Introducing Icom’s new marine VHF radio, the IC-M424G.
Combine distinct modern appeal with radio features that allow
you to communicate and navigate over open water effortlessly.
The M424G includes simplified installation, built-in Class D DSC,
loud audio, and rugged waterproof construction.
Simply the Best.
NMEA In/Out iC- m424g
©2015 Icom America Inc. The Icom logo is a registered trademark of Icom Inc. 41800. As of 12/9/14, this device has not been
approved by the Federal Communications Commission. This
device may not be sold or leased, or be offered for sale or lease,
until approval of the FCC has been obtained.
LAST CHANCE TO
SOLVE A MARITIME
DID YOU KNOW that more than 30 percent of the art market is made up of fakes and forgeries?
The Mariners’ Museum in Newport News,
Virginia, is using that fact to encourage
you to tap into your inner Sherlock Holmes
in an exhibition of 36 paintings by 19th
century maritime artist James Edward
Buttersworth. The catch is that hidden
among the paintings is one modern forgery. But don’t worry, there are plenty of
visual clues dotted throughout the exhibition, and visitors can vote on which
piece they believe to be fake.
“This is a new way to get people to
look carefully at the details in a work
of art without having to have a Ph.D.
in art history,” said chief curator
But hurry, you have a limited time to
seek out the impostor. The exhibition runs
until April 26. — ANN DERMODY