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Why not review it? This book is an excellent addition to the pool of knowledge on the subject. The effect of pressures caused when manoeuvring a ship with the minimum under keel clearance.
A fast, fine lined, high powered ship, may only need dead slow ahead to make the tightest turn. Methods foi losing a ship’s way tjuickly. With a weather lisle, onto a weather berth and when berthing with an offshore wind. Note for Mac Users: Reducing a ship’s speed to manoeuvre and turn round. Aochoring in an open anchorage, anti in a restricted anchorage.
The book mixes practice with theory and will find a welcome place in any pilot station. Alternatively, Cloud online eBooks are accessible on Mac, including the Silverlight plugin with offline mode.
It may even help to actually sit down and formally discuss and work out the best way to manoeuvre a ship, if the particular circumstances ship maneuvering principles and pilotage exceptionally hazardous or unique.
The difference due to a ship not being on an even keel and the effect of the wind is dealt with later. The text is easy to read and often delivered in an anecdotal style.
Chapter 21 Finally. To access the eBook, you need to install our free Windows eBook Reader. Chapter 8 61 Itcrthing and unbcrlhing using tugs.
If you want to start the turn quickly, then after putting the rudder hard over, start with a kick half ahead just to ship maneuvering principles and pilotage the ship swinging, then reduce to slow, or dead slow as required.
September Binding Format: Chapter pilotate Incidents. Incidentally they can also be used in the same way to act like a stern thruster.
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Ship Manoeuvring Principles and Pilotage
Chapter 20 Miscellaneous. This easy to read often anecdotal publication will, for experienced pilots, bring back memories of long forgotten night watches and sticky manoeuvres. The book mixes practice with theory and will find a welcome place in any pilot station.
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