A sea trial that continued for almost a month on the iconic sailing yacht validate continuous connectivity with the use of connectivity solutions in the Caribbean and the Kymeta KyWay™ flat panel terminals, across the Mediterranean and in Atlantic.
Redmond, the Washington located Kymeta, Intelsat S.A. (NYSE: I) — world first Globalized Network operator and exclusive partner of Superyacht distribution e3 Systems revealed that the iconic 89-meter sailing vessel Maltese Falcon, is performing its very first sea trials along with Kymeta communications solutions from the past four months and giving the successful results. The sailing vessel Maltese Falcon, with its trial installation of Kymeta KyWay terminals, will be seen soon at the Monaco Yacht Show.
Talk about the yacht The Maltese Falcon, then it is not a classic one, it is a new class of yacht. It has a new revolutionary sailing system, the Falcon Rig, which will set a new milestone in the history of yachting history.
The 3 self-standing and the rotating masts hosts 15 sails for a sail area of 2,400 square meters total handled by the ultimate Perini Navi Sail Control for an unchallenged performance with matchless maneuverability and safety characteristics. This iconic Maltese Falcon was built for the late Tom Perkins and then it was purchased by Pleon Ltd. More information about this Superyacht can be collected from the website symaltesefalcon.com.
Kymeta is also a well known and established organization that offers the commercially-viable electronically-scanning satellite terminals and antennas, which is the world only. The terminals and antennas of Kymeta deliver communications of high-throughput for sea, air and land, making the connectivity as smooth and simple as the view of the sky. So, the joint efforts of Kymeta and The Maltese Falcon have brought the spectacular results.