Navigation Rules: International - Inland

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Paradise Cay Publications, Jan 1, 2010 - Sports & Recreation - 240 pages
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Includes Errata Sheet of Notice to Mariners (NTM) 22/13. This book contains a complete copy of the Inland and International Navigation Rules as presented by the United States Coast Guard. The Coast Guard requires that an up-to-date copy such as this one be carried on all vessels 12 meters (39 feet) or more in length at all times.In addition to a complete copy of the USCG edition (COMDTINST M16672.2D), Paradise Cay Publications has added the following features to make our book more useful and comprehensive. 1) We have created an Annotated Contents. This added feature will help guide the reader to a desired rule. The topic of each subsection of the rules has been noted for quick reference along with the page numbers for Inland and International Rules. 2) We have updated this edition for corrections presented in Notice to Mariners up through November 15, 2004. 3) We have included detailed instructions on how to log on to the NGA (National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, formerly NIMA) website and update this Rules Publication.
  

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These "Rules of the Road" apply to all vessels from jet ski to tanker. Vessels 39 ft and above must have a copy on board

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Had to suffer through this. Devil is in the details. Read full review

Contents

ii h Constrained by draft
8
PART BSTEERING AND SAILING RULES
14
a Positive in ample time 18
18
k Restricted vessels tending aids in lanes exempt 24 25
24
c Assume headon if doubtful 30
30
LIGHTS AND SHAPES
38
Powerdriven Vessels Underway
44
d Vessels on the Great Lakes Inland only
51
Pilot Vessels
104
Seaplanes
112
c Overtaking in narrow channels 118
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Signals to Attract Attention
124
Visual and audio signals that can be used to call for help 126
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Positioning and Technical Details of Lights and Shapes 132 to
149
Technical Details of Sound Signal Appliances 152 to
161

d Forward and aft Range lights required 58
58
g Inconspicuous tows 64
64
i Alternative lighting of towing vessel Inlandpart 70
70
e Under sail and power 78
78
d Additional lights for close group of vessels engaged in fishing 86 87
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d Restricted dredges and underwater operations 94
94
Vessels Constrained by Draft
102
Pilot Rules Inland only 167 to
173
PENALTY PROVISIONS
199
WATERS SPECIFIED BY THE SECRETARY
207
03 f on VTS call signs frequencies and areas
214
NOTICE TO MARINERS 5200
221
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The U.S. Coast Guard is one of the five armed forces of the United States and the only military organization within the Department of Homeland Security. The Coast Guard protects the maritime economy and the environment, defends our maritime borders, and saves those in peril. Their headquarters are located in Washington, D.C.

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