Borealis Navigation Simulator

Borealis was the worlds first PC-based simulator for radar navigation training.  

It has been developed through many stages and both smaller desktop solutions and full bridge setups are installed throughout the world.

A training system for navigators can consist of various simulator modules, depending on the specific training objective, the trainees’ level of competence and the number of trainees that shall attend the training course.

There are obvious differences on ratings training at a maritime school and training of experienced professionals. Therefore our customers can choose the modules needed according to their curriculum and to either have a general system or various degrees of customization.

  • Full customization
  • 40° to full 360° view
  • Many ship models
  • Many sailing areas
  • Accurate ship physics
Visual & Ship controls

Generic Vessel

There are many options for setting up a simulator system for bridge training. You can equip the bridge for a specific vessel type or you can choose consoles and displays that will fit various types of vessels. The visual system can be from a single channel 40 degree view to full 360 degrees.

When you change e.g from a vessel with one engine to a twin engine vessel the repeater displays and instruments change accordingly. The Poseidon Digital Repeater (PDR) system allows for instruments and repeaters according to the mathematical ship model, placed wherever you want on the bridge, in the size you want.

STCW Compliant

This setup is STCW compliant and suitable for ECDIS training according to IMO Model Course 1.27 and general Radar/ARPA training according to IMO Model Course 1.07. The visual system also allows for general navigation training/rules of the road.