Furuno FUR-MFDBB NavNet-3D Black Box Processor with Inputs from GPS Antenna, Radar, Sounder Module, and Weather Receivers
This is simply the cream of the crop from Furuno, so jam-packed with the latest amazingly innovative features that it almost seems like it’s straight out of a science fiction movie. But be forewarned, all these bells and whistles will cost you, the MSRP is $10,995. The built-in NavNet 3D utilizes cutting-edge technology called “Time Zero" which instantly redraws charts, allows for zooming in and out, changing from multiple chart display modes, and more chart handling functions seamlessly. That means no lag time at all between essentially any type of view you'd like to see at the moment. 3D chart rendering is something you have to experience to believe, and it creates a superior sense of situational awareness to your surroundings no matter where you are on the water. The water tower you see looking landward looks exactly like the water tower on the chart.
Satellite Photo Fusion combines a hybrid blend of detailed satellite imagery and critical chart data. On the display you can see Radar overlay, Sirius Network Weather Receiver, Automatic Identification System (AIS) for tracking other ships, chart symbols, routes, depth soundings, and anything else. If there is a mermaid in the water, she'll be on your screen in all her 3D glory. But even with this massive variety of information available, accessing it and alternating in and out of modes is not difficult due to the ROTOKEY on-screen revolving menu function which gives you instant access to all of the functions and viewing options. Along with the ROTOKEY, you have point-and-click cursor pad controls and can even connect a conventional mouse using a generic USB mouse to further simplify operation. Currently, you can buy one for just shy of $10,000 on Amazon.com.