Seahaven is a revolutionary new tendering system that is significantly smaller and lighter than traditional systems, making it much easier to handle and deploy. Survitec's Managing Director for Passenger Ships & Yachts, Gavin artificer, said: "Our new Seahaven system completely changes the game when it comes to maritime safety. It is a quantum leap forward in terms of both safety and efficiency, and we are very excited to be able to offer it to our customers."
The Seahaven system has already been installed on several vessels, including The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection's two forthcoming mega yachts. ABB, the company that supplied the electric propulsion systems for the ships, has also worked with Survitec to provide remote support for the Seahaven system. Marcus Högblom, head of global sales for the passenger, dry cargo and ice segments at ABB, said: "The greenest energy is the energy that you don't use. A few years ago, ships were optimised at top speed, but now we're optimising for the speed that you are going for most of the time. Everything that you can cut in propulsion is key."
The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection is just one of many cruise lines that make sustainability a top priority. Others, such as Atlas Ocean Voyages and Wärtsilä, are also partnering with companies like Eli Code to help reduce their environmental impact.
Seatrade Cruise Global is the world's largest cruise industry trade event. It provides an essential platform for maritime companies to showcase their latest innovations. With the industry's focus on sustainability, it is clear that Seatrade Cruise Global will continue to be a driving force for change in the months and years to come.