Digital Under Keel Clearance service undergoes testing

The service displays ‘no-go zones’ in red, to mark areas where it is unsafe to navigate The service displays ‘no-go zones’ in red, to mark areas where it is unsafe to navigate

The Efficiensea 2 project has begun tests of a new digital ‘Under Keel Clearance Service’ to support mariners in assessing the impact of tidal levels and weather on passage plans that include shallow water.

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