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Simulation by NAUTITEC, Reality by Emden Pilots


by Frank Diegel - published on 5 March 2021 231 -

The entire NAUTITEC team would like to congratulate the team from the Pilot Association Emden and Meyer Shipyard to the successful transfer of their latest cruise liner “Odyssey of the Seas” from Papenburg to sea.

They are proud to have been part of this project with our simulation partner Wärtsila Voyage and our staff’s expertise and skills.

With only 10 days of preparation time, they successfully executed a high-end simulation of the Odyssey`s river-passage on a scientific level and they are glad to have seen simulation become reality once again.

NAUTITEC is your best choice for tailor made advanced high-end consulting and simulation solutions!

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