Auto Pilots

Self-steering gear is equipment used on ships and boats to maintain a chosen course without constant human action. It is also known by several other terms, such as autopilot (borrowed from aircraft and considered incorrect by some) and autohelm (technically a Raymarine trademark, but often used generically). Several forms of self-steering gear exist, divided into two categories: electronic and mechanical.

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FURUNO NAVpilot 300




The coolest way to steer your boat !

With the NAVpilot 300’s unique Gesture Controller, Fantum Feedback™ steering and self-learning software, you will enjoy a whole new level of navigation with ease and peace of mind !


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Simrad A2004 Autopilot Controller




The A2004 is a dedicated autopilot controller designed to meet the needs of professional mariners aboard a variety of commercial vessels.

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FURUNO Navpilot 711C




Kick back, relax and let NavPilot steer you to your destination!

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SIMRAD AP70 AUTOPILOT




The AP70 is our flagship Pilot controller, embedded with the most comprehensive technology from over 60 years of experience. This state-of-the-art, commercial grade autopilot combines an unrivalled adaptive auto-steering system with a bright and clear, colour display and a user interface designed by captains for captains.

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FURUNO Navpilot 711




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Kick back, relax and let NAVpilot steer you to the destination!


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Navitron NT921 MK2




Magnetic and / or GPS compass based vessels (typically 10 to 20 metres / 30 to 65ft). Dual heading inputs and built in RadioNav (GPS/Track Plotter Interface) to accept cross track error (XTE) and Heading to Steer (HTS) data for waypoint (Track) steering.

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Navitron NT921G




R.M.R.S. Type Approved to IMO A342(ix) as amended by MSC 64/67 Annex 3 & latest ISO specifications for Mag and Gyro based vessels to approx 2000 gross registered tonnes. Integral RadioNav Interface accepts Cross Track Error (XTE) data for Track Steering. Also Morsviazsputnik approved.

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Navitron NT777




Magnetic and / or GPS compass based vessels (typically 10 to 25 metres / 30 to 80ft). Triple heading inputs and built in RadioNav (GPS/Track Plotter Interface) to accept cross track error (XTE) and Heading to Steer (HTS) data for Track steering for multi waypoint steering.

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