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Seahub - Yacht Maintenance Software

Superyacht Management Software

Seahub, the flagship product of Hunter Oceanic, is an intuitive cloud-based yacht management software designed to improve reliability and safety for the global superyacht industry.
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Location Information

No 217
757 SE 17th Street
Fort Lauderdale
33316
USA

Regions Serviced

  • World Wide

Products / Services

  • Yacht Management Software
  • Maintenance Plans
  • Equipment Database
  • Inventory Database
  • Document Uploads
  • New Build Implementation

Description

Seahub is a planned maintenance system (PMS) designed for captains, engineers, management companies, brokers and owners who wish to collaborate vessel information and document processes to achieve a highly organised and efficient vessel.

Seahub digitalises many vessel processes that have historically relied on paper based record keeping, delivering critical information regarding the condition and performance of onboard equipment.

Beyond that, it’s a platform to manage in real time, vessel related projects, inventory, oil analysis programs, documents, warranties and contacts.

Seahub - intuitive cloud-based yacht management software

With six full time employees, two global partners (Singapore and France) and a further six contractors, our business is young and nimble. Our Australian based development team is at the forefront of our product innovation, boasting over two decades of experience in front end development and software engineering.

With headquarters in Newcastle, NSW and a sales office in Ft Lauderdale, Florida, Seahub is well positioned to continue to drive Australia as a technology hub and leader in software innovation.

Read an overview of the Seahub Yacht Maintenance Software written by ex-superyacht engineer Matt Hyde.

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Perspectives on Safety in Yachting: Engineering

Matt Hyde in the Engine Room
Technological advances in the marine sector can be attributed largely to commercial shipping which relies on operational efficiencies to maintain profits, driving innovation.

But the superyacht industry is notoriously slow to respond.
The construction of a new yacht often takes as long as 1-3 years so, by the time it is delivered, the technology onboard can be between 1-5 years old. Nonetheless, the last 20 years have produced significant advancements many of which have totally changed the yachting industry as we know it.
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