Press Release: Norwegian Cruise Line chooses Brookes Bells Safe Return to Port solution
Brookes Bell, the leading international multi-disciplinary marine, scientific and technical consultancy, has been contracted by Norwegian Cruise Line to deliver its innovative software solution SRtP Onboard™ across the Breakaway Plus class of vessels.
The software was installed on the newly launched Norwegian Cruise Line ship, Norwegian Encore in December 2019 including the delivery of training to all crew involved. The software will be rolled out across other vessels including the Norwegian Escape, Norwegian Bliss and Norwegian Joy by summer 2020.
The full press release can be downloaded as a PDF above.
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