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Nautical Training Software for your PC

Marine Radar, VHF Radio, GPS Navigation, Navigation Buoys or Vessel Lights Training - We offer PC software to build your knowledge and confidence on the water. Select any program below for more details. The Books button offers boating books for when you cannot use a PC. The Free Content tab will lead you to a wealth of useful online training facilities.

GPS Navigation Tutor

Get the best from GPS
Avoid the pitfalls
Navigate more efficiently
GPS Tutor - More Info
GPS Navigation Tutor CD

Radar Training Simulator

Build your confidence
Gain hands-on experience
Realistic radar simulation
Radar Simulator - More Info
Marine Radar Simulator CD

VHF DSC Radio Simulator

Pass your VHF SRC exam
As used in RYA sea schools
Practice every DSC alert
VHF DSC Simulator - More Info
VHF Radio Simulator CD

Vessel Lights & Buoys Tutor

Learn Col Regs vessel lights
plus all navigation buoys
with Interactive Simulators
Vessel Lights & Buoys - More Info
Vessel Lights and Buoys Training CD

Radar Plotting Tutor

Step-by-step guidance
Use radar to avoid collision
Assess relative motion
Radar Plotting Tutor - More Info
Radar Tutor CD

VHF DSC Radio Tutor

Learn marine VHF radio
Hear audio examples
Animated guidance
VHF DSC Radio Tutor - More Info
VHF DSC Radio Tutor CD
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Buy Boating Software with Confidence – Quality Interactive Software since 1991

Nautical is a trading name of the UK's leading producer of small-craft training software, established over 30 years ago. Many of the marine training programs on offer are used by sea schools and colleges throughout the UK and overseas. These boating education products have been regularly demonstrated at Boat Shows, RYA Instructor Conferences and other public events.

The parent company has been a Recognised Teaching Establishment for the Royal Yachting Association, a Full Member of the British Marine Federation, and of the British Marine Electronics Association. The Principal is a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Navigation.