InstructorNoel Hutchinson
TypeOnline Course
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IRPCS Course

This IRPCS Course is a series of video tutorials. Over three hours of bite size video tutorials explaining each of the rules.

Each video will give you a deep insight into the IRPCS or Colregs. The videos interpret the rules and give several animated examples for clarification.

BONUS:  this IRPCS course contains all the information regarding day shapes, lights and sound signals.

Once you have completed the course you will have the knowledge to attempt any of the exams in the maritime syllabus.

The International Regulations for Prevention of Collisions at Sea are the rules of the road for safe navigation. They are essential knowledge for anybody who is going afloat.

This course is suitable for both professional mariners as well as leisure boaters and yachtsmen.

Section 1Video Tutorials
Lecture 1Introduction to the IRPCS
Lecture 2Rules 1 - 3 - Application, Responsibility and Definitions
Lecture 3Rule 4 - Application
Lecture 4Rule 5 - Lookout
Lecture 5Rule 6 - Safe Speed
Lecture 6Rule 7 - Risk of Collision
Lecture 7Rule 8 - Action to Avoid Collision
Lecture 8Rule 9 - Narrow Channels
Lecture 9Rule 10 - Traffic Separation Schemes
Lecture 10Rule 11 - Application
Lecture 11Rule 12 - Sailing Vessels
Lecture 12Rule 13 - Overtaking
Lecture 13Rule 14 - Head on Situation
Lecture 14Rule 15 - Crossing Situation
Lecture 15Rule 16 - Action by Give Way Vessel
Lecture 16Rule 17 - Action by Stand on Vessel
Lecture 17Rule 18 - Responsibilities Between Vessels
Lecture 18Rule 19 - Conduct of Vessels in Restricted Visibility
Lecture 19Rule 20 - Application
Lecture 20Rule 21 - Definitions
Lecture 21Rule 22 - Visibility of Lights
Lecture 22Rule 23 - Power Driven Vessels Underway
Lecture 23Rule 24 - Towing and Pushing
Lecture 24Rule 25 - Sailing Vessels Underway and Vessels Under Oars
Lecture 25Rule 26 - Fishing Vessels
Lecture 26Rule 27 - Vessels Not Under Command or Restricted in their Ability to Manoeuvre
Lecture 27Rule 28 - Vessels Constrained by their Draught
Lecture 28Rule 29 - Pilot Vessels
Lecture 29Rule 30 - Anchored Vessels and Vessels Aground
Lecture 30Rule 31 - Seaplanes
Lecture 31Rule 32 - Definitions
Lecture 32Rule 33 - Equipment for Sound Signals
Lecture 33Rule 34 - Manoeuvring and Warning Signals
Lecture 34Rule 35 - Sound Signals in Restricted Visibility
Lecture 35Rules 36 - 37 Signals to Attract Attention
Lecture 36Rule 38 - Exemptions
Lecture 37Rules 39 - 41 Verification of Compliance
Lecture 38Annex 1 Technical details of lights and shapes
Lecture 39Annex 2 Additional lights for fishing vessels
Lecture 40Annex 3 Technical details of sound making apparatus
Lecture 41Annex 4 - Distress Signals

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