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Raymarine, Boston Whaler form partnership

Raymarine was named the exclusive marine electronics supplier to Boston Whaler.

Raymarine products are now factory-installed options on 18 of Boston Whaler's 2010 models.

"With a fully-networked electronics suite from Raymarine, our customers will experience even more enjoyment and peace of mind on the water," said John Ward, president of Boston Whaler, in a statement.

"Like Boston Whaler, we're committed to engineering products that are durable and easy to use, multiplying the quality and reliability boaters have come to associate with both companies," said Dave Bimschleger, president of Raymarine, in a statement.

The first model to feature Raymarine electronics is the new 370 Outrage, the largest Boston Whaler to date. The boat is outfitted with two Raymarine C140W displays, the DSM300, HD Digital radar and the ST70 X-30 autopilot.

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