The following ports were in the path of the Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) as it passed through the Philippines. Hardest hit areas appear to be southern Samar and northern Leyte when the Typhoon was at its maximum strength. A tidal surge predicted at 2.3 m., but due to compression within the San Pedro Bay, possibly exceeded 5.0 m. A further tidal surge appears to have spread up the Sulu Sea on the back of the passing of the typhoon.
Rarely are books considered innovative, however, by utilising existing technologies to get updated port data onto vessels, 'The Guide' has proudly achieved that status thanks to the Professional Publishers Association
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We would like to take this day as an opportuinity to not only thank all seafarers around the globe but to also thank some of our staff, who as ex-seafarers, play a vital role within the Shipping Guides team.Thank you to our Editors Mark Barnes, Mark Stelfox and Mark Snell!
The 2013/2014 Edition of Guide to Port Entry is now available to purchase
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Along with their development partners, Silicon Valley-based Cogniance, Shipping Guides were nominated, and highly commended, for the IT Development Team of the Year Award at the prestigious Professional Publishers Association (PPA) Digital Publishing Awards in the City of London.
Shipping Guides supports Day of the Seafarer
25 June 2012
"It came by sea and I can’t live without it!"
Maritime transport affects the lives of ordinary people every day and to emphasis this we at Shipping Guides wanted thank seafarers around the globe for delivering our favourite household items.