Cruise management system, which allows you to remotely shut down the ship, is a thing, Ars Technic reports
Cruise management systems, which can be controlled remotely from a smartphone, are an integral part of modern ships.
With a few tweaks, they can be used to shut down your ship and take over the controls if it’s going to drift too far off course.
This feature can be disabled by simply tapping on the cruise control icon and then holding the spacebar.
This is the most convenient way to shut off the ship while you’re away, since you can easily get out of the way of a bad cruise without anyone noticing.
Unfortunately, it’s a bit of a tricky process to get it to work, and it doesn’t actually work for everyone.
That’s why we’ve compiled a list of some of the more popular cruise management systems out there that can be enabled remotely.
Some of these features have been around for a while, so they should be familiar.
In addition, there are some interesting features to consider when you’re trying to decide which is the best system for your specific situation.
This list will get you started, but there are a lot of options out there.
If you’re looking for more information about cruise management, we’ve also included a list with the top cruise management software out there on the same site.
The list is updated daily, so if you want to check out the latest cruise management solutions from other platforms, check back often.
The best cruise management solution for you, in no particular order: