For a vsl on my stbd quarter I wil not impede her safe passage and avoid altering to her stbd side and maintain safe speed to prevailing circumstances and conditions and for a vessel on my port now wil always avoid altering to port as per standard shall statement of rule 8-action to avoid and keep monitoring both the vessel abt their apparent movement with respect to mine .
its a ram vessel ........ identify d ship weather she is at anchor or underway ,making way ......n thn pass atleast 2 nm frm her , n call master and inform him ..
8 miles is practically far and she is a give way vessel also with me as stand on .so wil now see by sight and using ur aid -radar for its bow crossing range and bearing and also CPA tcpa to know our likelihood falling into roc or not if no action taken by him as she's give way attract her attention by sound signals s per rule 34(d) and still no action slow speed and let her cross u first and do not impede her and if the situation of the case admit take speed to minimum and take all way off until she's finally past and clear to get resume with your course.
It is a partly submerged vessel .. may be a partly submerged tow . A RACON for example , it is not an anchored vessel because the lights are in a same line ...it should have been like card no. 8 one higher than the above ...i hope i have answered your question .. and plz tell me if i am right .
4 teams ..1. command team 2.emergency squad 3.secondary emergency squad 4.reserve or backup
Emergency team consist of 4 people which is further divided into two groups
7 short blast folloing by one prolong blast
3 prolong blasts...
Ausrep stands for Australian ship reporting system . The
system requires the master to send a sailing
plan (SP) to the Rescue Coordination Centre
(RCC) on leaving an Australian port or
entering the AUSREP zone and to nominate a time at which a position will be transmitted
each day during the voyage. Any significant
departure from the sailing plan must be