The simulator has a 240° horizontal field of view and is compliant with the requisite Class A DNV Standards for Certification. VSTEP says it will allow the academy to expand its training curriculum with IMO and DNV certified simulator training courses.
"We are proud to be working with one of the leading official maritime academies in the region,” says Robin Lim, business development manager, VSTEP Asia Pacific.
“The new NAUTIS DNV Class A simulators will provide the academy students with a realistic, highly efficient training solution that allows them to immerse, prepare and learn in full compliance with maritime regulations. Our engineers will deliver and install the simulator in April 2015 and will be working closely together with the Cirebon Academy Staff."
The Maritime Academy of Cirebon, known in the region as the AMC, was founded in 1986 to educate and train high school graduates to be officers and harbour cruise professionals.