A Boat GPS Tracker is ideally solar rechargeable, screwed down and IP68 Submersible.

A boat GPS tracker is a device that is used to track the location and monitor the movements of boats, ships, or other watercraft.
They use Global Positioning System (GPS) technology to determine the precise location of the vessel. Boat GPS trackers offer several functionalities and benefits, including:

There are many different types of boat gps trackers, in this page we will cover a solar powered, screw down 4G tracker which is IP68 submersible.

A solar powered gps tracker for a boat mounted on the hull.

All these features require as little human input as possible, allowing it to be self charging and with minimal chance of damage or becoming dislodged due to rough sea.

Top view of a yacht GPS Tracker

A Boat GPS Tracker should be;

  • Solar powered or wired
  • Mounting points or magnetic
  • IP68 waterproof & submersible
  • Easy to install
  • Report data over the 4G Network

Boat GPS Tracker Applications

  • Boat / Yacht / Sea Vessel
  • Container
  • Freight & Trucking
  • Mechanical Transport


  • Plug and play. No wiring necessary as it receives power from the sun.
  • Real Time GPS Tracking, as the boat is moving or stationary.
  • Reports and alerts are standard
  • 4G Mobile Network
  • Unlimited geozones & storage
  • Software agnostic. Tracking portal & location data is available on any device


  • Network: 4G LTE FDD
  • Use: Built-in GPS antenna and 4G antenna
  • Function: Solar GPS tracker for boat
  • Size: 170mm(L) x 115mm (W) x 40mm(H)
  • GPS sensitivity: -165dBm
  • GPS position accuracy: >5m
  • Built-in battery: 8000mAh

Live Track Your Vessel

By using our web tracking system, you will be able to monitor in real time your vessel on any device.

By monitoring your vessel with a gps tracker you have peace of mind of the safety of your vessel and well being of your crew.

To detect theft from it’s Moore ring, or trailer, you can set a virtual fence known as a ‘gps geofence location’ and be notified when it breaches this zone. This allows the owner of the boat time to contact the coast guard and alert them of a possible theft.

If a large storm rolls through and your boat breaks free of where it is moored, you will be able to keep track of it and find out the location of where it ends up.