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The Rules of the Nautical Road. Chapter 8. The Rules of the Nautical Road. Part 1 - Chapter 8. Lesson Objectives. How Navigation rules apply Differences between Inland and International Rules General Responsibility Rule Assessing Accident Liability Responsibility for helping others.

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The Rules of the Nautical Road

Part 1 - Chapter 8

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lesson objectives
Lesson Objectives
  • How Navigation rules apply
  • Differences between Inland and International Rules
  • General Responsibility Rule
  • Assessing Accident Liability
  • Responsibility for helping others

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lesson objectives 2
Lesson Objectives (2)
  • Safe conduct of your vessel
  • Proper sound signals
  • Proper light configurations
  • Operation in restricted visibility
  • What lights and shapes tell you
  • Legal distress signals

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two sets of rules
Two Sets of Rules
  • Why do we need Navigation Rules?

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Two Sets of Rules
  • International
  • Inland
  • Your Local Waters

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Two Sets of Rules
  • What is the purpose of demarcation lines?

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vessel definitions
Vessel Definitions
  • Who can tell the difference in the following:
    • Sailing vessel
    • Propelled by machinery
    • Seaplane

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Vessel Definitions
  • Underway
    • Adrift
    • Drifting
  • Making way

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Vessel Definitions
  • Fishing vessel
  • Vessel restricted in ability to maneuver
  • Vessel in sight of another
  • Vessel not under command
  • Vessel constrained by draft

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the general responsibility rule
The General Responsibility Rule
  • Rule of good seamanship
  • The General Prudential Rule

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assessing legal liability
Assessing Legal Liability
  • What do you think your responsibility is when piloting your vessel?

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general considerations

at 20 knots

at 40 knots

at 60 knots

General Considerations
  • Vessel size and rules
  • Maintain a lookout
  • Safe speed
  • Radar

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conduct in a narrow channel
Conduct in a Narrow Channel
  • Who can recall some of the rules to observe when operating in a narrow channel?

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traffic separation schemes
Traffic Separation Schemes
  • International Rules
  • Vessel Traffic Services

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stand on or give way
Stand On or Give Way
  • Stand on vessel
  • Give way vessel

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stand on or give way danger zone
Stand On or Give Way/Danger Zone
  • Who can describe the three sectors on a vessel?
  • Three sectors on a vessel

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Stand On or Give Way
  • Who is stand on when you see the following:
    • Red/Green light together
    • White light drawing closer
    • Red light

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rules for special vessels
Rules for Special Vessels

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Rules for Special Vessels
  • Overtaking and Overtaken Vessels Overtaken
    • Overtaken vessel
    • Sailing vessel
    • Seaplanes

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Rules for Special Vessels
  • Sailing Vessels
    • Wind on port side
    • Windward

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risk of collision
Risk of Collision
  • Lights
  • Sound signals
  • International meeting
  • Inland meeting

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Risk of Collision
  • Crossing Situations
    • Crossing signals
    • Crossing in International Waters
    • Crossing in Inland Waters

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Risk of Collision
  • Overtaking Situations
    • Inland Waters
    • International Waters
    • Narrow channels

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Risk of Collision
  • Bend signals
    • Who can tell us what signals are used when nearing a bend when your view may be restricted?

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restricted visibility
Restricted Visibility
  • What should a boater do when there is restricted visibility?

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Restricted Visibility
  • Sound signals underway
    • Power driven underway
    • Power driven adrift
    • Power driven unique circumstances and sail driven

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Restricted Visibility
  • Sound signals not underway
    • Anchor in open water
    • Vessel aground
    • Special anchorages

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vessel lights and shapes
Vessel Lights and Shapes
  • What kinds of information do lights and day shapes on boats provide?

On -Diagram

Light Type

Arc

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Vessel Lights and Shapes
  • Sailing vessels underway
    • Separate lights
    • Combined side lights
    • Alternative lights – less than 20 meters
    • Using both power and sail
    • Optional all-round mast lights under sail
    • Sailing vessel less than 7 meters and row boat

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Vessel Lights and Shapes
  • Power driven underway
    • Less than 20 meters long
    • 12 meters or more
    • 50 meters or more

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Vessel Lights and Shapes
  • Special lights and shapes
    • Fishing vessels
    • Constrained by draft
    • Towing vessels
    • Other special vessels

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Vessel Lights and Shapes
  • Vessels at anchor
    • Who remembers what lights a vessel at anchor has and what day shapes are displayed?

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Vessel Lights and Shapes
  • Diving operations
    • What lights does a vessel engaged in diving operations show?

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distress signals
Distress Signals
  • Who remembers some of the distress signals?

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homeland security measures
Homeland Security Measures
  • 1-877-24WATCH
  • 1-800-424-8802

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drawbridges
Drawbridges
  • Limitations
  • Signals

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penalties
Penalties
  • You can be fined for not obeying the rules

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