Check out these effective and practical techniques that ship navigators must be aware of while using ship radar at sea.
Ecdis has become the essential tool for watch keeping officers. Navigating a ship with an ECDIS is fundamentally different from navigating with paper charts.
Tugs are commonly used for berthing and unberthing ships. Let’s examine the most common maneuvers involving tugs and discuss their usage.
Navigating officers on ships through smart work can contribute to cost-cutting and reduction in the operational cost of running a ship. Find out how ship officers can help in reducing running costs.
Learn important points on how a good ship navigator should deal with navigational warnings or any matter relating to the safety of life at sea.
Let’s take a look at a few basic seamanship and good navigation practices on ships, which a navigator can use to save the day.
An experienced captain explains the nine common errors that are made by ship navigators when navigating in a traffic separation scheme (TSS).
ECDIS has no doubt been in many ways a blessing for ship officers as it has made their lives easy. Let’s take a look at some areas where it can be further improved from a user’s perspective.
The radar is one of the most used equipment systems onboard ships. It is designed for detecting and tracking targets a considerable distance. Let’s take a look at 15 things that need to be considered while operating radar on ships.
Deck log book is one of the most important documents of the ship that is to be filled religiously without any errors. The navigating deck officer responsible for the deck log book should fill all the details that are necessary for the ship to sail safely at the sea.