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Weather receiver and Navtex receiver for boats & yachts

Nothing interests skippers as much as the weather - before the trip and even more so at sea. The on-board weather station contributes to an objective assessment of the situation. For longer cruises, a weather receiver is recommended. This way you will be warned in good time of weather changes, storms and tempests and can make your decision accordingly.

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Nothing interests skippers as much as the weather - before the trip and even more so at sea. The on-board weather station contributes to an objective assessment of the situation. For longer cruises, a weather receiver is recommended. This way you will be warned in good time of weather changes, storms and tempests and can make your decision accordingly.

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Weather receiver and Navtex receiver for boats & yachts

Nothing interests skippers as much as the weather - before the trip and even more so at sea. The on-board weather station contributes to an objective assessment of the situation. For longer cruises, a weather receiver is recommended. This way you will be warned in good time of weather changes, storms and tempests and can make your decision accordingly.

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A weather station provides you with clear basic data - temperature, air pressure and, ideally, wind strength. With a device like NASA Meteo Man, you can also follow the development and thus better assess the situation.

At sea, forecasts about the weather are most easily available via radio. The information is reported via various systems with different ranges. In German coastal areas and a little beyond, within a radius of 300 nautical miles around Pinneberg, you can reach the DWD's marine weather reports via the weather receiver.

In international waters you receive weather reports and warnings via a Navtex receiver. This usually requires a Navtex antenna. With a device like NASA Clipper, you read the messages directly on the display. The weather infobox from Mörer also provides Navtex data. Here, the messages can either be read from the display or called up via a laptop. The Weather Infobox has an internal antenna.

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