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Marine Press proudly announces that adoption of SeaPassage, its latest back-of-bridge e-Navigation platform, has just crossed the 1,000th ship threshold.
The 1,000th ship to set sail with SeaPassage, the Federal Spey, is managed by Anglo-Eastern, who recently adopted the e-Navigation platform on all vessels under their management. Marine Press staff was on board to set up the software and to commemorate the occasion with Federal Spey Master Sohal Isran Singh, Chief Officer Panda Mukul, Navigation Officer Bohra Deepak Singh and Second Officer Alwin Jayaraj David Living Stone.
"It's clear that Marine Press actually pays attention to what matters to mariners," explains Bohra Deepak Singh, Navigation Officer on board the Federal Spey. "The ease of use and intuitiveness of the platform has really made the transition to SeaPassage easy for us. It just takes a few clicks to do what used to take multiple software to do."
"The rate at which SeaPassage is being adopted is simply fantastic," says Jean-Francois Drolet, VP Global Sales and Marketing. "Mariners around the world are validating the direction we've taken with our latest technology. We are working closely with mariners globally to make sure that Marine Press continues to be their go-to for all of their navigation solutions. Today, we are celebrating the great momentum created by SeaPassage."
Click here to learn more about the Anglo-Eastern and Marine Press SeaPassage announcement.
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