Rules of Navigation

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Rules of Navigation

Statutory or regulatory standards that govern how to operate a water-going vessel within a certain jurisdiction. Rules of navigation may enforce speed limits, rights of way and so forth. Rules of navigation facilitate safe travel, which may affect trade.
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Within the Bridge Team section, there is information specifically for Surface Warfare Officers (SWOs) on navigation basics, officer of the deck (OOD) tools, and a training section that includes a quiz feature that allows Sailors to test their knowledge on the navigation rules of the road questions developed by the Surface Warfare Officer School (SWOS).
Prosecutors claimed Mrs Morgan, who suffered a broken arm and chipped teeth, was flouting navigation rules when she collided with Mr Malenkov.
Test Delivery - Deliver tests securely online and control testing options, such as the number of times a test may be taken, timer, warning messages, random item delivery, test navigation rules, and score report display.
Among other things, the NTSB cited a contradiction between an FAA rule that gives aircraft the right of way over parasailing vessels and other navigation rules that suggest parasailing vessels are restricted in their ability to maneuver.
Item attributes are configured in NetSuite and the EasyAsk Business Studio is used to configure search and navigation rules based on the attributes a merchandiser wants to use.
The government is preparing a set of navigation rules in the scenic archipelago in a bid to prevent similar crises in the future, the minister told reporters after a senior-level meeting of the crisis management team.
Al Dosari added that before the start of the Water Taxi journey, the operability of all navigational and communication systems has to be checked by the crew who have to ensure that all safety equipment are on board, comply with the speed limits specified by the concerned maritime authorities in the Emirate, drive the Water Taxi at a safe speed throughout the duration of the journey, abide by the international navigation rules enshrined in the Convention on the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea 1972 and amendments thereof, maintain constant contact with the concerned maritime authorities in the Emirate through informing them on the route of the voyage, and contact them once again upon return.
After some expert tuition and a crew briefing on lifejackets, steering and navigation rules we were off.
The Coast Guard considers (personal watercraft) the same as a boat, and they have to comply with the same navigation rules as a a boat.
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