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Seafront: Vessels Enhanced AI and Global Shipping!

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Coming July 2021!

I am really looking forward to these.

I hope we will be able to land with helicopters on cargo ships as it is not the case with the current Global AI Ship Traffic.

Seafront Simulations is going in the right direction by developping global addons and not just regional ones!

https://seafrontsims.com/

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This looks great 


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I see they have a few other interesing ones coming too.  The Balearic sounds good.

I've used their free channel Islands version of a few times and it is very good.


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I am curious to see if the cargo models will be as accurate as the current Global AI Ship Traffic

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2 hours ago, Noooch said:

I hope we will be able to land with helicopters on cargo ships as it is not the case with the current Global AI Ship Traffic.

I believe there is a technical limitation preventing that right now, so probably not.

I’m going to guess that it will be fixed with the Top Gun update in November. If the aircraft carrier is similar to the FSX ones.

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8 minutes ago, steve310002 said:

Apart from having accurate detailed models, I hope they will add the new wake effects.

they confirmed on Facebook that their ships will have wakes in SU5

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I wonder if they were able to overcome the limitation that basically all ships are rendered at sea level, no matter how high up above sea level the actual water surface is, resulting in having no visible ship traffic on any water surface being above sea level more than 30-40ft... I guess no...

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19 minutes ago, AnkH said:

I wonder if they were able to overcome the limitation that basically all ships are rendered at sea level, no matter how high up above sea level the actual water surface is, resulting in having no visible ship traffic on any water surface being above sea level more than 30-40ft... I guess no...

What about below sea level, as in The Caspian Sea which is 28m below sea level?


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8 minutes ago, eaim1973 said:

What about below sea level, as in The Caspian Sea which is 28m below sea level?

If the same logic applies, they should float 28m above Caspian Sea level. 


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12 minutes ago, AnkH said:

If the same logic applies, they should float 28m above Caspian Sea level. 

Flying ships.... cool.


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I own their freeware offer, and purchased the payware one. The quality is there. They seem to know what they are doing and the price of the payware was beyond reasonable. I've seen their communication on Reddit. They seem like decent dudes who are not shilling a cash grab product. Decent people, and their two products so far were exactly as they described them to be and perfect. 

As a gigantic skeptic of newcomers to payware riding the wave of MSFS.. They pass my "smell test"

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How is this different from the freeware Henrik Nielsen (sp?) Ships package?


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4 minutes ago, ryanbatcund said:

How is this different from the freeware Henrik Nielsen (sp?) Ships package?

From my perspective. The free "Global AI Ship Traffic MSFS V1" package while great, was operating on a hobbyist level.. And let's face it, hasn't been touched since March. 

These guys seem to have an actual budget, and development plan and no offense to the freeware. Better artists and developers. 

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