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Interview with Sailmon's Kalle Coster at METSTRADE 2022

by Mark Jardine 25 Nov 2022 12:00 GMT
Sailmon's Kalle Coster at METSTRADE 2022 © Mark Jardine

Sailmon don't just make instruments, and the Sailmon Sailing App is becoming a powerful tool for analysis, event organisation, photos and video from your sailing, as well as sharing and connecting with the wider sailing community.

We spoke to Kalle Coster at METSTRADE to 2022 to find out more!

More information at sailmon.com/sailing-app

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