So in another thread about satellite issues the topic of STARLINK came up. The other thread is here: https://www.yachtforums.com/threads/bell-satellite-tv-canada.36258/ Reading the thread got me thinking and wondering how many others are using STARLINK ? How do you like it? Pros and cons? I’m aware it says it is not currently available (or intended) for mobile use. 95% of my issue is when the boat is parked at the marina. My boat is in a smaller town in Ketchikan, Alaska. Typical satellite service is not practical as we are too far north and the required dish size is too big to reasonably put on my boat. The local internet companies won’t offer service to boats. So I am currently using a cell based router with a SIM card. Wouldn’t be an issue if we had 5g or even 4g but our little town is way behind the times and cell speeds are very slow. So maybe STARLINK is my answer? Questions: 1. Can you turn service on/off as needed? Our season is short and the boat sits on the hard in a building for 6 months of the year with no service required. 2. Do these systems do OK with power shifts from shore to gen and back causing short power outage? Do you have to reset every time power shifts? 3. How big is the cabling and cable ends from antenna to base? If I put the antenna on top of my hardtop I’ve got to run a cable into the bridge area. 4. If I put the router in the flybridge console will it provide Wi-Fi coverage throughout my 54’ without an extender? 5. If I get the option to move it around in locations maybe I can get coverage at my Marina and when anchored in bays and inlets when out on multi-day trips? 6. What else am I missing here that I need to consider? Thanks in advance for all your input and knowledge sharing.