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Old 26-09-2019, 08:26   #1
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Raymarine ST-2000 vs. Simrad TP-10

Hey all, looking at tiller pilots for a tartan 30. I was going to with a raymarine ST-2000 but while I was researching units I came across the simrad TP-10. anyone have any thoughts on these 2 units? if it helps it will be used mostly for inshore or near coastal sailing.
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Re: Raymarine ST-2000 vs. Simrad TP-10

The ST worked perfectly on our 31ft yacht for a decade and wasn't new when we bought the boat. Worth either buying or making a shower proof cover as they don't like water and don't sit next to it with a mobile phone in your pocket, don't ask how I know

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Raymarine...0AAOSwa39dalkZ

We replaced it with a Evo100 wheel pilot and sold the ST on ebay making half the new price, always a strong demand in the EU for them.

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Re: Raymarine ST-2000 vs. Simrad TP-10

Depends on how fancy you want....

Take a look at Pelagic Autopilot.

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Re: Raymarine ST-2000 vs. Simrad TP-10

Pelagic hands down, far cheaper once you consider repairs.

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Re: Raymarine ST-2000 vs. Simrad TP-10

the pelagic full system looks like it's $800ish.
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