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Icelandic Hydrographic Office
Carte papier roulée En langue anglaise
The Icelandic Hydrographic Office publishes nautical charts of Iceland.

Data sheet

chart printed to order incorporating the latest corrections
Carte papier roulée
En langue anglaise
Classification scale paper chart
Paper chart format
Rolled chart in tube
Medium: paper, digital
version papier
Navigation area
Mer de Norvège
Chart type
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Description détaillée

We strive to only market the latest versions of nautical charts incorporating the most recent updates.

Icelandic Hydrographic Office nautical charts have the unit of measurement in the meter.

The Icelandic Hydrographic Office publishes high quality nautical charts, widely used by commercial ships, warships, pleasure yachts, and other types of vessels. They comply with international nautical charting standards and play a crucial role in the safety and efficiency of navigation at sea.

These nautical charts provide essential information for navigation at sea, including depths water, ocean currents, tides, ports, beacons, hazards, shipping routes, and much more. They are designed to help sailors plan their voyages, navigate safely and avoid obstacles.

They comply with international nautical cartography standards and play a crucial role in safety and security. efficiency of navigation at sea.

Icelandic Hydrographic Office nautical charts comply with SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) regulations and are ideal for professional, commercial and recreational use. The charts in the series include a range of scales useful for planning navigations, ocean crossings, coastal navigation and port entry.

Well known to navigators, the nautical chart has undergone, over time, profound developments. Whatever the map used, precautions must be taken in order to use it safely. Icelandic Hydrographic Office constantly collects and processes the information necessary for navigation then disseminates it in particular in the form of nautical charts. The development of nautical charts is carried out by expert cartographers who analyze the data, select them and compile them to develop a graphic synthesis: the mapped information. They use rich and varied information: bathymetric databases, wrecks, beacons, submarine cables, etc. and also benefit from the support of nautical experts, geophysicists, hydrographers and a specialized workshop. for the exploitation of aerial or satellite images.

Regular updating of the nautical chart portfolio aims to integrate new information (new hydrographic surveys, new regulations, changes in marking or port infrastructure, etc.) and to make them compliant with current international standards.

The paper: < /strong>This classic nautical chart is presented on flat 120 g/m² paper, generally close to A0 in size.

Cartridge: Depending on the navigation area, there may be one or more cartridges, which are usually ports.


Reprint and update: < /strong>Admiralty nautical charts are kept up to date daily and are only printed on demand, on the day of printing they include the latest updates. The year of edition of the card is written on it.