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In the picture below can you guess how many charts I have selected ?
Well while it might look like I have selected three charts but actually I have only selected one chart. So if you don’t select first the berthing and then harbour charts in that order, there is a chance of you missing some charts.
Do you know how to do all this on ECDIS and with ENCs ?
If yes, you can consider yourself trained in the practical use of ECDIS.
They also argue that ECDIS should not be primary means of navigation till the time all ambiguities are eliminated and procedures streamlined. In this post I am trying to streamline some of the procedures related to ECDIS.
Many believe ECDIS has changed the way we navigate our ships.
Rightly so, after all we see our ship all the times on the chart.
I will demonstrate using JRC ECDIS and Chartco but the basic procedures will be same for other makes of ECDIS.
In ECDIS the charts are called ENCs or cells and the charts number as cell number.