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Old 28-06-2014, 08:01   #121
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Re: When is a Boat Passing from Behind not Overtaking? Narrow Channel Part II

Originally Posted by goboatingnow View Post
Using your " personal definitions" you can arrive at any conclusion you like. But read Cockcroft and others for an an accepted definition


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i doubt that cockcroft gives an exact definition. Narrow only comes into play when the vessels in such a channel have to take the amount of searoom into account when maneuvering. if they do not have to take searoom into account, then the channel cannot be considered narrow per se


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