Make voyage estimations, check port positions and vessel routes on the world map, and calculate (S)ECA distance and LSFO/LSDO consumption separately.
- Netpas Estimator
- Version :3.2 Build 3218
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Seafuture Inc
Netpas Estimator Description
Netpas Estimator is an advanced software application whose purpose is to help you make voyage estimations, explore maps and perform various calculations.
User interface and exporting options
The GUI looks a bit overwhelming at a first glance but this is only because the utility bundles a wide range of configuration parameters. There’s support for video tutorials and a help manual that offer detailed information about the tool’s features.
You can keep track of different worksheets at the same time using the multi-tabbed layout. In addition, the utility lets you export the information to XLS or PDF file format, print it, or send it via email.
Management and calculation tools
Netpas Estimator gives you the possibility to provide details about the vessel, find country or port name, make use of the magnifier tool in order to get information about the vessel, and enter the departure date.
In addition, you are allowed to show the route on the map, get details about the distance, bunker, time and expense, work with a bunker simulator, as well as calculate LSDO/LSFO and FO/DO parameters.
The tool lets you input cargo details (quantity and freight) and insert additional commission, brokerage, freight tax, and linear terms. Plus, you can add bunker price and total price.
Netpas Estimator shows the (S)ECA distance and (S)ECA area on the map and offers you the freedom to compare the full speed to eco speed, change the vessel route on the map, work with several calculators (loadable, LT, laytime, CEV) and calculate port charge, and enable the anti-piracy route.
All things considered, Netpas Estimator provides a comprehensive suite of features for helping you carry out your voyage estimation, check port positions and vessel routes on the world map, and calculate (S)ECA distance and LSFO/LSDO consumption separately. On the downside, the GUI cannot be described as highly intuitive so you may need extra time in order to get used to working with it.