Admiralty Digital Publications

Admiralty List of Lights, Admiralty Radio Signals Vol. 6 and TotalTide may replace the paper versions making it easier for the mariners

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Admiralty Digital Radio Signals Vol 6 – ADRS6

Admiralty Digital Radio Signals Volume 6 provides maritime radio communications information for pilot services, vessel traffic services and port operations worldwide. More than 3,000 service locations are updated quickly and efficiently every week via email or CD.
ADRS6 has been designed to meet SOLAS carriage requirements and uses the same official data provided in the paper Radio Signals vol. 6. Information is sourced directly from National Hydrographic Offices.

Admiralty Digital Radio Signals Vol 2 – ADRS2

ADMIRALTY Digital Radio Signals Volume 2 (ADRS 2) provides a range of regularly updated and compliant, digital positional and timekeeping references.
Easy-to-use and clearly displayed, it aids mariners’ calculations of positions and times worldwide, to help ensure ships are at the right place at the right time.

Admiralty Digital List of Lights – ADLL

The Admiralty Digital List of Lights provides light and fog signal information for more than 70,000 unique light structures worldwide and provides fast, efficient updates weekly.
Light-buoys of a height of 8 meters or greater are listed in ADLL. Some buoys with a height of less than 8 meters are occasionally included in the List. Light buoys which the General Lighthouse Authorities or other National responsible authorities consider to be of primary navigational significance are also listed.

Admiralty TotalTide

Total Tide is a comprehensive tidal prediction program designed especially for SOLAS shipping. Total Tide provides instant tidal height and stream predictions for the world’s commercial shipping routes. Tidal heights for the world’s Standard and Secondary Ports are displayed clearly and concisely both in a graphical and tabular format.
Total Tide enables you to select and simultaneously calculate tidal heights for multiple ports for up to seven consecutive days. Results include periods of daylight and nautical twilight, moon phases and a springs and neaps indicator. Under keel and overhead clearance can be calculated and displayed as a simple, yet comprehensive, graphic to ensure safe passage and port entry.