Into the future- Technology and the navigator

 

Inside this issue

All @ Sea - What's next for The Navigator?

Look out! Accidents and their causes - Captain David Nichol, Senior Loss Prevention Executive from the UK P&I Club, casts a spotlight on several common accidents and examines their likely causes, linking back to previous issues of The Navigator for further help and advice

A Navigator's guide to accidents- Lucy Budd, Editor of Seaways, The Nautical Institute’s main membership publication, looks at how learning from experience – both your own and that of other people – really can make all the difference when it comes to accident prevention and safety best practice

WATCHOUT - Learning from others' accidents - Captain Paul Drouin, FNI, Editor of The Nautical Institute’s Mariners’ Alerting and Reporting Scheme (MARS), discusses how we can learn from other people’s accidents and incidents at sea to make the marine environment safer for us all

Who's navigating- Preparing for safety at sea- Navigation officer, Jestoni Cruz Balibat discusses his career to date and explains why we must never take the safety of ourselves and our crewmates for granted

WAYPOINT - Clearing the confusion- Dr Andy Norris, an active Fellow of The Nautical Institute and the Royal Institute of Navigation, takes a closer look at automated alerts and alarms

Take 10- Maximise your chances of avoiding an accident at sea with these top ten tips, designed to make you think and help keep you safe at sea

 

01 Oct 2022

Take 10: Issue 31

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All at Sea - The Navigator Issue 31

We welcome your news, comments and opinions on the topics covered in The Navigator

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What YOU need to know about working with VTS

As a navigator, you will have learned about, and used, vessel traffic services – VTS. In this article, Jillian Carson-Jackson takes a look at how they can help you ensure a safer, more efficient time at sea – and explains what’s different from what you may have read in our previous Navigator on this topic.

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WATCHOUT Wind and weather data

There is so much information now available on the Internet, compared to the single forecasts of even 20 years ago. The big question is, however, which source should you trust? Cdre Nick Nash, FNI, looks at available data sources for weather and route planning and explains why a simple set of spreadsheets can help him get a better handle on the wind

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WAYPOINT - Collaboration, communications and confidence: the winning combination?

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Who's Navigating: Seafaring is not besting others, rather, it’s relating with them

Seafarer Yrhen Bernard Sabanal Balinis, AMNI, discusses his career, his aspirations for the future and why it is so important to be part of a strong community at sea

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01 Oct 2022

Why navigation needs the digitally skilled navigator

Ship operations at sea and on shore have become increasingly digitally integrated. New initiatives build upon digital technologies to improve communication, collaboration and decision-making through data gathering, data sharing and data analytics. The emerging field of Maritime Informatics (using information systems to increase the efficiency, safety, environmental and social sustainability and resiliency in global shipping) explores the effective use of digitalisation and data in the maritime industry to help ship and shore work together

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01 Jun 2022

Take 10: Issue 30

Fatigue is one of the most dangerous threats to a navigator onboard ship. Here are ten points to help you manage your levels of tiredness and fatigue

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01 Jun 2022

Who's navigating? Cruise ships, COVID-19 and coffee

Third officer Iryna Bates talks about life onboard cruise ships, her early days as a yacht stewardess and how she copes with tiredness and fatigue at sea

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