The one-minute guide to the nautical rules of the road / Charlie Wing.
This handbook of international and U.S. inland rules includes explanations of what the rules mean plus illustrations for easy understanding.
- ISBN: 0071479236
- ISBN: 9780071479233
- Physical Description: 157 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
- Edition: 2nd ed.
- Publisher: Camden, Me. : International Marine/McGraw Hill, ©2007.
Revised edition of: Boating magazine's one-minute guide to the nautical rules of the road. c1998.
"A United States Power Squadrons guide."
|Formatted Contents Note:||
What every boater needs to know -- Important definitions -- Do the rules apply to me? -- How am I responsible? -- Does my boat meed a lookout -- What is a safe speed -- Determining risk of collision -- Action to avoid collision -- In a narrow channel or fairway -- Traffic separation schemes -- Overtaking -- Power-driven vessels meeting head-on -- Power-driven vessels crossing -- Two sailboats meeting -- Mixed vessel types-the pecking order -- Fog situation -- Sounds-blow your own horn -- Lights-what can they tell you? -- VHR radio -- International and inland rules -- Steering and sailing rules -- Conduct of vessels in any condition visibility -- Conduct of vessels in sight of one another -- Conduct of vessels in restricted visibility -- Lights and shapes -- Sounds and light signals.
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