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Old 08-10-2006, 09:11 PM
polaris6
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Default Riverboat whistle signals

I would like a reference to read about the riverboat whistle conventions. I understand the Inland Rules, but I don't really understand the 'on the one whistle', 'on the two whistle', etc. I have read several abbreviated accounts but I can never discern when reference to 'approaching a vessel', whether the approach is head on, or overtaking.

Can anybody try to straighten me out?
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