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eBook The One-Minute Guide to the Nautical Rules of the Road (United States Power Squadrons Guides) ePub

by Charlie Wing

eBook The One-Minute Guide to the Nautical Rules of the Road (United States Power Squadrons Guides) ePub
Author: Charlie Wing
Language: English
ISBN: 0071479236
ISBN13: 978-0071479233
Publisher: International Marine/Ragged Mountain Press; 2 edition (August 29, 2006)
Pages: 160
Category: Water Sports
Subcategory: Outdoors
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 672
Formats: doc docx lrf azw
ePub file: 1349 kb
Fb2 file: 1480 kb

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The U.S. Coast Guard requires every boat more than 39-feet long to carry a copy of the nautical rules of the road onboard. Here’s one that is convenient and handy enough for quick reference on the water. This bestselling guide includes the full text of the original rules, and Charlie Wing’s clear, rule-by-rule translations make them easy to follow. It also includes a "One-Minute Guide Decision Tree" and a brief overview of the rules’ intent to give you a good idea of what to do in any common situation.

Hucama
After a recommendation by an old sea captain I called my instructor, I bought this book + the official Nav ROR handbook from the CG for my upcoming ROR test. I've read this book from cover to cover and will endorse from here on out that if you only buy this book, you'll be doing GREAT at getting the overall basic knowledge of ROR in a down-to-earth language away from the technical, tricky, layer talk that is in the Coast Guard handbook. This book lists what each of the rules say, both in International and Inland, word for word as stated in the CG handbook, and then in a non-lawyer dialect breaks down the actual meaning of what the rule means to make it easy to understand. This book is by far an EXCELLENT MUST read for those trying to learn ROR and learn well with imagery, visually seeing what the concept/rule is talking about, and have trouble deciphering lawyer talk or just want what they just read explained to them in a different manner.
Although, I don't believe the book is updated with the latest 2015 changes in the CG handbook (I never attempted to compare the two books for this purpose), I urge anyone considering this book to not let those changes be the reason for not reading this book. It still contains the other 99% of the information in the CG handbook and will really help you go from struggling to understanding the Nautical Rules of the Road.
Taulkree
This is an excellent book and I have the print version which I provide to any new crew on my boat. Most Rules books just recite the rules. Mr. Wing has provided an explanation of what the rules really mean, not just what they say. Invaluable. I purchased the Kindle version to allow me to keep my rules knowledge refreshed.

One of best features in the printed book is the "One-Minute Guide" Decision Tree located inside the front cover. Alas, this decision tree did not make the Kindle Version. Mr. Wing, please fix this. I would give the printed version 5 stars, but only 4 stars to this version because of this omission.
ME
The Navigation Rules (Inland-International) is the official publication of the United States Coast Guard, under international treaty, that describes in detail the collision (avoidance) regulations (COLREGs) which have evolved over the centuries and which are required knowledge for every mariner out there from the skipper of double-hulled oil tankers in Prince William sound to a dinghy on the lake.

Unfortunately, the official rules read like the international bureaucratic regulations that they are. They make no distinctions, for the most part, between typical and unusual situations, and as a quick reference source -- or even an understandable reference, period -- they leave much to be desired.

I've looked at a lot of supplemental materials for teaching the NAVRULES, due to the deficiencies as a textbook of the official book, and I've settled on this one as being the best primer for the recreational boater. To be sure, anyone trying for a Six-Pack or other commercial license will need a heavy-duty study guide, and this isn't it, but I suspect that about 90% of what needs to be learned for the regular Coast Guard exams can be learned in this book. (I've passed the Nav Rules exam myself, and I can only think of two or three questions that might not have been covered by this book -- which are also not explained well by the official COLREGS, anyway.)

The "One-Minute Guide" is actually a decision-tree chart on the inside of the book, and it's simple and easy to understand. As such, this is a great book to stick in the boat. You may (or may not, depending on vessel length) be required to carry the official COLREGS aboard, but you are required to know them. Having this book around on your boat (and/or in your "reading room" at home) is probably a lot more useful.

Other than the "one-minute guide", the rest of the book is a very well-organized and well-illustrated distillation of the rules and what they mean. For each rule, this book provides a short explanation of the actual rule, and then a sidebar explanation of "what it means". It also has useful sidebars of examples from the history of boating collisions and accidents of how the rules have come into play, and exteremely well-done diagrams for most of the often-confusing situations. There's a handsome four-color section illustrating the required night lights and day shapes. The index is a little brief -- which means you have to read through this book in order to really understand it and use it as a ready reference, since you have to know the types of rule that apply to a given situation -- but then again you should read it all the way through, anyway. At about 100 pages, and with the often entertaining case studies peppering the text, it's a lot less boring to do so than you might think. And for the price, it's well worth it as insurance.

As noted elsewhere, this is not a reference on Navigation AIDS (buoys, etc.) or the art of navigation -- the Navigation Rules are a specific and narrow body of marine law intended to prevent collisions at sea.

The best way to learn the Nav Rules is probably still through experience -- riding along with somebody who will drill you out on the water in a variety of situations -- and short of a multimedia CD, few learning aids will replace experience for a thorough first-hand knowledge of the COLREGS.

All in all, I give it four stars ande a strong recommendation for value for the price for the recreational mariner and a somewhat weaker recommendation for passenger-carrying masters. You may want to buy two copies, one for the boat and one for the home.
Naril
This book has helped me further understand RoR and I recommend it to anyone going out to sea. They’re are some rules that hasn’t been updated to the current edition of the actual Rules and Regulation Handbook however slightly minor to the overall benefit of having it. Good luck.
WinDImmortaL
This is a seriously helpful book. If you are in the Navy, Coast Guard, Merchant Marine, or are a professional mariner, this book GREATLY simplifies the RoR, which are written in the least clear, most confusing possible language. Seriously, buy this book. The diagrams are particularly useful.

For example, the lighting requirements for an unmanned vessel being towed astern are depicted in a clear way, unlike the awkward paragraph describing this in RoR.

I qualified OOD with the help of this book.
Ionzar
This book is fairly informative. It takes a quick look at the COLREGs and provides a great refresher/ summary. If you're learning COLREGs for the first time, or require a refresher on it, this is by far one of the best resources available. However, my only concern is that the book lacks depth -as most in the marine industry will know, COLREGs have implications and nuances that are often times very significant. Such detail is not covered in the book.
Shak
The paperback edition is the standard for USCG training classes. The Kindle edition is missing important pages. Sure hope they fix this.
This is a good copy of Rules of the Road because it has more COLOR pictures of the light combinations of vessels. The USCG Rules is the industry standard, but this one is much better for entry level maritime workers. It meets the requirements for having a copy of the Rules of The Road onboard your vessel.
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