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Caribbean Maritime Institute orders VSTEP simulators

VSTEP announced that it has secured a contract with the Caribbean Maritime Institute to equip its new simulation centre in Kingston (Jamaica). The Rotterdam-based company says that it will deliver all simulator solutions for the facility, including a NAUTIS Full Mission Bridge Simulator and a Class C Engine Room Simulator.

The Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI) also ordered classroom setups for both NAUTIS desktop trainers and NAUTIS engine room desktop trainers, says VSTEP.

The new high tech simulation centre will provide training of maritime students and professionals alike in ship-handling, collision avoidance, engine room procedures and operations, as well as ECDIS, Radar/ARPA, AIS and other navigational aids, explains the developer of simulators.

The facility will also be quipped with VSTEP RescueSim virtual incident management simulators for realistic training of maritime incidents.

“The purchase of these simulators will solidify our position as the simulator centre of the Caribbean,” said Fritz Pinnock, director of the CMI.

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