Raymarine's Satellite TV antennas bring the same combination of high performance and ease-of-use to your onboard entertainment that you would expect from your home entertainment system. Housed in a compact dome, our antenna systems automatically track and receive satellite TV signals in almost any conditions - guaranteed quick, clear, reliable access to hundreds of digital channels.
Unique Wide Range Search (WRS) technology means Raymarine's antennas can identify and acquire satellite signals as quickly as possible. When you've got a fix on the satellite signal you want, the tracking algorithms will help ensure you keep it. They're built to cope with tough conditions too.
Dynamic Beam Tilting (DBT) continuously measures, and compensates for your vessel's heading, pitch and roll - keeping your antenna locked on a satellite for a clear picture, whatever the weather or waves are doing.
Raymarine 33STV: Ultra Compact for Smaller Vessels. The perfect choice for small power and sailboat owners from 6 - 7.6 metres (20' - 25') looking to experience the best in on-board entertainment.
Raymarine 37STV: Compact and light-weight. The space saving Raymarine 37 STV system is designed for vessels between 7.6 - 10.7 metres (25' - 35'). At just 37 cm (14.5") diameter, this antenna is perfect for tight locations.
Raymarine 45STV: Multiple satellite receiver capabilities. A great blend of size and performance, the Raymarine STV45 makes satellite television at sea a reality for owners of 10.7 - 15 metres (35' - 50') vessels.
Raymarine 60STV: The high performance choice. The Raymarine 60STV extends satellite coverage with enhanced satellite tracking in regions prone to weaker satellite signals. The Raymarine 60STV offers all the advantages of the Raymarine 45STV, plus a few more. Automated Skew Control ensures maximum signal strength while under way by optimising the LNB skew position.
The Raymarine Satellite Television Antenna Systems can track a variety of DVB compatible and DSS (DirecTV) satellites.
To receive a satellite television service you will need to subscribe to the service from the relevant service provider.
The antenna control comes as standard as part of the Satellite TV System.