- chart printed to order incorporating the latest corrections
- Carte ou livre en version numérique
En langue anglaise
- Echelle 2
- Format de la carte numérique
- Format raster géotiff
- Type de support numérique : CD, micro SD, ... ?
- Zone de navigation
- Carte numérique : neuve, mise à jour
BE CAREFUL don't confuse Admiralty raster Geotiff charts that are digital charts with Flat Admiralty Charts which are paper charts.
The price of this chart is only INDICATIVE , thank you to REQUEST A QUOTATION . The price will depend on your profession, its use and its destiny. It will be degressive depending on the number of charts you order.
Regarding the digital version, it will be sent to you via the internet by WeTransfer.
For Geotiff charts
- For Geotiff charts, the choice is restrictive because not all charts are authorised for sale. To be authorised for sale, the chart must contain Admiralty bathymetric data. Admiralty bathymetric data covers the United Kingdom and British dependencies, but also regions which have been surveyed by the British Admiralty. If the Hydrographic Service who provides data for an Admiralty chart has a sales agreement with the UKHO, the chart can also be sold in Geotiff format. Sales agreements for data between third country and the UKHO are relatively variable.
- To process a Geotiff chart order, you need:
- provide Admiralty with a polygon of the required coverage and scale for the selected data. It is slightly complicated and must be done following the Admiralty model requirements (we take care of this task for our clients).
- Each request requires a quotation when the charts are available. A minimum amount of 150 Euros excluding tax is invoiced per order.
- once the order has been confirmed, delivery of the files is processed by email or CD (if required by the customer). With the charts purchase, the customer can order an update for the charts during a year, if needed.
- to process a Geotiff order, the customer must explain its intended professional use and specify the number of stations on board.
Delivery of Admiralty raster Geotiff or ARCS charts consists of a link to download a file or a compressed file send by email.
Admiralty nautical charts Raster ARCS use the meter as reference unit.
Admiralty nautical charts comply with SOLAS regulations (Safety of Life at Sea) and are perfectly suitable for professional, commercial or leisure use. The charts in the series include a range of useful scales for navigation planning, ocean crossing, coastal navigation and harbour approach. Navigators should always use the largest nautical chart suited to their needs. In particularly busy maritime waterways like the British Channel, the Suez Gulf, the Straits of Malacca and Singapore, standard nautical charts are completed by itinerary guides, which provide advice for planning routes in these complex zones.
Familiar to navigators, nautical charts have undergone intensive evolution over time. Whatever chart is used, precautions must be taken for safe use. Admiralty collects and continuously processes all information necessary for navigation, and then edits it, notably on nautical charts. The elaboration of nautical charts is conducted by expert cartographers who analyse, select and compile data, in order to obtain a graphical synthesis: the mapped information. They use a wide range of information: bathymetric data base, wrecks, buoyage system, undersea cables, .... and also benefit from the advice of nautical experts, geophysicians, hydrographers and a specialised laboratory for aerial or satellite image exploitation.
Keeping your chart folio up to date on a regular basis enables the integration on new information (new hydrographic data, new regulations, modifications of navigation marks or harbour infrastructure, etc.) and it also makes them compliant with international standards.
According to the navigation zone, several insets - mainly harbours - can be found.
Admiralty raster ARCS charts are corrected daily, ; on the day they are edited, the latest updates are included. The year of issue of the chart appears on it.