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Joystick Sailing for Cruising Yachts (Yachting Monthly)
by NewsReader 08-14-2006

Joystick Sailing Systems will be available for demonstration from 15-24 September at the Southampton Boat Show. Traditionally used onboard Superyachts, joystick sail control techonology has now been modified for use on smaller boats, from 35 to 55ft (11 to17m).

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