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Cruise company Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCC) has signed a deal with Navtor to install the NavBox solution across its entire fleet of 49 vessels.

Navtor launched NavBox in 2013. The solution automatically downloads, distributes and updates all vessel navigational charts and publications. That leads to cutted administration time, while ensuring the latest, compliant charts are always at hand the company stated.
NavBox, which complements Navtor’s range of established ENC-based services, is already proving popular with forward-thinking shipowners, with the RCC contract following on from recent fleet agreements with both DOF, Exmar and Stolt Tankers.

The full extent of the agreement with RCC covers the delivery of all official digital charts and publications to RCC vessels across the brands Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, TUI Cruises, Pullmantur, Azamara Club Cruises and Skysea. This includes the soon to launch »Symphony of the Seas«, which will hold the title of the world’s largest cruise ship when it embarks on its maiden voyage on 21 April 2018.