Navigation Rules, International-Inland
United States Department of Transportation, Mar 25, 1999 - Law - 226 pages
Official publication contains International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972 (COLREGS), incorporating amendments, which became effective on November 19, 1989 and November 1995. Also includes the Inland Navigation Rules that have been in effect for all inland waters, including the Great Lakes, since Mar. 1, 1983. Provides all revisions through January 1, 1999. International rules and inland rules for similar subjects are printed side-by-side for comparison.
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NAVIGATION RULES AND REGULATIONS International and Inland PART AGeneral Rule 1Application
PART BSteering and Sailing Rules SectionSubpart IConduct of Vessels In Any Condition of Visibility Rule 4Application
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12 meters 20 meters 72 COLREGS ability to maneuver all-round lights all-round white light Alternative Compliance barge best be seen Breakwater Breakwater Light Cape channel or fairway Coast Guard comply Daybeacon DlSTRlCT engaged in fishing ernmost extremity exhibit the lights Harbor highwater shoreline Jetty Light less than 20 Lights and Shapes lights or shapes lights prescribed line drawn lnland Navigation Rules lnland Rules longitude lsland luminous intensity meters in length Mile nautical mile navigable waters Navigation Rules operation Pillar Point Harbor power-driven vessel prescribed in paragraph prescribed in Rule Quillayute River radiotelephone restricted visibility risk of collision Rule 30 Sailing Rules RULE seaward extremity shapes prescribed Shapes RULE 24—CONTINUED short blasts sidelights signals prescribed sound pressure level sound signal South Jetty Steering and Sailing sternlight thence traffic separation scheme vertical line vessel engaged vessel of less vessel or object vessel restricted ward extremity whistle