Safety and regulatory compliance demand accurate calculations for metrics like vessel longitudinal strength and stability. Rely on LR SeaSafe to deliver this across design, operations and cargo planning for all types of vessels and offshore structures – from passenger ships, oil tankers and gas carriers to semi-submersibles and jack-up rigs.
What we offer
User-friendly and intuitive, LR SeaSafe makes critical data easy to retrieve, analyse and apply. It swiftly creates precise 3D vessel models, derives calculations and produces reports on a vessel or offshore structure’s attributes - ensuring designs and loading are completely compliant.
What are the benefits?
Powered by a common software engine, LR SeaSafe comes in two versions.
LR SeaSafe Professional helps designers, naval architects and shipbuilders rapidly create precise 3D vessel models, derive calculations and produce reports. It ensures designs comply with IMO and national regulations.
Generate manuals and T&S booklets in hours, not days. Build 3D wind models, produce KG/GM limit curves, estimate damage stability – its calculation and simulation capabilities are endless.
LR SeaSafe Onboard works with those 3D models to improve operational efficiency. Captains, officers and onshore staff use this intuitive and simple solution for loading, load planning and other compliance checks. Produce bespoke reports, comply with recent SOLAS loading instrument regulations or exchange data between vessel systems, onshore facilities and other LR software automatically.
Why choose LR?
We are the leading international provider of classification, compliance and consultancy services to the marine industry. Our products, services and digital innovation help clients design, construct and operate their assets to the highest levels of safety and performance.
Who we work with
We help businesses across dozens of sectors push forward and achieve like never before. How can we help you?
Running ferries safely on Scandlines’ challenging route.
Ferry operator Scandlines commissioned two new vessels to operate on a challenging route. Factors included high-traffic density, shallow waters, strong currents and the need to berth at a small port.
What we think
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