SHIP HANDLING IN RESTRICTED WATERS — HOW TO AVOID DANGEROUS FOLLOWING SEAS
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All mariners are well aware of the fact that when the vessel is sailing in following and quartering seas, the vessel's motions will be augmented and this in turn will increase the possibility of the vessel getting capsized. that is why it is critically important for the safety of the vessel that the navigators possess more detailed knowledge about these risks.
The ship handling techniques that we are studying here are also available in the relevant IMO providing guidance to the Masters for avoiding potentially dangerous situations in such conditions. The content of this training video is highly recommended to the professional mariners willing to refresh or improve their skills and of course to the future ship navigators who can use it as a supplementary training source.
Proper understanding of all dangers that may be encountered in the quartering and following seas is essential to understand since it will allow to take all necessary actions and avoid the associated risks.
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