Re: Prospective new members -Reply
Bruce C Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 19 Aug 1997 15:28:33 -0400
Fellow Sea Scouters:
To repeat, please send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to me at 6148
Llanfair Drive, making it clear what council(s) you're interested in. No,
I can't provide this to you online.
As to the question about pilot rules, I did a Z39.50 web search and
found that there are several versions of the pilot rules available.
Herewith is the version that would be used where I am:
Title: Rules to prevent collisions of vessels and pilot
rules for certain inland waters of the Atlantic and Pacific
coasts and of the coast of the Gulf of Mexico.
Published: Washington : U.S. G.P.O.,
Description: v. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Notes: At head of title: United States Coast Guard.
Description based on: Apr. 1943.
Subjects: Rule of the road at sea -- Periodicals.
Inland navigation -- Law and legislation --
United States -- Periodicals.
Other authors: United States. Coast Guard.
Control No.: sn 86035551
You can look this up at your local library, or do a Z39.50 web search at
<http://lcweb.loc.gov/z3950/gateway.html>. (This is where it comes in
handy that I'm a librarian.) As near as I can tell, the pilot rules are
not on the web per se.
>>> WARREN TAYLOR <email@example.com> 19 August 1997 3:06 pm >>>
Bruce C Johnson wrote:
Mount Diablo Silverado,
San Francisco Bay Area, >
Your councils will be receiving copies of these listings in a few weeks
> (I'd guess about 2 weeks).
I request names for the above councils. I am comodore for one (MDSC) and
weekly have contact with the other comodore (S.F.). Mail to my council can
be as effective as a dead letter box half the time.
I have been trying to find the "pilot rules" referenced in ordinary
cruising requirement. You help is appreciated.