Our specialization is the documents and information resources in the areas of naval engineering and civilian navy, designed to support the studies that are taught at the faculty.

Use the different tools to find what you are looking for: the search engine Discovery, the databases i UPCommons (the open knowledge portal of the UPC).

Libraries are closed, but we continue to work for our community UPC. From the FNB library we present a collection of electronic resources in the field of sailing so you can access it directly.

You can also check some special collections:

See Recommended bibliography to the teaching guide of the degrees and master's degrees taught at the Faculty. If you only want to view the recommended books and e-resources, you can check the "Show only e-resources" box.
We have also compiled the e-books recommended for undergraduate subjects of the ETF.

We offer you, in digital format, the exams that the teachers give us.

Your query is restricted access for the university community. You must validate yourself with the credentials of the virtual campus.

If you have to present your academic work, we recommend that you consult the "6 steps to make your TFG / TFM a success".

The library has also made materials that can help you: the "Guide for the writing and presentation of the Final Project" (TFG) "of the FNB, the template for the writing or the presentation of the course" Written skills for developing a project "... You can find them in"Final year and master's degree projects"of the FNB website along with the regulations and other documents.

Check other TFG at FNB academic work repository.

We also inform you about aspects related to the Intellectual property of academic work.

If you want to search for what has been published in the journals we receive, consult the database BaDeMar. It is a referential database specialized in nautical science and engineering.

We have much of the publications of the International Maritime Organization (IMO): regulations and codes, IMO model course, magazine articles, etc.

If you are from the UPC, you can also access the database IMO Vega on the web where you will find all the regulations of the IMO that affect the vessels (amendments, regulations, protocols, resolutions ... as well as the SOLAS convention, the IMDG code, the MARPOL, IAMSAR manuals ...). If you are interested in addressing the library desk.

The subscription to the package Voyage Data of Marine Traffic, allows:

- Obtain information and tools related to ships (past, present and future).

- Access to the positions of the boats of the last 30 days.

- Open a window with forecast of the future, with access to the ETA and information of the route.

- Arrival and arrival times, as well as conditions of loading and status of the current vessel.

Because it is of local access, to access it, go to the library staff of the FNB Library.

Apart from technical resources, you can find it novels, comics, movies, books ofexpeditions and trips i personal stories related to the sea.

You can also take a look at the 'exhibition of the year and other exhibitions from the library.

You can access our documents old background and Historical and equity fund, one of the most important in the field of nautical sciences.

You can see them videos Recorded during the lectures and acts of the school.

Portal dedicated to José Pérez del Río, full professor and great academic at the Official Nautical School (now Faculty of Nautical of Barcelona) where he joined as a student in the year 1924. Author of the thesis "In defense of the steam engine"That I converted, in the 1982 year, to the first" Doctor in science of the sea of ​​Spain ".

The members of the UPC you can read (not download) the complete collection of Standards UNE through the database AENORmás, including ratified (adapted but not translated) and discontinued rules.

With this infografia we give you some basic instructions on how you can consult them.

Last update: 15 / 05 / 2020