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Colregs

Colregs with Can Mod

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How many Rules does International Colregs contain? 38
What is Part A? GENERAL
What rules are in Part A? 1-3
How many sections are in Part B? 3 Sections
What is Part B Section 1? Steering and Sailing in all conditions of visibility
What is Part B Section 2? Steering and Sailing when in sight of one another
What is Part B Section 3? Steering and Sailing Conduct of vessels in restricted visibility
What Rules are in Part B Section 1? 4-9
What Rules are in Part B Section 2? 11-18
What Rules are in Part B Section 3? 19
What is Part C? Lights and Shapes
What Rules are in Part C? 20-31
What is Part D? Sound & Light signals
What is Part E? Exemptions
What Rules are in Part D? 32-37
What Rules are in Part E? 38
What is Part F? Additional Canadian Provisions
What Rules are in Part F? 39-46
What is Rule 1? APPLICATION A
What is Rule 2? RESPONSIBILITY
What is Rule 3? GENERAL DEFINITIONS
What is Rule 4? APPLICATION B
What is Rule 5? LOOK OUT
What is Rule 6? SAFE SPEED
What is Rule 7? RISK OF COLLISION
What is Rule 8? ACTION TO AVOID COLLISION
What is Rule 9? NARROW CHANNELS
What is Rule 10? TRAFFIC SEPARATION SCHEMES
What is Rule 11? APPLICATION B
What is Rule 12? SAILING VESSELS
What is Rule 13? OVERTAKING
What is Rule 14? HEAD ON SITUATION
What is Rule 15? CROSSING SITUATION
What is Rule 16? ACTION BY GIVE WAY VESSEL
What is Rule 17? ACTION BY STAND ON VESSEL
What is Rule 18? RESPONSIBILITIES BETWEEN VESSELS
What is Rule 19? CONDUCT OF VESSELS IN RESTRICTED VISIBILITY
What is Rule 20? APPLICATION C
What is Rule 21? DEFINITIONS C
What is Rule 22? VISIBILITY OF LIGHTS
What is Rule 23? PDV UNDERWAY
What is Rule 24? TOWING & PUSHING
What is Rule 25? SAILING VESSELS UNDERWAY & VESSEL UNDER OARS
What is Rule 26? FISHING VESSELS
What is Rule 27? NUC/RIAM
What is Rule 28? VESSEL CONSTRAINED BY DRAFT
What is Rule 29? PILOT VESSELS
What is Rule 30? ANCHOR/AGROUND
What is Rule 31? SEAPLANES
What is Rule 32? DEFINITIONS D
What is Rule 33? EQUIPMENT FOR SOUND SIGNALS
What is Rule 34? MANEUVERING & WARNING SIGNALS
What is Rule 35? SOUND SIGNALS IN RESTRICTED VISIBILITY
What is Rule 36? SIGNALS TO ATTRACT ATTENTION
What is Rule 37? DISTRESS SIGNALS
What is Rule 38? EXEMPTIONS
What is Rule 39? SPECIAL SIGNALS FOR DANGEROUS GOODS
What is Rule 40? RADAR REFLECTORS
What is Rule 41? TRANSPONDERS
What is Rule 42? ADDITION REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPLORATION & EXPLOITATION VESSELS
What is Rule 43? SAFETY ZONES AROUND EXPLORATION & EXPLOITATION VESSLES
What is Rule 44? ODAS
What is Rule 45? BLUE FLASHING LIGHT
What is Rule 46? ALTERNATE SYSTEM OF NAVIGATION LIGHTS
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