Colreg Rule 35 (h)

Aground in restricted visibility; more than 100 metres. ...

What are the different types of legal instrument that IMO develops?

(1) Conventions; (2) protocols; (3) recommendations, codes and guidelines; and (4) resolutions....

Colreg Rule 34 (a) (ii)

Two vessels: left - "I am altering my course to port". ...

What are the principal bodies in IMO's structure?

The Assembly (of all Member States); the Council (32 elected Member States); the Maritime Safetv Committee (MSC); the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC); Legal Committee; Technical Co-oper...

Colreg Rules 18, 16, 27

Two vessels: left - sailing vessel; shall keep out of the way; right - vessel engaged in mine clearance....

What is the IMO?

The International Maritime Organization, a specialised agency of the United Nations which is responsible for measures to improve the safety and security of international shipping and to prevent marine...

What is a Party State or Contracting State?

An IMO Member State which has ratified or accepted an IMO instrument such as a convention or protocol, or an annex to a convention....

Colreg Rules 18, 16, 34

Two vessels: left - fishing vessel other than a trawler; shall keep out of the way; right - restricted in her ability to manoeuvre....

Cardinal marks

Cardinal marks. Cardinal marks are used in conjunction with the compass to indicate where the mariner may find the best navigable water. They are placed in one of the four quadrants (North, South...

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