SailGP Inspire Discount
MarkSetBot and SailGP Inspire are teaming up to bring the future of race management to SailGP Adopt-A-Club participants.
Together, we’re giving Adopt-A-Club participants special pricing: 3 Bots, 3 Months, 30% off – plus 10% off your first year of Bot-as-a-Service!
The Promotion: Through our partnership with SailGP Inspire, we are offering a 30% discount on a 3 bot, 3 month lease for Adopt-A-Club participants. At the end of the three month period, you may continue leasing the Bots at the non-promotional price or take advantage of our Bot-As-A-Service program. You must be a SailGP Adopt-A-Club to utilize this offer.
Limited Supply: Our supply is limited, so make sure to order quickly to get your Bots in time for the season!
Let’s Talk: If you have any questions about the promotion, please reach out to us directly using our contact form.
Russell Coutts, CEO, SailGP
“I just saw the brilliant technology from MarkSetBot which is a revolutionary course laying system using robotic technology. We immediately have decided we need some in our youth program in New Zealand, that’s for sure. For anyone who’s been involved with pulling up anchor chains, it’s definitely a great solution.”
Matt Hill, Race Administration Director, US Sailing
“We are excited about partnering with the MarkSetBot team to make their autonomous marks available to our member clubs and sailing centers. As we re-think how we safely deploy race committee volunteers and assets, MarkSetBots will make that challenge easier for organizers and be a great way to support racing.”
Ken Read, President, North Sails
“I recently did a Club-Swan 50 event and they used really cool self-propelled, no anchor GPS-controlled race marks – they were working in current and good breeze and waves and it made for simple racecourse adjustments and far fewer people needed to run the races. If you are a starting-line perfectionist PRO this gives you free reign to move the mark up to about five minutes before the start and still allow people to ping the pin. Fewer people. Fewer anchor lines. Fewer boats needed. Less fuel.”