Emanuel Huard joins the Maritime Simulation and Resource Centre
Paul Racicot, Director of the Maritime Simulation and Resource Centre (MSRC), announces the arrival of Emanuel Huard to the team. Huard took over his duties as instructor in March.
Emanuel Huard is a graduate of the Maritime Institute of Québec and holds an unlimited chief officer certificate. Prior to joining the MSRC, he was First Mate onboard passenger ships and private yachts, the most recent being The World, a private luxury residential vessel. Huard has a vast experience in various fields of navigation, including conventional and azimuthally propelled vessels, ice navigation in the Arctic and Antarctic and expeditions outside regular shipping routes. In 2017, he participated in the Guinness record for the world’s southernmost ship, the Ross Sea in Antarctica.
“Mr. Huard’s arrival is a testament to the MSRC’s growth. His extensive navigation experience will be an undeniable asset to the center,” said Racicot.
“I am excited to take up this new challenge with the MSRC and look forward to working with this team of professionals. I am fortunate to join such a respected and world-renowned company,” said Huard.