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A Guide to Ship Handling / The best seamanship

Year: 2009
Language: english
Author: Japan Captains' Association (JCA)
Genre: Guide
Publisher: International Mariners Management Association of Japan (IMMAJ)
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Number of pages: 187
Description: Dear friend, On behalf of the Administrative Committee of the JSU Welfare Fund, please allow us to express our sincere greetings to our non-domiciled special members onboard the vessels, covered by JSU Collective Agreements. This guidebook was designed for training seafarers and fostering their successors. It is crucial process for maritime industry to hand down well-experienced navigation skill to the future International shipping in order to make a significant contribution to the future development and to foster competent seafarers. It is also an asset for maritime industry which should be handed over. However, in the context of the circumstance of the education for seafarers and the initiation of maritime skill, it is not necessarily to say that it is definitely sufficient for us to take advantage of an opportunity to be instructed by well-experienced and competent officers at sea.
In view of this issue, I firmly believe that this book will be effectively-utilized for training and developing of future seafarers, and will make meaningful contributions to these efforts.
Finally, we would like to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to everyone involved in this project, especially the International Mariners Management Association of Japan.
Best regards.
Данное руководство, изданное Японской Ассоциацией Капитанов, дает рекомендации по управлению крупнотоннажными судами в различных условиях плавания.


Maneuvering Capability of Ships
1.1 Rudder
1.2 Fundamental Maneuvering Characteristics
1.3 Turning Circle Maneuver
1.4 Ship Maneuver Tests
1.5 Speed Control
2.1 General
2.2 Parameters Related to Shallow Waters
2.3 Shallow-Water Effects
2.4 Effects of Narrow Channels
3.1 Anchoring
3.2 Berthing
4.1 Ship Handling in Following and Quartering Seas
4.2 Ship Handling in Head and Bow Seas
5.1 Meteorological Phenomena in Waters Neighboring Japan
5.2 Avoiding Tropical Storms (Typhoons)
4.1 Maneuverability of Very Large Ships
4-2 Maneuverability of Pure Car Carriers (PCCs) - Wind Effects
Maritime Traffic Safety Law
Port Regulations Law
I-pical Signals and Shapes
p -nese Law and Recommended Practices)
V -jor Fishing Areas and Types of Fishing
Topical Fishing Methods & Gear
T pical Inland Sea Fishing Methods
r tage Districts in Japan


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