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Isle of Man Steam Packet Company installs NAPA digital systems to boost safety and efficiency of flagship ferry

Next-generation stability, emergency, e-logbook and fleet intelligence systems will enhance safety and optimize operations on critical passenger ferry service.  Helsinki, Finland, 14 January 2024: The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, the provider of ferry services to and from the Isle of Man, has installed and completed final inspection of NAPA’s full suite of stability […]

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NAPA Safety Summit 2024

Navigating new tides of ship safety, efficiency, and sustainability together. Join us for another insightful and collaborative NAPA Safety Summit 2024, scheduled to take place in another Fantastic Finland location — the Lake District of Finland – Saimaa. Mark your calendars for 10-12 June 2024, and contribute to building the roadmap for a safer, greener, […]

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Royal Caribbean cruise: Leveraging NAPA’s ship stability data on the cloud

How the largest cruise company in the world is using NAPA’s next-gen ship stability management system and simulations to enhance cruise safety and efficiency decisions – both onboard and onshore.     We interviewed Matthew Pickett, Manager, Maritime Safety Compliance at Royal Caribbean Group earlier this year at NAPA Safety Summit 2023 on how the largest and […]

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Four ship operators share how electronic logbooks have eased their operations

Dive deeper into NAPA Logbook for passenger ships: The proof is in the pudding: A great discussion took place between our leading passenger ship customers at our NAPA Safety Summit last February. Pasi Väänänen of Finnlines, was then seeking tools to go paperless, queried the effectiveness of NAPA Logbook and its impact on crew workloads.We couldn’t have said better […]

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Beyond Fuel Reduction: Sustainable and Efficient Ferry Operations Without Losing Sight of Safety

How digital tools and data can help operators to predict, test, plan and even make strategic decisions to sail safety, more efficiently and sustainably . During “Optimizing Operations and Safety” at the 47th Interferry Conference 2023, our Account Director for Ferry & RoPax Business, Tuomas Häkkinen spoke about “Beyond Fuel Reduction: Sustainable and Efficient Ferry Operations […]

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More robust solution to mitigate flooding risks

NAPA’s innovation for the EU-funded FLARE project improves flooding-related situational awareness onboard passenger ships and further advances emergency support systems to avert casualties. Watch video: Every year more than 100 million passengers travel by ship, making calls to European Union ports, and enjoying the allure of the open seas. And accidents are exceedingly rare — […]

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Enabling safer voyages with ​ship data and cloud connectivity

For a successful green transition, voyage safety and sustainability must go hand-in-hand. At International Maritime Organization’s 107th Maritime Safety Committee meeting, Jussi Siltanen, our Go-to-market Lead, presented on “Enabling safer voyages with data and cloud connectivity”. Ensuring there is no trade-off between these priorities, Jussi explains how greater ship data collection and sharing are allowing […]

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NAPA and Simwave partner to improve access to stability training for seafarers and ship operators

The new agreement between safety software expert and maritime training leader will help make critical stability training more accessible and convenient, supporting shipping safety in a fast-evolving technology environment.  Helsinki (Finland) and Rotterdam (Netherlands), 06 June 2023: NAPA, a global provider of maritime software and data services, has announced a partnership with Simwave, a leading maritime […]

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NAPA Safety Summit 2023: Forging the future of cruise ship safety together

A cross-industry forum to build a safer, greener and more efficient cruise industry. Collaboration has been a key theme in the shipping industry for a few years now. In the run-up to net-zero emissions, in fact, it has become absolutely essential. It is clear shipping needs to collaborate more and create partnerships not only within […]

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Shipping’s safer route to decarbonization

Why ship safety and efficiency must work in tandem to win the race to net zero. Shipping has come a long way from the safety horror stories, and the number of maritime incidents has decreased steadily in the past few decades. Yet, future fuels, carbon-capturing and new technologies needed for the race towards zero-carbon demand new […]

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