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Raymarine joins All 4 Adventure from Torres to Tassie

WHEN you’re pushing the limits of hard-core fishing and boating literally from one end of the country to the other, you need rugged, high performance marine electronics. Which is why Australia’s favourite adventurers – Jase and Simon from Channel 10’s popular All 4 Adventure show – continue to rely on Raymarine’s tough-as-nails Element 12 HyperVision Sonar/GPS onboard their Sea Jay 4.28m Avenger tinny.

You can see for yourself just how well the Raymarine performs by tuning into Season 14 of All 4 Adventure. As you’ll see, this time the boys push themselves – and their marine electronics – to extremes by travelling to Cape York in Australia’s far north where they rescue stranded travellers trapped by a late wet season before heading offshore to explore the remote and fish-rich waters of the Torres Strait.

It’s in these harsh tropical conditions that the power and performance of Raymarine’s Element 12 HV Sonar/GPS comes to the fore. With 1.2 megahertz sonar technology dialling up the performance of DownVision, SideVision and RealVision, Raymarine’s Element HV provides superior fish finding and navigation technology.

While Cape York provides its own unique set of challenges in the form of relentless heat and humidity, Jase and Simon can be relied on to take things to the next level. In this instance it involved this pair of intrepid adventurers travelling about as far from Cape York as they could get … ending up on Tasmania’s wild west coast!

Season 14 of All 4 Adventure premieres on Channel 10 at 4pm on Sunday, 27 November.

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