Fremantle's practiced Prelude role: video

HR WALLINGFORD’s Australia Ship Simulation Centre in Fremantle was used to prepare tow masters, tug masters and pilots for the mammoth task of towing the world’s largest offshore facility ever built to Australian waters.

Fremantle's practiced Prelude role: video Fremantle's practiced Prelude role: video Fremantle's practiced Prelude role: video Fremantle's practiced Prelude role: video Fremantle's practiced Prelude role: video

Capt Mike Johnson, tug master, in the simulation centre training for the Prelude tow.

HRW, headquartered in Oxford in the UK, revealed this week that the centre in Perth's southern suburbs created an accurate and detailed navigation simulation of the 488m-long Prelude vessel for Shell.