Hello Boaters, Many of you have been asking for a (Windows) downloadable version that runs independent from the internet. Click on the link below to download a .zip file to your favorite directory, unzip the file, and click on TheBoatDocker.exe. Please let me know how this works for you. theboatdocker.zip
Hello Boaters, Thanks to Alexander’s suggestion, we just added a “Moving Boat” to the menu. In this scenario, a moving boat moves from right to left and the pilot of this boat doesn’t stop for anyone or anything! Enjoy
Thanks to a suggestion by Alexander, there is now a visual wash with the thrusters. Happy Boating
Thanks to a suggestion from Ian, there is a new feature to position or reposition the boat when the simulator is STOPPED! Click on the boat to drag it anywhere on the screen (if you drag it out of bounds, nothing will work properly) and click on the wheel to change the heading of the […]
Thanks to Ian’s suggestions, the North Facing Dock has a new look – Please check it out.
Hello Boaters, TheBoatDocker has a new look. Please let us know if you like it. TheBoatDocker Group p.s. There are many changes to many pages so if it does not work at first, refresh your browser in two different places: First refresh it at the opening menu page and then refresh it again at the […]
Hello Boaters, To all who use the man overboard dock configuration for training, it has been modified so that the “man overboard” is now on the move. Click anywhere on the screen and the man will slowly move toward that click. As always, please let us know if this works for you! TheBoatDocker Team
We have just released a new version of the BoatDocker. Many of the changes are behind the scenes and we believe there are several subtle performance improvements. As always, please let us know how it works for you. TheBoatDocker Team
Kevin suggested we add the appearance of a rudder in the Twin Engine inboard version. It helps during the training process.
Thanks to your suggestions, we have modified the tonnage selection so that heavier boats are now longer and wider. Let us know what you think.