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Admiralty Digital Catalogue - Your Guide
 
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Admiralty Digital Catalogue
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2 Limits of Admiralty Charts Indexes
 
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Admiralty Catalogue VT raw files
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Menentukan Peta untuk Berlayar,  Chart Catalogue
 
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"Admiralty Product & Service Catalogue" atau sering disebut oleh pelaut pada umumnya dengan sebutan "Chart Catalogue". Ini merupakan salah satu kitab pegangan Mualim II yang vital guna menentukan peta apa saja yang dibutuhkan untuk berlayar dari pelabuhan tolak hingga pelabuhan tiba. Serta buku/publikasi apa saja yang diperlukan untuk sumber informasi dalam pelayarannya tersebut. Perlu Anda mengenal dan memahami tentunya buat adik-adik taruna dan pelaut pemula sebagai bekal pengetahuan dimana kelak dikemudian hari bisa dipraktekkan saat menjadi Mualim II.
ADC - 3| How To Update Admiralty Digital Catalogues
 
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The ADMIRALTY Digital Catalogue (ADC) provides a comprehensive and up-to-date reference of ADMIRALTY Maritime Data Solutions, including Standard Nautical Charts and Nautical Publications, as well as AVCS, ARCS, ADMIRALTY ECDIS Services and T&P NMs. Users can search for these products by type, scale or a defined route, with weekly updates available online to keep you fully up-to-date For other parts, check this link https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFiqpx8mj-wCRO6XXEwW1Y0BStoQgoMFw IG: https://www.instagram.com/avior1986 Official Page: https://fb.me/aviorish Private Message: https://m.me/aviorish Whatsapp: https://chat.whatsapp.com/8XlNL7RznG8EgYdQXgIiDe Chat on YouTube: https://youtu.be/join/ct-rQSkiks0T84 https://ww.youtube.com/user/aviorish
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1 Table Contents
 
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Admiralty Catalogue VT raw files
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Tutorial - Admiralty Digital Catalogue
 
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Hướng dẫn sử dụng phần mềm quản lý hải đồ http://www.ukho.gov.uk/ProductsandServices/ADCatalogue/Pages/Home.aspx
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Notice to Mariners
 
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Explains various types of notice to mariners and how to use them. www.glasgowmaritimeacademy.com
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How to Read Navigation Charts
 
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The interpretation of a nautical charts is explained.
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Ocean Routeing Charts
 
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Contents of Ocean routeing Charts for various ocean regions. www.glasgowmaritimeacademy.com
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Measuring miles on a nautical chart
 
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How to measure distance on a nautical chart.
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Sea Master Training Centre - Chart Familiarisation
 
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Description of an Admiralty Leisure Chart
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Chart Correction
 
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Polaris Centre - Part of Familiarization for 2nd Mate. You will learn correction of charts in a very systematic manner so as to complete the correction simultaneously and quickly.
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10   reading  the nautical charts types and scales
 
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Here are the different types and scales of charts: Sailing charts, where the scale is 1:500,000 and smaller, are used for offshore navigation beyond sight of land. The general charts have a scale of 1:150,000 - 1:500,000, and give wide-ranging offshore coverage with sufficient inshore detail to make landfall sightings easy. Fisheries charts use these scales. The coastal chart uses a scale of 1:50,000 - 1:150,000, and is used to show uninterrupted wide-ranging coverage with adequate inshore detail to make landfall sightings easy. Fisheries charts also use these scales. The approach chart has a scale of 1:15,000 - 1:50,000, and is used for approaching coasts where great detail is required. Harbour charts, which have a scale is1:5,000 - 1:15,000, are used for navigation in harbors or intricate, hazardous, shoal-infested waters. Bar Scales: a bar scale is a graphic scale represented by a line or a bar that is subdivided into nautical miles, feet, or meters. This bar is used for measuring distances on the chart. Elevation Contours: these are lines connecting points of equal elevation. They are a graphical way of showing the shape and slope of hills and mountains that might be helpful in identifying them on the chart. Once identified, they can help identify your location on the water.
What is ADMIRALTY CHART? What does ADMIRALTY CHART mean? ADMIRALTY CHART meaning & explanation
 
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What is ADMIRALTY CHART? What does ADMIRALTY CHART mean? ADMIRALTY CHART meaning - ADMIRALTY CHART definition - ADMIRALTY CHART explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Admiralty charts are nautical charts issued by the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) and subject to Crown Copyright. Over 3,500 Standard Nautical Charts (SNCs) and 14,000 Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) are available with the Admiralty portfolio offering the widest official coverage of international shipping routes and ports, in varying detail. Admiralty charts have been produced by UKHO for over 200 years, with the primary aim of saving and protecting lives at sea. The core market for these charts includes over 40,000 defence and merchant ships globally. Today, their products are used by over 90% of ships trading internationally. The scale of the charts can vary according to purpose; large-scale charts often cover approaches to harbours, such as Port Approach Guides, medium-scale charts often cover frequently used coastal areas, and small-scale charts are regularly used for navigation in more open areas. A series of small craft charts are also available at even smaller scales. Admiralty charts include information on: depths (chart datum), coastline, buoyage, land and underwater contour lines, seabed composition, hazards, tidal information (indicated by "tidal diamonds"), prominent land features, traffic separation schemes radio direction finding (RDF) information, lights, and other information to assist in navigation. Passage charts at smaller scales use the Mercator projection, so that bearings can be directly transferred between charts, although allowances for magnetic variation and magnetic deviation must be considered for accuracy The straight lines drawn on the Mercator projection represent lines of constant bearing; in reality, these lines are not straight but are segments of a three-dimensional “loxodromic” spiral, or rhumb line. In contrast, coastal charts use the transverse Mercator projection, in order to depict the shape of the shoreline with greater accuracy. Admiralty charts are issued by the UKHO for a variety of users; Standard Nautical Charts (SNCs) are issued to mariners subject to the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) convention , while chart folios, at a convenient A2 size, are produced for leisure users. Alongside its paper charts, UKHO produces an expanding range of digital products to fulfil the impending compulsory carriage requirements of ECDIS/ENCs, as issued by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). The digital range comprises Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) for use with an Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS), which can be displayed and interrogated through Admiralty Vector Chart Service (AVCS). The range also includes Admiralty Raster Chart Service (ARCS), which allows paper nautical charts to be viewed in raster form on an ECDIS. Due to the changing nature of the seabed and other charted features, chart users’ information must be up-to-date to maintain accuracy and general safety. This is ensured by UKHO through continually assessing hydrographic data for vital safety information, with urgent updates issued via weekly Notices to Mariners (NMs).
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5 Extracting Area Charts
 
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Admiralty Catalogue VT raw files
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Sailing Navigation Chart Symbols You Need to Know!
 
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Which sailing navigation symbols can help you keep your small sailboat in safe water, provide you with instant orientation and backup the "black box" navigation in case of signal failure? Start with these easy-to-learn light symbol secrets for safer sailing on the waters of the world. Captain John with 25+ years of experience shows you the no-nonsense cruising skills you need for safer sailing worldwide. Visit his website at www.skippertips.com and sign up for his highly popular Sailing Tip of the Week. Discover how you can gain instant access to hundreds of sailing articles, videos, FREE e-Books and much more!
An overview of Notices to Mariners and how to use them
 
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How to update your ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Charts using ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariners.
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Catalog Of Band Charts
 
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3 Extracting Planning Charts
 
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Admiralty Catalogue VT raw files
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Ordering AVCS ENCs in ADMIRALTY e-Navigator Planning Station v3.1 using a removable drive
 
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This film explains how to order ADMIRALTY Vector Chart Service (AVCS) ENCs in ADMIRALTY e-Navigator Planning Station version 3.1, and then transfer those permits to an ECDIS using a removable drive.
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Introduction-to-Marine-Charts-Part 1.FLV
 
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A quick introduction to selecting and reading marine charts
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INT Chart web catalogue
 
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설명INT Chart web catalogue
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4 Extracting Worlds General Chart 3500
 
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Admiralty Catalogue VT raw files
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ADMIRALTY DIGITAL CHART KATALOGU ÜZERİNDEN ECDIS HARITA ISTEK
 
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ADMIRALTY Vector Chart Service
 
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The world's most chosen Electronic Navigational Chart (ENC) service, helping ships to navigate on ECDIS whilst meeting Flag and Port State requirements.
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ADMIRALTY Vector Chart Service (AVCS)
 
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The ADMIRALTY Vector Chart Service (AVCS) is the world’s leading digital maritime chart service, with over 14,000 official Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) to help bridge crews navigate safely and efficiently whilst meeting Flag and Port State requirements.​ Find out more here: http://www.admiralty.co.uk/AVCS
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Applying an NM block to an ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Charts
 
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This short film shows you to how to apply an NM block onto an ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Chart.
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Chart Navigation (Chart Plotting Part 1)
 
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The steps for using a chart to fix your position, determine the dead reckoning, finding set and drift, course made good, and speed made good.
Downloading chart data in ADMIRALTY e-Navigator Planning Station v3.2 using a removable drive
 
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This in-depth film shows you how to download chart data in ADMIRALTY e-Navigator Planning Station version 3.2, by using a removable drive
Views: 1365 AdmiraltyTV
Deleting a buoy and description on an ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Chart
 
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This short film shows you how to delete a buoy on an ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Chart.
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Nautical Chart Software
 
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Links and stuff can be found here http://hopelessfisherman.co.nz/2017/02/nz-nautical-charts-viewer/
Sea charts for coastal navigation
 
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This video is a basic introduction to sea charts. We will go through how to read depths and bridge heights, plot magnetic and true courses from the compass rose using a parallel ruler and how to measure distance in nautical miles. In particular detail is information on converting from magnetic to true and from true to magnetic. This is on of the fundamental skills required for coastal navigation.
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Inserting a note onto an ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Chart
 
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This short film shows you how to insert a note onto an ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Chart.
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Updating your Catalogue and Permits using the internet
 
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This film will show you how update catalogues and permits for ADMIRALTY Passage Planner, ADMIRALTY e-Navigator Planning Station and the ADMIRALTY e-NP reader using the internet.
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An explanation of equipment and tools used when updating an ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Chart
 
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This short film shows you the tools you will need, and how to use them, when updating ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Charts using ADMIRALTY Notices to Mariners.
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Amending the range of a light onto an ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Chart
 
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This short film shows you how to amend the range of a light, on an ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Chart.
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How to read charts
 
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Common features on nautical charts explained. See all our training videos at http://www.abcboating.com/videos.php
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Viewing a book in the ADMIRALTY e-Nautical Publications (e-NPs) Reader
 
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This short film explains how to view a book in the ADMIRALTY e-Nautical Publications (e-NPs) Reader
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Deleting a light, description and sector on an ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Chart
 
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This short film shows you how to delete alight, description and sector on an ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Chart.
Views: 1014 AdmiraltyTV
Chart Symbols & Abbreviations
 
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A short demo of "Chart Symbols & Abbreviations", an app for iPhones, iPads and Android devices. "Chart Symbols & Abbreviations" provides easy to find, detailed reference to all the symbols used on International Marine Charts. There are five main sections in this app, each with sub-sections organized into categories to guide users through the hundreds of symbols used on nautical charts. 1. General - an introductory section about how to read and interpret a nautical chart. 2. Topographic symbols - landmarks, ports, coastal land features etc. 3. Hydrographic symbols - tides, currents, depths, the nature of the seabed etc. 4. Navigation aids and services - lights, buoys, fog signals, radar and radio, services etc. 5. Index and abbreviations - designed to enable the user to find specific chart symbols quickly and easily. The app includes the supplementary national symbols used on US and UK nautical charts. There is BONUS section on emergency procedures taken from the app "Safe Skipper", also produced by The Other Hat, with advice and information on everything from firefighting to coping with engine failure, a holed hull or a medical emergency. "Chart Symbols & Abbreviations" is available on iTunes and Google Play. Follow "Safe Skipper" on Twitter Find out more about nautical apps at www.theotherhat.biz
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MIKE21 SW Tutorial 1/? ¦ Georeferencing an admiralty chart
 
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Part 1 of the MIKE21 Tutorial where we are going to learn how to georeference an admiralty chart to use it later in the model.
17   reading  the nautical charts depths and dangers
 
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On the nautical chart you will also see: Depths including: soundings,depths in fairways and areas, depth contours, types of seabed and intertidal areas. Dangers including: rocks, wrecks and obstructions.
Creating a certificate in the ADMIRALTY e-Nautical Publications (e-NPs) Reader
 
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This short film explains how to create a certificate in the ADMIRALTY e-Nautical Publications (e-NPs) Reader
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Moving a light beacon on an ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Chart
 
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This short film shows you how to move a light on an ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Chart.
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How to "Read" a Lighthouse on a Nautical Chart
 
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Captain John with 25+ years of experience shows you the no-nonsense cruising skills you need for safer sailing worldwide. Visit his website at https://www.skippertips.com and sign up for his highly popular Sailing Tip of the Week. Discover how you can gain instant access to hundreds of sailing articles, videos, FREE e-Books and much more!
Requesting updates for ADMIRALTY e-Nautical Publications (e-NPs) over the internet NMs and catalogue
 
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This short film explains how to request updates for ADMIRALTY e-Nautical Publications (e-NPs) over the internet (NMs and catalogue)
Views: 957 AdmiraltyTV
PAPER CHART MAINTENANCE RECORD
 
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Traditional Nautical Chart Navigation - Course P.S.C.
 
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Learn how to plot a course per standard compass on a paper nautical chart from the experts at U.S. Captains Training. Captain Neil Smith demonstrates finding points using the longitude and latitude scales, taking proper measurement on the compass rose with parallel rules, and converting degrees True to Compass. Practice along on a 1983 Block Island Sound chart to prepare for your upcoming U.S. Captains Training class and test.
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