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RYA International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea. Международные правила предупреждения столкновений судов в море RYA

Артикул: 00455615
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Автор: Tim Bartlett
Издательство: RYA (все книги издательства)
ISBN: 978-1-906435-19-6
Год: 2009
Переплет: Мягкий переплет
Страниц: 76
Вес: 274 г
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Книга на английском языке. В доступной для яхтсменов форме излагаются требования МППСС - 1972.
The right time to start reading this book is long before you are confronted by a vessel on a collision course, or before you encounter a combination of lights at sea which could be a tug complete with towline.
Few maritime rules have been studied as assiduously as the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea. Every professional mariner from ship's captain to yacht skipper is required to know these, and if found wanting, can face not only danger afloat but also difficult questions in court or an RYA disciplinary tribunal.
The rules have been written for manners by mariners, and coupled with Tim Bartlett's clear text provide an authoritative and clear explanation of this vital maritime subject. The greater the number of seafarers who understand the contents of this book, the safer the sea will be.

1. Who, where, when
2. Assessing the risk
3. Who gives way?
4. Giving way and standing on
5. Narrow channels and separation schemes
6. Fog!
7. Lights and shapes
8. Manoeuvring signals
9. The small print
10. Key points
The official text of the rules appears on the following pages:
Part A General
Rule 1: Application
Rule 2: Responsibility
Rule 3: General definitions
Part В Steering and sailing rules
Section I Conduct of vessels in any condition of visibility
Rule 4: Application
Rule 5: Look-out
Rule 6: Safe speed
Rule 7: Risk of collision
Rule 8: Action to avoid collision
Rule 8f: Shall not impede
Rule 9: Narrow channels
Rule 10: Traffic separation schemes
Section II Conduct of vessels in sight of one another
Rule 11: Application
Rule 12: Sailing Vessels
Rule 13: Overtaking
Rule 14: Head-on situation
Rule 15: Crossing situation
Rule 16: Action by give-way vessel
Rule 17: Action by stand-on vessel
Rule 18: Responsibilities between vessels
Section III Conduct of vessels in restricted visibility
Rule 19: Conduct of vessels in restricted visibility
Part С Lights and shapes
Rule 20: Application
Rule 21: Definitions
Rule 22: Visibility of lights
Rule 23: Power-driven vessels underway
Rule 24: Towing and pushing
Rule 25: Sailing vessels underway and vessels under oars
Rule 26: Fishing vessels
Rule 27: Vessels not under command or restricted in their ability to manoeuvre
Rule 28: Vessels constrained by their draught
Rule 29: Pilot vessels
Rule 30: Anchored vessels and vessels aground
Rule 31: Seaplanes
Part D Sound and light signals
Rule 32: Definitions
Rule 33: Equipment for sound signals
Rule 34: Manoeuvring and warning signals
Rule 35: Sound signals in restricted visibility
Rule 36: Signals to attract attention
Rule 37: Distress signals
Part E Exemptions
Rule 38: Exemptions
Annex I: Positioning and technical details of lights and shapes
Annex II: Additional signals for fishing vessels fishing in close proximity
Annex III: Technical details of sound signal appliances
Annex IV: Distress signals

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