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Raymarine New C-Series Widescreen

Raymarine, Inc. introduced its new line of C-Series Widescreen Multifunction Displays (MFDs) to the U.S. market. The new MFDs expand the power of multifunction navigation with larger, higher resolution displays, increased performance, expanded networking and video integration. Widescreen technology offers more viewing area and larger split window configurations, enabling boaters to view more navigation data, increasing situational awareness while navigating the open waters. The C-Series Widescreen line is available in three sizes of sunlight viewable color displays: the 9" C90W, the 12" C120W and the 14" C140W. Perfect for center consoles, cruisers and sailing yachts, the new features offered with the C-Series Widescreen enable boaters to: The theater-like widescreen display lets captains view more navigation data, such as charting, radar, fishfinder, weather and video simultaneously on a single display without compromising usability. In addition, the highly customizable C-Series Widescreen user interface lets captains split the screen in multiple window combinations. Engineered to navigate right out of the box, the C-Series Widescreen features a highly sensitive GPS sensor built right into the display housing, eliminating the need for an external GPS in most installations. In addition, the widescreen displays are pre-loaded with Navionics coastal charts of the U.S


SeaArk Delivers 27-ft. Patrol Vessel

SeaArk Marine, Inc. delivered a 27-ft. VC Commander Class Patrol Vessel to the Bossier Sheriff’s Office in Benton, LA. The vessel is tasked with patrol/security, surveillance and search/rescue in Bossier Parish and its surrounding waters. The SeaArk 27-ft. VC Commander is based on a proven hull designed by C. Raymond Hunt & Associates, of Boston, MA, and is constructed of all-welded marine grade aluminum. The vessel features a deep-vee variable deadrise hull that produces a smooth


Raymarine Reports Strong Market Position in 2002

A $2 million marketing campaign, a $2 million investment in manufacturing and technological capabilities and a new suite of innovative products are at the heart of Raymarine's push into the 2002 season. The company, which completed its $108 million buyout from Raytheon at the beginning of this year, believes it will maintain its lead in the marine electronics market. Raymarine's marketing campaign has already seen the introduction of its


 
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