OneOcean’s Chief Executive Officer, Martin Taylor comments:

OneOcean’s Chief Executive Officer, Martin Taylor, added: “It is an honour to be a Patron for the Ocean Geographic Society and we look forward to working with their expert team over the next three years. OneOcean is committed to protecting the natural environment through digital solutions: our unitary platform includes a variety of tools to accomplish that, such as EnviroManager, which instructs ships, superyachts and cruise liners in how to discharge contaminated waste correctly and safely, wherever they are in the world.

He continued: “Our e-navigation solutions also help to optimise waste and fuel handling, such as when switching from high to low sulphur fuel. E-navigation tools provide crews with relevant information in real time so that they are within the correct boundaries and not causing any damage to protected areas such as coral reefs or other sensitive ecosystems. OneOcean’s support of the Ocean Geographic Society helps us to work together within different operations in our mission to protect the environment.”


About OneOcean

OneOcean was formed following the merger of ChartCo and Marine Press, and is now the largest single digital solutions company in the maritime industry. By providing innovative and integrated software solutions designed specifically for onboard and shoreside teams, the business supports nearly 20,000 vessels in their regulatory compliance and navigational activities.
OneOcean applications enable crews to effortlessly stay abreast of regional, national and international environmental regulations, all from one convenient and comprehensive source. OneOcean is committed to helping crews and management companies fulfil their environmental compliance and navigational mandates simply and effectively, in both the shipping and superyacht sectors.


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