Boating

SECURITY

Even avid boaters have downtime when boats sit unatt ended in backyard berths, dry stacks, marinas or on trailers in driveways. But just because your boat is unoccupied doesn’t mean it has to be unobserved. these handy cellular and Wi-Fisecurity systems are inexpensive, easy to install, and effective in protecting your boat from thieves, intruders, flooding, fire or batt ery failure.

SIREN MARINE

MTC

The wireless tracking of recreational marine vessels is fairly new. Siren has been at it for a few years and introduced its 3G system in 2015. It doesn’t have sat-phone capability yet, but the company does make sure to say “yet.” Our sensors were wired because the popular wireless devices were out of stock. The Siren Marine app linked easily to the device

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