Raymarine issued a voluntary recall of its SPX5 Sport Drive Pilot because of a potential component problem with those models sold between February and July 2009. Raymarine says the mechanical clutch assembly on these products could fail, causing the steering of the vessel to lock in one direction, with a possible risk to the safety…more
Raymarine, a unit of FLIR Systems Inc., is a maker of recreational marine electronics that include marine radar, multifunction displays, fishfinders and autopilots.
Raymarine is offering a special rebate promotion for the company’s A-Series and E-Series multifunction navigation displays. From now through Sept. 30, customers can receive the following rebates: $250 for the E80 high-performance multifunction display, $350 for the E120, and $200 for the A50 GPS/chart plotter and the A50D GPS/plotter/fishfinder. The E-Series displays combine high-speed networking…more
Raymarine says it’s exploring equity fund-raising or a sale of the business, and in the absence of either will seek to secure additional medium-term debt facilities with its banking group. Last month, global sales were “broadly in line” with the expectations, the company said in a statement last week. “In the U.S., sales have remained…more
Raymarine, a leader in marine electronics, says its 2008 Seminar Series, which began in early April, has sold out at the six locations it has visited, with two more stops coming this fall. The Seminar Series is designed for owners of Raymarine’s C-Series and E-Series Multifunction Displays, offering them tips and techniques for optimally using…more