3 pm, Wednesday 21st September 2022, STAND J385, Ocean Hall
Raymarine, the award-winning marine electronics specialist will host guest speaker Harry Dwyer, on Wednesday 21st September at their Stand J385 in the Ocean Hall.
Known for his quirky and innovative style of YouTube videos, introducing boating, engineering, and design projects via his channel to over 105k followers, Harry sweeps you along with an infectious enthusiasm for his projects, resulting in his videos collectively amassing millions of views.
His popular “1700 miles in a tiny speedboat” series features a 1977 rescued Avon Searider RIB, “Goodwin”. Saved from the scrap heap and lovingly restored by Harry, Goodwin benefits from an impressive electronics upgrade throughout the series, including Axiom+” touch screen chartplotters with RealVision Sonar, AIS, Quantum Radar, M232 Thermal Camera, and a YachtSense connected boat system for total RIB control. Harry quips his plan is for Goodwin to be the “most well equipped 4m boat”.
Taking on the sea in such a small boat understandably poses challenges, but with Raymarine products onboard, known for their rugged, robust design and reliability, Harry is confident whenever he embarks on a new journey.
“We are really excited that Harry will be joining us on the stand at Southampton International Boat Show.” says Richard Marsden, UK Sales Manager, Raymarine. “It will be a great opportunity for him to talk about his adventure and meet people who have been following him. Please do come along on Wednesday 21st September from 3pm.”
Harry “enthusiastic doer of stuff” Dwyer has a unique personable and enthused style which has no doubt endeared him and contributed to his significant online followers who live vicariously through his adventures.
Providing an ideal setting for all the latest in marine innovations, this is an unmissable chance to learn about the latest Raymarine products.