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Defining of Minimally Admitted Head-on Distance Before the Ships Start Maneuvering
1 Baltic Fishing Fleet State Academy, Kaliningrad, Russia
ABSTRACT: Without stating the very fact of head-on situation, an attempt has been made to define the minimum admitted head-on distance between the ships in order to carry out safe maneuvering at a determined the closest point of approach, taking into account the ships' maneuvering characteristics.
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Citation note:
Bukaty V.M., Dimitrieva E.N.: Defining of Minimally Admitted Head-on Distance Before the Ships Start Maneuvering. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 69-72, 2010

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