Actisense Products

Mariteq Solutions announced as Actisense Distributor for the Republic of Ireland. What do Actisense do? They make Intelligent sensors, interfaces and technology that are unrivalled for their quality, features and reliability. Actisense aim to be the installer’s product of choice by making navigation safer and more efficient with the most reliable boat and tractor electronic systems.Continue reading “Actisense Products”

New Deliveries

Latest Delivery Any technician worth his salt knows that what he brings to any job is knowledge. However, from time to time this is not enough to diagnose a fault efficiently and it is for that reason that we have invested heavily on state of the art test equipment that can diagnose issues across allContinue reading “New Deliveries”

Workshop upgrades

Mariteq Solutions conduct most of their work on site but from time to time there may be the need for equipment to be removed for more in-depth testing and repairs. It is for this reason that Mariteq Solutions have invested heavily in the upgrades of bench test equipment and electrostatic workstations. Below are some ofContinue reading “Workshop upgrades”

Electronic Navigation Systems

Below is a link to the excellent resource on Electronic Navigation Systems titled: Electronic Navigation Systems – Guidance for safe use on Leisure Vessels elecnavfinal.pdf

Code of Practice – Safe Operation of Recreational Crafts

Who is the Code of Practice for? The Code of Practice for the Safe Operation of Recreational Craft is intended for use by owners, operators and users of allpleasure and recreational craft operating in Irish coastal and inland waters and certain Irish vessels operating offshore, including: Sail and motor boats Sailing dinghies Personal watercraft (e.g.Continue reading “Code of Practice – Safe Operation of Recreational Crafts”


Mariteq Solutions was established in 2020 to meet the need for experienced marine electronic engineers in the South of Ireland but their experience in this industry dates back to the 90’s. The company is headed up by David O’Leary who has spent the last 20 years working as a Senior Marine Electronics Engineer with theContinue reading “Introduction”

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