SHIP HANDLING IN RESTRICTED WATERS - IN HARBOR SHIP HANDLING
| Duration ||10 min|
| Size||210 Mb|
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In harbours and ports where manoeuvring areas are confined and shallow, there are many navigational restrictions. Therefore ship operators are required to manoeuver their vessels in accordance with the environmental situation. Additionally, when the entering and leaving the ports also involve berthing and unberthing operations, ship handling without assistance is not easy. This difficulty is due to the problem of directional control and coursekeeping, a direct result of poor steerability at low speed and the influence of wind and current.
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