Xenta’s new website is online: there are also joysticks for sailboats

As of today, XENTA’s new website is online – www.xentas.com – totally revised in terms of graphics and content, in order to reach an even broader and more diverse target readership: from shipowners to captains, from shipyards that build boats and recreational vessels, to surveyors, including all boat and technology enthusiasts.

There is also a dedicated sailing section, with a dedicated joystick. On the strength of more than 4,000 installations, the XENTA Joystick harnesses the power and reliability of a sophisticated algorithm, created by the company’s Research and Development Division, which enables simultaneous control of all the organs responsible for maneuvering: rudder, engine, retractable thrusters – stern and bow – are harmonized to enable the boat to move exactly where you want it, even to move sideways. XENTA’s joystick independently manages the thrusts involved, provided by the maneuvering and propulsion propellers, generating precision in boat movements that would otherwise be difficult to achieve.

“XENTA is continually growing,” they tell from the company, “born as many start-ups, it has now become a solid, mature, globally known reality, able to compete with the most qualified players present in the field of steering or if you prefer steering systems, for yachts and superyachts. However, we are certain, and the market seems to prove us right, that our off-the-chorus technology, different right from the design approach, is a winner, since it has been developed to be safe, simple in use, efficient, but without taking anything away from the emotional, totally engaging aspect that being at the helm of a yacht should be able to give.

In the new website www.xentas.com so we have tried to highlight our products to the best of our ability, to illustrate more effectively our services and news concerning our business, but also to tell about our vision for boating, what initially prompted us to create XENTA, what our goals are, and what we want to land on by developing our technology. There is a common thread that binds our journey, the evolution of our products, and we are happy to be able to share it with our customers and all boating enthusiasts.”


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