Admiralty International Chart Agents
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This brochure showcases the most comprehensive portfolio of world-leading, official, SOLAS-compliant charts and publications - ADMIRALTY Nautical Products & Services.
It promotes the importance of having accurate and reliable information, readily available in an easy-to-use format of choice, to help mariners make the right decisions. These decisions require total confidence in the information used, and can help keep crews, ships and cargo safe, and save time and money.
The brochure has 4 main sections; Digital Services, Nautical and Thematic Paper Charts, Publications and Reference Guides, and Maritime Safety - which provides frequent safety and security information.
Brings more efficient voyage planning and chart management together in a single integrated system; making navigational information easier and quicker to use and manage than ever before. It consists of two components;
> Planning Station - frees up valuable time for bridge crews to focus on other critical tasks.
> Fleet manager - gives shore-side managers the knowledge and control they need with important aspects of fleet management.
Promotes the most comprehensive, official, digital maritime chart service available. Now with over 13,000 ENCs, it covers more routes and more ports than any competing ENC service. This allows bridge crews to navigate on ECDIS for the entirety of most major routes on a single chart service, and also containers AIO for additional passage planning information.
Instantly recognisable on bridges of most ships trading internationally today, over 3,500 ADMIRALTY Standard Nautical Charts and planning charts for maritime navigation are the most comprehensive, official global chart range available. They help improve situational awareness on the bridge and have been trusted and relied on for over 200 years.
ARCS combines the familiarity of traditional ADMIRALTY paper charts with the precision of satellite positioning, and accurate updating in a matter of seconds. Positioned to be used by bridge crews and shore-based users for passage planning, voyage monitoring and incident management.
Greater efficiency, faster updating and more flexible information access; these computer-based versions contain the same information as the UKHO's market-leading, paper-based equivalents, and are widely accepted as meeting SOLAS carriage requirements.
e-books of the world's leading Nautical Publications for the mariner - allowing bridge crews to add NM updates faster and more accurately than there paper-based equivalents. They also give easier access to information needed, and are widely accepted as meeting SOLAS carriage requirements.