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    Navigation Advanced for Mates/Masters, 2nd Edition

    £50.00
    This book is aimed at today's navigator, where increased workload on the watchkeeper demands clear methods of working and concise instructions.
    ISBN: 9781856096270
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    Published: August 2015

     

    This book provides technical advice and information designed to help build advanced navigational skills. It explains and illustrates navigational techniques using worked examples, plots, templates and exercises. The book is aimed at Masters and senior navigation officers, but will also be of benefit to junior ships’ officers.

     

    This book may be used for self-study to build navigational skills or as a comprehensive onboard source of reference. The book is broken down into clearly marked sections, making it easy to locate particular information and to follow the various techniques step by step. It is illustrated throughout with colour photographs, diagrams, chart sections and tables.

     

    Content

    1 Regulatory Requirements
    1.1 ISM Code
    1.2 SOLAS Chapter V
    1.3 Bridge Procedures Guide
    1.4 Buoyage
    1.5 ISPS
    1.6 STCW
    1.7 Pollution
    1.8 Guidance From a Flag State
    1.9 Voyage Data Recorder

    2 Passage Planning
    2.1 Appraisal
    2.2 Planning
    2.3 Summary of General Principles
    2.4 Execution
    2.5 Monitoring
    2.6 Summary

    3 Sailings
    3.1 The Terrestrial Sphere
    3.2 Parallel Sailing
    3.3 Plane Sailing
    3.4 Mercator Sailing
    3.5 Great Circle Sailing
    3.6 Composite Great Circle
    3.7 Practical Applications

    4 Ocean Routeing
    4.1 Use of Charts and Publications
    4.2 Choice Of Routes
    4.3 Oceanographic and Climatic Data
    4.4 General Hazards to be Found on an Ocean Passage

    5 Bridge Procedures
    5.1 Bridge Organisation
    5.2 Keeping Watch
    5.3 Navigation
    5.4 Use of Pilot
    5.5 Standing and Night Orders
    5.6 Procedures
    5.7 Navigational Risk Assessment
    5.8 Hydrographic and Port Information

    6 Radar Navigation
    6.1 Radar Displays
    6.2 Plotting
    6.3 Collision Avoidance
    6.4 Common Plotting Errors And Penalties (UK Examining Board)
    6.5 Use For Navigation
    6.6 Radar Detection and Interpretation

    7 Extreme Weather And Navigation
    7.1 Tropical Revolving Storms (TRS)
    7.2 Planning For and Information on Ice
    7.3 Navigation in Ice Areas
    7.4 Operating in Ice
    7.5 Working With Ice Breakers
    7.6 Navigation in High Latitudes

    8 Celestial Navigation
    8.1 The Celestial Sphere
    8.2 Horizons and Altitudes
    8.3 Meridian Passage
    8.4 Azimuths and Amplitudes
    8.5 Astronomical Position Lines
    8.6 Fix by Celestial Observations

    9 Electronic Navigation Aids
    9.1 Satellite Navigation Systems
    9.2 Hyperbolic Systems
    9.3 Electronic Charts
    9.4 Integrated Bridge Systems
    9.5 Echo Sounder

    10 Tides and Tidal Streams
    10.1 Causes Of Tides
    10.2 Variation in Tides
    10.3 Tidal Definitions
    10.4 Underkeel Clearance and Air Draught
    10.5 Tidal Calculations
    10.6 Tidal Streams

    11 MARINE COMMUNICATIONS
    11.1 GMDSS
    11.2 WWNWS
    11.3 Weather Reports
    11.4 Ship Reporting Systems
    11.5 Ship Movement Report Systems
    11.6 Radio Medical Advice
    11.7 Other Reports
    11.8 Automatic Identification System (AIS)

    12 Search and Rescue at Sea
    12.1 Search and Rescue Co-Ordination
    12.2 Search and Rescue Communications
    12.3 Onboard Preparation
    12.4 Search Planning
    12.5 Rendezvous
    12.6 Interception
    12.7 Rescue By Helicopter
    12.8 Search and Rescue Co-Operation Plans Aboard Passenger Ships
    12.9 Man Overboard

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    Published: August 2015

     

    This book provides technical advice and information designed to help build advanced navigational skills. It explains and illustrates navigational techniques using worked examples, plots, templates and exercises. The book is aimed at Masters and senior navigation officers, but will also be of benefit to junior ships’ officers.

     

    This book may be used for self-study to build navigational skills or as a comprehensive onboard source of reference. The book is broken down into clearly marked sections, making it easy to locate particular information and to follow the various techniques step by step. It is illustrated throughout with colour photographs, diagrams, chart sections and tables.

     

    Content

    1 Regulatory Requirements
    1.1 ISM Code
    1.2 SOLAS Chapter V
    1.3 Bridge Procedures Guide
    1.4 Buoyage
    1.5 ISPS
    1.6 STCW
    1.7 Pollution
    1.8 Guidance From a Flag State
    1.9 Voyage Data Recorder

    2 Passage Planning
    2.1 Appraisal
    2.2 Planning
    2.3 Summary of General Principles
    2.4 Execution
    2.5 Monitoring
    2.6 Summary

    3 Sailings
    3.1 The Terrestrial Sphere
    3.2 Parallel Sailing
    3.3 Plane Sailing
    3.4 Mercator Sailing
    3.5 Great Circle Sailing
    3.6 Composite Great Circle
    3.7 Practical Applications

    4 Ocean Routeing
    4.1 Use of Charts and Publications
    4.2 Choice Of Routes
    4.3 Oceanographic and Climatic Data
    4.4 General Hazards to be Found on an Ocean Passage

    5 Bridge Procedures
    5.1 Bridge Organisation
    5.2 Keeping Watch
    5.3 Navigation
    5.4 Use of Pilot
    5.5 Standing and Night Orders
    5.6 Procedures
    5.7 Navigational Risk Assessment
    5.8 Hydrographic and Port Information

    6 Radar Navigation
    6.1 Radar Displays
    6.2 Plotting
    6.3 Collision Avoidance
    6.4 Common Plotting Errors And Penalties (UK Examining Board)
    6.5 Use For Navigation
    6.6 Radar Detection and Interpretation

    7 Extreme Weather And Navigation
    7.1 Tropical Revolving Storms (TRS)
    7.2 Planning For and Information on Ice
    7.3 Navigation in Ice Areas
    7.4 Operating in Ice
    7.5 Working With Ice Breakers
    7.6 Navigation in High Latitudes

    8 Celestial Navigation
    8.1 The Celestial Sphere
    8.2 Horizons and Altitudes
    8.3 Meridian Passage
    8.4 Azimuths and Amplitudes
    8.5 Astronomical Position Lines
    8.6 Fix by Celestial Observations

    9 Electronic Navigation Aids
    9.1 Satellite Navigation Systems
    9.2 Hyperbolic Systems
    9.3 Electronic Charts
    9.4 Integrated Bridge Systems
    9.5 Echo Sounder

    10 Tides and Tidal Streams
    10.1 Causes Of Tides
    10.2 Variation in Tides
    10.3 Tidal Definitions
    10.4 Underkeel Clearance and Air Draught
    10.5 Tidal Calculations
    10.6 Tidal Streams

    11 MARINE COMMUNICATIONS
    11.1 GMDSS
    11.2 WWNWS
    11.3 Weather Reports
    11.4 Ship Reporting Systems
    11.5 Ship Movement Report Systems
    11.6 Radio Medical Advice
    11.7 Other Reports
    11.8 Automatic Identification System (AIS)

    12 Search and Rescue at Sea
    12.1 Search and Rescue Co-Ordination
    12.2 Search and Rescue Communications
    12.3 Onboard Preparation
    12.4 Search Planning
    12.5 Rendezvous
    12.6 Interception
    12.7 Rescue By Helicopter
    12.8 Search and Rescue Co-Operation Plans Aboard Passenger Ships
    12.9 Man Overboard

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