SeaFront Simulations Announces Vessels: The Hawaiian Islands

SeaFront Simulations next add-on aims to enhance the maritime traffic in the Hawaiian region.

Posted: 27-Sep-2022 @ 18:40z

Developer SeaFront Simulations, known for many add-ons enhancing the maritime traffic in Microsoft Flight Simulator, has announced a new add-on: Vessels: The Hawaiian Islands. As the name might suspect, this add-on aims to improve the maritime traffic around the islands of Hawaii. Featuring leisure boats, including sailing yachts and motorboats, as well as luxurious super yachts, SeaFront Simulations will bring a new level of life and immersion to this region. Furthermore, with Hawaii being the home of the US Navy Pacific Fleet, naval maritime traffic has received extra attention. A wide array of warships can be found in and around the Hawaiian Islands.

Vessels: The Hawaiian Islands will be the first add-on by SeaFront to include hard decks, allowing you to land on moving vessels. There will be several vessels including this new feature, such as US Navy ships and tankers. On vessels featuring a hard deck that can be landed on, you can find a marshaller indicating you can land here.

No price has been announced yet for Vessels: The Hawaiian Islands, but the team did announce that it aims to release the add-on this week for both PC and Xbox.

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