GPSMAP 750s is a stand-alone touchscreen chartplotter that brings a new level of functionality to your vessel. Featuring a brilliant 7" (17.78 cm) display, GPSMAP 750s puts all the information you need right at your fingertips. GPSMAP 750s is preloaded with marine charts for the U.K. and Ireland. In addition, GPSMAP 750s accepts radar input and offers full NMEA 2000® connectivity for greater convenience when adding extra sensors.
Explore the Seas
GPSMAP 750s contains preloaded coastal charts for the U.K. and Ireland. For all other areas, GPSMAP 750s has a worldwide basemap. GPSMAP 750s also features an internal, high-sensitivity GPS receiver for superior satellite tracking and quicker acquisition times.
Take Control by Touch
Input is easy with GPSMAP 750s. Whether you’re changing course or simply reviewing information in front of you, the intuitive touchscreen interface makes for simple operation. The unit also offers flexible brightness levels for daytime readability along with low-light dimming during night use. And with a widescreen display that’s rugged and waterproof, it’s made to perform in any situation.
Expand with Radar
Featuring a built-in radar port, GPSMAP 750s can be interfaced with Garmin’s line of affordable GMR™ marine radar systems (sold separately). Whether you’re adding radar now or in the future, you’ll enjoy the convenience of “plug-and-play installation” as well as the power, range and high-definition targeting of our proven radar offerings.
Get Sonar with GPSMAP 750s
GPSMAP 750s comes standard with a 1 kW-capable sonar transceiver. This powerful sonar can help you define fish targets and underwater structures as far down as 2,000 ft (609.6 m) when used with a 1 kW transducer¹.
Add Extras with BlueChart® g2 Vision®
With the optional BlueChart g2 Vision SD™ card (sold separately), you can add a whole new dimension of exceptional features to your chartplotter.
MarinerEye view and FishEye view provide you a 3-D perspective of map information, both above and below the waterline.
High-resolution satellite images and aerial photographs help you orient yourself in unfamiliar areas.
Auto Guidance technology searches through all relevant charts to create a route you can actually follow — one that avoids obstacles, shallow water, buoys and other obstructions.