Raymarine, a unit of FLIR Systems Inc., is a maker of recreational marine electronics that include marine radar, multifunction displays, fishfinders and autopilots.

SeaStar Solutions adds Raymarine autopilot system

SeaStar Solutions selected Raymarine’s Evolution EV-2 drive-by-wire autopilot system for its new Optimus EPS and Optimus 360 electronic steering systems. Optimus EPS systems provide electronic power steering for outboard powerboats; Optimus 360 systems add 360-degree maneuvering capabilities, using an intuitive joystick controller. “SeaStar Solutions’ Optimus EPS and Optimus 360 truly integrates the electronic and mechanical…more

Raymarine announces first winner in monthly contest

Raymarine announced the first winner of its new monthly Dragonfly Screen Capture Competition. Ben Garlick of Queensland, Australia, won a refund of the full purchase price of his Dragonfly system, as well as a Dragonfly sun cover and carrying case, by submitting the winning shot for April’s screen capture competition. His eye-catching screen shot captured…more

MIAMI VIDEO: Raymarine talks about new products

MIAMI BEACH — Raymarine unveiled a half dozen products at the Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show, covering everything from sonar to a thermal imaging camera to an autopilot system. “In the consumer electronics industry new innovative product is the lifeblood of our business,” marketing director Jim Hands said Friday. “We’ve gotten some really good…more

Raymarine signs deal with Australian builder

Australian fishing-boat builder Bar Crusher said it is now offering Raymarine as preferred factory-fitted marine electronics equipment on every model in the builder’s range. The company said its decision follows rigorous testing of Raymarine products in its boats during the past 12 months. Bar Crusher director Peter Cleland said every product used in the boats…more

Raymarine rolls out two new apps

Raymarine launched a new series of free apps that enable users to control e- and c-Series multifunction displays wirelessly from a tablet or smart phone. The new apps – RayControl and RayRemote – are available for Apple iOS, Android and Kindle Fire. RayControl transforms tablets into both a viewer and a full-function two-way control; the…more

Raymarine debuts Android app

Raymarine announced the release of its Raymarine Viewer app – RayView – for Android tablets and smart phones. The new app, available now in the Google Play Android store, joins the previously released RayView app for Apple iOS devices such as iPhone and iPad. The RayView app enables boaters to view the screen from their…more

MIAMI: Companies roll out array of new products

MIAMI – Some in the marine industry were eager Wednesday to tout new their products before the official open of the Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show and the Yacht & Brokerage Show. My first stop was at the Miami Beach Marina, where a 32-foot Jupiter center console with the latest equipment from Raymarine and…more

Linssen Yachts signs deal with Raymarine

Linssen Yachts signed an exclusive supply agreement with marine electronics manufacturer Raymarine. Linssen Yachts has worked with Raymarine equipment for several years. With the formation of the new Raymarine Nederland subsidiary, Linssen Yachts has chosen to sign an exclusive supply agreement stating that it provides additional benefits for both the company and its customers, Raymarine…more

Oyster Marine signs deal with Raymarine

Oyster Marine signed a preferred supplier agreement with marine electronics manufacturer Raymarine, the companies announced. “We are delighted to have signed this agreement with Oyster Marine,” Andy Davies, Raymarine U.K. and Ireland sales manager, said in a statement. “Our product range offers the ultimate in sophisticated navigation, communication, on board entertainment and safety systems, while…more

Raymarine acquires British instrument maker

Raymarine announced the acquisition of Tacktick from Suunto, a leading manufacturer of sports precision instruments. Tacktick, which was formed in 1996 and is based in Havant, Hampshire, England, develops and makes wireless solar-powered instruments for the marine market. Tacktick equipment complements the Raymarine product range and will eventually be distributed as a product line through…more

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