Juliette Kerr

News: Lusty and Blundell now distributes Shakespeare marine aerials

July 14, 2010 by Juliette Kerr
Lusty and Blundell now distributes Shakespeare marine aerials

Lusty and Blundell Ltd, New Zealand’s leading marine products and systems supplier, is now distributing the world-acclaimed Shakespeare range of marine aerials.

Shakespeare, who have been manufacturing marine products for more than a century, produce a wide range of top quality VHF, AM/FM, SSB, cellular, CB, Loran satellite radio and Wi-Fi aerials as well as all of the accompanying mounts and accessories.

Lusty and Blundell product manager Cameron Burch says that, while the Shakespeare range of aerials will improve the reception of any radio or VHF receiver, there is no doubt that combining a Raymarine VHF radio with a suitable Shakespeare aerial will give the best of both worlds.

“Like Raymarine, Shakespeare are industry leaders, continually pioneering performance and technological advantages and setting new benchmarks in terms of performance, quality and reliability.

“Because the performance and range of marine communication equipment is directly proportional to the quality and efficiency of the connected antenna, by fitting a Shakespeare aerial, boat owners will ensure they always enjoy the best possible reception.”

The comprehensive Shakespeare range is available in both Galaxy and Classic versions. The popular Classic range features either chrome-plated brass or nylon ferrules and carries a 2-year warranty while the top of the line Galaxy range boasts an even higher level of performance as well as stainless steel ferrules and a high-gloss, polyurethane hand-finish for extra UV protection and to prevent chalking or yellowing. The Galaxy range also comes with a longer 5-year warranty.

The Shakespeare range of marine aerials is now available nationwide through Lusty and Blundell’s network of leading marine dealers.

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