MMSI radio license package for VHF, AIS, Radar and EPIRB in 24 hours
Valid worldwide for 10 years and can be used with any boat flag
WE CAN ARRANGE A MMSI RADIO LICENSE IN 24 HOURS
Make sure you always have a valid MMSI license on your vessel wherever you are in the world! In all countries it is mandatory to have a valid MMSI or you can be fined or have your vessel confiscated. Since it is so easy to get a MMSI license there is no excuse to not have your paperwork in order. We only need some personal and boat info in order to process your MMSI license and it will take only 24 hours!
We offer MMSI Radio licenses that are issued by the USA and UK governments. Both have no restrictions on your nationality. The UK MMSI can be used in combination with ANY flag while the USA license can only be used when you are licensed under USA flag. Both licenses are valid for 10 years and it only takes us 1 day to obtain your license.
License issued by UK Telecom €149 or $169
We can also offer you a worldwide MMSI issued by the UK Telecom authorities. This official radio license will be valid to use with a VHF, AIS, and EPIRB on your boat AND IT DOES NOT MATTER UNDER WHICH FLAG YOU ARE CURRENTLY REGISTERED.
License issued by US FCC €319 or $349
We can also offer you a MMSI issued by the US FCC Telecom authorities. This official radio license will be valid to use with a VHF, AIS, and EPIRB on your boat AND IS ONLY VALID FOR US FLAGGED VESSELS.
IMPORTANT FAQS ABOUT MMSI RADIO LICENSES
Do I need a radio Licence for my boat?
Your vessel must have an up-to-date radio licence for your fixed radio. When you apply for a radio licence you will give information about your boat and the type of safety equipment onboard. ... If you have a DSC radio you will also get an MMSI number - a boat telephone number.
What is my boats MMSI number?
A MMSI number (Maritime Mobile Service Identity) is a nine-digit number that identifies your boat for marine traffic monitoring systems. The unique identifier facilitates VHF communications, customs and border security, emergency response, and commercial call tracking and billing
What kind of radio do boats use?
There are two main types of VHF radios — rechargeable hand-held radios and fixed mounted radios. Fixed mounted radios have an antennae mounted to the boat that's capable of transmitting greater distances. In general, VHF marine radios have a range of about 5-10 miles, and at least 20 miles to a USCG station.
What is a radio call sign for a boat?
Maritime call signs are call signs assigned as unique identifiers to ships and boats. All radio transmissions must be individually identified by the call sign. Merchant and naval vessels are assigned call signs by their national licensing authorities.
What is DSC on a marine radio?
Digital selective calling or DSC is a standard for transmitting pre-defined digital messages via the medium-frequency (MF), high-frequency (HF) and very-high-frequency (VHF) maritime radio systems. It is a core part of the Global Maritime Distress Safety System (GMDSS)
What does MMSI mean?
Maritime Mobile Service Identity
A Maritime Mobile Service Identity (MMSI) is a series of nine digits which are sent in digital form over a radio frequency channel in order to uniquely identify ship stations, ship earth stations, coast stations, coast earth stations, and group calls.
How far can a marine radio transmit?
Marine VHF radios work on a line-of-sight basis. That is, they can transmit and receive to and from another antenna as long as that antenna is above the horizon. How far is that? Standing in the cockpit of a boat, the distance to the horizon for most adults is about three miles.
Register now in 3 simple steps
- Fill in our online form and pay secure by Visa, Mastercard or Paypal
- Let us submit your MMSI radio package application after receiving your info
- Within 24 hours, we will send you your official MMSI Radio License package via email as an electronic document. Just print it out and keep on your boat