Even though we want to keep every thing as simple as possible, when it comes to navigation and instrumentation its not so easy.
We bought Thyra from a Dutch guy who made a lot of upgrading to her after many years sailing for ASV In Berlin. But obviously he never got to renew the navigation. This meant that it was easy for us to pull out the old 7,5 kg PC with 3,5″ floppydisk, pactor modem, VHF without DSC, Navtex, and some other useless stuff… On a new backplate I could now build a nav-area, nice and simple and only with the instrumentation I needed.
Almost all units are B&G and connected via NEMA2000.
Instruments in the nav-station:
V90S VHF Radio.
H50 Wireless handset
Zeus3 9″ Chartplotter
B&G NAC-3 Autopilotcomputer
B&G Ram T3 – Hydraulic driveunit
B&G Triton2 controller
Icom SSB Radio
Victron Charger/Inverter remote