This 2021 edition of the Passage Planning Guide Straits of Malacca and Singapore (SOMS) has been completely revised to incorporate the latest guidance and practical advice for ships transiting the region. This comprehensive guide contains the latest navigational guidance and practical advice for the region including details of traffic hotspots, Straits Pilot Services, TSS and VTS information.
This brand new passage planning guide is an expert resource for navigating the Panama Canal. Written in consultation with the Panama Canal Authority (ACP), it includes A2-sized chartlets of the entire canal and essential information on every aspect of using both the Panamax and the Neopanamax locks.
Dynamic positioning is a highly effective tool for precision control of vessels, and its use has spread well beyond the offshore oil and gas sector. Increasingly, DP capability is found on dredgers, cruise ships, superyachts and vessels involved in renewable energy projects.
The handbook is the flagship text for the DP Training Scheme administered by The Nautical Institute and provides an indispensable reference for all seafarers who need to understand and use this sophisticated technology.
This book is an essential resource for any vessel navigating the English Channel, Dover Strait and Southern North Sea. Published: in conjunction with the UK Chamber of Shipping, this comprehensive guide contains up-to-date passage planning information and the latest navigational guidance and practical advice for the region. Features include full-colour, pull-out chartlets, details of traffic hotspots, and TSS and VTS information.
This book covers the stages to be undertaken during the preparation of a passage plan. It outlines the necessary steps of appraisal, planning, execution and monitoring and will be of use to all members of the bridge team, regardless of skill, knowledge and experience. Techniques to prepare and conduct the proposed passage are presented clearly and concisely so that all members can understand them.
10th edition revised and rewritten December 1987; Reprinted 2010. Both volumes I & II are officially recommended by the Merchant Navy Training Board, and form the most up-to-date survey of the Science of Navigation in print.