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NAPA Stability launched at Seatrade Cruise Global 2021

Welcome to hear about NAPA Stability – the next-generation stability management solution for passenger ships to the NAPA booth #2340 at Seatrade Cruise Global Expo 2021!   Read more about NAPA Stability and the NAPA Stability launch.

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NAPA launches a next-generation stability management solution for passenger ships

NAPA Stability will be deployed alongside the NAPA Fleet Intelligence cloud-based platform, enabling better communication and data sharing with shoreside teams. The new solution creates a multi-user environment to monitor real-time stability and safety conditions.  Helsinki, Finland, 27 September 2021 – NAPA, the leading maritime software, services, and data analysis provider, has announced the launch of the maritime […]

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At the helm with Tuomas Häkkinen, NAPA Stability and Safety Service Manager

NAPA Safety Solutions are unrivaled in technical capability, with the NAPA Loading Computer, NAPA Emergency Computer and NAPA Logbook leading in their respective sectors. As much as our products, however, our success is down to our people. With a genuine passion for the maritime industry and the NAPA brand, it is our people who go […]

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NAPA Safety Solutions – full steam ahead

By Jussi Siltanen, Senior Product Manager, NAPA Safety Solutions, NAPA Ltd. In addition to the hardships of 2020 – with COVID-19 impacting global supply chains, stalling crew changeovers, and halting passenger travel – we have also seen an industry showing great resilience, adaptability and a drive to return bigger and better. Digitising operations and adopting smart solutions to optimise vessels and […]

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The next generation of loading computer has arrived

By Markus Tompuri, Senior Technical Consultant, NAPA Safety Solutions, NAPA Ltd. There are currently four types of stability software, all of which have varying levels of capability. Type 1 has software that only calculates intact stability. Type 2 can calculate intact stability and check damage stability based on a limit curve (e.g. for vessels applicable […]

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Stability with NAPA

A series of live NAPA User Webinars took place on 9-10 June 2020. If you missed them, don’t miss the recordings! The webinar introduced the stability analysis workflow in NAPA, by applying the latest intact and damage stability regulations. Submit a form to get access to view the webinar recording By submitting the form I […]

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Windstar Cruises selects NAPA for stability management to maximize fleet safety

Helsinki, Finland – 9 April 2019 NAPA Loading Computer ensures optimal planning of stowage, cargo and ballast for market leader in small ship cruising NAPA, the leading maritime software, services and data analysis provider and Windstar Cruises, the market leader in small ship cruising, today announced that NAPA’s Loading Computer has been installed across its […]

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Stability as a service

By Lauri Pöyhönen and Petteri Vilanen, Safety Solutions, NAPA Ltd. The cruise industry is constantly expanding its itineraries, and there’s a constant competition to see who can go the furthest. The first expedition cruise was to Antarctica in 1966, but until relatively recently they were relatively rare. In part this was because they were usually no-frills […]

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How does NAPA act on your feedback?

Ship operations solutions and services Each year at NAPA, we reach out to all our customer contacts with a survey request to collect feedback. We want to listen to the experiences of all our end users, everybody that has been in touch with our Customer Service, or interacted with NAPA in any way – if […]

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Sink or swim: Safety at seas for passenger ships

by Jussi Siltanen, NAPA Safety Solutions How would your passengers feel if they knew you were only doing the legal minimum to keep them safe at sea? It’s an age-old question about responsibility, and one which should challenge assumptions about the way in which a business is run. Should we expect our ships and crews […]

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