Marine Insight Launches New eBook – A Guide to Ship Navigation Techniques
Navigation officers on ships have to perform the most crucial task of manoeuvring a ship safely and efficiently. Ship navigation is not an easy job as there are huge responsibilities of lives and property involved.
Several factors are taken into account in order to ensure that the ship navigates through the water with least resistance and hurdles. A navigating officer at the ship’s bridge must have the necessary skills and knowledge to sail through any kind of weather and navigation conditions.
At Marine Insight, we understand the responsibilities and nature of work undertaken by the deck officers involved with ship navigation. Safety of the ship is of prime importance in all kinds of operations on ships, including ship navigation. For this reason, we have compiled an extremely helpful guide especially for officers who are involved with the important task of navigating a ship.
“The Guide to Ship Navigation Techniques” is a must-have handbook for all deck officers.
This handy guide would not only help you to understand important navigation techniques, but also help you in procedures which are important for manoeuvring a ship.
What will you learn in “A Guide to Ship Navigation Techniques”?
- Navigation with Wind
- Navigation with Currents
- Stopping Distance
- Use of Thrusters
- Tug Assistance
- Berthing without Tugs
- Berthing with Anchors
And much more…
The FREE Guide to Ship Navigation Techniques is not only useful for all sea going professionals but also for those studying nautical science and ship navigation.
Download your FREE copy of “A Guide to Ship Navigation Techniques” now!
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All the articles are informative. I am a regular reader of Marineinsight. My small request would be that if you post some case studies of various incidents that took place in merchant navy it would be very useful. It would be great if you make a separate topic for case studies other than mentioning those incidents in the appropriate article.