Robertson Autopilot Wins NMEA Honors

For the third year in a row, Robertson's microprocessor-controlled autopilots have been awarded top honors by the National Marine Electronics Association at their recent banquet in Seattle, Washington. This, for any manufacturer, is a significant achievement as it represents peer recognition by a broad spectrum of the marine electronics industry. These NMEA awards are voted by the entire association membership, consisting of electronics dealers, technicians and other manufacturers.

Robertson autopilots have gained a reputation over the last few years as the "top of the line" units for both recreational and commercial vessels of just about any size. Feature for feature, Robertson pilots are among the most cost effective products on the market today, with an exceptionally broad range of standard features.

For yachts, the AP1000 and AP200DL pilots have become extremely popular, while the AP9MkII and AP40B pilots have been widely accepted on commercial vessels and very large yachts. All Robertson pilots are available from authorized dealer outlets all over the country.

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