Navigation for Masters – Fourth Edition: The Essential Guide to Modern Navigational Practice
- Stay up-to-date with the latest navigational technologies and regulations.
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of navigational practice.
- Improve your safety and efficiency as a Master.
- Prepare for your next voyage with confidence.
This comprehensive guide covers all aspects of navigational practice for Masters, from bridge procedures to passage planning and routeing. The book has been fully updated to include information on the latest navigational technologies and regulations, such as continuing climate change, security issues, long-range identification and tracking (LRIT), and updates to ECDIS and GPS.
Whether you are a Master of a ship, a navigator, or a maritime professional, Navigation for Masters – Fourth Edition is your essential resource. Order your copy today and start learning the latest navigational techniques!
Here are some of the key topics covered in the book:
- Bridge procedures
- Navigation (including ice navigation and search and rescue (SAR))
- Passage planning and routeing
- Continuing climate change
- Security issues and navigation
- New regulations on long-range identification and tracking (LRIT)
- Updates to ECDIS and GPS
Navigation for Masters – Fourth Edition is the definitive guide to modern navigational practice. It is essential reading for all Masters of ships, navigators, and maritime professionals. Order your copy today and start learning the latest navigational techniques!
Preface to Fourth Edition
About the Author
Abbreviations and Definitions
List of Illustrations
1. Bridge Procedures
2. Navigation Precautions
3. Navigation in Port
4. Passage Planning
5. Ocean Passage Planning
6. Ocean Routeing
7. Ocean Currents
8. Ice Navigation
9. Tropical Revolving Storms and Abnormal Weather Phenomena
10. SAR Navigation and GMDSS
11. Marine Helicopter Operations
12. Offshore Navigation
13. Tide Calculations
14. Sources of Navigational Information Charts and Publications
15. Electronic Navigational Systems