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Reeds Superyacht Manual/Руководство суперяхты

  • Reeds Superyacht Manual/Руководство суперяхты
Артикул: 00-01025698
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Издательство: Adlard Coles Nautical (все книги издательства)
Место издания: London
ISBN: 978-1-4081-2276-1
Год: 2010
Переплет: Мягкая обложка
Страниц: 401
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The insistent call of the sea draws on our natural curiosity and fascination with the unknown. It can lead to an adventure of considerable complexity; those that answer the call need knowledge and guidance to do it successfully. Some of the knowledge is better absorbed before departure – hence this book.
Brought together here in one manual is all that’s required, starting from the basics. Mariners are curious by nature, and always want to know more at whatever level they operate; so this book is as much for those who might sail a small boat across the bay, as is it is for those who will skipper a large yacht across an ocean.
Yachting has grown dramatically over the last few decades, both in vessel numbers and size, accompanied by an inevitable increase in crew numbers. Legislation has evolved to cover the large yacht sector at levels akin to those in the merchant marine. High standards now apply to the construction, equipment and maintenance of large yachts, as well as their manning and crew qualifications.
For these professional seafarers this manual contains the knowledge required to become Officer of the Watch (Yacht <3000GT) from scratch. It covers the syllabus for all the course modules required at each stage, including STCW basic training and Yachtmaster. It gives a useful understanding of the operation and manning of large yachts, and the legislation concerning them, as well as providing a single reference for the essentials of navigation. The career path, with the required associated courses and requirements, is shown on pages 367–8.

Part 1 Safety. STCW Basic training
1 Basic sea survival
2 Elementary first aid
3 Basic firefighting
4 Personal responsibilities
5 Advanced sea survival
Part 2 Navigation. Yachtmaster Offshore
6 Charts and publications
7 The magnetic compass
8 Tides and tidal streams
9 Lights and buoys
10 Logs and echo sounders
11 Estimated position and position fixing
12 GPS and chart plotters
13 Course to steer
14 Pilotage and passage planning
15 Notes on the Collision Regulations
16 Skippering, safety and seamanship
Part 3 Meteorology
Yachtmaster Offshore, OOW GSK
17 Global weather
18 Temperate weather
19 Tropical weather
20 Local weather
21 Weather forecasts
Part 4 Marine radio. ROC, GOC
23 Radio – general
24 Radio – emergencies
Part 5 Advanced navigation. OOW Nav & Radar
25 Sextant angles
26 Gyrocompass and GPS compass
27 Electronic navigation aids 268
28 Radar
Part 6 General ship knowledge. OOW GSK
29 Ship construction
30 Stability
31 Further seamanship
Part 7 Regulation. Background for Oral Exams
32 Marine law
33 International regulations
34 UK regulations
35 Seagoing qualifications
1 International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972
2 Signals
3 Glossary and Abbreviations
4 Useful addresses

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