Passage Planning to perfection
Our award-winning Passage Planning module transforms administration for bridge officers, automating processes, easing workloads and opening up a new age of efficiency, safety and simplicity.
New features - now better than ever!
New updates in the Passage Plan Module:
Passage Plan updated to meet the latest industry compliance standards
More automation and auto-calculations
Flexible print options - select pages to print
Improved Under Keel Clearance and Overhead Clearance calculations.
Improved document design
Allowance for revising and updating approved Passage Plan schemes.
More data utilization of data layers (e.g., Tidal information, Time zones, ENC charts, Load lines, Ports database)
Optimized/enhanced utilization of tidal data and "ports extended" data in your passage plan document.
More detailed Vessel particulars for more advanced calculation sets.
NAVTOR makes passage planning easy. By automatically gathering all relevant navigational information (such as ENC cells, journey waypoints, ETD and ETAs etc.) in one place, it eliminates the need for manual inputs and guards against human error. Excel sheets, hours of work and endless calculations become obsolete, leaving officers with time for key operational tasks while saving countless person-hours across entire fleets.
Developed in collaboration with leading shipowners, with years of research and refinement,
NAVTOR’s Passage Planning module marks a step-change in administration and efficiency.
Plan a better way with NAVTOR.
Save hours of workload with the PP module
• A real impact on day to day operations
• Eliminate hours of administrative workload
• Automatic logging & calculations
• Cut the paperwork
• Digital safety check of all waypoints
• Fully secured from berth to berth
• Always compliant and ready for inspection
• Cleared for departure
The feedback from our vessels is very good, especially about the Passage Planning module, which makes life easier on board. We haven´t got any observations on the NAVTOR system from Vetting or PSC due to the Passage Planning module.
Ståle Torsvik, Rederi Stenersen