Simrad claims that the CA44's two 1,000-watt transceivers, teamed up with the company's custom Combi-C through-hull transducer ($1,295), allow it to maintain a bottom reading to 5,000 feet. Not sure where the canyon edge is? You will be once you split the screen between this all-in-one box's fishfinder and chartplotter, which displays information with C-Map NT+ cartography. Need to spot lobster pot balls, since they attract lots of gamefish? Just split the screen again, this time with the radar. The CA44's radar spotted these small targets at a mile and a half. Clusters of three to five birds were also visible on this range setting. Set it to heads-up, north-up, or course-up. The Albemarle 268 had a Simrad RB 715A randome installed, which puts out 4kW of power and has a 36-nautical-mile range. Need more? No problem, open-array antennae with ranges up to 72 nautical miles are available.