Macneil’s Seamanship Examiner  COLREGS Pocket Book (eBook - network) 20 users network

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February 2013

Macneil’s Seamanship Examiner COLREGS Pocket Book (eBook - network) 20 users network

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Extracted from the successful Seamanship Examiner CDROMs this handy pocket book will help with the recognition of the many different types of Navigational lights and IALA Buoyage types. With extensive questions on the COLREGS and a number of typical table top rule of the road questions shown graphically this is the ideal primer when preparing for any examination that involves interpreting the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea.

1 Navigation Lights
2 Visual Collision Situations
3 Radar Situations Questions
4 IALA Buoyage
5 Colregs Class 4 (OOW)
6 Colregs Rule 10: Traffi c Separation Scheme
7 Colregs Rule 19: Navigation in Restricted Visibility
8 Colregs Class 2 (Ch. Mate)
9 Colregs Class 1 (Master)

Title: Macneil’s Seamanship Examiner COLREGS Pocket Book (eBook - network) 20 users network
Number of Pages: 159
Product Code: WS1260EE
ISBN: ISBN 13: 978-1-85609-413-9 (9781856094139), ISBN 10: 1-85609-413-8 (1856094138)
Published Date: February 2013

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