Navigation Rules Clinic

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Rating is 4.83 (based on 19535 reviews).

BY:

Captain Grant Headifen

In this Navigation Rules Course you will learn

  • Why "Right of Way" is more properly called "Stand On"
  • Essential knowledge regarding the Rules with other vessels
  • How not to get squashed like a bug by big container ships
  • Who gives way between power driven vessels and sailboats
  • When sailboats must give way to other vessels
  • When Sailboats give way to each other
  • You'll be presented with realistic illustrated situations

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More about this Navigation Rules Course

  • View Navigation Rules Sailing Course excerpts
  • Simple concepts for real understanding
  • This Sailing Course takes approximately 20 minutes of total time to complete
  • Take as long as you need to complete
  • Return as many times as you like to review
  • Take the online test as many times as you like
  • Adds the Rules of the Nautical Road Endorsement to your globally recognized Sailing Certificate
  • Also available in: Português Romanian (Select the language after you register for this course or at any time when taking the course)
This is an ONLINE course and test viewable in your browser window. You will also be able to download a PDF version to print or view on your iPad or tablet.

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NauticEd sailing courses use a multimedia approach to learning. Below is an animated video to demonstrate one of the Give-Way rules. Did they do it right? Find out - by taking the NauticEd Rules of the Nautical Road FREE sailing class now!

The clinic is taken from Module 5.8 of the NauticEd Skipper Course.

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Student Reviews

I M (Mac) C.
2023, 14 Jan. 18:21

generally good rules of the road

Stefan G.
2023, 14 Jan. 00:54

Thorough

Luis-Fidel E.
2022, 30 Dec. 00:18

Great practice videos

Stefan G.
2022, 24 Dec. 08:59

I thought the material was really good,

Dan S.
2022, 23 Dec. 16:53

great visuals and animation to clarify the points. Very well written and easy to follow course outline

Howard M.
2022, 21 Dec. 08:21

if you read the lesson you have the answer.

Graham E.
2022, 19 Dec. 09:54

Clear

Jim G.
2022, 04 Dec. 14:42

The course designer(s) took a somewhat complicated and in-depth subject and made it both interactive and fun. Provided tips along the way to help remember the most important points.

James J.
2022, 30 Nov. 22:27

The course shared information in a straightforward manner and asked questions in a way that made me think before answering. Loved the try-it first quiz.

James L.
2022, 27 Nov. 20:59

Refreshed and reinforced what I already knew and I liked the variety of situations which you do not normally see one other courses

GARY H.
2022, 27 Nov. 12:35

Esey to understand

Nicolas J.
2022, 18 Nov. 06:53

Good refresher, nice videos and drawings/photos.

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Above: Two sailboats battle it out in Auckland Harbour, New Zealand. You'll learn quickly who has to keep clear of the other.

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