Tiller pilot ST2000+
From a basic tiller pilot to a powerful inboard system, each Raymarine autopilot comes with a simple, intuitive keypad and clear, functional LCD display.
So what is an autopilot? An autopilot connects to your steering system and continually corrects your boat's heading with information supplied by the compass, wind transducers or GPS/Plotter. Autopilots are designed to maintain an accurate course in various sea conditions with minimal helm movements. They can act as a spare pair of hands or an extra crew member allowing you to trim the sails or get the fenders over the side. Because they steer so accurately, they will save fuel and get you to your destination faster, especially when connected to a chartplotter.
Invented by Autohelm in 1973, tiller pilots have consistently been the world’s most popular pilot ever since, setting the standard for performance, reliability and ease of use. Advanced features are standard. AutoTack lets you handle the sheets while the pilot tacks the boat and AutoSeastate intelligently keeps the boat on course while conserving power.
Easy and slick to use. The large LCD screen is a model of clarity for superb visibility. Can be mounted on port or starboard depending on your boat layout.
- Recommended Maximum Displacement: 4,500kg (10,000 lbs)
- Thrust: 77kg (169lbs)
- Display size: 45mm segmented LCD
- Display lighting: 3 levels plus off
- Stroke: 236mm (9.3in)
- Power supply: 12V systems
- Power consumption: 40mA
- Weight: 1.53 kg