Annotated Navigation Rules: International Vs. Us Inland
This edition of the Navigation Rules has been highlighted to show all differences between the US Inland and the International versions of the Rules using the following codes. YELLOW means the rules are different. ORANGE means the rule is unique to Inland Rules. BLUE means the rule unique to International Rules. GREEN means differernt wording, but no practical difference. This product has been prepared and distributed by Starpath Publications to promote a better understanding of the Navigation Rules.
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COLREGS DEMARCATION LINES
WATERS SPECIFIED BY THE SECRETARY
VESSEL BRIDGETOBRIDGE RADIOTELEPHONE REGULATIONS
12 meters 20 meters 72 COLREGS ability to maneuver all-round lights all-round white light Alternative Compliance approximate position latitude best be seen Breakwater Breakwater Light Cape channel or fairway charted in approximate COLREGS shall apply comply Daybeacon easternmost engaged in fishing exhibit the lights fundamental frequency Harbor High-Speed Craft highwater shoreline Inland Navigation Rules Inland Rules Inlet Island Jetty Light less than 20 Lights and Shapes lights or shapes lights prescribed line drawn longitude luminous intensity meters in length Mile nautical miles Navigation Rules operations power-driven vessel prescribed in paragraph prescribed in Rule Quillayute River radiotelephone risk of collision Rule 30 Sailing Rules RULE seaward extremity shapes prescribed Shapes RULE 24—CONTINUED sidelights signals prescribed Simons Island sound pressure level sound signal South Jetty southernmost extremity Steering and Sailing sternlight thence traffic separation scheme vertical line vessel engaged vessel of less vessel restricted waters westernmost extremity whistle