Admiralty Digital List of Lights
ADMIRALTY Digital List of Lights (ADLL)
The most comprehensive worldwide source of navigational light and fog signal information.
Keeping your bridge crews informed, compliant and up-to-date, ADLL contains comprehensive coverage of more than 70,000 individual light structures, including lighthouses, lightships, lit floating marks and fog signals.
Containing all the detail that’s made the original paper edition so respected, ADLL offers the added convenience of fast, automatic weekly updates. This substantially reduces the time and effort required to maintain this invaluable application.
Familiarity and reassurance
ADLL displays all information using instantly recognisable formats and chart symbols. This familiarity provides reassurance for users as they make the switch to digital applications.
Compliance with SOLAS requirements
ADLL is widely accepted as meeting SOLAS carriage requirements, meaning ongoing safety and compliance for your ship, cargo and crew.
Providing fast updates of important light changes on a rolling programme, ADLL:
- Saves time every week
Weekly electronic updates are received via internet download, email or on CD. These are quick and easy to apply compared to the manual Notices to Mariners (NMs) updates for paper reference books.
- Reduces the risk of human error
All updates are applied accurately and with a minimum of manual intervention, reducing stress and fatigue on the bridge.
- Provides easy search options
Crews can search via the geographic window, text string or by position.
- Enables ease-of-use
Crews can select print or export to use in operational and navigational activities, such as passage planning.
ADMIRALTY Digital Publications (ADP)
Bringing simplicity, flexibility and speed to passage planning and navigation
- ADMIRALTY Digital List of Lights – the world-leading source of navigational light and fog signal information
- ADMIRALTY TotalTide – the world’s most comprehensive, real-time tidal prediction program, bringing global tidal height and stream data together
- ADMIRALTY Digital Radio Signals Volume 6 – essential maritime radio communications information for 3,600 service locations worldwide
- Greater efficiency, faster updating and more flexible information access – helping busy bridge crews to make quicker, more informed decisions
- Approval by flag states of the majority of the fleet trading internationally as meeting carriage compliance requirements
- Up-to-date information – providing greater assurance for crews, operators and owners alike
What is ADP?
ADMIRALTY Digital Publications (ADP) are computer-based versions of the UKHO’s market-leading paper-based nautical reference guides – ADMIRALTY Nautical Publications. ADP applications are widely accepted as meeting SOLAS carriage requirements for nautical reference guides, and contain the same information as their paper equivalents.
The ADP range currently includes:
ADMIRALTY Digital List of Lights (ADLL) – an advanced source of navigational light and fog signal information, covering over 70,000 individual light structures worldwide.
ADMIRALTY TotalTide (ATT) – the world’s most comprehensive tidal prediction program, bringing global tidal height and stream data together. It allows crews to make tidal height predictions for more than 7,000 ports and 3,000 tidal stream stations worldwide.
ADMIRALTY Digital Radio Signals Volume 6 (ADRS 6) – essential maritime radio communications information for 3,600 service locations worldwide, including pilot services, vessel traffic services and port operations.
The advantages of the digital applications
While ADP provides exactly the same information as traditional ADMIRALTY paper-based reference guides, it offers numerous additional benefits.
The digital applications provide greater efficiency and flexibility – giving your crews faster, more accurate updates and easier access to the information they need.
ADP can be individually licensed, installed, used and updated. What’s more, your bridge crews can make one working copy of each licensed application per vessel. This means you can use the applications on two separate computers onboard while satisfying SOLAS requirements.
Helping prepare for digital navigation
Capitalising on the UKHO’s expertise, the ADP portfolio helps your crews to transition from paper-based nautical products to improved electronic alternatives.
Approved by the flag states of the majority of ships trading internationally, ADP applications provide the same level of compliance as traditional ADMIRALTY paper-based publications, for ships trading under these flag states. In this way, ADP helps crews to navigate safely, efficiently and compliantly.
Check the UKHO’s website, www.ukho.gov.uk,for the most up-to-date list of flag state approvals and conditions, or speak directly with your ships’ flag authority.
Quality-assured information you can trust
Produced by world experts in maritime navigation information, the ADP portfolio has been designed to meet high navigational standards, as well as UKHO’s own internal quality assurance processes.
Fast and efficient updates
Quick, electronic updating reduces time and effort spent making manual corrections, and minimises the risk of human error.
Global coverage – more routes and ports
All ADP products provide global coverage, divided into regions to provide flexibility and simplicity.