- Engine Autosynchronizer
- Fuel Gauge
- Navigation Lights
- Running Lights
- Upper Station: New stereo headunit (being installed) ICOM-IC M125 VHF Autopilot: Robertson F200 NAIAD Stabilizer Control Furuno GP-1850D GPS/Chartplotter Raytheon L470 Fishfinder Northstar 800X GPS/Plotter Datamarine Depth/Speed/Distance gauges Raytheon Raychart 600
- Lower Station: Northstar 800x GPS/Chartplotter Raytheon R21 Radar Raytheon Raychart 600 SEA 225 SB Radio NAIAD Stabilizer Control Robertson AP200DL Autopilot Datamarine Depth/Speed/Distance gauges Apelco Fishfinder Standard Horizon VHF
1988 490 Buccaneer. Name ‘CRUSOE’ in black with palm tree on island. Red hull. White deck and cabin. Light grey road canopy. Grey marine ribbed carpet. S/s rear boarding ladder. S/s ski pole. Aux brackets. Two rear rod holders. Uniden marine radio and aerial (tip missing). Apelco fishfinder and transducer, small bilge pump and motor well lamp, cabin light. Floor has a circle cut out for the ski pole plus u bolt to attach ski pole to back transom/motor well. Brand new battery. Small crack in windscreen on curved front top corner where canopy frame is attached.
The Apelco family of fishfinders feature a "sidelooker" capability, that uses acoustic sensors specifically designed for underwater use to view either side of a vessel, from the surface to the bottom without clutter from either above the water line or from the bottom. Unlike a depth meter which shows only a digital readout, the Apelco Fishfinders provide a "real-time" visual display of everything between the bottom of the boat and the bottom of the water. The fishfinders are available in three models: 265, 365 and 465. In addition, the 365 and 465 models digitally display speed, water temperature and distance logged.
I have a 560 or 565 Fish/GPS Lowrace fishfinder units far outperform the apelco fishfinder . The GPS and navigation features are great.I plan to keep my apelco for navigation and buy a furuno color fishfinder.