Inmarsat, the global mobile satellite communications provider, has named record-breaking Australian sailor and adventurer Nick Moloney as its new Yachting Ambassador.
The elite yachtsman and windsurfer will draw on his extensive experience to support Inmarsat as it continues to increase awareness and insight into the benefits of reliable, global satellite communications for all types of modern mariner.
He will also help drive the company’s continued expansion in the superyacht, leisure and racing yachting sectors.
“Nick has a tremendous passion for sailing, yachting and adventure and he is a huge advocate of reliable and safe communications at sea, which Inmarsat pioneered and continues to lead today,” says Peter Broadhurst, senior VP Safety and Security, Yacht and Passenger at Inmarsat.
“We are delighted to have him as an Ambassador for our yachting and explorer markets and I look forward to working closely with him at the various yachting events over the next year.”
Moloney has raced in the America’s Cup, completed three circumnavigations under sail and is a 15-time world sailing speed record holder. With challenging new expeditions to Antarctica and Greenland in the pipeline, in addition to preparations for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, he is in a unique position to represent Inmarsat’s values to a wider audience.