Maritime and Marine

Systems and tools for marine training, planning and emergency response.


The engagement and learning advantages of hands-on tools for illustration, demonstration and practice are highly suited to maritime and marine training. Understanding the essential messages conveyed by the position, colour, shape and presence of top-marks on buoys – and the corresponding action required for navigation are best learned and practiced through table-top simulation.

Similarly, using models and props to demonstrate and practice the “rules of the road” designed to avoid collision at sea provides an engaging and versatile tool that is applicable over a range of abilities and experience.

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