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THE SHIPHANDLER'S GUIDE


Year: 2000
Language: english
Author: Captain R.W. Rowe FNI
Genre: Guide
Publisher: NAUTICAL INSTITUTE
Edition: 2-nd
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Pages count: 176
Description: It is not the intention of this publication to make any attempt at explaining how a ship
is berthed, or unberthed, at specific quays, docks and terminals That is entirely the
concern of the appropriately experienced personnel. The sole objective in each of the
chapters of this ''Shiphandler's Guide'' is to discuss how a ship behaves under certain
circumstances or conditions and to highlight any difficulties that might be
encountered, as an aid to ship handiing anywhere in the world.

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