Simrad Yachting

Who we are

With a rich history spanning back to 1946, Simrad Yachting was born from the union of many distinguished pioneers in marine technology.

Robertson, Simonsen Radio, Shipmate and Navico represent years of experience in marine autopilot, communications, satellite navigation, electronic chartplotters, echosounders, instrumentation and multifunction displays. The Simrad brand takes its name from Simonsen Radio which like Robertson, began converting surplus radios for use by commercial fishing vessels just after the Second World War.

Navico is currently the world's largest marine electronics company, and in addition to Simrad Yachting, is also the parent company to leading marine electronics brands Lowrance and B&G.

As Simrad Yachting, we provide a complete range of navigation solutions, communications equipment and instrumentation to customers around the world.

Our values

Our range covers recreational vessels of all sizes, from small runabouts and Sportfishing vessels up to luxury cruisers and superyachts. The Simrad Professional series offers equipment for search and rescue/patrol boats, work boats, commercial fishing boats, passenger vessels, super yachts and short sea/cargo vessels.

Out on the water, the gear you run could make all the difference between uncertainty and confidence. With our strong commitments to quality and reliability, as evidenced by our broad portfolio of industry awards, Simrad will get you there like no one else.

In addition to delivering equipment you can rely on, we’re also committed to delivering the most forward-thinking and practically-designed equipment on the market.

From our TouchSensible technology, which delivers the perfect hybrid of glass-bridge touchscreen display and all-weather conventional controls, to our cutting-edge Broadband 4G Radar and StructureScan™ HD sonar, we give you the latest technology to let you get the most out of your time on the water.

Unsure which product to choose, we can help: http://www.simrad-yachting.com/en-GB/Landing-Pages/Choosing-the-best-marine-navigation-system/