Should a power-driven vessel keep out of the way of a sailing vessel?
A power-driven vessel underway shall keep out of the way of: a vessel not under command; a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre; … a sailing vessel.
Which vessel is not included for a power-driven vessel underway shall keep out of the way of?
Applying the Rule(s) and comments: In accordance with Rule 18 (a)(i) (Responsibilities between vessels), except where Rule 9 (Narrow channels ), Rule 10 (Traffic separation schemes) and Rule 13 (Overtaking) otherwise require, a power-driven vessel underway (vessel A) shall keep out of the way of a vessel not under …
When should a sailing vessel give way to a power-driven vessel?
When two power-driven vessels are in crossing situation on a collision course, give way to the vessel to starboard (right). The give way vessel must take early and obvious action to avoid a collision by either stopping or altering course to starboard.
How do you know when you are operating your vessel at a safe speed?
In establishing a safe operating speed, the operator must take into account visibility; traffic density; ability to maneuver the vessel (stopping distance and turning ability); background light at night; proximity of navigational hazards; draft of the vessel; limitations of radar equipment; and the state of wind, sea, …
Which vessel has priority over others?
As a general rule, rowboats, sailing vessels and canoes have the right-of-way over power- driven boats. However, if one vessel is unable to maneuver as it normally would, the most maneuverable vessel gives way. Responsibility for avoiding collisions is shared by everyone using the waterway.
What is vessel not under command?
The term “vessel not under command” means a vessel which through some exceptional circumstance is unable to manoeuvre and is therefore unable to keep out of the way of another vessel, (COLREG).
What is the proper action when two sailing vessel in head on situation the other vessel the wind on her starboard side?
When two sailing boats have wind on different sides, the boat with the wind on the port side must give way. When both boats have the wind on the same side, the boat to windward shall give way to the boat to leeward.
What is responsibility between vessel?
Any vessel, except a vessel not under command or restricted in her ability to manoeuvre, must avoid impeding the safe passage of a vessel constrained by her draught and exhibiting the signals mentioned in Rule 28.
What is considered a vessel under sail?
A sailing vessel is any vessel under sail, provided that propelling machinery, if fitted, is not being used. A fishing vessel is any vessel used for catching fish, whales, seals, walrus or other living resources of the sea, including any vessel used to transfer the catch of another vessel to shore.
Which vessel must give way?
The Crossing Rule
Both International and Inland Rules state that when two power-driven vessels are crossing so as to involve risk of collision, the vessel which has the other on her starboard side (the give-way vessel) must keep out of the way. As the give-way vessel it is your duty to avoid a collision.