1. International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea

Collision Regulations

For International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea Questions will be confined to the International Regulations and although candidates must be aware of the existence of Local Regulations, they will not be expected to memorise specific local regulations.

  • General rules (1-3)
  • Steering and sailing rules (4-19)
  • Lights and shapes (20-31)
  • Sound and light signals (32-37)
  • Signals for vessels fishing in close proximity (Annex II)
  • Distress signals (Annex IV)

Videos, Stories and quizzes

Collision Regulations Quiz Rules 1-19

Collision Regulations Quiz Rules 1-19

Hope you have fun with our little quiz about the Collision Regulations. This quiz was created as part of our training. There are also links to other Free quizzes on our Miscellaneous page ...
Lights and Shapes Quiz Rules 20-31

Lights and Shapes Quiz Rules 20-31

Have a go at this quiz on some of the aspects on lights and shapes. There are also links to other Free quizzes on our Miscellaneous page ...
Sound Signals Quiz

Sound Signals Quiz Rules 32-37

When you are in restricted visibility or you want to quickly tell others what your intension is, then a quick blast on the horn is a great idea. There are also links to other Free quizzes on our ...
Day shape

Make your best guess

While learning about day shapes, I have really come to realise that sometimes you have to make your best guess. When I look at this picture, it reminds me that people get things wrong. I took...
Watch our "No ramming other boats" video and add comments etc

No raming other boats!

Our own very unique interpretation on the collision regulations aided and abetted by our very helpful crew The videos and real life have just about caught up with each other, so we told our...
Collision Regulations Summary

Collision Regulations Summary

When you read the collision regulations then it is important to create your own summary on them. This is our summary, and represents the main points that we thought were important. Part A -...
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