Starlink Maritime for inland watercraft
You can install Starlink version for RVs on your boat and get the same performance as a moving RV. Just like in an RV or a car, you can choose either the portable or the in-motion (Flat High Performance) satellite dish. The portable is not as reliable while moving, or on choppy water as the in-motion version, causing outages and downtime.
While the standard Starlink for RV service uses SpaceX’s $599 satellite dish, using it in motion requires a Flat High Performance dish, which will cost a around $2,500.
Both the Starlink for Maritime and RVs can be installed on boats. What's more, you could check out the Starlink Maritime coverage map to see where you can access the internet on a boat using Starlink Maritime, although all locations in Minnesota and Wisconsin are covered.
STARLINK Maritime for Yachts
Starlink offers a Maritime version with download speeds of up to 350 Mbps if you're offshore (in the ocean). It was designed by SpaceX to help launch and recover spacecraft on ocean vessels. Because of that, it can withstand extremely harsh environments (even rocket landings!).
Starlink Maritime will cost you $10,000 to install and a $5,000 per month subscription. This could be expensive if you're on a small boat, but it could be ideal if you're on a charter, cruise, or high-end yacht. Despite the cost, SpaceX says it cut down its internet cost by 70% after switching from traditional internet service providers to Starlink Maritime.