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  1. Dislodge and drag. In light conditions, a Keller will reduce the swing of the, vessel ,considerably. In heavier conditions these effects disappear as the rode becomes
  2. The Soviet nuclear-powered submarine K-33 collides with the Finnish merchant, vessel ’M/S Finn clipper in the Danish straits. *1968 – Nerve gas accident at Skull
  3. That is used to connect a vessel to the bed of a body of water to prevent the, vessel ,from drifting due to wind or current. Anchors can either be temporary or
  4. To the lee quarter may be dropped from the lee bow. This is deployed when the, vessel ,is head to wind and has lost headway. As the vessel gathers Steinway the strain
  5. The cable pivots the vessel around what is now the weather quarter turning the, vessel ,onto the other tack. The anchor is then normally cut away as it cannot be
  6. The case of light vessel s or channel marker buoys. The anchor needs to hold the, vessel ,in all weathers, including the most severe storm, but only occasionally, or
  7. And particularly hard sand or clay bottoms. If there is much current or the, vessel ,is moving while dropping the anchor it may" kite" or" skate" over the
  8. Are set, tension is taken up on both cables to limit the swing or to align the, vessel , Bahamian moor Similar to the above, a Bahamian moor is used to sharply limit
  9. Which hook on to rocks on the bottom or bury themselves in soft bottoms. The, vessel ,is attached to the anchor by the rode which is made of chain, cable,rope, or a
  10. Enough depth is needed so that low tide does not present obstacles to where the, vessel ,might swing. This is also important when determining scope, which should be
  11. Is the use of a swivel as follows: the first anchor is set normally, and the, vessel ,drops back to the limit of anchor cable. A second anchor is attached to the end
  12. Anchors (formerly known as Sheet Anchors) are the main anchors used by a, vessel ,and normally carried at the bow of the vessel . A Edge Anchor is a light anchor
  13. But only occasionally, or never, needs to be lifted, only for example if the, vessel ,is to be towed into port for maintenance. An alternative to using an anchor
  14. To a dock or anchored,whether it is moving through the water. Thus,a, vessel ,can be under way (or underway) with no way on (i.e., not moving).
  15. As the figure of a man, while the fainter naked eye stars are represented as a, vessel ,from which is pouring a stream of water. The water flows southwards into the
  16. Is in a narrow channel or on a lee shore so that there is no room to tack the, vessel ,in a conventional manner an anchor attached to the lee quarter may be dropped
  17. So it will be relatively straight. Once the desired scope is laid out,the, vessel ,should be gently forced astern, usually using the auxiliary motor but possibly
  18. Short lengths of chain attached to a swivel, so no matter which direction the, vessel ,moves one or more anchors will be aligned to resist the force. Mushroom The
  19. Lost headway. As the vessel gathers Steinway the strain on the cable pivots the, vessel ,around what is now the weather quarter turning the vessel onto the other tack.
  20. Ships,1 Project 10470,A 671,ex Saga,1 Valerian Uryvayev class survey, vessel ,(AG) and one Vadim Poor class survey vessel (AG). The U. S. Navy has
  21. Anchors can be broken out of the bottom by shortening the rode until the, vessel ,is directly above the anchor (at this point the anchor chain is" up and down
  22. After this second anchor is set, the scope on the first is taken up until the, vessel ,is lying between the two anchors and the load is taken equally on each cable.
  23. For making small perfume bottles or ointment vases called alabaster,the, vessel ,name has been suggested as a possible source of the mineral name. In Egypt
  24. Are popular with tourists and locals alike. Sailing regattas featuring a local, vessel ,type, the Chill Yawl, have been popular since the 19th century, though most
  25. Are the main anchors used by a vessel and normally carried at the bow of the, vessel , A Edge Anchor is a light anchor used for edging, or more commonly on yachts
  26. 1 Valerian Uryvayev class survey vessel (AG) and one Vadim Poor class survey, vessel ,(AG). The U. S. Navy has helped train the Azeris Navy. There is also an
  27. Equally on each cable. This moor also to some degree limits the range of a, vessel ,'s swing to a narrower oval. Care should be taken that other vessel s will not
  28. Similar to Propane, anhydrous ammonia boils below room temperature. A storage, vessel ,capable of 250 p. s. i. is suitable to contain the liquid. Ammonium compounds
  29. To be stowed. Aweigh should not be confused with under way, which describes a, vessel ,which is not moored to a dock or anchored,whether it is moving through
  30. Or down current, whichever is stronger. As the chosen spot is approached,the, vessel ,should be stopped or even beginning to drift back. The anchor should be lowered
  31. To out-maneuver opponents when the wind had dropped but might be used by any, vessel ,in confined, shoal water to place it in a more desirable position, provided she
  32. The set anchor, there is a great tendency of the rode to foul the anchor as the, vessel ,swings due to wind or current shifts. When this happens, the anchor may be
  33. An anchor is set off each the bow and the stern, which can severely limit a, vessel ,'s swing range and also align it to steady wind, current or wave conditions.
  34. Is the rope, chain,or combination thereof used to connect the anchor to the, vessel , Neither rope nor chain is fundamentally superior to a cable. Anchoring
  35. An anchor is a device, normally made of metal, that is used to connect a, vessel ,to the bed of a body of water to prevent the vessel from drifting due to wind
  36. Athens states that they were sometimes made of wood. Such anchors held the, vessel ,merely by their weight and by their friction along the bottom. Iron was
  37. Cables. ) There are techniques of anchoring to limit the swing of a, vessel ,if the anchorage has limited room. Using an anchor weight, kellet or sentinel
  38. Should be lowered quickly but under control until it is on the bottom. The, vessel ,should continue to drift back, and the cable should be veered out under control
  39. This is deployed when the vessel is head to wind and has lost headway. As the, vessel ,gathers Steinway the strain on the cable pivots the vessel around what is now
  40. An unrelated device is a sea anchor, a drogue used to control a drifting, vessel , Overview Anchors achieve holding power either by" hooking" into the seabed
  41. Will be larger at low tide than at high tide. However, no matter where the, vessel ,is anchored, the largest possible swing range should be considered, as well as
  42. To the middle of the anchor cable, and the vessel connected to that. The, vessel ,will now swing in the middle of two anchors, which is acceptable in strong
  43. And set. A swivel is attached to the middle of the anchor cable, and the, vessel ,connected to that. The vessel will now swing in the middle of two anchors
  44. By the United States Supreme Court in 2005. The defendant argued that as a, vessel ,flying the flag of a foreign nation was exempt from the requirements of the ADA
  45. HMS Drake on April 24, 1778,the first victory for any American military, vessel ,in British waters. France's formal entry into the war meant that British naval
  46. On the Norfolk Broads in England. Permanent anchors These are used where the, vessel ,is permanently sited, for example in the case of light vessel s or channel marker
  47. Archaic technique, and may be considered a variety of edging: when a sailing, vessel ,is in a narrow channel or on a lee shore so that there is no room to tack the
  48. To the above, a Bahamian moor is used to sharply limit the swing range of a, vessel , but allows it to swing to a current. One of the primary characteristics of
  49. The anchor, laying out the scope, setting the hook, and assessing where the, vessel ,ends up. The ship will seek a location which is sufficiently protected; has
  50. Survive into modern times, such as Carlos for fruit, and pericardial for seed, vessel , Rather than focus on formal causes, as Aristotle did, Theophrastus suggested a

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