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July 29, 2021

Voyager News, New Editions

Week 30 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

Witherbys – Ship Automation for Marine Engineers and ETOs
Recommended for all vesselsWritten by an industry expert, this publication covers every essential aspect of onboard automated systems. This second edition has been fully updated to include advances in marine automation and the wide variety of modern electrical appliances. It describes the features of different onboard circuits and the essential maintenance tasks to help prevent malfunctions and breakdowns. It also demonstrates how to approach troubleshooting in an efficient manner so that beginners in electrical engineering can quickly gain a level of proficiency, and professionals may greatly enhance their troubleshooting skills.

The guide illustrates with circuit diagrams, component schematics and case study photographs taken on board during modern fleet inspections.

This guide will benefit:

•           Management level marine engineers

•           Operational level marine engineers

•           ETOs at any level of professionalism

•           Engineering cadets

•           Electrical engineering cadets.

Seafarer Workforce Report – The global supply and demand for seafarers in 2021
Recommended for all vessels Prepared by BIMCO and ICS, this comprehensive report details the global seafarer workforce supply and demand situation. With contributions from national maritime administrations, shipping companies, maritime education and training institutions and industry experts, this report is considered to be an essential tool for those tasked with developing crewing and training strategies.

The 2021 edition contains:

•    Detailed estimates of the current supply and demand for seafarers for the world fleet, including country-specific figures.

•    Details of the demographic composition of the supply of seafarers.

•    Forward projections for the likely supply and demand situations over the next five years.

•    Identification of various maritime training, recruitment and retention trends and their potential consequences.

To order, contact our Customer Service Team
New Editions for pre-ordering
Witherbys – Passage Planning Guide – English Channel, Dover Strait and Southern North Sea
Recommended for maritime industryThe 2021 edition has been fully revised and updated with assistance from serving deep-sea pilots and leading industry organisations. It now includes guidance covering German Bight.

This Passage Planning Guide provides up-to-date information for the safe and controlled transit of ships through the English Channel, Dover Strait and Southern North Sea, covering passages to and from:

•           MAAS/Rotterdam

•           Sunk/Thames

•           Wandelaar/Schelde

•           Elbe/Weser/Jade.

The Guide will be a valuable source of reference at every stage of the passage (appraisal, planning, execution and monitoring). It highlights aids to navigation, traffic separation schemes, distinctive chart features, traffic hotspots, potential hazards, etc, which are essential considerations for a controlled and safe passage.

Operational Level Stability for Deck & Engineer Officers
Recommended for all vesselsWritten by B.J.Wardle, this brand new title has been written to meet the needs of students who may be studying in their spare time at home or sea or attending nautical schools before undertaking marine examinations for career advancement.

This books covers all earning out comes regarding stability contained in the 2014 Editions of:

IMO Model Course 7.03, Officer in Charge of a Navigation Watch
IMO Model Course 7.04, Officer in Charge of an Engineering Watch

Management Level Stability
Recommended for all vesselsWritten by B.J.Wardle, this brand new title has been written to meet the needs of students who may be studying in their spare time at home or sea or attending nautical schools before undertaking marine examinations for career advancement.

This books covers all earning out comes regarding stability contained in the 2014 Editions of:

IMO Model Course 7.01, Master and Chief Mate
IMO Model Course 7.02, Chief Engineer Officer and Second Engineer Officer

Witherbys – Passage Planning Guide: Great Barrier Reef and Torres Strait
(PPG – GBRTS)
Recommended for vessels transiting Great Barrier Reef & Torres StaitsThis publication has been revised to incorporate the latest guidance and practical advice for ships transiting the Great Barrier Reef and Torres Strait. It offers additional clarity on subjects such as maximum draught and UKC requirements and Australian MARPOL areas. Published in conjunction with Australian Reef Pilots and Maritime Industry Australia, this is a reliable resource for any crew navigating the region.

This publication is also designed to be used as part of the ship’s pre-entry procedures and as a tool for refreshing the bridge team each time the ship is planning a passage through the GBRTS. An improved presentation of pull-out chartlets allow the book to be used in real time, giving the navigator an overview that can be lost on ships where the primary means of navigation is ECDIS. Updated traffic information and case studies based on accident reports are effective in illustrating best navigational procedures.

North – The Mariner’s Role in Collecting Evidence Handbook, A Guide to Good Practice
Recommended for all vesselsThis publication, now in its second edition, guides mariners on collecting, pre-serving and reporting on various types of factual evidence relevant to incidents and accidents on board ship. All evidence types are contextualised through incidents involving people, cargo, hull and machinery, commercial disputes, pollution, and the ship itself. Chapters are supplemented by procedural checklists relevant to the evidence required.

This publication also equips readers with the knowledge necessary to demonstrate a ship’s compliance, improve shipboard operations and determine liability when pursuing or defending a claim. Evidence checklists cover areas such as personal illness and performance warranty disputes, meaning crew are prepared for various eventualities. Detail is given on digital evidence types, explaining the practical use of electronic devices such as ECDIS and mobile phones. The publication guides readers on good reporting practice and time management, so that all evidence can be handled sensitively and without delay.

To pre-order New Editions, contact our Customer Service Team

 

OUTFIT MANAGEMENT TABLE
Forthcoming New Admiralty Charts/New Edition Charts to be Published in in Week 30
Chart

Title

Chart Title NE/NC Date
354 International Chart Series, Italy – West Coast, Port of Genova West NE 29.07.2021
355 International Chart Series, Italy – West Coast, Port of Genova East Part NE 29.07.2021
723 China – Yellow Sea, Approaches to Lianyungang NE 29.07.2021
1183 International Chart Series, England – East Coast, Thames Estuary NE 29.07.2021
1221 China – Bo Hai, Jinzhou Gang and Approaches NE 29.07.2021
1754 China – East China Sea, Mazu Liedao to Dongtou Liedao NE 29.07.2021
2434 Colombia – North Coast, Bahía de Cartagena NE 29.07.2021
2647 International Chart Series, France – North Coast, Ile d’Ouessant to Ile de Batz NE 29.07.2021
2920 United States – East Coast, Chesapeake Bay, New Point Comfort to Point No Point NE 29.07.2021
3449 China – Taiwan Strait, Approaches to Xiamen Gang NE 29.07.2021
NZ6422 New Zealand, South Island – East Coast, Approaches to Timaru NE 29.07.2021
Forthcoming Charts to be Withdrawn in Week 30
Chart Number Chart Title Replacement Chart Number
354 International Chart Series, Italy – West Coast, Port of Genova West Part 354
355 International Chart Series, Italy – West Coast, Port of Genova East Part 355
723 China – Yellow Sea, Approaches to Lianyungang 723
1183 International Chart Series, England – East Coast, Thames Estuary 1183
1221 China – Bo Hai, Jinzhou Gang and Approaches 1221
1754 China – East China Sea, Mazu Liedao to Dongtou Liedao 1754
2434 Colombia – North Coast, Bahía de Cartagena 2434
2647 International Chart Series, France – North Coast, Ile D’Ouessant to Ile De Batz 2647
2920 United States – East Coast, Chesapeake Bay, New Point Comfort to Point No Point 2920
3449 China – Taiwan Strait, Approaches to Xiamen Gang 3449
NZ6422 New Zealand, South Island – East Coast, Approaches to Timaru NZ6422
3319 England – East Coast, River Thames, Tower Bridge to Teddington Withdrawn
Forthcoming New Edition Publications to be Published in Week 30
NP No. Title Date Remarks
NP46 &

e-NP46

ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions

Mediterranean Pilot

Volume 2

17th Edition (2021)

 

ISBN No: 978-0-70-774-5947

29/07/2021 Updated to NM Week 17/21 (29/04/21).

First updates in NM week 30/21. NP46

Edition 16 (2018) is cancelled

NP86 ADMIRALTY List of Lights and Fog Signals

Volume N East Mediterranean and Black Seas

2nd Edition (2021)

 

ISBN No: 978-0-70-772-4331

29/07/2021 Updated to Week 25/21 (24/06/2021).

First Updates in NM Week 30/2021.

Volume N Edition 1 (2020) is cancelled

 

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