Navigation II: Technical and Operational Ship Management" is both a practice-oriented reference work for boaters and for employees in shipping companies and shipping authorities and other shipping-related institutions as well as a practice manual for students, ship officers and teachers in education and training.
The revised and expanded Volume II describes devices, methods and procedures of nautical navigation - from the necessary basics to the possible sources of error and danger. It describes the potential, potential uses and limits of modern, currently used systems as well as the conventional procedures that need to be mastered and made available in an emergency.
The topics of the book are ship dynamics, maneuvering, stability, cargo technology and ship engine operation / system monitoring as well as maritime law, personnel management, emergency management, administration and environmental protection. New in the book: Maneuvering with Azimuth Drives and a Legal Chapter in English "Private international shipping law".
The publishers and authors are experienced captains, university teachers and experts from the nautical areas presented. They provide a sound connection between theory and practice and make the book a comprehensive standard work.
Thanks to the included e-book, users of a device with a pdf reader (PC, tablet, smartphone) can also access the content of the work electronically and with a search function.