Raymarine Ray70 All-In-One VHF Radio

Raymarine Ray70 All-In-One VHF Radio


The Raymarine Ray70 All-In-One VHF Radio starts with a powerful 25W VHF radio with a detachable, noise-cancelling fist-mic and premium audio.


  • Built In AIS Receiver and 72 Channel WAAS GPS
  • 30W Loudhailer Output With Listen-Back And Automatic Fog Signals
  • Dual-Station And Intercom Capable With Optional RayMic Accessory
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Hear, be heard and be seen! The new Ray70 from Raymarine is the ultimate all-in-one communications solution for Captains who demand the very best. The multifunction Ray70 VHF comes as standard with a full-function VHF radio, AIS receiver, Loudhailer output, and is dual-station and intercom capable too!

Premium, All-In-One Communications Solution
The Ray70 starts with a powerful, 25W VHF radio with a detachable, noise-cancelling fist-mic and premium audio. Standard VHF features include hi/lo power selection, dual-watch, tri-watch, NOAA Weather Alert, channel scanning, and more. Of course, Ray70 supports Class D Digital Selective Calling and integrates seamlessly with Raymarine multifunction displays thanks to its standard NMEA2000 and NMEA0183 Networking.

Built-In GPS
Ray70 also features a built-in 72 channel GPS receiver ensuring you'll always have a position fix for emergency calls.

Built-In AIS
The Ray70's integral Automatic Identification System (AIS) receiver simplifies installation and delivers critical vessel traffic information to compatible navigation displays.

Built-In Loudhailer
For communications on-deck and in noisy environments, the Ray70 also has a built-in 30W loudhailer output with listen-back capability. This makes it simple to interact with crew on deck, on the dock or with nearby vessels. Simply connect the Ray70 to Raymarine's optional weatherproof hailing horn. In inclement weather you can also use the Ray70's loudhailer to generate fog signals for vessels underway or at anchor as required by the nautical rules-of-the-road.

Flexible Mounting Options
The Ray70 includes a trunnion mounting bracket kit and can also be flush-mounted using its convenient front-mount attachment points. The gunmetal silver bezel matches Raymarine multifunction displays for a premium look. An optional black bezel kit is also available.

Optional Second Station Kit
The Ray70 VHF Radio also supports the optional RayMic second station handset for remote locations. This gives you full-function VHF and intercom capability from a second location onboard.

The RayMic features an oversized LCD display and high contrast text and graphics that are visible day or night.

In addition to providing full access to all of the VHF capabilities, you'll also enjoy the convenience of station-to-station intercom calling between the RayMic and main radio.


  • Oversized LCD display for better viewing
  • Detachable fist-mic with built-in controls and mic relocation capability
  • Detachable gunmetal silver bezel and optional black bezel


  • Weight: 2.1kg (4.62 lbs)
  • Water Integrity: Complies with IPX6 & IPX7
  • Operating Temp Range: -20 C to +60 C
  • Storage Temp Range: -25 C to +70 C
  • Humidity: up to 95%
  • Communications Port: NMEA0183 and NMEA2000
  • Antenna Port Impedance: 50 ohms typical
  • External Speaker Impedance: 4 ohms
  • Power: 12 VDC (Operational: Minimum 9V, Maximum 16V) Reverse polarity
    and over voltage protected
  • Handset Audio Output Power: 5W typical
  • Hailer Auto Output Power: 30W typical
  • Hailer Impedance: 4 ohms
  • GPS Sensitivity: High Sensitivity - acquisition down to - 166 dBm
  • AIS Class Type: AIS Receiver
      • 226mm (8.9") x 133mm (5.2") with bracket
      • 199mm (7.8") x 98.5mm (3.9") unit only

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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine Ray70 All-In-One VHF Radio E70251 Ray70 All-In-One VHF Radio, with AIS Receiver, Loudhailer, and Intercom
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raymarine RayMic Second Station Handset for Ray60 & Ray70 A80289 RayMic Second Station Handset for Ray60 & Ray70
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