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Signals between Vessels Information Before  we  get  into  the  requirements  for  signals,  you  must  first  understand the  terms  we  will  use. Term Vessel Definition The  word  vessel  includes  every  description  of  watercraft including  nondisplacement  and  seaplanes,  used  or capable  of  being  used  as  a  means  of  transportation. Power-Driven Any  vessel  propelled  by  machinery. Vessel Sailing Vessel Any  vessel  under  sail,  provided  that  propelling machinery is not being used. Engaged  in Fishing Any  vessel  fishing  with  nets,  lines,  trawls,  or  other apparatus  that  restrict  maneuverability,  does  not  include a  vessel  fishing  with  trolling  or  other  fishing  apparatus that  do  not  restrict  maneuverability. Not  Under Command Any  vessel  that,  through  some  exceptional circumstances,  is  unable  to  maneuver  as  required  by rules  and  is  therefore  unable  to  keep  out  of  way  of another  vessel  (i.e.  broke  down). Restricted  in  Its  Any  vessel  that,  from  the  nature  of  its  work,  is  restricted Ability to in  its  ability  to  maneuver  as  required  by  these  rules  and Maneuver is  therefore  unable  keep  out  of  the  way  of  another vessel. Constrained  by A  power-driven  vessel  that,  because  of  draft  in  relation Draft to  the  available  depth  of  water,  is  severely  restricted  in its ability to deviate from the course it is following (International Rules) Under  Way Any  vessel  not  at  anchor,  made  fast  to  the  shore,  pier, wharf,  or  aground. Length and Breadth A  vessel’s  length  overall  and  greatest  beam  or  width. Signals  between  Vessels,  Continued 4-41

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