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Questus Marine has new Massachusetts location

Questus Marine is undergoing reorganization under new management and recently expanded and relocated into a new facility in Marblehead, Mass., the company announced.

Questus Marine is best known for its backstay self-leveling radar mounts, which are configured to work with all popular radar systems and have been widely installed and used on sailboats all over the world.

In 1990, Questus invented and patented the first Self-Leveling Backstay Radar Mount for 18-kW and 24-kW radar systems, the company said. It has since refined and produced additional self-leveling radar mounts that can be installed on masts, radar poles and backstays.

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