Raymarine rolls out rebate program

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Raymarine is offering rebates on a variety of products, including these multifunction devices.

Raymarine is offering rebates on a variety of products, including these multifunction devices.

Electronics manufacturer Raymarine has introduced a promotion that enables owners to accessorize a newly purchased boat or upgrade the boat they own.

The 2018 System Rewards Savings Event launched on Sunday and will continue through April 22.

Boaters who buy a fully integrated Raymarine system can get a rebate of as much as $1,500. They can build a complete system from scratch or add components to a current Raymarine setup.

Customers who purchase an Axiom, Axiom Pro, gS series, Raymarine radar and Evolution Autopilot can earn as much as $1,000 in rebates.

As part of the promotion, boaters also can purchase a FLIR M232 pan-and-tilt thermal camera with any qualifying Raymarine system and save an extra $500. With eligible Raymarine purchases, boaters can get a FLIR prepaid MasterCard.

The rebate program is valid in the U.S. and Canada only.


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