Singapore is cruising again. Dream Cruises' newest ship World Dream is beginning operations from Marina Bay this week, with Acutec Systems providing TV services.
Cruise Industry Posts
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Business (Almost) as Usual in Spain, Australia & Singapore
It's business (Almost) as Usual in Spain, Australia & Singapore
Glamour, Emotion & Engineering at a Tech Trade Show?
Glamour, emotion and engineering. These are three words which are rarely used together. But we were lucky enough to enjoy all three today at the fabulous Procella home theatre demo at Integrated Systems Engineering in Amsterdam.
World's Biggest AV Show ISE Moves to Barcelona
ISE, is the best way for yacht and cruise entertainment professionals to keep up-to-date on the future of technology at sea. And it's moving to Barcelona in 2021.
On the Front Line - Ship Satellite from the Ground Up
Watch a shiny new Sea Tel satellite antenna emerge from the dust of this old Singapore warehouse in this time lapse video shot by our field engineer Chris recently. The keen-eyed viewer will also spot the vintage gantry crane trundling overhead as it has done at Sembawang shipyard for approaching 90 years. From the early 1930s, long before the age of satellite communications, ...
Another dry-dock done - Tick!
It's a fantastic feeling when you see the cool seawater flood back into the dock and the caisson finally float away. This marks the end of three weeks of hot and dirty work for our team in Singapore. Well done guys - great work!
Ever wondered what's in a satellite dome?
Now you can find out with Cobham Satcom's new 3D catalogue app. Being 3D, you can pinch, pan and rotate your way to maritime satcom heaven with all your favourite ship satellite and radio products.
We Love Hearing About What Our Customers Do
One of the best things about working at Acutec Systems is our connection with the huge range of diverse and fascinating maritime projects our customers are involved with.
All Quiet in Rabaul
The last time I was here in Rabaul, Papua New Guinea commissioning a Sea Tel marine VSAT system, this beauty was erupting. It took us a bit longer than usual to figure out why we couldn't get the system on satellite.
Cruise Ships Provide Relief to Irma Victims
Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited have announced that they are cancelling or re-scheduling cruises in order to provide humanitarian assistance to victims of Hurricane Irma. Up to four vessels will be involved in providing supplies and transportation to affected areas including Saint Martin and South Florida. Majesty of the Seas is currently steaming towards Saint Thomas in the U ...