Getting out on the water can be very confusing and dangerous without access to proper information and guidance. Since the arrival of the iPhone, marine apps and navigation companies have tried to digitize traditional charts and put them on mobile phones. While this is useful for experienced navigators, the reality is that reading nautical charts with confidence and applying knowledge frequently is required to make correct waterway decisions, and many people lack this experience and fluency. We don’t have time to build. We set out to reimagine what boating apps should be, empowering everyday boaters to stay safe and informed on the water with tools and information that improve their situational awareness. increase. The result is a product that everyone, at any skill level, can use freely on any ship. It is a product that helps the majority of seafarers who operate smaller vessels, often without on-board systems.
https://www.newcastleherald.com.au/story/7900530/deckee-founder-mike-mckiernan-says-an-equity-crowdfunding-campaign-makes-sense-for-the-boating-app/?src=rss Boating app Deckee launches an equity crowdfunding campaign as it looks to the global market.newcastle herald