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    A Primer for Deck Officers and Officer of the Watch Exams
    ISBN: 9781138674752
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    Published: December 2018

    By Philip M. Smith

     

    Tides: A Primer for Deck Officers and Officer of the Watch Exams prepares the reader for the Officer of the Watch and Master/Mate certificates required by all officers on commercial seagoing vessels. From the formation of tides and tidal stream data, right through to practice questions with answers, and even mock exam papers, this book will provide you with all the reference material you need in order to pass your exams.

     

    Table of Contents

     

    Introduction

    Chapter 1 Terminology used in tidal calculations.

    Chapter 2 the admiralty tide tables.

    Chapter 3. The use of tidal curves

    Chapter 4. European standard ports tidal calculations.

    Chapter 5. European secondary ports tidal calculations.

    Chapter 6. Pacific standard port tidal calculations.

    Chapter 7. Pacific secondary ports tidal calculations.

    Chapter 8. Vertical sextant angles, tidal streams and co-tidal data.

    Chapter 9. Revision papers with worked solutions. s

    Appendix 1

    Appendix 2

    Bibliography

    Index

     

     

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    Published: December 2018

    By Philip M. Smith

     

    Tides: A Primer for Deck Officers and Officer of the Watch Exams prepares the reader for the Officer of the Watch and Master/Mate certificates required by all officers on commercial seagoing vessels. From the formation of tides and tidal stream data, right through to practice questions with answers, and even mock exam papers, this book will provide you with all the reference material you need in order to pass your exams.

     

    Table of Contents

     

    Introduction

    Chapter 1 Terminology used in tidal calculations.

    Chapter 2 the admiralty tide tables.

    Chapter 3. The use of tidal curves

    Chapter 4. European standard ports tidal calculations.

    Chapter 5. European secondary ports tidal calculations.

    Chapter 6. Pacific standard port tidal calculations.

    Chapter 7. Pacific secondary ports tidal calculations.

    Chapter 8. Vertical sextant angles, tidal streams and co-tidal data.

    Chapter 9. Revision papers with worked solutions. s

    Appendix 1

    Appendix 2

    Bibliography

    Index

     

     

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