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  • AIS ATON-015

    ATON AIS-015 is designed for radio transmission of AIS information on CHO and it meets the requirements of IEC 62320-2. AIS ATON-015 is designed for visualization in ECDIS of buoys, lanterns and other real and virtual navigation marks in marine and terrestrial AIS for solving problems of prevention of collisions of vessels and improving safety of navigation. AIS ATON-015 can be installed on plastic buoys type 400/5, 400/7, 225/4 - at the top of the battery compartment of buoys, markers and SNL - in close proximity to the lantern. ATON AIS-015 transmits messages №21, 6, 8, 12, 14 according to ITU-R M1371-3.
    Operating frequency, MHz 161,975 (channel 87В) and 162,025 (channel 88В)
    Transmitter power, W 4,5 ± 0,1 or 36,5dBm
    Emission class F1B
    Modulation Frequency with GMSK manipulation
    Channel width, kHz 50
    Antenna design 0,21λ-pin or ¼ λ-pin
    Polarization Vertical
    Wave resistance to antenna output, Ohm 50
    Power supply, Volt From 9 to 30
    Operating temperature range From –40° С to +50° С, max from –50° С to +70° С.
    Housing material Aluminum, powder paint
    Size L х W х H, mm 123 х 62 х 32,4
    Mass, kg 0,56
    Setting up Via interface RS-232
    Operating period 5 years
    Storage period 5 years
    Additional outputs 2 analog inputs;2 digital inputs; 2 digital outputs
    Included in the set AIS ATON-015 + Technical passport
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  • ULL 3-15

    Navigation LED lantern ULL 3-15 is designed for use in multilevel monitoring systems. Installed on offshore and onshore aids to navigation (can be used in a set primary-reserve). Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • Norwegian marine charts

    Number Name Date of publication Image
    Main Charts
    1 Oslofjorden. F?rder – Hvaler – Halden 2010
    2 Torbjornskj?r – Fulehuk – Rakkebaene 2007
    3 Oslofjorden. Fulehuk – Filtvet – Rodtangen 2007
    4 Oslo – Rodtangen – Drammen 2009
    5 Svenner – Porsgrunn – Jomfruland 2009
    6 Jomfruland – Risor 2010
    7 Risor – Arendal 2010
    8 Arendal – Lillesand 2010
    9 Lillesand – Ny-Hellesund 1999
    10 Ny-Hellesund – Lindesnes 2007
    11 Lindesnes – Lista 2010
    12 Lista – Svaholmane 2004
    13 Nesvag – Kvassheim 2010
    14 Ogna – Tananger 2010
    15 Ryfylkefjordane. Sjernaroyane – Sauda 2001
    16 Tananger – Stavanger – Skudenes 2008
    17 Karmsundet – Ryvarden- Skjoldafjorden 2009
    19 Ryvarden – Selbjornsfjorden 2006
    20 Sunnhordlandsfjordene 2007
    21 Selbjornsfjorden – Bergen 2004
    22 Samnanger – Bjorna – og Ytre Hardangerfjorden 2003
    23 Bergen – Fedje 2008
    24 Fensfjorden – Sognesjoen 2004
    25 Sognesjoen – Stavenes 2009
    26 Hasteinen – Batalden 2009
    27 Sunnfjord 2009
    28 Bremanger
    29 Stad 2009
    30 Haugsholmen – Alesund 2008
    31 Breidsundet – Fjortoft 2008
    32 Steinshamn – Hustadvika 2008
    33 Haroyfjorden – Molde 1976
    34 Romsdalsfjorden. Molde – Andalsnes 2008
    35 Hustadvika 2008
    36 Kristiansund – Tyrhaug 2008
    37 Tyrhaug – Trondheimsleia 2007
    38 Trondheimsleia. Terningen – Kyrks?terora – Orlandet 2007
    39 Trondheimsfjorden. Agdenes – Thamshamn – Buvika 2007
    40 Smola 2007
    41 Froya – Gj?singen 2007
    42 Gj?singen – Halten 2007
    43 Agdenes – Lauvoya 2007
    44 Lauvoya – Halten – Roan 2007
    45 Roan – Grunnan 2004
    46 Folda 2004
    47 Namsfjorden 2008
    48 Gj?slingan – Dolmsundet 2009
    49 Ytter – Vikna 2003
    50 Vikna – Sklinna 2002
    51 Dolmsundet – Lyngv?r 2000
    52 Hogbrakan 2001
    53 Lyngv?r – Straumoyan 2001
    54 Vega – Bremsteinen – Skj?rv?r 2005
    55 Straumoyan – Tjotta 2005
    56 Tjotta – Donna 2005
    57 Vefsn – og Leirfjorden 2007
    58 Skipbatsv?r – Tr?na 2005
    59 Donna – Luroya 2005
    60 Ranfjorden 2003
    61 Tr?na – Nesoya – Myken 2005
    62 Luroya – Nesoya – Rodoya 2005
    63 Myken – Ternholman 2005
    64 Stott – Saltfjorden 2007
    65 Fleinv?r – Bodo – Landegode 2006
    66 Landegode – Kj?rringoy – Leines 2005
    67 Leines – Grotoya – Steigen 2006
    68 Steigen – Tranoy 2006
    69 Tranoy – Raftsundet 2009
    70 Rost – V?roy 2008
    71 V?roy – Lofotodden 2009
    72 Lofotodden – Stamsund 2008
    73 Ure – Gimsoystraumen – Svolv?r 2009
    74 Fuglehuk – Ramberg – Eggum 2008
    75 Eggum – Gimsoy – Gaukv?roya – Stokmarknes 2008
    76 Stokmarknes – Sortland – Malnes 2008
    77 Tjeldsundet – Harstad – Lavangen 2005
    78 Hovden – Langenes – Risoysundet 2007
    79 Risoysundet – Kv?fjorden – Harstad 2007
    80 Harstad – Sjovegan – Dyroya 2008
    81 Nordmela – Andenes – Dvergberg 2008
    82 Andfjorden 2007
    83 Dyroya – Gibostad 2004
    84 Gibostad – Rystraumen – Hekkingen 2008
    85 Ytre Senja 2007
    86 Ytre Kvaloya 2007
    87 Rystraumen – Tromso – Grotsundet 2007
    88 Lyngoya – Nordkvaloya 2008
    89 Sorfugloya – Torsvag 2008
    90 2002
    91 Grotsundet – Lyngstuva – Kagen 2005
    92 Karlsoy – Flatv?ret – Gasan 2002
    93 Fugloya – Arnoya 2003
    94 Skjervoy – Kv?nangen 2007
    95 Brynnilen – Loppa – Soroya 2005
    96 Altafjorden og Langfjorden 2007
    97 Soroysundet – Stjernsundet – Rognsundet 2005
    98 Soroysundet – Vargsund – Hammerfest 2005
    99 Kvalsundet – Revsbotn – Reinoysundet 2007
    100 Ytre Soroya 2005
    101 Hammerfest – Fruholmen 2006
    102 Rolvsoysundet – Masoya 2008
    103 Masoya – Nordkapp – Honningsvag 2008
    104 Nordkapp – Lille-Tamsoya – Sv?rholt 2008
    105 Reppvag – Kistrand 2008
    106 Porsangerfjorden. Kistrand – Lakselv 2008
    107 Laksefjorden. Kunes-Tommervik-Maroya 2003
    108 Sv?rholt – Hopseidet – Nordkinn 2009
    109 Nordkinn – Tanahorn 2004
    110 Tanafjorden 2004
    111 Berlevag – Batsfjord 2009
    112 Batsfjord – Hamningberg 2009
    113 Hamningberg – Vardo 2003
    114 Ytre Kiberg – Vadso 2008
    115 Vadso – Varangerbotn 2008
    116 Sor-Varanger. Bugoynes – Grense Jakobselv 2007
    117 Ytre Hardangerfjorden 2006
    118 Indre Hardangerfjorden 2006
    119 Osterfjorden og Sorfjorden 2008
    120 Hjeltefjorden. Stureterminalen – Mongstad 2007
    121 Ytre Sognefjorden 2009
    122 Indre Sognefjorden 2009
    123 Nordfjord 2009
    124 Aurlands- og N?royfjorden 2009
    125 Haugsholmen – Volda 2008
    126 Storfjorden. Ytre del med Hjornundfjorden 2008
    127 Storfjorden. Indre del. Sjoholt – Geiranger 2004
    128 Kristiansund – Sunndalsora 2008
    129 Halsafjorden – Surnadalsora 2008
    130 Trondheimsfjorden. Trondheim – Skogn 2007
    131 Trondheimsfjorden. Levanger – Steinkjer 2008
    132 Hogsfjorden – Lysefjorden 2001
    133 Innerfolda – Tosen – Bindalsfjorden 2006
    134 Ursfjorden og Velfjorden 2006
    135 Rodoya – Stott 2005
    136 Beiarn og Saltfjorden 2005
    137 Skjerstadfjorden – Rognan 2006
    138 Sorfolda 2006
    139 Nordfoldla 2006
    140 Tysfjorden 2005
    141 Ofotfjorden 2005
    142 Narvik – Skjomen – Rombaken 2004
    143 Malangen og Balsfjorden 2001
    Harbour Charts
    401 Oslo-Spro 1972
    402 Spro-Filtvet 1972
    451 Grimstad 2010
    452 Oslo harbour 1974
    453 Arendal harbour with harbour entry 2010
    454 Kristiansund harbour 1979
    455 Stavanger harbour with harbour entry 1987
    456 Alesund harbour 1979
    457 Mandal 2010
    458 Trondheim harbour 1952
    459 Kristiansand harbour 2005
    460 Bergen harbour 2003
    461 Narvik harbour 2004
    462 Svolv?r – Kabelvag 2006
    463 Mo i Rana 2008
    464 Fredrikstad harbour 1961
    465 Sarpsborg harbour 1960
    466 Tromsoysundet – Sandnessundet with Tromso harbour 1989
    467 Egersund harbour Sirevag og Hellvik with harbour entry 1997
    468 Tonsberg harbour 1961
    469 Nordre Karmsund with Haugesund harbour 1963
    470 Singlefjorden, Iddefjorden with Halden harbour 1964
    471 Kvitsoy and Skudeneshavn 1972
    472 Drammen harbour 1982
    473 Langesund – Heroya 2009
    474 Porsgrunn – Skien 2008
    475 Risavika with harbour entry
    476 Bodo harbour 2005
    477 Farsund harbour with harbour entry 1970
    478 Flekkefjord havn with harbour entry 1970
    479 Floro harbour, Stabben-farvannet 1971
    480 Larvik harbour. Sandefjord harbour 1974
    481 Asgardstrand – Slagentangen 1969
    482 Moss harbour 1975
    483 Fedje – Mongstad 2003
    484 Molde harbour 1982
    485 Sandnes harbour 1982
    486 Horten harbour 1980
    487 Harstad harbour 2006
    488 Bronnoysund with harbour entry 1986
    1989 Hammerfest with harbour entry 2006
    490 Ulvesundet with Maloy harbour 2010
    491 Karsto and Karmsundet 2003
    492 Melkoya – Muolkkut 2006
    493 Kollsnes 2008
    494 Nyhamna 2008
    Coastal Charts
    201 Oslofjorden – Oslofjordens munning 1977
    202 From Jomfruland to Fulehuk and Stromstad 1929
    270 Lopphavet 2005
    305 (INT1300) Skagerak 2000
    306 Skagerak, western approach 1968
    307 Stavanger – Floro 1982
    308 Floro – Smola 1977
    309 From Smola to Vega 1917
    310 From Leka and Sklinna to Vestfjord 1919
    311 From Stott to Andenes 1960
    321 From Andenes to Grotsund 1936
    322 Fugloybanken – Lopphavet 1960
    323 From Soroya to Nordkapp 1925
    324 From Nordkapp to Kjolnes 1959
    325 From Slettnes to Grense Jakobselv 1929
    502 Bjornoyfarvannet 1937
    503 From Bellsundet to Forlandsrevet m/Isfjord 1932
    504 From Sorkapp to Bellsund 1934
    509 From Storfjordrenna to Forlandsrevet m/Isfjord 1946
    510 From Kapp Linne with Isfjorden to Sorgfjorden 1946
    General Charts
    300 [INT10]Norskehavet 2008
    301 [INT140]Nordsjoen 2009
    302 From Bergen to Andenes 1932
    303 [INT100]Norskehavet, Norge-Jan Mayen 2008
    304 [INT101]Norskehavet, Norge-Island 2008
    315 [INT113]Gronlandshavet 2008
    505 From Bjornoya to Isfjorden, Storfjorden and Hopen 1983
    506 From Storbanken and Sentralbanken to Novaja Zemlja 1978
    507 Nordsvalbard 1986
    514 Barentshavet 1960
    515 Svalbard-Gronland 1962
    550 Dronning Maud Land 2002
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  • Swedish marine charts

    Number Name Date of publication Image
    General Charts
    2 Östersjön 9/22/2010
    4 Bottenviken 10/28/2003
    5 Bottenhavet 11/4/2011
    6 Östersjön, North 2/8/2012
    7 Östersjön, South 2/21/2012
    8 Skagerrak – Kattegatt 3/8/2012
    Coastal Charts
    11 Mälaren – Hjälmaren 2/26/2009
    13 Vänern 2/10/2011
    41 Bottenviken, North 11/10/2011
    42 Bottenviken, South 10/31/2011
    52 Bottenhavet, North 11/24/2011
    53 Bottenhavet, South 11/22/2011
    61 Landsort – Ålands hav 1/31/2012
    62 Gotland North Landsort 2/17/2012
    71 Utlängan – Öland – Gotland South 9/13/2010
    74 Helsingborg – Ölands Södra udde 5/18/2011
    92 Kattegatt 3/13/2012
    93 Skagerrak 3/13/2012
    Archipelago Charts
    111 Mälaren, East 2/18/2011
    112 Mälaren, North 2/23/2009
    113 Mälaren, West 2/17/2011
    114 Hjälmaren 2/17/2011
    121 Vättern 2/14/2011
    131 Slottsbron – Karlstad 2/16/2011
    132 Karlstad – Kristinehamn 2/17/2011
    133 Otterbäcken – Mariestad – Luro 2/18/2011
    134 Arvika – Säffle – Köpmannebro 2/18/2011
    135 Köpmannebro – Vänersborg – Lidköping 2/15/2011
    411 Malören – Seskarö – Haparanda 11/23/2011
    412 Estersön – Karlsborg – Malören 11/10/2011
    413 Hindersöharun – Töre 10/25/2011
    414 Germandön – Luleå – Estersön 11/10/2011
    414S Norströmsgrund – Rödkallen 11/10/2011
    415 Nygrån – Piteå – Germandön 10/27/2011
    421 Skötgrönnan – Skelleftehamn – Nygrån 10/27/2011
    422 Vännskär – Bjuröklubb – Skötgrönnan 11/1/2011
    429 Norra Kvarken 11/7/2011
    511 Holmön – Ratan – Vännskär 11/11/2011
    512 Bredskär – Umeå – Holmön 11/11/2011
    513 Järnäs – Hörnefors – Bredskär 11/1/2011
    514 Skag – Nordmaling – Jarnas 11/11/2011
    522 Hogbonden – Ornskoldsvik – Skag 11/11/2011
    523 Harnon – Kramfors 11/14/2011
    524 Bramon – Harnon 11/16/2011
    525 Balso – Gran – Bramon 11/14/2011
    532 Hallgrund – Hornslandet 11/16/2011
    533 Lovgrunds Rabbar – Soderhamn – Hallgrund 11/23/2011
    534 Bjorn – Gavle – Lovgrunds Rabbar 11/18/2011
    535 Oregrund – Grundkallen – Bjorn 11/22/2011
    536 Vaddo – Oregrund 11/22/2011
    611 Arholma – Furusund 2/3/2012
    612 Furusund – Saxarfjarden 2/2/2012
    613 Rodloga – Svenska Hogarna 1/18/2012
    615 Sandhamn approaches 1/26/2012
    616 Nynashamn – Dalaro 1/26/2012
    617 Havringe– Landsort 2/15/2012
    619 Alands hav 1/27/2012
    621 Slatbaken – Havringe 1/30/2012
    622 Stora Asko – Slatbaken 2/27/2012
    623 Ekno – Stora Asko 2/15/2012
    624 Bla Jungfrun – Krakelund 2/24/2012
    711 Borgholm – Oskarshamn 2/22/2012
    712 Kalmar – Borgholm 2/24/2012
    713 Olands Sodra udde – Kalmar 2/22/2012
    714 Utlangan – Olands Sodra udde 2/28/2012
    731 Gotland, North 2/27/2012
    743 Ahus-Simrishamn 01.07.2007
    821 Tarno – Utlangan 3/22/2011
    822 Ahus – Karlshamn 3/15/2011
    839 Trelleborg – Stenshuvud 3/2/2012
    921 Oresund, South 3/7/2012
    922 Oresund, North 5/11/2011
    923 Tylon – Kullen 3/7/2012
    924 Varberg – Tylon 3/12/2012
    925 Tistlarna – Varberg 3/13/2012
    931 Marstrand – Goteborg – Tistlarna 2/8/2011
    932 Gullholmen – Stenungsund – Marstrand 2/1/2011
    933 Hunnebostrand – Uddevalla – Gullholmen 2/4/2011
    934 Syd-Koster – Hunnebostrand 2/7/2011
    937 Idefjorden – Stromstad 2/8/2011
    Special Charts
    1131 Luro 2/22/2011
    1352 Gota alv – Trollhatte kanal, South 2/16/2011
    1353 Gota alv – Trollhatte kanal, North 9/10/2010
    4101 Lulea, Karlsborg 10/26/2011
    4151 Pitea 11/8/2011
    4211 Skelleftehamn 10/27/2011
    5121 Vegagrundet – Holmsund – Umea 11/8/2011
    5331 Soderhamn – Vallvik 11/17/2011
    5341 Gavle 11/21/2011
    6141 Port of Stockholm 1/25/2012
    6142 Vaxholm 1/26/2012
    6143 Kanholmsfjarden 1/23/2012
    6144 Sandhamn 1/23/2012
    6145 Namdofjarden 1/23/2012
    6162 Musko 1/26/2012
    6163 Dalaro 2/13/2012
    6171 Nynashamn 2/16/2012
    6172 Landsort 2/16/2012
    6173 Tvaren 2/2/2012
    6181 Sodertalje 2/17/2012
    6211 Oxelosund 2/1/2012
    6212 Braviken 8/11/2011
    6231 Vastervik 8/25/2011
    6241 Oskarshamn 2/29/2012
    7411 Utlangan – Karlskrona 2/29/2012
    7413 Karlskrona – Ronneby 2/29/2012
    8141 Flintrannan 3/6/2012
    8221 Karlshamn – Stilleryd 3/14/2011
    9211 Port of Malmo 5/6/2011
    9221 Helsingborg – Raa 2/1/2011
    9312 Port of Goteborg 2/7/2011
    9313 Vinga – Goteborg 2/7/2011
    9321 Marstrand 2/7/2011
    9331 Brofjorden 2/4/2011
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  • German marine charts

    Number Name Date of publication Image
    Nordsee, Skagerrak, Kanal
    2 Mündungen der Jade und Weser 04.11.2011
    3 Ansteuerung von Helgoland 19.08.2011
    4 Die Weser von Robbennordsteert bis Bremerhaven und Nordenham 17.02.2012
    5 Die Weser von Nordenham bis Farge 19.08.2011
    6 Weser von Farge bis Bremen 15.07.2011
    7 Die Jade, innerer Teil 02.12.2011
    42 Nord – Ostsee – Kanal 30.12.2010
    44 Elbmündung 30.09.2011
    46 Die Elbe von der Oste bis Brunsbüttel und Krautsand 24.06.2011
    47 Die Elbe von Krautsand bis Schulau 18.11.2011
    48 Die Elbe von Schulau bis Hamburg 18.11.2011
    49 Mündungen der Jade, Weser und Elbe 24.02.2012
    50 Deutsche Bucht 09.03.2012
    53 Cap Gris Nez bis Dogger Bight und Friesland Junction 13.05.2011
    63 Skagerrak 18.11.2011
    66 Der Kanal, westlicher Teil 26.08.2011
    67 Der Kanal, östlicher Teil 23.04.2010
    81 Limfjorden, Thyborøn bis Mors 29.10.2010
    82 Horns Rev bis Lindesnes 06.05.2011
    83 Fanø Bugt und Horns Rev 27.08.2010
    84 Friesland Junction und GW / Ems bis Vlieland und Borkum 06.01.2012
    85 Zeegat van Terschelling bis Harlingen 18.06.2010
    86 Terschelling bis Schiermonnikoog 23.09.2011
    87 Borkum bis Neuwerk und Helgoland 06.01.2012
    88 Helgoland 20.01.2012
    89 Juist bis Wangerooge 11.11.2011
    90 Emsmündung 27.01.2012
    91 Die Ems vom Dukegat bis Pogum 05.04.2012
    92 Die Ems von Pogum bis Papenburg 09.03.2012
    96 Tiefwasserwege und Friesland Junction bis Vlieland 04.11.2011
    101 Nordsee 15.04.2011
    103 Helgoland bis Rømø 05.04.2012
    104 Die Eider vom Eiderdamm bis Lexfähre 28.10.2011
    105 Die Eider, Norder- und Süderpiep 25.11.2011
    106 Hever und Schmaltief 04.11.2011
    107 Vortrapptief, Norder- und Süderaue 05.08.2011
    108 Lister Tief 16.09.2011
    109 Grådyb 23.09.2011
    111 Limfjorden, Mors bis Løgstør 20.03.2009
    192 Themse-Mündung, nördlicher Teil 02.09.2011
    193 Orford Ness bis Cromer 02.09.2011
    194 Ansteuerungen nach Felixtowe, Harwich und Ipswich mit den Flüssen Stour, Orwell und Deben 16.09.2011
    195 River Medway und The Swale 29.02.2008
    196 Ansteuerungen der Themse 18.02.2011
    197 Dover bis North Foreland 16.09.2011
    198 Themse-Mündung, südlicher Teil 24.02.2012
    199 Die Themse, Sea Reach 23.09.2011
    200 Die Themse von Hole Haven bis London Bridge 15.07.2011
    201 Orford Ness bis The Naze 01.07.2011
    202 Smiths Knoll bis Outer Dowsing 29.10.2010
    203 Ansteuerung von Great Yarmouth 13.05.2011
    204 Blakeney Point bis Flamborough Head 21.05.2010
    205 The Wash 23.04.2010
    206 Der Humber und die Flüsse Ouse und Trent 08.05.2009
    207 Dunkerque bis Oostende 15.04.2011
    208 Mündung der Westerschelde 26.08.2011
    209 Westerschelde, Vlissingen bis Paal und Terneuzen-Gent-Kanal 09.12.2011
    210 Westerschelde, Paal bis Wintam 18.11.2011
    211 Westkapelle bis Stellendam und Maasvlakte 30.03.2012
    213 Ansteuerung von Lowestoft 13.05.2011
    214 Kuopio – Juankoski, 1:40 000 04.03.2011
    215 IJsselmeer 07.10.2011
    216 Noordzeekanaal einschließlich IJmuiden, Zaandam und Amsterdam 30.03.2012
    217 Flamborough Head bis River Tyne 23.09.2011
    218 Tees Bay, River Tees und Hartlepool Bay 05.06.2009
    220 Häfen an der Ostküste von England 08.06.2007
    221 River Tyne bis Saint Abb`s Head 30.12.2010
    222 River Tyne von der Mündung bis Dunston 09.12.2011
    224 River Forth von Rosyth bis Kincardine 13.05.2011
    225 Montrose bis Berwick-upon-Tweed 28.10.2011
    226 Firth of Forth 18.09.2009
    227 Firth of Forth, innerer Teil 17.06.2011
    228 River Tay 02.06.2006
    229 Buckie bis Arbroath 28.10.2011
    230 Ansteuerung und Hafen von Aberdeen 17.09.2010
    231 Häfen an der Ostküste Schottlands 24.02.2012
    232 Moray Firth 13.04.2007
    233 Inverness Firth und Cromarty Firth 01.07.2011
    234 Cape Wrath bis Duncansby Head und Orkney Islands 08.07.2011
    235 Orkney Islands, westlicher Teil 29.10.2010
    236 Orkney Islands, östlicher Teil 29.10.2010
    237 Europoort und Nieuwe Waterweg 18.11.2011
    238 Rotterdam, Nieuwe Maas und Oude Maas 23.04.2010
    239 Krimpen a/d Lek bis Moerdijk 07.10.2011
    238 Rotterdam, Nieuwe Maas und Oude Maas 23.04.2010
    239 Krimpen a/d Lek bis Moerdijk 07.10.2011
    244 Tiefwasserwege bis IJmuiden und Texel 22.07.2011
    245 Straße von Dover bis Zeebrugge 17.02.2012
    246 West Hinder und Outer Gabbard bis Vlissingen und Scheveningen 17.02.2012
    247 Ansteuerung von Europoort und Hoek van Holland 10.06.2011
    248 Dunkerque 12.10.2007
    249 Gewässer um das Vereinigte Königreich und Irland 20.05.2011
    250 Straße von Dover, östlicher Teil 22.05.2009
    260 Ostansteuerung von The Solent 03.12.2010
    261 Newhaven bis Dover, Cap d’Antifer bis Cape Gris-Nez 09.03.2012
    262 Anvil Point bis Beachy Head 06.01.2012
    263 The Solent und Southampton Water 05.10.2007
    264 Westansteuerung von The Solent 22.09.2006
    265 Hafen von Southampton 16.03.2012
    266 Cap de la Hague bis Fécamp 23.07.2010
    267 Die Seine von der Mündung bis Rouen 07.10.2011
    268 Ansteuerung und Hafen von Cherbourg 08.01.2010
    269 Start Point bis Needles Rocks 01.02.2008
    270 Ansteuerung und Hafen von Poole 10.11.2006
    271 Ansteuerung von Portland und Weymouth 21.05.2010
    273 Lizard Point bir Berry Head 08.08.2008
    274 Ansteuerung und Hafen von Plymouth 21.05.2010
    275 Ansteuerung von Falmouth 07.08.2009
    276 Saint Agnes Head bis Dodman Point und Isles of Scilly 02.09.2011
    277 Ile d’Ouessant bis Ile de Batz 10.12.2010
    278 Les Héaux-de-Bréhat bis Cap Lévi 18.03.2011
    279 Le Four bis Baie de Saint-Brieuch und Guernsey 06.11.2009
    280 Ile de Vierge bis Pointe de Penmarc’h 09.03.2012
    281 Ile d’Ouessant und Ansteuerung von Brest 14.11.2008
    282 Ile Molène bis Audierne 10.12.2010
    283 Reede und Hafen von Brest 23.10.2009
    284 Häfen an der Nord- und Ostküste Schottlands (nur Pläne) 28.07.2006
    285 Baie de Douarnenez 10.12.2010
    314 Hafen von Boulogne-sur-Mer 04.09.2009
    473 Lindesnes bis Bömlo 15.04.2011
    753 Torbjørnskjær – Fulehuk – Rakkebåene 18.03.2011
    755 Oslofjorden, Færder-Halden-Strömstad 20.05.2011
    756 Oslofjorden, Fulehuk – Filtvet – Rødtangen 16.03.2012
    757 Oslofjorden, Oslo – Rødtangen – Drammen 16.03.2012
    758 Ansteuerung von Oslo 27.01.2012
    759 Svenner-Porsgrunn-Jomfruland 04.12.2009
    760 Jomfruland bis Risør 12.11.2010
    761 Risør bis Arendal 17.08.2007
    762 Arendal bis Lillesand 14.01.2011
    763 Ny-Hellesund bis Lindesnes 03.02.2012
    764 Lindesnes bis Lista 09.10.2009
    765 Lista bis Svåholmane 04.02.2011
    766 Nesvåg bis Kvassheim 03.12.2010
    767 Kvassheim bis Tananger 03.12.2010
    768 Lillesand bis Ny-Hellesund 16.10.2009
    1000 Nordsee, Nordblatt 15.04.2011
    1001 Nordsee Mittelblatt 29.04.2011
    1002 Nordsee, Südblatt 12.11.2010
    1030 Häfen von Le Havre und Einfahrt in den Chenal de Rouen 07.09.2007
    1036 St.Germain bis Cherbourg und Kanalinseln 24.07.2009
    1037 St.Germain bis Cherbourg und Kanalinseln 29.07.2005
    1038 Les Héaux bis Cap Fréhel und Jersey 19.02.2010
    1039 Ansteuerungen von Dieppe und Le Tréport 20.07.2007
    1040 Reeden von Caen und Granville 13.10.2006
    1041 Einfahrt nach Saint Malo 17.03.2006
    1471 Pentland Firth 12.03.2010
    1472 Scapa Flow 11.03.2011
    1473 Ansteuerung von Kirkwall 11/03/2011
    1474 Orkney Islands, nördlicher Teil 12.03.2010
    1476 Häfen und Ankerplätze zwischen Eyemouth und Scarborough 07.12.2007
    2910 Mariners’ Routeing Guide, German Bight 03.04.2009
    Ostsee
    11 Storebælt(Großer Belt), nördlicher Teil 19.03.2010
    12 Storebælt (Großer Belt). südlicher Teil 16.03.2012
    13 Storebælt (Großer Belt) Sprogø bis Langeland 08.10.2010
    14 Lillebælt (Kleiner Belt). südlicher Teil und Fahrwasser südlich Fyn 22.07.2011
    15 Häfen im Kleinen Belt und südlich Fyn 16.12.2011
    16 Lillebælt (Kleiner Belt). nördlicher Teil 25.03.2011
    17 Horsens-. Vejle- und Odense Fjord 15.10.2010
    18 Gewässer nördlich Fyn 15.10.2010
    19 Århus Bugt und Gewässer um Samsø 09.03.2012
    20 Gewässer nördlich Sjælland 08.10.2010
    21 Snævringen und Kolding Fjord 16.12.2011
    22 Isefjord 06.02.2009
    23 Roskilde Fjord, südlicher Teil 30.09.2005
    24 Kattegat. südlicher Teil 03.02.2012
    25 Kattegat. nördlicher Teil 16.09.2011
    26 Flensburger Förde 06.05.2011
    27 Als Sund. Sønderborg Bugt und Häfen im Kleinen Belt 30.09.2011
    29 Hafen von Århus 14.08.2009
    30 Kieler Bucht 18.11.2011
    31 Gewässer um Fehmarn. Heiligenhafen bis Dahmeshöved 29.04.2011
    32 Falshöft bis Holtenau 09.03.2012
    33 Ansteuerung der Kieler Förde 04.11.2011
    34 Häfen von Kiel 01.07.2011
    35 Neustädter Bucht 09.03.2012
    36 Travemünde bis Gedser Odde 21.10.2011
    37 Dahmeshöved bis Wismar 14.10.2011
    40 Sund. Hanöbukten bis Pommersche Bucht 20.05.2011
    41 Die Schlei von Schleimünde bis Schleswig (Teil 1) 20.04.2007
    43 Gabelsflach bis Fehmarnsund 18.11.2011
    51 Die Trave von Travemünde bis Große Holzwiek und Dassower See 01.10.2010
    52 Die Trave von Große Holzwiek bis Lübeck 01.10.2010
    54 Beltsee 01.04.2011
    60 Gedser Odde bis Akmeņrags (Steinort) 15.10.2010
    61 Arkona bis Rozewie (Rixhöft) 15.07.2011
    62 Kattegat 03.02.2012
    64 Fehmarnbelt bis Sund 09.09.2011
    68 Hafen von Göteborg 25.03.2011
    69 Ansteuerung von Göteborg 06.08.2010
    70 Einfahrt in den Brofjorden 19.08.2011
    78 Mariager Fjord und Randers Fjord 29.06.2007
    79 Finnischer Meerbusen 06.05.2011
    80 Limfjorden. Hals bis Aalborg 09.09.2011
    98 Ostsee 05.04.2012
    100 Geltinger Bucht 09.03.2012
    110 Limfjorden, Aalborg bis Løgstør 18.06.2010
    136 Stora Askö bis Slätbaken 20.05.2011
    138 Bornholm bis Öland und Ławica Słupska (Stolpebank) 10.02.2012
    139 Åhus bis Tärnö 16.09.2011
    140 Tärnö bis Utlängan 11.11.2011
    141 Rigaischer Meerbusen 22.07.2011
    142 Ventspils (Windau) bis Ristna 05.04.2012
    143 Klaipėda bis Ventspils 30.01.2009
    144 Rozewie (Rixhöft) bis Klaipėda (Memel) 02.03.2012
    145 Ustka (Stolpmünde) bis Rozewie (Rixhöft) 13.05.2011
    146 Niechorze (Horst) bis Ustka (Stolpmünde) 13.05.2011
    148 Paldiski (Baltischport) bis Gogland (Hogland) 10.06.2011
    149 Häfen von Helsinki und Hanko 18.11.2011
    150 Durchfahrten und Häfen an der finnischen Südküste 14.10.2011
    151 Arkona bis Kołobrzeg (Kolberg) 13.01.2012
    152 Gogland (Hogland) bis St. Peterburg (St. Petersburg) 10.02.2012
    153 Ansteuerung von Vysock und Vyborg 01.04.2010
    154 Einfahrt in den Finnischen Meerbusen. Saaremaa bis Hanko 03.06.2011
    157 Ansteuerung von Tallinn (Reval) 12.08.2011
    158 Ansteuerung von Muuga 18.03.2011
    159 Gewässer um Bornholm 09.07.2010
    162 Gewässer zwischen Rügen und Møn 02.12.2011
    163 Mecklenburger Bucht.östlicher Teil 03.06.2011
    167 Gewässer um Öland und Gotland. südlicher Teil 19.10.2007
    168 Gewässer um Öland und Gotland. nördlicher Teil 13.05.2011
    169 Stockholmer Schären und Ålandsee 09.03.2012
    170 Ålandsee 26.08.2011
    172 Bottensee. südlicher Teil 17.02.2012
    173 Bottensee, nördlicher Teil 04.02.2011
    176 Bottenwiek. südlicher Teil 16.12.2011
    177 Bottenwiek. nördlicher Teil 14.10.2011
    181 Kalmarsund, Borgholm bis Oskarshamn 14.01.2011
    182 Oskarshamn bis Mannen 14.01.2011
    183 Mannen bis Stora Askö 02.12.2011
    184 Kalmarsund. Kalmar bis Borgholm 05.11.2010
    185 Kalmarsund, Ölands Södra Udde bis Kalmar 05.11.2010
    240 Ostsee. nördlicher Teil 05.04.2012
    241 Bottensee 24.02.2012
    242 Bottenwiek 06.05.2011
    289 Häfen von Kopenhagen (København) 03.02.2012
    290 Helsingborg bis Råå 16.09.2011
    328 Sund. nördlicher Teil 23.09.2011
    329 Sund. südlicher Teil 27.08.2010
    330 Häfen von Malmö und Limhamn 19.08.2011
    477 Guldborg Sund und Karrebæk Fjord 10.03.2006
    478 Fakse Bugt und Bögeström 09.09.2011
    479 Grönsund und Storström 12.03.2010
    480 Smålandsfarvandet 28.10.2011
    481 Kullen bis Tylön 20.08.2010
    482 Tylön bis Varberg 10.12.2010
    750 Varberg bis Tistlarna 28.10.2011
    751 Hönöhuvud bis Hättan und Hauptfahrwasser nach Uddevalla 02.07.2010
    752 Hättan bis Hunnebostrand und Fahrwasser nach Uddevalla 19.08.2011
    754 Sydkoster bis Hunnebostrand 16.05.2008
    1300 Ålandsee und Turkuschären 20.01.2012
    1311 Kronštadtskij korabel’nyj farvater (Kronstädter Fahrwasser) 04.06.2010
    1312 St. Petersburger Seekanal 24.07.2009
    1314 Laitakari bis Säppi 19.03.2010
    1315 Häfen von Pori 09.03.2012
    1317 Einfahrten nach Kaskinen und Kristiinankaupunki 09.03.2012
    1319 Einfahrten nach Vaasa 03.05.2002
    1322 Stubben bis Storgrundet 12.09.2008
    1323 Storgrund bis Ulkokalla 08.04.2005
    1327 Raahe bis Röyttä 11.04.2008
    1328 Kemi bis Tornio 15.06.2007
    1335 Durchfahrten von Norra Kvarken 08.04.2011
    1400 Högsåra bis Hanko 03.02.2012
    1401 Hanko bis Jussarö 17.02.2012
    1402 Jussarö bis Porkkalanselkä 20.11.2009
    1403 Porkkala 29.10.2010
    1404 Ansteuerung von Helsinki 18.06.2010
    1405 Tallören bis Glosholm 18.06.2010
    1406 Pellinki bis Loviisa 17.07.2009
    1407 Tiiskeri bis Kaunissaari 17.07.2009
    1408 Kotka bis Hamina 16.12.2011
    1409 Kuorsalo bis Virolahti 16.12.2011
    1410 Nerva bis Vichrevoj 02.09.2011
    1411 Hafen von Rīga (Riga) 24.10.2008
    1421 Irbenstraße 04.09.2009
    1431 Ansteuerung von Ventspils (Windau) 19.10.2007
    1432 Hafen von Liepāja (Libau) 23.09.2011
    1441 Ansteuerung von Klaipėda (Memel) 20.02.2009
    1443 Zatoka Gdańska (Danziger Bucht). westlicher Teil 28.01.2011
    1444 Häfen von Gdynia (Gdingen) und Gdańsk (Danzig). Plankarte 15.10.2010
    1511 Greifswalder Bodden 27.01.2012
    1512 Peenestrom. nördlicher Teil 23.09.2011
    1513 Peenestrom, südlicher Teil, und Kleines Haff 16.03.2012
    1514 Zalew Szczeciński (Stettiner Haff). nördlicher Teil 25.06.2010
    1515 Zalew Szczeciński (Stettiner Haff) südlicher Teil 25.06.2010
    1516 Prorer Wiek 03.09.2010
    1517 Häfen von Szczecin (Stettin) und Świnoujście (Swinemünde) 07.01.2011
    1522 Hafen von Klaipėda (Memel) 23.09.2011
    1578 Greifswalder Bodden, nördlicher Teil 06.05.2011
    1579 Der Strelasund von Palmer Ort bis Stralsund 06.01.2012
    1621 Nördliche Rügensche Bodden 27.05.2011
    1622 Nordansteuerung von Stralsund 24.02.2012
    1623 Boddengewässer von Barhöft bis Bodstedt 30.07.2010
    1624 Boddengewässer von Bodstedt bis Ribnitz-Damgarten 08.07.2011
    1641 Ansteuerung von Wismar 16.10.2009
    1671 Ansteuerung von Rostock 03.06.2011
    1672 Hafen von Rostock 17.02.2012
    1683 Salzhaff 22.10.2010
    2911 Mariners’ Routeing Guide Baltic Sea 05.08.2011
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  • Finnish marine charts

    Number Name Date of publication Image
    Gulf of Finland 1:50 000
    13 Kuorsalo – Virolahti 30.4.2011
    14 Kotka – Hamina, Fredrikshamn 30.4.2011
    15 Tiiskeri, Digskar – Kaunissaari 30.4.2011
    16 Pellinki – Loviisa, Pellinge – Lovisa 30.4.2011
    19 Porkkala, Porkala 30.9.2010
    20 Jussaro – Porkkalanselka, Porkalafjarden 20.9.2010
    21 Hanko, Hango – Jussaro 20.8.2010
    Archipelago Sea 1:50 000
    22 Hogsara – Hanko, Hango 20.8.2010
    23 Kemio – Kimito 20.8.2010
    24 Jurmo – Vano 10.1.2008
    25 Korppoo, Korpo – Hogsara 20.4.2010
    26 Korppoo – Turku, Korpo – Abo 20.4.2010
    27 Kokar – Uto 20.4.2010
    28 Kihti, Skiftet 20.4.2010
    29 Houtskari – Lypyrtti, Houtskar – Lyperto 31.1.2009
    30 Kumlinge 31.1.2009
    31 Lagskar 30.9.2009
    32 Lemland 30.9.2009
    33 Geta – Vardo 20.9.2007
    34 Eckero 30.9.2009
    37 Lovskar
    Gulf of Bothnia 1:50 000
    40 Isokari, Enskar 10.8.2008
    41 Rauma, Raumo 10.8.2008
    42 Pori, Bjornerborg 20.11.2011
    43 Merikarvia, Sastmola 10.8.2008
    44 Kaskinen – Kristiinankaupunki, Kasko-Kristinestad 10.2.2010
    45 Storkors – Rovargrund 10.2.2010
    46 Bergo – Sodra Bjorkon 10.2.2010
    47 Holmogadd – Ritgrund 10.4.2005
    48 Vaasan saaristo, Vasa skargard 10.1.2008
    49 Mickelsorarna 10.4.2005
    50 Stubben 20.1.2005
    51 Pietarsaaren edusta, Jakobstads omnejd 20.5.2005
    52 Tankar 30.11.2007
    53 Ohtakari – Kalajoki 20.4.2010
    54 Pyhajoki 10.12.2011
    55 Raahe 10.12.2011
    56 Hailuoto 10.12.2011
    57 Vilsandi Island to Ariste Bay 10.12.2011
    58 Ulkokrunni 10.12.2011
    59 Kemi – Tornio 10.12.2011
    60 Oulunportti – Kemi 1 10.12.2011
    Vuoksi Watercourse
    424 Uimaharju – Koli, 1:40 000 20.8.2007
    425 Juuka – Lieksa, 1:40 000 10.1.2006
    426 Paalasmaa – Nurmes, 1:40 000 20.8.2007
    431 Suuri Ruokovesi, 1:40 000 30.9.2008
    432 Onkivesi, 1:40 000 10.11.2008
    433 Kuopio – Juankoski, 1:40 000 10.4.2008
    434 Vuotjarvi-Syvari 1:40 000 10.11.2008
    Kymijoki Watercourse
    441 Ruotsalainen, 1:40 000 30.6.2007
    446 Konnevesi – Niinivesi – Iisvesi, 1:40 000 20.1.2005
    447 Konnevesi – Virmasvesi, 1:40 000 20.1.2005
    452 Pielavesi – Nilakka, 1:50 000 10.1.2006
    Yachting Charts
    480 Inarijarvi, 1:50 000 30.9.2011
    481 Puula, 1:50 000 10.6.2010
    General Charts
    5 Selkameri, Bottenhavet, 1:350 000 31.3.2006
    931 Tornio – Oulu, 1:100 000 31.1.2004
    921 Vuoksen vesisto, Vuoksens vattendrag 1:250 000 20.5.2008
    935 Etelainen Ahvenanmeri, Sodra Alandshav 1:100 000 30.9.2009
    951 Itainen Suomenlahti, Ostra Finska viken, 1:250 000 30.4.2009
    952 Lantinen Suomenlahti, Vastra Finska viken, 1:250 000 30.9.2010
    953 Saaristomeri, Skargardshavet, 1:250 000 10.9.2010
    957 Perameri etela, Bottenviken sodra delen 1:250 000 10.5.2006
    958 Perameri, Bottenviken, 1:250 000 10.10.2005
    Harbour Charts
    101 Haapasaari, Saukko & Orregrund 30.4.2011
    103 Valko, Pellinki, Kilpilahti & Kalkkiranta, Valkom, Pellinge, Skoldvik & Kalkstrand
    125 Tahkoluoto – Mantyluoto, 1:10 000 20.11.2011
    132 Porkkala – Kantvik
    134 Hamina, Fredrikshamn, 1:10 000 30.4.2011
    136 Hanko, Hango, 1:20 000 20.8.2010
    138 Kotka,1:10 000 30.4.2011
    160 Maarianhamina, Mariehamn, 1:25 000 31.8.2005
    169 Degerby – Langnas, 1:20 000 20.10.2005
    190 Turku, Abo, 1:20 000 20.4.2010
    191 Helsinki, Helsingfors, 1:20 000 10.8.2008
    192 Vuosaari, Nordsjo, 1:20 000 10.8.2008
    Chart Folios of Sea Areas 1 : 50 000
    A Viipuri – Helsinki / Viborg – Helsingfors 30.4.2008
    B Helsinki – Parainen / Helsingfors – Pargas 20.4.2007
    C Aland / Ahvenanmaa 30.4.2011
    D Turunmaan saaristo / Abolands skargard 31.1.2010
    E Selkameri / Bottenhavet 31.3.2006
    F Merenkurkku / Kvarken 30.4.2011
    G Perameri / Bottenviken 10.6.2005
    Chart Folios of Inland Waterways
    J Vesijarvi – Paijanne, 1:40 000 10.5.2004
    K Keitele ja Keiteleen kanava, 1:40 000 31.5.2007
    L Lappeenranta – Savonlinna, 1:40 000 10.4.2006
    M Savonlinna – Kuopio,1:40 000 10.1.2006
    N Tampere – Virrat, 1:30 000 20.5.2010
    O Tampere – Hameenlinna, 1:30 000 29.2.2004
    P Valkeakoski – Langelmaki – Hauho, 1:30 000 20.3.2006
    R Pielisjoki, 1:20 000 20.5.2002
    S Saimaan kanavan kartasto, 1:10 000 10.1.2000
    T Oulujarvi, 1:40 000 31.5.2011
    V Savonlinna – Joensuu,1:40 000 10.3.2011
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  • Estonian marine charts

    Number Name Date of publication Image
    1:250 000 (60°)
    300 Paldiski to Narva 15.12.2006
    First edition
    Correction
    03.12.2010
    302 Turku – Tallinn – Helsinki 24.11.2004
    Second edition
    Correction
    03.12.2010
    305 Paldiski to Ventspils 22.06.2004
    Second edition
    Correction
    01.07.2008
    306 Gotland to Hiiumaa Island 15.12.2003
    First edition
    1:100 000 (60°)
    502 Kunda to Narva-Jõesuu 12.06.2000
    504 Muuga to Kunda 03.12.2010
    Third edition
    507 Tallinn to Helsinki 18.08.2005
    Fourth edition
    Correction
    03.06.2011
    509 Paldiski to Hanko 17.12.2008
    Fourth edition
    511 Peninsula Kõpu to Hanko 02.12.1999
    Second edition
    513 Vormsi Island to Sepamaa Bay 03.06.2005
    Fourth edition
    Correction
    01.12.2007
    515 Island Vilsandi to Peninsula Kõpu 28.11.2002
    Third edition
    516 Port of Pärnu to Island Ruhnu 22.06.2004
    Third edition
    519 Abruka Island to Roja Port 18.06.2003
    Third edition
    1:50 000 (59°)
    601 Narva Bay 20.12.2007
    Second edition
    603 Malyy-Tyuters Island to Toila 10.11.2008
    Second edition
    605 Kunda Bay to Malyy-Tyuters Island 17.12.2008
    Second edition
    606 Bay of Hara to Islet Vaindloo 30.08.1999
    First edition
    608 From Muuga Bay to Hara Bay 01.06.1999
    First edition
    610 Approaches to ports of Tallinn and Muuga 03.06.2010
    Fourth edition
    Correction
    03.06.2011
    612 Keibu Bay to Suurupi Peninsula 30.06.2008
    Second edition
    614 Laine Shoal to Keibu Bay 20.10.2000
    First edition
    616 Rohuküla-Heltermaa-Vormsi 21.05.2003
    First edition
    618 Peninsula Kõpu to Harbour Suursadam 12.06.2000
    First edition
    620 Kõpu Peninsula 28.11.2001
    First edition
    621 Heinlaid Islet to Kübassaare Peninsula 28.11.2002
    First edition
    622 Soela Strait 07.03.2001
    First edition
    623 Tagamõisa Peninsula to Kõpu Peninsula 06.03.2002
    First edition
    624 Vilsandi Island to Küdema Bay 06.03.2002
    First edition
    626 Kõiguste – Kübassaare – Sõmeri 07.03.2001
    First edition
    628 Sõrve Peninsula to Allirahu Islet 03.12.2001
    First edition
    630 Vilsandi Island to Ariste Bay 06.03.2002
    First edition
    632 Pärnu – Kihnu – Sõmeri 03.06.2011
    Second edition
    634 Ruhnu Island to Kihnu Shoal 28.11.2001
    First edition
    635 Sõrve Peninsula 06.03.2002
    First edition
    636 Kaavi to Kolka Cape 30.05.2002
    First edition
    637 Island Ruhnu 19.10.2000
    First edition
    638 Kihnu Shoal to Heinaste (Ainaži) 20.09.2002
    First edition
    650 Mustvee to Vasknarva 22.12.2004
    First edition
    652 Kodavere to Raskopelski Bay 24.11.2004
    First edition
    653 Praaga to Kolpino Island 15.11.2003
    First edition
    1:25 000
    744 Sviby-Rohuküla-Heltermaa 28.11.2002
    First edition
    752 From Soela Strait to Triigi Bay 01.12.2000
    First edition
    780 Pärnu Bay 30.05.2001
    First edition
    781 Kihnu Strait 01.12.2000
    First edition
    1:10 000
    827 Pakri Bay 10.11.2008
    Second edition
    856 Harbour Sõru 28.11.2000
    First edition
    875 Roomassaare Harbour 14.12.2005
    First edition
    881 Saaremaa Harbour 01.12.2006
    First edition
    1:7 500
    805 Sillamäe Harbour 20.12.2007
    First edition
    811 Kunda Harbour 20.12.2007
    Second edition
    816 Hara Bay 01.12.2006
    First edition
    820 Muuga Harbour 14.12.2005
    Second edition
    823 Kopli Bay 03.06.2005
    First edition
    850 Rukkirahu Channel-Rohuküla Harbour 04.12.2000
    First edition
    1: 5 000
    925 Rohuneeme Harbour 24.11.2004
    First edition
    929 Miiduranna and Pirita Harbours 15.11.2003
    First edition
    930 Vanasadam Harbour 03.12.2007
    Second edition
    931 Paljassaare Harbour 15.12.2003
    First edition
    951 Lehtma Harbour 24.11.2004
    First edition
    977 Pärnu Harbour 03.12.2010
    Second edition
    1: 2 000
    890 Mõntu Harbour 03.06.2010
    First edition
    950 Rohuküla Harbour 12.12.2011
    Third edition
    956 Heltermaa Harbour 12.12.2011
    Third edition
    974 Virtsu Harbour and Virtsu Vanasadam Harbour 12.12.2011
    Third edition
    976 Kuivastu Harbour 12.12.2011
    Third edition
    977 Pärnu Harbour 03.12.2010
    Second edition
    АТЛАСЫ
    Vol 1 From Narva to Paldiski 01.07.2007
    Vol 2 From Suurupi Peninsula to Saaremaa 01.08.2009
    Vol 3 From Saaremaa to Ruhnu 01.07.2007
    Emajõe Atlas Lake Emajõgi 01.08.2009
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  • Light Buoys Catalogue

    Spar buoy 160 Series Spar buoy 160/2
    Spar buoy 160/4 Spar buoy 160/4
    Sea buoy 225/6 nonlight  Nonlight buoy 225/6
    Sea buoy 300 Series Nonlight buoy 300/4 Spar buoy 350/6
    Sea buoy 400 series Light buoy 400/6 Nonlight buoy 400/6 Light buoy 400/7 Nonlight bouy 400/7
    buoy Sea buoy 500/5 Technical overview  
    Sea buoys 700/6 Light buoy 700/6 Nonlight buoy 700/6
    Channel buoy Technical overview
    Channel light buoy Technical overview
    Sea buoy 1000 Technical overview
    Sea buoy 400 Technical overview
    Installation manual Forankring
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  • FSN-03MR-ST

    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-ST) (for marine, riverine) for use of monitoring aids to navigation on stationary navigation sign in the seas, rivers, canals, reservoirs, lakes. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • FSN-03MR-SK

    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-SK) (for marine and riverine) for use of monitoring aids to navigation on stationary navigation sign in the seas, rivers, canals, fairways, rivers, reservoirs and lakes. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • FSN-03MR-S

    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-S) (for marine, riverine) for use of monitoring aids to navigation on leading line navigation signs to indicate ship routeing in the seas, rivers, canals, reservoirs, lakes. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • FSN-03MR-MK

    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-МК) (for marine and riverine) for use of monitoring aids to navigation on stationary navigation signs in the seas, rivers, canals, fairways, rivers, reservoirs and lakes. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-M) (for marine and riverine), installed on floating warning signs (light buoys and spar buoys) for indications and designations of the fairways at the seas, rivers, canals, reservoirs, lakes and for fencing of separate navigational hazards. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • FSN-03MR-D

    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-D) (for marine, riverine) for use of monitoring aids to navigation on stationary navigation signs to indicate ships routeing in the seas, rivers, canals, reservoirs, lakes. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • FSN-03MR-B’

    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-B') (for marine and riverine) without remote controlling (monitoring) system, installed on floating warning signs (light buoys and spar buoys) for indications of navigational hazards and designation of ship routeing at sea channels, and anchorage places at the seas, rivers, canals, reservoirs, lakes. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • FSN-03MR-B

    Navigational LED lantern Gotta-NVL(FSN-03MR-B) (for marine, riverine) for use of monitoring aids to navigation on floating warning signs (light buoys and spar buoys) for designation of navigational hazards, indication of ship routeing, sea channels and anchoring places at seas, rivers, canals, reservoirs, lakes. Visibility range, glimpse characteristic and the colour of light are determined in accordance with the requirement of the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities (IALA).
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  • Nautical Publications (NP)

    Number Name Date of publication Image
    Reference Publications
    NP100 Mariner’s Handbook Weekly update
    NP735 IALA Maritime Buoyage System Weekly update
    NP133A Paper Chart Maintenance Record Weekly update
    NP131 Catalogue of Admiralty Charts and Publications Weekly update
    5011 Symbols and Abbreviations Used on Admiralty Charts Weekly update
    NP294 How to keep your Admiralty Charts Up-to-Date Weekly update
    Routeing and Voyage Planning Publications
    NP136 Ocean Passage for the World Weekly update
    NP350(1), (2), (3) Admiralty Distance Tables Weekly update
    NPs 1-72 Admiralty Sailing Directions Weekly update
    NPs 74-85 Admiralty List of Lights Weekly update
    Supplements Sailing Directions & Distance Tables Weekly update
    NPs 281(1)&(2), 282, 283(1)&(2), 285, 286(1),(2),(3),(4),(5),(6),(7) Admiralty List of Radio Signals Weekly update
    NP284 ALRS Vol 4, Meteorological Observation Stations Weekly update
    NP Routeing Guides Weekly update
    Tidal Publications
    NP120 Admiralty Manual of Tides Weekly update
    NP 122(1),(2),(3) Admiralty Tidal Handbook Weekly update/td>
    NPs 201-204 Admiralty Tide Tables Weekly update
    NPs 209, 218-222, 233, 249-257, 263-265, 337 Admiralty Tidal Stream Atlases Weekly update
    NPs 214 & 215 Co-Tidal Atlases Weekly update
    NP Tidal Charts Weekly update
    NP160 Tidal Harmonic Constants (European Waters) Weekly update
    NP164 Dover, times of High Water and mean ranges Weekly update
    Celestial Publications
    NP314 The Nautical Almanac Weekly update
    NP303 (1), (2), (3) Rapid Sight Reduction Tables Weekly update
    NPs 401(1) to (6) Sight Reduction Tables for Marine Navigation Weekly update
    NP Astronomical Charts, Plotting Diagrams and Sheets Weekly update
    NP323 Star finder and Identifier Weekly update
    NP321 The Star Almanac for Land Surveyors Weekly update
    NP The Astronomical Almanac Weekly update
    NP Astronomical Phenomena Weekly update
    Notices to Mariners
    NP247(1), (2) Annual Summary of Notices to Mariners Weekly update
    NP Weekly Notices to Mariners Weekly update
    NP234A/B Cumulative List of Notices to Mariners issued at six monthly intervals Regular update
    Miscellaneous Publications
    NP713 Folio Cover for Charts Weekly update
    NP727 Ships’ Boats’ Charts Weekly update
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  • ITU

    Доступные издания

     
    Номер Название Дата издания Изображение
    ITU publications
    2 Radio Regulations (A5 format) 2008
    3 CD-Rom: List of Coast Stations, List IV 2011
    4 CD-Rom: Manual for Use by the Maritime Mobile 2011
    6 CD List of Ship Stations/Maritime Mobile Service. 2012
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  • LightHouse Control

    LightHouse Control is a multifunctional software product developed to monitor the condition (appropriate for  lighthouse lanterns) and location (appropriate for floating buoys and their lanterns) of navigational equipment. LightHouse Control consists of:
    • Electronic mapping system;
    • Real-time GSM module operation and low-orbit satellite communication systems NKCC and УКВ;
    • GPS modul (accuracy range up to 5 meters);
    • Tools for working with database of messages outcoming from sensors or lanterns СНО;
    • LIGHT_House_Pic1
    When connected together these components create a system of distant monitoring, which processes the following data and forwards it to the main control room.
    • Technical condition of the lantern;
    • Power supply status (an alarm will be activated in case the power supply drops more than 30% or if it falls below the assigned critical level);
    • Communication module status, time of the last communication session;
    • Information from additional sensors (impact sensor comes as standard equipment);
    • Coordinates of the current location and distance from the initially assigned location;
    • Allows viewing of previous data based on selected parameters and time period.
      LightHouse Control allows the user to form and configure user-defined chart collections, to create customized layers on the charts, to adjust the frequency of positioning check (by default this information is updated every 30 minutes), to set the radius of marginal drift from the original location, to forward messages from the navigational objects via SMS or E-mail. Screen_shot_2011-01-04_at_15.04.34
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  • Monitoring

    LightHouse Control is a multifunctional software product developed to monitor the condition (appropriate for  lighthouse lanterns) and location (appropriate for floating buoys and their lanterns) of navigational equipment. LightHouse Control consists of:
    • Electronic mapping system;
    • Real-time GSM module operation and low-orbit satellite communication systems NKCC and УКВ;
    • GPS modul (accuracy range up to 5 meters);
    • Tools for working with database of messages outcoming from sensors or lanterns СНО;
    • LIGHT_House_Pic1
    When connected together these components create a system of distant monitoring, which processes the following data and forwards it to the main control room.
    • Technical condition of the lantern;
    • Power supply status (an alarm will be activated in case the power supply drops more than 30% or if it falls below the assigned critical level);
    • Communication module status, time of the last communication session;
    • Information from additional sensors (impact sensor comes as standard equipment);
    • Coordinates of the current location and distance from the initially assigned location;
    • Allows viewing of previous data based on selected parameters and time period.
      LightHouse Control allows the user to form and configure user-defined chart collections, to create customized layers on the charts, to adjust the frequency of positioning check (by default this information is updated every 30 minutes), to set the radius of marginal drift from the original location, to forward messages from the navigational objects via SMS or E-mail. Screen_shot_2011-01-04_at_15.04.34
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  • Buoys Comparative Analysis

    General Description Our Light Buoys are made of high density polyethylene (LLDPE) and are filled with special styrofoam (EPS). Application of the rotational molding manufacturing method makes our buoys not only environmentally friendly, but also strong and lightweight with sophisticated body protection from hazardous effects of oil, gas, marine organisms, salt and fresh water and exposure to ultraviolet rays. General information Materials: All buoys are manufactured using extruded polyethylene with a rotationally molded external shell. The inside is filled with freon-free polystyrene; Wall thickness: from 5 mm to 18 mm; Height: from 3000 mm to 7000 mm; Diameter: from 160 mm to 1000 mm; Weight: from 40 kg to 250 kg (depending on the model); Ballast: from 22 kg to 200 kg; Anchor: from 200 kg to 2000 kg (please refer to ………….). Equipment: Light Reflector: standard for all models Radar Reflector: standard for all models Life Cycle: up to 10 years Warranty: 2 years Certificates: Quality Certificate: ISO 9001:2000. Accreditation: all products are officially licensed by the Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation Optional Еquipment: LED Lantern GOTTA NVL-M Distant Monitoring System

    Buoys Comparative Analysis

    Polyethylene Buoys Metal Buoys BMSL-88M
    DIMENSIONS
    Production material Polyethylene Metal
    Body composition One piece construction One piece construction
    Height From 3000mm to 7000mm From 1600mm to 6700mm
    Diameter From 160mm to 1000mm Up to 1600mm
    Wall thickness From 5mm to 18mm Up to 5mm
    Weight From 40kg to 250kg 2300kg
    Anchor chain diameter 19mm 28mm
    Anchor weight From 200kg to 1000kg Up to 2500kg
    Height of lantern 3500mm 3500mm
    Minimum draft 2500mm 3300mm
    APPLICATION
    Application in deep waters Up to 50 meters Up to 50 meters
    Application in shallow waters From 3 meters From 5 meters
    Application in currents Up to 6 knots Up to 6 knots
    Application in ice conditions Ice thickness up to 1 meter Ice thickness up to 1 meter
    EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT
    Resistance to corrosion Eternal resistance to salt and fresh water Needs regular maintainance
    Resistance to ultraviolet Eternal protection from UV Fading of colour
    Resistance to oil corrosion Eternal resistance to oil Not protected from oil corrosion
    Regularity of dye Never Annually
    In case of damaged body Stays floating on water Stays floating on water
    LIFECYCLE AND CARE
    Lifecycle Up to 10 years Up to 10 years
    Resources for Service, Maintainance and Transport Vessel with crane lifting capasity of 1 tonn Vessel with crane lifting capasity of 3 tonns
    SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
    CO2 emission during production Minimal High emission of CO2

    Our polyethylene buoys are distinguished by their low weight, high density hence strength of the body and long lasting period of exploitation without having to replace due to corrosion or fading of color.
    In comparison with metal buoys the polyethylene buoys do not require regular maintainance. The general checking of the buoys is carried out once in 3-5 years to control the state of the anchor chain; other things being equal the polyethylene buoy is not effected by hazardous weather conditions or salt water corrosion.

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  • Light House Light-Optical Lamp GOTTA NVL-M

    • Power: 5,6-22,5 V
    • Current: 200 mA
    • Color of light can be customized
    • Technical parameters can be customized
    • Monitoring and GPS- additional option
    • Mass: 1.3 kg
    • Operating temperature rang: -50 C to +70 C
    • Production time: 4 weeks
    • Life cycle: 5 years or 10000 hours
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  • Navigation

    Chart Display
    NDC2000 The product displays vector charts such as S-57 and C-MAP, also raster chart ARCS. ARPA and AIS information can be displayed. The system is easy to operate.
    ECDIS JAN-701B
    JAN701B The product is equipped with 3 high-speed processors for better image rotation. The device indicates AIS target symbols and information allowing for safe and effective navigation. Route planning can be made using table editor or graphical drawing. Editing user map includes functions of entering, moving, inserting and adding user maps.
    JAN-2000
    JAN2000 The product is equipped with 3 high-speed processors for better image rotation. The device indicates AIS target symbols and information allowing for safe and effective navigation. Route planning can be made using table editor or graphical drawing. Editing user map includes functions of entering, moving, inserting and adding user maps.
    Echo Sounder
    JFE380 NAVIGATIONAL ECHO SOUNDER JFE-380 (200kHz / 50kHz, 6.5" TFT LCD)
    • Compact sized display unit (6.5" TFT LCD)
    • No paper (Optional : External printer is available)
    • High accuracy and high reliability
    • Depth data for last 24 hours in memory to play back the past sounding information
    • Meets IMO standars MSC.74(69) Annex 4
    GPS/DGPS DGPS Receiver
    JLR4341 Equipped with Internal Differential Beacon Receiver, Capable of SBAS (WAAS/EGNOS/MSAS) correction. RAIM function is available. 12 Channel Parallel for simultaneous reception of 12 satellites and also IEC61162-1, NMEAO183 Output.
    GPS COMPASS
    JLR2030 5.7 inch high LCD screen with a fully integrated roll, pitch and rate of turn. Wide range of display modes with high speed tracking response (ROT 45 degree / sec.). Easy and flexible installation.
    GPS Receiver
    JLR4340 Capable of SBAS (WAAS/EGNOS/MSAS) correction, RAIM function is available, 12 Channel Parallel for simultaneous reception of 12 satellites and IEC61162-1, NMEAO183 Output.
    GPS/DGPS DISPLAY
    JNAV500 GPS sensor GPS 100 or DGPS sensor DGPS 200 can be connected. Large LCD display to provide may graphic modes (CDI mode, Plot mode, etc). Up to 20 routes and 499 waypoints are easily stored.
    GPS/DGPS Navigator
    JLR7500 JLR-7500 / JLR-7800 allows you to plan long distance routes highly effective. It is possible to set Rhumb lines (RL) for short legs, while Great Circle (GC) can be set for the long distance legs ? all possible within the same route. Simply make your selection for each leg to reach your destination effortlessly.
    Speed Log Doppler Log
    JLN205
    • Ensuring accurate measuring and stable indicating of ship speed since measurement is insensible to bubbles generated in navigation.
    • The installation on bow of what is less bubbles influence will be accomplished with a miniaturized transducer.
    • The large characters in main display helps easy glance.
    • To enable connecting GPS receiver will bring comprehensive speed information calculated by GPS information.
      This equipment is complied with the following standards. IMO Resolution A.824(19),Revised IMO Resolution MSC.96(72),IMO Resolution A.694(17). IEC60945:2002,IEC61162-1:2000
    Doppler Sonar
    JLN550 Ship speed measurement is insensible to bubbles generated in high-speed navigation, ensuring stable speed display. An underwater-mateable connector is adopted for the transducer, so that a transducer can be replaced at a quay even in case of its failure. The equipment is provided with an additional function of indicating the ship's fore and aft speeds and port and starboard speeds by entering GPS information. The ship's port and starboard speeds at its arbitrary position can be indicated by entering ROT information.
    VDR
    JCY1850 The JCY-1850 Simplified Voyage Data recorder (S-VDR) is a so-called black box which complies with IMO, MSC 163(78) performance standard according to IMO, SOLAS-V, Regulation 20 as well as VDR, recording navigational information, bridge conversation and VHF communication. The recorded data is used to analyze causes of an accident such as collision, grounding or sinking.
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  • Rutter

    Radar 100S6

    Radar100S6

    The Radar 100S6 has a rich mix of processing capabilities all layered together to provide multiple functions:

    • Multiple Target Tracking;
    • AIS overlay;
    • Radar recording;
    • Fusion of multiple radars data
    Sigma S6 Ice Navigator
    ice_navigator

    The Ice Navigator provides imaging of sea ice conditions. The displayed details allow:

    • Enable the ship to avoid difficult and dangerous areas
    • Optimize routing through icy water
    • Reduce fuel consumption and voyage time
    • Protect the vessel from hull damage
    Sigma S6 Oil Spill Management System
    oil_spill_detection The Oil Spill Management System allow to quickly detect oil spills with remarkable clarity and effectiveness as even small quantities of oil at far distances can be identified in extreme weather conditions and during fast currents.

    The system provides:

    • Spill outlines, dimensions and area calculation features;
    • Storage of up to 10 days of key data;
    • AIS target and chart overlay possibility;
    Sigma S6 Radar Processor
    RadarProcessor Sigma S6 is a Windows based hardware and software product that processes and distributes radar video and track data. With its multi layered processing Sigma S6 strips out weather and other forms of clutter that can constrain conventional radar and also enhances the radar’s ability to track very small targets and multiple objects moving at different speeds.

    Superior target detection and tracking capabilities make Sigma S6 a ideal for:

    • Harbour Security
    • Coastal Surveillance
    • Interdiction
    • Vessel traffic system
    • Shore-based search and rescue
    Sigma S6 Radar Recorder
    RadarRecorders

    Digital Data Recorder

      Sigma S6 Surveillance
    surveillance A complete tracking station with multiple sensors for enhanced detection and monitoring.

    The system provides:

    • Recording of Data;
    • Flexible system configuration;
    • Send and receive of messages using AIS technology;
    • Integrated ECS charting and functionality
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  • Marine radars

    ARPA Radar
    JMA7100 JMA-7100 SeriesFast image flow thanks to the 3 high-speed processors. Integrates 4 trail length modes, to instantly show ship's course. A wide dynamic range receive allows to overcome unwanted signals, thus maintaining constant level of clutter suppression
    Black Box Radar JMA-5200Mk2 series
    JMA5200Mk2 Black Box Radar JMA- 5200Mk2 (with ATA option) The JMA-5200Mk2 incorporates three processors, which allows for fast operation and improved differentiation of noise and targets under sea clutter. The radar system overcomes different sources of unwanted signals, maintaining a constant level of overall visible clutter. Optional TT (Target Tracking) function module with up to 30 targets, and or AIS interface, plotter control unit can be built in.
    JMA-5300Mk2 series
    JMA5300Mk2 Black Box Radar JMA- 5300Mk2 (with ATA option) The JMA-5300Mk2 incorporates three processors,which allows for fast operation and improved differentiation of noise and targets under sea clutter. The radar system overcomes different sources of unwanted signals, maintaining a constant level of overall visible clutter. Optional TT (Target Tracking) function module with up to 100 targets, and or AIS interface, plotter control unit can be built in.
    Chart Radar
    JMA900B JMA-900B seriesThe product combines radar technology and ECDIS. It is equipped with 3 high-speed processors for better image rotation. JMA-900B Series integrates 4 trail length modes allowing to show ship's course instantly. The device indicates AIS target symbols and information allowing for safe and effective navigation.
    Multifunction Colour Radar
    JMA5100 JMA-5100 seriesThe product has 4 unit configuration: Processor, keyboard, Display and Antenna. The screen can be vertical or horizontal and can have Flush-mount or Console-mount installation. The JMA-5100 integrates Radar System Data, Tracked Target Message and Own Ship Data output directly to the PC.
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  • Weather fax

    JAX-9B

    JAX9B The JAX-9B weather facsimile receiver is a very compact and lightweight solution, incorporating a set of enhanced features that allows for flexible operation.
    JAX-91
    JAX91 The JAX-91 Weather Facsimile Receiver is the paper base recording system, It is easy to check by the automatic printout function. On top of it, a new function characterizes that as a suitable Frequency is automatically selected on checking wave propagation, Frequency selection and timer operation in the area of the same Broadcasting station are enhanced.
     
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  • Navtex receiver

    NCR-333

    NCR333 5.7 inch Wide LCD Screen, Automatic Tune Function by GPS
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  • Radio Equipment

    Command microphone

    HM162E
    • DSC full control capability
    • DSC "Distress" button on back of unit
    • Full dot-matrix LCD
    • 2W external speaker terminal
    • Intercom function between radio and microphone
    • Waterproof
    Handheld IC-F61M
    ICF61M UHF Onboard Transceiver IC-F61M
    • IP67, dust-tight and water-proof construction;
    • Equiped with 5-Tone, CTCSS, DTCS signaling capabilities;
    • 700mW audio output power;
    • 8 minute voice recorder;
    • Priority scan and dual priority scan
    • Optional waterproof speaker microphone, HM-169 (IP57)
    • Built-in audio compander
    • Optional VOX headset available
    IC-GM1600E
    ICGM1600E Survival Craft 2-Way Radio IC-GM1600E
    • Superior low temperature characteristic Lithium battery pack;
    • Meets MED 96/98/EC, “Wheel mark” requirements;
    • One touch access to Channel 16 and call channel
    • Highly visible yellow colored body
    • Optional VOX headset for on-board use
    IC-M24
    ICM24 VHF Marine Transceiver IC-M24
    • Small and lightweight;
    • Energy-saving 3.7V circuitry;
    • Built-in regular charger circuitry;
    • Dual/Tri-watch functions
    • Auto scan function
    • One-touch access to Ch 16
    • AquaQuake™ draining function
    • Volume loud and mute functions;
    IC-M36
    ICM36 VHF Marine Transceiver IC-M36
    • Floats back to surface if dropped overboard (IPX7, 1m depth for 30 minutes);
    • Dual/Tri-watch functions;
    • 4-step battery life indicator;
    • Auto scan function;
    • Instant access to Ch 16 or Ch 9;
    IC-M72
    ICM72 VHF Marine Transceiver IC-M72
    • High resolution LCD display
    • Auto scan function to start scanning, when receiving no signal for a preset time
    • AquaQuake water draining function ejects water from speaker grill
    • 4-step battery power indicator
    • Dualwatch and Tri-watch functions
    • Auto WX alert function
    • Auto power save
    • Optional headsets plus OPC-1392 offers hands-free (VOX) operation
    IC-M87 (ATEX Version)
    ICM87 VHF Marine Transceiver IC-M87
    • Suitable for use in hazardous areas where flammable gasses or liquids are used;
    • Tough and waterproof;
    • 22programmable channels for PMR;
    • Instant access to Ch. 16 and call channel
    • Simple add/delete TAG scanning
    • 2 step power saver
    • Key lock function
    • Low battery indicator
    • Optional waterproof microphone, HM-138
    IC-M88(FM Safe Version)
    ICM88 VHF Marine Transceiver IC-M88
    • Approved intrinsically safe classifications for the IC-M88 intrinsically safe version;
    • Instant access to Ch.16 and Ch.9
    • Simple add/delete TAG scanning
    • Auto power save
    • Key lock function
    • 4-step battery indicator
    • 22 Programmable channels;
    MF/HF IC-718
    IC718 HF Transceiver IC-718
    • Covers 0.03-29.999999MHz* in SSB, CW, RTTY and AM modes;
    • 101 memory channels;
    • VOX (Voice Operated Transmission)
    • Digital S/RF meter
    • Band stacking register
    • IF shift interference rejection
    • Optional AF DSP capabilities
    • Squelch/RF gain control
    IC-M700PRO
    ICM700PRO SSB Radio Telephone IC-M700PRO
    • 0.5 to 29.9999MHz wide band general coverage receive;
    • Channel knob allows the user to tune specific frequencies around a memory channel;
    • 2 DIN connectors for external equipment connection-linear amplifier, FSK terminal, e-mail modem, etc.;
    • NMEA 0183 interface included;
    IC-M801GMDSS
    ICM801GMDSS MF/HF Marine Transceiver IC-M801GMDSS
    • 0.5–29.999MHz continuous receiver coverage
    • GPS connector
    • Built-in DSC, Class A
    • Connector for PC remote control
    • Large LCD with full dot-matrix characters
    • Digital signal processing
    • Automatic antenna tuner, AT-141
    IC-M802
    ICM802 HF Marine Transceiver IC-M802
    • Advanced DSP marine radio with compact remote head;
    • Digital signal processor;
    • Built-in ITU Class E DSC;
    • One touch e-mail button (160 e-mail channels);
    • Automatic antenna tuner, AT-140;
    • 0.5 to 29.9999MHz wideband receiver;
    JSB-196
    JSB196 The JSB-196 SSB Radiotelephone is of extremely compact and lightweight design for easy installation. JRC advanced Digital Signal Processing technology and high efficiency power amplification have enables this 150W SSB to be the smallest transceiver in its class.
    JSS-296/596/896
    JSS296 The JSS-296/596/896 MF/HF Radio Equipment is completely complied with GMDSS requirements to apply the vessel navigating A2, A3 and A4 sea area. This is an optimum and composite system with not only compact and lightweight design, but superior performance and highly efficient ensuring easy operation for distress and safety calling as well as general communication.
    JSS-2150
    JSS2150 The JSS-2150 is a Class A MF/HF radio equipment. JSS-2150 can correspond to the TELEX communication of GMDSS requirement by equipping it with NBDP option.
    Mobile IC-GM651
    ICGM651 VHF Marine Transceiver IC-GM651
    • Priority/normal scan
    • Dualwatch/Tri-watch functions
    • Instant access to Ch. 16 and call channel
    • 7 level adjustable backlit display and keypad
    • AquaQuake water draining function
    • Built-in ITU Class A DSC
    • PS-250 DC-DC and PS-240 AC-DC power supplies available
    IC-M411
    ICM411 VHF Marine Transceiver IC-M411
    • Keypad backlighting
    • External speaker connection
    • Up to 70 programmable channels (* Appropriate license will be required.)
    • Convenient favorite channel function and "TAG" scanning function
    • Dual watch and Tri-watch functions
    • Low voltage indicator for low battery alert
    • Waterproof;
    • Class D DSC capability;
    IC-M421
    ICM421 VHF Marine Transceiver IC-M421
    • Loud speaker audio
    • Up to 70 programmable channels (* Appropriate license will be required.)
    • Standard remote function microphone for channel and transmit power selection
    • Simple and easy tag scanning system
    • Dual watch and Tri-watch functions
    • Low voltage indicator for low battery alert
    • Built-in Class D DSC
    • Black or white colour versions
    IC-M505
    ICM505 VHF Marine Transceiver IC-M505
    • Dual/tri-watch function for monitoring Ch.16 and/or call channel
    • Instant access to Ch. 16 and call channel
    • 7 levels adjustable backlit display and keypad
    • Convenient “TAG” scanning function with simple add/delete
    • Optional voice scrambler, UT-112 for private communication
    • 25W hailer/RX speaker and fog horn capability
    • Waterproof;
    • Black or gray colour versions
    IC-M603
    ICM603 VHF Marine Transceiver IC-M603
    • Auto fog horn function with four selectable patterns
    • Front and rear panel microphone connection
    • Dual/tri-watch function for monitoring Ch.16 and/or call channel while using another channel
    • Instant access to Ch. 16 and call channel
    • 7 levels adjustable backlit display and keypad
    • 4×8 inch flush mount design
    • Convenient favorite channel function and “TAG” scanning function
    • Optional Voice Scrambler, UT-112 for private communication
    • AquaQuake function
    • RX speaker function
    VHF/UHF Radiophone JHS-7
    JHS7 The JHS-7 is a hand-held portable VHF radiotelephone for on-scene, life-saving two-way communication between survival craft, between survival craft and ship, and between ship and rescue boat in accordance with SOLAS convention.
    JHS-400A
    JHS400A
    • Remote Controllable
    • Easy Maintenance
    • Connectable to Public Addresser
    • Flush-Mount Type Available
    • Intercom Function with Remote Controller
    JHS-430
    JHS430 The JHS-430 is a 2 Watt UHF intrinsically safe transceiver designed for on-board, ship-to-ship or ship-to-shore communications in ship operations, loading/unloading, rescue operations and mooring. The JHS-430's ergonomic design and intrinsically safe structure are engineered to FM standards for use when transporting flammable, dangerous materials by Tanker, LPG carrier, LPG carrier and/or LO carrier.
    JHS-770S(simplex_semi-duplex)
    JHS770 Available as semi-duplex or full-duplex, this class A VHF radiotelephone incorporates advanced modular design that allows for maximum installation flexibility. Direct call by AIS and easy operation with JOG dial, as well as intercom & loudhailer function. All on a 3.8 inch high brightness LCD screen with 120 seconds recording.
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  • Inmarsat

    JUE-33
    JUE33 The Inmarsat Fleet F33 is a miniature Inmarsat mobile terminal which can be easily fitted on small and medium size vessels. The Inmarsat Fleet F33 offers voice, packet, 9.6K Fax and 9.6K Data services.
      JUE-85
    JUE85 The Inmarsat-C system offers Inmarsat service for global data communication. The JUE-85 Inmarsat-C mobile earth terminal is designed for marine use and provides two-way data/message communications anywhere in the world.
      JUE-95LT
    JUE95LT The JUE-95LT is a simple-to-install stand alone system that will easily and accurately transmit key information to improve the safety of life at sea.
      JUE-95SA
    JUE95SA The JUE-95SA is a small, lightweight and high reliability terminal and can be installed on any merchant vessels. The user friendly operation software can be loaded onto a personal computer to operate the system.
      JUE-95VM
    JUE95VM The JUE-95VM is a small, lightweight and high reliable terminal and can be installed on small and large fishing boats. The operation software can be loaded to a personal computer. Its operation is extremely user friendly.
      JUE-250
    JUE250 The JUE-250, a pioneering next-generation satellite communication terminal, delivers the most advanced maritime service available, fully contributing to the operational efficiency of vessel and crew.
      JUE-410F
    JUE410F Maritime communication has changed over the years, from telex, and telephone, to High Speed data gateways. That communication has got seamless with linking shore-side office network. The New FLEET F77 will support your comfortable communication and office work with incorporating cutting edge technology, flexible interfacing, and ensuring reliable and user-friendly operation.
      JUE-500
    JUE500 The JUE-500 FleetBroadband FB500, the latest-generation maritime communication solution from JRC, is compactly designed, easy to install and puts high-speed connectivity right at your fingertips.
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  • AIS (Automatic Identification System)

    JHS182 AIS (Automatic Identification System) is newly regulated equipment by SOLAS convention. This equips between ships and land station with TDMA using VHF frequency, and then display ship name, cargo, and so on. The equipment has JRC's advansed technology and compact size, will previde maritime traffic safety.
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  • GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress Safety System)

    JHS-7

    JHS7 The JHS-7 is a hand-held portable VHF radiotelephone for on-scene, life-saving two-way communication between survival craft, between survival craft and ship, and between ship and rescue boat in accordance with SOLAS convention.
    JHS-770S (simplex_semi-duplex)
    JHS770S Available as semi-duplex or full-duplex, this class A VHF radiotelephone incorporates advanced modular design that allows for maximum installation flexibility. Direct call by AIS and easy operation with JOG dial, as well as intercom & loudhailer function. All on a 3.8 inch high brightness LCD screen with 120 seconds recording.
    JQE-103
    JQE103 The JQE-103 is a float-free compact type EPRIB designed to transmit the 406MHz emergency signal and the 121.5MHz homing signal in accordance with IMO/CCIR and COSPAS/SARSAT regulations. This equipment must be fitted to comply with IMO SOLAS regulations.
    JQX-30A
    JQX30A The Search and Rescue Radar Transponder(SART)is life-saving equipment used for locating survivors in distress as an indispensable in the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System(GMDSS).
    JSB-196GM
    JSB196GM The JSB-196GM MF/HF Radio Equipment is a economical marine transceiver with high functionality designed to conform to the GMDSS A2 area requirements. The JSB-196GM functions to fully meet the latest regulations for maritime MF/HF communications by connecting the NCT-196 DSC terminal with a built-in watchkeeping receiver.
    JSS-296_596_896
    JSS296_596_896 The JSS-296/596/896 MF/HF Radio Equipment is completely complied with GMDSS requirements to apply the vessel navigating A2, A3 and A4 sea area. This is an optimum and composite system with not only compact and lightweight design, but superior performance and highly efficient ensuring easy operation for distress and safety calling as well as general communication.
    JSS-2150
    JSS2150 The JSS-2150 is a Class A MF/HF radio equipment. JSS-2150 can correspond to the TELEX communication of GMDSS requirement by equipping it with NBDP option.
    JUE-85
    JUE85 The Inmarsat-C system offers Inmarsat service for global data communication. The JUE-85 Inmarsat-C mobile earth terminal is designed for marine use and provides two-way data/message communications anywhere in the world.
    NCR-333
    NCR333 5.7 inch Wide LCD Screen, Automatic Tune Function by GPS
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  • Potable water testing

    Initiating from the 20th August 2013, implementation of the Maritime Labour Convention 2006, Standard A3.2- Food and Catering, para 7- “the competent authority shall require that frequent documented inspections be carried out on board ships, by or under the authority of the master, with respect to supplies of the drinking water. The convention applies to all ships other than warships, naval auxiliaries, fishing vessels, vessels of traditional build such as dhows and junks and vessels operating solely in inland or sheltered waters. Ships of 500gt or over, engaged on international voyages, and ships of 500gt or over flying the flag of a member state that has ratified the convention and operating from a port or between ports in another member state must be certified. World Health Organization (WHO) Guide to Ship Sanitation (2011) & Guidelines for Drinking Water Quality (2008)- “Recommended parameters to be monitored: - Coli or coliforms - Chlorine residual (daily) - Microbial quality – bacterial plate count - pH (daily) - Turbidity - Corrosion- related contaminants – iron & copper

    DRINKSAFE – EASY POTABLE WATER TESTING KITS

    Drinksafe
    • 500No. DPD1 free chlorine tests with comparator disc;
    • 500No. DPD3 total chlorine tests with comparator disc;
    • 500No. pH tests with comparator disc;
    • 250No. high range chlorine (superchlorination) tests with comparator disc;
    • Colour comparator, test tubes, tablet crusher & brush;
    • 25No. e-coli/coliforms tests with sterile containers;
    • 40No. bacterial plate tests with syringes;
    • Incubator & UV lamp;
    • Goggles & disposable gloves;
    • Test log-book Manual & training DVD – shows you how to take samples and do tests.
    Drinksafe Max DRINKSAFE + the following tests:
    • Turbidity tester
    • 20No. enterococci tests with sterile containers
    • 250No. copper tests with comparator disc
    • 250No. iron tests with comparator disc
    DRINKSAFE is guaranteed to be the easiest kit to use and includes more tests than all other available kits. It guaranteed to meet all Class & Flag state requirements, MLC & WHO Guidelines for operational and source water testing including pH, turbidity & metal residues; HOW TO USE:
    • pH, chlorine, copper & iron – dissolve test tablet in ampoule of water, put in comparator then read level from the colour disc. EASY!
    • E-coli, Enterococci – dissolve test material in beaker of water, incubate, then test for fluorescence with UV lamp. EASY!
    • Total bacterial count – syringe sample onto petri dish, incubate, then count colonies. EASY!
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  • SeeTrac

    Seetrac Tender Tracking Systems provide Real-Time Location and identification of watercraft, as they operate around a Superyacht. Tender Status is provided on the main vessel, instantly alerting crew to alarms. System features include:
    • PANIC buttons on all tenders and jet-skis’. Alarm is raised on the main vessel ECS, as well as alarm relay output;
    • “ON-TOW”alarm will be raised if the towing line breaks. It can also be used if rafting a tender behind the boat at night. Alarm relay output;
    • “Scout-ahead” Tender Depth is presented on the Main Vessel Chart System;
    • Satellite plug-in available, using 3rd Party Satellite tracking transponders. Tenders are displayed on the chart, as normal Seetrac targets, ensuring that no matter how far from the main vessel, they are never out of range.
     
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  • ECDIS (Electronic Chart Display and Information System)

    STANDARD ECDIS Standard meets all IMO and SOLAS regulations. Advanced technology in a simple package: 
    • 24″ Marine panel computer
    • Transas ES6 Trackball
    • Navi-Sailor 4000 ECDIS Software
    • Basic ECDIS functions
    STANDARD + A Standard set with the following additional features: 
    • AIS, ARPA and Target Management
    • Additional Sensors
    • Additional Route Planning Functions
    • Additional Chart Formats
    • Tides & Currents
    • Maps (user charts)
    • Navtex Interface
    PREMIUM Premium range utilizes the powerful RS6 marine computer with the latest Navi-Sailor 4000 ECDIS MFD software and Marine LED Display. Additional standard features include : 
    • Transas ES6 Trackball and Keyboard
    • User Configurations
    • Dual Chart panel
    • Left Side Information Panel
    • Docking Mode
    • Quick Distance Calculator
    • AIS MKD Functionality
    PREMIUM + ECDIS Premium package with unlimited access to the most comprehensive global information, services and support: 
    • Advanced Planning Functions
    • Predictor
    • Curved Headline
    • Rendezvous on the Route
    • e-Log Book
    • Conning Display
    • Check List
    • Voyage Plan
    • True Ship Contour
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  • Information integrator Navi-Conning 3000

    Navi-Conning 3000 is a software and hardware system, which is intended for the processing and recording of parameters supplied via different channels from external sources of information. This system will considerably simplify the work of watch officers by permanently providing valid information on the operation of ship systems.
    • Processing of parameters supplied via different interfaces from external information sources and their presentation on a single screen
    • Reception of information in network in digital and analogue formats
    • Provides base screen views and allows the possibility of custom-made individual screens
    • Extendable measurement unit database
    • Internal Recording functionality
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  • Navi-Radar 4000/chart radar

    Navi-Radar 4000 performs all the functions of radar and ARPA and can overlay electronic charts and AIS targets on a radar picture and is compliant with latest IMO and IEC standards.
    • User friendly, clear and logically structured interface
    • Handles primary radar information
    • Acquires and processes ARPA tasks (up to 256 targets)
    • Displays AIS target on the radar display and targets parameters output on the information panel
    • Official ENC/S-57 and Transas ТХ-97 format electronic vector charts overlay features assist safe and convenient navigation
    • Displays routes loaded from external systems’ ECDIS/positioning system
    • Associates AIS targets with ARPA targets
    • Can connect up to 2 GPS, 2 GYRO and 2 LOG+1 DLOG
    • Configuration of 2 Radar stations with SW scanner interswitch and provides ability to change rights of navigational Master (station with rights for navdata sources)
    • Displays information from 2 targets for data comparison
    • Fine adjustment of brilliance and contrast for perfect radar picture tuning
    • Flexible in both configuration and chart functionality
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  • Navi-Radar 3000-I

    Designed in accordance with IMO and IEC standards, Navi-Radar 3000-I performs all functions of a radar, ARPA and provides an overlay of electronic charts and AIS targets over the radar image. Navi-Radar also has the ability to integrate with other navigation products of Transas (Navi-Sailor, Navi-Conning).
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  • Electronic chart display and information system MFD Navi-Sailor 4000

    Multifunctional display Navi-Sailor 4000 ECDIS consists of a certified ECDIS, certified radar and also conning display (optional). ECDIS MFD Navi-Sailor 4000 is a flexible solution targeted to meet the requirements for mandatory availability of ECDIS on-board a modern vessel.
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  • BNWAS (Bridge Navigation Watch Alarm System)

    BNWAS What is Bridge Navigation Watch Alarm System (BNWAS)? Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System (BNWAS) is designed to monitor bridge activity and detect operator disability which could lead to marine accidents. The system monitors the awareness of the Officer of the Watch (OOW) and automatically alerts the Master or another qualified OOW if for any reason the OOW becomes incapable of performing his duties. This purpose is achieved by a series of indications and alarms to alert first the OOW and, if he is not responding, then to alert the Master or another qualified OOW. Additionally, the BNWAS may provide the OOW with a means of calling for immediate assistance if required. The BNWAS should be operational whenever the ship's heading or track control system is engaged, unless inhibited by the Master." The new product Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System is specifically designed to comply with SOLAS Regulation V/19 as amended by MSC.282(86) requiring a BNWAS to be installed on all new and existing ships. The system also meets the requirements of the performance standards set out by MSC.128(75) & IEC 62616. The system comprises of either a bulkhead-mounted or console mounted control panel with an onboard PIR (Passive Infra-Red) movement detector. The system is modular to accommodate any bridge size and layout with additional PIRs and/or manual resets both inside the bridge and weatherproof versions for the bridge wings. For vessels under Lloyd’s Register classification, the system is also available with just manual reset functionality rather than PIRs to meet with LR Type Approval requirements. Type approved by all major classification societies
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    BNWAS is the world’s first system fully type approved by all major classification societies. This means that if your fleet has ships of different class, you have no need to worry about the risk of a classification society rejecting equipment that is approved by another society or incurring additional certification costs that can be more than the cost of equipment itself. What arrangements will you need to make? Under the new amendments to SOLAS Chapter V, Regulation 19 newly contracted vessels need to have the system fitted, while existing tonnage must at the latest fit at the first survey from the dates below:   график соответствии VARIOUS CONFIGURATIONS
    • Minimum Compliance Package:
    1 x BNWAS Control panel 1 x Illuminated BNWAS push-button reset 1x 1st Stage audible alarm for bridge 1x 2nd Stage audible alarm for captain/officer cabin 1x 3rd Stage audible alarm for officer and mess rooms  
    • Advised Configuration – vessels over 15,000dwt - (minimum crew disruption):
    1 x BNWAS Control panel – Event Logging with SD Card 1 x Illuminated BNWAS push-button reset 1 x 360˚ Ceiling Mounted PIR sensor 2 x Corner Mounted PIR sensors 2 x IP65 Rated External Bridge Wing Push Button Reset 1x 1st  Level audible alarm for bridge 3x 2nd Level audible alarm for captain/officer cabin 3x 3rd Level audible alarm for officer and mess rooms 1 x Installation cable pack – (3 cables types, 350m of cable)
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