T070-916

Raymarine Wireless Micronet Race Master

Raymarine Wireless Micronet Race Master

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The Raymarine Wireless Micronet Race Master is the ultimate compass and windshift indicator.

Features

  • Twin displays with super-large digits
  • No wires or connections to make
  • Totally waterproof and shock resistant
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The Race Master System offers you all of the benefits of the Race Master but can comes with a Micronet Hull Transmitter to provide boat speed and depth data. The ultimate tactical race compass and windshift indicator. Its two-tier display shows your heading, how far you are above or below the mean course, and how much you are being headed or lifted. It will enable you to establish quickly and easily which is the favoured end of the start line, and will help you sail the shortest distance to the windward mark. Downwind, you can see how far off dead downwind you are, and when you should gybe for optimal VMG.

The System can then be further extended to allow the addition of Wind and GPS information as well as compatibility with the complete range of Micronet Displays. The system is also supplied with a Solar Panel to power the Hull Transmitter and a Triducer with flush fitting.


Features:

  • Solar powered
  • Backlighting
  • Lightweight
  • Full calibration

 

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Raymarine Wireless Micronet Race Master T070-916 Wireless Micronet race master compass and windshift indicator
$836.69
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Raymarine Wireless Micronet Race Master System T075-916 Wireless Micronet race master system with compass and windshift indicator and additional GPS capability
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