The new automatic depolarisor developed for SAILOR 90 Satellite
TV World allows automatic switching between polarisations in a
matter of seconds, overcoming a longstanding barrier for truly
global satellite TV at sea.
Satellite TV is now viable for thousands more vessels. You can
provide television for crew aboard vessels sailing globally,
without the need to reconfigure or manually change parts of the
system to ensure compatibility with different satellite broadcast
Whether watching the game, the news or the soaps SAILOR 90
Satellite TV World is built specifically to meet the demands of
maritime professionals, so can be relied on to provide a strong
Help crew to relax and enjoy their free time. Team spirit and
welfare is just as relevant at sea as at home and with SAILOR 90
Satellite TV World, it is easy to enhance life on board and do your
part for crew welfare.
SAILOR 90 Satellite TV World is a third generation platform and
in addition to being the only truly global maritime television
system, it uses a wealth of innovative technology; fast satellite
acquisition, extra wide elevation range and dynamic skew
With this technology, the signal is locked in at all times. Your
crews can enjoy uninterrupted viewing, supporting their job
satisfaction and likelihood to stay with you.
Simple operation and maintenance
With a user-friendly control unit that features a USB interface
for advanced maintenance, updates or adjustments, installation and
operation of the SAILOR 90 Satellite TV World is easy.
Change satellites at the touch of a button. Configure or upgrade
from a laptop. Technicians can spend less time on entertainment
systems and more on ship systems, saving time and money.
Global service network
In the unlikely event your SAILOR 90 Satellite TV World system
delivers less than smooth sailing, Cobham SATCOM's network of
skilled service professionals is always nearby.
Our On Board Service Centers use highly trained technicians and
are strategically placed to ensure prompt, professional and quality
service - without costly downtime in port.