Bookcover of Navigation Light
Booktitle:

Navigation Light

Aircraft, Public international law, Aircraft, Heading, Port and starboard

Tempor (2012-04-28 )

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ISBN-13:

978-613-8-88964-9

ISBN-10:
6138889649
EAN:
9786138889649
Book language:
English
Blurb/Shorttext:
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. In 1838 the United States passed an act requiring steamboats running between sunset and sunrise to carry one or more signal lights; color, visibility and location were not specified. In 1848 the United Kingdom passed regulations that required steam vessels to display red and green sidelights as well as a white masthead light. In 1849 the U.S. Congress extended the light requirements to sailing vessels. In 1889 the United States convened the first International Maritime Conference to consider regulations for preventing collisions. The resulting Washington Conference Rules were adopted by the U.S in 1890 and became effective internationally in 1897. Within these rules was the requirement for steamships to carry a second mast head light. The international 1948 Safety of Life at Sea Conference recommended a mandatory second masthead light solely for power driven vessels over 150 feet in length and a fixed sternlight for almost all vessels. The regulations have changed little since then. The International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea established in 1972 stipulates the requirements for the navigation lights required on a vessel.
Publishing house:
Tempor
Website:
http://www.betascript-publishing.com
Edited by:
Alain Sören Mikhayhu
Number of pages:
96
Published on:
2012-04-28
Stock:
Available
Category:
Technology
Price:
29.00 €
Keywords:
Law, international, public, aircraft, Port, Starboard, Heading

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