Yacht Monitoring Systems
alarms for fire, smoke, combustible gasses, carbon monoxide and high bilge water
Includes cameras, motion detectors, magnetic door, and port hole sensors
Includes remote monitoring including video, email and text notifications
Tracking systems create a wireless “geofence” radius around your vessel for 24/7 protection
Fine Line Marine Electric offers a complete remote monitoring and control package for your yacht. We design, install, repair, or expand any system and any make, as well as reverse engineer and repair your outdated documented system.
What Are You Waiting For ?
At Fine Line Marine Electric, all of our technicians are ABYC certified, and have a thorough understanding of regulations in CFR46 (subparts H, J, K, and I), ABS, Lloyd’s Register, RINA, BV, DNV, Maritime and Coast Guard administration standards
Monitoring and security systems allow you to view systems status and onboard cameras in real time from anywhere in the world. The goal is to keep your boat safe, and the proper authorities informed of anything suspicious that happens when you’re away from your vessel.
Monitoring & Control
We understand that a vessel is made up of many complex systems including the engine, transmission, generators, electrical, and much, more. Trying to keep track of this equipment to ensure a safe and secure journey can be overwhelming. Without the appropriate vessel monitoring and control system, small issues can quickly turn into dangerous situations, and can even become life-threatening. Further complicating the task at hand is the different user interfaces for each piece of equipment, all having various gauges, buttons, and ways to setup and acknowledge alarms.
Take Full Control
At Fine Line Marine Electric, we have developed a single, common interface to monitor and control your vessel’s systems so you don’t have to learn and remember different ways to interact with each piece of equipment. And with a built-in comprehensive alert system, you don’t have to sit and stare at the gauges because you will get an alarm or warning at the slightest hint of a problem, before it turns into a larger, more serious issue. Look at it as your very own marine engineer, continuously watching over your vessel 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.