Grand Rapids, MI (PRWEB) August 15, 2007
For most boaters, the lack of a reliable and affordable Wi-Fi connection has been the largest hurdle to accessing the internet on the water. But today, BoatersBasement.com offers a simple solution to the problem of wireless access from the water -- with no access fees.
"Why should boaters pay hefty fees to access the internet from the water?" muses Brandon Bissell, President of http://www.BoatersBasement.com. "Boaters are demanding internet access on the water -- they monitor the weather, check fishing reports, chart voyages, and stay in touch. Why shouldn't boaters tap into the many freely available Wi-Fi hotspots that are often only miles away on shore? Boaters have called for better onboard wireless access and Syrens (TM) Light is the affordable, reliable answer."
Unlike other wireless internet solutions for boaters, the Syrens TM Light lets boaters lock on to public hot spots within miles of the slip, mooring, or anchorage. The product's built-in software makes it easy for boaters to scan and identify "hot spots" within a 3 mile range of Syrens, and then select the right hot spot based on accessibility and strength of signal. The 3 mile range of Syrens (TM) Light may be affected by the strength and quality of the hot spot, as well as a clear line-of-sight to the boat.
Operating on the vessel's 12v power supply, the Syrens LITE brings the Internet to any onboard computer or laptop. The product includes an Ethernet bridge, amplifier, 8.5db marine antenna, mount, 15 ft antenna cable, Ethernet cable and operator's manual (on CD).
For more information on this revolutionary product, visit http://www.boatersbasement.com/SYRENS_ONBOARD_WIFI_p/31023.htm.
Based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, BoatersBasement.com features an online StoreFront with discount marine electronics and boating products. The site's Education Center provides a resource for boating safety, rules, classes, and information; while the LinkCenter easily guides boaters to weather, electronics, marine news, and other useful sites.
For more information or a quote from Brandon Bissell, please contact Mark Vander Wel at 616-855-4642.