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18.12.2018

Equipment standards for riverboats. Navigation equipment.

Excerpt from the requirements of the Russian River Register for equipping ships with navigation equipment.

  Norms of navigation equipment for class "M", "O", "P" and "L" class ships

Name      Swimming pool discharge and vessel category     
M O R and L
I II III I II III I II III
 1. The main magnetic compass (main) one one - - - - - - -
 2. Travel magnetic compass (spare) 1,2,3 one one one one one - - - -
 3. Radar station (radar) one one one one one - - - -
 4. GNSS receiver (GLONASS / GPS) with the function of receiving differential corrections  one 1 4 1 4 one 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 4
 5. Receiver Indicator Automatic Identification System (AIS) one 1 4 1 4 one 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 4

Notes
1. If there is a remote transfer of readings, including optical, from the main (main) magnetic compass to the main control station, the track (spare) compass can be omitted.
2.  Vessels of class "M" with a length of less than 20 m and vessels of class "O", not equipped with a traveling (spare)  compass, are equipped with a boat magnetic compass with a diameter of at least 75 mm.
3.  On ships where the installation of a magnetic compass is not foreseen, when installing a boat magnetic compass, the diameter of the card should provide reading from a distance of at least 70 cm.
4. Only on passenger ships and vessels carrying dangerous goods, regardless of gross tonnage.

Legend:
The main symbol of class L P O M   
Regulatory wave height, m ​​0.6 1.2 2.0 3.0     
Security of wave heights,% 1 1 1 3   

I - Vessels with a gross tonnage of 300 reg. tons and more
II - Ships 25 m long or more but gross tonnage less than 300 reg. tons
III - Ships less than 25 meters long.

Norms of navigational equipment of vessels of the classes "M-SP", "M-PR" and "O-PR"

Name   Gross tonnage of ships Comment  
<150 rt > = 150 .. one > = 300 .. one > = 500 .. > = 3000 rt
 1. Compass magnetic (main) 2 one one one one one The kit should include a direction-finding device that provides direction finding on a horizon of 360 o regardless of the source of electricity
 2. Compass magnetic spare - one one one one Must be interchangeable with the main MK
 3. Device for remote transmission of the course. - - 1 3 - - On ships without gyrocompass
 4. A gyrocompass or other non-magnetic means of determining and displaying the course 4 - - - one one A gyrocompass should include a repeater or another means of taking bearings in an arc 360 o 11
 5. Radar station with means of 5
Electronic strip (BOT) 6
Auto escort (CAC) 7
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One radar should operate in the 9 GHz band (3 cm). Stations must operate independently of each other.
 6. GNSS receiver (GLONASS / GPS) 1 7 one one one
one The radionavigation system used should ensure its application at any time the vessel is on the voyage
 7. Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) 8 one one one one one  Means of duplication should be provided (second ECDIS or paper maps)
 8. Sounder - - one one one  
 9. Lag - - one one one  Or another means of measuring and displaying speed and distance
 10. Equipment AIS 9 - - one one one  
 11. Data logger VDR / S-VDR 10 - - - - one  Not required on non-international vessels
 12. Equipment for receiving external audio signals one one one one one  Required on ships with a closed wheelhouse or operated by one boatmaster
 13. Alarm system on carrying the watch - one one one one  
 14. The system of automatic control of the ship's course 11 - - - - 1 12

Required on vessels with a gross tonnage of 10,000 or more

 15. Radar Responder (RLO) one - - - -  
 16. Night-vision equipment for high-speed vessels - one one one one On ships sailing in the dark
 17. Naval Sextant - - one one one  
 18. Chronometer - - one one one On passenger ships with a capacity of more than 300 there should be two chronometers
 19. Ship identification and tracking system - - one one one  Not required on non-international vessels


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