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Hello from New Zealand, Thanks for keeping this thread alive. I'm just making a purchasing decission between a TP 10 or an Raymarine ST1000. The TP 10 seems to win based on price (and it would seem reliability). I'm planning on using it on a Noelex 25.

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Hello from New Zealand, Thanks for keeping this thread alive. I'm just making a purchasing decission between a TP 10 or an Raymarine ST1000. The TP 10 seems to win based on price (and it would seem reliability). I'm planning on using it on a Noelex 25.

Cheers

Kevin.
I use the Simrad 10 on a Bristol 24, 5800# displacement. It handles the boat nicely in most conditions. You need to learn when to adjust the units 1-10 settings for the sea state and wind direction. If you get the sails balanced, it always does a good job. Mine has been very reliable. I slide a long, clear plastic bag over the unit in rain and spray conditions.
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