Yamaha Helm Master adds quad-control update

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Yamaha Marine Group said today that its Helm Master control system now supports select quad-outboard applications.

Helm Master can be tailored for specific boat models. With this quad-control update, the latest in Yamaha boat control technology is available for boats that exceed 40 feet.

“Helm Master not only makes docking easier, it also incorporates additional boat control functions, such as automatic outboard trim, speed control and automatic steering friction,” Yamaha Marine Group president Ben Speciale said in a statement. “With Helm Master for quad outboard applications, these features are now available for the world’s largest outboard-powered boats.”

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