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As a distributor for the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) we can support all your charting and publication needs in both paper and electronic format. This site provides you with a means by which to shop for everything related to the UKHO supplies to maintain your navigation safety. No matter what size of vessel you own, captain or manage, we have the years of experience to assist you with choosing the right products.
This public site is an off-shoot of our more intensive and managed service which looks after the full navigation support of vessels. If you would like further information of this service please contact us.
Da Gama Maritime was established by professional mariners who wanted to make a difference to the industry through a number of areas. Focusing on navigation management and on board crew training the company initially worked solely with Superyachts but over the years this has broadened from small day boats to commercial ships.
Through this website you can purchase all UKHO paper and electronic charts and publications. With our Print On Demand capability, paper charts can be ready within minutes of the order being placed to be shipped the same or next working day.
With more vessels shifting across to Electronic Navigation we rely upon our years of knowledge using electronic charts to explain the differences to the numerous options available to the mariner. We can also assist in putting procedures together for use by Officers Of the Watch to maintain safety at sea.
Internationally recognised for meeting the strict requirements of ISO9001:2015, we have been certified by the British Standards Institution for our navigation management procedures. A copy of our certificate can be downloaded by clicking on the image below.
Da Gama Maritime is proficient in the latest regulations governing maritime navigation and safety and as founding partners in the ECDIS Revolution, a series of conferences dedicated to electronic navigation developments, we are committed to promoting the vital role navigation plays in SOLAS.