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Route Planning With ECDIS


published on 11 July 2020 142 -

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What is voyage planning, Who is responsible, how do we comply with the rules and how do we utilize the features and functions available in an ECDIS?

Chart Projections and Chart Accuracy
https://youtu.be/kOaWimnAN-U

Principle Used For Creating Electronic Charts
https://youtu.be/xY_MBubhUFs

Display of Electronic Charts
https://youtu.be/qnoFO0T-cLo

Route Planning With ECDIS
https://youtu.be/s5ebZQru7mg

Sailing With ECDIS
https://youtu.be/GZrmzE24K44

Whats is Electronic Chart Display?
https://youtu.be/l6d6TifI2hA

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