AVCS Updates by Email

 

AVCS updates from Novaco, keep your ENC holdings up to date, at all times. Access to the service is worldwide and benefits from the legendary simplicity build in all Novaco Services.



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Paper Charts

 

NovacoBridge is a comprehensive correction and maintenance solution for all Admiralty charts. Despite the on going migration to ENCs, paper charts remain the most widely used and most familiar charting platform.


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NovacoBridge

 

NovacoBridge goes beyond the delivery of digital Notices to Mariners to provide an information library that betters those used by many Chart Agents. NovacoBridge achieves radical simplification of the correction and maintenance process for charts and publications and removes the risk of operator errors.

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Nautical Publications

 

NovacoBridge simplifies the correction of Nautical Publications. It provides up to date summaries of corrections for Sailing Directions, Radio Signals and Light Lists without the need for NP247 or bulky loose leaf solutions.


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Admiralty Digital Publications

 

Digital delivery of corrections for Admiralty products is provided via email or satellite broadcast worldwide. ADPs have revolutionized the way navigational information can be accessed.



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NavArea Warnings

 

NovacoBridge provides Warnings for all 21 NavAreas sourced from the members of World Wide Navigational Warnings Service Sub Committee (WWNWS).  This is an invaluable service for the maintenance and verification of warnings received over the Inmarsat SafetyNET or international NAVTEX services

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ENC CDs by Satellite

 

NovacoENC is a "fax like" service that delivers all the Base and Update CDs via a fixed cost satellite broadcast. Subscribers of NovacoENC have access to all ENC updates within a day of their publication without having to wait for the delivery of physical CDs.


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  1. NGOs: South Asian shipbreakers can’t be included in EU list of approved facilities

    Environmental organizations are warning that the European Union’s legislation allowing the export of toxic […]

    The post NGOs: South Asian shipbreakers can’t be included in EU list of approved facilities appeared first on Offshore Energy.

  2. ABB to power P&O’s eco-friendly super-ferries

    Technology company ABB has won a contract with China's Guangzhou Shipyard International Ltd for supplying a full scope of integrated solutions for P&O Ferries’ two new vessels.

    The post ABB to power P&O’s eco-friendly super-ferries appeared first on Offshore Energy.

  3. DNV GL forecasts limited hydrogen uptake as it breaks down fuel choice prospects in shipping’s decarbonization

    DNV GL pointed to a relatively limited uptake of hydrogen as a ship fuel […]

    The post DNV GL forecasts limited hydrogen uptake as it breaks down fuel choice prospects in shipping’s decarbonization appeared first on Offshore Energy.

  4. MPA, SMI launch call for proposals to decarbonise harbour craft industry

    To support Singapore’s harbour craft industry’s transition towards a low-carbon future, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and the Singapore Maritime Institute (SMI) have launched a joint call for proposals on the electrification of harbour craft.

    The post MPA, SMI launch call for proposals to decarbonise harbour craft industry appeared first on Offshore Energy.

  5. MOL pays $253K for breaching anti-pollution laws

    Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has paid $253,300 in penalties to the […]

    The post MOL pays $253K for breaching anti-pollution laws appeared first on Offshore Energy.