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    Brown, Son & Ferguson

    Nautical Publishers, Printers and Ship Stationers since 1832. Publishing Brown's Nautical Almanac since 1876. It is published annually, and is commonly known as 'The Sailor's Bible'.

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    Radar Log Book

    The book has a large format (approximately 305 x 229mm)

    Chief Officer's Log Book, Non Numbered Pages

    The Brown Son and Ferguson 'Clutha' logbook for Chief Officers Log Book - 3 Months, Non Numbered Pages

    Management Level Stability

    For students undertaking marine examinations in IMO Model Course 7.01 and 7.02

    Operational Level Stability for Deck and Engineer Officers

    For students undertaking marine examinations in IMO Model Course 7.03 and 7.04

    Worked Examples in Relative Radar Plotting

    and other navigational graphical problems

    Brown's Nautical Almanac 2021

    A book Published: to be of practical service to all seafarers, describing the positions of a selection of celestial bodies for the purpose of celestial navigation while at sea.

    The Efficient Deck-Hand

    It contains easily assimilated information on elementary ship construction,compasses, steering, anchors, fire fighting, rope work and knots, splicing multi-plat and wire ropes, lifting tackle, MacGregor hatches, hazardous cargoes and routine maintenance.

    A Guide to Port and Terminal Management

    By Captain Bill Chalmers, FCIS

    Nicholls's Seamanship and Nautical Knowledge, 30th Edition

    Nicholl's Seamanship and Nautical Knowledge has for many years been recognised as a standard textbook on nautical subjects. It is a companion volume to Nicholl's Concise Guide, the popular text book on Navigation.

    Clyde River and Other Steamers

    In this revised edition of what could be regarded as the standard reference work on later Clyde Steamer history, the author has rewritten the previous edition and added more new material relating to more recent changes.