Step 1: Sign Up

Step 1: Sign Up

In order to get information to setup tracking for your yacht you must be entered in the tracking database. Please submit the below form, or you can send an email to: info@sailtracker.net.  Your code will be emailed to you and may take up to several hours to arrive.  Registration is only required for yachts that…

Step 2: Get a Free Tracking App

Step 2: Get a Free Tracking App

Congratulations, you’ve sent your registration information for Sailtracker. You will receive information to input into your phone’s tracking app shortly at the email address you’ve provided once your details have been reviewed and your yacht has been entered into the database. Once you have received your tracking information, you’ll need to configure your phone. To…

Step 3: Race Day

Step 3: Race Day

Now that you’ve got your ID and phone setup you are ready to track for your race.  Before the beginning of the race, run the app and press “start” as described in Step 2. Sailtracker will log your track live as long as there is at least intermittent cell phone signal.  In the case of…

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Featured News

New Free Tracking Apps available!

New Free Tracking Apps available!

Sailtracker Transponder version 1.0 is now available for both iPhone and Android.  This app contains many improvements over the 3rd party apps used in the past, including: 1) No cost – The app is free for use with Sailtracker events.  No need to pay for a 3rd party app. 2) Simple configuration – Enter a…

Successful Phone Tracking

Successful Phone Tracking

For tracking to be successful the phone where the app is installed needs three things (beyond being configured correctly): 1.  Power The tracking app requires more battery than typical usage.  Depending on the phone type and age as well as the update settings on the tracking app (the more frequent the updates, the bigger the…

Motorola iDEN tracking phones are dead

Motorola iDEN tracking phones are dead

Sprint and Boost Mobile have shut down the iDEN cellular network as of July 1, 2013.  This means that older tracking phones such as the Motorola i290 and i335 phones are now obsolete and can no longer be used with Sailtracker. You can read more about it here:  It’s Dead Jim!