Raytheon Completes Bridge System Installation

Thursday, February 03, 2000
Raytheon Marine, provider of marine electronics, has installed its newest electronic bridge system on the 164 ft. (50 m) yacht Invader, a private yacht currently performing its maiden voyage from Italy to California. Built at the Codecasa shipyard in Viareggio, Italy, Invader's new electronic bridge system is comprised of various Raytheon marine navigation products including S-band and X-band Pathfinder®/ST MK Radar Systems and the Standard 20 Digital Gyro Compass. All components are designed specifically for high seas shipping and merchant vessels, and are utilized in Raytheon's Integrated Bridge Systems that are classified according to DNV (Watch 1 Certification).
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