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Exclusive: Riviera 33 Convertible By Capt. Ken Kreisler — March 2005

Filling the Bill

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To make his Riviera 33 Convertible complete, the owner installed an optional Raymarine electronics package featuring a DSM 250 sounder, ST6001 autopilot, ST60 nav and depth repeater, and the centerpiece of his electronics suite, the Ray C120 interactive display.

The 12-inch C120 is one of three sunlight-viewable displays available from Raymarine, the other two being the seven-inch C70 and the eight-inch C80. All have chartplotter, fishfinder, and radar inputs for stand-alone operation, although they also have all-in-one capability.

All C-Series displays accept data input from Raymarine’s Pathfinder radar, HDFI digital sounder module, SeaTalk, and SeaTalk2, and are compatible with NMEA 0183 input and output protocols. The units are waterproof to CFR46 standards. —K.K.

Raymarine ( (800) 539-5539. www.raymarine.com.

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This article originally appeared in the February 2005 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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