Nautalytics is kickin' ass and winning trophies in 2015.
Zeke Horowitz sailing his Viper 640 and Flying Scot: Results include second at CRW, 1st at YRA LIS Champs, 1st at Larchmont Sportboat Grand Prix, 1st at Stamford One Design Invitational. All in Viper. “The large display and quick response of the Nautalytics compass makes calling tactics easy on any small one design.” Zeke Horowitz, North Sails
Mike Ingham second at the 2015 J24 World Championships in Boltenhaggen, Germany and first at the Lake George Changing of the colors “Exactly what our team has been looking for, a great compass that is easy to read, intuitive to use, has a great design, at a very reasonable price.” Mike Ingham, North Sails, US Sailing Coach, Sailing World Magazine Editor
Betsy Allison and Shields crew winning the 2015 US National Championship. “The big numbers are great.” Betsy Alison, US Sailing
Ethan and Trudy Bixby winning the 2015 Windmill US Nationals. "We tested out the Nautalytics Alloy Compass at the 2015 Windmill Midwinters, and really liked the dampening, simplicity and how easy it was to read. It's a winner!" - Ethan Bixby, multiple world and national title holder
Justin Coplan and team earning a silver medal at the 2015 Pan Am Games in the Lightning Class. “Rock solid performance in a beautiful package.” Justin Coplan, Nautalytics
Steve Shaw 2015 J70 North Americans 3rd Corinthian. "Simple, durable, and outperformed every other compass we've used." Tony Stuart, tactician
“When we first used our Nautalytics Compass we noticed an immediate change in our upwind performance. With large numbers lifts and headers almost hit you in the face. Our competitors noticed the difference in our game immediately. I'm not saying it’s the only reason we won, but our Nautalytics Compass certainly played a big role for us winning our first North American Championship” Ed Montano and Shannon Devine, 2015 Buccaneer 18 North American Champions Be part of the team and tell us your story. The Alloy Compass is a DIGITAL MAGNETIC COMPASS. Designed to replace the high-end globe compass, it features a large 1.4” high LCD display made for use with polarized sunglasses. It also offers ultra-low energy consumption electronics with a solar cell, worry-free battery, all housed in a solid, anodized aluminum case for only $335.00. You get the information you need when you need it. Navigation made SIMPLE. www.nautalytics.com