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Pilotage Act (1913).
British Act of
Parliament dealing with pilots
, pilotage and pilotage authorities. Limitation of liability of pilotage authorities is dealt with in an Act of 1936. See "Limitation of Liability'.
, approved or appointed responsible
for the organisation and
, conduct of pilotage in a given port or area.
Area controlled by a particular Pilotage Authority.
Fees and charges for pilotage service.
Small craft used for embarking or disembarking pilots in sheltered waters.
Sea-going vessel that cruises in a specific area for purposes of putting pilots
on board inward bound ships
, and for receiving them from outward bound ships.
about a foot long
, sometimes seen preceding a shark. Bluish in colour with five to seven dark bars. May sometimes attend a ship.
Distinctive flag of a pilot vessel. Small replica may be flown by a piloted vessel. British flag is square with upper half white and lower half red.
Union flag with white border. Used as request for pilot's services.
Astronomical position line along which a vessel can conveniently sail in good safety.
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