Phantom monitors with GOST

Apr 7, 2014 by Guest Writer

Ft. Lauderdale-based maritime security firm Phantom Services now offers global security concierge services with 24/7 monitoring, tracking and recovery of vessels exclusively for customers with onboard marine security, monitoring and tracking systems from GOST (Global Ocean Security Technologies).


“Phantom Services offers our customers additional peace of mind, with the knowledge that their boat is protected by a GOST system, while also being monitored and tracked around the clock by the marine security specialists at Phantom Services,” GOST President and CEO Jay Keenan said.


The services are available at an introductory rate of $19.99 a month. Phantom Services also offers a comprehensive Private Vessel Security Concierge Program for yacht owners, captains and crews that extends beyond monitoring of GOST systems to include vessel vulnerability assessments, security training, onboard security, vessel recovery and rescue services.


For more information, visit www.phantomservices.com or www.gostglobal.com.

Topics:


Related Articles

Crew’s top concerns in yachting

Bump into any captain or crew member at a networking event and ask them how things are going and you’ll likely get an earful about something. They aren’t complaining,

Father tells court of losing son at sea in Cheeki Rafiki incident

Father tells court of losing son at sea in Cheeki Rafiki incident

The father of one of the four S/Y Cheeki Rafiki crew who died when the yacht capsized in the Atlantic in 2014 described in court the harrowing experience of

Some captains have noticed trends in uniform style and material

Some captains have noticed trends in uniform style and material

Click first to read The Triton Survey on yacht crew uniforms. We asked captains if they’ve noticed any trends in crew uniforms. More options, better fabrics. They change styles

New technology, skilled applicators treat fabrics, carpets onboard as first step in fire prevention

New technology, skilled applicators treat fabrics, carpets onboard as first step in fire prevention

By Richard Perkins Many parts of a yacht are prone to fire, such as wiring behind fabric panels, engines under the floor, temperamental electronic equipment under wooden bridges, acres

Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Lohengrin, Bella Una sell

Latest news in the brokerage fleet: Lohengrin, Bella Una sell

Yachts sold M/Y Lohengrin, a 161-foot (49m) Trinity launched in 2006, sold by listing agent Burgess Asia, and IYC Monaco brokers Scott Jones and Kevin Bonnie, who brought the

Motoryacht Rasselas sold

Moran Yacht & Ship has sold the 203-foot (62m) Feadship M/Y Rasselas. Now named M/Y Positive Carry, this legendary De Vries Feadship was purchased by an experienced yacht owner