Heritage Wharf, Dockyard

One of three Sealite SL-70 GPS Synchronized Solar Marine Lanterns marking the eastern catwalks & mooring dolphins at Heritage Wharf.

Temporary Buoys for America's Cup

Two of the eighteen Sealite buoys supplied to mark obstructions and temporary channels during the 2017 America's Cup in Bermuda

Em-trak Class B AIS units

Large order of Em-trak Class B AIS units to outfit Bermuda Government vessels (Police, Fisheries & Dept. of Youth and Sport) prior to 2017 America's Cup in Bermuda.

AIS Density Bermuda

From MarineTraffic.com - the AIS density map of Bermuda comparing 2016 to 2017 when there was a surge in marine traffic for the America's Cup.

Em-trak AIS install

Em-trak B100 Class B AIS installed with an S100 antenna splitter to allow sharing of existing marine VHF radio antenna. Installation is very straight forward for those wishing to do themselves and we offer free programming of all our AIS units.

Airport Marine Restricted Area

Supplied and installed ten Sealite B700RB buoys to mark the Airport Marine Restricted Area in Castle Harbour.

Airport Marine Restricted Area

Buoys each fitted with a yellow Sealite SL-70 Solar Marine Lantern with GPS Synchronization enabling all 10 buoys to flash simultaneously every 4 seconds.

Catching Some Rays

Sealite SL-70 solar lantern "charging station" prior to being deployed

Em-trak Class B AIS programming

Em-trak Class B AIS programming information. MMSI number is mandatory for unit to transmit and is issued as part of your vessels Class 5 VHF radio license obtained from the Regulatory Authority of Bermuda.