Corrections for Paper Charts & Publications
At Riviera-Charts we can assist with the onerous but essential task of chart & publications corrections. We provide a correction service either on its own or as part of our chartroom management packages.
We all recognise the value of keeping charts up to date but that does not make the task any more enjoyable or desirable. Regulations demand it, inspectors scrutinise it and the pressure of managing a vessel does not make more time for this very important task.
Corrections for Publications
A corrections service for paper publications is available from Riviera Charts. The service ensures that the ship’s nautical publications can be brought up to date swiftly and accurately.
The service includes corrections for all:
- Admiralty Radio Signals
- Light Lists and
- Sailing Directions
The corrections service is available either (a) in the form of a page replacement book format or (b) in the form of a comprehensive cumulative corrections supplement.
Customers can further augment the benefits from this service by using NovacoBridge, the chart corrections solution by Novaco, to ensure that once corrected, charts are maintained up to date with minimal effort.
The service is also available for Imray Pilots even though carriage requirements do not enforce it.
For vessels that wish to consider the adoption of Admiralty Digital Publications, Riviera Charts working with the corrections specialists Novaco, can offer comprehensive advice on Digital Publications and arrange for the supply of such too. For further details please contact us directly.
For vessels that wish to store inactive folios of books on shore, Riviera Charts offer long term storage at competitive rates.
Long Term Storage
Storing charts and publications that are not required on board a vessel can be a major headache. Riviera-Charts offer a long term storage solution that ensures:
- Space on the Bridge is freed for other use
- Chart folios remain up to date and available within a 24 hour timescale
- Cancelled and withdrawn charts are replaced