In 2004, when we set out to change the face of the maritime safety, innovation wasn’t the first word that came to mind. It was survival. Too many accidents involved injuries and fatalities, because of regulations dating back to innovation that happened following the wreckage of the Titanic. We watched our own perish in the stormy seas off the coast of Newfoundland, during the Ocean Ranger disaster. There had to be a better way to prepare for the worst – to be ready.

Since then, we have made over 2000 incremental improvements to our simulation systems, and we keep improving daily. We have helped regulatory bodies and flag states globally to implement and embrace the change that major Oil and Gas companies are requesting so they can increase competence and confidence in dangerous emergency situations. We incorporate science into advanced training systems to produce unique and memorable learning experiences. Being the first company to bring lifeboat simulation to the offshore oil and gas industry comes with a responsibility that we wear with pride.

We are Virtual Marine – Performance Simulation & Training.

Be Ready.

Georgian College Owen Sound campus

Great Lakes International Maritime Training and Research Centre (Georgian College), Ontario, Canada

Really pleased with the simulator. Easy to use and I think, a better learning experience than going down to the dock.

-Keith Filby, Georgian College


We are a trusted company which works hard to understand the exact needs of the industry to ensure that a high degree of operational preparedness is maintained. We specialize in producing simulation for offshore evacuations, high-speed navigation, and operations in ice-covered waters.

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Kasper Trager - Maersk

Maersk Training, Esjberg, Denmark

Some of the training delegates were a bit skeptical in the beginning but changed their minds quickly once they started the evacuation scenarios. A couple of the delegates had tried a freefall lifeboat in real exercises and were inclined to use the simulator instead.

-Kasper Trager, Maersk Training