The U.S. Coast Pilots is a series consisting of 10 nautical books that provide coast pilots with crucial supplemental information for navigating various waterways, including intracoastal and coastal waters, as well as The Great Lakes. Each volume provides essential information for U.S. Coast Pilots, Captains, Navigators and Mariners that's difficult to display on a nautical chart. Each volume of the U.S. Coast Pilot covers the following topics pertaining to different coastal areas.
The main topics include, Bridge and cable clearances, Channel and wharf descriptions, Currents, Dangers, Federal regulations, Ice conditions, Pilotage, Prominent features, Routes, Small-craft facilities, Tide and water level information, Towage, Traffic separation schemes, Weather
Each volume discusses the above topics within certain areas, and along various distances of general ocean coastlines and tidal shorelines.
If you are a Mariner, Navigator or Captain, the U.S. Coast Pilots are must-have reference guides for your collection. Purchase the latest editions of the U.S. Coast Pilot Volumes to have the most up-to-date nautical books for navigational information.