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Raymarine Products for Sailing

With over 40 years of sailing innovations and proven performance, Raymarine products are sure to be a trusted member of your crew


Marine Electronics For Sailing:

Raymarine Multifunction Navigation

Multifunction Navigation

Harness the full power of Raymarine navigation technologies with multifunction displays. Configure as a single all-in-one chart, radar, and sonar navigation display or expand into a navigation network with multiple displays, CHIRP DownVision™ and CHIRP SideVision™ sonar, thermal night vision and more.


Instruments Displays

Instrument Displays

Raymarine has the instrument displays for you whatever your boating requirements - from the compact but powerful Raymarine i40 instrument displays series to the high-end, large screen Raymarine i70 instrument displays. Explore the differences between our instrument displays and learn how to network multiple instruments together with SeaTalkNG.




Award winning Evolution autopilots combine Raymarine's autopilot expertise, FLIR Systems' R&D, and advanced aerospace guidance technology with a 9-axis sensor to deliver a pilot that requires almost no calibration and delivers unmatched precision control.


Thermal Night Vision

Thermal Night

Navigating at night is even easier with Raymarine thermal night vision cameras. Engineered with superior FLIR thermal imaging technology, Raymarine thermal cameras integrate seamlessly with Raymarine systems, allowing you to see in the dark and stay safe in limited visibility.


VHF Radio Communication

VHF Radio

From compact VHF Radios to the ultimate all-in-one communications solution - we have a VHF Radio for every boater! Whether it's our compact Ray50, full-sized Ray60, or multifunction Ray70, you can depend on your Raymarine VHF for years of trouble-free communication at sea.


AIS Receivers and Transceivers

AIS Receivers
& Transceivers

Operating in the VHF maritime band, the AIS (Automatic Identification System) system enables the wireless exchange of navigation status between vessels and shore-side traffic monitoring centres. Vessels equipped with AIS transceivers broadcast AIS messages that include the vessel's name, course, speed and current navigation status.