Ocean Passages for the World (NP136) supports the planning of deep-sea voyages on most major routes, with details of weather, currents, ice hazards and distances between major ports.
Ocean Passages for the World includes:
- Individual chapters covering each of the world’s oceans, with details of weather, climate, winds, currents, swell, seasonal factors and ice hazards
- Coverage of the world's busiest and emerging trade routes to help bridge crew and shore side staff with route planning and the calculation of arrival times
- Numerous route diagrams and tabulated route data to help users find information quickly, as well as chartlets clearly demonstrating the effects of climate, wave heights and load line zones.
This classic volume on ocean voyage planning has routeing details for powered and sailing vessels; individual chapters on each of the world's oceans; advice on winds, weather, climate, seasonal factors, currents, swell, ice hazards; and the shortest routes between ports and important positions.
In addition to paper format, ADMIRALTY Ocean Passages for the World volumes are available as ADMIRALTY e-Nautical Publications (AENP). AENPs bring improved efficiency, accuracy and access to information bridge crews need through electronic updating and simple search functionality. (Please Note: Admiralty e-NPs are not downloaded directly from the site. All e-NPs need to be assigned once it has been purchased.)