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SAMMON Demo Planning FtLauderdale Arrival with comments


published on 20 January 2021 46

Found on YouTube. Created by "ISSIMS GmbH & Institute: Innovative Simulation".
This updated video shows how easy it is to develop an arrival plan with the SAMMON Planning Tool. As a sample the arrival from appraoch until the berth to Ft. Lauderdale is used under strong current of 2kn. At the simulator training courses where we used this tool for preparation of a manoeuvring plan during the briefing sessions all nautical officers involved stated afterwards: "Why don't we have this tool on our ships?"
Wismar, Germany
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