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Re: How to report AIS violations?

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........But the big boys are always the stand on vessel relative to recreational traffic, so I'd like to see where they are on AIS.
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I never said that. In fact, it is the opposite of what I said. I said that I would be the give way vessel. It was cupper3 who said that I would be the stand on vessel:
Sorry, I repeated it backwards, but that wasn't my point. You introduced the discussion over the stand-on rules, which triggered that rules debate.
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Re: How to report AIS violations?

Call no one,
Sometimes the AIS is not working and it may be the next port that they will have it fixed by Radio Holland or some other Radio shack rep. Expect it not to work sometimes as the shore startion that you get your info from maybe out by reason that is only need to know.

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