This publication provides in-depth practical knowledge of electrical appliances associated with modern marine starter safety and control circuits. It explains and illustrates the elements of marine switchgear starters, how to take electrical measurements, and the principles of direct on line (DOL) and Star-Delta (Wye-Delta) motor starters.
New Witherby's publication - released in July 2018.
Written by an industry expert, this detailed, illustrated publication provides guidance and practical advice relating to the handling of cruise liners and ferries.
Captain Nick Nash, Master Mariner, FRGS, FRIN, FNI, shares his extensive knowledge and experience gained from over fourteen years in command of cruise ships.
The 385-page book covers ...
New publication from UK Chamber of Shipping and Hill Dickinson LLP - released in July 2018.
This publication provides guidance to shipping companies on implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which entered into force in May 2018. It summarises the key requirements of the GDPR and the actions companies should take to implement data protection policies in compliance. It focuses spe...
This new publication (released Agust 2018) aims to provide guidance on the general principles, procedures and equipment involved for mooring and cargo transfer of crude oil and other petroleum products.
This publication identifies potential hazards at the LPG/chemical ship/shore interface. Referencing industry regulations and guidance, it suggests best working practices for the terminal and the ship to minimise the risk of incident and to help raise overall safety awareness.
Many oil and gas terminals require the Master to sign ‘Conditions of Use’ before being admitted to berth at the terminal. These COUs are often presented at short notice and contain onerous terms that are balanced against shipowners.
The purpose of this guide is to assist a vessel’s staff to prepare both themselves and the vessel for a ship inspection.
Vessels' Practical Guide to Vetting (formerly Seafarers' Guide to Vetting Inspections) is the result of an INTERTANKO Vetting Committee initiative and has been written for all Officers and crew on board to enable them to better understand the content and requirements of the SIRE Vessel...
This invaluable diary has been designed by Captain Nick Nash, FNI, Master Mariner.With over 300 pages, this diary is a must for the organised Mariner. The spacious layout will enable you to keep your day-to-day work, notes and contacts securely in one place.
Whether you are preparing for a new certificate or are already a Mate or Master, this pocketbook will bring you right up to date with current and new maritime regulations. The new edition has been substantially revised and expanded to include questions on regulations that came into force in 2018.
Whether you are preparing for a new certificate or are already a Second or Chief Engineer, this pocketbook will bring you right up to date with current and new maritime regulations. This new edition has been substantially revised and expanded to include questions on regulations that came into force in 2018.
This 9th edition of 'Ballast Water Management' has been fully updated to reflect the recent entry into force of the BWM Convention. Providing up-to-date information on the current state of international and national ballast water legislation, it contains essential information on the requirements for compliance and the treatment options available. It also includes data sheets for both IMO and USCG Type Appro...
This book balances the considerations for the different ice types that ships' officers may encounter, whether first year or multi-year ice, and the different ice types in the arctic, Great Lakes or the Baltic. A good example of the outcome of a misinterpretation of the ice type a vessel is presented with was given to the whole world in 2007, when the ' MS Explorer ' sank in the Antarctic Ocean. While, as in...