If this is the first time you’ve been here in a while, you might notice our new look and our new focus. Since its first post in 2007, OceanLines has focused on the boats we like to live and cruise on, whether for the day or for long, ocean-crossing passages. Since the Great Recession fully […]
Raymarine, a division of FLIR Systems, said today it would offer a third year of warranty to owners who register their products online with the company. The standard two-year warranty otherwise applies. The third year is offered at no cost. The warranty upgrade is applicable to all new products purchased starting January 1, 2011. […]
If you’ve never been to an owners’ or manufacturer’s or dealer’s rendezvous, you’re missing a great part of the cruising lifestyle. Last weekend’s Northeast Nordic Tug Owners Association (NENTOA) 2010 Rendezvous in Essex, Connecticut, is a great example of how they work and why they’re such a wonderful experience. NENTOA works closely each year with […]
In an announcement made on the London Stock Exchange today, Garmin announced it is offering 15 pence (19.74 cents U.S.) per share for all the shares of Raymarine Plc. Raymarine lately has been discussing the various offers made for its shares but had not specifically mentioned Garmin since talks broke down between the two firms last […]
Wouldn’t it be nice to get even just a little bit for trading in your old marine electronics? Check out this sale from Raymarine. It’ll buy you more than just a cup of coffee.
Miami Beach — Among the first of what will be a small tsunami of new products announced here at the Miami International Boat Show are four new product lines from Raymarine. OceanLines readers were among the first to hear about some of them in Raymarine’s proposed helm outfitting for the new Kadey-Krogen 55′ Expedition. You […]
In the third article of our series on outfitting the new Kadey-Krogen 55′ Expedition yacht with a complete marine electronics suite, we have today the recommendations from Raymarine. Raymarine has responded to our fictional couple’s Request for Proposals with a recommended electronics suite that has at its core the cream of the Raymarine crop — […]
On Monday, February 2, 2009, OceanLines will publish the first in a unique series of articles intended to demonstrate the current state-of-the-art of passagemaking-level marine electronics. We have been working with Kadey-Krogen Yachts and its vice president, Larry Polster, to demonstrate how each of four of the top marine electronics companies would outfit the newest […]