Sailing instruments from Optimist to Superyachts

Displays

100% customisable, state of the art graphic displays, offering crisp and crystal-clear readability in all conditions and designed to withstand the most extreme environments.

Processors

High performance sailing processors delivering fast, accurate and reliable data, for every sensor, every device, for everyone, everywhere. Connecting your boat to the cloud.

Apps

Our free apps, allow you to have complete control of your Sailmon system or turn your smartphone in to a Sailing processor letting you share your data.

Logs

The social sailing platform for sharing, logging and replaying data and media to relive trips. All you need is a phone to log on and go sailing, or follow your favorite sailor or location.

Displays

100% customisable, state of the art graphic displays, offering crisp and crystal-clear readability in all conditions and designed to withstand the most extreme environments.

Processors

High performance sailing processors delivering fast, accurate and reliable data, for every sensor, every device, for everyone, everywhere. Connecting your boat to the cloud.

Apps

Our free apps, allow you to have complete control of your Sailmon system or turn your smartphone in to a Sailing processor letting you share your data.

Logs

The social sailing platform for sharing, logging and replaying data and media to relive trips. All you need is a phone to log on and go sailing, or follow your favorite sailor or location.

Displays

100% customisable, state of the art graphic displays, offering crisp and crystal-clear readability in all conditions and designed to withstand the most extreme environments.

Processors

High performance sailing processors delivering fast, accurate and reliable data, for every sensor, every device, for everyone, everywhere. Connecting your boat to the cloud.

Apps

Our free apps, allow you to have complete control of your Sailmon system or turn your smartphone in to a Sailing processor letting you share your data.

Logs

The social sailing platform for sharing, logging and replaying data and media to relive trips. All you need is a phone to log on and go sailing, or follow your favorite sailor or location.

Displays

100% customisable, state of the art graphic displays, offering crisp and crystal-clear readability in all conditions and designed to withstand the most extreme environments.

Processors

High performance sailing processors delivering fast, accurate and reliable data, for every sensor, every device, for everyone, everywhere. Connecting your boat to the cloud.

Apps

Our free apps, allow you to have complete control of your Sailmon system or turn your smartphone in to a Sailing processor letting you share your data.

Logs

The social sailing platform for sharing, logging and replaying data and media to relive trips. All you need is a phone to log on and go sailing, or follow your favorite sailor or location.

Latest articles

Thursday, May 24th 
Vlog #3: A thrilling finish

Last week the newly Sailmon equipped Lady Mariposa continued from where they had left off last season, taking line honours and the overall IRC Zero class win in a thrilling North Sea Race. Follow former olympian Kalle Coster onboard as they sailed to victory over the Sailmon equipped Team Rost on there Ker 46. WATCH THE VLOG >

Wednesday, May 16th 
What a great weekend

What a great week it was. We provided wind data on the start ship MS Estrella for the start of the Vuurschepen Race. The race was set to be a slow one, with minimal wind expected for the majority of the race, however the Sailmon equipped Rotterdam Offshore Sailing Team Van Uden on there KER 46 took line honours in Harwich. We were also able to help out Team Heiner, who encountered some PC issues just hours before the start of the race. We also saw strong performances out of the Sailmon equipped Saffier Nitro and Flying Dolphin. READ MORE >

Latest articles

Thursday, May 24th 
Vlog #3: A thrilling finish

Last week the newly Sailmon equipped Lady Mariposa continued from where they had left off last season, taking line honours and the overall IRC Zero class win in a thrilling North Sea Race. Follow former olympian Kalle Coster onboard as they sailed to victory over the Sailmon equipped Team Rost on there Ker 46. WATCH THE VLOG >

Wednesday, May 16th 
What a great weekend

What a great week it was. We provided wind data on the start ship MS Estrella for the start of the Vuurschepen Race. The race was set to be a slow one, with minimal wind expected for the majority of the race, however the Sailmon equipped Rotterdam Offshore Sailing Team Van Uden on there KER 46 took line honours in Harwich. We were also able to help out Team Heiner, who encountered some PC issues just hours before the start of the race. We also saw strong performances out of the Sailmon equipped Saffier Nitro and Flying Dolphin. READ MORE >

Latest articles

Thursday, May 24th 
Vlog #3: A thrilling finish

Last week the newly Sailmon equipped Lady Mariposa continued from where they had left off last season, taking line honours and the overall IRC Zero class win in a thrilling North Sea Race. Follow former olympian Kalle Coster onboard as they sailed to victory over the Sailmon equipped Team Rost on there Ker 46. WATCH THE VLOG >

Wednesday, May 16th 
What a great weekend

What a great week it was. We provided wind data on the start ship MS Estrella for the start of the Vuurschepen Race. The race was set to be a slow one, with minimal wind expected for the majority of the race.. READ MORE >

Latest articles

Thursday, May 24th 
Vlog #3: A thrilling finish

Last week the newly Sailmon equipped Lady Mariposa continued from where they had left off last season, taking line honours and the overall IRC Zero class win in a thrilling North Sea Race. Follow former olympian Kalle Coster onboard as they sailed to victory over the Sailmon equipped Team Rost on there Ker 46. WATCH THE VLOG >

Wednesday, May 16th 
What a great weekend

What a great week it was. We provided wind data on the start ship MS Estrella for the start of the Vuurschepen Race. The race was set to be a slow one, with minimal wind expected for the majority of the race, however the Sailmon equipped Rotterdam Offshore Sailing Team Van Uden on there KER 46 took line honours in Harwich. We were also able to help out Team Heiner, who encountered some PC issues just hours before the start of the race. We also saw strong performances out of the Sailmon equipped Saffier Nitro and Flying Dolphin. READ MORE >