What people are saying about our self-leveling mounts

Don’t just take our word for it…

Many thanks the team at Questus Marine for the outstanding customer service and product support.  Your assistance in diagnosing and solving the installation error on my six-year old 400G mount was truly top notch.  A Questus mount will be one of the first things I buy for my next boat and I would recommend it to anyone interested in a high quality and thoughtfully engineered product. — Best wishes, David R., Cos Cob, CT

I am a Marine Engineer and have been in the maritime business for over 40 years.  After doing some extensive research, I decided on the Questus Model 400 G for my Sabre 34 and it’s Garmin 18 HD radar.

The quality is definitely evident but the thing that impressed me the most was the care and interest that you took to ensure that the installation was properly done.  It is an exception in today’s world that the company selling you a product calls to see how the installation turned out and if there were any questions.  Clearly the big manufacturers can not offer this personal and much appreciated service.  Last weekend, I went out sailing and the 400 G did what it was designed to do – provide a self-leveling platform that produces superior radar response.

If any new customers would like to personally discuss my experience with Questus, please do not hesitate to have them contact me. — Best regards, Ed

Nice to see you at the Jack London Square / Northern California Boat Show! We purchased one of the first Questus systems in 1991 when we were living on our vessel Sail On II (Hylas 44) in Los Angeles.  We were preparing our vessel to relocate to San Francisco Bay.  Now 20 years later we have the same system and it still works great!  Gladly we made the decision to go with the Questus system after considering a free standing pole or other options. — Darrel & Sally R., Alameda, CA

I purchased a 1970’s Pearson 33 in the fall of 2011 that came equipped with an older Questus 400 radar leveling unit (which I was particularly interested in because I love to cruise in “Down East” Maine). When I took it to Questus in Marblehead for a “check-up and some TLC,” they estimated it to be a “late 1990’s unit,” so probably between 12 and 14 years old.  They did find a couple of minor problems, but they apparently had more difficulty getting the unit apart (because of its age) than in making the minor repairs needed.   I had my unit back in several weeks; they are very cooperative and capable people, and I am looking forward to many years of comfortable cruising, whether it’s foggy or not. — Patrick N., Portsmouth, NH