Ship Simulators

A ship simulator is an advanced training device; an electronic or mechanical system used to expose vessel operators and crew members to typical shipboard conditions and systems. Simulation training is not a substitute for the experience of training on an actual vessel, but is used as a preliminary method to thoroughly familiarize students with equipment, procedures, and processes. Simulation also is useful for review and for demonstrating updates and modifications to existing craft.

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Wallem Adds Three Ship Simulators in Ukraine

The Wallem Maritime Training Center in Odessa, Ukraine added three training simulators…

PC Maritime’s ECDIS has been fitted to newbuild Shen Hua 521 as part of a 50-vessel contract with China Shipping Group.

PC Maritime to Install ECDIS in 50-vessel China Shipping Deal

PC Maritime’s Navmaster ECDIS has been chosen by China Shipping Group to be fitted…

MSI to Train NOAA Officers

Maritime Simulation Institute to Provide Professional Maritime Training to NOAA Officers…

HR Wallingford Sign Navigation Simulator Agreement with FMSC

HR Wallingford has recently signed an alliance agreement with Fremantle Maritime…

Cal Maritime Will Host 2012 Koch Sea Scout Cup

The California Maritime Academy (Cal Maritime), a campus of The California State University…

Panama Canal Authority Opens Simulator Center

In commemoration of the Panama Canal’s 88th Anniversary on August 15th, Panama President…

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