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Raymarine Standard Fit On New Flagship 2025 Twin Vee GFX-2


Marine electronics company Raymarine announced its standard-fit electronics package selected for all model sizes of Twin Vee’s 2025 GFX-2 flagship series.

The next evolution of the Twin Vee GFX line, the GFX-2, will be offered in five lengths ranging in size from 24- to 40-feet in length. The GFX-2 features an all-digital switching backbone and an updated Raymarine electronics system, allowing customers to control their boat via a touchscreen 24-inch Axiom 2 XL chartplotter display. In addition, the GFX-2 can be customized with four optional electronics packages – all featuring Raymarine products.

The Navigation Plus option includes a Quantum 2 18-inch doppler radar, forward-facing IP camera with AR200 video stabilization and night vision, GPS and heading sensor for use with ClearCruise augmented reality, autopilot, YachtSense Link marine mobile router and a RAY90 Black Box VHF.

The Thermal Vision Go option includes the proven FLIR M332 camera for exceptional situational awareness.

The Fish Find Plus package includes a RealVision MAX Black Box CHIRP Sonar with 1kW, DownVision, SideVision and RealVision 3D sonar.

Finally, the Geo-Positioning Anchor package comes with an integrated Rhodan trolling motor for dynamic tracking and superior position stability.

“Twin Vee is an innovative manufacturer that produces high-quality and feature-packed sport boats,” said Jamie Dery, Vice President of Raymarine America. “We are pleased to partner with them to offer their owners the best and most integrated electronics experience on the market. We are confident that the addition of Raymarine products will enhance the overall experience on this flagship line.”

“Raymarine was the clear choice in selecting an electronics partner to outfit our newest models,” said Joseph Visconti, CEO and President of Twin Vee PowerCats Co. “Not only are their MFDs the highest quality on the market, but it is hard to match the full product line from thermal cameras, augmented reality, radar and sonar that Raymarine offers. Their products will add so much functionality to an already exceptional boat.”