A Guide to the Collision Avoidance Rules
- A. Cockcroft, Marine consultant and collision regulations expert. Former International Maritime Organization (IMO) collision regulations committee member.
- J. Lameijer, Marine consultant and collision regulations expert, Norway.
AudiencePractising marine engineers and naval architects; Marine/shipping company managers; Ships masters, navigating officers and senior crew; Consulting marine engineers; Maritime lawyers; Coastal and port authority personnel; Nautical college students and those studying for professional marine qualifications.
- Published: November 2011
- Imprint: BUTTERWORTH HEINEMANN
- ISBN: 978-0-08-097170-4
Table of Contents
Collisions and the Courts
History of the Collision Regulations
Part A - General (Rules 1-3)
Part B - Steering and Sailing Rules (Rules 4-19)
Part C - Lights and Shapes (Rules 20-31)
Part D - Sound and Lights Signals (Rules 32-37)
Part E - Exemptions
Annexes to the Rules
Annex I - Details of lights and shapes
Annex II - Additional signals for fishing vessels
Annex III - Details of sound signal appliances
Annex IV - Distress signals
International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers
Table for Use in Assessing Risk of Collision
Manoeuvres to avoid Collision (including Manoeuvring Diagram)
Ships Referred to in the Text