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Prof. Tomasz Neumann

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The Colregs and the Princess Alice
1 Marine Navigation Consultant, Arundel, UK
ABSTRACT: There is currently considerable interest in the international regulations for preventing collisions at sea (the Colregs). Suggestions for changes are made, but their validity is difficult to assess because, apart from some very limited simulator experiments, there is no possibility of testing new proposals before they are introduced. Given this situation, it is instructive to look back at past times when the Colregs were somewhat different so that we may, at least, avoid some of the mistakes of the past. In this paper, the author?s aim is to look at the lessons that might be learned from one, particularly tragic collision between the Princess Alice and the Bywell Castle in 1878.
Cockcroft, A.N. 2007. The Colregs. Seaways (Letter). March 07. London. Nautical Institute
Kemp, J.F. 1976. Two hundred years of the collision regulations. Journal of Navigation, 29,341. Cambridge Cambridge University Press
Syms, R. 2006/7. The Colregs. Seaways. December 06, January 07 & February 07. London. Nautical Institute
Thomas, D. 2002. The Fatal Flaw: Collision at sea and the failure of the rules. Carmarthenshire, UK. Phaiacia
Citation note:
Kemp J.F.: The Colregs and the Princess Alice. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 57-61, 2007

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