ProStar Publications 2011 NOAA Tide & Current Tables

Friday, October 29, 2010

ProStar Publications, Inc. announced that the 2011 NOAA Tide & Current Tables are now available for sale. These six volumes cover all navigable waters for commercial and recreational boaters and no information has been abridged or altered. Tide and Tidal Current data continue to be updated, generated by NOAA/NOS Service. The printing and distribution in book-form has been done by ProStar Publications, Inc since 1996.

ProStar Publications, Inc. titles include all U.S. Sailing Directions, U.S.C.G. Light Lists, Navigation Rules (International & Inland), NOAA Tide & Tidal Current Tables, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR’s), Boating Almanacs and the U.S. Notice to Mariners on a weekly basis.

ProStar also publishes and distributes numerous recreational titles. These titles are up to date and in stock when you need them. Orders are processed within 24 hours and normally ship within this time frame. We have established distributors and service customers worldwide.

These titles are U.S. Coast Guard APPROVED and exceed carriage requirements and satisfy all U.S. Coast Guard requirements including 33 CFR Ch. I (7-1-91 Edition), 164.33 Charts and Publications.

www.prostarpublications.com
 

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