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Boats on the water should use Very High Frequency (VHF) and marine-band radios have been around for many years and remain the primary means of communication for boat radioa throughout the United States. VHF boat radios should be your "go-to" device in an emergency unless you are practically shouting distance from shore. The main uses of a VHF radio are:

  • Distress calling and SAFETY
  • Ship to shore communications
  • Navigation (vessels to bridges, etc.)
  • Marine operator to place calls to shore
  • NOAA Weather Broadcasts

For reliable on-the-water communications, we recommend using either hand-held or fixed-mount VHF radios. If you experience engine failure, a storm disables you, or you find yourself in a true emergency, a boat VHF radio can be your lifeline to help. In Coast Guard jurisdictions, VHFs are monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

For extra assurance, the USCG, most TowBoatU.S. and Vessel Assist towers can locate your boat by tracking your VHF signal, but they can't do that with a cell phone.

My Inboard Marine stocks the most popular brands or marine radios for your boat such as, Lowrance, Garmin, Icom, Simrad and more!

Check out the Basics For Marine Radio use right HERE!

Get your VHF Radio and make sure you are not STUCK ON THE WATER!

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