Passage Planning Practice (eBook)

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January 2006


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This is the companion title to Passage Planning Principles, this book works through a passage on a Container vessel from Bab-el-Mandeb to Jeddah.

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This book is a completely new text on the subject of passage planning / voyage route planning, this book shows

         - Chart extracts for each leg of the passage

         - Template plans

         - Checklists.

 

Captain Nadeem Anwar graduated from the Pakistan Marine Academy in December 1983 and in 1984, went into shipping as a deck cadet on multipurpose ships. In 1990, he started working on oil tankers and OBOs. In 1994, he returned to Fleetwood and acquired a Chief
Mates Certificate of Competency. He was promoted to Chief Officer in 1994 and continued to serve on VLCC, OBO, O/O, Gas and Chemical Tankers.

He achieved his Master Certificate of Competency from MCA UK in early 1998 and went back to sea in command of VLCCs. His time at sea was mainly spent in deep-sea trade, which gave him a wide ranging experience of navigating in different areas of the world.

In October 1998, he joined the Fleetwood Nautical Campus as a lecturer. In 2003, he became its Curriculum Manager. In 2005, he achieved an MSc in Maritime Operations with a Distinction (through LJMU) and an Advanced diploma in Insurance (through the Chartered Insurance Institute).

Captain Anwar has developed training courses and written a range of training materials. He also provides consultancy services to marine training providers and shipping companies.


Abdul Khalique MICS, PG Cert. (Shipping), MSc. (CBIS), HND Nautical Science, BSc. (Maritime Studies)

Awarded the President of Pakistan Gold Medal for best cadet during B.Sc. Maritime Studies at Pakistan Marine Academy, received the High Achievement Award and the Merchant Navy Association (Tasmania) prize on completion of 2nd mate from the Australian Maritime College.
After obtaining an HND in Nautical Science from the Blackpool and Fylde College in 2000, he earned an M.Sc. in Computer Based Information Systems from the University of Sunderland. After this, he sailed for a while but the incidents of 9/11/2001 made him pursue a shore based
career. He moved to New Zealand and studied for the Graduate Certificate in Shipping at the New Zealand Maritime School.

In June 2003 Abdul moved to SSNS at the NAFC Marine Centre as an HND Nautical Science course developer. He continued in this position until the Centre started training cadets, when he became a lecturer in Nautical studies. While in this position, he passed the Institute of Chartered Ship Brokers examination and has recently been elected as a member of the Institute.

1 Voyage Instructions

2 Confirmation of Destination
2.1 Task 1: Confirm Destination
2.2 Task 2: Establish Route
2.3 Task 3: Calculate Distances

3 Appraisal
3.1 Task 4: Collate Company, Master and Charterer's Instructions
3.2 Task 5: Gather General Information
3.3 Task 6: Collect and Note Cargo Information

4 Planning
4.1 Procedure for Chart Selection
4.2 Task 7: If the largest-scale charts,.they must be requisitioned
4.3 Task 8: Identify predicted areas of danger and mark on charts
4.4 Task 9: Lay-off the courses, clear of hazards and dangers
4.5 Calculation of Wheel Over Point
4.6 Steps to Draw Wheel-Over Bearing by Advance Transfer Method
4.7 Use of Large Scale Plans within Small Scale Charts
4.8 Task 10: Mark all identified hazards
4.9 Use of the 'Admiralty List of Lights'
4.10 Use of Admiralty List of Radio Signals
4.10.1 Navigational Warnings
4.10.2 Weather Reports/Fax
4.11 Calculation of Radar Horizon
4.12 Transferring Position from one Chart to another Chart
4.12.1 Range and Bearing Method
4.12.2 DMP Method
4.13 Use of Admiralty List of Radio Signals for Information about RACONS
4.14 Use of Admiralty List of Radio Signals for information on DGPS Beacons
4.15 Task 11: Identify the hazards

5 Execution
5.1 Task 12: Allocate Resources for Bridge Team Management

6 Monitoring
6.1 Task 13: Continuously monitor progress along the planned track
6.2 Anchor Plan
6.3 Berthing Plan

Appendices
Appendix 1: Own Passage Check-list
Appendix 2: Passage Plan, Bab-el-Mandeb to Jeddah Pilot Station
Appendix 3: Passage Plan, Jeddah Pilot Station to Berth
Appendix 4: Passage Planning Notebook
Appendix 5: Port Entry Information – Jeddah
Appendix 6: Ship's Particulars and Manoeuvring Characteristics
Appendix 7: Chartwork Legends

Title: Passage Planning Practice (eBook)
Number of Pages: 49
Product Code: WS1013EA
ISBN: ISBN 13: 978-1-85609-323-1 (9781856093231), ISBN 10: 1-85609-323-9 (1856093239)
Published Date: January 2006

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