it serves, including automotive, aviation, marine, fitness, outdoor recreation, tracking, and wireless applications.

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