A mariner's guide to the rules of the road
Sets forth the many similarities as well as the important differences between the 1972 International Rules and the Inland Rules. Sections on the use of radar, radiotelephone requirements, and single-letter signals are also included.
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Preface to the Second Edition XI Chapter
Acknowledgements to the First Edition xiii Terms
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Marine Simulation and Ship Manoeuvrability: Proceedings of the international ...
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William H. Tate, A Mariner's Guide to the Rules of the Road 10 (2d ed. 1982). These lights are constructed so that each can only be seen from dead ahead or ...
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Tate, William H. A Mariner's Guide to the Rules of the Road. 2nd ed. Annapolis, MD: us Naval Institute Press, 1982. xviii. Page 20 ...
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