Get a sharper view from your connected helm with the GPSMAP® x3 series chartplotters. These chartplotters feature higher-resolution displays in 7”, 9” and 12” sizes, and have 60% more pixels than previous-generation touchscreens. And with a compact footprint, vivid sonar color palette and nearly double the processing power of previous-generation GPSMAP devices, they seamlessly integrate into your Garmin marine system. GPSMAP x3 also features options for built-in Ultra High-Definition SideVü and ClearVü scanning sonars and supports 1 kW CHIRP traditional sonar as well as fully networkable radar, Panoptix LiveScope™ sonar and Auto Guidance¹ technology.
¹Auto Guidance is for planning purposes only and does not replace safe navigation operations
Instantly create HD fishing maps on screen with 1-foot contours of nearly any body of water with Quickdraw Contours from Garmin. You don’t have to send anything in and wait — results appear instantly on your compatible Garmin chartplotter screen. More importantly, these are your maps. Share them if you wish – with the Quickdraw Community on Garmin Connect – or keep for yourself. You own them.
2015 FLW Tour Angler of the Year Scott Martin doesn’t put anything but the best on his boat. That’s why he chooses Garmin. Scott explains why Garmin SideVü is not just a nice tool to have on your boat – it’s essential.
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Join Dr. Lesley de Souza and the locals of Rewa Village as they study the massive Arapaima, one of the largest freshwater fish in the world. If their studies show that these threatened giants of the river migrate into the flooded forests during the rainy season, they might just make a case against the deforestation and mining that jeopardize this beautiful jungle ecosystem and the culture of its inhabitants.
Filmed by Ship To Shore Productions
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Special thank you to Rewa Eco-Lodge (http://rewaecolodge.com/) including Managers Dicky Alvin, Rudy Edwards and guides Dennis Alvin, Rovin Alvin, Shun Alvin, Matt Breuer, Davis Edwards, Winston Edwards, Terry Haynes, all the Rewa villagers, and Mike McLeod.
Visit https://www.costadelmar.com/inside-costa/protect-guyana to learn more.
Additional thanks to:
Inter-American Development Bank
Government of Canada
Cluster: Rewa Ecolodge, Surama Ecolodge, & Karanambu Ecolodge
Ministry of Indigenous Peoples Affairs
Ministry of Agriculture
Ministry of Tourism
THAG – Tourism Hospitality Association of Guyana
Indifly – http://indifly.org/
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