“We switched to paperless engine logbooks here on SILJA SYMPHONY from 1 June and feel that this is a good step towards even more modern and digitalised operations as well as our overall sustainability goal of going paperless. In general, we see that a digital log has both pros and cons, although the pros clearly outweigh the cons. For example, the electronic Oil Record Book (ORB) is clearly better than the paper equivalent, both in legibility and in the ease of getting it signed by the Master. All in all, I feel that the implementation of the new digital logbook has been going well and the customer support during the process has been excellent!” – Marcus Åkerholm, Chief Engineer of SILJA SYMPHONY, said.
Tallink is already trialling the nauticAi logbooks also on its vessel BALTIC PRINCESS already and plans to roll out the digital solution across its fleet in the near future.
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