The International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972 (Colregs)
are published by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and set out,
among other things, the "rules of the r...
a. at night when there is a risk of collision with another boat b. only when .... Why
should you avoid operating your PWC above “slow, no wake speed” near shore
.... When two vessels are operating in the same general area, who is responsible.
the operators of both vessels ... The responsibility for avoiding a collision
between two vessels belongs to who? the operators of both vessels. 3 people
Every vessel shall at all times maintain a proper lookout by sight and hearing as
well ... Rule 5 is a short rule that places a large responsibility on the mariner. ... of
the lookout requirement will take the mariner halfway toward avoiding collisions.
.... another vessel's relative course and speed after observing a radar blip two...
The operator must ensure that the vessel is properly licensed. ... in respect of
each area in which the craft is to be navigated, as described in the Charts ...
accidents .. adjust speed, keep well clear, exhibit vigilance while operating craft
etc. ... Collision Regulations require the boat with the right of way to maintain their
(d) Action taken to avoid collision with another vessel shall be such as to result in
... (f) A vessel nearing a bend or an area of a narrow channel or fairway where ... (
d) Any subsequent alteration of the bearing between the two vessels shall not ....
(d) "Towing light" means a yellow light having the same characteristics as...
You are legally responsible for the safety of those on your boat, any damage your
... Avoid riding close to shoreline homes and waterfowl nesting areas, and ...
Whether privileged or burdened, it is the duty of every vessel to avoid collision. ...
jumping another vessel's wake within 100 feet of that vessel, operating at a rate
www.usna.edu/Sailing/documents/lectures/common/Rolfs Rules of the Road.pdf
General Prudential Rule: the mariner is responsible not only for complying with
the Rules but also for avoiding a collision. • Special Situations. • In extremis ...
Commercial vessel traffic through the Bering Strait is increasing. ... Some of the
risks described in the next two sections may be especially acute ... Direct
collisions between vessels and marine mammals can result in mortality through
massive trauma. .... for Voyage Planning for Passenger Ships Operating in
rest of this document, we will refer to the general class as ... and regulations affect
“all vessels operating on the “high ... submarines when operating on the surface
in the same manner ... intended to avoid collision between vessels. .....
responsibility of collision avoidance between two .... from all points in the