Simrad TP10 Tillerpilot

Simrad TP10 Tillerpilot


The Simrad TP10 Tillerpilot delivers reliable auto steering for boats with tillers up to 32 feet in length.


  • Simple selection of controls enables straightforward adjustments
  • Low power draw ensures battery will last longer
  • Waterproof sealing ensures protection from elements
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Simple, straightforward controls and a precise steering system - normally only found on higher-end models - combines in a quiet package with extremely low power draw to allow sailors a safe passage in coastal waters.


  • Easy to use
  • Precision steering
  • Battery Optimization
  • Silent Sailing

Precision Steering
Outstanding performance through a wide range of scenarios, even extreme weather, ensures the Pilot is positive and effective in typical coastal sailing conditions.

Battery Optimization
Low power draw ensures your battery will last longer, even if you use the autopilot for prolonged periods.

Silent Sailing
The TP range of autopilots have been designed with minimal noise in mind. They're extremely quiet, so you can enjoy the peaceful sensation of being out on the water.

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