Coast Pilot 9 (Paperback)

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U.S. Coast Pilot 9. Edition 34. 2017 A code for a free app is now included. The app links to all harbors, ports, marinas and anchorages. The weather, the tides, NASA wind logs, online marine charts and aerial photos and videos. Communications details, engine troubleshooting, local knowledge, every seabird, every pelagic fish, animated knots, tips, suggested itineraries, the nav rules, the ocean currents, safety information, USCG, vessel traffic services, the radio frequencies, every dock, every fuel supply, food, supermarkets, every lighthouse, repairs, marine parks, USCG accident reports, safety check, Facebook, cruisers forum, email support group, interesting blogs and other social networks. Environmental issues. Live cams. Regulations. Wikipedia. Links to all Gov agencies, official alerts & warnings and more... + Your screen can become a full screen weather radar. + See the surrounding ships in real time on your screen with a link to AIS. + View updated charts using online chart viewer. + Before departure download and print current charts in booklet form. Topics in this Pilot include channel descriptions, piracy, safety, anchorages, cloud cover, local winds, humidity, temperatures, bridge and cable clearances, dangerous waves, currents, tide and water levels, prominent features, visibility, cyclones, storms, fog, precipitation, pilotage, towage, weather, ice conditions, wharf descriptions, dangers, routes, traffic separation schemes, small-craft facilities, and Federal regulations applicable to navigation. CH 1. GENERAL INFORMATION This is a huge resource on the app with hundreds of useful links to Government, USCG, Wikipedia etc. CH 2. NAVIGATION REGULATIONS. This chapter contains extracts from Code of Federal Regulations and links to the complete online code. CH 3. Cape Spencer to Beaufort Sea Alaska the largest of the United States, occupies the NW part of the North American continent. The State is bordered on the E and S by Canada and on the W and N by the Pacific and Arctic Oceans. CH 4. Cape Spencer to Cook Inlet This chapter describes the S coast of the Alaska mainland from Cape Spencer to Cook Inlet, and the many passages and tributary waters of Prince William Sound and Cook Inlet. Also described are the deepwater ports of Valdez, Whittier, Anchorage, and Seward, and the petroleum terminals and facilities on the Kenai Peninsula, as well as the numerous fishing and logging ports in this area. CH 5. Kodiak Island This chapter describes Afognak and Kodiak Islands and the numerous smaller off-lying islands which surround their shores. Also described are the various passes and straits leading between these islands, the port of Kodiak, and the numerous other fishing villages CH 6. Alaska Peninsula This chapter describes the S coast of the Alaska Peninsula from Cape Douglas to Isanotski Strait, as well as the Semidi Islands, Shumagin Islands, Sanak Islands, and many other smaller off-lying islands that fringe this part of the coast. Also described are Katmai Bay, Wide Bay, Chignik Bay, Stepovak Bay, Unga Strait, Pavlof Bay, Ikatan Bay, Isanotski Strait, and many smaller bays and lagoons, and the fishing communities of Sand Point, King Cove, Cold Bay, and False Pass. CH 7. Aleutian Islands This chapter describes the Aleutian Islands and the many passes leading from the Pacific Ocean into the Bering Sea. Also described are the harbors of Dutch Harbor on Unalaska Island, Kuluk Bay on Adak Island, Massacre Bay on Attu Island. CH 8. Bering Sea This chapter describes the N coast of the Alaska Peninsula. CH 9. Arctic Ocean This chapter describes the Arctic Ocean.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781463555405
ISBN-10: 1463555407
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: June 7th, 2011
Pages: 364
Language: English