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Thailand Thailand Vietnam Vietnam. News Events Publications. User name: Please enter a user name Password: Stay signed in on this computer. Forgotten password. To register for access to Technical Literature and Manuals, please click Subscribe. Call me back. Search for:. Discover more Brands A-Z index References. How to find us Explore Global Network. Each one is actually a unique analog animation first photographed frame by frame on 35 mm film, and then optically transferred to 16 mm film.
On the set, 16 mm projectors were installed behind each computer screen. In this way readouts could be projected behind each screen using the well-established technique of rear projection:. Dozens of monitors and screens would be incorporated into the shipboard environment to present these visual graphics, which were rear-projected from points of concealment within the set.
Shay and Duncan, 82, Trumbull elaborates on the animation process in an essay published in the June issue of American Cinematographer 3 :. We terminated work with the local animation camera service, set up our own 35mm Mitchell camera with stop-motion motor, and with the help of a very talented and artistically oriented cameraman, we began the job of pasting up and juggling around artwork under the camera as we were shooting.
Trumbull, Unlike traditional animation, the camera was fixed, and movement was simulated using a zoom. There just needed to be something moving on the viewscreens. Doug and I would strip up graphs and such, and then start blinking on lettering and numbers. Bruce Logan, who was just 19 at the time, would end up becoming a well-known special effects supervisor, credited among other feats with detonating the Death Star in the original Star Wars 5. For inspiration, the two collaborators turned to pre-existing material, looking for ways to quickly but realistically render various measurements, movements, and readings.
Science magazines proved to be a valuable source of useful content:. Thousands of pages of graphs and charts xeroxed from magazines such as Scientific American provided additional readout material. It was all just tape and paper and color gels. Example of graphs found in Scientific American. They were not actually used in A Space Odyssey. LEFT: Vol. To animate those gels more efficiently, they were set on a pane of glass mounted on ball bearings. Bizony explained the process, building on materials gathered by Shay and Duncan for their Cinefex piece:.
These semi-transparent elements were mounted in various combination onto a pane of glass resting on large ball bearings, so that the glass could be moved smoothly from side to side. An improvised animation camera was mounted on steel poles, with its lens pointing down toward the glass. An evenly diffused light source was positioned underneath the rig. Lateral movements of the glass, combined with colored transparent filters and gradual zoom-lens alterations on the camera, created interesting effects, as sheet after sheet of graphic elements were photographed like individual cels in a traditional cartoon animation.
Bizony, Creating readouts for all the computer displays seen through the movie required the special effects team to produce a vast number of animations:. Tens of thousands of feet of completed footage were needed for the cockpits displays in the Orion shuttle flight deck, the Aries Moonship, and the Moonbus. The Discovery sets alone required up to a dozen of screens to function simultaneously for some shots. The effect team built mechanized, electrically powered rigs that could automate at least some of the process required for the many animations.
Each motor operated in synchrony with the others, thereby enabling precisely controlled incremental changes in the set-up ahead of each new frame exposure. Even with this elaborate animation technique, creating all the required readouts ended up taking many months, Trumbull recalls:. In this way sometimes as much as a thousand feet of active, colorful, diagram animation could be produced in one day.
Mostly because of space constraints on the set, the animation had to be optically transferred from 35 mm to 16 mm Agel, , ; Shay and Duncan, This allowed the team to rig all the required projectors side by side, while additionally limiting the noise and heat 35 mm projectors would have otherwise produced. The task of rigging all the 16 mm projectors, which came with its own set of challenges, was given to Brian Johnson formerly known as Brian Johncock , a special effects artist who ended up winning Academy Awards for his work on Alien and The Empire Strikes Back He explained how they manage to overcome several problems in order to properly rig all the projectors for the rotating centrifuge featured in the Discovery :.
There were seventeen or eighteen screens on the set; and since the whole thing rotated, we had to run everything off slip rings and with remote control of one form or another. Someone had already fashioned a system where mirrors could be used to reflect projected images onto the screens; but when the set rotated, these mirrors bounced around and it was difficult, or impossible, to get the projectors lined up.
No one really had an idea of how to make it work until I suggested mounting the projectors base to base — one right-side up and one upside-down. That way we could project right onto the screens, without needing mirrors. Shay and Duncan, 90; see also Lightman, ; Agel, With the rigging system secured, other challenges involved exploding lightbulbs and dealing with the sound produced by 18 projectors running simultaneously:. We switched them on and off remotely. I ran some of the film forward and some of it flopped and backward to make it all wind up the right way on screen. We also had to deal with sound-proofing.
Stanley wanted to shoot dialogue in the set, of course, and the projectors made quite a lot of noise. So not only did we have the problem of operating them, we had to blimp each one. I built covering for them and put fans in to extract the warm air, and it all worked reasonably well. Shay and Duncan, Production staff and fitters standing at the bottom of the wheel give an impression of its scale. The same applies for the computer displays aboard the EVA pods. The fact that readouts are actually being projected in loop is clearly visible in the docking sequence of the Pan Am-operated Orion III spaceplane as it arrives at Space Station V.
Brown explain,. When we first see the rear-projected control cabin readout in the Orion shuttlecraft, it shows the spin of the station relative to the Orion. When we see the Orion and the Station lined up through a matte shot composited with stock footage of the Orion interior , the readout is still showing the same relative motion of the craft.
Those displays can be seen on computer screens aboard all the spacecraft throughout the film, including the Orion III spaceplane, the Aries lb lunar lander, and the Moonbus. Some of the readouts seen aboard the Discovery are also visible in various rooms of Clavius Base during the landing of Aries lb. Detail of the interior of Clavius Base during the landing of Aries lb. Snapshot enlarged from Warner Blu-ray edition On the main console, each of the 12 visible screens is identified with a code: C1 through C12 the numbers appear on the upper-left corner of each screen. Screened are identified C1 through C From Warner Blu-ray In the command center used to monitor EVAs — a location physically different than the centrifuge main console 8 — the screens that are visible are labeled CM1 through CM8.
View of the command center showing some of the computer screens labeled CM1 through CM8. The birthday message recorded by Dr. Poole just finished watching a video message sent by his parents for his anniversary. Those feeds were an opportunity for Kubrick to further deepen the level of realism. Thus, on some occasions, shots of scenes where computer readouts are visible were filmed and turned into 16 mm film, then rear-projected into a display to fake a live video feed.
Some of the computer screens from the main console with their blinking readouts are visible. The sequence just after the intermission when Bowman monitors Poole from the command center while the latter is on the EVA mission to replace the AE 35 unit also features another technically stunning display-within-display. One of many occasions when A Space Odyssey features displays shown within diplays. The program features shots of the interior of Discovery , including shots of the screen HAL interface. Details of two different snapshots from scenes featuring computer displays inside EVA pods.
Snapshots from Warner Blu-ray edition. Inside the EVA pod used by Bowman, each of those loops are shown in the front-right computer screen. The set of scratches appears and occurred on the 16 mm loop featuring the wave-like graph. As mentioned before, during this long sequence the set of scratches is not visible on any copy of the film. On only two occasions onboard the EVA pods, all the screens feature a special sequence, different from the usual readouts seen throughout the film. It is first shown when Bowman boards the second EVA pod to try to rescue Poole: the screens first show a common system initiation sequence.
Finally, the readouts can also be seen, or rather experienced, in one additional way, independent of all computer screens.
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Trumbull explained the context for this to Shay and Duncan:. Then we built a track leading up to the slit and mounted a 65mm camera on it with a shutter that could stay open on one frame of film. To modulate the lighting coming through the slit, we used high-contrast negative transparencies that would slide behind the slit as the camera moved toward it. Some of them were very tightly controlled patterns that we photographed from books of optical art- elaborate patterns of circular lines or straight lines, bars or grids or whatever. Many questions remain about the presence or absence of those scratches.
Similarly, it would be interesting to obtain information about the various laserdisc editions, at least one of which was supervised by Kubrick at the time. It should soon be possible to confirm if scratches are visible in the new, forthcoming 4K edition as well. Further considerations will have to be developed elsewhere.
For instance, what exactly are the guiding principles of restoration? To preserve the film as close to its original form? There might still be a single original camera negative OCN but it is not meant to be viewed as such, only to produce more copies. One does not watch A Space Odyssey , but watches a given copy of it. The bright, white scratches themselves are not something we see. It is not a presence on the celluloid film, but the mark of an absence: we see the removal of all layers of dye. The stubborn persistence of this materiality into Blu-ray editions of the film further invites reconsideration about common narratives having new media replacing old ones in a clear, linear succession.
Retrieved from iamag. Benson, Michael Bizony, Piers Ice extent and ice drift in the Arctic Ocean Monitoring of ice extent and sea ice motion in the Arctic is an important research and development task, both from climate and human activities perspectives. Ice situation in Danish waters. Koden er beskrevet i figurerne nedenfor. The Ice Service produces overview charts as well as more detailed regional ice charts: the Cape Farewell region, the west coast and also the east coast of Greenland.
The maps are updated twice daily at UTC and UTC , showing the latest available satellite-based observations.
Significant wave height forecast Five day ocean forecast for significant wave height and others parameters like: Surface temperature, Surface salinity, Surface current, Drift current, Sea level, Ice thickness, Ice concentration, Ice convergence, Ice drift, Ice temperature, Icing index, Wind, Significant wave height, Dominant wave period, Swell height, Swell period.
Forecast updated every 6 hours. Tide tables for Danmark, Grennland and Faroe The tide tables list the times for high and low water and the corresponding high and low tidal water heights.
Tidal heights should be added to the depth shown in the chart to obtain the water depths at high and low tide. Hora local y altura en metros. Aviso mensuales a los navegantes Aviso mensuales a los navegantes para el Ecaudor. Aviso diario a los navegantes Aviso diario a los navegantes para el Ecaudor.
Sailing Directions for Estonian Waters Unlike earlier Sailing Directions which contained long descriptive texts, the new Sailing Directions comprise all navigational information in tables, making it easier for the user to find the relevant details. Sailing Directions will be published digitally in four parts that correspond to geographical regions, and the publication can be downloaded free of charge. The sheets should be printed out in A4 format. Gulf of Riga: 1. International Maritime Conventions Conventions the republic of estonia has acceded.
Also PDF draft version of the English-Estonian maritime dictionary with new words that the Maritime Council has found matches after the dictionary has been published. The application works on all platforms, allowing GPS positioning, making queries of data objects, using measuring and drawing tools and sending feedback on the application to Estonian Maritime Administration. Estonian Maritime Administration recommends not to use the Web application as primary tool for navigation, because its operation depends on availability of the data communication!.
Information fors Winter Navigation Information for winter navigation with procedure for icebreaking, traffic restrictions Local navigational warnings for Estonia Navigatsioonihoiatused List of navigational warnings with map by the Estonian Maritime Administration. Notices to Mariners Teadaanded Meremeestele One of the prerequisites for safe seafaring is the availability of corrections to navigational charts.
In the monthly editions of Notices to Mariners, the Estonian Maritime Administration publishes corrections to navigational charts, List of Lights and Sailing Directions issued by the Administration. Finnish Nautical Charts Tarficom, the Finish Transport and Communications Agency publishes printed and electronic marine charts from the Finnish sea and lake area. In the product list you will find up-to-date and currently valid charts of marine charts. Finnish List of Lights The publication is divided into sections in order to facilitate both usage and updating. General information is found in a separate publication.
The tables of lights are separated into different publications for coastal areas and inland waterways. The Saimaa area is included as a part of the Vuoksi watercourse in the publication for inland waterways. Please note that only local languages Finnish and Swedish are used for descriptions in the tables. Please, refer to the General information for brief explanations in English. Turku Radio also ensures distress radio communications in the Finnish territorial waters and assists icebreakers by transmitting vessel and route information.
Brodasting times in English , Swedish and Finnish. Maritime safety radio: Turku Radio broadcast times Turku Radio is responsible for safety broadcasts along the Finnish coast, including navigational warnings, maritime weather forecasts and ice reports. During winter, Turku Radio also broadcasts the vessel and route information of behalf of the icebreakers. Broadcast times of weather messages, navigational warnings and ice reports.
Also VHF radio stations map with frequencies. Detailed information about the services provided in the area as well as the information required in the reports can be found in the GOFREP Master's Guide. Vessels of 24 metres in length overall or more are obliged to participate in the vessel traffic services. When navigating in the VTS area, vessels are required to maintain a continuous listening watch on the working channel used in the area.
More detailed instructions about the required reports and working channels can be found in the regional VTS guides. Vessels navigating in the VTS area, which are not obliged to participate in the vessel traffic services, are recommended to maintain a listening watch on the working channel in the VTS area or sector in question. Vessel traffic services are provided as required in Finnish, Swedish and English.
The instruction includes draught concepts associated with channels, the principles for interpreting these concepts, estimating the required gross underkeel clearance and for indicating channel depths in nautical charts. Fairway terminology These instructions by the Finnish Transport Agency include descriptions of the essential fairway terminology used in Finland. Channel: A channel is a continuous water route between two end points. It is marked at sea and presented on a chart.
Fairway: The fairway space is a space intended for waterborne traffic delimited by the channel edge lines, the safe clearance depth and the available headroom. Begrepp med anknytning till farlederna Trafikverket publicerar bifogat beskrivningar av de viktigaste begreppen med anknytning till farlederna. The Finnish Transport Agency has laid down the following instructions for winter navigation in collaboration with the industry, shipping companies and charterers.
Ohjeita talvimerenkulun toimijoille. Suomen talvimerenkulku Ohjeita talvimerenkulun toimijoille. Fairway cards Fairway cards contain information on fairways and ports and are intended for seafarers. They form a complement to the nautical charts and publications issued by the Finnish Transport Agency. The fairway cards cover the channels to all ports which are kept open in winter, i. A fairway card contains facts about the fairway dimensions, navigability and navigational conditions, traffic recommendations and restrictions and traffic services provided. Drawings of the fairway and the harbour are appended.
The drawings are not intended for navigational use. They outline the channel alignment and buoyage, the fairway area, safe clearance depths, berths and other places which the text refers to. Fairway cards in Finnish. This is instructions for leisure boating in the Saimaa Canal. Tiedonantoja merenkulkijoille: julkaisun toimitusperiaatteet on selostettu vihkossa 1. Also simplified ice chart and reference charts.
The ice chart of the whole Baltic Sea pdf is published in the autumn twice a week Monday and Thursday and daily when the amount of ice increases until until ice break-up in spring. It represents current ice situation, ice breaker positions and traffic restrictions in the Baltic Sea. The simplified charts are updated once a week at the latest on Tuesday morning.
The first one represents measured level ice thicknesses, ice coverage and sea surface temperature. Baltic sea: Ice Drifters Ice drift patterns from Baltic ice drifters for the past 48 hours. Drift ice is carried along by winds and sea currents. It affects the security of navigation. Prototype sea ice products: should always be used with complementary ice information. The freeboard is the difference between water and ice surfaces. More information about Polar Class.
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Please note that this is a prototype product, and should always be used with complementary ice information. Following parameters are displayed: Sea ice concentration and sea surface temperature - Sea ice thickness - Sea surface salinity. Please note that this is a prototype product and should always be used with complementary ice information! Space weather The term space weather refers to phenomena caused by solar wind and solar flares in the near-Earth space and the upper part of the Earth's atmosphere.
The map shows the locations of observation stations and the latest observations made by them for earth's magnetic field. If the latest measured variation in the magnetic field exceeds the threshold level for auroras, the spot over the location of the station is red. Those situations are usually occured with disturbed space weather conditions and can be important for GPS, radio communications and spacecraft operations. Time in the wave forecast is local Finnish time. Weather warnings for Northern Baltic Sea The weather warnings usually cover the next 24 hours.
This site gathers information and instructions from icebreaking authorities from all the Baltic Sea countries. A Finnish ice class is confirmed for all ships calling to Finnish ports. The fairway dues paid by the vessel and the availability of icebreaker escort are determined based on the Finnish ice class. Guidelines for the application of the Finnish-Swedish Ice Class Rules The purpose of these Guidelines is to provide classification societies, ship designers and shipyards with background information on the ideas behind the Finnish-Swedish Ice Class Rules FSICR , to provide a harmonised interpretation for the implementation of certain parts of the rules, and to provide guidance on certain aspects of the winterisation of ships, which are not covered by the rules.
Notice to Mariners chart-specific updating service In this page there is all Notices to Mariners corrections chart by chart. Notices to Mariners Notices to Mariners provide information about changes and arrangements regarding chart corrections, changes in aids to navigation, obstructions to navigation, nautical publications. The purpose of the service is to publish updates to printed copies of nautical charts and other products and to provide information on matters that are important to navigational safety.
Together with the booklets, a list of temporary and preliminary notices in force and lists of chart corrections per chart product are compiled. The Notices to Mariners General Instructions are updated yearly. Liste des catalogues disponibles. Pour en savoir plus sur les pavillons et sur les symboles vexillologiques. Chapters detail tidal theory, tide gauges measurements, techniques of tidal signal treatment. The book provides also an overview of some applications like barotropic tidal current. Fascicules de corrections au Instructions Nautiques Des fascicules de corrections regroupent les corrections survenues depuis la sortie de l'ouvrage.
Pour en savoir plus. Fons et M. Le Stum, ENM, Joly, ENM, Manach, ENM, Disponible en mode entrainement et en mode examen blanc. Par B. Adam Effets de la foudre et principe des protections. Aussi il convient donc de recenser la nature de ces perturbations et d'estimer leur impact. Par M. Abedrabou Par X. Kergadallan Exemple : Saint-Jean-de-Luz. Sortie en pdf pour chaque mois. Eiskarten beschreiben die Eislage in grafischer Form. Wasserstandsvorhersage Die aktuellen Wasserstandsvorhersagen sowie Hoch- und Niedrigwasserwarnungen finden Sie unter: Wasserstandsvorhersage Nordsee - Wasserstandsvorhersage Ostsee.
Vorhersagen bis zu 24 Stunden im Voraus. Overview of the German navigational information service Summary: Navigational Warning and Information Service of the Federal Republic of Germany - Nautical Publications according to the Schiffs-sicherheitsverordnung Ordinance for the Safety of Seagoing Ships - Ordinance on the requirements for vessels entering the internal waters of the Federal Republic of Germany from sea areas seaward of the delimitation of the German territorial sea and for vessels leaving such internal waters - Special hint and information for seafarers Er kann ebenfalls extra heruntergeladen werden.
Different areas North and Baltic Sea, Mediterranean, Atlantic at several forecast times are selectable. Weather maps are transmitted via shortwave too. Broadcastings are done by the weather radio transmitter in Pinneberg about 20 km north-west of Hamburg. Texts in radio teletype F1B and weather maps facsimile F1C can be received in long- and short- wave range on specified frequencies around the clock.
Die Funkausstrahlung des Wetterfunksenders in Pinneberg ca. Sea ice maps for Arctic and Antarctic meereisportal. Information on these parameters is gained from satellite observations and is presented here as daily maps of sea ice concentrations and time series of sea ice extent and area Meereisportal.
Current sea ice concentration in the Arctic and Antarctic meereisportal. It is published every two months. Diese werden weltweit auf gleicher Frequenz zu verschiedenen Sendezeiten verbreitet. Es werden auch Seewettervorhersagen, Seenotmeldungen und im Winter Eisberichte ausgestrahlt. These are published on the same frequency at different transmission times worldwide. There are also weather forecasts, distress messages and in winter ice reports broadcast. Navtex broadcasts for coastal areas. Please note that no vector data are forwarded via the WMS and that it is not suitable for use for navigation purposes.
Hellenic Navwarns There urgent pieces of information for the safety of navigation issued by the Hydrographic Service. Being urgent information, they are not printed and are not distributed as Notice do, but they are transmitted via VHF radiotelephony. Also available: Show Navwarns on the map. Annual Permanent Notices to mariners Annual Permanent notices to mariners provide important information, of permanent nature, about the Hellenic seas and the main routes of navigation. The edition is annual due to the importance of the information it contains. Beginning with Reykjanes lighthouse and going westward around Iceland.
By clicking on a specific location, forecast will be given in a chronological order. For waves the coloured areas stand for wave height in meters, the number stands for average wave period in seconds and the arrows stand for average wave direction. This service allows the user to search according to criteria like name of the chart, chart number, area, folios, scale etc. The page also provides a link to the Indian Notices to Mariners. Facility to print the list of selected charts is also available for the users.
It is updated fortnightly to ensure access to the latest information. Type of information: Emergency contact, Search and rescue, Piracy and armed robbery, Reporting system This chart is to be used for maritime safety and security un conjunction with relevant large scale and other navigation publication as published by different regional Hydrographic Offices.
Scale National Maritime Search and Rescue Manual The aim of this manual is to assist those who are responsible for establishing, managing, supporting and conducting SAR operations to understand the following: a Functions and importance of SAR services. And for the purpose of promulgating these radio navigational warnings the world has been divided into twenty one definite geographic sea areas named as NAVAREA.
The Chief Hydrographer to the Govt. It is the fundamental nature of the Navigational Warnings that they will often be based on incomplete or unconfirmed information and mariners will need to take this into account when deciding what reliance to place on the information contained therein. Select at least the years. Search Indian Notices to Mariners In a way to facilitate the correction of charts this website is meant to assist the mariners to access past and current notices to mariners.
General Catalogue of charts and nautical publications This General Catalogue of charts and nautical publications lists all the products published by the Istituto Idrografico della Marina, as well as all the technical data available for sale to private users. In compliance with the IHO Technical Resolutions, Contents, General lnformation and Instructions for the updating of charts and nautical publications are in English as well as in Italian. Norme per l'impiego della dotazione nautica Un pratico vademecum sul buon uso della documentazione nautica. Un breve estratto su come utilizzare la documentazione nautica, come aggiornarla, quali sono i limiti e le attenzioni da porre in essere per il loro uso corretto.
The purpose of these manuals is to provide all relevant information to ensure proper interaction between users and VTS, making effective action to assist and support the shipping of its VTS system. Questa misura ha il vantaggio di essere molto vicina all'altezza che un osservatore esperto rileva ad occhio nudo dal ponte di una barca. Esempio: previsione di mare molto mosso con onde di 2 metri altezza significativa Hs di 2 metri.
Che tipo di onde posso incontrare in mare? Raccoglie appunto tutte le consuetudini marinare riguardo alla corretta esposizione delle bandiere a bordo. Atlante della correnti superficiali dei mari italiani Atlante con 12 carte mensili delle correnti, ,,, proiezione di Mercatore. This monograph contains twelve monthly chats, outlining surface circulation in the Italian seas with the vector system, while the speed is given in knots.
Dinamiche della copertura glaciale artica e rotte di navigazione Studio sulla regione Asrtica. Aggiornamento delle Pubblicazioni Raccolta riepilogativa delle pubblicazioni soggette ad aggiornamento sistematico. Indice: Premessa agli Avvisi ai Naviganti - Avvisi annuali fondamentali - Avvisi di carattere generale emessi negli anni precedenti ed ancora in vigore Avvisi ai Naviganti Gli Avvisi ai Naviganti hanno lo scopo di far conoscere agli utenti tutte le notizie, sia di carattere temporaneo che definitivo, interessanti la sicurezza della navigazione, che ancora non figurano nei documenti nautici ufficiali.
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This data will be used for the development of the ENC viewer software and so on. TOPS provides you with the tide prediction heights for a day at a port around the coastal of Japan. The system has nearly ports including 71 standard ports in the tide table published by Japan Coast Guard. The system provides also the tidal current prediction with hourly velocities at three areas in Japan, that is, Tokyo bay, Ise bay and Seto inland sea. Also chart in the north-east Asian marginal seas by JMA.
Traffic Advisory Service Center web sites. Also view online e-book. Information about Revised Navigation Rules Based on the recent trends of the accidents on the sea and the changes of the environment of the maritime traffic including the dissemination of Automatic Identification System AIS , the Act on Partial Revision of the Act on Port Regulations and the Maritime Traffic Safety Act was promulgated on July to increase the safety of maritime traffic. The main items of this revision are following: Strengthening measures for assisting the safe navigation of vessels and establishment of new navigation rules according to the features of each sea area.
This brochure aims to help all those concerned to fully understand the intention of this revision and observe the new rules. Also correction. In addition, each Regional Maritime Safety Headquarters carries out detailed navigation safety guidance in accordance with the actual conditions in the sea area where it takes charge.
This document contains detailed navigation safety guidance which is promoted in Nagoya-Ko and Kanmon Kaikyo as well as the above by the 3rd and 7th Regional Maritime Safety Headquarters. For the Safety Navigation In Japanese Coastal Waters The sea areas around Japan have been the places where marine casualties occur with great frequency.
Approximately 2, vessels including foreign vessels meet with marine casualties as the average in the last 10 years, causing around people found dead or missing. We wish anyone who undertakes a voyage around Japan will read this book and navigate safely. Table of contents: Weather and sea conditions in sea areas around japan - Navigation law and pilotage - Information for safe navigation - Guide to safe navigation. Navigational Warnings This site provides information which was broadcasted for vessels by radio for: 1.
Japan, 2. North Pacific,Sea of Okhotsk, 3. Indian Ocean,Persian Gulf, 5. South Pacific. Addition to the List of Aids to Navigation The vessels be equipped with the "List of Aids to Navigation" based on the law, and also be equipped with the "Addition". The "Addition Vol. Notices to Mariners Printed copies of the Notices to Mariners and chartlets blocks on the JHOD Website may be used as an equivalent to the paper version of the Notices to Mariners and chartlets blocks.
It should be noted that the chartlets blocks printed from the website, may not have the same quality and accuracy as the paper version, depending on the quality and condition of the printer and ink used. JMA hopes that this brochure will promote understanding of the information issued by JMA and thus contribute to safer and more economical navigation. Page in Japanese. Generally, each wave may happen to be higher than SWH. For the sea of Okhotsk there is also black and white charts with bulletin every tuesday and friday.
It is highly appreciated that ships will cooperate on marine meteorological observations and reports as Voluntary Observing Ships VOSs. Information for yachts and fishing with charts. Small craft charts. Notice to Mariners Notice to Mariners with also chartlets for the corrections charts. Icing Index Map with analysis and forecast for the risk of icing on waters around Korea.
Latvian Coast — manual for seafarers; Symbols and Abbreviations — list of abbreviations used in navigational charts; Catalogue — catalogue of navigation charts and publications. Pilot of Baltic Sea. The Pilot covers all waters that fall under the jurisdiction of the Republic of Latvia: the Gulf of Riga and the open Baltic Sea as well as the coast and Latvian ports. Use a radio receiver. Notices to Mariners are published once per month. Lithuanian List of Lights. Navigational Warnings NW Navigational Warnings - Ugent information relevant to safe navigation within Lithuanian territorial waters and Lithuanian ports.
Navigational warnings are temporary and remain in force until cancelled. The International Hydrographic Organization recommends starting every calendar year with the Annual Notices to Mariners covering the information due to protection of human life at sea, provision for assistance to vessels in distress, etc. The first chapter consists of Notices to mariners that have been prepared on a basis of all navigational warnings issued during last quarter.
The second chapter consists of Notices to mariners to be used for updating of navigational charts. This note provides the form of report to be used to notify the DHAN about discovered dangers for shipping and inoperative aids to navigation.
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Two days forecast with Indian Spring Low Water in centimetre. With this platform users can view, access and analyse the information online at anytime and anywhere. Notices to mariners Notis Pelaut Montly edition. Also available on the Navy website. Alta en Pies.
Also in Serbian. Contains information for keeping up-to-date nautical charts and nautical publications for Montenegrin coast of Adriatic Sea. This yachting guide does not claim to be a harbour guide or pilotage aid. This publication offers basic information as well as internet links and addresses for holiday planning Safety Information Navigational warning for the Montenegrin coast. Published in Dutch and English.
List of charts and nautical publications in force. In the third column the most recent edition date of each publication is mentioned. Older publications are cancelled and cannot be updated with Notices to Mariners. In the last column the expected publication date of editions to be published is mentioned. Interactive chart of the Western Scheldt River Chart only to be used for inland navigation. Coordinate systems at sea For safe navigation at sea, it is important to know your position as well as the positions of obstacles.
Positions are expressed in coordinates. Positions at sea are expressed in latitude and longitude, and height or depth with respect to a specified water level. Coordinates are only meaningful if you know the coordinate system they refer to. These are the so-called coordinate reference systems. Mariners have to know which coordinate reference system to use for positioning. Corrections to nautical publications To support safe navigation, the Hydrographic Service publishes the most important changes to nautical publications. It does so by issuing Notices to Mariners NtMs. The list contains all notices in force per nautical publication.
Periodic lists To support safe navigation, the Hydrographic Service publishes the most important changes to nautical products. The weekly editions frequently contain periodical lists: P and T notices Preliminary and Temporary - Mobile offshore drilling units list for Dutch charting area - Measuring instruments list not to fish nor anchor near these positions - Cumulative list NM applicable to the latest editions of the charts - Water depth list most recent water depths in the Wadden Sea area.
Notices to Mariners NtM As a mariner, you need reliable data for safe navigation. Therefore, the Hydrographic Service publishes nautical charts and nautical publications. Since the situation at sea changes continuously, you are required to keep these products up to date. You can do so by using the Notices to Mariners NtMs.
You can select the changes to each nautical chart by week number or chart number. You can also incorporate the changes by means of a weekly PDF downloadable file.
Dienst der Hydrografie Catalogus van Nederlandse zeekaarten en andere hydrografische publicaties HP7 Deze catalogus geeft naast de vertrouwde gegevens van diverse zeekaarten en hydrografische publicaties tevens achtergrondinformatie met betrekking tot nieuwe ontwikkelingen op het gebied van met name digitale producten en dienstverlening.
Actuele en in bewerking zijnde uitgaven Overzicht van alle actuele uitgaven van zeekaarten en andere hydrografische publicaties. In de derde kolom is de meest recente publicatiedatum van iedere publicatie vermeld. Zeekaarten en publicaties met een oudere publicatiedatum zijn vervallen en kunnen niet meer worden bijgewerkt aan de hand van berichten aan zeevarenden. Van in bewerking zijnde uitgaven wordt in de laatste kolom de verwachte publicatiedatum genoemd.
Interactieve kaart van de Schelde. Chart only to be used for inland navigation. Interactieve kaart door de VTS-Scheldt. Op zee zijn dat vaak geografische lengte en breedte, en hoogte of diepte ten opzichte van een vastgestelde waterstand. Getijdengids Informatie over de getijden op zee en algemene getijtheorie: Inleiding getijtafels - Inleiding stroomatlassen.
Of andersom. De berekeningen zijn in het geodetisch datum WGS84 en ED50 uit te voeren; PCTrans: is een programma voor geodetisch en hydrografisch rekenwerk; TSP: Het programma vereenvoudigd de maritieme grenzen en zones die u op deze site kunt downloaden. Correcties op nautische publicaties Om varen veilig te houden publiceert de Dienst der Hydrografie belangrijke wijzigingen op nautische boekwerken. De dienst doet dit met Berichten aan Zeevarenden BaZ. Periodieke lijsten Om varen veilig te houden publiceert de Dienst der Hydrografie belangrijke wijzigingen. In de weekedities BaZ verschijnen regelmatig lijsten met wijzigingen per nautische categorie.
Op deze pagina vindt u een overzicht met de actuele lijsten: P en T berichten overzicht - Verplaatsbare boorplatforms overzicht - Meetinstrumenten overzicht - Cumulatieve lijst overzicht - Dieptestaat overzicht. BaZ in kaart gebracht Deze brochure geeft uitleg over Berichten aan Zeevarenden en hoe deze moeten worden verwerkt. In BaZ1 staan algemene onderwerpen die van belang zijn voor schepen varend onder Nederlandse vlag.
Berichten aan Zeevarenden BaZ De situatie op zee verandert continu. Boeien worden gelegd en gelicht, zandplaten verschuiven, containers slaan overboord en boorplatforms verhuizen. De Dienst der Hydrografie houdt deze veranderingen bij en publiceert de actuele situatie voor zeevarenden. Dat gebeurt in zogeheten Berichten aan Zeevarenden. Varen doe je samen Knooppuntenboekjes Knooppunten: Een vaarwegknooppunt is een drukke locatie op de vaarweg waar sprake kan zijn van een verkeersonveilige situatie.
IJskaarten IJsvorming op de vaarweg kan ernstige vertraging veroorzaken voor de scheepvaart. Daarnaast kunnen zogenaamde "ijsdammen" zorgen voor overstromingen. De berichtgeving op deze pagina omvat de ijsberichtgeving voor de binnenwateren. Op de ijskaart van Nederland is de bevaarbaarheid van vaarroutes aangegeven. De kaart wordt dagelijks ververst zolang er ijs op de binnenwateren ligt en de binnenvaart er mogelijk hinder van ondervindt.
Onder de kaart treft u een legenda aan met de verklaring van de in de kaart gebruikte lijnen, kleuren en codes Vaarweginformatie. Ice charts Ice on the waterways can cause serious delays for shipping.
In addition, so-called "ice dams" can cause flooding. The notifications on this page relate to ice notifications for the inland waters. The ice chart of the Netherlands shows the navigability of courses of navigation. The chart is updated on a daily basis for as long as there is ice on the inland waters and inland shipping may be affected by it. The charts are grouped into the regions they cover and basic information such as chart number, title, scale, published and new edition dates is provided. The file is corrected with the most recent Notices to Mariners. It covers the period 1 July to 30 June and provides official information to aid safe navigation in New Zealand waters.
Much of the content from the Almanac is available on this website. Find astronomical information, tidal information, light list information, Annual Notices to Mariners, Maritime Contacts, information on reporting maritime hazards. Also general information. Tides Sea level data, predictions and calculations to help navigate New Zealand tides and tidal streams. The tide predictions on this website are not official tide tables.