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Marine Navigation

What is e-Navigation?

The inception of e-Navigation concept took place way back in the year 2006, when the International Maritime Organization (IMO) decided to include a well-defined strategy to integrate new and existing navigational tools for enhancing handling and safety of ships at the sea.

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How Wind Indicators Help in Navigation?
Marine Navigation

How Wind Indicators Help in Navigation?

A wind indicator is used on ships and boats to point the direction of the wind. It is also known as a windex. Wind indicators use the technology of weather vanes to point the correct direction of wind in the oceans.

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What is a Mooring Buoy
Marine Navigation

What is a Mooring Buoy?

A buoy is a type of an object that floats in water and is used in the middle of the seas as locators or as warning points for the ships. Buoys are generally bright (fluorescent) in colour. Mooring buoys are a type of buoy, to which, ships can be moored in the deep oceanic areas. A mooring buoy weighs more than the general type of buoys.

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What are Mooring Anchors?
Marine Navigation

What are Mooring Anchors?

Mooring anchors are used to enable the ship to halt effectively whenever required in the port or harbor.The types includes-dead weight,screw in,conventional etc

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Marine Navigation

What is Arctic Bridge Sea Route?

The Arctic Bridge is a major polar shipping route that spans between North-western Russia and the Canadian heartland, and is also an extremely crucial alternate shipping route.

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