Week 19 2022: Top picks from this week’s latest publication releases
|This week’s New Editions
Top picks from this week’s latest maritime publication releases and important regulatory guidance for each title to help you decide if it’s requirement for your vessels.
|New Editions for pre-ordering|
A Practical Guide to Salvage and Places of Refuge – (For Shipboard Use)
Recommended for all vessels.
Hard copy and eBook
This Guide deals with the practical aspects of salvaging a ship and the implications for a ship that requires a Place of Refuge.
It contains comprehensive guidance on the two related aspects of salvage and Place of Refuge for the ship Master, bridge team and the ship owning/operating company
Biofouling, Biosecurity and Hull Cleaning
Recommended for all vessels
Hard copy and eBook
This publication describes the various types of biofouling and the problems it can cause for ship operation and the marine environment. It examines the use of anti-fouling systems to prevent the build-up of biofouling as well as the options available for ship cleaning. It also sets out biofouling legislation and guidelines. The book includes data sheets for a number of hull cleaning companies worldwide.
The OSV Guide
Recommended for OSV vessels
Hard copy and eBook
This publication is a guide to the operation and management of offshore support vessels (OSVs). The Guide describes the differences between the offshore industry and conventional marine activity, covering areas such as towing procedures and environmental regulatory compliance. It is designed to be a valuable aid to learning and a useful reference source, particularly when complemented by other training resources.
Witherbys – LPG Operational Practice (1st Edition)
Recommended for LPG vessels
This first edition is designed to give ships’ officers, tanker terminal personnel and terminal management an understanding of the principles involved in the safe loading, transportation and discharging of liquefied petroleum gases and chemical gases.
The notes include both theoretical and practical aspects of ship operations, covering in-service, pre-arrival and post-transfer phases.
Witherbys – Passage Planning Guide, Baltic Sea: Skagen to Bornholm (PPG – Baltic, 2022 Edition)
Recommended for vessels navigating in Baltic Sea: Skagen to Bornholm
Passing the Danish Straits, either by the Great Belt or the Sound, leads ships through shallow water, strong currents, harsh weather conditions and high density of traffic, making it a complex challenge for mariners. The Passage Planning Guide – Baltic Sea: Skagen to Bornholm has been developed through cooperation between Witherbys, DanPilot and BIMCO to provide an overview for mariners and to assist in proper planning for a ship transiting in this area.
The purpose of this Guide is to provide navigators with the details of recommended routes, routeing measures and reporting systems when passing through this restricted sea area. The information has been supplemented by expert guidance on confronting the particular difficulties presented by traffic, water flow and weather patterns from pilots who operate in the region.
This Guide aims to provide navigators with the information they need to support the pilot during their transit through this region.
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|OUTFIT MANAGEMENT TABLE|
|Forthcoming New Admiralty Charts/New Edition Charts to be Published in Week 19|
|102||International Chart Series, Bangladesh, Chattogram Harbour.||NC||12.05.2022|
|1016||International Chart Series, Bangladesh, Approaches to Chittagong.||NC||12.05.2022|
|346||China, Zhu Jiang, Nizhou Tou to Huangpu.||NE||12.05.2022|
|1602||China – Chang Jiang, Outer Approaches to Shanghai.||NE||12.05.2022|
|1738||China-Dong Hai, Taizhou Liedao to Yushan Liedao including Haimen Gang.||NE||12.05.2022|
|1759||China – Dong Hai,Wenzhou Wan to Ningbo Gang.||NE||12.05.2022|
|1794||International Chart Series, Scotland -West Coast, North Minch Southern Part.||NE||12.05.2022|
|2015||International Chart Series, Baltic Sea, Falsterbo to Świnoujście.||NE||12.05.2022|
|5605_1||Western Approaches to Dover Strait.
A. Western Approaches to Dover Strait.
B. Northern Approaches to Dover Strait.
|Forthcoming Charts to be Withdrawn in Week 19|
|Chart Number||Chart Title||Replacement Chart Number|
|84||International Chart Series, Bangladesh, Approaches to Chittagong.||84|
|346||China, Zhu Jiang, Nizhou Tou to Huangpu.||346|
|1602||China – Chang Jiang, Outer Approaches to Shanghai.||1602|
|1738||China-Dong Hai, Taizhou Liedao to Yushan Liedao including Haimen Gang.||1738|
|1759||China – Dong Hai, Wenzhou Wan to Ningbo Gang.||1759|
|1794||International Chart Series, Scotland -West Coast, North Minch Southern Part.||1794|
|2015||International Chart Series, Baltic Sea, Falsterbo to Świnoujście.||2015|
|5605_1||Western Approaches to Dover Strait.||5605_1|
|DE2||International Chart Series – North Sea, Germany, Approaches to Rivers Jade, Weser and Elbe.||DE2|
|DE20||International Chart Series – North Sea, Germany, Entrance to Rivers Jade and Weser.||DE20|
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