A colour-coded standard time zones map illustrating time zones in use around the world, including the recent amendments to Belarus, Brazil, Chile, Falkland Islands, Kyrgyzstan, Micronesia, North Korea, Russian Federation and Sri Lanka.
This map depicts the countries of the world and includes:
inset maps of Central Europe and the Caribbean
all country abbreviations
latitude and longitude graticules
Tropics of Capricorn and Cancer
International Date Line
Full colour laminated map in size A3.
36 cards showing the Morse symbol, both letters and numerals, with the back of the card giving the meaning. Also in the set is a useful instruction card. For those mariners needing a knowledge of Morse these Flip Cards have proved to be a quick and simple method of learning and checking.
This full-colour poster showing the symbols related to life-saving appliances and arrangements recommended for use in accordance with regulation III/9 of the 1974 SOLAS Convention, as amended, indicating the location of emergency equipment and assembly and embarkation stations as adopted by resolution A.760(18), and as amended by MSC.82(70) and adopted by resolution A.1116(30).
This pocket guide is designed to promote and improve safety in harbour towage. Based on industry best practice, it contains checklists coupled with guidance covering pilot/master exchange of information, harbour towage best practice, tug types, use of messenger and heaving lines, towing points, release of towline, hydrodynamic interaction, escort towage, changing between direct and indirect towing, and pilo...
All mariners need a comprehensive knowledge of the buoyage rules and should be able instantly to identify a mark at first sight. These Flip Cards show 31 different buoys and navigational marks in colour, with the meaning and position, together with the light characteristics on the back of the card. Both the Cardinal and IALA marks are featured, as well as the more recent preferred channel buoys. This set sh...
This pack covers Meteorology in UK waters with particular relevance to the RYA courses. The essential definitions are dealt with and wind forces and their effect on sea states are well illustrated. there are also a number of photographs of cloud formations and the resulting weather systems. These cards have questions and answers on both sides, so effectively have 98 problems for the student to deal with.
All mariners need a comprehensive knowledge of the buoyage rules and should be able instantly to identify a mark at first sight. These Flip Cards show different buoys and navigational marks in colour, with the meaning and position, together with the light characteristics on the back of the card. Both the Cardinal and IALA marks are featured, as well as the more recent preferred channel buoys. This set shows...
A new set of Flip Cards covering the recent (and developing) GMDSS systems which are becoming universal. The cards show equipment and procedures for HF, VHF and MF, including Digital Selective Calling. Seamen preparing for the General Operators Certificate or the Long Range Certificate will find the cards particularly useful, while yachtsmen should also be prepared to acquire the appropriate certificate for...
Each card shows a flag of the International Code in colour on the face, with the signal letter or number and the meaning of the signal flag on the reverse. The phonetic spelling of the letter is also shown, making the set doubly useful. Although no longer required by some yachting authorities, professional seamen and navies still need a knowledge of flag signals. Also in the set is a useful instruction card...
This guidance is intended primarily for seafarers. It provides
information which will help you if you are unlucky enough to fall into cold water, or have to enter it in an emergency, or have to use survival craft in cold conditions. It also provides information which will help seafarers, trained as first-aid providers, to treat those rescued from cold conditions.
This guide briefly examines the hazards ...
The importance of universally understood symbols for fire control plans for use by ship's crew and shore-based fire-fighting personnel has long been recognized. In 1989, IMO adopted graphical symbols for fire control plans (resolution A.654(16)) for use in accordance with regulation II- 2/20 of the 1974 SOLAS Convention, with a view to encouraging their use on board all ships. In 2003 a new set of symbols w...
These Guidelines establish an agreed method to obtain a representative sample of the fuel oil for combustion purposes delivered for use on board ships and are provided as an encapsulated leaflet. The leaflet is designed to fit into the pocket of boiler outfit.