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    Re: Course Changing in the Navy
    From: Jeremy C
    Date: 2009 Dec 10, 20:21 EST
    Well the Panama Canal regs have the first one.  They used to be their own chapter of the CFR's, but no longer. 
     
    The second I'd have to research at home, where I am not.  I remember learning those in school; probably in admiralty law.  When I get back, I'll try to look it up.
     
    Jeremy
     
    In a message dated 12/10/2009 7:22:00 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, lunav{at}abelhome.net writes:


    Anabasis75---.com wrote:
    As far as the pilot requirements, we are the same way in the merchant fleet.  I quiz the junior officers and cadets as to the two circumstances where the pilot has legal control of the vessel and can over-ride the master.  They can usually remember the Panama Canal pilot, but few remember the one about the drydock.
    Interesting!   Where are these rules laid out?

    I have some friends with 50- and 100-ton licenses who think they know everything about operating a vessel and I'm about to have some fun...

    Thanks

    Lu

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