FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA (USA) – A GOST (Global Ocean Security Technologies – formerly Paradox Marine) Marine Magellan monitoring system recently helped to prevent a potentially disastrous spring launch by alerting a boat owner in Massachusetts that his boat was taking on water shortly after it was back in the water for the season.
Jon Carey received a call from the GOST system on his cell phone not long after he gave his yard the OK to launch his Jarvis Newman 38. “The prior day I checked the boat but missed the 10 inch exhaust tube that was removed. I was less than 10 minutes away, so looking back I should have waited to be present at the launch. Fortunately, my GOST Marine Magellan worked exactly as advertised. It truly saved my season and a lot of money,” Carey said.
GOST Phantom includes all the components necessary to help protect a boat and keep an eye on exactly what is happening onboard at all times. Marine Magellan notifies a boat owner or captain in seconds via a phone call if there’s high water in the bilge, low battery voltage, loss of shore power, smoke, or intrusion.
"This is yet another example of the value of direct, two-way voice call outs from Marine Magellan. This product is at the foundation of our company and has filled a significant void in the marine industry. Thousands of owners sleep better every night because GOST products are installed on their boat,” said Brian Kane, GOST Director of Research and Development.
For more information about Marine Magellan and other GOST boat security, monitoring, tracking and surveillance systems, visit www.gostglobal.com or call 1+954.565.9898.