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UK-based DG MAritime has created an app to supply official paper chart corrections. Designed by mariners, the app allows charts to be maintained via compatible tablets.

It offers flag state-compliant reports on demand, access to current and historical weekly Notice to Mariners, and allows companies managing a fleet to see the live status of the chart outfit on vessels to better prepare for audits.

It has been approved by the UK Hydrographic Office for the provision of official Admiralty corrections.

The company is offering a 30-day free trial. Subscriptions cost 650 pounds a year. For more information, visit dgmaritime.com or https://vascoapp.co

 

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