The Nautical Almanac contains astronomical information to support bridge crews in routine and emergency celestial navigation, as well as the calculation of daylight hours and mandatory gyro checks. It is carried on every ship within the Royal Navy and is at the core of celestial navigational training courses worldwide.
Published since 1951, Lloyd's Maritime Atlas is the oldest and most respected atlas in the shipping industry. A comprehensive reference for locating the world’s busiest ports and shipping places, this new edition has been fully updated and enhanced with brand new maps and features to alleviate the demands on today’s busy shipping professional.
The ECDIS Blues is an attempt to systematically answer those nagging doubts in the minds of a navigator. It is a comprehensive guide to passage planning on the ECDIS. Several thumb rules, recommendations and quick checks have been included to make the ECDIS easier to use.
- International and Inland Rules of the Road and their respective Annexes
- Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Regulations
- Vessel Traffic Management Regulations
- Other pertinent regulations for Waterway Users
The ‘Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea’ (basically, ‘Traffic Rules at Sea) should be essential reference material for every seafarer. Surfboarders to super tanker crews should all have the same knowledge and interpretation of the rules.