Admiralty Sailing Directions: Africa Pilot Vol. 1 (NP1), 19th Edition 2020

Media Hardcopy
Edition 2020
Publisher United Kingdom Hydrographic Office
ISBN 9780707745800

This edition of Africa Pilot Vol. I (NP 1) in the British Admiralty Sailing Directions series. It covers Arquipélago da Madeira, Islas Canarias, Arquipélago de Cabo Verde, and the West Coast of Africa from Cap Spartel to Bakassi Peninsula.

About Admiralty Sailing Directions (ASD)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions (Pilots) provide essential information to support port entry and coastal navigation for all classes of ships at sea. Split across 76 volumes, coverage includes the world’s main commercial shipping routes and ports. ​​​

Each volume of Sailing Directions offers:​​

- Information on navigational hazards, buoyage, pilotage, regulations, general notes on countries​, port facilities, seasonal currents, ice and climatic conditions. This information, when used alongside official ADMIRALTY charts, can help to increase situational awareness on the bridge.​​​

​​​- High quality diagrams and photography to help bridge-crews understand critical information during the passage planning stage.

- Worldwide official coverage to support safe and comp​liant navigation within main commercial shipping routes and ports. This coverage is split across 76 volumes for purchase flexibility.

In addition to paper format, each volume of ADMIRALTY Sailing Directions is available as an ADMIRALTY e-Nautical Publication (AENP). AENPs bring improved efficiency, accuracy and access to information bridge crews need through electronic NM updates 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.)



IMPA Reference: 370921

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