Jeppesen Delivers Workboat Navigator to Cenac

Friday, August 24, 2007
Cenac Towing has become the launch customer for Jeppesen Workboat Navigator – A Professional Information Service. Jeppesen Marine recently announced this new offering which is aimed at commercial vessel operators in coastal and inland waterways.

Cenac is a family owned tow operator with 41 inland and offshore tow boats, plus over 100 inland and offshore tank barges. Cenac also operates a shipyard in Houma, La. where it constructs and repairs liquid tank barges. Jeppesen Workboat Navigator is an information service that provides mariners with a combination of detailed vector-based digital marine charts, location-based data, such as Notices to Mariners, and input from onboard sensors, such as GPS, radar, AIS, heading sensors, and onboard cameras. Jeppesen Workboat Navigator brings together numerous information sources for unparalleled situational awareness and weekly data updates so charts remain current and provide the most accurate information possible.

Jeppesen Workboat Navigator delivers a host of advanced features including River ETA to assist with planning arrival times, River AIS to predict passing locations, the ability to easily keep AIS information up to date with an easy-to-use interface, and much more. Comprehensive 24x7 service and support is also included.


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