40-50 Fot CRUISER/RACE/MOTOR

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This package shows how our instruments can be integrated in your motor yacht. It uses the latest technology to provide you with perfect data of readable day and night displays (E-Ink displays). This allows monitoring of your boot while you are away in a bar or other location. This tracks your trip by giving your visitors access to wind, speed and trip data via their mobile device with crew view, which you can share on social media. Learn more about your options and receive a personal tailor-made quote.

What’s in this package?

Sailmon Model E4 White

Sailmon Element Ink

Element 7 / 10

Sailmon SailEthernet

Sailmon SNET 10m

SUP - 12 Router

Calipso Ultrasonic Wind Sensor

Why choose this package?

The Best Solution

 

The Sailmon E4 Silver processor is the best solution for cruisers and racers. The E4 is a high performance sailing processor, delivering fast, accurate and reliable data. The E4 is designed to works with every sensor and every device.

 

The Best Displays

 

Perfect readability in bright sunlight and unrivaled viewing in complete darkness thanks to amazing adaptability. A design that fits existing manufacturers with maximum viewing area. Landscape or portrait orientation. Whatever fits you the best.

 

 

The most reliable and trustworthy

 

Our Model E4 processor is universal compatibility. That means it can work with all sensors, protocols and legacy networks. The E4’s over the air capabilities also allow you to control your system on a tablet or PC as well as turn any smart device into a fully functional Sailmon display, giving you access to your data anywhere in the range of the boat network.

Don’t take our word for it!

 

See what some of the biggest names in sailing have to say about Sailmon. ”Sailmon is a real pleasure to sail with. Goooood stuff.” – Jesper Bank, 2x Olympic Champion. ”Best display readability and great flexibility in the setup on the Artemis AC50.” – Nathan Outterridge (ARTEMIS AC50)