SHIP HANDLING IN FOLLOWING SEAS - HOW TO AVOID DANGEROUS FOLLOWING SEAS
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It is well known that when the ship is sailing in following and quartering seas, the ship's motions will be augmented and so the possibility of the capsizing will be increased. It is therefore important to possess more detailed knowledge about these risks for safer navigation in following and quartering seas. The ship handling techniques that we are studying here are also available in the International Maritime Organization Circular "Guidance to the Master for avoiding dangering situations in following and quartering seas."
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