At Actisense we pride ourselves in providing support and solutions to overcome NMEA networking problems. We carry that same passion when helping the wider community too. This page highlights some of the incredible things Actisense has done over the years to support our community.


Actisense pledge to plant at least one tree for every order received. Working with positive climate action champions, Ecologi, we will remove around 280 tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere, which is the equivalent of driving 695,000 miles in an average car or charging a mobile phone 36,000,000 times. This will make the company carbon positive, more than nullifying its carbon output.

Watch our forest grow

Actisense Academy

We are proud to have partnered with the team at LearnBS.com to provide in-depth, technical courses to give you the tools you’ll need to work with NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000 protocols. Learn the common issues faced by boaters and marine electronics installers, and discover how our products can save you a huge amount of time and money while keeping you safe and providing the most accurate data.

Learn with us

Pip Hare

Since May 2019, Actisense has supported solo sailor Pip Hare in her impressive training for the Vendee Globe by joining her business syndicate. As the eighth woman in history to have completed the challenge, Actisense’s sponsorship helped Pip cover some of the running costs of her 60ft specialist yacht and the cost of training.

Visit Pip's website

Sam Whaley

Sam Whaley is a member of the British Sailing Team and has the ambition to one day represent Great Britain at the Olympic Games in the men’s Olympic singlehanded dinghy, the Laser. Actisense has supported Sam’s journey since 2018. He even joined us for a week of work experience where he made his own carbon fiber compass to mount on his Laser.  We have every confidence that Sam has the passion and determination to achieve his dream.

Visit Sam's website

Jubilee Sailing Trust

The Jubilee Sailing Trust (JST) is a charity that aim to create an inclusive world where we can all contribute and feel valued. They do this by providing people of mixed abilities and circumstances the freedom to explore their ability, potential and place in the world through inclusive adventures at sea. Actisense are fully onboard with their mission and have been providing them with electronic equipment for their sailing vessels since 2015.



Visit JST's webiste