Hunter Oceanic’s yacht maintenance software, Seahub now comes in a plug-and-play demo account giving users an opportunity to see the platforms entire functionality- risk free.

The development team have produced an account which has been pre populated by yachting professionals with all the typical data you would expect to see from a vessel utilizing all available modules.

The design of the demo allows an interested user to request a set of logins and receive a link to their own personal account. From here, a user can sign off due maintenance tasks, view overdue tasks, view and adjust inventory levels, search contacts database and much more.  A hands on approach to the demo is strongly suggested by Director, Matthew Hyde

 “The beauty of providing a demo account to users is they can experience first hand how easy it is the navigate”.

Hyde goes on to explain how Seahub can be deployed onto vessels which currently uses a form of maintenance scheduling and how the importation of historical data is achieved, “It’s important we give our customers options understanding that no two vessels are the same.  To streamline the importation process, we offer an onsite managed solution whereby we will attend a vessel, regardless of its location, and physically import historical data and current maintenance schedules on behalf of the vessel, often in conjunction with the Chief Engineer, Captain or crew member. Alternatively, a remote set up is available where the importation is completed off site, on behalf of the vessel”.


Hunter Oceanic has invested in local, highly skilled developers who continue to drive its development. “ We have a great team behind us with our project manager having over a decades worth of experience developing industry leading platforms.  Due to the scale and skill level of our development team, we respond quickly to user feedback and have the ability to provide custom ad-hoc development as required”.

Seahub currently offers Maintenance, Equipment, Contacts, Inventory, Warranty, Fluid Analysis and Documents modules with Projects set for release in early 2017.

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