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Shipping  Team 1. Be especially alert for small craft operating in the vicinity of the harbor. 2. Report all tugs upon sighting them. 3. Report course and speed changes of ships as soon as  possible. Getting a large ship under way or bringing it to anchor can be a simple and quiet operation when all hands know their jobs and do them well. RULES  OF  THE  ROAD Just  as  a  driver  must  know  traffic  signals  and laws  governing  speed,  the  crews  who  handle  ships and  boats  must  know  the  seagoing  traffic  rules. The   nautical   traffic   rules   are   contained   in   Nav- igation  Rules  and  are  provided  for  a  definite purpose—to   prevent   ship   collisions.   When   colli- sions do occur, damage can run into many thousands of  dollars,  even  if  one  or  both  ships  do  not  sink. Even   worse   is   the   possibility   that   lives   will   be lost. Rules  of  the  Road  are  divided  into  two  distinct sections:  Inland  Rules  and  International  Rules. The  boundaries  that  separate  the  areas  where  In- ternational  Rules  and  Inland  Rules  apply  are usually  marked  on  each  of  the  nautical  charts. If  the  boundary  lines  are  not  marked  on  the chart,  they  may  be  drawn,  as  a  general  rule, 41

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