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Also would include a print out of corrections and effected ENC cells for Port State Control purposes.Supplied by the UK Hydrographic Office The important role that T&P Notice to Mariners play in the paper chart world in providing the mariner with navigationally significant information is not yet fully mirrored in the digital world.One shortcoming of ECDIS is that it does not very effectively draw attention to temporary and preliminary (T&P) updates within ENCs.It is also a fact that not all Hydrographic Offices as yet include T&P information in their ENCs.At present therefore the only guaranteed source for T&P information is paper Notices to Mariners (NM) bulletins from national Hydrographic Offices providing local information or those, such as the UK (through Admiralty Notices to Mariners), providing a worldwide service.The UKHO has also recognised that the lack of consistent, worldwide, T&P information is a significant problem for mariners and, as an interim measure, is including all Admiralty T&P NMs in its ‘Admiralty Information Overlay’.Vessels only pay for charts actually used for navigation monitoring.

Transas Gateway works via a secure online internet connection from the vessel’s Navi-Sailor 4000 ECDIS to the Transas Chart Server.

However most reputable companies nowadays have the corrections for paper charts forwarded to the vessel by email and there is not an excuse for charts to be out of date.

The posting of CD’s rather than by email is purely used as a means to reduce costs to the ship owner.

Not a issue that is widely advertised by producers of ENC charts and I only know about it due to deficiency at an oil major inspection and numerous emails to the supplier of the ENC outfit on this vessel.

Obviously receiving the updates is an issue and these are normally forwarded to the vessel as CD’s in the post which can lead to delays just as it used to with corrections for paper charts.

Transas Gateway works via a secure online internet connection from the vessel’s Navi-Sailor 4000 ECDIS to the Transas Chart Server.

However most reputable companies nowadays have the corrections for paper charts forwarded to the vessel by email and there is not an excuse for charts to be out of date.

The posting of CD’s rather than by email is purely used as a means to reduce costs to the ship owner.

Not a issue that is widely advertised by producers of ENC charts and I only know about it due to deficiency at an oil major inspection and numerous emails to the supplier of the ENC outfit on this vessel.

Obviously receiving the updates is an issue and these are normally forwarded to the vessel as CD’s in the post which can lead to delays just as it used to with corrections for paper charts.

To reduce costs and also to avoid having to correct old charts, shipping companies often don’t purchase the needed charts until just before departing to a new port and this limits the navigator’s ability to prepare for the voyage.