BP Marine Launches Port To Port

Tuesday, November 02, 1999
BP Marine is aiming to ease the task of marine route planning with its latest version of Port to Port, which is based on the company's own marine distance tables. Used worldwide, Port to Port is reportedly the fastest, most accurate distance table ever - allowing for accurate and economical voyage planning. Activation by user is performed by entering departure and destination ports from more than 1,700 waypoints, canals or other ports that will be included in the voyage With one mouse click, the program compiles the shortest distance in an instant. Allowing alternative routes to be evaluated, Port to Port also provides bunkering requirements to be calculated and ETA's to be accurately forecast. Operating under Microsoft Windows, Port to Port is available on a 3.5-in. floppy disk.
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