Kaz 2-Ghost Ship

Kaz II: Mystery of Mary Celeste Repeated

As if the ocean in itself is not mysterious enough, there are incidents which bring an eerie feeling for the huge water bodies. It is not often that a ship floating properly on the surface of the water is found totally isolated as if the crew [...]

Limitations of Ship Radar: Part I

We have already taken a look at the shipborne radar in detail in some of our other postings. Though the radar is an extremely useful instrument to have on board ships and has made life really easy, there are some limitations of a radar set too. [...]

Epaulets & Knots Quiz

Knots are the lifeline of a sailor and even with the advancements in technology, the knowledge of knots is considered vital for a seaman. Find out how much you know about the different types of knots which are used by sailors as well as the [...]

Ship Garbage Management: IMO Regulations

In this post we are giving some basic tips about garbage management on ships. Garbage is not only a huge problem on land but in the oceans as well. Gone are the days when you could dump everything and anything in the sea. Nowadays garbage disposal [...]

Atmosphere & Oceans: Some Basic Facts – Part I

We will learn some basic facts about atmosphere and the oceans in this post. We all know that a sailor has a special relationship to sea and this is not only philosophical but a purely practical everyday affair. Hence it is vital than a navigating [...]

How Shipborne Marine Radar Works?

We are publishing a series on marine radar for the benefit of our viewers on huge public demand especially from our navigating side viewers. This does contain sections of work taken from various published sources with due permission. Here is [...]
INS Kochi, India's Deadliest Warship

INS Kochi, India’s Deadliest Warship

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Navigation Officer’s Guide to Weather

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