New Voyage Planning Program

Monday, October 10, 2005
Seagull AS presented its new Voyage Planning Program - VP version 1.0. This software has been developed in close cooperation with the ECDIS supplier/developer MARIS AS.

Northern Marine Management Glasgow/UK will be the first customer using this new SW on board all ships Seagull has completed a new program covering the needs for any vessel and navigator to complete a comprehensive voyage plan according to any known charter requirements.

The Voyage Planning program has been developed in close cooperation with 'MARIS AS'. The software has been prepared for interfacing information from ECDIS, weather information, port information, etc. The software can easily be upgraded to a fully licenses ECDIS through cooperation with the ECDIS manufacture MARIS AS.

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