(or, more correctly, “The International Regulations for Preventing Collision at Sea, 1972 – as amended”

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PHASE 3 “RULE OF THE ROAD” for MOODLE

Light Recognition Flashcards 1
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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

This slide presentation follows on from the auto-tutor. There are forty cards in this set, and in each, note:  Type of ship  Any activity it is engaged in  Aspect (ie, vessel seen from her …. side, ahead, etc)  Probable length of vessel  Any other pertinent information  The answers are provided, so good luck!

…and before I forget, any mistakes are mine, so please do not hesitate to bring them to my attention so that I can correct them! Many thanks.
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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1 Key to diagrams:
A Ship by night… This box represents the view through your bridge windows

The horizon…

…and its silhouette for your benefit!
This is your forward mast, ie the fore and aft line of your ship 3

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?

•Power-driven

vessel greater than 50m in length (PDV>50m) •under way •seen from the port side

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?

•Power-driven vessel greater than 50m in length (PDV>50m) •under way •seen from the starboard side

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1 What is this vessel?
•PDV>50m •Engaged in underwater operations/dredging •Under way •Obstruction exists on her port side •Safe to pass on her starboard side

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?

•Power-driven vessel greater than 50m in length (PDV>50m) •under way •seen from her port side

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?
Which direction is she heading?

•PDV<50m •Heading from your port to starboard! •under way •seen from her starboard side

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?

•PDV<50m •under way •seen from her port side

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

You are deep sea - what is this vessel?

•A vessel seen from astern • no other distinguishing features
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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1 What is this vessel?
•PDV<50m •Vessel engaged in underwater operations/dredging •Under way •Obstruction exists on her starboard side •Safe to pass on her port side

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1 What is this vessel?

•Sailing vessel •Seen from her port side •Under way

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?

• PDV<50m • under way •seen from her starboard side

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?

•PDV<20m (because of her combined lantern sidelights) •under way •seen from right ahead

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What is this vessel?

•Vessel engaged in towing •Towing vessel<50m •Tow length<200m •Seen from her starboard side •Under way
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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1 What is this vessel?
•Vessel not under command •Under way •And Making Way! •seen from her port side

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1 What are these vessels?

•PDV<50m •Engaged in pair trawling •Under way •Seen from their starboard side
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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?
•Vessel engaged in pushing ahead •Under way •seen from right ahead

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?
•Vessel engaged in towing •Towing vessel>50m •Tow length<200m •Under way • seen from port side

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1 What is this vessel?
•Vessel engaged in trawing •>50m •Seen from her port side •Under way

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?

•Vessel engaged in towing •Restricted in ability to manoeuvre • Seen from astern •Towing vessel length unknown from this aspect •Tow length unknown from this aspect

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?

•Vessel engaged in towing •Towing vessel>50m •Tow length>200m • Seen from starboard side

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?
•Vessel engaged in towing alongside • Seen from port side

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?
•Vessel engaged in towing •Restricted in ability to manoeuvre •Under way and making way through the water •Towing vessel>50m •Tow length>200m • Seen from port side

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?

•Vessel engaged in towing •Restricted in ability to manoeuvre •Under way and making way through the water •Towing vessel>50m •Tow length>200m • Seen from ahead
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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?

•PDV>50m •Under way •Constrained by draught • seen from ahead
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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1 What is this vessel?

•Vessel engaged in trawling •<50m •Under way •Seen from her port side
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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?

• vessel engaged in fishing • under way •seen from her starboard side

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1 You are approaching a port - what is this vessel?

•A vessel <50m at anchor • no other distinguishing features
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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?

•PDV<50m •Engaged in mineclearance operations •Under way • seen from starboard side •Keep 1000m clear

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?

•Vessel engaged in towing alongside •Restricted in ability to manoeuvre •Under way and making way through the water •seen from ahead

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?
•Vessel engaged in towing •Restricted in ability to manoeuvre •Towing vessel>50m •Tow<200m •Under way and making way through the water

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1 What is this vessel?

•Sailing vessel •Seen from her starboard side •Under way

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?
•Vessel engaged in pushing ahead •Restricted in ability to manoeuvre •Under way and making way through the water

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What is this vessel?

•PDV>50m •Constrained by Draught •Under way •Seen from port side
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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1

What are these vessels?
•PDV>50m •Engaged in mine clearance operations •Under way •Seen from their port side •Keep clear 1000m all around

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1 What is this vessel?
•Vessel engaged in underwater operations/dredging •Restricted in ability to manoeuvre •Under way and making way through the water •Obstruction exists on her port side •Safe to pass on her starboard side

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1 You are approaching a port - what is this vessel?

•A vessel >50m at anchor • probably <100m
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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1 What is this vessel?

• vessel engaged in pilotage operations • under way •seen from her portside

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IRPCS for Phase 3: Light Recognition 1 What is this vessel?

•A vessel >50m • Aground
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