Glendinning Marine and Yacht Controller Form Partnership

Wednesday, October 25, 2006
Glendinning Marine Products and Yacht Controller LLC have formed a strategic partnership to offer Glendinning’s Complete Controls Electronic Engine Control system with Yacht Controller’s wireless remote yacht command system. Glendinning vice president David Wollard made the announcement. Glendinning’s Complete Controls system offers an attractive control head, complete feature set, easy “plug and play” installation and an optional automatic backup control capability. Yacht Controller’s wireless remote allows a vessel’s captain to control the yacht’s gears, bow and stern thrusters and anchor from anywhere on board, eliminating all sightline problems. According to the company, the combination of the two systems results in user-friendly, precision control of a yacht, no matter if the owner or the professional captain is operating the vessel.
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