Log Book Ship

In seafaring, a log book is a prescribed document in which events on board like weather and navigation are recorded on a daily basis. The keeping of a logbook is regulated by law in the Ship Safety Ordinance, and it serves as official evidence in the event of accidents as well as maritime emergencies. Sea-going vessels registered in the shipping register must keep logbooks, regardless of whether they are sailing commercially or belong to the recreational shipping sector. However, the form and content of the regulations for yachts and boats under 15 m that are not subject to registration are less strict than those for large ships. You must keep a ship's logbook chronologically with certain information. This includes: Navigation entries with courses, bearings, positions, soundings and the ship’s speeds. Get yours now at our shop.
 
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Register of Ship's Cargo Handling Gear English / German version
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Deck Log Book, English version
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Engine Log Book, combined German / English version, 2x12 Cylinders Turbo
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