This isn’t your grandfathers VHF!

NEW Vesper Cortex VHF & AIS 

The latest in VHF technology: 

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The World’s Most Advanced Multi-station VHF with Built-in smartAIS SOTDMA Transponder and Remote

Vessel Monitoring


•Includes M1 Hub, H1 Tethered Handset and Accessories

•Add H1P Portable Handset for Wireless Freedom

•Combined AIS and VHF Display with Voiced Alerts

•Transmit AIS and VHF Simultaneously

•Universal Compatibility

In Stock and Shipping Today, Ready to Install! Call Us at 561-517-1846! 
This is the world’s first marine VHF radio with wireless touchscreen handsets, built-in Class B SOTDMA smartAIS transponder and remote vessel monitoring. For your customers that are already upgrading their MFDs and integrating the latest NMEA 2000® technology, this is a no brainer addition of feature-rich functionality in an esthetically pleasing design.

The new Vesper Cortex is clearly the most innovative technology advancement in VHF and AIS, well…in FOREVER!

Can Your VHF Radio Do This?
Tethered and Portable Handsets

Touchscreen Display – 4-inch Gorilla Glass multi-touch display that is wet finger and glove capable and optically bonded for wide-angle and sunlight view-ability

DSC Calling – Touching a vessel onscreen and pressing “call” makes a DSC call directly to that vessel

Up to 10 Handsets, either tethered (Cortex H1) or portable

(Cortex H1P), provide up to 85 dBA of crystal-clear audio and are built to survive the harsh marine environment

A 10W Output enables audio and alerts through an external speaker, even while handsets are turned off

Remote Vessel Monitoring – Enables boaters to know their boat is anchored securely while enjoying a visit ashore by checking on the FREE Cortex Monitor app, from the Google Play or Apple App Store

•An upgraded subscription plan offers more advanced monitoring features such as Anchor Watch, control of onboard devices and real-time updates

Man Overboard Button – Pressing the dedicated man overboard (MOB) button activates a track back mode on all handsets and marks the MOB waypoint on NMEA 2000 connected multi-function displays (MFDs)