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Keeping Your Vessel Safe

Posted by Don Weiss on March 30, 2017 at 1:50 AM

From Cruising World - Keeping Your Boat Safe While You're Away.

Switching to a new browser - my old one doesn't seem to do what it used to anymore. :/

I have recommended boat monitoring services int he past, and will continue to do so. A small investment that can save you from a big outlay in replacement (costs, paperwork and time) that I deem well worth it.

https://www.gostglobal.com" target="_blank">GOST (mentioned in the article) has great people behind their products. Another company, Siren Marine, also has good customer service and products. I have not had any dealings with the other companies mentioned in the articles.

In the modern 'Internet of Things' world, there is very little reason not to use the technology to your advantage.

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Reply Davit
8:40 AM on November 1, 2017 
My first choice on yacht security is GUNS, but too many places prohibit that. We use wasp spray, bear spray, ammonia filled high pressure waterguns and a machete.. But best of all is being in places where crime is not. I spent 3 years in the islands. Never once got robbed. Went back to the states (Florida) and in less than a month the boat was broken into while docked at a marina. Diesel fuel was taken and small items such as an IPOD and player. Musta been dumb kids as expensive boat stuff like Garmin chartplotter and radios were untouched...