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Advanced Maritime Technologies, LLC

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Advanced Maritime Technologies, LLC

137 Golden Isles Drive
Hallandale Beach FL 33009
United States

Advanced Maritime Technologies (AMT), LLC is a Florida‐based company focusing on the implementation of high‐tech maritime products and services. We specialize in the latest key technologies, including high‐performance satellite communications, satellite television and A/V entertainment solutions for commercial vessels. AMT delivers globally a reliable SATCOM and A/V entertainment solution at sea via L-, C-, Ku-, and Ka-band High Throughput Satellites (HTS) which increases operation efficiencies, lower operating cost, and provides remote IT management for all business, leisure and crew welfare needs.


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