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Merchant Deep-sea Vessels


For managers and ship owners it is becoming increasingly important to provide the best possible working and leisure time environment onboard their vessels. BazePort Seea is built specifically for this purpose, and is an offline entertainment system that streams movies, news and information. 



The Wallenius Wilhelmsen group is a market leader in roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) shipping and vehicle logistics, managing the distribution of cars, trucks, rolling equipment and breakbulk to customers all over the world. The company operates around 125 vessels servicing 15 trade routers to six contintents, a global inland distribution network, 66 processing centers and eight marine terminals.

Wallenius Wilhelmsen are revolutionizing onboard communication across their fleet of 83 RoRo vessels through integrating Microsoft Power Bi with the Bazeport Seea Information and Entertainment System. This will enhance data sharing and corporate communication efficiency to mirror onshore office interactions.



Headquartered in Haugesund, Norway and with more than 120 years of experience Knutsen Group is known for being in the forefront of maritime technological developments – particularly in the shuttle tanker segment. Knutsen is undertaking the commercial and technical management of all shuttle tankers, FSO’s, LNG carriers and the Product/Chemical tankers. Knutsen has also crewing, administrative support functions and newbuilding supervision. 

Knutsen fleet have installed the offline VOD solution BazePort Seea on LNG Carriers and Shuttle tankers.

The crew gets the latest movies and series every month, as well as daily news, podcasts and a fully integrated infotainment system, which increases the internal Communication on board. All content can easily be watched at their own smartphone, tablet or in their common TV area.


Berge Bulk

A total of 63 Berge Bulk vessels are equipped with the entertainment and information system for vessels, BazePort Seea.

The crew uses their own personal device to watch films, news, listen to podcast and read important messages from their colleagues onshore.

Each installation has a set-top box for the TV-set included to boost crew welfare and let the crew socialize on their spare time.

See how Berge Bulk used an award-winning documentary to promote their food waste campaign. 


Flex LNG

Flex LNG is an emerging leader in LNG Shipping with a focus on LNG Carriers and FSRUs (Floating Storage Regasification Units).

The entire fleet of Flex LNG, a total of 13 vessels, will now be equipped with the ship entertainment and information system BazePort Seea.

The crew will be able to watch blockbuster films, TV-series and news, as well as listen to podcasts. All content can be accessed from their own smartphone or tablet, or from the TV's in the lounge areas. The BazePort Seea setup also includes an Information Portal for ship owners and vessel managers to share information, allowing the crew to always be up-to-date on health & safety measures. 



Headquartered in Bergen, Norway, The Westfal-Larsen group is a family-owned maritime transportation company that can trace its roots back to 1905. The main business activities are in the chemical transportation and the specialised dry cargo shipping segments.

A total of 16 vessels from Westfal-Larsens fleet have installed the offline VOD solution BazePort Seea.

The crew is now getting the latest films every month, new series every quarter, as well as daily news. All content can be watched at their own smartphone or tablet, or from the TV's in the lounge areas. 

crew welfare

65% of Berge Bulks crew members report that they use BazePort Seea daily, and 90% use it every week, 

Berge Bulk

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