Clearwater, FL, July 6, 2020 – Lose The Cord is excited to be a new member of the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) network. The NMEA is committed to enhancing the technology and safety of marine electronics through installer training and interface standards. NMEA members promote professionalism within the marine electronics industry and provide access to the highest quality marine electronics products for your boating needs.
"Being a part of national organizations like NMEA is pivotal in connecting boaters to the needed gap in internet coverage. Partnerships like this help organizations like ours to offer premium internet solutions for those that directly need a stable and secure internet connection while aboard. Over the last few months, we have seen a dramatic increase in a need for solutions that could be mobile for those who have transitioned to working from home or online learning. We are excited for our new membership and look forward to offering our solution nationally.” said Paul Zoz, President & CEO of Lose The Cord.
Capt. Arik Bergerman faced 6- to 8-foot seas at the wheel of his Yellowfin Carbon 39 as it rocketed across the wave tops from Key West, Florida, toward a wreck near the Dry Tortugas, 88 miles away, in a no-holds-barred effort to win the Stock Island Village Marina King Mackerel Tournament in January 2016. But suddenly, the run came to a halt as Bergerman pulled back the throttles in response to an alert on one of the multifunction displays.