Week 18 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.
|The Right Way Up – Evolution and use of the Small Vessel Stability Book
[Code: WITH 800]
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.
|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.
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 18|
|3796||United Arab Emirates, Ar Ruways Terminals.||NC||05.05.2022|
|344||China – Zhu Jiang, Shanban Zhou to Nizhou Tou.||NE||05.05.2022|
|348||China – South Coast, Chiwan Gangqu to Dachanwan Gangqu.||NE||05.05.2022|
|902||International Chart Series, The Sound – Denmark, Københavns Havn.||NE||05.05.2022|
|1457||International Chart Series, North Sea, Netherlands, Terschellinger Gronden to Harlingen.||NE||05.05.2022|
|3179||International Chart Series, United Arab Emirates and Qatar, Jazīrat Dās to Ar Ruways.||NE||05.05.2022|
|3220||International Chart Series, Portugal – West Coast, Entrance to Rio Tejo including Baía de Cascais.||NE||05.05.2022|
|3221||International Chart Series, Portugal -West Coast, Lisboa, Paço de Arcos to Terreiro do Trigo.||NE||05.05.2022|
|3413||International Chart Series, Oil and Gas Terminals in Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.||NE||05.05.2022|
|3778||United Arab Emirates, Ar Ruways and Jabal Az̧Z̧annah.||NE||05.05.2022|
|3779||United Arab Emirates, Approaches to Ar Ruways and Jabal Az̧ Z̧annah.||NE||05.05.2022|
|3780||United Arab Emirates, Outer Approaches to Ar Ruways and Jabal Az̧ Z̧annah.||NE||5.05.2022|
|4124||Hong Kong, China, Deep Bay.||NE||05.05.2022|
|Forthcoming Charts to be Withdrawn in Week 18|
|Chart Number||Chart Title||Replacement Chart Number|
|344||China – Zhu Jiang, Shanban Zhou to Nizhou Tou.||344|
|348||China – South Coast, Chiwan Gangqu to Dachanwan Gangqu.||348|
|902||International Chart Series, The Sound – Denmark, Københavns Havn.||902|
|1457||International Chart Series, North Sea, Netherlands, Terschellinger Gronden to Harlingen.||1457|
|3179||International Chart Series, United Arab Emirates and Qatar, Jazīrat Dās to Ar Ruways.||3179|
|3220||International Chart Series, Portugal – West Coast, Entrance to Rio Tejo including Baía de Cascais.||3220|
|3221||International Chart Series, Portugal -West Coast, Lisboa, Paço de Arcos to Terreiro do Trigo.||3221|
|3413||International Chart Series, Oil and Gas Terminals in Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.||3413|
|3778||United Arab Emirates, Ar Ruways and Jabal Az̧Z̧annah.||3778|
|3779||United Arab Emirates, Approaches to Ar Ruways and Jabal Az̧Z̧annah.||3779|
|3780||United Arab Emirates, Outer Approaches to Ar Ruways and Jabal Az̧Z̧annah.||3780|
|4124||Hong Kong, China, Deep Bay.||4124|
|Forthcoming New Edition Publications to be Published in Week 18|
|NP75||ADMIRALTY List of Lights and Fog Signals
Southern and Eastern Sides of the North Sea Including the Coast of
Norway to latitude 60̊55’N
Volume B 3rd Edition (2022)ISBN Number: 978-0-70-772-4447
|05/05/2022||Updated to Week 12/2022). First
Updates in NM Week 17/2022.Volume B 2nd Edition (2021) is cancelled.
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