Linssen Yachts Signs Agreement with Raymarine

Monday, July 11, 2011

One of the Netherlands' oldest and most respected yacht builders, Linssen Yachts, has confirmed an exclusive supply agreement with marine electronics manufacturer Raymarine. The two companies have worked together for a number of years.  With the formation of the new Raymarine Nederland subsidiary, Linssen yachts has chosen to sign an exclusive supply agreement stating that it provides additional benefits for both the company and its customers.

Linssen Yacht customers are able to personally select from Raymarine’s complete range of marine electronics, from multifunction displays to thermal imaging cameras, autopilots to man overboard safety systems. Yacht owners can now benefit from the new 3-year onboard warranty when the product is registered under Raymarine’s extended warranty scheme.

Marc Ledieurt, Raymarine Area Sales manager for European Subsidiaries, says he is delighted that Linssen Yachts has chosen to stay with Raymarine for its exclusive supply agreement.  “This new agreement enables our new subsidiary Raymarine Nederland to partner directly with Linssen Yachts, giving excellent support to the company, their dealer network and their customers around the world.  I look forward to working with family Linssen and their teams in the coming months to develop our winning partnership as two of the most recognised brands in the leisure marine industry.”

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