Raymarine to host a 10-day open house sale event in January and February

Raymarine will host customers in January and February in Farenham to showcase their latest marine electronics, meet experts and save money

Raymarine will host a special 10-day open house sales event at its UK headquarters in Fareham, Hampshire.

Raymarine will open its doors to pre-registered customers from Monday, 28th January to Friday, 1st February and Monday, 4th February to Friday, 8th February to offer exclusive winter savings on the latest marine electronics equipment and offer customers the opportunity to talk to experts.

During the event, visitors will have the chance to see and try Raymarine’s full range of products and technology in its dedicated demonstration room.

Equipment on display will include the Axiom® multifunction display family, Quantum 2 Doppler radar and FLIR thermal marine cameras, while the latest 2018 innovations such as the new award-winning Raymarine ClearCruiseAR (Augmented Reality) and LightHouse OS apps will also be showcased to customers.

Raymarine experts will be on hand to answer questions, provide technical guidance about choosing suitable marine electronics system when outfitting and upgrading a boat and to explain how the equipment can improve onboard safety, navigation capabilities and marine domain awareness.

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Visitors will have access to Raymarine’s expansive range of products for all boating needs, including day sailing, long-term cruising or fishing.

In the absence of the London Boat Show in January 2019 Raymarine has introduced the one-off sales event to engage with the boating community and offer customers a convenient way to buy their essential products this winter, while also benefiting from expert advice. All those attending the event will be entitled to savings on any purchases made on that day.

All visitors must book their place to guarantee attendance at the event. For more information and to register click here.


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