A+T Instruments are delighted to support any Swan46 owners and crew with sailing instrument upgrades, spares and repairs.

Do you need help getting your wind/speed/depth instruments all working perfectly ?  Do you have sun damaged displays, intermittent faults or just want a new and high performing system ?

A+T are the world leaders in upgrading boats fitted with B&G equipment – either parts or new systems. Uniquely, we offer a win-win-win way forward:-

  • Best solution, new equipment which fits with existing system, wiring and sensors.
  • Lowest cost, only broken equipment needs replacing, from a single display to processor.
  • Best for environment, functioning equipment does not end up in landfill and can repair existing equipment including new parts for existing wind sensors.

In particular we specialize in classic look, but latest technology, replacement displays and processors for Swans.

A+T have been repairing and upgrading B&G systems for over 25 years and are very happy to help with any questions on these. Just email support@aandtinstruments.com or call +44 1590 718182.

For more information please see www.aandtinstruments.com or follow this sailing brochure link.

If your existing 213 type wind sensor needs servicing or any spare parts then new and improved parts for these are in stock.

So there is no need to replace this if it fails with new mounting, mast cable and instruments – just contact A+T on support@AandTinstruments.com , buy online or see product sheet for parts index

There are many appreciative emails from the hundreds of yachts that have fitted A+T.

Our processor failed just at the start of our Caribbean Season. We contacted A+T, they immediately understood what we needed and shipped the parts needed straight away. Since then support has been very good, we are very happy with our new system. Swan owner 2022

They will be delighted to hear from you, call now on +44 1590 718182.

A+T has no affiliation or connection with Navico or Brunswick Corporation. B&G is a trademark of Navico whose use is acknowledged here.