The coolest way to steer your boat !

With the NAVpilot 300’s unique Gesture Controller, Fantum Feedback™ steering and self-learning software, you will enjoy a whole new level of navigation with ease and peace of mind !

Various Display modes

Various display modes are available on the NAVpilot-300, allowing you to obtain all the necessary data you need thanks to user-friendly menu and graphics, either digital or analog. The NAVpilot-300 also features day/night graphic display, offering perfect viewability no matter the time.



SABIKI™ mode lets the autopilot take control while you are drifting astern, so you can focus on fishing instead of steering. Moving astern at a slow pace the SABIKI™ mode is uniquely tailored for sabiki fishing, jigging and bottom fishing. SABIKI™ mode is only available on vessels with outboard engines.

With the SABIKI™mode turned on, the direction can be kept just by adjusting the throttle. In order to keep the same direction, it is not sufficient to just reverse the engine and move astern. The steering has to be constantly adjusted to keep direction.



FANTUM Feedback™

Furuno's "Fantum Feedback" NAVpilot software clears the path to a simplified installation, while also delivering enhanced steering control. With Fantum Feedback, NAVpilot outboard installations no longer require use of a physical rudder feedback unit.

Fantum Feedback is a menu-selectable feature available in the latest NAVpilot-300 and NAVpilot-700 series software. This software was developed and extensively tested on a wide variety of outboard vessels with hydraulic steering and reversing pump control. Fantum Feedback achieves precise course control, from slow trolling speeds to high-speed cruising, utilizing a newly developed gain process, rather
than traditional rudder angle based control.


The SAFE HELM temporally switches the NAVpilot to manual steering for a specified time interval.
The POWER ASSIST reduces steering system complexity and costs while increasing fuel economy

The POWER ASSIST is a unique helm-activated assisted steering feature that can augment and possibly replace separate electric and power-robbing, engine-driven power steering systems on many vessels. POWER ASSIST reduces steering system complexity and costs while increasing economy.

NavNet TZtouch2 Full Control

(V6.1 coming soon)

The NavNet TZtouch2 v6.1 or later software allows full control of the NAVpilot-300. Not only can the modes be changed or the course adjusted, the user is also able to change installation settings, function parameters and use Fish Hunter™ modes.

With NavNet TZtouch 2 MDFs (TZTL12F/15F and TZT2BB) as primary control units, the user can have full control of the autopilot.

NAVpilot-300 controls can be displayed in two ways on your NavNet TZtouch2 MFD, depending on your preference. You can have a Side data panel on the left side of the screen, which quickly slides in and out with a swipe of your finger. This is perfect when you want to use a full or two-way split screen for other functions. The other option is to display the NAVpilot-300 controls in a quarter screen instrument window. Both methods allow for easy and intuitive control of the Autopilot.


Display4.1"  Color LCD
Effective Display Area85.2 (W) x 85.2 (H) mm
Pixel NumberQVGA (320 x 240)
Backlight700 cd/m2 typical
Steering modesSTBY, Auto, Dodge, NFU (Non-follow up), Turn, Advanced auto*, Navigation*, FishHunterTM*, Override (*external data required)
Sea Condition AdjustmentAuto/Manual-Calm/Moderate/Rough
AlarmDeviation alarm, Watch alarm
PortsNMEA2000 x1, CAN bus x1 (DBW control) Control signal x3, Bluetooth
Input059392/904, 060160/416/928, 061184, 065240,126208/464/720/992/996, 127237/250/258, 128259,129025/026/029/283/284/285/538, 130577/818/821/827/841
Output059392/904, 060928, 126208/464/720/993/996/998, 127237/245, 130816/821/822/823/827/841
Processor UnitIP55
Control UnitIP56
Other unitOther unit Gesture Controller: IP67
Power Supply

Processor Unit 12-24 VDC 0.22 A max.
Control Unit 15 VDC 0.29 A max.
Gesture Controller 3 VDC, Dry cell battery (AAA, 2 pcs)

Connection Diagram

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