Simulations are directed towards the improvement of ship handling operations through the use of various ship types navigating under simulated weather and sea conditions in different seaways of the World, as well as use of different electronic systems installed onboard ships and yachts.
ARPA Radar Simulation Laboratory
A desktop simulator class to allow 24 students to be trained simultaneously in the same classroom. The simulator will allow:
Modern radars and ARPA operations skills to be practiced;
Familiarization with all the details of electronic chart operation, including route planning and monitoring, electronic chart updating and the principles of displaying various information. These include exercises in collision avoidance, planning and monitoring techniques, and blind pilotage. Students may demonstrate competent use of electronic navigational aids and a thorough understanding and application of the Collision Regulations at command level.
GMDSS ( Global Maritime Distress & Safety Systems ) Simulation Laboratory
The desktop simulator class allow 16 students to be trained simultaneously. Our equipment in GMDSS Laboratory simulates all functions of SAILOR 6000 series, which are very popular in maritime industry.
It is more than just a way to meet mandatory GMDSS requirements, because as part of the innovative SAILOR 6000 Series, it is an integral part of a vessel’s communication system. The system features true triple functionality as it safely handles all GMDSS, SSAS and LRIT operation on board, offering enhanced functionality, a unique message replay, next-generation radiotelex software and the ability to connect to multiple control units.
Bridge Simulation Laboratory
The simulator forms a crucial part of Yacht Captain training, by exposing them to a range of modern navigation systems, and will assist students in developing command and decision-making skills.
The ECA-Sindel Mistral 4000 Shiphandling simulator is a system which allows executing to maneuver and handle a ship in all conditions, so to realize every kind of training session.
The simulator enables an accurate replication of handling characteristics of vessels ranging from VLCCs to small patrol craft. Night and day light operations can be simulated in a wide variety of geographic locations and other sea areas can be constructed to meet requirements. The instructor station allows the instructor to set up, design and modify exercise and to control and monitor exercises.
Modern navigation systems implemented on the Bridge include an ARPA/Radar multifunction displays, and Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS), all meeting the latest International Maritime Regulations.