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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 remaining easy to use and quick to understand. We already have an excellent working relationship with Oyster Marine, thanks to the technical advice, support, service and warranty we offer.”

The agreement will see Raymarine’s full range of integrated electronics installed onboard Oyster Marine’s hand-built, modern bluewater cruisers and superyachts. Each yacht will start with a suite of Raymarine products that owners can extend and enhance.

“Oyster yachts operate in some of the harshest environments in all corners of the globe, and in the majority of instances, when needed, Raymarine is there,” Oyster Marine commercial director Nick Creed said in a statement.

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