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Content: Preface to 1st edition (Part one), Page xiiiPreface to 3rd edition, Page xivAcknowledgments, Pages xv-xviAbout the author, Page xviiAbbreviations, Pages xviii-xxii1 - The ship, Pages 1-272 - Anchor work (fundamentals), Pages 28-563 - Ropework, Pages 57-804 - Wirework and rigging, Pages 81-1045 - Lifting gear, Pages 105-1376 - Cargo and hatchwork, Pages 138-1807 - Boatwork and life saving appliances, Pages 181-2248 - Survival craft and practice, Pages 225-2749 - Communications, Pages 275-29610 - Watchkeeping duties, Pages 297-32111 - Marine instruments monitoring and measurement, Pages 322-36212 - Meteorology, Pages 363-39413 - Preventing collisions at sea, Pages 395-44414 - Emergencies, Pages 445-48415 - Fire-fighting, Pages 485-51816 - Search and rescue operations, Pages 519-54417 - Ship-handling — equipment, Pages 545-58018 - Ship-handling — manoeuvring and mooring operations, Pages 581-61519 - Tanker operations, Pages 616-65820 - The application of MARPOL and the prevention of pollution, Pages 659-676Appendix I - Mariner's self examiner, Pages 677-684Appendix II - Officer of the watch — Certificate of competency, Pages 685-690Appendix III - Chief officer (1st mate) — Certificate of competency, Pages 691-698Appendix IV - Ship's master — Certificate of competency, Pages 700-707Appendix V - Rule of the road — (Reference to the COLREGS and the IALA Buoyage system), Pages 708-714Index, Pages 715-730
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