Raymarine’s exciting new CP200 CHIRP SideVisionTM Sonar is a true breakthrough in fish-finding. By successfully combining, for the first time, the company’s stunning CHIRP sonar with the latest side scanning technology, Raymarine now lets fishers see further and find more fish than ever before.
Combined with Raymarine’s popular CHIRP DownVisionTM sonar, the CP200 gives fishers a huge advantage: delivering crystal clear, 180-degree photo-like pictures of what is under and around their vessel.
“With CHIRP SideVision, anglers can now not only see fish and structure directly below their boat but also at up to 180 metres on either side,” says Mark Milburn, CEO of New Zealand Raymarine distributor, Lusty & Blundell Ltd.
“This makes CHIRP SideVision ideal for searching reef structures, mussel and oyster farms, wrecks and the like. It is also perfect for finding fish hiding under logs or banks in fresh water.”
Raymarine uses two independent, best-in-class, high-performance transducer arrays, with dedicated CHIRP sonar channels, to deliver the clearest, most revealing images of the world below the boat. Anglers can also choose from three preset transducer angles to further enhance these images in either shallow or deeper water.
Simple to integrate with any Raymarine multifunction displays running the LightHouse II user interface, the exciting new CP200 CHIRP SideVision Sonar will be on display at the Lusty & Blundell stand at the Auckland On Water Boat Show in September.
It will then be available through Lusty & Blundell’s nationwide network of leading marine dealers.