Marine Satellite TV is Spring Cleaning!

Spring is coming and you’ll be launching your boat for another season. Now is the time to get satellite TV in your yacht or service vessel.

Getting your boat ready to launch means quite a checklist. This means looking at your vessel’s electrical and mechanical systems. It also calls for a safety check of life jackets and first aid kits. It’s also a great time to make sure your registrations are up to date. Once that’s out of the way, you can do the fun stuff. You know, like stocking your fridge with beverages for those fun-filled nights on the sea. If having a good time on your boat is important to you, you should get satellite TV in your boat.

Why Marine Satellite TV?

Satellite TV is made for the yachting life. You get hundreds of channels, your pick of pro sports packages, and international programming. During the day, you’re cruising the waves offshore. At night, when you’re docked, satellite TV lets you curl up with your favorite shows. It’s the perfect way to end a long day of surf and sun.

The Difficulty of DIY

Getting satellite TV on your boat might sound easy. You just have to install a dish, right? There’s more to it than that, so we recommend you don’t try to do it yourself. You might get the wrong dish entirely. (Boats need marine-grade dishes with gyrostabilizers to handle the rolling of the ocean.) Don’t risk damaging your boat by drilling holes into its hull!

DIRECTV for Marine

Do you want to add satellite TV to your yacht, boat, or vessel? We recommend the DIRECTV services from our affiliate company Signal Connect. This helps you avoid the difficulties of the do-it-yourself approach. Signal Connect specializes in marine satellite TV. Our DIRECTV experts offer a one-stop solution for DIRECTV. A Signal Connect team member will help you with the following:

  • Marine-grade satellite dish recommendations from our inventory.
  • A professional marine satellite dish installer to do the job.
  • A quick and easy account activation.
  • Easily suspend your DIRECTV account when your boat is in storage.
  • Other free tech support and account management services.

When you work with Signal Connect, you get a personal account rep. This person answers your questions and helps you with your DIRECTV service. Your rep can also match your boat with the right cell phone signal booster and installer. You’ll have amazing cellular reception up to 10 miles offshore.

Get DIRECTV for Your Boat Today!

There’s still time to take care of this before spring. We recommend calling Signal Connect now. If you’re ready for satellite TV on your boat – and you want it done right – call Signal Connect at 888-233-7563. You can also fill out the form below and send it to us. Someone will reach out to set up a time to discuss marine DIRECTV.

About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.