Monitor your boat and track it’s location: Part 25 – Taco Marine Project Boat on Ship Shape TV.

GOST security screens

The GOST system helps protect against theft, fire, smoke, high water in the bilge, low voltage, loss of shore power and intrusion. How? Contact sensors, motion detectors, infrared beam sensors, deck sensors, dock pull away sensors and many more, keep track of where and what is going on with your boat when you are not there. Plus, the sensors, sirens, acoustic sound barriers and flashing lights can chase off intruders before the boat is ever stolen and needs to be tracked. The video below shows the Gost system being installed on the Ship Shape TV and Taco Marine Project Boat. (Below the video is how to track the Taco Marine Project Boat).

 

Track the location of the Taco Marine Project Boat as it goes from location to location using the GOST Nav-Tracker system in these three easy steps: 

1. Go to: www.gostglobal.com, click on LOG IN, and GOST Nav-Tracker Log In.

Gost for the Taco Marine Project Boat

2. Enter the User Name: projectboat@tacomarine.com and the password: 1234

3. Click the SECURE LOGIN button. That’s it!Gost - Global Ocean Security Technology for the Taco Marine Project Boat

Where’s the Boat? Up pops a map and a small orange square indicates the Project Boat’s location. You can easily zoom in and out of the map as the Project Boat travels to vendors as well as trade shows where the Taco Marine Project Boat will be on display.

Most tracking system

We interrupt this blog to inform you about an upcoming show and tell …

The Taco Marine and Ship Shape TV Project Boat will be on display at the Palm Beach International Boat Show, March 23-26. You can see it at the South entrance at the intersection of Flagler Drive and Lakeview Avenue.

The completely renovated boat will be auctioned at the 2017 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show and the proceeds will benefit the I’M LOGAN IT Foundation. The non-profit foundation is in memory of Logan Matthew Kushner, created by the Kushner family, owners of Taco Marine. It raises money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund (JDRF) and provides college scholarships for student athletes who exhibit similar values and qualities as Logan – including strong sense of leadership, resilient in spirit, team pride, good sportsmanship and helping others. Here’s a quick peek: