Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 10 of 11 on ... and hook, signal as before, and the buoy or car will be hauled ashore. This will....
" ... and hook, signal as before, and the buoy or car will be hauled ashore. This will be repeated until all are landed. On the last trip of the life car the hatch must be secured by the inside hatch bar. "
Annual Report of the Operations of the United States Life-Saving Service for ... - Page 205
by United States. Life-Saving Service - 1893
Full view - About this book

Text-book of seamanship: The equipping and handling of vessels under sail or ...

Stephen Bleecker Luce, United States Naval Academy - History - 1898 - 673 pages
...car the hatch must be secured by the inside hatch bar. Fig.3. In many instances two men can be landed in the breeches buoy at the same time, by each putting...brought ashore by the buoy, should be in the arms of elder persons or securely lashed to the buoy. Women and children should be landed first. In signaling,...
Full view - About this book

Annual Report of the United States Life-Saving Service

United States. Life-Saving Service - 1900
...bar. In many instances two men can be landed in the breeches buoy at the same time, by each patting a leg through a leg of the breeches and holding on...brought ashore by the buoy, should be in the arms of elder persons or securely lashed to the buoy. Women and children should be landed first. In signaling,...
Full view - About this book

Annual Report of the United States Life-Saving Service

United States. Life-Saving Service - 1901
...life car the hatch must be secured by the inside hatch bar. In many instances two men can be landed in the breeches buoy at the same time, by each putting...brought ashore by the buoy, should be in the arms of elder persons or securely lashed to the buoy. Women and children should be landed first. In signaling,...
Full view - About this book

A textbook on coast and lake navigation: International correspondence ...

International Correspondence Schools - Transportation - 1902
...car the hatch must be secured by the inside hatch bar. 50. In many instances, two men can be landed in the breeches buoy at the same time by each putting...Children, when brought ashore by the buoy, should be in in the arms of older persons or securely lashed to the buoy. Women and children should be landed first....
Full view - About this book

Lake navigation ; Nautical astronomy

International Correspondence Schools - Transportation - 1902
...car the hatch must be secured by the inside hatch bar. 56. In many instances, two men can be landed in the breeches buoy at the same time by each putting...Children, when brought ashore by the buoy, should be in in the arms of older persons or securely lashed to the buoy. Women and children should be landed first....
Full view - About this book

Tide Tables for the Year ...

Tides - 1903
...life ear the hatch must be secured by the inside hatch bar. In many instances two men can be landed in the breeches buoy at the same time by each putting...through a leg of the breeches and holding on to the lito of the buoy. Children, when brought ashore by the buoy, should lie in the arms of older persons...
Full view - About this book

Nautical astronomy, latitude, longitude & azimuth, Sumner's method, Marcq St ...

International Correspondence Schools - History - 1908 - 586 pages
...life car, the hatch must be secured by the inside hatch bar. In many instances, two men can be landed in the breeches buoy at the same time by each putting...Children, when brought ashore by the buoy, should be either in the arms of older persons or securely lashed to the buoy. Women and children should be landed...
Full view - About this book

Annual Report of the United States Life-Saving Service

United States. Life-Saving Service - 1910
...life car the hatch must be secured by the inside hatch bar. In many instances two men can be landed in the breeches buoy at the same time by each putting a leg through a leg of the breeches and holding onto the lifts of the buoy. Children, when brought ashore by the buoy, should be in the arms of older...
Full view - About this book

Tide tables for the year ...

U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey - Science - 1899
...be secured by the inside hatch-bar. • In many instances two men can be landed in the breeches-buoy at the same time by each putting a leg through a leg...securely lashed to the buoy. Women and children should be lauded first. In signaling as directed in the foregoing instructions, if in the daytime, let one man...
Full view - About this book

Tide tables for the year ...

U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey - Science - 1907
...life car the hatch must be secured by the inside hatch bar. In many instances two men can be landed in the breeches buoy at the same time by each putting...securely lashed to the buoy. Women and children should l>e landed first. In signaling as directed in the foregoing instructions, if in the daytime, let one...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download PDF