Bring It On, Fort Lauderdale!Oct 31, 2019
KIRKLAND, Wash. (October 2019) – Icom will be present at the 2019 Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) from October 30th – November 3rd. FLIBS is the largest in-water boat show and is celebrating its 60th annual exhibition of boats, yachts, marine products and accessories. We will be located at booths 331 and 332 at the Bahia Mar Yachting Center, 801 Seabreeze Blvd. Whether you’re on board or in the water, Icom has what you need.
This year marks the M605's third consecutive year receiving the Product of the Year award. This top-notch, fixed-mount marine VHF transceiver is designed to bring communication to life with optimum visibility in mind. The large 4.3-inch LCD color display provides nearly 180-degree viewing angle for easy readability in any lighting condition, day or night. The M605 is not just a radio. It’s a system that allows for smooth operation throughout a vessel. Remotely control up to three controllers using all the M605 functions with the HM-195 series COMMANDMICTM. The M605 gives boaters flexibility and never have to be tied to one place again while on board.
Our compact and light M85 marine portable is perfect for crew. Features include 100 programmable land mobile channels, automatic emergency alarm, a built-in voice scrambler for private communications, and packs a punch with its powerful 700 mW audio. The M85’s user-friendly display contains icons and indicators like transmit power, VOX ON/OFF, battery status, scan, weather channel, and more.
The M93D transceiver has taken marine radios to the next level. This Float’n Flash-equipped VHF handheld is perfect for the tender, personal watercraft, water toy, or any other leisure marine activity. The M93D is slender, two-toned, with a large LCD screen and a user-friendly keypad. Stay safe with the M93D’s advanced features like integrated GPS, bearing and speed. Equivalent to a ‘mayday button,’ the built-in Class D Digital Selective Calling (DSC) button provides a quick, direct link to the Coast Guard on channel 70.
If you are on the water as a commercial or pleasure boater, Icom has a radio that will fit your needs. For more information on the show, please visit FLIBS.com.