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Icy Adventures with Skip Novak

Icy Adventures with Skip Novak

Pelagic Expeditions, a specialist in high latitude sailing adventures has been a partner with Raymarine going back decades. With our two purpose built sailing vessels the 16m Pelagic built in 1987 (running the LightHouse 2 platform with an e125 Series MFD) and the 23 meter Pelagic Australis launched in 2003 (running LightHouse 2 on the primary e125 MFD with i70 Instruments) we are recognized as one of the few pioneers of the genre.

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FLIR Introduces Raymarine Element Series with Lifelike Sonar Imaging

FLIR Introduces Raymarine Element Series with Lifelike Sonar Imaging

FLIR today announced the Raymarine Element™, a new generation of advanced, combination sonar and GPS displays. Featuring the acclaimed Raymarine RealVision™ 3D and new HyperVision™ sonar technology, the Element series delivers lifelike imaging and helps meet the demands of both coastal and bass fishermen with advanced sonar, versatile mapping capabilities, and a highly intuitive user experience.

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FLIR Delivers Marine Industry First with Raymarine ClearCruise Augmented Reality Navigation Technology Product News

FLIR Delivers Marine Industry First with Raymarine ClearCruise Augmented Reality Navigation Technology

FLIR Systems delivers a marine industry first with the introduction of the Raymarine® navigation technology, ClearCruise™ AR (Augmented Reality), which brings enhanced on water awareness to Raymarine’s family of Axiom® multifunction displays (MFDs). With ClearCruise AR, Raymarine Axiom users can make smarter decisions with physical navigation objects overlaid directly on Axiom’s high-definition (HD) video display. FLIR also announced a new video stabilization module, the Raymarine AR200, which integrates with ClearCruise.

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Talk Anywhere Onboard with the Wireless Ready Ray90 and Ray91 VHF Product News

Talk Anywhere Onboard with the Wireless Ready Ray90 and Ray91 VHF

Traditional marine VHF radios keep users confined to the helm with their short handset coil-cords that limit the ability to move about. Raymarine’s new Ray90 and Ray91 modular VHF radios give the freedom to roam and communicate from anywhere onboard using optional wireless handset stations.

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