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Title: Ships Routeing Systems


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Ships Routeing Systems
MARITIME OFFICE IN SZCZECIN
Presented by Joanna Rysiewicz
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They are systems of ways for ships in this
water-part of the world where the density of
traffic is great or where freedom of movement of
shipping is inhibited by restricted sea-room, the
existence of obstructions to navigation, limited
depths or undesired meteorological conditions.
Ships Routeing Systems
Ships Routeing Systems
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Why theShips Routeing Systemsexists ?
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According to Part A of the IMO publication,
Ships' Routeing, sets forth the General
Provisions on Ships Routeing (GPSR)
(resolution A.572(14), as amended) we may
distinguish causes as follows
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It helps navigators in the organization of
traffic flow within or around areas where
navigation by all ships or by certain classes of
ship carrying specific certain cargos or types
and big quantities of bunker fuel is dangerous or
undesirable.
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FIRST
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SECOND
It reduces the danger of collision between
crossing traffic and shipping in established
traffic lanes and makes the traffic flow easier
in areas of concentrated offshore exploration or
exploitation.
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Ships Routeing Systems
THIRD
It is used for the purpose for preventing or
reducing the risk of pollution or other damage to
the marine environment caused by ships colliding
or grounding in or near environmentally sensitive
areas.
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Ships Routeing Systems
Some conditions must be taken into account
  • various weather,
  • if water areas are ice-free,
  • necessity of extraordinary manoeuvres,
  • if under-keel clearance is adequate,
  • the effects of meteorological and tidal influence
    on water depths.

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The Classification of Routes.
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Recommended routs.
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The Classification of Routes
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Recommended tracksbetween two points with the
aim of saving sailing time.
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The Classification of Routes
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One or two-way route with separation lines.
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The Classification of Routes
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It could be created in canals or between natural
obstructions (as islands, shoals or rocks), which
are restricting free movement and providing a
natural division for opposing traffic streams .
We use lines, because there is too narrow for
separation schemes.
Ships Routeing Systems
The Classification of Routs
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If there is enough place, there is traffic
separation by separation zone and line...
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The Classification of Routes
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Ships Routeing Systems
The Classification of Routes
Recommended direction of traffic flow between two
traffic separation schemes.
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Traffic separation by separation zone(for
example separation of through) by providing
inshore traffic zones.
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The Classification of Routes
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We can meet some routes in form sectorial
division of near traffic separation schemes
approaching to focal point.
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The Classification of Routes
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Separation of traffic at roundabout.
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The Classification of Routes
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Separation of traffic at a crossing.
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The Classification of Routes
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Separation of traffic at a junction.
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The Classification of Routes
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A junction, showing a separation line submitted
for a zone, where will be crossing traffic.
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The Classification of Routes
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Precautionary area at focal point.
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The Classification of Routes
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Precautionary area with recommended direction of
traffic flow around is
area to be avoided.
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The Classification of Routes
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Precautionary area at a junction, with
recommended directions of traffic flow.
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The Classification of Routes
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Area to be avoided.
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The Classification of Routes
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Deep-water route (two-way).
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The Classification of Routes
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One-way deep-water route (within a traffic
lane).
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The Classification of Routes
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they should follow as closely as possible
existing patterns of flow, course alternations
along the route should be as few as possible, and
convergence areas and route junctions should be
kept to a minimum and should be as widely
separated from each other as possible
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What else should we know about routes
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Ships Routeing Systems
What else should we know about routes
  • they should be designed to allow optimum use of
    aids to navigation in the area
  • route junctions and convergence areas should not
    be placed where crossing traffic is expected to
    be heavy

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Resolution A.572(14)1 General Provisions on
Ships Routeing as amended by res. MSC.71(69)
and SN/Circ.204(MSC70) Annex Guidance Note
on the Preparation of Proposals on Ships
Routeing Systems and Ship Reporting Systems for
Submission to the Sub-Committee on Safety of
Navigation.
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Detailed guidelines we will find in Standards
International Hydrographic
Organisation in the Field of Hydrographic
Measurement - S44.
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FINI
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