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April 15, 2022

Voyager News, New Editions

Week 16 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.

Witherbys – ECDIS Passage Planning and Watchkeeping, 2022 Edition
[Code: WITH 313/ WITH 313-EB] 


Recommended for all vesselsThis edition sets out procedures for the correct configuration of ECDIS and, utilising the APEM methodology, highlights best practices for passage planning and watchkeeping.This publication equips navigators with a thorough knowledge of ECDIS, contributing towards safer ship operation/navigation and amore effective bridge team.

It encourages operators to practise the use of every function and technique available on ECDIS, such as setting correct safety depths and safety contours, as well as understanding topics such as scale minimum (SCAMIN) and alarm management.

IMO – IAMSAR Vol I
[Code: IMO 960E/ IMO 960E-EB]
Essential for all vessels in hardcopy format 

The *Organization and Management* volume discusses the global search and rescue (SAR) system concept, establishment and improvement of national and regional SAR systems, and cooperation with neighboring States to provide effective and economical SAR services.

IMO – IAMSAR Vol II
[Code: IMO 961E/ IMO 961E-EB]
Essential for all vessels in hardcopy format 

The *Mission Coordination* volume assists personnel who plan and coordinate SAR operations and exercises.

IMO – IAMSAR Vol III
[Code: IMO 962E/ IMO 962E-EB]
Essential for all vessels in hardcopy format 

The *Mobile Facilities* volume is intended to be carried on board rescue units, aircraft and vessels to help with the performance of a search, rescue or on-scene coordinator function and with aspects of search and rescue that pertain to their own emergencies.

On Board Training Record Book for Electro-Technical Officers (ETO Cadets)
[Code: ISF 505]
Recommended for all Ship Owners, Managers, and ETO cadets 

This edition helps shipowners and managers ensure compliance with international regulations and helps ETO cadets understand the training required to develop their skills and competencies. It can also be used by training academies, administrations and insurers as a universal and standard approach to tracking ETO cadet training and career development.This edition features:

  • Structured tasks and competencies to meet STCW assessment requirements;
  • Additional tasks concerning safety at work and protection of the environment; and

Examples of written projects cadets can undertake as part of their training.

 

New Editions for pre-ordering
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.

Benchmarking Bulk Carriers
[Code: WITH 505]
Recommended for all Bulk Carrier and their owners 

The INTERCARGO Benchmarking Report provides a detailed analysis of the global dry bulk cargo fleet, reporting on performance and trends across many sectors of the industry.The Benchmarking Report is one of INTERCARGO’s initiatives in its pursuit of a safe, efficient, high quality and environmentally friendly dry cargo shipping industry.

The Right Way Up – Evolution and use of the Small Vessel Stability Book
Recommended for small vessels 

This 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.It will also enable Code examiners and surveyors to understand the reasoning behind the requirements of Section 11 and to exercise intelligent judgement on the continuing safe relationship between a ship’s Stability Book and the ship’s condition during inspections.

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.

To pre-order New Editions, simply email us at customerservices@voyagerww.com, or contact your preferred Voyager Worldwide office here.

 

OUTFIT MANAGEMENT TABLE
Forthcoming New Admiralty Charts/New Edition Charts to be Published in Week 16
Chart

Title

Chart Title NE/NC Date
29 Brazil – South Coast, Porto de Santos. NE 21.04.2022
104 International Chart Series, England – East Coast, Approaches to the Humber Traffic Separation Scheme. NE 21.04.2022
111 England – East Coast, Berwick-Upon-Tweed to the Farne Islands. NE 21.04.2022
160 Scotland and England – East Coast, Saint Abb’s Head to the Farne Islands. NE 21.04.2022
343 China – South Coast, Zhujiang Kou. NE 21.04.2022
349 China – Zhujiang Kou, Nansha Gangqu. NE 21.04.2022
1316 China – Yellow Sea, Weihai Gang and Approaches. NE 21.04.2022
2002 Brazil – Southern Coast, Porto do Rio Grande. NE 21.04.2022
2218 International Chart Series, Baltic Sea – Gulf of Finland, Helsinki. NE 21.04.2022
2219 International Chart Series, Baltic Sea – Gulf of Finland, Vuosaari. NE 21.04.2022
3818 International Chart Series, Baltic Sea – Gulf of Finland, Approaches to Helsinki. NE 21.04.2022
4404 International Chart Series, North Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Maine to Strait of Belle Isle including Gulf of Saint Lawrence. NE 21.04.2022
4748 Canada, Nova Scotia/Nouvelle-Écosse, Halifax to/à Sydney. NE 21.04.2022
5604_5 Jersey to Saint-Malo. NE 21.04.2022
5604_6 South West Approaches to Jersey. NE 21.04.2022
Forthcoming Charts to be Withdrawn in Week 16
Chart Number Chart Title Replacement Chart Number
29 Brazil – South Coast, Porto De Santos. 29
104 International Chart Series, England – East Coast, Approaches to the Humber Traffic Separation Scheme. 104
111 England – East Coast, Berwick-Upon-Tweed to the Farne Islands. 111
160 Scotland and England – East Coast, Saint Abb’s Head to the Farne Islands. 160
343 China – South Coast, Zhujiang Kou. 343
349 China – Zhujiang Kou, Nansha Gangqu. 349
1316 China – Yellow Sea, Weihai Gang and Approaches. 1316
2002 Brazil – Southern Coast, Porto do Rio Grande. 2002
2218 International Chart Series, Baltic Sea – Gulf of Finland, Helsinki 2218
2219 International Chart Series, Baltic Sea – Gulf of Finland, Vuosaari. 2219
3818 International Chart Series, Baltic Sea – Gulf of Finland, Approaches to Helsinki. 3818
4404 International Chart Series, North Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Maine to Strait of Belle Isle including Gulf of Saint Lawrence. 4404
4748 Canada, Nova Scotia/Nouvelle-Écosse, Halifax to/à Sydney. 4748
5604_5 Jersey to Saint-Malo. 5604_5
5604_6 South West Approaches to Jersey. 5604_6
Forthcoming New Edition Publications to be Published in Week 16
NP No. Title Date Remarks
NP37&

e-NP37

ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions

West Coast of England and Wales Pilot

21st Edition (2022)

 

ISBN No: 978-0-70-774-7569

21/04/2022 Updated to NM Week 03/22

(20/01/22). First updates in NM week 16/22.

 

NP37 Edition 20 (2019)

is cancelled

 

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