Fleet One is specifically designed to meet the low data usage demands of occasional or seasonal users when they move out of VHF or GSM coverage areas. Inmarsat now offers two service plans to put satellite broadband in the reach of any size of commercial or leisure vessel.
Fleet One Global offers flexible connectivity for any size of vessel, available for one price anywhere on the world’s seas.
Fleet One Global meets the voice and data needs of a wide range of users, from fishing and regional merchant vessels to global recreational seafarers. There is no vessel size limit.
There is one global rate and a choice of prepaid or postpaid options. Fleet One Global is flexible – you can de-activate and re-activate the service at any time so you only pay for it when you need it – making it ideal for both seasonal and regular users.
Fleet One Global coverage
With Fleet One Coastal, recreational sailors and small regional fishing boat operators can access tailored airtime pricing in key coastal regions to keep costs down.
The service is aimed at occasional users looking to stay connected without having to worry about cellular coverage or network roaming charges. Competitive rates are available for prepaid use – ideal for one-off trips.
Fleet One Coastal is available to vessels under 500 gross tonnage. Typical users are small fishing and leisure boats up to 24 metres.
Fleet One Coastal coverage and rate regions
Both Fleet One options deliver all you need to stay connected at sea – email and business-critical applications like weather reports and navigation charts, simultaneous voice and SMS texting, plus Inmarsat’s free ‘505’ safety service, which in an emergency directs a call straight through to a Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre (MRCC). All delivered over the world’s most reliable commercial L-band satellite network using the Inmarsat-4s, with over 99.9% average network availability.
The compact Fleet One antenna weighs from just 2.5kg and measures as little as 27.5 x 22.1cm.
Fleet One terminals are available through Inmarsat partners. Contact your local provider for more details.