FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA (USA) The Nav-Tracker GPS tracking system from boat
security systems supplier Global Ocean Security Technologies (GOST formerly Paradox
Marine) will be used to monitor the progress of Three Little Birds, a Lagoon 500 catamaran as it
travels around the world. Boat captain Scott Leonard and his family (wife Mandi, sons Griffin,
Jake and Luke) will embark on a unique three-year circumnavigation in July. During the voyage,
Scott plans to become The Mobile CEO running his multi-million dollar financial services
firm while sailing around the world on his 50 foot Yacht.
"With so many people interested in following the progress of our trip, having GOST's Nav-
Tracker GPS tracking system on our boat is critical to providing up to date, fully automated
location information. Add to that the peace of mind provided with the geofence when we have to
leave the boat in remote locations to return home for work said The Mobile CEO, Scott Leonard.
GOST Nav-Tracker can be used to track a vessel (or an entire fleet) from anywhere in the world
with an internet connection. A boat's precise voyage and exact location can be viewed on Google
Earth and as new reports come in from the Nav-Tracker, they are automatically updated to the
With Nav-Tracker installed aboard Three Little Birds, we have an excellent opportunity to
demonstrate the unique vessel tracking and monitoring capabilities of our system around the
world, said GOST President Jay Keenan.
When a Nav-Tracker transmitter is mounted on a
vessel and armed, a wireless geo-fence with a
500-meter radius is created. If a boat is moved
outside of this fence, Nav-Tracker uses Inmarsat
based GPS satellite technology to monitor a boats
location and notify up to ten people by email and/or
text message every 2 minutes with the exact
latitude/longitude, speed and heading of the vessel.
For more information about the Leonard family and
the voyage of Three Little Birds, visit
www.themobileceosetssail.com or contact Beverly