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Sound Signals, Rules of the Road Pt 2


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The overtaking vessel.
When overtaking, which vessel is required to keep clear?
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What are the sound signals for overtaking in a narrow channel? (Starboard)
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What are the sound signals for overtaking in a narrow channel? (Port)
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What are the sound signals for overtaking in a narrow channel? (OK)
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What are the sound signals for overtaking in a narrow channel? (No)
Both vessels are required to keep clear by altering course to starboard.
When 2 power-driven vessels are in a head-on situation, which vessel is required to keep clear?
The vessel which has the other vessel on its starboard side is required to keep clear. The give-way vessel shall take early and substantial action to keep well clear of the stand-on vessel. The stand-
When 2 power-driven vessels are in a crossing situation, which vessel is required to keep clear?
Alter course to starboard unless vessel is there. Then alter course in wherever direction allows you to avoid give-way vessel.
In a crossing situation, what does the stand-on vessel do in the event that the give way vessel does not take action?
Reduce speed
What actions must be taken when navigating in an area of restricted visibility? (1. Speed)
Post extra lookout
What actions must be taken when navigating in an area of restricted visibility? (2. Lookout)
Switch on navigation lights
What actions must be taken when navigating in an area of restricted visibility? (3. Lights)
Sound the appropriate sound signal.
What actions must be taken when navigating in an area of restricted visibility? (4. Sound)