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SHIP ' S BUSINESS ONE xii SHIPMASTER ' S HANDBOOK ON SHIP ' S
Author: James R. Aragon
Publisher: Cornell Maritime Pr/Tidewater Pub
This is the second edition of a book that has been an invaluable aid to shipmasters around the world for nearly twenty years. A complete guide for the newly appointed master, it also is useful to the experienced master as a checklist for the myriad forms, statements, and paperwork required in all phases of ship's business: shipping articles, vessel documents and certificates, crew lists, customs, immigration, accounting, bills of lading, charter parties, vessel accidents, logbooks, and others.
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excerpted from the second edition of the Shipmaster ' s Handbook on Ship ' s
Author: Edward A. Turpin
Publisher: Cornell Maritime Press/Tidewater Publishers
This handbook, first issued in 1942, is designed to be used as a textbook or a study guide for the "hawsepiper." The twenty-five chapters contain information on electronics, celestial navigation, rules of the road, engineering, etc., --that will be helpful to the third mate, experienced mariner, or student preparing for a licensing examination.