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I have Stentec Sail Simulator 22.214.171.124. this is a awesome sailing simulator, except the people at Stentec, one called Wouter (who owns Stentec) are from what I can tell from what my mate (he is (if he is still it wont be for long)/was the Distibutor for sail sim in the USA) tells me “Wouter is a total prick, never pays on time, always late with paying”
I also have Virtual Skipper 2, which is good for racing.
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