Title: I. Types of vessels  
Author: Martin Dagan 10 Feb, 2015
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Transport - CEVNI v5 (RU) (1)
    Page: I. Типы судов
Transport - CEVNI v5 (FR) (1)
    Page: I. Types de bateau
Transport - CEVNI v5 (135)
    Page: Article 9.02, para.6 - Application of Article 1.10
    Page: Article 6.14 - Procedure on departure
    Page: Article 3.14 - Additional marking for vessels carrying out certain transport operations involving dangerous substances
    Page: Article 3.29 - Additional marking for protection against wash
    Page: Article 6.37 - Conduct of, and in respect of, underwater divers
    Page: Article 3.20 - Marking for stationary vessels
    Page: Article 1.12 - Dangerous objects on board; loss of objects; obstacles
    Page: Article 9.02, para.1 - Application of Article 1.01 I. 5
    Page: Article 9.07, para.10 - Application of Article 6.28
    Page: Article 7.02 - Berthing
    Page: Article 9.04, para.5 - Application of Article 3.11
    Page: Article 2.05 - Identification marks on anchors
    Page: Article 6.21 - Convoys
    Page: Article 6.25 - Passage under fixed bridges
    Page: Article 2.01 - Identification marks on vessels other than small craft and seagoing vessels
    Page: Article 6.02 - Small craft: General rules
    Page: Article 6.03 - General principles
    Page: Article 6.17 - Sailing abreast and prohibition to approach vessels
    Page: Article 4.05 - Radiotelephony
    Page: Article 9.04, para.6 - Application of Article 3.14, para. 1
    Page: Article 1.03 - Duties of crew and other persons on board
    Page: Article 7.08 - Watch and surveillance
    Page: Article 6.24 - Passage under bridges and through weirs: General
    Page: Article 3.11 - Marking for side-by-side formations under way
    Page: Article 6.06 - Meeting: High speed vessels
    Page: Article 6.23 - Rules applicable to ferry-boats
    Page: Article 1.18 - Obligation to clear the fairway
    Page: Article 3.10 - Marking for pushed convoys under way
    Page: Article 10.06 - Used-oil log, deposit at reception facilities
    Page: Article 3.30 - Distress signals
    Page: Article 9.03 - Application of Article 2.02
    Page: Article 3.31 - Prohibition of boarding
    Page: Article 6.13 - Turning
    Page: Article 3.32 - Prohibition of smoking or using fires and naked light
    Page: Article 1.20 - Inspection
    Page: Article 10.04 - Prohibition on discharging and dumping
    Page: Article 3.01 - Application and definitions
    Page: Article 3.21 - Additional marking for vessels carrying out certain transport operations involving dangerous substances
    Page: Article 9.02, para.2 - Application of Article 1.01 I. 9
    Page: Article 3.04 - Cylinders, balls, cones and bicones
    Page: Article 4.02 - Use of sound signals
    Page: Article 3.33 - Prohibition of lateral berthing
    Page: Article 6.03 bis - Crossing
    Page: Article 9.02, para.5 - Application of Article 1.09
    Page: Article 9.04, para.3 - Application of Article 3.09 paragraph 1 (a)
    Page: Article 3.36 - Additional marking for vessels used for underwater diving
    Page: Article 6.07 - Meeting in narrow fairways
    Page: Article 6.34 - Special priorities
    Page: Article 6.31 - Sound signals when stationary
    Page: Chapter 9 - REGIONAL AND NATIONAL SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
    Page: Article 6.04 - Meeting: Normal rules
    Page: Article 6.26 - Passage through movable bridges
    Page: Article 9.07, para.12 - Application of Article 6.30
    Page: Article 1.09 - Steering
    Page: Article 4.06 - Radar
    Page: Article 9.04, para.2 - Application of Article 3.08, paragraph 1
    Page: Article 1.13 - Protection of waterway signs and marking
    Page: Article 3.05 - Prohibited lights and signals
    Page: Article 6.36 - Conduct of, and in respect of, fishing vessels
    Page: Article 7.03 - Anchoring and use of telescopic piles (spuds)
    Page: Article 9.07, para.13 - Application of Article 6.32
    Page: Article 9.04, para.1 - Application of Chapter 3, “Visual Signals (Marking) on Vessels”, Section II
    Page: Article 3.22 - Marking for ferry-boats made fast at their landing stage
    Page: Article 8.01 - “Do not approach” signal
    Page: Article 1.08 - Construction, rigging and crews of vessels
    Page: Article 1.14 - Damage to permanent structures
    Page: Article 1.16 - Salvage and assistance
    Page: Article 6.30 - General rules for navigation in reduced visibility; navigation by radar
    Page: Article 3.28 - Additional marking for vessels under way carrying out work in the waterway
    Page: Article 3.03 - Boards, flags and pennants
    Page: Article 4.01 - General
    Page: Article 10.08 - Collection, deposit and reception of cargo-related waste
    Page: Article 9.07, para.2 - Application of Article 6.04
    Page: Article 9.07, para.3 - Application of Article 6.05
    Page: Article 9.04, para.9 - Application of Article 3.27
    Page: Article 6.15 - Prohibition of entering the spaces between vessels in a towed convoy
    Page: Article 2.04 - Draught marks and draught scales
    Page: Article 6.35 - Water skiing and similar activities
    Page: Article 10.09 - Painting and external cleaning of vessels
    Page: Article 1.07 - Maximum load, maximum number of passengers and view
    Page: Article 3.37 - Additional marking for vessels engaged in minesweeping
    Page: Article 1.02 - Boatmaster
    Page: Article 9.09 - Application of Article 8.02 paragraph 4
    Page: Article 1.04 - General obligation to exercise vigilance
    Page: Article 9.04, para.8 - Application of Article 3.20 paragraph 4
    Page: Article 9.07, para.8 - Application of Articles 6.24 - 6.26
    Page: Article 9.02, para.4 - Application of Article 1.02
    Page: Article 6.28 - Passage through locks
    Page: Article 3.34 - Additional marking for vessels whose ability to manoeuvre is limited
    Page: Article 4.03 - Prohibited sound signals
    Page: Article 9.04, para.7 - Application of Article 3.16
    Page: Article 1.17 - Grounded or sunken vessels
    Page: Article 6.01 bis - High-speed vessels
    Page: Article 6.20 - Wash
    Page: Article 4.04 - Distress signals
    Page: Article 9.07, para.14 - Application of Article 6.33
    Page: Article 6.16 - Harbours and tributary waterways: entering and leaving; leaving followed by crossing the waterway
    Page: Article 3.13 - Marking for small craft under way
    Page: Article 7.04 - Making fast
    Page: Article 6.21 bis - Relocation of pushed barges outside a pushed convoy
    Page: Article 1.10 - Vessel’s papers and other documents
    Page: Article 3.38 - Additional marking for vessels on pilotage service
    Page: Article 6.12 - Navigation on sections where the course is prescribed
    Page: Article 9.07, para.6 - Application of Article 6.22 bis
    Page: Article 9.05, para.1 - Application of Article 4.01
    Page: Article 6.09 - Overtaking: General provisions
    Page: Article 6.33 - Provisions for vessels not navigating by radar
    Page: Article 7.07 - Berthing in case of transport operations involving dangerous substances
    Page: Article 2.03 - Tonnage measurement
    Page: Article 7.01 - General principles of berthing
    Page: Article 2.02 - Identification marks on small craft
    Page: Article 4.07 - Inland Automatic Identification System Equipment
    Page: Article 3.25 - Marking for floating equipment at work and for grounded or sunken vessels
    Page: Article 6.10 - Overtaking
    Page: Article 3.35 - Additional marking for vessels engaged in fishing
    Page: Article 1.06 - Use of the waterway
    Page: Article 8.02 - Reporting requirements
    Page: Article 3.09 - Marking for towed convoys under way
    Page: Article 9.07, para.4 - Application of Article 6.08
    Page: Article 9.02, para.3 - Application of Article 1.01 I. 10
    Page: Article 6.22 - Suspension of navigation
    Page: Article 7.05 - Berthing areas
    Page: Article 3.08 - Marking for motorized vessels proceeding alone
    Page: Article 3.18 - Additional marking for vessels unable to manoeuvre
    Page: Article 9.05, para.2 - Application of Article 4.06
    Page: Article 6.32 - Navigation by radar
    Page: Article 3.24 - Marking for nets or poles of stationary vessels
    Page: Article 9.07, para.1 - Application of Article 6.02
    Page: Article 3.12 - Marking for sailing vessels under way
    Page: Article 10.07 - Obligation to exercise vigilance during filling operations
    Page: Article 1.11 - Navigation regulations
    Page: Article 3.26 - Marking for anchors that may be a danger to navigation
    Page: Article 6.29 - Priority of passage through locks
    Page: Article 6.01 - Definitions and scope of application
    Page: Article 6.05 - Meeting: Departures from normal rules
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    Page: Article 9.02, para.2 - Application of Article 1.01 I. 9
    Page: Article 9.02, para.3 - Application of Article 1.01 I. 10