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Australian Chart & Publication Maintenance Handbook AHP24

Year: 2017
Language: english
Author: Brett Brace Commodore, RAN Hydrographer of Australia
Genre: Handbook
Publisher: Australian Hydrographic Service
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 70
Description: The Australian Chart and Publication Maintenance Handbook provides information to assist mariners to maintain navigational chart outfits (both paper and electronic) and nautical publications. This book will also assist the mariner to maintain appropriate records suitable for an external inspection.
National and international regulations governing Safety Of Life At Sea (SOLAS) and other commercial vessels, all require up to date nautical charts and publications. These regulations all recognise that, unlike a topographic map, a mariner can only see a small fraction of the features and dangers that lie ahead, as the remainder are submerged. Therefore, mariners need to place a much higher degree of faith in their chart than a navigator on land. This faith must not be misplaced.



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