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Masters are expected to make the best use of VTS in navigational decision making. For further information, please contact : Participation Regulations or instructions are issued as to the types or classes of vessels that are required or requested to participate in the VTS. These regulations or instructions will include the radio frequencies to use in communicating with the VTS and a detailed list of the information to be provided.
Shipmasters are expected to adhere to VTS operating procedures and react to all warnings, advice and instructions. The authority of the Master is never compromised by participation in a VTS. Services Provided by the VTS A Vessel Traffic Service is a service implemented by a Competent Authority, designed to improve safety and efficiency of vessel traffic and to protect the environment. The service should have the capability to interact with traffic and respond to traffic situations developing in the VTS area.
VTS endeavour to deliver information that is timely, relevant and accurate. Vessels are provided information at regular broadcast intervals, on request or whenever circumstances so require.
Modern VTS employ data processing systems to manage information and produce a reliable and accurate traffic image upon which the VTS operator bases his or her decision making.
Mariners can also expect that the VTS records all communications and activities within range of its sensors. In doing so, VTS may allocate arrival or departure times, assign anchorage space, manage traffic in one way zones or employ other measures related to preplanning of vessel movements. Mariners can expect that the training of VTS personnel is to the same standards imposed on shipboard personnel and that VTS personnel are aware of the demands placed on the bridge watch team.
VTS are equipped, staffed and enabled to interact with marine traffic through the provision of specific services and to respond to developing situations in the interest of safety and efficiency. This guide briefly explains those services and how these interactions might take place. It also provides insight into the expectations the VTS would have with regard to vessels operating within its area of responsibility. It is important to note that, of the following services, only the Information Service is available at all VTS.
Such assistance can also be given if the VTS deems it necessary. In providing navigation assistance, the VTS delivers advice to assist with on-board navigational decision-making.
Information to assist navigation decision making must be provided in a timely manner, and must be clearly understood by both parties and not open to misinterpretation.
The VTS may ask the vessel to provide additional information so they may properly assess the ability of the vessel to safely participate in NAS. However, local conditions may also dictate how the VTS delivers services. Therefore, the operator will not be able to devote the same level of attention to each vessel as an individual vessel is able to dedicate to its own ship domain.
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They share common goals. The aim of the investigations is not to establish legal or economic liability. Rebocadores Portuarios Otavio A. Information about the decision is given in daily ice reports and navigational warnings.
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