Re: Rule 23a question
Originally Posted by smurphny
Interesting, I've just been reading over section 23 and 24. They are two of the more difficult, especially when the rules change for varying locations. It does seem nonsensical to have different rules for different places. Changing light patterns as in, "...below the Huey P Long Bridge...." seems really pointless.
I find the Inland rules much easier to follow as the demarcation lines better define the areas better than the Canadian modifications. Some of the mods apply in "In the Canadian waters of a roadstead, harbour, river, lake or inland waterway." I took me quite a while to get that to sink in.
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