Week 51 2021: 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.
|IMO – Load Lines Convention 1966 – 2021 Edition
[Code: IMO 701E / IMO 701E-EB]
Essential for all vesselsThe International Convention on Load Lines, 1966, adopted by the International Conference on Load Lines, on 5 April 1966, entered into force on 21 July 1968 and has been modified by the 1988 Protocol relating thereto and amended by Assembly and Maritime Safety Committee resolutions over the past 50 years. This 2021 edition includes up-to-date, consolidated text in line with amendments adopted up to 1 July 2021, as well as updated unified interpretations that have been keyed to relevant articles and regulations.
|ITU 04 – List IV – List of Coast Stations and Special Service Stations (ITU 04 CD)
[Code: ITU 04 CD]
Essential for all GMDSS vesselsList IV contains important information for the mariner in relation to radiocommunications, including the GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress and Safety System). Detailed information such as the frequencies for transmitting and receiving, in addition to geographical coordinates, is provided for maritime coast radio stations, including those assuming the watch-keeping role using digital selective calling (DSC) techniques and radiotelephony. List IV also supplies details of additional services such as medical advice, navigational and meteorological warnings, MSI (Maritime Safety Information), AIS (Automatic Identification System), meteorological bulletins and radio time signals, along with the hours of service and operational frequencies, information on port stations, pilot stations, coast Earth stations, VTS stations, contact information of RCC (Rescue Coordination Centers), SAR agencies, Navarea coordinators and AtoNs (AIS Aids to Navigation).As stipulated in Appendix 16 to the RR, this List shall be provided to all ship stations for which a Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) installation is required by international agreement. Only available in CD format.
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|The Right Way Up – Evolution and use of the Small Vessel Stability Book
Recommended for small vesselsThis book discusses small vessel stability, with reference to the MCA’s Small Vessel Safety Codes, and is written for all who operate, design, construct, or survey small commercial or recreational vessels or are studying to do so. It provides essential information on the requirements and content of the ship Stability Information Book, which will benefit Masters when preparing for and undertaking their mandatory stability course prior to assuming command.
Witherbys – Oil Tankers – A Pocket Safety Guide
[Code: WITH 240/ WITH 240-EB]
Recommended for all Tankers
This publication explores best practices on tankers carrying crude oil and petroleum products and provides a good introduction to safe tanker operations and standards.
Suitable for seafarers who may be rejoining a tanker after leave, or for a person with little or no experience on tankers, this title contains basic safety information for seafarers of all ranks and positions.
|Witherbys – Tanker Jetty Safety – Management of the Ship/Shore Interface (2nd Edition)
[Code: SEAM 033/ SEAM 033-EB]
Recommended for TankersRevised and expanded to include the latest industry best practice available at the time of publication into an easy reference publication. This is a valuable addition to any jetty office, tanker cargo control room or college library.This revised edition is aimed at both new entrants to the industry and experienced personnel aiming to refresh their knowledge. The book provides detailed guidance covering every stage of a ship’s visit to a tanker jetty.
|Witherbys – Tanker Safety Training – Liquefied Gas (2nd Edition)
[Code: SEAM 034/ SEAM 034-EB]
Recommended for all Gas CarriersRevised and expanded to include both the theoretical and practical aspects of ship operations, with the objectives of ensuring efficient tanker operations and the health and safety of personnel throughout all stages of the voyage and while alongside in the terminal.This publication provides ships’ officers, tanker terminal personnel and selected management staff ashore an understanding of the principles involved in the safe loading, transportation and discharging of liquefied gases
|ICS – Bridge Procedures Guide, Sixth Edition
[Code: WITH 009]
Recommended for all vesselsThe new ICS Bridge Procedures Guide has been written to reflect the rapid technological advances taking place in the shipping industry and to equip users to deal with the digital transformation taking place on the bridge. For over 40 years, this bestselling Guide has reflected and defined current best practice on the bridges of merchant ships operating in all sectors and trades. Now in its sixth edition, it is widely acknowledged as the leading industry guidance on safe bridge procedures and is a recommended carriage on all vessels by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). E-book is also available for pre-ordering.
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|OUTFIT MANAGEMENT TABLE|
|Forthcoming New Admiralty Charts/New Edition Charts to be Published in Week 51|
|125||International Chart Series, North Sea – Netherlands, Approaches to Ijmuiden||NE||23.12.2021|
|846||International Chart Series, Sweden – East Coast, Outer Approaches to Oxelösund and Norrköping||NE||23.12.2021|
|857||International Chart Series, Sweden -West Coast, Göteborg||NE||23.12.2021|
|874||International Chart Series, Sweden -West Coast, Varberg to Tylön||NE||23.12.2021|
|1151||England – Bristol Channel, Bridgwater Bay||NE||23.12.2021|
|1152||England and Wales, Bristol Channel, Nash Point to Sand Point||NE||23.12.2021|
|1495||International Chart Series, Indian Ocean – La Réunion – Northern Part, Pointe des Châteaux to Pointe de la Rivière du Mât||NE||23.12.2021|
|1693||Chile, Estrecho de Magallanes, Primera Angostura to Segunda Angostura||NE||23.12.2021|
|3390||International Chart Series, Korea – South Coast, Gwangyang Hang||NE||23.12.2021|
|3658||Taiwan – North Coast, Chiu-Kang P’o-Ti to Kuei-Shan Tao||NE||23.12.2021|
|AUS195||Australia – East Coast, New South Wales, Approaches to Port Kembla||NE||23.12.2021|
|Admiralty Charts to be Withdrawn in Week 51|
|Chart Number||Chart Title||Replacement Chart Number|
|125||International Chart Series, North Sea – Netherlands, Approaches to Ijmuiden||125|
|846||International Chart Series, Sweden – East Coast, Outer Approaches to Oxelösund and Norrköping||846|
|857||International Chart Series, Sweden – West Coast, Göteborg||857|
|874||International Chart Series, Sweden – West Coast, Varberg to Tylön||874|
|1151||England – Bristol Channel, Bridgwater Bay||1151|
|1152||England and Wales, Bristol Channel, Nash Point to Sand Point||1152|
|1495||International Chart Series, Indian Ocean – La Réunion – Northern Part, Pointe des Châteaux to Pointe de La Rivière du Mât||1495|
|1693||Chile, Estrecho de Magallanes, Primera Angostura to Segunda Angostura||1693|
|3390||International Chart Series, Korea – South Coast, Gwangyang Hang||3390|
|3658||Taiwan – North Coast, Chiu-Kang P’o-Ti to Kuei-Shan Tao||3658|
|AUS195||Australia – East Coast, New South Wales, Approaches to Port Kembla||AUS195|
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