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Simrad Yachting promotion offers cash rebates

Simrad Yachting is offering a limited-time Spring Sales Event promotion that provides cash rebates on its most popular products.

The program runs through May 31 and consumers who purchase qualified Simrad Yachting marine electronics from an authorized dealer will receive cash rebates.

"This extensive promotion provides the opportunity for significant savings on leading Simrad Yachting navigation systems, autopilots, pilot drives and instruments," said Louis Chemi, chief operating officer of Navico Americas, in a statement.

"Our rebate program makes it possible for a greater number of boaters to upgrade their existing electronics to the newest cutting-edge technology or to experience, for the first time, our award-winning innovations," he added.

Simrad Yachting Spring Sales Event rebates are only available on purchases made in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico.

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