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Wahoo goes digital with Raymarine

December 2013

Wahoo RIBs has chosen Raymarine to supply a complete navigation and control system for its luxurious new flagship, the Wahoo LX600. Based on a race-winning design from the great naval architect Lorne Campbell, the LX is described as the ultimate grand tourer of the oceans; capable of carrying 12 people at speeds of up to 60 knots.
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Raymarine chosen as preferred electronics supplier for Nordship Yachts’ new Custom Line

December 2012


Nordship Yachts, the Danish-based manufacturer of cruising yachts, has launched a unique service enabling boat owners to create their own exclusive dream boat. The introduction of ‘Custom Line’ will make Nordship the world’s first ever boatyard to offer ‘one-design’, fully-customised, luxury cruising yachts from 46 feet upwards.

The service is being headed by Nordship founder Lars Buchwald, and enables boat owners to be involved in every aspect of their cruising yacht’s design and build, from hull design to build materials, layout, rig, interior design and electronics, while costing no more than comparable yachts from leading manufacture of luxury production yachts. 

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Scorpion RIBs chooses Raymarine for its world-leading marine electronics technology

December 2012


Scorpion, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of high quality production and bespoke RIBs for leisure owners, commercial and superyacht users, has announced it has selected Raymarine as its preferred supplier for marine electronics.

Kevin Hunt, General Manager at Scorpion, says the company has chosen Raymarine’s most technically advanced e7D HybridTouch™ multifunction display as the product of choice for all its RIBs. He says, “Raymarine is the market leader in advanced marine electronics. This high level of technical innovation and superb quality reflects the characteristics found in Scorpion RIBs, which makes Raymarine the naturally preferred choice for us to offer to our customers.”  

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Broom Boats chooses Raymarine as preferred supplier

October 2012


October 2012 – One of the longest established boat builders in the UK, Broom Boats, has announced it has selected Raymarine as its supplier of marine electronics, navigation, communications and safety equipment for its range of innovative, hand-crafted motor boats. 


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Partnership Linssen Yachts & Raymarine

August 2012


The largest builder for steel luxury yachts in Western Europe, Linssen Yachts in Maasbracht, the Netherlands, entered a partnership with Raymarine Nederland, supplier for advanced navigation and communication equipment.

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Vicem Chooses Raymarine for its Flagship 107 Yacht

July 2012


Turkish builder Vicem has launched ‘Moni’, its flagship 107 motor yacht equipped with a comprehensive suite of Raymarine electronics. “We chose Raymarine as our supplier for this yacht because we could get everything we required from one supplier,” commented Gary Smith, the US sales broker of Vicem. “We wanted this flagship design to be equipped with the latest in marine electronics.”

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Saffier Yachts installs Raymarine e7 and i70

June 2012


Dutch yacht builder Saffier Yachts is installing Raymarine’s new compact e7 touch screen multifunctional display (MFD) and stylish i70 instrument across all its yacht ranges.

The first Saffier boats to benefit from Raymarine’s latest marine electronics are already on the water. Saffier Yachts’ Classic range (Saffier Sc 6.5, 8 and 10m) and the award winning Elegance (Saffier Se 23, 26 and 33ft) range for day and weekend sailing now include Raymarine as the equipment of choice.

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Bar Crusher and Raymarine join forces

May 2012


Further strengthening its position as Australia's premier plate aluminum fishing boat brand, Bar Crusher is now offering Raymarine as preferred factory-fitted marine electronics equipment.

Available on every model in Bar Crusher's award-winning range, the company's decision follows rigorous testing of Raymarine products in its boats over the past 12 months.  

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Mulder Shipyard selects Raymarine

April 2012


Dutch yacht builder Mulder Shipyard has chosen to install Raymarine’s new e125 and e127 advanced and easy to use multifunction displays, along with Raymarine’s thermal night vision cameras as standard fit across all its ranges. Raymarine electronics will be included as standard on all Mulder Favorite, Mulder Wheelhouse, Mulder Convertible and Mulder Flybridge series.

The Raymarine specification on Mulder yachts also includes the G Series premium network navigation system, VHF DSC radio systems and instruments.

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Elling Yachts installs Raymarine

April 2012


Netherlands-based Elling Yachts has chosen to install the latest Raymarine technology on the Elling E3 (13.8 m) and Elling E4 (14.95 m) motor yachts. Every three weeks a new Elling fitted with Raymarine’s e and c Series multifunction displays leaves the factory, with the latest deliveries being made to Estonian, Russian, Swedish and Dutch customers.

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Carbon3, racing trimaran optimised for speed, selects Raymarine for its navigation solutions

March 2012


Carbon3, the racing trimaran designed exclusively for speed, has announced it will be using Raymarine’s latest high tech and compact marine electronics equipment on board. The announcement was made at the Copenhagen Boat Show by Michael Krumbaek, Country Manager for Raymarine Danmark and Jonas Pedersen, Head of the Carbon3 project. This unique 40 foot long and 32 foot wide trimaran was built in Denmark and is Denmark’s fastest sail racing boat with speeds of around 32 knots.

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Raymarine confirms exclusive supply agreement to Linssen Yachts

July 2011


One of the Netherland’s oldest and most respected yacht builders, Linssen Yachts, has confirmed an exclusive supply agreement with marine electronics manufacturer Raymarine. Linssen Yachts was established in 1949 and is a family business that has grown to become one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of steel motor yachts with dedicated importers in over 21 countries around the globe. 

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