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 1 
 on: September 08, 2017, 15:46:24 
Started by Gwhaarmann - Last post by Gwhaarmann
Thank You Angus,  I will cease looking now.  Thanks again for reminding me that I DO have SSE. I will have to refamiliarize myself.
Cheers

 2 
 on: September 08, 2017, 10:59:48 
Started by Gwhaarmann - Last post by Traddles
Hi  Gwhaarmann,
I think it is possible that you already have Ship Simulator Extremes, that is, if I have checked your last posts correctly. Undecided If that is the case, then I'm sad to say there have been no further additions to the games. Sadly Vstep have ceased all work on the games and now concentrate solely on "Nautis, the professional version for commercial users and marine training establishments.

Angus.

 3 
 on: September 07, 2017, 19:08:41 
Started by Gwhaarmann - Last post by Gwhaarmann
Been away a long time!!!  What is the latest Ship Simulator on the market.
I have enjoyed SS2008 but like to keep current

Thanks

 4 
 on: September 06, 2017, 16:16:41 
Started by whitestarline1912 - Last post by MokMok
hi angus

nice to read this still somebody sailing on 2008 and sse
a small group of dutch people are playing still 2008and sse
its a pitty that vstep stoppet the game
we have still a loot of fun with a small group of players

grtz cor of dutch shipsim

What's the website of the Dutch ShipSim group?

I often play SSE 2010 on the MP servers offered by StormForce. It would be great that other players also run their own public MP servers, whether S08 or SSE2010.

 5 
 on: September 06, 2017, 14:32:08 
Started by whitestarline1912 - Last post by emmer
hi angus

nice to read this still somebody sailing on 2008 and sse
a small group of dutch people are playing still 2008         and sse
its a pitty that vstep stoppet the game
we have still a loot of fun with a small group of players

nogmaals jammer dat er aan sse niks meer gedaan wordt


grtz cor of dutch shipsim

 6 
 on: September 06, 2017, 14:30:44 
Started by whitestarline1912 - Last post by emmer
hi angus

nice to read this still somebody sailing on 2008 and sse
a small group of dutch people are playing still 2008and sse
its a pitty that vstep stoppet the game
we have still a loot of fun with a small group of players


grtz cor of dutch shipsim

 7 
 on: September 05, 2017, 18:31:35 
Started by julianpe - Last post by LucAtC
Hello Julian,

Ship Simulator Professional is derived from Ship Simulator 2006, not 2008. It had indeed a serial interface.

Ship Simulator Pro 2008 has not been distributed and is in fact the original Nautis software, derived from 2008 with rather large improvements in the software, but still with the 2008 arcade parameters of the ship dynamics. I imagine you were part of the initial group of testers/moderators (or some family member perhaps?). Adding a bow thruster to a ship is rather easy, but the 2008 water resistances of the ships are not aligned, as if the water viscosity was not only specific to each ship but also much too high. Because of this, masses, mass moments of inertia and thrusts are inconsistent to achieve the guessed ship movements.

Nevertheless, it was eventually assumed that the core program was good enough to be developed and later marketed to become a first rate bridge simulator, no longer as a game. That is why there was no Ship Simulator Pro 2008, and it evolved under the name Nautis after major changes as you can imagine, but not so much graphically due to the video cards limitations at that time.

Simultaneously, Ship Simulator Extremes was developed, while sharing evidently common development features, but focused on the gameplay (de gustibus non disputandum est), adjusting and testing/checking the hydrodynamics of the ships as a model, but disallowing any possibility to compete with Nautis : No wind forces, no tidal streams, no elaborate shallow waters effects, no.. no.. no... no serial I/O. Schade.

As you see, there are not many possibilities to implement an NMEA interface to SSE, buying VStep Nautis (easy and not cheap but worth its price) is one, deriving by yourself an NMEA interface from the multiplayer connection if such thing is possible (I think so, but it would be uneasy).

There is also vShip, who boasts "unmatched visual realism" and "advanced physics simulation", "NMEA, AIS, ECDIS, GPX compatible", perhaps pricey and limited, eventually other simulators.

If your question is about some nautical happening demo, you should investigate the issue with VStep, I can imagine that advertising Nautis with a boat/nautical equipment could be solved satisfactorily.

Anyway, good luck

Luc

 8 
 on: September 05, 2017, 12:41:16 
Started by julianpe - Last post by julianpe
*push*

Maybe someone has an idea?

 9 
 on: September 03, 2017, 08:33:45 
Started by JocK69 - Last post by JocK69
Oh dear, I'm sorry, my check up was not thorough enough. What I found when I Googled it was a video, (very poor quality) taken from SS2008!
I'm getting too old and decrepit now.

Regards,
Angus.

Your are only as old, if you feel that way, Angus. Hey take care, O.K!

 10 
 on: September 02, 2017, 22:10:33 
Started by JocK69 - Last post by Traddles
Oh dear, I'm sorry, my check up was not thorough enough. What I found when I Googled it was a video, (very poor quality) taken from SS2008!
I'm getting too old and decrepit now.

Regards,
Angus.

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