Raymarine will be revealing an exciting new range of products at this year’s PSP Southampton Boat Show. Visitors keen to see latest developments in marine electronics should head to stand G088
Raymarine’s team of experts will be on hand throughout the show to explain the new range and advise on which product best suits particular types of boat. The new products will extend Raymarine’s existing range of products, including multifunction displays, chartplotters, GPS, man overboard alert systems, radar and VHF radios. Also on show will be the Tacktick range of instruments, following Raymarine’s recent acquisition of the company.
Sarah Brooke, Raymarine UK Sales & Marketing Executive, says; “Raymarine is delighted to be introducing its new product range at the Southampton Boat Show. It’s a great opportunity for us to showcase our latest developments to the public, and to offer advice on how they fit our customer’s specific needs. Ultimately we want to help people get the most out of their boating, whatever the age of their boat, and our extended new product range will certainly enable us to do this.”
During the show, Raymarine will be demonstrating its support for the National Historic Ships, the official voice for historic vessels in the UK. On Saturday 17th September, Raymarine UK will present over £4000 worth of prizes to the winner of a special competition, which has been run in conjunction with the organisation. One lucky winner will receive an AIS transceiver (Automatic Identification System) and a C120W chartplotter from Raymarine. The competition promotes the use of electronic navigational equipment to increase safety at sea, and is open to owners of craft on the National Register of Historic Vessels.
The deadline for competition entries is Monday 15th August with entries to be submitted via the National Historic Ships’ website.