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Casualty Management Guidelines, 2012

The Nautical Institute and the International Salvage Union have produced these comprehensive practical guidelines to help seafarers during a casualty when demands can be confusing, contradictory, unclear or a combination of all three. Masters and crew members are told what to expect from people or organisations that might be involved as the casualty unfolds.

 

ISBN: 978-1-906915-39-1
0336
Cena: 163.94 PLN (+8.20 PLN VAT)
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Casualty Management Guidelines, 2012
 
 

From Paper Charts to ECDIS- 2nd Edition, 2013

Everything you need to understand in order to manage this fundamental change from navigating by paper charts to navigating by ECDIS is covered. This theoretical knowledge is made real through contributions from sea-going members of The Nautical Institute who have been using electronic charts for some time. Unsurprisingly, many of these contributions relate to training.

 

ISBN: 978-1-906915-17-9
0350
Cena: 163.94 PLN (+8.20 PLN VAT)
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From Paper Charts to ECDIS- 2nd Edition, 2013
 
 

Coping with Piracy - Handbook 2013

The first handbook in The Nautical Institute's maritime security suite complements the author's 2012 book Maritime Security: a practical guide. It takes the same practical approach to preparation and training before entering a high risk area, self-protection measures while within it and survival strategies if taken hostage.

 

 

ISBN: 978-1-906915-46-9
0342
Cena: 163.94 PLN (+8.20 PLN VAT)
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Coping with Piracy - Handbook 2013
 
 

Polar Ship Operations - A Practical Guide, 2012

Interest in the polar regions is growing as the season for accessing these remote and hostile areas is lengthening. Operating ships within any ice regime requires knowledge, skills and different awareness beyond that of many mariners. Multi-year and glacial ice are much harder than first-year ice and there is little assistance available, so mariners must be self-sufficient. Captain Snider brings the full benefit of his extensive experience in polar shipping and as a highly qualified ice navigator to describe the human, technical, environmental and operational challenges of the polar regions. This is a hard, unforgiving environment which requires diligence and deliberation in the planning and execution of voyages, as set out in this book.

 

ISBN : 978-1-906915-18-6
0330

 

Cena: 218.59 PLN (+10.93 PLN VAT)
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Polar Ship Operations - A Practical Guide, 2012
 
 

Work of the Harbourmaster 3rd Ed, 2012

The book is linked to the Institute's self-study scheme leading to a Harbour Master's Certificate. It explains the different responsibilities that vary between ports and shows, from the experience of Harbour Masters from different types of ports all over the world, examples of what new entrants to the industry may encounter. Different aspects of the role are examined, largely following the course of a vessel as it approaches port until she berths, including the commercial pressures that may be brought to bear. It is an ideal bridging course for those thinking of a career move ashore.

 

ISBN : 978-1-906915-02-5
0332

 

Cena: 218.59 PLN (+10.93 PLN VAT)
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Work of the Harbourmaster 3rd Ed, 2012
 
 

The Shipmaster's Business Self-Examiner - 9th Edition

This popular guide to the ever-increasing jungle of maritime regulation and procedures is written by a former Shipmaster and ex-maritime college lecturer with over 25 years experience in preparing students for MCA examinations. Designed primarily as a study aid for Master's Orals, the book is also used by OOW and Chief Mate students and has drawn the praises of many successful Orals candidates in the UK and overseas.

Now a standard reference volume in nautical college libraries, widely used in classrooms, a handy reference for serving Shipmasters, for ships' libraries, useful to shore superintendents, ship operators and all who want to keep up to date with the frequent and bewildering changes in merchant ship regulation and commercial practice. More than 3,600 and answers are set out in nine logically-arranged sections.

Cena: 218.59 PLN (+10.93 PLN VAT)
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The Shipmaster's Business Self-Examiner - 9th Edition
 
 

Mentoring at Sea – the 10 minute challenge

This practical guide sets the 10 minute challenge for potential mentors and candidates to identify concerns and practical solutions. Examples progress from the simple thought of the Master spending a few minutes with each of his watchkeeping officers daily to second or third officers bringing the vessel to anchor, or picking up a pilot, under the Master’s supervision.

 

ISBN:978 1 906915 39 1
Year Published: 2012
Cena: 191.27 PLN (+9.56 PLN VAT)
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Mentoring at Sea – the 10 minute challenge
 
 

Numerical Weather Prediction

Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP) has significantly improved the accuracy of weather forecasts and enabled the development of services specifically for mariners, including routeing advice and forecasts as ECDIS overlays. But do mariners know enough about NWP and its limitations to rely on it for safe operations? Can they get the most out of it if they don’t understand how it works?

This practical guide answers those questions by opening up the technology that now forms the basis of all modern weather forecasts so that mariners can recognise when they are being presented with NWP, establish its source and the characteristics and performance of the particular NWP model and make informed judgements on suitability and use. Based on that understanding, the guide demonstrates how mariners can evaluate the added value of the many digital weather products and services on offer and also create their own forecasts using freely available NWP sources and free viewers.

 

ISBN: 978 1 906915 40 7
Year Published: 2013
Cena: 191.27 PLN (+9.56 PLN VAT)
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Numerical Weather Prediction
 
 

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