Presentation on theme: "Skysail CEVNI Training 1 of 15 CEVNI Practice Test On Line - ICC Symbols, Signals, Rules Code Européen des Voies de la Navigation Intérieure European Code."— Presentation transcript:
Skysail CEVNI Training 2 of 15 CEVNI SIGNALS CHART WHITE ISOPHASE LIGHTS or Fixed on bank - STOP Flashing - PROCEED Alternate fixed/flashing. go towards flash: or Small passenger vessel < 20m Vessel with priority in locks Power ferry with priority Tug Last Tow FerryDangerous cargo Below is an extract from the CEVNI laminated chart available from The chart contains all the signs in the CEVNI tests
Skysail CEVNI Training 3 of 15 RYA CEVNI 1 1.What is the meaning of this sign? Stop Keep a sharp lookout Keep to the middle of the channel Do not make wash Not under command No entry – prolonged 2.What is the meaning of this signal? Sailing vessel Overtaking to port Vessel in distress All clear ahead Hazard on left of channel You may pass 4.What is the meaning of this sign? or 3.What is the meaning of this sound repeated? (4 seconds)
Skysail CEVNI Training 4 of 15 RYA CEVNI 2 5.What is the meaning of this sign? Do not pass outside red marks No entry Use other span Channel crosses to right Channel crosses to left Cable on river bed 6.What is the meaning of this sign? Where high speed navigation is permitted In areas where turning is permitted Within 50 metres of a boat carrying 2 blue cones Bridges No sailing boats Sailing boats only Sailing is permitted 7. In which areas is it forbidden to moor? 8.What is the meaning of this sign? or
Skysail CEVNI Training 5 of 15 RYA CEVNI 3 9.What is the meaning of this sign? Use this span of bridge Proceed Pass this side Dangerous cargo (explosive) Ferry with priority Overhead cable 10.What is the meaning of this sign? Less than 20m long More than 20m long More than 50m long Danger – stop Vessel with priority in locks You may not pass 11. A normal vessel is: 12.What is the meaning of this sign?
Skysail CEVNI Training 6 of 15 RYA CEVNI 4 13.What is the meaning of these lights on a vessel? Pusher vessel, with inflammable cargo Pass port to port Vessel carrying out underwater work Do not pass Passage for vessels of reduced height only Give way to oncoming vessels 14.What is the meaning of these lights on a bridge? Pilot vessel I am unable to manoeuvre You may not overtake Towing vessel Stern light – pusher vessel No overtaking 15. What is this sound signal 16.What is the meaning of these lights on a vessel?
Skysail CEVNI Training 7 of 15 CEVNI 5 14.What is the meaning of these lights? Be ready to proceed Passage for vessels of reduced height, two way traffic Pass to the yellow side, with caution Navigation prohibited Pass to your port side Underwater obstacle 15.What is the meaning of this sign? Proceed with caution Two way traffic Give way to vessel entering channel from a port It is carrying flammable materials Pass starboard to starboard You may not pass 16. What is the meaning of these lights 17. What is this signal by an upstream vessel?
Skysail CEVNI Training 8 of 15 CEVNI 5 18.What is the meaning of these lights? Be ready to proceed Passage for normal vessels Enter with caution Launching point Ferry with 12 passengers or more Chain Ferry 19.What is the meaning of this sign? Proceed with caution Channel is close to right bank Stop Ferry with priority Constrained by Draught Pass to starboard 20. What is the meaning of this sign? 21. What is this signal on a vessel?
Skysail CEVNI Training 9 of 15 CEVNI 5 22.What is the meaning of this sign? Go in direction of arrow No overtaking Keep to right of channel No overtaking by convoys No passing or overtaking All traffic prohibited 23.What is the meaning of this sign? Proceed with caution Power tug leading a convoy Carrying hazardous cargo Do not make wash Bridge closed ahead Slow, sharp bend ahead 24. What is this signal on a vessel? 25. What is the meaning of this sign?
Skysail CEVNI Training 10 of 15 CEVNI NOTES If you want another CEVNI test download here: DEFINITIONS Small craft – under 20 m in length Normal craft – over 20 m in length Small craft usually give way to normal craft Right bank – on the right when proceeding downstream Left bank – on the left when proceeding downstream Waterways – Class 1 are rivers; Class 2 are canals and lakes Upstream vessel – is proceeding up the river to its source, or ascending in a lock. Downstream vessel – is proceeding away from the source of a river, or descending in a lock. Take care with these, its the direction of travel, not the relative position).
Skysail CEVNI Training 11 of 15 CEVNI NOTES RULES WHEN BOATS MEET Give way and stand on – are defined as in in IRPCS. Normal vessels travelling downstream have priority over vessels travelling upstream, but the vessels travelling upstream may choose which side to give way on. If an upstream vessel decides to leave a course to starboard, it displays a blue board by day (with a scintillating (60 flashes per second) blue light by night) on its starboard side. Downstream vessels acknowledge by displaying a similar board on their starboard side. Hydrofoils and hovercraft give way to other vessels. CEVNI Crossing rules are similar to IRPCS. However, a vessel on the starboard side of a marked channel shall maintain its course. The standard lights for motor vessels and sailing craft are similar to IRPCS, also Restricted in Ability to Manoeuvre, Not Under Command, Fishing, Diving.
Skysail CEVNI Training 12 of 15 CEVNI NOTES VESSELS PUSHING Carry lights in a triangle Their signs are contained in a similar triangle: Dangerous materials: PushingAll types of vesselNon Pushing Explosive Similar vessels Moor > 100 m distant Hazardous Similar vessels Moor > 50 m distant Flammable Similar vessels Moor > 10 m distant
Skysail CEVNI Training 13 of 15 SKYSAIL SKILLS CHARTS Day Skipper ChartworkWeather VHF Extracts from Skysail Skills Charts on the essential navigation subjects
Skysail CEVNI Training 14 of 15 Free cevni practice online Complete text and signs for CEVNI are here to download (200 pages) CLICK: 115r3e.pdf 19 th November th December 2010