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February 11, 2021

Voyager News, New Editions

Week 06 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 210E IMDG Code Supplements – Jan 2021
Essential for vessels with DG Cargo onboardThe International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code relates to the safe carriage of dangerous goods by sea but does not include all details of procedures for packing of dangerous goods or actions to take in the event of an emergency or accident involving personnel who handle goods at sea. These aspects are covered by the publications that are associated with the IMDG Code, included in this Supplement.

The Supplement also includes texts of the Medical First Aid Guide, descriptions of the reporting procedures for incidents involving dangerous goods, harmful substances and/or marine pollutants, the IMO/ILO/UNECE Guidelines for packing of cargo transport units, the International Code for the Safe Carriage of Packaged Irradiated Nuclear Fuel, Plutonium and High-Level Radioactive Wastes on board Ships and other appropriate Assembly resolutions, resolutions and circulars of the Maritime Safety Committee and circulars of the Facilitation Committee and of the Sub-Committee on Dangerous Goods, Solid Cargoes and Containers.

2021 Regulations for Transiting the Panama Canal (including CD-ROM)
Recommended ships transiting the Panama Canal
The 2021 Maritime Regulations for Transiting the Panama Canal contains the most recent Notices to Shipping, Amendments and Regulations for the safe transfer of cargo through the Panama Canal (by ship).

·         Vessel Requirements

·         Harbor Operations

·         Communications on Transit Activities

·         Illegal Activities on Transiting Vessels

·         Official, Courtesy and Guest Transits

·         Embarking or Disembarking During Transit

·         Panama Canal Transit Reservation System

·         Attachment of Vessels by Panama Maritime Tribunals

·         Marine Accident Investigations

·         Operational Equipment Tests

·         Operation of Commercial and Non Commercial Small Craft in Panama Canal Waters

·         Panama Canal Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (PCSOPEP) Requirements

·         Implementation of ISPS Code Requirements of the Panama Canal

A Guide for Correct Entries in the ORB Part I – Machinery Space Operations
Recommended for all vesselsThis guide is designed to help ship operators correctly fill out the Oil Record Book Part I (ORB). The fourth edition has been updated to incorporate several regulatory and legislative amendments, including revisions to MARPOL 73/78.

This fourth edition of Part I of the ORB contains:

a) instructions and interpretations on how to properly record all related operations as per MARPOL 73/78, Annex I, Regulation 17;

b)  a list of operations to be recorded;

c) frequently found failures or mistakes;

d) detailed examples for all related operations

A Guide for Correct Entries in the ORB Part II – Cargo/Ballast Operations
Recommended for all oil tankersThis guide is designed to provide simple and clear advice for the proper and consistent completion of the Oil Record Book (Part II – Cargo/Ballast Operations) for oil tankers, as stipulated by Regulation 36 and Appendix III of Annex I of MARPOL 73/78.

The Guide consists of the following:

• General requirements and instructions for making entries in the ORB Part II, as set out in Section 3;

• List of items to be recorded in the ORB Part II, as set out in Section 4; and

• Detailed model examples of the ORB Part II entries for commonly used cargo/ballast operations, as set out in Section 5.

• Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and answers on items that either bring further clarification to examples provided in the Guide, or bring clarification on a few situations where INTERTANKO could provide an opinion but refrains from providing a guidance.

Witherbys – Anchor Handling Tug Operations
Recommended for Tugs/ AHTSThis book sets out in practical and simple terms the theoretical knowledge, methods and techniques that should be used to avoid placing AHTS vessels at unnecessary risk during routine operations. It outlines the forces acting on the vessel and discusses vessel capabilities and equipment. Case studies of the Stevns Power and Bourbon Dolphin are used to illustrate the potential dangers in AHTS operations.

This book will benefit Masters and crew on AHTS vessels, as well as towmasters, rig movers, barge masters, tower foremen and shore-based personnel who utilise these vessels in anchor handling and towing duties.

U.S. COAST GUARD LIGHT LIST (2021 ANNUAL PUBLICATION)

U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the United States Coast Guard annually published U.S. Coast Guard Light List volumes and is intended to furnish more information concerning aids to navigation than can be conveniently shown on charts. This Light List is not intended to be used in place of charts or the United States Coast Pilot®. Charts should be consulted for the location of all aids to navigation. It may be dangerous to use aids to navigation without reference to charts.

These Light List products are corrected through the latest Coast Guard LNM for each Coast Guard District.  To access them subscribe to US NTM via Voyager services. These publications contain a list of lights, sound signals, buoys, daybeacons, and other aids to navigation.

 

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IMO Poster – IMDG Code Labels, Marks & Signs
Recommended for vessels carrying IMDGThis updated full-colour wall chart now illustrates the labels, marks and signs required under SOLAS and detailed in the IMDG Code.
SIGTTO – LNG Shipping Suggested Competency Standards
Recommended for all LNG vessels
 This document is written at a level suitable for organizations involved in training officers for LNG cargo operations. The high-level nature of the content is directed at a reader who is technically qualified and experienced in the subject of training and LNG operations.

These suggested standards are useful for all types of LNG carriers, regardless of size. They are relevant to any officer that is involved in the entire LNG cargo cycle operation, including the role of cargo engineer.

It is the responsibility of the owner to decide the appropriate level and type of training required, as part of a formal competence management system. Additional training, not covered by this document, may be required for specific operations or equipment.

ICS – Maritime Security: A Comprehensive Guide for Companies, Seafarers and Administrations
Essential for all vesselsThe updated and improved Guide provides crucial information on the security threats faced by the shipping industry, the statutory requirements that ships, shipping companies and port facilities must meet and guidance on how to conduct a thorough threat assessment for voyage. A model Ship Security Plan is also included in the book.

This Guide will be particularly useful to ship and terminal operators, seafarers and administrations, but will provide a useful entry point to the subject for anyone with an interest in maintaining the security of global trade.

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OUTFIT MANAGEMENT TABLE
Forthcoming New Admiralty Charts/New Edition Charts to be Published in in Week 06
Chart

Title

Chart Title NE/NC Date
148 England – South Coast, Dodman Point to Looe Bay NE 11.02.2021
1105 Mexico -West Coast, Approaches to Guaymas NE 11.02.2021
1160 England – Bristol Channel, Harbours in Somerset and North Devon NE 11.02.2021
1165 England and Wales, Bristol Channel, Worms Head to Watchet NE 11.02.2021
1169 South Wales, Approaches to Porthcawl NE 11.02.2021
1971 Wales – West Coast, Cardigan Bay, Northern Part NE 11.02.2021
1972 Wales – West Coast, Cardigan Bay, Central Part NE 11.02.2021
2114 International Chart Series, France – South Coast, Ports in the Golfe du Lion NE 11.02.2021
2573 International Chart Series, Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, Al Burullus to Al ‘Arīsh NE 11.02.2021
2574 International Chart Series, Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, Ra’s aḑ Ḑab’ah to Maşabb Dumyāţ (Damietta Mouth) NE 11.02.2021
2681 Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, Approaches to Al Iskandarīyah (Alexandria) and Khalīj Abū Qīr NE 11.02.2021
3400 International Chart Series, Mediterranean Sea, Libya and Egypt, Ra’s al Muraysah to Al Iskandarīyah NE 11.02.2021
3902 Indonesia – Malaysia – Singapore, Malacca Strait, Permatang Sedepa (One Fathom Bank) to Singapore Strait NE 11.02.2021
AUS245 Australia – East Coast, Queensland, Gladstone NE 11.02.2021
AUS246 Australia – East Coast, Queensland, Approaches to Gladstone NE 11.02.2021
Forthcoming Charts to be Withdrawn in Week 06
Chart Number Chart Title Replacement Chart Number
148 England – South Coast, Dodman Point to Looe Bay 148
1105 Mexico – West Coast, Approaches to Guaymas 1105
1160 England – Bristol Channel, Harbours in Somerset and North Devon 1160
1165 England and Wales, Bristol Channel, Worms Head to Watchet 1165
1169 South Wales, Approaches to Porthcawl 1169
1971 Wales – West Coast, Cardigan Bay, Northern Part 1971
1972 Wales – West Coast, Cardigan Bay, Central Part 1972
2114 International Chart Series, France – South Coast, Ports in the Golfe du Lion 2114
2573 International Chart Series, Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, Al Burullus to Al ‘Arīsh 2573
2574 International Chart Series, Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, Râs el Ḍab’a to Maṣabb Dumyâṭ (Damietta Mouth) 2574
2681 Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, Approaches to Al Iskandarīyah (Alexandria) and Khalīj Abū Qīr 2681
3400 International Chart Series, Mediterranean Sea, Libya and Egypt, Ra’s al Muraysah to El Iskandarîya 3400
3902 Indonesia – Malaysia – Singapore, Malacca Strait, Permatang Sedepa (One Fathom Bank) to Singapore Strait 3902
AUS245 Australia – East coast, Queensland, Port of Gladstone AUS245
AUS246 Australia – East Coast. Queensland, Approaches to Gladstone AUS246
AUS126 Australia – South Coast, Plans in South Australia (Sheet 5) Withdrawn
AUS129 Australia – South Coast, South Australia, Approaches to Nepean Bay Withdrawn
AUS139 Australia – South Coast, Plans in South Australia (Sheet 2) Withdrawn

 

Forthcoming New Edition Publications to be Published in Week 06
NP No. Title Date Remarks
NP286(7) ADMIRALTY List of Radio Signals

Pilot Services, Vessel Traffic Services and

Port Operations

Central and South America and the Caribbean

Volume 6 2nd Edition (2021)

 

ISBN No: 978-0-70-774-7071

11/02/2021 Updated to NM Week 51/20

(17/12/20) First updates in NM

week 6/21. 1st Edition (2020) is

cancelled

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