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I used to own and operate a Wireless Internet company in the mid-west. I have used many of Ubiquti's commercial products with great suceess, but never the consumer line such as the Bullet.
I can tell you that things like increasing your antenna height, and higher gain antennas will all make large differences in the ability to reliably pick up a signal from a long distance.
As for the comment about avoiding high gain antennas on the water, that most definitly does NOT apply to wifi antennas. the higher the gain the better they will perform in nearly all situations.
As for the Antennas, Pacific Wireless makes very good low priced 2.4 Ghz outdoor omni antennas. They can be purchased from streakwave.com, and their sales staff is quite knowledgable (their main office is practically across the street from Ubiquiti, you won't find anyone with better knowledge).
to be clear, I do not have any affilliation with either company, but I do know people at each of them as a result of doing business with them for years.
Four Points - 1990 Hunter 27'
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