Collection: Marine Navigation & Instruments - Radars

A radar works by sending out a radio signal. When the signal hits an object it get reflected back to the radar, which can then calculate a rough estimate of the object. Radars detect other ships and land obstacles this signal will help avoid a collision while you are on the water. A radar can be one of the most reliable collision avoidance technologies on board. Radars are very helpful especially at night or in poor visibility or fog.