Navigation Rules, International-Inland
DIANE Publishing, 1998 - 212 sider
Contains the International Regulations for Prevention of Collisions at Sea, 1972, the Inland Navigation Rules which were enacted by law on Dec. 24, 1980, and all amendments and revisions which have been adopted since 1983. The side-by-side presentation of the Rules allows the user to determine the differences between the International and Inland Rules. Also includes lines of demarcation, penalty provisions, alternative compliance procedures, waters upon which the rules apply, vessel to bridge radiotelephone regulations, legal citations, and a conversion table from metric measure to U.S. Customary/Imperial units. Illustrated.
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12 meters 20 meters action addition ahead all-round lights alternative anchor ANNEX apply appropriate avoid best be seen blasts Breakwater Bridge Cape carried channel circumstances compliance comply course direction distance DISTRICT East engaged in fishing Entrance exemption exhibit flashing forward frequency Harbor height indicate Inlet intensity International Island Jetty keep latitude least less than 20 Lights and Shapes lights or shapes lights prescribed line drawn longitude masthead light means meters in length Mile navigation North operations Pass placed Point port position possible power-driven vessel practicable prescribed in paragraph prescribed in Rule pushing range Regulations restricted River safe sailing vessel seaward extremity Secretary separation shapes prescribed Shapes RULE side sidelights signal sound South specified thence towing traffic trend United vertical line vessel engaged vessel of less visibility waters West whistle white light
Side 23 - This Rule applies to traffic separation schemes adopted by the Organization. (b) A vessel using a traffic separation scheme shall: (i) proceed in the appropriate traffic lane in the general direction of traffic flow...
Side 2 - That the following regulations for preventing collisions at sea shall be followed by all public and private vessels of the United States upon the high seas and in all waters connected therewith, navigable by seagoing vessels.
Side 112 - short blast" means a blast of about one second's duration. (c) The term "prolonged blast" means a blast of from four to six seconds
Side 30 - When two steam vessels are crossing, so as to involve risk of collision, the vessel which has the other on her own starboard side shall keep out of the way of the other.
Side 131 - ... height above the hull of not less than 20 feet, and if the breadth of the vessel exceeds 20 feet, then at a height above the hull...
Side 23 - ... normally enter a separation zone or cross a separation line except: (i) In cases of emergency to avoid immediate danger; (ii) To engage in fishing within a separation zone.
Side 136 - Rule 26(c)(ii) shall be placed at a horizontal distance of not less than 2 metres and not more than 6 metres away from the two all-round red and white lights. This light shall be placed not higher than the all-round white light prescribed in Rule 26(c)(i) and not lower than the sidelights.
Side 31 - When two steam- vessels are meeting end on, or nearly end on, so as to involve risk of collision, each shall alter her course to starboard, so that each may pass on the port side of the other.