Reservation software for the ferry industry
We are a provider of mission critical systems for the travel, transport, tourism and port industries. Our mission is to develop and support reservation systems and reservation services for ferry, freight and cruise lines as well as tourism operators. With main focus on our product - the BOOKIT Reservation System - our customers world-wide also benefit from many types of applications and services connected to the system.
Today, the BOOKIT software provided by Hogia Ferry Systems is used by more shipping companies, more ferry lines and more port of calls in more countries than any equivalent software on the market.
25 years of development and experience has created a ferry reservation system optimized for the ferry industry. Make your choice and join the BOOKIT partnership!
2015-02-18 13:12:00The Port of Södertälje works more efficiently with new terminal systemAs a full service port and an important resource for the economy in Södertälje, Stockholm and the Lake Mälar region, there are high demands on the Port of Södertälje providing an efficient way of working. In order to develop operations with modern system support, a couple of years ago the Port of Södertälje decided to introduce the Hogia terminal system HT Complete.
2015-02-18 12:56:00National Ferry Fortnight is coming up!On March 2nd National Ferry Fortnight kicks off. During two weeks Discover Ferries operators will offer great deals. All 13 operators are taking part.
2014-12-19 14:25:00Hogia ties up at the Scottish west coastScottish David MacBrayne Ltd (DML) has awarded Worldline, the European leader in the payments and transactional services industry, and Hogia Ferry Systems a contract to provide a modern integrated booking and ticketing system to the multi-award-winning ferry operator CalMac Ferries Ltd and Argyll Ferries Ltd, serving the Clyde and Hebrides.
2014-11-17 15:33:00A brand new LNG ferry for Destination Gotland!Rederi Ab Gotland has signed a contract with Guangzhou Shipyard International in China for a new LNG-powered ro-pax.