Honda Marine unveils HondaLink® Marine Smartphone Application

HondaLink Marine

Oct 12, 2021

At the International BoatBuilders Exhibition & Conference (IBEX), Honda Marine unveiled HondaLink® Marine, putting smart boating into the hands of boat owners. The new, integrated smartphone application provides owners with complete, remote monitoring capability and ownership information for boats anytime from anywhere. Honda Marine is the first marine outboard manufacturer to offer its own comprehensive, connected services boat management app, useable, compatible and customizable with any boat size powered by National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) 2000® certified engines.

Key Takeaways:

• Designed to utilize long-term evolution (LTE) and satellite data, HondaLink® Marine provides boat owners and operators, whether onboard or on land, the ability to monitor boat and engine data, maintain navigation and safety information, and connect to a Honda dealer, via smartphone, 24/7. HondaLink® Marine also is compatible with iOS and Android devices and provides boaters access to an expansive network of Honda dealers.

• With the introduction of this new comprehensive app, Honda Marine is bringing the power of connectivity, impressive performance and the next level of technological excellence to a wide range of audiences—from consumers to boat builders/OEMs, to marine dealers, boat clubs and fleet owners—making boating more convenient and more enjoyable than ever before.

• American Honda Motor Co., Inc. has long embraced the world of remote connectivity, linking handheld devices to automobiles, trucks, and power equipment. Leveraging the expertise of the Honda Automotive division, HondaLink® Marine is inspired by HondaLink®, the exclusive smartphone app developed for owners of Honda automobiles.

• HondaLink® Marine advances Honda Marine from a top manufacturer of world-class, reliable outboards to a class-leading propulsion systems provider that helps boat owners make the most of the future of boating.

• HondaLink® Marine will be available in early spring 2022; details about pricing and subscription parameters will coincide with the app’s official marketplace launch and on-sale date.

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