Phantom Services signs deal with GOST

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Maritime security firm Phantom Services now offers global security concierge services, providing round-the-clock monitoring, tracking and recovery of vessels exclusively for customers with onboard marine security, monitoring and tracking systems from supplier GOST.

Phantom is a yacht security, recovery and anti-piracy training firm headed by maritime security expert Tony Sparks.

“GOST supplies the most comprehensive and reliable tracking systems on the market. A boat or yacht with a GOST tracking system installed on board and monitored by the Phantom Services Monitoring Center combines the best technology with our experienced and highly trained security team,” Sparks said in a statement.

“Phantom Services offers our customers additional peace of mind, with the knowledge that their boat is protected by a GOST system, while also being monitored and tracked around the clock by the marine security specialists at Phantom Services,” GOST president and CEO Jay Keenan said.

Phantom’s monitoring services are available exclusively to GOST customers at an introductory rate of $19.99 a month. Phantom also offers a comprehensive private vessel security concierge program for yacht owners, captains and crews that extends beyond monitoring of GOST systems to include vessel vulnerability assessments, security training, onboard security, vessel recovery and rescue services.

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