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MarineBoost series 1002

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NameSKUFrequencyCoverage (rooms)Price (ex-VAT)SpecNetworks
MarineBoost 3.1 (1000m2)SD-RP1002-GDW-O
900 / 1800 / 2100
~4€968 (€786.99)GSM, 3G, 4G
MarineBoost 3.4 (4000m2)SD-RP1002-GDW-O-4P
900 / 1800 / 2100
~10€1,470 (€1,195.12)GSM, 3G, 4G
MarineBoost 5.1 (1000m2)SD-RP1002-LGDWH-O
800 / 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600
~4€1,568.50 (€1,275.20)GSM, 3G, 4G
MarineBoost 5.4 (4000m2)SD-RP1002-GDWLH-4-O
800 / 900 / 1800 / 2100 / 2600
~10€2,330 (€1,894.31)GSM, 3G, 4G

How It Works

  1. The antenna installed on the top of the ship receives signal in 360 deg around the ship. It will receive the signal from several masts on the coastline.  This signal is sent to the MarineBoost repeater inside the ship.
  2. The MarineBoost x.4  repeater shown in the image above has 4 ports that can be connected to 4 individual antennas inside the ship. Each of these antennas provides signal in 1 to 3 rooms, depending of the types of rooms.
  3. The system is self monitoring and does not require any management.

The new i-repeater can also be configured for ships.  It will allow you to monitor all your installations on all your ships, and if necessary, troubleshoot from anywhere.



  • Suitable for large boats, ships, mega yachts, cruisers, ferries….
  • Networks:  GSM/ 3G/ 4G
  • Boosts mobile signal for all EU network operators 
  • Unlimited users
  • Coverage:  Small boats : 1000m2, Large Ships: 64,000m2
  • Simple and intuitive LED status panel
  • Distributed system balances mobile signal evenly throughout your ship
  • Complete network operator protection.

The maximum distance the repeater can receive a signal from the mobile tower on land is 30km.

The MarineBoost repeater comes with an external omni-directional antenna which picks up the signal from all operators 360 degrees around the ship, within the 30Km radius.. This increases the total number of operators available to your customers at any time.

Large Ships:


For bigger ships, these 4 ports can be connected to line amplifiers which themselves have 4 ports. Add as many line amps as you need to provide the coverage necessary. 200 hundred  antennas have been tested with this system which provides a total of about 600 standard sized rooms. The system automatically balances and controls power. This ensures that the signal is evenly distributed throughout the ship.

Please contact us if you are interested in this system.

A closer look

  1. 4 mounting holes: if you want to secure your repeater to the wall.
  2. 4 diagnostic lights: tells you if the repeater has:
    • power.
    • proximity control.
    • feedback.
    • communication with your phone.
  3. 6 light signal strength indicator: tells you the strength of your mobile signal outside.
  4. Connector in: attach the indoor antenna here.
  5. Connector out: attach the 12m cable here and feed it up to the outdoor antenna.
  6. 12V Power in

Powerfull operator network protection

Case Studies: see all

    Luxury yacht in Malaysia | case study | boost mobile signal

    27th October 2015
    The Kama Bay luxury yacht is  a 26 meter expedition yacht. This boat carries tourists around Kama Bay, Phuket, Thailand. The yacht has a metal hull that blocks mobile signal from entering. The customer chose the MarineBoost 5.4 repeater system to get mobile signal into the various internal areas of the yacht. This included the [...]
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    Super luxury yacht | Marina Barcelona

    22nd February 2015
      Equipment used: 1 MarineBoost 5.1 repeater 1 omni directional antenna 1 internal panel antenna Power supply SD400 cable Before installation: This super cruiser is privately owned and is used to navigate to the following locations; Palma de Mallorca, Gibraltar, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Lanzarote and Barcelona The client wanted to be able to make calls [...]
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    The Ocean Grand | Singapore

    11th August 2014
    The installation company Falcon Mobile installed the StellaMarine repeater kit in the Ocean Grand above. The ship was moored in Singapore at the time of the installation and regularly travels around the Singapore/ Johor strait. It’s route can be viewed here. It usually stayed within a 40KM distance from the mainland and therefore within reach of [...]
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