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Zeus S: Chartplotter Just For Sailors

B&G unfurls Zeus S, an intuitive plotter with simple graphic displays and one-touch features, designed with shorthanded crews.

White sailboat sailing into open blue water with wake behind it and blue sky in the background

Sometimes a little simplification is in order. With a nod to newbie sailors and shorthanded crews, the B&G Zeus S chartplotter is designed to make sailing easier, displaying information tailored to the sailor's needs in that moment, and hiding unnecessary clutter.

"Zeus S is our most intuitive chartplotter for sailing yet and is designed to be at the heart of your cruising system," says Kevin Steinbraker, vice president of digital systems. "Zeus S is the perfect solution for cruising sailors with simple sailing modes making it easy to see the data you want, when you want it."

Zeus S comes with new sailing modes, preset dashboards, and data views for a variety of sailing situations, along with many enhanced features for a simpler sailing experience — all powered by C-MAP charting options. Users select the relevant mode for their situation and the system provides just the right information needed for cruising or racing in a simplified, easy-to-quickly-understand display. Zeus S continues to support enhanced sailing features including updates for SailSteer, LayLines, Routes, and more.

Product photo: Zeus S Chartplotter

The uncluttered Zeus S display shows just the essential information needed to navigate.

"Zeus S also integrates with the B&G App, allowing users to plan trips, review routes, and manage waypoints from home, then sync once on board," says Steinbraker.

"Sailors will love the connectivity options, with easy integration using NMEA2000 to connect to Autopilot, Instruments, Radar, Sailing Processors, Audio, Engines, and a wealth of other compatible products." Available in 7-, 9- and 12-inch screens. Pricing starts at $999 |

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