Nautischer Dienst Kapitän Stegmann is official distributor of all Scandinavian Hydrographic Offices
Nautischer Dienst is official distributor of the Norwegian Hydrographic Service
The Norwegian Hydrographic Service is responsible for surveying the Norwegian coast, including polar waters and for preparing and updating nautical charts and descriptions of these waters. The activities also include studies of tides and currents and publishing tide tables.
We stock Norwegian charts and publications of the Norwegian Hydrographic Service and we can supply updated Norwegian PoD (Print on Demand) charts for the Main chart series. Tracings for Norwegian charts for an easier and faster correction are available as well.
Nautischer Dienst is official distributor of the Swedish Maritime Administration
The Swedish Maritime Administration publishes navigational charts for navigating Swedish waters. Navigational charts contain information on fairways, depth, coastline and other information necessary for safe navigation. Major efforts to collect information about the area are required to produce navigational charts.
Nautischer Dienst is official distributor of the Danish Ministry of the Environment / National Survey and Cadastr
The National Survey and Cadastre produces nautical charts and publications of the waters surrounding Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands that meet international conventions and specifications for safety at sea.
Nautischer Dienst is official distributor of the Finnish Transport Agency
The Finnish Transport Agency publishes charts and publications for the Finnish Waters. Finland started a move to international symbology in 2003 with the revision of the coastal charts for the Gulf of Finland.
Modern INT charts have almost entirely replaced traditional Finnish charts. The transition to international symbology has meant changes in colours, symbols and the coordinate system. The new symbology has been adopted by the International Hydrographic Organisation (IHO) as an international standard. The national coordinate system KKJ is replaced by WGS 84.