Raymarine announces its attendance at boot Düsseldorf 2024

Raymarine announces its attendance at boot Düsseldorf 2024

Showcasing award winning solutions for peerless navigational and situational awareness at Europe’s largest boat and watersports show

Thursday - 11 January 2024

Raymarine will once again be exhibiting at boot Düsseldorf from 20-28 January 2024 with a prime location in Hall 10.

As pioneers in recreational boating electronics, Raymarine will be featuring a range of intelligent navigation solutions designed for stress-free times and enhancing enjoyment on the water, whether that be powerboating, fishing, or sail cruising.

Grégoire Outters, General Manager at Raymarine said: “After a successful series of recent product launches, we are returning to boot Düsseldorf with an inspiring strength and depth of products to offer a complete solution for today’s boaters. Visitors to the Raymarine stand and Raymarine-equipped vessels on show will have the opportunity to experience first-hand the latest innovations in marine technology, and crucially see it integrated on a wide array of boats.”

Fellow boot Düsseldorf exhibitor and world leading boatbuilders Azimut, will be displaying several vessels equipped with Raymarine systems, including the new Magellano 60, fully equipped with Raymarine's cutting-edge technology, from Axiom+ multifunction displays to the DAME category-winner YachtSense digital switching system.

“Our standout products for boot 2024 include Alpha performance displays, fresh from their category win at the recent DAME Awards and NeuBoat Dock, our 360 degree view docking cameras. Also on display will be FLIR thermal cameras, which continue to go from strength to strength’ Leisure marine users are embracing the benefits of their exceptional low light performance and HD visibility for safer passages,” Outters added.

Next generation sailing instruments

Award winning Alpha performance displays for cruising or racing yachts offer high-visibility touchscreen displays with fully customisable and extensive data. Designed for quick and accurate readability at a distance, these displays are optimised for helm or mast mounting and are visible in a wide range of light and spray scenarios.

Contest Yachts have recently chosen Raymarine’s new award-winning Alpha performance displays for their range of high performance, luxury sailing yachts. The Contest 49CS, on display will be one of the first boats in the range to feature the DAME category winner.

Berthing simplified

The Neuboat Dock system, takes the stress out of docking with a 360-degree view around the vessel. The 6-camera system eliminates blind spots and provides critical visual cues for stress-free manoeuvring in tight areas and approaching docks.

Thermal Imaging

Always a highlight of Raymarine's exhibits are the FLIR thermal imaging cameras, transforming night into day and ensuring boaters can navigate with confidence in all conditions. By detecting and displaying images based on heat rather than light, FLIR cameras offer unparalleled visibility in various lighting conditions, from pitch-black darkness to midday glare.

Lighthouse Charts for Germany

In addition, Raymarine will be promoting its recently expanded regional LightHouse charts, now covering all German coastal cruising waters, inland waterways and lakes. Created from official hydrographic sources, they offer maximum readability, intuitive navigation, and superior quality. A premium subscription means boaters can access an ever-expanding library of points of interest for quick access to local marinas, fuel berths, restaurants and supermarkets, all viewable with Mapbox-powered high-resolution satellite imagery.

Visit Raymarine at stand B18, Hall 10 from 20-28 January 2024. 

Azimut can be found in Hall 6, D58 and Contest Yachts Hall 16, C54.

To learn more about the boatbuilding partners Raymarine work with visit https://www.raymarine.com/en-gb/discover/boat-builders