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    Core Principles of Maritime Navigation

    £42.99
    It introduces the main navigation concepts required by trainees and professionals involved in maritime operations.
    ISBN: 9781032271385
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    Published: August 2022

     

    The book covers a wide range of subjects from wind, waves and depths to navigational marks and buoys, navigational techniques and equipment, passage planning, duties of the Officer of the Watch, berthing and anchorage. It is not intended to be a technical publication; rather, it aims to introduce core ideas and concepts in an accessible way for general readers, university students, cadets and for the continuous professional development of experienced seafarers.

     

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1.Wind, Depth and Waves. Chapter 2. Navigation Marks and Buoys. Chapter 3. Navigation Systems and Equipment. Chapter 4. Virtual Aids to Navigation. Chapter 5. Marine Radar. Chapter 6. Electronic Chart and Display Information System. Chapter 7. Ship Handling in Difficult Conditions. Chapter 8. Passage Planning. Chapter 9. Officer of the Watch. Chapter 10. Global Maritime Distress Satellite System. Chapter 11. Anchorage. Chapter 12. Maritime Pilot. Chapter 13. Mooring and Berthing.

    Published: August 2022

     

    The book covers a wide range of subjects from wind, waves and depths to navigational marks and buoys, navigational techniques and equipment, passage planning, duties of the Officer of the Watch, berthing and anchorage. It is not intended to be a technical publication; rather, it aims to introduce core ideas and concepts in an accessible way for general readers, university students, cadets and for the continuous professional development of experienced seafarers.

     

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1.Wind, Depth and Waves. Chapter 2. Navigation Marks and Buoys. Chapter 3. Navigation Systems and Equipment. Chapter 4. Virtual Aids to Navigation. Chapter 5. Marine Radar. Chapter 6. Electronic Chart and Display Information System. Chapter 7. Ship Handling in Difficult Conditions. Chapter 8. Passage Planning. Chapter 9. Officer of the Watch. Chapter 10. Global Maritime Distress Satellite System. Chapter 11. Anchorage. Chapter 12. Maritime Pilot. Chapter 13. Mooring and Berthing.

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