ADMIRALTY Vector Chart Service (AVCS) is the world’s leading official digital maritime chart service, with over 17,000 official Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) to help bridge crews navigate safely and efficiently whilst meeting flag and port State requirements.
ADMIRALTY Raster Chart Service (ARCS) provides raster chart coverage of international shipping routes, main ports and harbours in a comprehensive range of scales. Ideal for both bridge crews and shore based users, it combines the familiarity of traditional ADMIRALTY paper charts with the precision of satellite positioning to support decision making.
The Admiralty Digital List of Lights, displays signal information on a geographical map, making it easy to identify lights along the route and to define their characteristics.
Admiralty Total Tide, a digital version of the Admiralty Tide Tables that makes calculating tidal heights easy thanks to a simple graphical interface combined with dynamic heights and curves that change over time.
We are a certified IMO Distributor for all current and future edition IMO eBooks. Via the IMO Bookshelf e-Reader platform, these publications can be consulted after a license has been purchased for the titles required.
Our Folio Management teams closely follow up the release of new editions and advise our customers of these evolutions to ensure compliance at all times.
As with IMO, we are an official distributor for all Witherby publications. Witherby Publishing combines a large number of publishers like OCIMF, ITU, Intertanko, etc., under one roof. The Witherby publications can be consulted from either the IMO Bookshelf, or the Witherby Seamanship Library eReader.
New editions are also followed up for Witherby publications and will be offered to our customers when they arrive.
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