We are proud to announce the completion of our simulator upgrade and the launch of Ship Handling Simulator 2 here at MTC. With three bridges offering 270 degree views, the latest Wärtsilä PLATINUM technology and the ability to simulate virtually any ship type, our new simulator doubles our training capacity and improves the quality of our training course.
Freelancer Since our early beginnings in 2009 we trust in the experience of freelancing instructors. Due to general redundancy and the evolvement of the market we are always looking for new freelancing instructors. At the moment we are especially looking for technical instructors (CoC holders preferred) and instructors who are experienced with the IGF Code […]
Zurück Weiter Towing Techniques – Stability Stormy weather in our ship handling simulator. For our training “Towing Techniques – Stability” we simulate strong waves with storm and current for more than one year. The participants – masters and helmsmen – practice to handle their tugs in potential dangerous situations during bad weather. Before the participants start to […]
Zurück Weiter Simulator Upgrade The next simulator upgrade has been realized successfully by our project manager Andreas Hartmann and his team. Thank you for your great effort, Andreas.Our radar simulator bridges have received a 120° visual system. They are now part of our ship handling simulator environment and will be used for ship handling and […]
Simulator Upgrade 2019 New Year – New Equipment. During the first two weeks of this year we have modified our ship handling simulator. We have equipped two bridges with Wärtsilä SAM Electronics PLATINUM systems and one bridge with brand new monitors to grant high professional BRM and Ship Handling Training in the future. Additionally we […]
Modernization of The Shiphandling Simulator During July 2016 MTC has undertaken a major upgrade of the shiphandling simulator. In December 2015 MTC and Rheinmetall Defence Electronics in Bremen signed a contract to install the new simulator model ANS 6000. After a delivery time of 6 months the new hardware and software, all instructor and debriefing […]
Visit of Panama Canal Pilots Upon commissioning of the new locks of the Panama Canal as well as widening the navigation channel, Post Panamax Vessels with a beam of 49 m are allowed to pass the Canal. Not only Container Ships with a capacity of 14.000 TEU, but also Tankers and LNG vessels will take […]
New Jumbos to arrive to Hamburg The Port of Hamburg is preparing itself for the next generation of container ships. From 2015 a new class of vessels with a capacity of up to 19.000 Containers will come to Hamburg. These vessels measuring 400 m in length and 59 m in breath are considered to be […]