These works are used for localization (radionavigation), communication at sea (radiocommunication) and reception of information relating to navigation (navigational warnings) or meteorology (bulletins, advisories, weather charts , etc.). They give the characteristics of radio aids to navigation all over the world.
The Admiralty is a trade mark which depends on the UKHO (United Kingdom Hydrographic Office). This hydrographic service depends on the Royal Navy. It can be compared as the equivalent of our former French Ministry of the Navy or the equivalent missions are carried out by the SHOM (Service Hydrographique et Océanographique de la Marine).
Admiralty is the market leader, its portfolio of Maritime Data Solutions is present on more than 90% of ships worldwide and provides the widest official coverage of the busiest international sea routes and ports.
Dependent on sailors for over 200 years, the range includes over 15,750 Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs), 3,500 Standard Nautical Charts (SNCs) and over 200 print and digital publications.
The Admiralty's nautical charts and nautical works are suitable for navigation for yachtsmen and merchant marine professionals. With these documents, you will be able to navigate many miles with your pleasure boat, discover wonderful anchorages, go coastal or offshore sailing.
Some Admiralty digital documents can only be read with the reader of this hydrographic service. Here is the Installation and User Guide for this eReader.
All nautical charts, paper or digital, are edited to order and benefit from the latest updates. In accordance with the provisions of Article L221-28 of the Consumer Code, the right of withdrawal cannot be exercised for the supply of goods likely to be obsolete quickly. These charts are neither taken back nor exchanged. Consequently, these orders are concluded definitively as soon as the order is placed by the Customer according to the methods specified in these GCS.