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A Mariner's Guide to the Rules of the Road is designed to give a concise, comprehensive treatment of the rules of the road for US Inland waters as well as for international waters. Because the Inland Rules have not been significantly updated for many years, a good deal of court interpretation has been included.
They are supplemented by national regulations for inland waters. They were most recently revised in accordance with recommendations of the International Conference on Safety of Life at Sea in 1965. They are supplemented by national regulations for inland waters.
Sir Henry Tate, 1st Baronet (11 March 1819 – 5 December 1899) was an English sugar merchant and philanthropist, noted for establishing the Tate Gallery in London. Born in White Coppice, a hamlet near Chorley, Lancashire, Tate was the son of a Unitarian clergyman, the Reverend William Tate, and his wife Agnes née Booth. When he was 13, he became a grocer's apprentice in Liverpool. After a seven-year apprenticeship, he was able to set up his own shop
A mariner's guide to the rules of the road.
The United States Navy; a handbook КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Автор:Henry Williams Название: The United States Navy; a handbook Издательство . The author frequently has had the privilege of furnishing in¬formation and data to newspapermen for use in their paragraphs and has in this way also felt the need for a simple manual or handbook on the Navy. Another inducement for the preparation of the book was the fact that the Navy's enlisted men are drawn almost entirely from inland states; many of them previous to their enlist¬ment never saw the ocean.