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    Re: Navy crews at fault in fatal collisions, investigations find
    From: Pete Solon Palmer
    Date: 2017 Nov 2, 15:05 -0400
    <<  I have never even SEEN a chart, either electronic or paper, that failed to indicate traffic separation schemes  >>
    If that is on your 'Bucket List', here is one:
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    This is an ENC chart by the British Admiralty showing the northern approaches to the Panama Canal.  The traffic scheme is on the Local Notice to Mariners.  It is plotted as shown below, and overlayed on the chart.
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    Regards,
    Pete 

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Bob Goethe <NoReply_Goethe@fer3.com>
    To: globenav <globenav---.com>
    Sent: Wed, Nov 1, 2017 10:15 am
    Subject: [NavList] Re: Navy crews at fault in fatal collisions, investigations find

    >>As the Fitzgerald sailed into the busy waters near Japan it cut through a channel with specific rules for navigation known as a a traffic separation scheme. The ship did not have the navigation patterns on its charts and repeatedly drove across the bow of ships exiting the channel.<<
    Wow...I have never even SEEN a chart, either electronic or paper, that failed to indicate traffic separation schemes.
    Bob

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