Raymarine announces partnership with Ranger Boats

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Raymarine is partnering with Ranger Boats to offer electronics packages as factory-installed options on the boatbuilder's Bay Ranger line of saltwater boats.

Raymarine is offering two Flats Class electronics packages on select Bay Ranger boats. The optional Flats Class packages consist of either Raymarine's new C90 widescreen multifunction display or the new A50D combination GPS/chart plotter/fishfinder.

Both packages offer Raymarine's HD digital fishfinding technology, as well as the Sirius Marine Weather Service. The Flats Class packages are named for the saltwater fishing television show of the same name hosted by Ray Van Horn and Capt. C.A. Richardson, who fish exclusively on Ranger Boats with Raymarine electronics.

"We're pleased that Raymarine has chosen our legendary Bay Ranger models to platform and share this optional electronics package," said Ranger Boats president, Randy Hopper, in a statement. "The spacious Bay Ranger console design works well with these units to give our family of owners even more opportunity to custom build the saltwater rig of their dreams."

Raymarine Flats Class packages are available on Bay Ranger 2000, 2200, 2310, 2400 and 2410 models.

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