ADP

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Admiralty Digital Publications (ADP) are a collection of digital versions of the UKHO’s industry leading Admiralty Nautical Publications, used by mariners around the world.

 

ADP has been designed to meet SOLAS carriage requirements and, where approved by the vessel's Flag State, can replace the requirement for carriage of traditional Admiralty paper publications.

 

The Future of Navigation

Admiralty Digital Publications enable the mariner to make the transition from traditional paper publications to a new digital alternative. ADP forms part of the UKHO drive towards the digital future of navigation and complements the digital chart range of Admiralty products and services.

 

Official Data you can Trust 

All applications within ADP have been designed by the UK Hydrographic Office to meet the stringent navigational requirements of the commercial mariner. The data content is exactly the same as that provided in the equivalent paper publications but the digital format allows more flexible ways of viewing and searching for information.


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Admiralty TotalTide (ATT) – the world’s most comprehensive tidal prediction program, the digital equivalent of 4 paper volumes of Admiralty Tide Tables.

 

Admiralty Digital List of Lights (ADLL)- light and fog signal information on more than 70,000 unique structures from across the world, the digital equivalent of 11 paper volumes of Admiralty List of Lights.


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Compliant

The UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) and many other Marine Regulatory Authorities accept ADP as meeting the requirements for the carriage of official nautical publications to support the planning and execution of a voyage under the Merchant Shipping Safety of Navigation Regulations 2002. Full, up to date details of Marine Regulatory Authorities granting equivalence for ADLL, ATT and ADRS6 are available on the UKHO website at www.ukho.gov.uk

 

 

Fast & Efficient Updating

All applications are sold fully updated at the time of purchase and updates are provided electronically via the internet, email or CD every week as part of the subscription price. The updating process is completed in seconds, greatly reducing time and effort spent in manual correction and minimising the risk of human error.

 

Backup Licence

Each ADP application includes a second backup licence provided free of charge to ensure that a vessel is never left without access to essential navigational information.

 

Global Coverage 

All ADP products provide true global coverage divided into 10 regions to provide flexibility and simplicity of purchase.

 

Flag State Approvals

The number of Marine Regulatory Authorities that accept ADP applications as meeting carriage requirements for navigational publications is growing all the time. For a full, up to date list and for details of conditions please visit the UKHO website at: www.ukho.gov.uk

 

 

 

 

Admirality Digital Publications Brochure (1,3MB)

 

 

 


Admiralty Digital Radio Signals Volume 6 (ADRS6) - maritime radio communications information for pilot services, vessel traffic services and port operations for 3000 separate service locations worldwide. The digital equivalent of 7 paper publications which equate to Admiralty Radio Signals Volume 6. 

 

All three digital publications are provided on a single CD and can be individually licensed, installed, used and updated via a single common interface that is quick and easy to use. 

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