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Maritime Simulation
and Resource Centre

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The Maritime Simulation and Resource Centre (MSRC) is a leader in training and development, and holds unique expertise in navigational safety in North America.

It is open to all members of the maritime community, whether for training, professional development or the validation of economic development projects. It offers a stimulating work environment and an atmosphere conducive to learning and the exchange of knowledge.

As a component of the Corporation of Lower St. Lawrence Pilots (CLSLP), the Centre’s mission is to ensure training for apprentice pilots and development programs for CLSLP pilots in all aspects of piloting within their district. The MSRC also offers development courses for pilots from other piloting districts and welcomes other professional navigators who wish to learn new techniques or upgrade their skills.


Internationally Recognized Expertise

The MSRC’s reputation is built on the strategic advantage it has gained from the experience of its resources, combined with its state-of-the-art multidisciplinary navigation simulator.

Simulator experience enables participants to:

  Manoeuvre in a range of geographical areas using an assortment of vessel models, all equipped with modern navigational instruments;
  Interact with other vessels (up to 300 in each exercise);
  Navigate in conditions affecting ship-handling:
  Currents
  Winds
  Bank effects
  Squat effects
  Tidal effects
  Reduced visibility caused by fog, rain, etc.; and
  Perform complex manoeuvres with or without tugs.
 
  Consult our corporate documents :

The Maritime Simulation and Resource Centre (2.2 Mo)
 
MSRC brochure (600 Ko)
 
Pilot Training
 
Port Development and Maritime Simulation (950 Ko)
 
MSRC Tug Simulators (515 Ko)
 
 
 
     
     
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