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Subject:eMAR news - 10/05/2014

NOAA’s HF Radar Paves Way for Safer Navigation

A new NOAA National Ocean Service website will provide mariners near real-time coastal ocean surface current observations and tidal current predictions in coastal waters using high frequency (HF) radar, making marine navigation safer for mariners and commercial shippers

http://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/122949/noaas-hf-radar-paves-way-for-safer-navigation/

 

Six navigation apps for the 21st century captain

The explosive growth of smartphones and tablets has eMaritime News for 10th May 2014

brought with it a blossoming trade in mobile navigation apps. With an ever-expanding list of chartplotting software available, Ship Technology presents five of the most prominent apps on the market.…

http://www.ship-technology.com/features/featuresix-navigation-apps-for-the-21st-century-captain-4261464/

 

More shippers benchmark their shipping costs

More shippers are benchmarking their container shipping costs to ensure that they secure the most favourable freight rates possible.

http://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/News.aspx?ElementId=1581024f-ecc2-4d92-b37d-d494fe177e36

 

'Athens Declaration' sets EU future maritime transport policy priorities

Mid-term Review of the EU's Maritime Transport Policy until 2018 and Outlook to 2020

http://www.safety4sea.com/athens-declaration-sets-eu-future-maritime-transport-policy-priorities-20328

 

EMSA maritime surveillance services to benefit from satellite launch

Maritime applications are set to benefit from the first satellite launch of the EU Copernicus programme on 3 April, from Kourou, French Guyana.

http://www.safety4sea.com/emsa-maritime-surveillance-services-to-benefit-from-satellite-launch-20365

 
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