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Deep Blue upgrades yacht-management software

Yacht management software company Deep Blue announced an upgrade to Deep Blue V2.2.

Yacht management software company Deep Blue announced an upgrade to Deep Blue V2.2.

The new version includes three additional modules: Maritime Labor Convention (MLC2006/2013), Maintenance and Log book. Launched in 2013, Deep Blue software is designed to facilitate communication between yachts, management companies and owners to relieve captains and crewmembers from the daily administrative workload, according to the company.

Click here for the specifics on the update.

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