Garmin introduces Garmin Nautix In-View Display for mariners

Garmin, the global leader in satellite navigation announced the Garmin Nautix™ In-View, a hands-free in-view display that enhances mariners’ situational awareness by putting important information in their line of sight1. The versatile design of the Garmin Nautix™ In-View, attaches to most sunglasses and it displays key boating data including speed, heading, water depth and temperature, wind direction, engine RPM, and more from a compatible onboard Garmin device.

“Garmin Nautix™ In-View is another example of our innovative head-mounted display technology that’s purpose built and designed for dedicated activities like cruising, fishing or sailing,” said Dan Bartel, Garmin Vice President of worldwide sales. “Boaters can now have a continuous view of critical boat data at all times, which is beneficial in a number of on-the-water situations, including when looking for fish and changes in water temperature or depth need to be seen; when sailors are starting a race and need to see the countdown timer; or on the bow while anchoring, the depth of water can be displayed”

Garmin Nautix
Featuring eight hours of always-on battery life and a durable, weatherproof design, the Garmin Nautix™ In-View is built to withstand the harsh marine environment. Its glove and wet-weather friendly touch panel can be used to rotate between data displays, and its adaptable mounting style allows it to attach on either arm of the glasses with a fully adjustable arm and eye piece for optimum display position. Weighing approximately only 29 grams the Garmin Nautix™ In-View, is designed for comfort. Its integrated ambient light sensor and colour display ensure readability in all conditions, and it can be worn with polarised and prescription lenses. 

Connect the Garmin Nautix™ In-View with a compatible chartplotter or instrument to receive information from up to 12 different data screens. Users can easily view streaming boat data including speed and heading, speed over ground, wind angle, direction and speed, water temperature and depth, engine RPM, and distance and bearing to next waypoint. Sailors can even view advanced racing data, including countdown timer, time to burn, and start line information. 

The Garmin Nautix™ In-View is compatible with the GPSMAP® 7400 series and the new GPSMAP 8400 series. It’s expected to be available in April with a suggested retail price of £389.99 inc VAT. Learn more at 

1 For situational awareness only. Users should view data on the display at a glance and should always focus on surroundings.


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