Isolated Danger marks

Isolated Danger marks. Isolated Danger marks are erected on, or moored on or above, isolated dangers of limited extent which have navigable water all round them. The extent of the surrounding nav...

Light flash characters

LIGHT FLASH CHARACTERS. All lighted aids to navigation, with the exception of those aids equipped with fixed (continuous) lighting, follow an established light flash character pattern. Such chara...

Colreg Rules 18, 17, 34

Two vessels: left - power-driven vessel; shall keep out of the way; right - any type of fishing vessel....

Colreg Rules 18 (a) (iii), 16, 34 (a) (b)

Tug & tow; 50 metres or more; astern > 200 metres in length shall keep out of the way of the fishing vessel....

Colreg Rule 24 (a) (v) (e) (iii)

Tug & tow; astern > 200 metres in length. ...

BERTHING WITHOUT TUGS

BERTHING WITHOUT TUGSWhen berthing without tugs, it is essential that the effects of lateral motion are fully understood.When a ship moving forward turns by use of engines and rudder alone, the effect...

Colreg Rules 34 (a), 23 (b)

Two vessels: left - "I am altering my course to starboard"; right - an air-cushion vessel; port side. ...

Colreg Rule 36

A vessel attract the attention of another vessel. ...

What is an IMO resolution?

The final document containing an agreement on some matter by the IMO Assembly or a main IMO committee. Assembly Resolutions have reference numbers prefixed by the letter "A", such as A.741(18), the br...

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