Charts & PublicationsAdmiralty
Admiralty Charts – Admiralty Standard Navigation Charts.
Admiralty Standard Navigation Charts.‘BA Charts’ and publications are in use by the majority of ocean going commercial vessels. They cover the navigable areas of the world and are constantly monitored and kept up to date with the latest Information by means of The Admiralty Notices to Mariners Issued weekly and numbered by week of year. Also Annual Summary NP 247 and a Cumulative list at six monthly intervals NP234A&B.
Charts can be selected by referring to the Admiralty Catalogue NP131. If you do not have access to a Catalogue please contact us by email or with your planned voyage.
Port Approach Guides: These charts cove a single Port and contain all the information a Mariner might need when Planning a Port approach and compliment the equivalent Standard Paper or Electronic Chart
Other Chart products Routeing Charts – For Passage Planning and Ocean Voyages & include distances between major Ports, monthly meteorological & oceanographic conditions
Instructional Charts For training and examination purposes. They are not maintained for the latest inforImation and should not be used for navigation Tracks followed by Sailing and Auxiliary Powered Vessels, 5309, 5310 General Surface
Navigational hazards, buoyage systems, Pilotage, Regulations, General notes on Countries, Port facilities, Seasonal currents, ice and Climatic conditions. All volumes updated by weekly Admiralty Notices to Mariners (section IV)
Mariners Handbook, NP100
Ocean Passages of the World – NP136 – Chart correction Log NP133A
FL(3)20s 25m 24M & FR. 10M
Other Chart Products
Routeing Charts – Passage planning & ocean voyages, distances between major ports. Monthly meteorological & oceanic conditions.
Instructional Charts For training and examination purposes. They are not maintained for the latest inforImation and should not be used for navigation.
World Time Zones 5006, 5085 Azimuthal equidistant projection, 5307 Main Ocean Routes Powered Vessels, 5308 Sailing Ship Routes
Tracks followed by Sailing and Auxiliary Powered Vessels, 5309, 5310 General Surface Current Distribution, D6083 Load lineRegulations, Zones
Areas and Seasonal Periods, Q6353 Fisheries Chart British Isles & Adjacent waters, Q6385 Foreign fishing rights British Isles coastal waters.
Astronomical 5000 Azimuth Diagram 0 – 65 Degrees, 5001 Azimuth Diagram 65 to 80 degrees, 5035 Diagram to plot ship’s position from star sights.
Meteorological World Climatic Charts for January and July, Meteorological Working Charts various Ocean Areas and British Isles, upper Air Charts.
Magnetic Variation With annual rates of change for The World and the various main Ocean Areas.
Tidal Charts Co-tidal & Co-range charts Dungeness to Hoek van Holland, British Isles and adjacent waters, Southern North Sea and Malacca Strait.
Plotting Sheets Ocean Plotting sheets 0 to 66 degrees , Mercator Plotting Sheets 0 to 69 degrees in 3 degree intervals.
Bathymetric Charts North East Atlantic Areas only.
Territorial & Baseline Bermuda Islands, Falkland Islands, Scotland West Coast, South Georgia and Turks and Caicos Islands.
Ships Boats Charts NP727 -in waterproof wallet
Catalogue Admiralty Charts & Publications NP131
List of Light & Fog Signals In eleven volumes NP 74(Vol. A) to NP86 (Vol. L). Also available as a Digital product – see details in Digital Products.
Sailing Directions (Pilots) Numbered from NP1 to NP74. Updates are provided in the weekly Notices to Mariners. These titles provide comprehensive information on Navigational hazards, buoyage systems, Pilotage, Regulations, General notes on Countries, Port facilities, Seasonal currents, ice and Climatic conditions. All volumes updated by weekly Admiralty Notices to Mariners (section IV)
Tide Tables NP201 UK & Ireland, NP202 Europe, Mediterranean Sea & Atlantic Ocean, NP203 – Indian Ocean, NP204 – South Pacific Ocean, NP205 South China Sea & Indonesia, NP206 – North Pacific Ocean. 207 – South west Atlantic Ocean & Americas
Admiralty Guide to the Practical use of ENCs used in ECDIS – NP231 Admiralty Guide ECDIS implemantation, Policy and Procedures -NP232
Tidal Stream Atlases Show in diagrammatic form, the major tidal streams for selected waters of NW Europe. NP209, NP218-NP222, NP233, NP 249- 259, NP263-265,NP337
Co-Tidal Atlases Available for Persian Gulf and SE Asia. Providing offshore tidal characteristics which are important to safe navigation. NP214 & NP215
Admiralty Manual of Tides, Admiralty Tidal Handbook NP120, Tidal harmonic constants (Europe) NP160. Dover, Times high water & ranges – NP164
Lists of Radio Signals In eight volumes NP281(1) – NP286(8) Maritime Radio Stations, Global Communications, Satellite communication services Coastguard communications,Maritime telemedical assistance service, Diagrams, Radio quarantine & pollution reports, Anti-P iracy contact, table.
Meteorological Observation Stations , NP284 Meteorological Observation Stations NP 285 – GMDSS & Safety Systems
NP 286( Vol.1-6) Pilot Services, Vessel traffic Services and Port Operations.
Astronomical Star Finder & Identifier, Sight Reduction Tables for Marine Navigation. Astronomical Almanac. The Star Almanac for Land Surveyors.
How to keep your admiralty Products up to date – NP294
Distance Tables Three volumes – Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean NP350(1),NP350(2) & NP350(3)
Symbols & abbreviations on Admiralty charts, – NP5011
IALA Buoyage –NP735
E – BOOKS from The Admiralty as e-NP’s
All of the Admiralty Sailing Directions are now available as e-NP’s Including also – Admiralty Mariners Handbook (NP100) – Nautical Almanac (NP214)
Compliance – Admiralty e-Nautical Publications contain the same official information as their paper equivalents.
Most Flag States have approved them as SOLAS carriage -compliant
They can aid inspections by clearly showing when a publication was last updated.
To obtain – contact us by email. If your vessel is already a registered ARCS/AVCS/ADP user name is required
Publications can be supplied on your Distributor account. You will need to obtain the e-NP user/starter pack first which includes the reader from your Chart Distributor. For more info – Contact us.
For more information and details please dont hesitate to contact us.