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Old 03 June 2009, 15:55   #21
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This list is wrong and very misleading.

Only 6,8,72,77 should be used for inter ship working channels.

13 is Bridge to Bridge

15 & 17 On Board Com's

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Whats the difference between inter ship and bridge to bridge?
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Old 03 June 2009, 16:54   #22
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Whats the difference between inter ship and bridge to bridge?
Channel 13 is used for bridge to bridge voice communications under GMDSS. It will normally be monitored by commercial vessels if a danger of collision exists. This channel is one of the few, under GMDSS that can be used without a preceeding DSC alert on Channel 70.

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I have found this handy for UK VHF channels. http://www.pzsc.org.uk/radio/Channel%20Listing.pdf
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Old 03 June 2009, 17:56   #24
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I have found this handy for UK VHF channels. http://www.pzsc.org.uk/radio/Channel%20Listing.pdf
vry good i like!

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Whats the difference between inter ship and bridge to bridge?
this comes from the days when ships had radio operators away from the bridge and this would create a delay in passing a message so channels were allocated so that bridge to bridge 'coms' were possible for instance in close quarters situations
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this comes from the days when ships had radio operators away from the bridge and this would create a delay in passing a message so channels were allocated so that bridge to bridge 'coms' were possible for instance in close quarters situations
Thats where most problems occour, large ships close quarters situations ,bad seamanship ,we used to get ships saying which way do you want to pass ,we usually replyed stick to col regs .
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This channel is one of the few, under GMDSS that can be used without a preceeding DSC alert on Channel 70.
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back to the question what does this actually mean
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This channel is one of the few, under GMDSS that can be used without a preceeding DSC alert on Channel 70.
I realise the quote has been lifted straight from ofcoms website -but what, if anything, does it actually mean ???????????????
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For Jetski.

There is a very good booklet from the RNLI which I think is called Sea Safety.

Within it is some very good general information, a interactive CD which I can recommend and also a set of very good stickers, for placing about the boat. Two of which are the correct calls to make in the event of a problem. They are easy to follow and would allow anyone to make a call to the coastguard with all the information needed to alert any rescue services required. Stick them near your radio and tell all those on board where they are.

The booklet is free and I have seen them in chandlers, marinas and lifeboat stations. If you cannot find one, I have a spare I can send you.

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The booklet is free and I have seen them in chandlers, marinas and lifeboat stations. If you cannot find one, I have a spare I can send you.

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or request one from the rnli website here:

http://www.rnli.org.uk/what_we_do/se...equest_a_guide

Select "The Complete Guide" as the one you want
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