Marine Satellite Internet Australia

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Professional seafarers and sailing enthusiasts looking to get boat satellite Internet, should first determine their potential connectivity needs when far out in the ocean. Bearing in mind, the higher the data consumption, the higher the cost. 

However, global satellite service providers, Inmarsat and Iridium, offer competitive marine satellite Internet for high and low data usage. Whether you need small boat Internet solutions or connectivity for a passenger liner, Canada Satellite offers a vast selection of Internet satellite units designed for the maritime industry.


Inmarsat’s marine satellite Internet service supports the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS), which are regulated procedures, equipment, and communication protocols to maximize safety for all at sea. It’s mandatory for SOLAS vessels (over 300 GT and all cruise ships) to have a functioning satellite system onboard.

Fleet Xpress

Fleet Xpress offers greater bandwidth, mobility and reliability through Inmarsat’s Global Xpress Ka-band technology and FleetBroadband L-band service, which manages business continuity, asset safety and crew welfare. The Cobham SAILOR range and Intellian’s Ka-band or VSAT marine antennas integrate seamlessly with Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress.

Fleet One

Fleet One Global suits any sized vessel for flexible connectivity. It’s unique in providing a flat global rate for voice and low data usage in prepaid or postpaid options. The service can be activated or disabled whenever you want.


The range of capabilities, antenna sizes and price plans are endless with Inmarsat’s FleetBroadband range for a container fleet or luxury yacht. The compact antenna provides cost-effective voice and data via the Inmarsat network.


This is an advanced maritime communication service that dynamically switches between Ku and L-band networks offering dependable and quality communication for mariners around the world.


Iridium marine satellite communications are tailored to meet the requirements within the maritime industry. With their technology in orbit, marine satellite antenna systems are offered by Iridium for seamless maritime connectivity.


Fishing fleets of any size can harness the benefits of satellite units to increase the speed of finding fish, quickly reporting a catch, checking real-time market prices, and getting instant access to weather reports. These devices offer easy connectivity through a prepaid or postpaid plan.

Iridium Certus

The powerful Iridium Certus provides quality communication services with high L-Band speeds globally. This unit offers superior satellite services onboard large vessels, super yachts, or liners.


The range of VSAT marine satellite terminals guarantee bandwidth at broadband speeds. Maritime VSAT solutions are offered as a full system with equipment for phone and Internet services. VSAT operates at different frequencies, which determines the quality and coverage.

VSAT Frequencies

C-band is used for voice and data communications, while Ku-band is typically for enterprise and maritime connectivity, and Ka-band for consumer broadband and military networks.

Commercial VSAT services use Ku-band and C-band with geosynchronous satellites. Because of the distance of the satellites and moving vessels, stabilized antennas with tracking are required. A stabilized maritime antenna is usually a circular antenna and sometimes concealed in a dome.

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