Lakes And River Traffic Regulations (Sfvo)

Original Language Title: Seen- und Fluss-Verkehrsordnung (SFVO)

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Regulation of the Federal Minister of Transport, Innovation and Technology concerning a lakes and river traffic regulations (SFVO)

On the basis of § § 1, 5 para. 10, 9, 11, 12 para. 1, 13 para. 1 to 4, 14, 16 para. 1 and 2, 17 para. 2 to 4, 18 para. 2 and 3, 23 para. 1, 25 para. 3, 27 para. 2, 35 as well as 37 para. 3 of the Shipping Law, BGBl. I n ° 62/1997, as last amended by BGBl. No 50/2012, pursuant to section 153 (2) of this Federal Act, in agreement with the Federal Ministers of Finance, for Home Affairs, for National Defense and Sport as well as for Agriculture and Forestry, Environment and water management:

table of contents

Type/Clause

Object/Label

Part 1
Scope

§ 1.

Local scope

§ 2.

Objective scope

Part 2
Basic provisions for navigation on lakes and rivers

1. Chapter
General provisions

§ 3.

Definitions

§ 4.

Ship Guide

§ 5.

Duties of crew and other persons on board

§ 6.

General due diligence

§ 7.

Behavior under special circumstances

§ 8.

Use of waters

§ 9.

Maximum permissible loading, maximum number of passengers, visibility

§ 10.

Construction, equipment and crew of the vehicles

§ 11.

Occupation of the rudder

§ 12.

Ship surfers and other documents

§ 13.

Hazards arising from items on board; loss of objects; shipping obstacles

§ 14.

Protection of the shipping signs and the name of the waters

§ 15.

Damage to assets

§ 16.

Prohibition of entry into the aquatic environment

§ 17.

Rescue and assistance

§ 18.

Fixed or sunken vehicles

§ 19.

Havaria

§ 20.

Special instructions

§ 21.

Monitoring

§ 22.

Temporary arrangements

§ 23.

Shipping Operations-General provisions

§ 24.

Passenger shipping

§ 25.

Operation of Ferries

§ 26.

Storm warning

§ 27.

Events

§ 28.

Acquisition of fuel (bunkers)

§ 29.

Marine fuels

§ 30.

Equipment for sports vehicles

§ 31.

Notifications

§ 32.

Transport of dangerous goods

Chapter 2
Registration plates and draught indicators

§ 33.

Characteristics of vehicles, other than small vehicles

§ 34.

Identification of small vehicles

§ 35.

Sunset marks and draught indicators

§ 36.

Anchor tag

Chapter 3
Name of vehicles

Section 1
General

§ 37.

Application and definitions

§ 38.

Lights

§ 39.

Plaques, flags and whimps

§ 40.

Cylinder, balls, cone and double cone

§ 41.

Forbidden Lights and Signs

§ 42.

Replacement lights

§ 43.

Forbidden use of lamps, headlights, panels, flags, etc.

Section 2
Night and Tag Name

2.A designation during the journey

§ 44.

Designation of individually moving vehicles with machine drive as well as of thrust and coupling associations

§ 45.

Name of trawls in voyage

§ 46.

Designation of small vehicles in voyage

§ 47.

Additional designation of vehicles in the carriage of certain dangerous goods

§ 48.

Name of passenger ships

§ 49.

Name of floating bodies and floating installations

2.B designation when breast-feeding

§ 50.

Designation of vehicles when they are still in use

§ 51.

Designation of stationary floating bodies and floating installations

§ 52.

Name of nets and booms of stationary vehicles and other fishing equipment

§ 53.

Designation of floating equipment in operation, as well as fixed or cunted vehicles

§ 54.

Designation of anchors, which may endanger shipping

Section 3
Special characters

§ 55.

Additional designation of the vehicles of the public safety service and of the fire-extinguishing boats and vehicles for rescue purposes

§ 56.

Additional designation of vehicles carrying out work in the aquatic environment

§ 57.

Additional designation for protection against wave impact

§ 58.

NotCharacter

§ 59.

Ban on entering the vehicle

§ 60.

Prohibition to smoke on board and use open light or fire

§ 61.

Additional designation of the vehicles from which it will be fished

§ 62.

Additional designation of vehicles in the use of divers

Chapter 4
Sound signs and speech radio

§ 63.

General

§ 64.

Use of the sound signals

§ 65.

Sound signs of ports and berths

§ 66.

Forbidden Sound

§ 67.

NotCharacter

§ 68.

Voice Radio

Chapter 5
Shipping signs and designation of waters

§ 69.

Shipping signs

§ 70.

Designation of port entry and berth

§ 71.

Designation of hazardous sites and zones dedicated to special purposes

6. Chapter
Driving Rules

Section 1
General

§ 72.

Definitions

§ 73.

General rules of conduct

§ 74.

Speed

§ 75.

Small vehicles: general rules

Section 2
Encounter, crosses and overtake

§ 76.

General principles

§ 77.

Cross

§ 78.

Encounter

§ 79.

Encounter in tight drivings

§ 80.

Counter-forbidden by shipping signs

§ 81.

Overtaking: General provisions

Section 3
More rules for driving

§ 82.

Apply

§ 83.

Entrance to and exit from ports and secondary waters; moorings

§ 84.

Driving on the same level and banning the approach to vehicles

§ 85.

Prohibition of the looping of anchors, trosses or chains

§ 86.

Avoidance of wave impact

§ 87.

Associations

§ 88.

Passing on floating equipment in operation, on fixed or sunken vehicles and on vehicles carrying certain dangerous goods

Section 4
Ferries

§ 89.

Rules for ferries

Section 5
Passing through bridges

§ 90.

Driving through bridges: General

§ 91.

Passing solid bridges

6.
Restricted visibility

§ 92.

General rules for driving in restricted visibility conditions; use of radar

§ 93.

Sound signs during travel with limited visibility

Section 7
Special Rules

§ 94.

Fallback

§ 95.

Yielding Behavior

§ 96.

Waterskiing and similar activities

§ 97.

Behaviour towards passenger ships

§ 98.

Behaviour of the vehicles from which it is being fished and against vehicles from which it is fished

§ 99.

Behaviour of divers and divers

§ 100.

Limitation of bathing, swimming and sports diving

§ 101.

Rafting

§ 102.

Uferzones

Chapter 7
Standstill rules

§ 103.

General rules for breastfeeding

§ 104.

Anchor

§ 105.

Commit

§ 106.

Berths for certain types of vehicles

§ 107.

Wache and supervision

8. Chapter
Water protection and disposal of waste on board

§ 108.

General duty of care-Water management

§ 109.

Clean-up of waters

§ 110.

Collection and treatment of waste on board

§ 111.

Painting and exterior cleaning of the vehicles

Part 3
Port order

§ 112.

Behaviour in ports

§ 113.

Entering the vehicles

§ 114.

Use restrictions

§ 115.

Hazard Behavior

§ 116.

Commit

§ 117.

Supervision of vehicles

§ 118.

Use of anchors, trosses, ropes and chains

§ 119.

Discard

§ 120.

Use of the Propulsive organs

§ 121.

Landing

§ 122.

Use of fire on vehicles

§ 123.

Backup of lines

§ 124.

Transport in port

Part 4
Transitional and final provisions

§ 125.

Transitional provisions

§ 126.

Expiry of previous legislation

Annexes and Annex

Appendix 1

Name of vehicles

Appendix 2

Sound character

Appendix 3

Shipping signs

Appendix 4

Name of waters

Annex 1

Sunrise and sunset

Part 1

Scope

Local scope

§ 1. (1) The provisions of this Regulation shall apply to public flowing waters and to the public waters and private waters referred to in Appendix 1 to the Maritime Law; they shall not apply to waterways according to § 15 of this Regulation. Federal law, Lake Constance and the Old Rhine from its mouth to the road bridge Rheineck-Gaissau as well as for the New Rhine from the mouth into Lake Constance up to the road bridge Hard-Fussach.

(2) Other navigable private waters shall be subject to the provisions of this Regulation, in so far as the persons entitled to dispose of such waters are not subject to any other provisions. However, the authorities and their institutions may apply the provisions of this Regulation to the extent that it is the safety of shipping and of persons, the carrying out of water structures, the protection of persons against noise pollution and the protection of the air or the body of water before pollution.

(3) The provisions of the 3. Part (port order) shall apply to waters in accordance with Z 1.

Objective scope

§ 2. (1) In so far as it is necessary to achieve the purpose of use, vehicles shall be:

1.

that are used for rescue and assistance,

2.

of the public security service,

3.

the water management,

4.

the customs administration,

5.

the water-based service; and

6.

fire-extinguishing service

in use not to the provisions of § § 26 (storm warning), 90 para. 2 Z 1 (transit of bridges), 91 para. 1 (transit of fixed bridges), 103 para. 1 and 2 as well as 8 to 10 (general rules for the standstill), 104 (anchors) and 105 (fortification) committed.

(2) Vehicles of the Austrian Federal Army are in accordance with § 13 (6) of the Maritime Law in the case of operations pursuant to § 2 para. 1 lit. a, b and c of the Wehrgesetz 2001 (WG 2001), BGBl. I n ° 146/2001, as last amended by BGBl. I n ° 63/2012, and in case-by-case exercises, only as far as the provisions of this Regulation are concerned, as a result of which the use is not impeded.

(3) In order to carry out experiments and to test technical developments in the field of navigation, the Authority may, on a case-by-case basis, grant derogations from the provisions of this Regulation, provided that it provides for the safety of shipping and of persons, the liquid of the traffic and the water quality are not affected and hazards or disadvantages caused by the trials or trials are not to be expected.

(4) The provisions of § § 10 (6) and (7) (operating noise, exhaust gas), 74 (driving speed) and 102 (shore zones) do not apply to the performance of the travel inspection (§ 110 of the Shipping Law).

Part 2

Basic provisions for navigation on lakes and rivers

1. Chapter

General provisions

Definitions

§ 3. This Regulation shall be deemed to be:

(1) Types of vehicles

1.

" Vehicle ": an inland waterway vessel, including small vehicles and ferries, as well as floating vessels and seagoing vessels;

2.

" Vehicle with machine drive ": a vehicle with its own driving engine, other than such vehicles, the machinery of which shall only be subject to small changes in location (in ports or at loading and unloading points) or in order to increase the maneuverability of the vehicle in the slug- or thrust dressing;

3.

" floating device ": a floating structure with mechanical means intended for work on water or in ports (e.g. excavators, elevators, hoists, cranes);

4.

" Ferry ": a vehicle which is used for the carriage of goods on the river and is authorised by the competent authority as a ferry; vehicles which are in such use and are not free shall be considered to be a ferry;

5.

" Passenger ship ": a day-trip vessel or a cabin vessel approved for the carriage of more than 12 passengers;

6.

" Cargo Ship " : vehicle intended for the carriage of goods;

7.

" Schudaughters ": a vehicle which is constructed or set up for the movement of the vehicle by sliding;

8.

" Vehicle under sail ": a vehicle driving only under sail; a vehicle which is sailing under sail and at the same time uses a driving machine, shall be considered as a vehicle with a machine drive;

9.

" Rowing vehicle " : The vehicle which receives its propulsion solely by human muscle power;

10.

" Small vehicle ": a vehicle the hull of which has a length of less than 20 m (without attachments such as rowing or bow spriet), with the exception of the vehicles which are built and set up to tow other vehicles as small vehicles, or , as well as the vehicles registered for the carriage of more than 12 passengers, and of the shoe leepers,

11.

" Water motorbike ": a small vehicle, such as a waterbob, water scooter, jet bike or jet ski, or another similar small vehicle with its own mechanical drive, which can carry one or more persons and is designed and designed for the purpose of carrying out the water sliding or drawing figures; water motorcycles with a length of less than 4 m shall be considered to be a floating body.

12.

" Sports Car ": vehicle intended for sport or recreational purposes and not a passenger ship;

(2) Associations

1.

" Federation ": a trawling association, a pusher association or a coupling association;

2.

" Drag dressing ": a compilation consisting of one or more vehicles, floating installations or floating bodies towed by one or more vehicles with a machine drive; the latter belong to the association and are referred to as" tug boats "; or "tug vessels";

3.

" Thrust Association ": a rigid connection of vehicles, at least one of which is located in front of the vehicle with a machine drive, which moves the dressing and is referred to as a" sliding vehicle "or a" thrust vessel "; this includes an association of a vehicle with a pushers and a pushed vehicle, the clutches of which allow controlled kinks;

4.

" Coupling Association " (coupled ships) means a connection between vehicles which are coupled in the longitudinal direction and none of which are in front of the vehicle with a machine drive which moves the dressing;

(3) Light and sound signals

1.

" white light "," red light "," green light "," yellow light "," blue light ": lights, the colour of which is the provisions of UNECE Resolution No 61 on the technical requirements for inland waterway vessels (www.unece.org) or the Directive on technical requirements for inland waterway vessels and repealing Directive 82/714/EC of the Council, OJ No. 1-260, of 30 December 2006, as amended, (Directive 2006 /87/EC);

2.

" strong light "," bright light "," ordinary light ": lights the strength of which complies with UNECE Resolution No 61 on technical requirements for inland waterway vessels (www.unece.org) or Directive 2006 /87/EC;

3.

" Radio Light " and " fast wireless light ": lights with a clock rate of 40 to 60 and from 100 to 120 light phenomena per minute;

4.

" Sequence of very short notes ": a sequence of at least six tones each of about a quarter of a second duration, separated by pauses of about a quarter of a second;

5.

" Group of Glockenstrikes ": two bell blows;

(4) Other terms

1.

" floating facility ": a floating facility, which is usually stationary, for example a bathing establishment, dock, landing bridge, boathouse;

2.

" Float ": rafts and other types of vehicle design, assembly or objects with or without machine drive, which are neither vehicles nor floating installations (e.g. sail boards, also machine-driven; unmanned towed and/or inmanned towing); Watersheds; machine-driven designs in which the propulsion or control is not hydrodynamic; amphibious vehicles and other floorable land vehicles, mounted on buoyant bodies Building-like constructions);

3.

" Flew " : floating assembly of buoyant bodies, in particular of wood;

4.

" decommissioned ": vehicles, floating bodies or floating installations situated directly or indirectly in front of anchors or fixed to the shore;

5.

" Driving " or " in driving ": vehicles, floating bodies or floating installations which are not directly or indirectly anchored on the shore or which are fixed or fixed on the shore. For such vehicles, floating bodies or floating installations, the term "stop" is to be understood as referring to the country;

6.

" Night ": the period between sunset and sunrise; for the sunrise and sunset, the dates specified in Annex 1 shall be the determining factor. During the on the basis of the Time Counting Act, BGBl. No 78/1976 in the BGBl version. No 52/1981, the summer time fixed by the regulation of the Federal Government is to be added to the periods indicated in the table of the Annex for an hour.

7.

" Day ": the period between sunrise and sunset;

8.

" Landing place ": any place where a mechanical connection is established between a vehicle or a floating body and the shore;

9.

" Berth " : a space intended for the decommissioning of vehicles or floats;

10.

" Fatigue ": a condition which occurs as a result of insufficient rest or as a result of illness and which manifests itself in deviations from normal behaviour and from the rate of reaction; the condition of the driver of a vehicle or association of the commercial shipping, which has served more than 16 hours within 24 hours of service, is deemed to have been affected by fatigue;

11.

" Noise condition ": a condition which occurs as a result of the use of alcohol, narcotics, medicines or other similar substances; in the case of an alcohol content of the blood of 0.5 g/l (0.5 per mille) or above, or in the case of an alcohol content of the breathing air of 0.25 In any event, the condition of the driver of a vehicle or association of a commercial shipping shall be deemed to have been affected by an alcohol content of the blood of 0.1 g/l (0.1 g/L) or above which the condition of the person shall be considered to be affected by alcohol. (a) or above or at an alcohol content of the breath of 0.05 mg/l or more than of alcohol;

12.

" limited visibility ": reduction of sight by fog, haze, snow rubbing, rain showers or other causes;

13.

" safe speed ": speed at which a vehicle or association can safely drive, maneuver or stop in a distance appropriate to the given conditions and conditions;

14.

" linkes and right bank ": the sides of a river water from the source seen at the mouth;

15.

" on Mountain ": the direction to the source; on channels, the direction is determined by the competent authority and the term" from A to B "is used;" on the valley " Is the opposite direction;

16.

" ADN ": the Regulation annexed to the European Convention on the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Inland Waterways (www.unece.org);

17.

" Sports Equipment ": air mattresses, floating tyres and other non-machine-drive equipment exclusively used for sports or playing purposes, and remote-controlled model ships with a displacement of not more than 50 kg; sports equipment shall not be considered to be vehicles, or swimming body;

18.

" Marine fuel ": any person intended for use on a vehicle; liquid fuel or fuel obtained from petroleum on a vehicle, including a fuel or fuel which corresponds to the definition in ISO standard 8217. This term includes mineral oil and fuel in accordance with § 4 paragraph 1 Z 2 of the mineral oil tax law 1995, BGBl. N ° 630/1994 as last amended by BGBl. I n ° 22/2012.

Ship Guide

§ 4. (1) Each vehicle, as well as each float, other than the pushed-in vehicles of a pusher band, must be under the guidance of a person with appropriate qualifications. This person is referred to as the "skipper".

(2) Each federation must also be under the guidance of a ship's guide with appropriate qualifications. This guide shall be determined as follows:

1.

in the case of an association with only one vehicle with a machine drive, its skipper is the ship ' s guide;

2.

in the case of a tow bar with two or more vehicles with a machine drive at the top, the driver of the first vehicle is the skipper of the tractor, with the exception of that vehicle, a temporary Auxiliary towing boat; in this case, the vessel's driver of the second vehicle is the ship's guide;

3.

in the case of a tractor with two or more coupled vehicles with a machine drive at the top not driving one behind the other and one of which is the main driving force, its skipper shall be the ship ' s guide;

4.

in the case of a pusher combination with two sliding vehicles arranged side by side, the skipper of the moving vehicle, which is the main driving force, shall be the ship ' s guide;

5.

in all other cases, the ship's guide must be determined.

(3) The ship's guide must be on board during the journey; on floating equipment at work, the guide or guide shall be able to be The guide of the device shall be replaced by the ship's guide.

(4) The ship ' s guide shall be responsible for compliance with this Regulation on the vehicle, the association or the floating body which it is guided. In a trawl, the skippers of the towed vehicles shall comply with the instructions of the ship ' s guide; however, without such instructions, they shall take all the measures necessary to ensure the safe conduct of their vehicles. because of the circumstances. The same applies to the drivers of vehicles in a coupling association, which are not at the same time the ship's leaders.

(5) Each floating facility shall be under the guidance of a suitable person. This person shall be responsible for compliance with this Regulation on the floating facility.

(6) The ship's guide shall not be in a state of fatigue or in a state of intoxication when driving the vehicle.

(7) If a stationary vehicle or a stationary floating body does not have a ship's guide, carry it

1.

the person responsible for the guard or supervision in accordance with Section 107;

2.

the operator or the operator or owner, or Owner of this vehicle or float,

the responsibility for compliance with this Regulation.

(8) As far as the guidance of vehicles is not compulsory, the completion of the 16. Life-year requirement for the management of vehicles.

By way of derogation, a condition for the management of

1.

Motor vehicles with electric machine drive with a drive power of less than 500 W the completion of the 12. Year of life;

2.

Sailing vehicles the completion of the 14. Year of life, however, if all persons on board the life jackets during the journey have completed the completion of the 12. Year of life;

3.

Rowing vehicles the completion of the 12. Year of life;

4.

Sailing boards the completion of the 12. Life Year.

These age limits shall not apply to persons who are demonstrably participating in water sports events, including rehearsals and exercises, or who are under appropriate supervision.

Duties of crew and other persons on board

§ 5. (1) The crew shall comply with the instructions of the ship ' s guide, which shall be issued within the framework of its responsibility. It shall contribute to compliance with this Regulation and other applicable rules.

(2) All other persons on board shall comply with the instructions given to them by the ship's guide in the interests of the safety of navigation and order on board.

(3) Members of the crew and other persons on board who temporarily independently determine the course and speed of the vehicle shall also be responsible for compliance with the provisions of this Regulation.

(4) The members of the crew and other persons on board, who are temporarily involved in the management of the vehicle, shall not be affected by fatigue or as a result of a noise condition.

General due diligence

§ 6. (1) Vehicles and swimming bodies must at all times drive at a safe speed.

(2) In addition to the provisions of this Regulation, the shipping guides shall take all precautions to be taken by the general due diligence and practice of navigation, in particular:

1.

the threat to human life,

2.

Damage to vehicles or floats, shores, regulatory structures and installations of any kind in water or on the shore,

3.

the obstruction of navigation,

4.

the addition of damage to crew members and other persons on board the vehicle, association or swimming body, to port or quay facilities and to the environment

to avoid.

(3) Paragraph 2 shall also apply to persons under whose supervision floating installations are placed.

Behavior under special circumstances

§ 7. In order to avert an imminent danger, the shipyards must all take the necessary measures, even if they are forced to derode from this Regulation.

Use of waters

§ 8. The length, width, height, draught and speed of the vehicles, the bandages and the swimming bodies shall be adapted to the conditions of the waters and their installations.

Maximum permissible loading, maximum number of passengers, visibility

§ 9. (1) Vehicles or Swimming bodies must not be loaded beyond the permissible load. In the case of countersunk marks, vehicles may not be unloaded lower than the lower edge of the countermarks.

(2) The free vision shall be restricted by the cargo or trimming position of the vehicle not more than three ship lengths, but not more than 350 m, before the bow.

(3) The cargo shall not endanger the stability of the vehicle and the strength of the hull.

(4) Vehicles intended for the carriage of passengers shall not have more passengers on board than are authorised by the competent authority. If this is not laid down by the Authority, a vehicle or The body of the body shall not be subjected to such a strain that its safety or the safety of persons is affected.

Construction, equipment and crew of the vehicles

§ 10. (1) Vehicles and swimming bodies shall be constructed and equipped in such a way as to ensure the safety of persons on board and to navigation and to fulfil the obligations arising from this Regulation.

(2) All vehicles, other than the pushed-in vehicles of a pusher band, shall have a crew, which shall be sufficient in terms of number and suitability to ensure the safety of the persons on board and of the shipping. Vehicles without a machine drive in a coupling body and certain vehicles which are towed in a group of rigidly connected vehicles shall not have an crew if the crew of the vehicle, which is responsible for the locomotion or the safe The number and suitability of a coupling association or group of rigidly connected vehicles shall be sufficient to ensure the safety of persons on board and of shipping.

(3) The conditions set out in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if the vehicle is subject to an admission certificate as defined in the 6. Part of the shipping law is provided and the construction and equipment of the vehicle as well as its crew correspond to the information contained in the certificate of admission.

(4) Vehicles with a hull length of 2.5 m to 24 m, which are used for sports and leisure purposes, may only be put into service if they comply with the provisions of the Regulation of the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Labour on requirements Sports boats, BGBl. II No 276/2004, as amended. This shall not apply to:

1.

vessels designated exclusively for racing and designated by the manufacturer, including racing rowing boats and training rudder boats;

2.

canoes, kayaks, gondolas and pedalos;

3.

Original vehicles and, in particular, original materials manufactured with original materials and marked by the manufacturer in accordance with individual reconstructions of historic watercraft designed before 1950;

4.

Test boats as long as they were not placed on the EU-EEA market;

5.

Boats built for their own use, to the extent that they were not placed on the EU market in the EEA during a period of five years after they were completed;

6.

hydrofoil boats;

7.

vehicles which have been shown to be placed on the market or put into service in the European Economic Area (EEA) before 16 June 1998;

8.

sports vehicles registered abroad who operate the waters referred to in § 1 for a period of no more than three months in the calendar year.

(5) In the case of passengers, the appropriate rescue equipment registered in the certificate of approval must be available on board. Rescue equipment must be available for adults and children in a number corresponding to the distribution of passengers.

(6) The operation of vehicles or floating bodies shall no longer produce noise, smoke or exhaust gas than is unavoidable in accordance with the state of the art when the vehicle is in a proper state and in proper operation.

(7) The operation of sports vehicles, the operating noise of which is not attenuated in accordance with the respective state of the art, is prohibited. This is considered to be fulfilled if, in the case of a measurement according to ÖNORM EN ISO 14 509-1:2009 "Small water vehicles-air borne noise emitted by motor-driven sports boats-Part 1: pilot measurements" an A-weighted sound pressure level of 70 dB does not apply. is exceeded.

Occupation of the rudder

§ 11. (1) On each vehicle in use, the rowing must be occupied by a person qualified for this purpose, the age of which corresponds to the provisions of section 4 (8).

(2) For the safe control of the vehicle, the rowing driver or be able to receive and receive all information and instructions arriving in the wheelhouse or from there. In particular, it must: they can perceim the sound signs and have sufficient free visibility on all sides.

Ship surfers and other documents

§ 12. (1) The following duly completed documents must be carried on board the vehicles:

1.

Admissions certificate,

2.

where appropriate, calibration certificate,

3.

in the case of vehicles with a machine drive, a ship's diary,

4.

on board vehicles with crew, the ship ' s guide or the ship ' s guide, or the ship ' s guide,

5.

on board vehicles with crew, records of working and rest periods; these records do not have to be carried on board if they are kept up-to-date and at any time in the short term for inspection by the competent authorities can be submitted,

, and, if applicable,

6.

where appropriate, a radiotelephone certificate,

7.

Certificates for boilers and other pressure vessels,

8.

the certificate for liquefied gas installations,

9.

test certificates for portable fire extinguishers and permanently installed fire-extinguishing systems; and

10.

testing certificates for cranes.

(2) The ship's diary (para. 1 Z 3) shall be led by the ship's guide. The ship's diary shall be entered on a daily basis:

1.

Summary information on the journey and operation of the vehicle;

2.

information on the departure of the ship ' s guide, indicating the time of the detachment;

3.

Information on accidents or accidents Havaria with a detailed description of the Hergang and all details;

4.

Information on other important events and measures not included in Z 1 to 4, such as serious diseases of persons on board, and the holding of exercises and verifications according to § 23.

(3) By way of derogation from paragraph 1 (1) (1) to (12), only the following documents are required for small vehicles:

1.

Admissions certificate,

2.

on board vehicles with crew, the ship ' s guide or the ship ' s guide, or the ship ' s guide,

3.

in the case of vehicles with a machine drive, a ship's diary,

4.

where appropriate, a radiotelephone certificate,

For sports vehicles which are small vehicles, the ship's diary is not required. In addition, the exceptions are in accordance with § 101 and § 118 of the Shipping Law.

(4) documents which have to be on board on the basis of the provisions of this Regulation or other applicable rules shall be submitted to the officials of the competent authorities at the request of the competent authorities.

(5) Admission certificate and calibration certificate need not be carried on board a shoe holder on which a metal or plastic shield is fitted in accordance with the following pattern:

Official identification number:

Number of the certificate of admission:

Competent authority:

Valid up to:

This information must be engraved or engraved in legible characters of at least 6 mm height. The metal shield must be at least 60 mm high and 120 mm long. It must be well-visible and permanently attached to the back of the control board of the shoe-holder.

The conformity of the information on the metal shield with those in the ship ' s certificate must be confirmed by the competent authority by the sign registered on the metal shield. The certificate and certificate shall be owned by the owner or certificate. to be kept by the owner of the shoe lead.

Hazards arising from items on board; loss of objects; shipping obstacles

§ 13. (1) Items which may endanger vehicles, floating bodies, floating installations or installations in or on water may not project beyond the sides of vehicles or floats.

(2) If the anchors are not used, they must be in the fully-fetched position.

(3) If a vehicle, a float or a floating facility has lost an object and can be impeded or endangered by it, the skipper or the person responsible for the floating installation must: shall, without delay, report to the nearest competent authority, indicating the place where the item was lost, as precisely as possible. In addition, it shall identify the post where possible.

(4) If an unknown obstacle is detected in the body of water by a vehicle, the ship ' s guide shall report this immediately to the nearest competent authority, indicating the place at which the obstacle has been encountered as accurately as possible; and identify, where possible, if the obstacle could pose a threat to shipping.

Protection of the shipping signs and the name of the waters

§ 14. (1) It is prohibited to sign shipping signs or the name of the water (e.g. bars, buoys, lights) to make or pick up vehicles or floats, to damage them or to make them unusable.

(2) If a vehicle or a floating body has moved or damaged a ship ' s sign or a body which is used to designate the body of water, the ship ' s guide shall report this immediately to the nearest competent authority.

(3) Any skipper who has caused accidents or other changes to the shipping signs or the name of the waterway (e.g. B. Erasing of a light, destruction of a character), has the duty to report this to the next competent authority without delay.

Damage to assets

§ 15. If a vehicle or a float has an installation (e.g. If the ship ' s guide is damaged, the ship ' s guide shall report this immediately to the nearest competent authority.

Prohibition of entry into the aquatic environment

§ 16. (1) It shall be prohibited to cast, pour or initiate otherwise, objects or substances which are likely to impede or endanger the shipping or other users of the water.

(2) In particular, it is prohibited to cast, pour or otherwise introduce oil residues of any kind, even if they are mixed with water.

(3) Where objects or substances referred to in paragraph 1 or 2 are inadvertently entered into the aquatic environment or are likely to enter the aquatic environment, the ship ' s guide shall report this immediately to the nearest competent authority, taking into account the nature and place of the Enter as precisely as possible.

Rescue and assistance

§ 17. (1) In the event of an accident that endangers persons on board, the ship's guide shall use all available means to rescue it.

Where persons or vehicles are in danger in a body of water, the skipper of any vehicle in the vicinity shall be obliged to provide immediate assistance, in so far as this is compatible with the safety of the vehicle he is taking.

Fixed or sunken vehicles

§ 18. (1) The skipper of a fixed or sunken vehicle, or of a fixed or torn swimming body, shall immediately provide the notification to the next competent authority. In the event that a vehicle has been fixed or sank, the ship ' s guide or a member of the crew shall remain on board or in the vicinity of the accident site until the competent authority permits him to remove himself.

(2) Fixed or sunken vehicles or floating bodies which may endanger the shipping or other users of the waters shall be designated in accordance with § 53.

Havaria

§ 19. (1) If a vehicle or a floating body is collimated with another vehicle, a different floating body or an installation, the ship's guide shall immediately report it to the nearest attainable safety service. Its other obligations shall remain unaffected. This report shall provide all the information necessary for the clarification of the accident, in particular on the circumstances, the causes and consequences of the accident. The report may not be reported if there has been only material damage, there is no risk of water pollution, and the parties have shown each other their names and addresses.

(2) In the event of a ship accident, each party concerned shall be responsible for the consequences of the accident and the determination of his/her person, his/her vehicle and the nature of his/her participation in the accident. Involved in a ship accident is anyone whose behavior may have contributed to the accident after the circumstances.

Special instructions

§ 20. The ship ' s guides and persons under the control of which floating installations are to be placed shall comply with the special instructions given to them by the institutions of the competent authority for the safety and orderly conduct (ease) of the Shipping is granted.

Monitoring

§ 21. (1) Ships and persons under the control of which floating installations are placed shall give the necessary assistance to the institutions of the competent authorities, in particular to facilitate their immediate arrival, in order to ensure that they comply with of this Regulation and of other applicable provisions.

(2) The officials of the competent authorities may, by means of special instructions, prohibit the journey, in particular where:

1.

the vehicle is not provided with a certificate (certificate of approval) or a national travel permit, or these documents are no longer valid,

2.

the vehicle does not comply with the provisions of § 9 (maximum permissible loading, maximum number of passengers, visibility),

3.

the crew or equipment of the vehicle does not comply with the provisions of § 10 (construction, equipment and crew of the vehicles),

4.

if the suitability of the skipper or the crew of the crew is restricted by fatigue or intoxication.

Temporary arrangements

§ 22. The shipowners must comply with the temporary measures adopted by the competent authority, which are made known on special occasions for the safety and orderly conduct (lightness) of shipping and as a regulation have been made known.

Shipping Operations-General provisions

§ 23. (1) In the use of the rescue, fire extinguisher, Lenz and leak sealing devices on board, the crew shall be correspondingly instruct. At least once a year, during the operation of vehicles, with the exception of sports vehicles, exercises with these facilities are carried out, where available, using the safety role (Article 15.13 (1) of Annex 2 to the Regulation on the Shipbuilding and Shipping Ordinance), , These exercises are to be repeated when a crew member takes up duties in the security organisation and has not taken part in such exercises on board the vehicle concerned in the current calendar year.

(2) During the operation of vehicles, other than sports vehicles, at least every two months the rescue, fire extinguisher, Lenz and leak sealing equipment on board shall be tested for their use by the crew; in doing so, is to be eliminated and replaced by unusable material.

(3) Cover sluks leading to spaces below deck and not protected by a sufficiently high spout or by railing shall be kept closed, provided that the disclosure is not required by the ship's operation. Where it is absolutely necessary to keep open, the danger zone must be marked accordingly and, if necessary, also illuminated. Emergency exits must be kept free of charge and equipment and must not be blocked.

(4) Beiboote or Lifeboats must be ready for use at all times for rescue purposes and must not be loaded. The use of passenger boats to allow them to be used is prohibited.

(5) Facilities for the entry or exit of persons and the transition from a stilting vehicle to another adjacent to the shore or to landing facilities must be designed and, if necessary, illuminated in such a way as to ensure that the Safety of persons is not affected.

(6) In the case of slack manoeuvres, the skipper must have a free view of the used workplaces on deck from the wheelhouse. If sufficient free visibility is not possible due to the construction of the ship or the cargo, either

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another member of the crew, who is in acoustic contact with the ship's guide, directly, via an intercom or on-board radio, monitor the respective workplace, or

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An optical device with a sufficient field of view and a clear distortion-free image is available.

Passenger shipping

§ 24. (1) Vehicles may only apply to land places approved by the authority in order to enter and exit passengers. If passenger ships wish to dock at the landing site, other vehicles than passenger ships shall immediately release the passenger ships.

(2) If a responsible person is designated for the landing place, it shall regulate the shipping traffic at the landing site. The ship's leaders have to follow their instructions. Vehicles other than passenger ships may only be used with the permission of the person in charge.

(3) The passengers may use only the entrants and exits, entrants and staircases on board to enter and exit. Passengers are not allowed to enter or exit until the ship's guide or his representative has given permission to do so.

(4) The ship's guide shall not allow passengers to enter and exit only after the passenger ship has been safely detained and after having satisfied that the passenger ship has been arrested and that the passenger ship has been safely arrested.

1.

the access and departure of the passengers at the landing site is possible without danger,

2.

is sufficiently illuminated in the darkness of the landing place.

(5) passengers must behave in such a way as to ensure that safety on board is not compromised. Persons who are likely to be at risk of shipping or significant annoyance of other passengers shall be excluded from transport.

(6) In the interests of safety, the ship's guide shall ensure that passengers are properly distributed on the vehicle and that access to the places of entry is not hindered.

(7) passengers shall be prohibited from entering the control stand, machinery space and other spaces and deck areas which are not designated for them, without the licence of the ship ' s driver.

(8) In the case of darkness, the rooms intended for passengers must be adequately illuminated. The illumination must not affect the visibility of the night label lights and should not cause any disturbing glare.

(9) Goods must be loaded in such a way as to ensure that the safety of passengers is not compromised. If the space intended for passengers is used in part for goods, the maximum number of passengers determined shall be reduced by a passenger for each half-square metre of the area in question.

(10) The take-over of liquid fuels and operating materials may be carried out only if no passengers are on board, with the exception of substances with a flashpoint of not more than 55 ° C in containers with a capacity of up to 20 litres, and Substances with a flashpoint of more than 55 ° C.

(11) Passenger ships which have passengers on board shall not be allowed to operate in an association; this shall not apply to vehicles which are officially approved for such use.

Operation of Ferries

§ 25. (1) Ferries may only be operated between landing places approved by the ferry authority; the shortest possible route shall be observed between the landing places.

(2) The ship's guide or a person commissioned by him may not enter, leave or leave the ferry only after the ferry is securely fixed at the landing site and he is convinced that entering, driving or leaving the ferry is safe. Leaving the ferry as well as the loading and loading of goods without danger is possible. It shall ensure that the maximum permissible load and the maximum number of passengers are not exceeded and can be used to demonstrate the weight of the vehicles and of the cargo and their dimensions prior to the driveway. If necessary, the ship's guide shall have to regulate the traffic on the ferry.

(3) The ship's guide shall ensure that persons, vehicles and goods are distributed in such a way that no hazards or disabilities can occur during the journey, when entering or leaving, loading or unloading, and in the case of ship maneuvers.

(4) If, together with passengers, road vehicles are also carried, passengers shall not be allowed to enter until such vehicles are safely placed on the ferry. In the landing, passengers have to leave the ferry in front of the vehicles.

(5) Road vehicles are so slow to drive to the ferry that they can be stopped at any time. In the case of the driveway and during the crossing, only the handlebar may be in the vehicle, and the other occupants may not enter the country again after crossing the vehicle. Single-track road vehicles shall, where possible with regard to their mass, be pushed.

(6) The wheels of road vehicles must be blocked in such a way that the vehicle cannot roll or slide off.

(7) The handlebars or After the driveway, the steering wheels of motor vehicles have to turn off the engines.

(8) In the course of the crossing, passengers shall be staying within the spaces or spaces provided for them.

(9) passengers shall not be transported together with goods which could injy passengers, except for the accompanying crew of such transports.

(10) Goods must be loaded in such a way as to ensure that the safety of passengers is not compromised.

(11) Animals must be kept or loaded in such a way as to ensure that the operation of the ferry is not affected and that passengers are not at risk or are being harassed. Train animals must be stripped from the carpenter and from the carriage or from the carriage. held by the Kutscherin.

(12) During the crossing, the ascent or the ascent must be the access openings in the ferry's railing shall be closed.

(13) Only vehicles with a machine drive may be used as free-running ferries.

(14) In the case of ego rubbing, which reaches an average of three tenths of the watered width, the ferry service shall be stopped.

Storm warning

§ 26. (1) The ship's leaders shall be informed of the presence of storm warning devices and the nature of their signalling.

(2) In the event of a storm warning showing the emergence of a storm, the ship's drivers shall set up their driving behaviour in such a way as to ensure that they reach a port or a shore suitable for landing even before the risk of the risk.

Events

§ 27. (1) water sports events, water festivals and other events, in particular those which may lead to a collection of vehicles or floats or which may impede or endanger shipping, and those with such events Samples and exercises are subject to official authorization.

(2) The authorization referred to in paragraph 1 shall be granted where appropriate measures are taken to ensure the safety of navigation and of persons, the protection of the air or the waters against pollution, the protection of banks and installations, and the regulatory and regulatory framework. Protection structures, the carrying out of regulatory work or of works approved or required by water or water management and the safeguarding of the interests of nature protection and tourism, hunting and fishing are not significantly affected, any noise nuisances in the case of Non-participating reasonable limits and the establishment of a supervisory and rescue service shall be provided.

(3) Provided that the fulfilment of the conditions referred to in paragraph 2 is not affected by this, the Authority may, for events, samples and exercises in the individual case of ship-travel restrictions, which are made known by shipping signs or by means of regulations pursuant to § 16 (1) and (2) or § 17 (2) to (4) of the Shipping Act, as well as to the provisions of this Regulation concerning

1.

the obligations of the ship ' s guide, crew and other persons on board;

2.

the use of waters;

3.

Requirements for vehicles;

4.

Ship surfers;

5.

the characteristics of the vehicles;

6.

the name of the vehicles;

7.

the driving rules;

8.

the rules for the standstill;

9.

shipping operations;

10.

the behaviour of the storm warning;

11.

water-skiing and similar activities;

12.

the limitations of bathing, swimming and sports diving;

13.

the protection of the uferzone and

14.

the traffic in the port

Allow exceptions.

Acquisition of fuel (bunkers)

§ 28. (1) Vehicles may only take up fuel on shipping facilities or from bunkers with a valid permit.

(2) The connection between the bunkering vehicle and a shipping facility or a bunker boat must be designed in such a way that no charges can be exerted on the tank line during the whole bunker process.

(3) The ship's driver of the bunkering vessel shall be responsible for dividing a bunker level which is permanently present at the tank filling opening during the whole bunker operation.

(4) A safe and direct way of communication between the Bunkerwache and the Bunkexpect (person responsible for the bunker operation at the bunker station and/or the bunker station). Bunkerboot) is to be ensured. Unless there is a form of acoustic communication (e.g. B. direct speech connection, radio) is possible, hand signs are to be cancelled before the beginning of the bunker process between bunkers and bunkerwache.

(5) The bunker has to interrupt the bunker operation if the bunker wake of the bunkering vehicle leaves its location or a secure communication is no longer guaranteed.

(6) The provisions laid down in paragraphs 1 to 5 shall apply in the case of the taking over of fuel from road vehicles. During the bunker process, drip cups must be located under all flanges and hose couplings.

Marine fuels

§ 29. (1) No marine fuels must be used on vehicles whose sulphur content exceeds 0.001% by mass (10 mg/kg).

(2) Proofs of delivery for marine fuels with indication of the sulphur content (e.g. tank delivery certificates) must be kept for at least three months. This shall not apply to small vehicles, unless they are towed boats or drawers.

Equipment for sports vehicles

§ 30. On board of sports vehicles which are motor vehicles, the following minimum equipment shall be required, unless otherwise indicated in the certificate of approval:

1.

Anchor and stapling equipment:

a)

one or two anchors with a total mass M A [kg] of at least 1.5 times the length of all; on vehicles fitted with two anchors, the mass of each anchor shall be not less than 45 vH of the total mass of the anchor;

b)

either
one or two anchor chains with a length [m] of at least 0.5 times the length of all and a breaking load [kN] of at least 0.5 times the length of all and one or two anchor lines with a length [m] of at least 4 times the length above all and a breaking load [kN] of at least 0.5 times the length above all
or
one or two anchor lines having a length [m] of at least 5 times the length above all and a breaking load [kN] of at least 0.5 times the length above all;

c)

two mooring lines with a length [m] of at least 1.5 times the length above all and a breaking load [kN] of at least 0.5 times the length above all;

d)

a boat hook;

2. Fire extinguishing equipment:

a)

in the case of vehicles of a length greater than or equal to 10 m and with internal combustion engines of more than 11 kW: a portable fire extinguisher for fire classes A, B and C with a filling mass of at least two portable fire extinguishers (r) easily accessible from deck in the case of inboard engines; two kg;

b)

in the case of vehicles having a length greater than 10 metres in length, a portable fire extinguisher for fire categories A, B and C with a filling mass of not less than six kg, in the case of inboard engines, two portable fire extinguishers which are easily accessible from the deck; Fire extinguishers shall be replaced by a permanently installed extinguishing system in the engine compartment;

3.

Rescue equipment and first aid equipment:

a)

a rescue ring or equivalent individual rescuer; pillows, balls, fender or the like shall not be deemed to be equivalent;

b)

a life vest for each person on board;

c)

a first-aid equipment;

d)

an entry aid.

Notifications

§ 31. The notifications to the competent authority required by the provisions of this Chapter shall be made available to the nearest attainable security service.

Transport of dangerous goods

§ 32. (1) The transport of dangerous goods in accordance with ADN, with the exception of free quantities, with vehicles or floating bodies is prohibited.

(2) The prohibition of paragraph 1 shall not apply to the supply of vehicles or floating bodies with fuels and operating materials within the framework of a concession pursuant to Section 77 (1) Z 7 of the Maritime Law.

Chapter 2

Registration plates and draught indicators

Characteristics of vehicles, other than small vehicles

§ 33. (1) In each vehicle, except for small vehicles, the following markings shall be affixed to the hull or to permanently attached panels or signs:

1.

its name, which can also be a motto;

The name or the motto shall be affixed on both sides of the vehicle; except for the remaining thrust, it shall, or must, be fitted in such a way that it or it is visible from the rear.

2.

its official identification number;

The official identification number shall be affixed in accordance with the instructions in Z 1.

(2) In addition, with the exception of small vehicles,

1.

on each vehicle intended for the carriage of goods, the carrying capacity in tonnes on both sides of the vehicle on the hull or on permanently fixed panels;

2.

the maximum number of passengers on board shall be placed in a clearly visible position on each vehicle intended for the carriage of passengers;

(3) The above-mentioned characteristics shall be placed in legible and durable Latin characters. The height of the characters must be at least 20 cm in the case of the name, and at least 15 cm for the other marks. The width and the line thickness of the characters must correspond to the height. The characters must be in bright colour on a dark background or in a dark colour on a bright ground.

Identification of small vehicles

§ 34. (1) For small vehicles, official registration plates must be fitted; if they are not required, it must be appropriate:

1.

their name or their motto;

2.

the name and address of the owner or the owner.

(2) The official mark or mark referred to in paragraph 1 (1) 1 shall be affixed to the outside of the small vehicle in at least 10 cm high, legible and durable Latin characters. In the case of vehicles with Austrian approval, the relevant provisions of the ship-to-ship regulations apply.

(3) The name and address of the owner or the owner referred to in paragraph 1 (2) shall be placed in a clearly visible position on the inside or outside of the small vehicle.

(4) However, on the inside or outside boats of a vehicle, the name of the vehicle to which they belong shall be sufficient on the inside or outside of the vehicle and, where appropriate, any other information relating to the determination of the owner or the owner of the vehicle. of the owner.

Sunset marks and draught indicators

§ 35. (1) In all vehicles, except for small vehicles, it is necessary to have marks which indicate the level of the largest reduction.

(2) In all vehicles the draught of which can reach 1 m, except for small vehicles, a draught indicator must be affixed.

(3) The entry marks and the draught indicators referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be subject to the provisions of Articles 4.04 and 4.06 of Annex 2 of the Regulation on the Shipbuilding Industry, BGBl. II No 162/2009, as amended.

(4) If the vehicle has calibration scales which comply with the provisions of paragraph 3, these calibration scales can replace the draught indicators.

Anchor tag

§ 36. (1) The anchors of vehicles must bear permanent marks. If the anchor is located on another vehicle of the same owner or of the same owner, the original identifier can be retained.

(2) Paragraph 1 shall not apply to anchors of small vehicles.

Chapter 3

Name of vehicles

Section 1

General

Application and definitions

§ 37. (1) If the visibility conditions require, the signs prescribed for the night must also be set at daytime.

(2) The signs prescribed in this Chapter are shown in Appendix 1.

(3) This Chapter shall be considered as:

1.

" Topplicht ": a white strong light which radiates uninterrupted over a horizontal arc of 225 ° and is mounted so as to radiate from the front to both sides 22 ° 30 ' behind the transverse line;

2.

" Page lights ": a green light on the starboard and a red light on the backboard, each of which radiates continuous over a horizontal arc of 112 ° 30 'and is so fitted that it radiates from the front to 22 ° 30' behind the transverse line on its side;

3.

" Tail light ": if not otherwise prescribed, a white light or ordinary light, which radiates uninterrupted over a horizontal arc of 135 ° and is so fitted that it radiates over an arc of 67 ° 30 ' from behind to each side;

4.

" Visible light from all sides ": a light which radiates continuous over a horizontal arc of 360 °;

5.

" Height ": the height above the level of the containment marks or, in the case of vehicles without any countersunk marks, above the level of the waterline.

Lights

§ 38. Unless otherwise specified, the lights prescribed in this Regulation shall radiate uninterrupted and uniform.

Plaques, flags and whimps

§ 39. (1) Unless otherwise specified, the flags and panels prescribed in this Regulation shall be rectangular.

(2) Your colours must not be faded or polluted.

(3) Your dimensions must be so large that they are clearly visible; this condition is considered to be fulfilled.

1.

in the case of flags and plates, if their length and width are at least 1 m (for small vehicles, 0.6 m);

2.

in the case of pimping, if its length is at least 1 m and its width on one side is at least 0.5 m.

Cylinder, balls, cone and double cone

§ 40. (1) The cylinders, balls, cones and double cones prescribed in this Regulation may be replaced by facilities which have the same appearance from the distance.

(2) Your colours must not be faded or polluted.

(3) Their dimensions must be so large that they can be seen well; this condition shall be deemed to be fulfilled if their dimensions are at least equal to:

1.

for cylinders 0,80 m height and 0,50 m diameter;

2.

for balls 0,60 m in diameter;

3.

for cone 0,60 m height and 0,60 m diameter of the base;

4.

for double cone 0,80 m height and 0,50 m diameter of the base area.

(4) By way of derogation from the provisions of paragraph 3, small vehicles shall be permitted to have smaller dimensions, provided that they are so large that they can be seen well.

Forbidden Lights and Signs

§ 41. (1) It shall be prohibited to use other than the lights and signs provided for in this Regulation or to use them in circumstances for which they are not prescribed or authorised in this Regulation.

(2) Other lights and signs may, however, also be used for the understanding of vehicles between themselves and between the vehicle and the country, provided that this does not lead to confusion with the lights and signs provided for in this Regulation.

Replacement lights

§ 42. (1) If the lights prescribed in this Regulation fail, replacement lights must be immediately set. In this case, a prescribed strong light can be replaced by a bright light, and a prescribed bright light can be replaced by an ordinary light. The lights with the prescribed strength are to be put back as quickly as possible.

(2) If, in the case of a vehicle with a machine drive, the immediate setting of replacement lights is not possible, a white ordinary light which can be seen from all sides must be set instead of the replacement lights.

Forbidden use of lamps, headlights, panels, flags, etc.

§ 43. (1) It shall be prohibited to use luminaires or headlamps, as well as panels, flags and other objects in such a way that they are confused with the lights or signs provided for in this Regulation, the visibility of which is detrimental to their visibility. or their recognizability.

(2) It shall be prohibited to use luminaires or headlamps in such a way that they are blinding and thereby endanger or hinder the shipping or the traffic on land.

Section 2

Night and Tag Name

2.A designation during the journey

Designation of individually moving vehicles with machine drive as well as of thrust and coupling associations

§ 44. (1) Single-moving vehicles with machine drive, thrust and coupling associations must lead:

At night:

1.

a topping light at a height of at least 5 m on the front vessel on the longitudinal axis; this height shall be reduced to 4 m if the length of the vehicle does not exceed 40 m; in the case of associations, the topping light shall be at the forefront of the to guide the vehicle;

2.

Side lights placed at the same height in a plane perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the vehicle; they must be at least 1 m lower than the topping light and at least 1 m behind it at the widest point of the vehicle or the bandage. They must be grayed out in such a way that the green light is not visible from the bord, the red light cannot be seen by starboard;

3.

a tail light set on the rear vessel on the longitudinal axis of the vehicle; in the case of associations, the rear light shall be on the vehicle which projects furthest to the rear.

(2) A vehicle with a machine drive, which is temporarily preceded by a pre-tensioning, must keep the lights in accordance with paragraph 1.

(3) The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to small vehicles and ferries.

Name of trawls in voyage

§ 45. (1) A vehicle with a machine drive at the top of a tractor and a pre-tensioning device which drags another vehicle with a machine drive, a thrust or coupling link must lead:

At night:

1.

two topplights at a distance of about 1 m above each other on the front vessel on the longitudinal axis of the vehicle; the upper light must be at least 5 m in height, the lower light shall be at least 1 m above the side lights, if possible shall be appropriate;

2.

the side lights in accordance with section 44 (1) (2);

3.

a yellow, instead of a white rear light, on the longitudinal axis of the vehicle, at a sufficient height, that it is from the vehicle following the vehicle, from the vehicle with a machine drive, or from the thrust or coupling assembly, which the vehicle is driving ahead of as a pre-tensioning, can be seen well.

On Day:

A yellow cylinder, which is enclosed at the top and bottom, each with a black one and one white stripe each, the latter at the outer ends. The cylinder must be set vertically and vertically on the forward ship, so that it is visible from all sides.

(2) The towed vehicles in a trawl as referred to in paragraph 1 shall lead:

At night:

a white light, visible from all sides, mounted at a height of at least 5 m.

On Day:

a yellow ball at a suitable location and so high that it is visible from all sides.

If the appendix of the association contains a number of more than two vehicles coupled on the longitudinal side, the lights or the balls are to be guided only by the two outer vehicles.

The names of all hauled vehicles of an association shall be set in such a way that they are located at the same level above the water level.

(3) The vehicle or vehicles which form the last annex of a towing association shall, in addition to the name referred to in paragraph 3, lead:

At night:

the tail light in accordance with section 44 (1) Z 3.

If more than two vehicles coupled on the side form the end of the bandage, only the two outer vehicles must guide these lights. If small vehicles form the closure of the association, they shall not be taken into account in the application of this provision.

(4) When passing through the opening of a fixed or a closed movable bridge, a wall or a lock, the vehicles of a tractor may, in accordance with paragraph 1 (1) (1), (2) and (3), lower the lights in such a way as to ensure that the Passage without difficulty can be done.

(5) The provisions of this paragraph shall not apply to small vehicles which carry only small vehicles, and not to towed small vehicles.

Designation of small vehicles in voyage

§ 46. (1) Single-moving small vehicles with a machine drive must lead:

At night:

1.

a topple light; this light shall be set at least 1 m higher than the side lights on the longitudinal axis of the small vehicle and may be bright instead of strong;

2.

Side lights; these lights can usually be instead of bright and have to be set

a)

in accordance with § 44 (1) (2) or

b)

either side by side or in a single lamp at or near the bow on the longitudinal axis;

3.

the tail light in accordance with § 44 (1) Z 3; however, this light can be omitted if the topplight is after lit. a is replaced by a white light visible from all sides;

4.

If topplight and tail light are not replaced by a white light visible from all sides, the topplight may be guided at the same height or lower than the side lights by way of a difference of Z 1.

(2) Individual vehicles with a length of less than 7 metres in length, with a machine drive, shall, instead of the lights referred to in paragraph 1, lead at a suitable location and at a sufficient height a white light which can be seen from all sides.

(3) In the case of a small vehicle, a small vehicle only carries small vehicles or if it only carries it coupled on the longitudinal side, it must lead the lights in accordance with paragraph 1.

(4) In the event of a night, the small vehicles with which they are coupled must lead to a white ordinary light that can be seen from all sides. This provision shall not apply to dinghies.

(5) Small vehicles under sails must lead:

At night:

Side lights and a rear light, side lights next to each other or in a single lamp at or near the bow on the longitudinal axis of the small vehicle and the rear light on the rear vessel; these lights may be ordinary lights; or

Side lights and a rear light in a single luminaire at a suitable location in the pot or at the upper part of the mast; this light may be an ordinary light; or

a white ordinary light, visible from all sides, when it concerns small vehicles with a length of less than 7 m. In the case of the approximation of other vehicles, these small vehicles must additionally show a second white common light.

(6) In the case of small vehicles travelling neither with machine drive nor under sailing, individual vehicles must show:

At night:

a white ordinary light visible from all sides.

This light may also be kept permanently during the journey.

(7) When passing through the opening of a fixed or a closed movable bridge, a wall or a lock, the topplight may be kept at a lower level, in accordance with this paragraph, so that the passage can be carried out without difficulty.

Additional designation of vehicles in the carriage of certain dangerous goods

§ 47. Vehicles intended for the supply of vehicles or floating bodies with fuels and operating materials as part of a concession pursuant to Section 77 (1) (7) of the Maritime Law (Section 32 (2)), must be carried out in the course of a journey:

At night:

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a blue light;

On Day:

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a blue cone with the tip down,

These names must be kept at a suitable location and so high that they are visible from all sides; instead of the blue cone, a blue cone on the front and back vessel may also be kept at a height of at least 3 m. .

Name of passenger ships

§ 48. Passenger ships must lead:

At night:

-

in addition to the lights according to § 44, a green light, visible from all sides, about 1 m above the topplight.

On Day:

-

a green ball at a suitable location and so high that it is visible from all sides.

Name of floating bodies and floating installations

§ 49. Swimming bodies and floating installations must lead:

At night:

-

Bright white lights, visible from all sides, in sufficient numbers to make their outlines recognizable.

2.B designation when breast-feeding

Designation of vehicles when they are still in use

§ 50. (1) In the case of a standstill, all vehicles, except vehicles according to § 53, must lead:

At night:

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a white ordinary light, visible from all sides, at a height of at least 3 m on the water side.

Instead of this light, two white ordinary lights visible from all sides can also be set on the water side at the same level on the front and rear ship.

(2) A small vehicle, with the exception of the boats of vehicles, may, in the event of a standstill, instead of the lights prescribed at night, lead to a white ordinary light at a suitable location and so high that it is visible from all sides.

(3) The term referred to in this paragraph shall not be required if:

1.

the vehicle is in a closed-down part of the water which is temporarily not possible or prohibited from driving,

2.

the vehicle is shut down on the shore,

3.

the vehicle is shut down completely between unflooded buoys or behind a non-flooded longitudinal movement (tail unit),

4.

the vehicle is fixed on the shore or at a floating facility and is sufficiently illuminated by the shore or the floating installation,

5.

a small vehicle is fixed in a width at a floating installation; or

6.

Small vehicles in Bojenfelder or Bojenzonen are at a standstill.

Designation of stationary floating bodies and floating installations

§ 51. (1) Swimming bodies and floating installations must lead:

At night:

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White, ordinary lights, visible from all sides, in sufficient numbers to make their outlines in the running water clear.

This designation is not required for floating bodies and floating installations, which are still in a standstill under the circumstances referred to in § 50 (3).

(2) Paragraph 1 shall not apply to vehicles and floating installations situated on a landing or berth place.

Name of nets and booms of stationary vehicles and other fishing equipment

§ 52. Nets and booms of stationary vehicles, as well as fishing nets, reuses and other fishing equipment which may impede navigation, shall be accompanied by a sufficient number of yellow buoys or yellow flags in order to indicate their location, shall be designated. Similar buoyanes may be used instead of buoys.

Designation of floating equipment in operation, as well as fixed or cunted vehicles

§ 53. (1) Floating equipment in operation and stationary vehicles carrying out work, commutation or measurements shall lead to:

1.

on the site or on the pages where the journey is free,

At night:

-

two green ordinary lights or two green light lights about 1 m above each other

On Day:

-

two green double cones, about 1 m above one another,

and where appropriate

2.

on the side where the advance is not free,

At night:

-

a red ordinary light or a red bright light at the same height and of the same thickness as the upper of the two green lights guided after Z 1

On Day:

-

a red ball at the same height as the top of the two green double cones guided after Z 1,

or, if these vehicles are to be protected from wastage:

3.

on the side or sides of which the journey is free,

At night:

-

a red ordinary light and a white ordinary light or a red bright light and a white bright light, the red light about 1 m above the white,

On Day:

-

a flag whose upper half is red and whose lower half is white, or two flags above one another, the upper red and the lower white,

and where appropriate

4.

on the side where the advance is not free,

At night:

-

a red light at the same height and with the same intensity as the red light guided after Z 3,

On Day:

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a red flag at the same height as the red-white flag or the red flag on the other side.

(2) The tag name referred to in paragraph 1 (1) and (2) may be replaced by the following:

1.

on the site (s) on which the passage is free, the sign E.1 "permit of transit" (Annex 3)

and where appropriate

2.

on the page at which the route is not free, the Table A.1 "Prohibition of transit" (Appendix 3) at the same level as the Table sign after Z 1.

(3) The term referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be so high that it shall be visible from all sides.

The flags may be replaced by plates of the same colour.

(4) Fixed or sunken vehicles must be designated as referred to in points (1) (3) and (4) of the first paragraph. If the location of a sunken vehicle does not allow the affixing of the characters on it, they must be placed on boats, buoys or in other ways. The name may be omitted if the situation of the vehicle is likely to prevent the shipping or other users of the water from being exposed to the ship.

(5) The competent authority may exempt from the guidance of the lights referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, in each case Z 1 and 2.

Designation of anchors, which may endanger shipping

§ 54. (1) Where, in the cases of § § 50 and 51 at night, the anchors of vehicles, floating bodies and floating installations are so ejected that they, their cruises or chains may endanger shipping, the light closest to that anchor must be provided by Two white, common lights visible from all sides are replaced. These must be placed one above the other at a distance of about 1 m.

(2) The vehicles, floating bodies and floating installations shall designate each of their anchors, which may endanger the shipping industry, by:

At night:

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a Döpper with a white, common light visible from all sides.

On Day:

-

a yellow dipper.

(3) When cable or anchor chains of floating devices are likely to endanger shipping, they must be identified by:

At night:

-

a Döpper with a white, common light visible from all sides.

On Day:

-

a yellow dipper.

Section 3

Special characters

Additional designation of the vehicles of the public safety service and of the fire-extinguishing boats and vehicles for rescue purposes

§ 55. (1) If it requires the performance of the service, vehicles of the public security service shall be allowed to:

At night and day:

-

A blue ordinary from all sides visible sparkle light.

(2) Vehicles of the fire brigade in use and vehicles of the water rescue in use shall be allowed to lead:

At night and day:

-

A red bright or ordinary from all sides visible sparkle light.

Additional designation of vehicles carrying out work in the aquatic environment

§ 56. Vehicles running in the aquatic environment may, in addition to the name prescribed in accordance with other provisions of this Regulation, carry out operations, phrases or measurements:

At night and day:

-

A yellow ordinary from all sides visible sparkle light.

This designation may only lead to vehicles with a written permission from the competent authority.

Additional designation for protection against wave impact

§ 57. (1) Vehicles, floating bodies and floating installations, other than those referred to in § 53, which are intended to be protected against waves of passing vehicles or floating bodies, shall be allowed to be protected in addition to the vehicles referred to in in accordance with the other provisions of this Regulation:

at night:

-

a red ordinary and a white ordinary light or a red light and a white bright light, the red light about 1 m above the white, at a place where both can be well seen and not confused with other lights;

by day:

-

a flag, the upper half of which is red and the lower half of which is white, at a suitable place and so high that it is visible from all sides. The flag can be superposed by two flags, the upper red, the lower white, the lower white. The flags can be replaced by panels of the same colour.

(2) The term referred to in paragraph 1 may only result in:

1.

vehicles, floating bodies and floating installations which are seriously damaged or which are involved in rescue operations, as well as vehicles that are not capable of manoeuvring;

2.

Vehicles, floating bodies and floating installations with the written permission of the competent authority.

The provisions of § 53 shall remain unaffected.

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§ 58. (1) A vehicle in distress that wants to call for help can show:

1.

a flag or any other appropriate item which is swung in a circle;

2.

a light that is swung in a circle;

3.

a flag above or under a ball or a ball-like object;

4.

rockets or light bullets with red stars in short interspaces;

5.

a light sign composed of the morse signs ... --- ... (SOS);

6.

a flame signal by burning tar, oil or the like;

7.

red parachute light rockets or red hand torches;

8.

slow and repetitive lifting and lowering of the laterally outstretched arms.

(2) These signs shall replace or supplement the sound signs in accordance with § 67.

Ban on entering the vehicle

§ 59. (1) In so far as it is prohibited by applicable regulations to enter the vehicle on board non-professional persons, this prohibition shall be indicated by:

-

round white panels with red edge, red slash and a black symbol of a repellant hand.

The panels shall be placed on board or on the catwalk, as required. By way of derogation from Section 39 (3), its diameter shall be approximately 0.60 m.

(2) The panels shall, if necessary, be illuminated in such a way that they are clearly visible at night.

Prohibition to smoke on board and use open light or fire

§ 60. (1) Insofar as it is prohibited, on board

1.

to smoke

2.

to use open light or fire,

This prohibition must be indicated by:

-

Round white panels with a red edge and a red slash, on which a burning match is depicted.

The panels shall be placed on board or on the catwalk, as required. By way of derogation from Section 39 (3), its diameter shall be approximately 0.60 m.

(2) The panels shall, if necessary, be illuminated in such a way that they are clearly visible at night on both sides of the vehicle.

Additional designation of the vehicles from which it will be fished

§ 61. (1) Vehicles approved for the commercial exercise of a fishing rights may, in addition to the name of the catch, lead to the designation in accordance with Section 46:

At night:

-

a white ordinary light, visible from all sides, above the topplight pursuant to § 46 (1) (1) (1) and (1) (1) the light in accordance with section 46 (2).

On Day:

-

a white ball at least 1 m above the hull.

(2) Vehicles, from which the towing is fished, must have a white flag.

Additional designation of vehicles in the use of divers

§ 62. (1) Vehicles used for the use of divers must, in addition to their designation, result in the following provisions of this Regulation:

-

at least 1 m, in the case of small vehicles at least 0.6 m, high rigidity of the letter signal "A" of the International Signal Book (double stander, one half of which is white and the other is blue) at a suitable point and so high that it can be used for Day and at night visible from all sides.

(2) The term referred to in paragraph 1 shall not be required for vehicles of the fire brigade and for vehicles of water rescue if they lead the red sparkle according to § 55 para. 2.

Chapter 4

Sound signs and speech radio

General

§ 63. (1) Where other sound signs are provided for in this Regulation or in other applicable provisions, they shall be given as follows:

1.

on vehicles with a machine drive, except for certain small vehicles which do not have a radar system, by means of mechanically operated sound equipment, which are sufficiently high to allow the sound to move forward and, if possible, to the rear as well as possible ; the sound signals produced by these sound equipment must comply with the provisions of Annex 2, Section I;

2.

in the case of vehicles without a machine drive and on small vehicles with a machine drive which do not have a mechanically operated sound device, by means of a suitable horn or a suitable horn; these signs must be subject to the provisions of the Appendix 2, Section I, Z 1 lit. b and Z 2 lit. b correspond.

(2) In the case of an association, the prescribed sound signals shall be given only by the vehicle on which the ship ' s guide is located. This shall apply only to the extent that nothing is expressly determined.

(3) A group of bell-blows must take about four seconds. It can be replaced by repeated beating of metal on metal of the same duration.

Use of the sound signals

§ 64. (1) Each vehicle, except for small vehicles as referred to in paragraph 2, shall, if necessary, give the signs in accordance with Annex 2, Section III of this Regulation.

(2) Single-moving small vehicles or small vehicles which only carry small vehicles or carry them together on the longitudinal side may, if necessary, give the general signs in accordance with Annex 2, Section III, Title A.

Sound signs of ports and berths

§ 65. In the case of restricted visibility, the following sound signals may be given from ports and berths:

1.

two short notes, three times a minute, or

2.

Persistent leaned with a bell.

Forbidden Sound

§ 66. (1) It shall be prohibited to use other than the sound signs provided for in this Regulation or to use them in circumstances for which they are not prescribed or authorised by this Regulation.

(2) In order to communicate the vehicle to the vehicle and between the vehicle and the country, other sound signals may also be used, provided that this does not lead to confusion with the sound signals provided for in this Regulation.

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§ 67. (1) A vehicle that wants to call for help by means of a sound signal can either ring with the bell or repeatedly emit long tones.

(2) These acoustic signs shall replace or supplement the visual signs in accordance with § 58.

Voice Radio

§ 68. If the vehicle is voluntarily carried on board of vehicles, the relevant telecommunications regulations must be complied with in this respect.

Chapter 5

Shipping signs and designation of waters

Shipping signs

§ 69. (1) Annex 3 to this Regulation lays down the shipping signs of prohibitions, bids, restrictions, recommendations and indications, and the additional signs provided by the competent authority to ensure the safety and proper functioning of the Shipping (lightness). At the same time, the meaning of these characters is given there.

(2) The crew shall comply with the instructions and shall respect the recommendations and notices given to it by the signs referred to in paragraph 1 on the waters or on their shores. Other provisions of this Regulation as well as of other applicable provisions, including special instructions in individual cases according to § 20 shall remain unaffected.

(3) If shipping signs are set up in such a way that they are visible only in a particular direction of traffic, the regulations made known by them shall apply only in this direction.

Designation of port entry and berth

§ 70. (1) The entry of public harbours at night and limited visibility shall be designated by a green light on the right whey head and a red light on the left whey head, each seen from the entering vehicle. In addition, a yellow control light may be applied.

(2) Loungers for passenger ships outside the ports shall be designated by a red and a green light set at night and in restricted visibility during the operating hours. In addition, a yellow control light may be applied.

(3) Other ports and berths may be designated with the consent of the authority referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2.

(4) The visibility of the control light must be approximately 1 km in the dark night with clear air, and the other light shall be approximately 3 km.

(5) The lights referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, with the exception of the yellow control light, may also be sparkelier.

Designation of hazardous sites and zones dedicated to special purposes

§ 71. (1) In accordance with the conditions laid down in Annex 4, Section I, to mark the boundary conditions indicated in Appendix 4, Section I, to indicate a red cone at the top (Annex 4, Section II, Z 1).

(2) Start-up and landing lanes for water sports are marked with yellow buoys. The buoys, which mark the waterside end of a runway, must have a diameter of 20 cm larger than the rest of the buoys. The operation of runoff and landing lanes shall be indicated by a yellow ball of at least 1 m in diameter at the end of the land at a height of at least 3 m (Appendix 4, Section III, Z 1).

(3) zones reserved for swimming and swimming are to be marked with yellow buoys (Appendix 4, Section III, Z 2).

(4) Sparkling water surfaces shall be marked on the shore by means of navigation signs A.1 in accordance with Appendix 3 with additional signs (Appendix 3, Section II, Z 2). The name may be supplemented by yellow buoys (Appendix 4, Section III, Z 3).

(5) If the minimum distance required for bathing, swimming and diving in accordance with § 100 is to be exceeded in the area of port entry, transhipment facilities, landing points for passenger ships and ferries and shipyards, the ufer-side shall be To mark the limitation of the access area with red buoys (Appendix 4, Section III, Z 4).

(6) The number and location of buoys in accordance with para. 2 to 5 shall be chosen in such a way as to limit the zones or zones. In this way, areas are sufficiently identified.

6. Chapter

Driving Rules

Section 1

General

Definitions

§ 72. For the purposes of this Chapter:

1.

" Encounter ": if two vehicles drive directly opposite or almost opposite courses;

2.

" Overtaking ": when a vehicle (overhauling) approaches another vehicle (ahead) at an angle of more than 22.5 ° behind the transverse line of the latter and passes it past;

3.

" Cross ": if two vehicles are different in each other than in the lit. (a) and (b).

General rules of conduct

§ 73. The skipper shall clearly identify any maneuver required when the driving rules are applied, and shall carry out the manoeuvre in good time.

Speed

§ 74. The skipper shall set up the driving speed in such a way as to be able at any time to meet its obligations on the market; however, a speed of 50 km/h per day and 25 km/h at night must not be exceeded.

Small vehicles: general rules

§ 75. (1) In this chapter, the term "small vehicles" means individually moving small vehicles as well as associations which consist exclusively of small vehicles.

(2) If provisions of this chapter provide that a driving rule does not apply to small vehicles in relation to other vehicles, these small vehicles must leave all other vehicles, the space necessary for their course and for manoeuvring. You can't ask them to dodge them.

Section 2

Encounter, crosses and overtake

General principles

§ 76. (1) The encounter or overtaking shall only be permitted if the water provides sufficient space for the journey, taking into account all local circumstances and the rest of the traffic.

(2) Vehicles or bodies whose courses exclude any risk of collision shall not change their course or speed in such a way as to create the risk of a collision.

(3) If the ship's guide detects the risk of a collision, it must give "a sequence of very short notes".

Cross

§ 77. (1) If the courses of two vehicles are crossed in such a way that there is a risk of collision, the vehicle which has the other vehicle on the starboard must avoid it and, if circumstances permit, a cross of the course in front of that vehicle. avoid. However, the vehicle that has the edge of the water on its starboard side and follows it must keep the course. This does not apply to small vehicles in respect of vehicles which are not small vehicles.

(2) Paragraph 1 shall not apply in the cases of § § 82 (turning) and 83 (entrance and exit from secondary waters; berths).

(3) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the courses of two small-scale vehicles of different types of propulsion shall be crossed in such a way that there is a risk of a collision.

1.

Small vehicles with machine drive for all other small vehicles and

2.

Small vehicles without machine drive, which do not sail under sails, the small vehicles running under sail

.

However, a small vehicle which has the edge of the water on its starboard side and follows it must maintain its course; this does not apply to small vehicles compared to vehicles which are not small vehicles.

(4) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, if the courses of two vehicles sailing under the sailing conditions are such that the risk of a collision exists, they must avoid one another as follows:

1.

if the vehicles do not have the wind from the same side, the vehicle that has the wind from the backboard must yield to the other;

2.

if the vehicles have the wind from the same side, the luvist must yield to the leesside vehicle;

3.

if a vehicle that has the wind from the backboard is sighted by another vehicle in Luv and cannot determine with certainty whether this other vehicle has the wind of the port or of the starboard, it has to depart from the other;

However, a vehicle that has the edge of the water on its starboard side and follows it has to maintain its course.

Encounter

§ 78. If two vehicles meet each other in such a way that there is a risk of collision, each vehicle must escape to the starboard so that they pass each other on the side of the back of the bord.

(2) In the case of flowing waters, mountain drivers must, in the event of encounter, leave a suitable way for the cyclists, taking account of local circumstances and for the rest of the traffic.

(3) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the skipper may, in exceptional cases, require that the pre-accession tax board be made to starboard if it has been satisfied that this is possible without danger. In this case, two short notes are to be given. The oncoming vehicle also has two short notes to give and to leave the necessary space on starboard.

(4) Z 1 to 3 shall not apply to small vehicles in respect of vehicles which are not small vehicles, and not for the encounter of small vehicles with one another.

(5) If two small vehicles face each other and the risk of a collision could exist, each vehicle must depart to the starboard to move past the back side of the other.

Encounter in tight drivings

§ 79. (1) In the case of constripation, in particular in the immediate vicinity of bridges or under these, the encounter and overtaking is only permitted if the running water provides sufficient space for simultaneous passage. If it requires the safety of transport, the approach to a bridge is to be announced in time by a long tone.

(2) In the event of encounter on flowing waters, in particular in the area of bridges, the space for the driverless journey does not take place, the vehicle travelling to the mountain will have to wait below the constride of the vehicle driving to the valley. If the encounter is unavoidable at a constride, the skipper must take all possible measures to ensure that the meeting takes place in one place and under conditions that close the risk as little as possible.

Counter-forbidden by shipping signs

§ 80. (1) On the approximation of routes marked by A.4 (Appendix 3), the following shall apply:

1.

in flowing waters, mountain riders must stop at the time of the rapprochement of seamen, until the cyclists have gone through the waterways;

2.

in other waters, the relevant provisions of § 79 apply.

(2) Where the competent authorities, on a particular route, exclude the situation by allowing them to pass through only in one direction,

1.

the prohibition of transit through a general prohibition sign A.1 (Appendix 3),

2.

permission to pass through a general transit sign E.1 (Appendix 3)

is displayed.

Overtaking: General provisions

§ 81. (1) The overtaking is only permitted after the overhaul has verified that this maneuver can be carried out without danger.

(2) The vehicle travelling in front shall facilitate the overhaul, as far as is necessary and possible. If necessary, it must reduce its speed so that the overtaking manoeuvre can be carried out safely and so quickly that the rest of the traffic is not impeded.

This does not apply if a small vehicle overtakes a vehicle that is not a small vehicle.

(3) In principle, the overtaking vehicle must pass by the backboard of the vehicle ahead. If the running water is sufficiently wide, the overtaking vehicle can also overtake the vehicle ahead on the starboard.

(4) In the case of overtaking two vehicles sailing under sail, the overtaking vehicle must, in principle, drive past the side from which the vehicle ahead has the wind.

Section 3

More rules for driving

Apply

§ 82. (1) Vehicles may only apply after they have verified that the rest of the traffic permits this without danger and that other vehicles are not forced to change their course or speed without delay.

(2) On routes marked by the prohibition sign A.8 (Appendix 3), the turning shall be prohibited. However, if routes are marked by the sign E.8 (Appendix 3), it is recommended that the ship's guide be used there, and this paragraph should be taken into account.

Entrance to and exit from ports and secondary waters; moorings

§ 83. (1) Vehicles or Swimming bodies may only enter or leave a port or a side-of-water body if this is not the case, without endangering or obstructing other vehicles or vehicles. Floating body can be carried out.

(2) Vehicles travelling from a port or a subsidiary water shall take precedence over those entering the vehicle. You have to announce the extension in good time beforehand by submitting a long tone; this can be waited if there is no danger of danger to other vehicles.

(3) Passenger ships carrying the green ball and vehicles which have to seek protection in the harbor in the event of distress or in the event of a stormy wind or high waves shall have vehicles in front of all other vehicles, excluding vehicles in accordance with Article 94 (1) (1) (1) and (2) (public). security service or Fire brigade or water rescue in use), as a priority, if they announce the entry in time beforehand by submitting three long tones. In the event of a meeting of passenger ships carrying the green ball, the end of the journey is a priority.

(4) Vehicles or Floating bodies that do not wish to enter the port shall not be allowed to stay in the area required for the entry or exit before the port entrance.

(5) Vehicles and floating bodies shall keep the areas of the landing places regularly used by the passenger ships and, in the vicinity of these landing sites, the normal course of passenger ships.

Driving on the same level and banning the approach to vehicles

§ 84. (1) Vehicles shall be allowed to travel at the same level only where the available space is permitted without any disturbance or danger to shipping.

(2) The application or attachment to a vehicle or a swimming body in the course of a ride as well as the driving in the sogwater without the express permission of the ship's guide are prohibited. § 21 (supervision) shall remain unaffected.

(3) Watersheer or -drivers and persons performing water sports without a vehicle must keep a sufficient distance from vehicles and floating bodies in operation and from floating equipment in operation.

Prohibition of the looping of anchors, trosses or chains

§ 85. (1) It is forbidden to grind anchors, trosses or chains.

(2) This prohibition shall not apply to small movements on berths and not to maneuvering; however, it shall apply to such movements and to manoeuvring on routes marked by the prohibition sign A.6 (Appendix 3) in accordance with Section 104 (1) (2) (2) of the Treaty. .

(3) The prohibition in accordance with paragraph 1 shall not apply to routes which are marked in accordance with Section 104 (2) by the notice mark E.6 (Appendix 3).

Avoidance of wave impact

§ 86. (1) Vehicles shall set up their speed in such a way as to avoid wastage or sogeffects which may cause damage to the vehicles or to installations which are in or out of service or in driving. In particular, they must reduce their speed in good time, but not to the extent necessary to ensure their safe control:

1.

in front of port estuaries;

2.

in the vicinity of vehicles which are fixed on the shore or on runback, or which are loaded or erasable;

3.

in the vicinity of vehicles which are resting on the usual recumbering sites;

4.

close to non-free ferries;

5.

on routes designated by the competent authorities; these routes may be marked by a Table mark A.9 (Appendix 3).

(2) Subject to the provisions of § 6 (General due diligence), the obligation to avoid excessive wavefuls and excessive suction effect shall not apply to floating installations which are not ferry facilities.

(3) In respect of small vehicles, the obligation under Section 1 (1) (2) and (3) does not exist; § 6 shall remain unaffected.

(4) In the case of vehicles carrying the signals in accordance with Article 53 (1) Z 3, or in the case of vehicles, floating bodies or floating installations carrying the signals in accordance with Article 57 (1), other vehicles must speed up their speed, as in the case of vehicles. Z 1 shall be reduced. In addition, they must be kept as far apart as possible.

(5) At the request of the the person entitled to dispose of a vehicle may, because of his condition or use of a special protection against excessive wawling or excessive sogating, be able to use a vehicle (e. g. (b) Diving work, drilling in the outsole), permission to carry the signs in accordance with § 57 granted; this permission shall be carried on board when the protection is used.

Associations

§ 87. (1) Vehicles with a machine drive that move an association must have sufficient drive power to ensure the good maneuverability of the association.

(2) Sliding vehicles from thrust collarers must be able to hold the dressing in good time and be able to keep it easily maneuverable. This must be possible without turning up on flow waters.

(3) Vehicles with a machine drive may not be used for towing, pushing or moving a coupling association, except for the rescue or assistance for a vehicle in distress, if such use is not in the ship ' s certificate is allowed. Vehicles with a machine drive which drag, slide or couple other vehicles, shall not leave them when they are fixed or anchorage, before the running water is released and the leader of the association shall have verified that they are are in safety.

(4) Drawers should not be dragged.

(5) Vehicles with rowing equipment, other than for catching up, may be carried in associations only in such a way that their bow points to the top of the association.

(6) The use of thrust and coupling associations, which contain more than one vehicle with a machine drive in accordance with Article 3 (1) Z 2, is only permissible if the vehicles with a machine drive are expressly approved for this purpose.

Passing on floating equipment in operation, on fixed or sunken vehicles and on vehicles carrying certain dangerous goods

§ 88. (1) It shall be prohibited to pass on to the vehicles referred to in § 53 the red light or red lights according to § 53 (1) Z 2 and 4 or the blackboard with the sign A.1 (Appendix 3), the red ball or the red flag in accordance with section 53 (3) (2). 1 Z 2 and 4.

(2) A minimum distance of 50 m shall be maintained in the case of vehicles leading to the blue light or the blue cone in accordance with § 47. If this is not possible due to the local conditions, the greatest possible distance must be maintained.

Section 4

Ferries

Rules for ferries

§ 89. (1) Ferries may only cross the waters if they have been satisfied that the rest of the traffic permits a safe crossing and other vehicles are not forced to change their course or their speed immediately.

(2) In addition, the following applies to non-free-running ferries:

1.

as long as a ferry is not in operation, it shall take the berth assigned to it by the competent authority; if it is not allocated a berth, it shall be so free that the water remains free;

2.

if the longitudinal cable of a ferry is able to block the water, the ferry on the side of the water which is opposite to the anchorage of the rope shall be stopped only for as long as is strictly necessary for loading and loading; during this period of time, Approaching vehicles from the ferry can demand the release of the running water by giving "a long sound" in good time.

3.

the ferry must no longer be in the running water when the operation requires it.

Section 5

Passing through bridges

Driving through bridges: General

§ 90. (1) If the running water is not sufficiently wide in a bridge opening for the simultaneous passage, § 79 shall apply.

(2) When passing through a bridge opening, this opening is marked by:

1.

the Table symbol A.10 (Appendix 3), shipping is prohibited outside the space delimited by the two tables of this sign;

2.

the Table sign D.2 (Appendix 3), the shipping is recommended to be held in the space bounded by the two panels or lights of this sign.

Passing solid bridges

§ 91. (1) Where certain openings of fixed bridges are marked by one or more red light or red-white-red panels (A.1-Appendix 3), the passage of these openings is prohibited.

(2) Certain openings of fixed bridges are identified by:

1.

the table character D.1a (Appendix 3) or

2.

the table symbol D.1b (Appendix 3),

that is attached above the bridge opening is recommended, preferably to use these openings.

If the opening after Z 1 is marked, the passage in both directions is permitted.

If it is marked after Z 2, the passage in the opposite direction is prohibited; in this case, the opening on the other side is marked by the prohibition sign A.1 (Appendix 3).

(3) If certain openings of fixed bridges are identified in accordance with paragraph 2, the navigation of the unmarked openings can only be used at their own risk.

6.

Restricted visibility

General rules for driving in restricted visibility conditions; use of radar

§ 92. (1) In the case of the guidance of a vehicle, radar may be used as a navigation aid if the person at the radar device is familiar with the operation of the device as well as the evaluation of the radar image.

(2) In the case of restricted visibility, vehicles which do not give the sound signs prescribed in accordance with § 93 or which cannot lead the lights prescribed in accordance with § 37 (1) shall not be allowed to leave the vehicle. If they are found in the waters of restricted visibility, they must visit a port or the vicinity of the shore as soon as possible.

(3) Vehicles in driving must be at a safe speed with regard to limited visibility, with regard to restricted visibility, presence and movement of other vehicles and local circumstances. Except for passenger ships, the radar shall be used as a navigational aid. In the case of other vehicles, an outfit shall be established if necessary; the equipment must be in sight or reach of the ship ' s guide, or be connected to it by means of a voice connection.

(4) In the event of limited visibility, the water shall be free as far as possible.

(5) Sports vehicles with a length of less than 20 m shall immediately be able to visit the next safe berth in restricted visibility.

Sound signs during travel with limited visibility

§ 93. (1) In case of limited visibility, each vehicle must have a long tone as a fog sign. Vehicles which cannot give this sound sign (section 92 (2)) must be able to be noticed in other ways when vehicles are approaching.

(2) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, passenger ships carrying the green ball or the green light in accordance with § 48 shall have two long tones during the journey at limited visibility as a fog sign.

(3) The sound signs referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be repeated at intervals of not more than one minute.

(4) Vehicles that use radar as a navigational aid may waive the emission of the sound signals if radar observation ensures that the risk of collision with other vehicles is excluded.

Section 7

Special Rules

Fallback

§ 94. (1) In the case of crossing, meeting and overtaking, the following order of precedence shall apply to the evathing:

1.

vehicles of the public security service, if they show the blue sparkle according to Article 55 (1);

2.

vehicles of the fire brigade or the water rescue, if they show the red sparkle according to § 55 para. 2;

3.

passenger ships carrying the green ball or the green light in accordance with section 48, and vehicles which are difficult to move;

4.

vehicles registered for the commercial exercise of a fishing law if they lead the white ball or the white light pursuant to Article 61 (1);

5.

Other vehicles in accordance with the general avoidance rules in accordance with § § 76 to 81 (crossing, meeting, overtaking);

6.

Float

(2) The respective vehicles or Swimming bodies must all be placed in the order of precedence over the vehicles standing above them, or Avoid floating bodies.

(3) The provisions of § § 76 to 81 shall apply mutaly to each other for floating bodies.

Yielding Behavior

§ 95. Evasive vehicles or floating bodies must leave the other vehicles or floating bodies the space necessary for their course and for manoeuvring.

Waterskiing and similar activities

§ 96. (1) The provisions of this paragraph shall apply to waterskiing and similar activities in which one or more persons are towed by a vehicle.

(2) Water-skiing or the exercise of similar activities is only permitted by day and clear view.

(3) The vessel driver of the vehicle, which is the watersheer or pulls the water-shipper, must be accompanied by a person responsible for the towing process and for the supervision of the towed person, and is able to carry out this task. The accompanying person must be the 14. They have completed their life year and may be suitable for this task. In addition to the accompanying person and the ship's guide, only persons who are involved in the exercise of the exercise may be on board.

(4) The use of unmanned, mechanically driven towing equipment and the towing of land are prohibited.

(5) If they do not drive in an area reserved exclusively for them, moving vehicles and water skier or -drivers are at a distance of at least 20 m to other vehicles, to the shore and to bathers.

(6) The tow rope shall be capable of swimming and shall not be elastic.

(7) The tow rope must not be dragged empty.

(8) The simultaneous towing of more than two watersheers, or -drivers by a vehicle is prohibited..

(9) When sluggish vehicles encounter or overtake other vehicles, they must be kept in the keel water of their vehicle.

(10) During the exercise of the sport, towed persons must wear a life vest or a swimsuit.

(11) The exercise of the trawling sport is prohibited:

1.

in the area of public ports,

2.

in the passage openings of bridges recommended or prescribed for navigation, if they have a width less than 100 m,

3.

in waterways,

4.

in the working area of floating devices.

(12) In private ports, the exercise of the trawl is permitted only with the consent of the port administration.

(13) In the uferzone, water-skiing, driving with similar equipment and the towing of missiles (flight dragons, dragon parachutes and similar equipment), except in the areas available by the Authority (§ 71 para. 2-Start-up and Landegassen for water sports), forbidden.

Behaviour towards passenger ships

§ 97. All other vehicles must comply with a distance of at least 50 metres in relation to passenger ships carrying the green ball or the green light in accordance with section 48. In so far as the local conditions do not allow this, the greatest possible distance is to be observed.

Behaviour of the vehicles from which it is being fished and against vehicles from which it is fished

§ 98. (1) The trawling with a number of vehicles is prohibited.

(2) The installation of fishing equipment on designated berths shall be prohibited.

(3) All other vehicles must comply with a distance of at least 50 metres in relation to vehicles from which it is being fished, if these are the signs in accordance with § 61. In so far as the local conditions do not allow this, the greatest possible distance is to be observed.

(4) The courses of passenger ships on scheduled services and in the area required for entry or exit from port entrances and berths, as well as in the rivers of rivers, shall be subject to fishing nets, reuses and other fishing equipment only in such a way that it will not impede shipping.

Behaviour of divers and divers

§ 99. (1) Diving shall be prohibited in places where shipping could be hampered, in particular:

1.

on the usual line of passenger ships on scheduled services and on ferries;

2.

in front of and in port entrance;

3.

in the vicinity and in the area of berths,

4.

in areas reserved for waterskiing or similar activities;

5.

in ports.

For the maintenance and maintenance of water structures or similar works, the competent authority may give permission for diving in these areas.

(2) All other vehicles must comply with vehicles which comply with the signs in accordance with § 62 at a distance of at least 50 m. In so far as the local conditions do not allow this, the greatest possible distance is to be observed. This also applies to vehicles which carry the red sparkle according to Article 55 (2).

Limitation of bathing, swimming and sports diving

§ 100. (1) Swimming, swimming and sports diving are prohibited

1.

within a radius of 100 metres for port entrance, transhipment facilities, landing points for passenger ships and ferries, and shipyards,

2.

in the working area of floating devices.

This shall not apply to bathing and swimming at public bathing areas with suitable supervisors and outside the access areas to installations according to Z 1, if these are marked in accordance with § 71 (5).

(2) Persons who are swimming, swimming or diving must behave in such a way that vehicles in driving do not have to change their course or reduce their speed; in particular, it is prohibited to:

1.

to swim in the course of vehicles in the course of the journey,

2.

closer than 30 m to the passing vehicles.

(3) Persons who are swimming, swimming or diving are prohibited from travelling to vehicles on the road or on stationary vehicles or vehicles. to attach to their mooring facilities, to climb them or to enter them, to approach them with sports equipment, or to dive among them.

Rafting

§ 101. (1) Driving with inflatable rowing vehicles (rafts) on rivers with high flow velocity (wild water) is only permitted in the day and clear view.

(2) All persons on board a rafting must carry a wet train, shoes, a swim vest and a helmet during the ride.

Uferzones

§ 102. (1) Motor vehicles may be used on lakes, other than on or off or on the shore, not closer than 200 m to the shore or to a reed belt upstream of the shore (shore zone). With the exception of the passenger ships carrying the green ball or the green light in accordance with § 48, they must take the shortest route in the process and must not drive faster than 10 km/h. When the uferous zones are in contact or overlap, only in the centre of the body of the water and not more than 25 km/h shall be taken; to the extent that such depths do not allow this, the distance from the shore shall be kept as far as possible in the circumstances.

(2) (1) shall not apply to motor vehicles equipped solely with electric machine drive with a drive power of less than 500 W and, with the exception of the speed limitation, not for vehicles intended for use in vehicles, The commercial exercise of a fishing rights shall be permitted and shall result in the white ball or the white light pursuant to Article 61 (1), as well as for vehicles of the water management and the water-based service.

(3) In the take-off and landing lanes (§ 71) intended for water sports, the speed shall be governed by the provisions of section 74.

(4) Stocks of aquatic plants, such as reeds, Binsen or Seerosen, may not be floated.

Chapter 7

Standstill rules

General rules for breastfeeding

§ 103. (1) Vehicles and swimming bodies must choose their berth as close to the shore as their draught and local conditions permit. They must not hinder shipping

(2) The berth for a floating facility shall be chosen in such a way as to leave the waterway free for shipping. Conditions shall remain unaffected by the competent authorities on a case-by-case basis.

(3) Stationary Vehicles, Associations, Swimming bodies and floating installations must be sufficiently safely anchored or established to be able to follow the fluctuations in water level, pose no danger, and do not take the rest of the shipping industry. . The flow, wind, sog and wave impact must be taken into account.

(4) No piles may be taken in the waters for the safety of stationary vehicles.

(5) Outside ports, other shipping facilities and berths, vehicles and swimming pools shall not be allowed to remain silent for more than 48 hours; this shall not apply to floating equipment at work.

(6) The place for the style must be chosen in such a way that the shipping is not impeded. The stylistic range in waterways and in the area of bridges is prohibited.

(7) Vehicles and swimming pools as well as floating installations shall not be shut down:

1.

in the areas of the water for which there is a general ban on breastfeeding;

2.

on routes notified by the competent authorities;

3.

on lines marked by Table A.5 (Appendix 3), on the section of the river on which the Table sign is located;

4.

under bridges and high-voltage power lines;

5.

in the area of waterways within the meaning of § 79 and in the range of routes which would be restricted by the standstill to the waterways;

6.

on entrants and departures from secondary waters and ports;

7.

in the line of passenger ships on scheduled services and on ferries;

8.

in the course, use the vehicles when they are placed at berths and when they are laid down;

9.

at turning points, marked by the table sign E.8 (Appendix 3).

(8) In areas where the standstill is prohibited pursuant to paragraph 7 (1) (1) to (4), vehicles and floating bodies and floating installations may only be used on recumbering sites marked by one of the plates E.5 to E.7 (Appendix 3), and only on the reclining points. under the conditions laid down in § § 104 and 105 below.

(9) By way of derogation from paragraphs 7 and 8, vehicles may, in order to be loaded or deleted, enter or disembark passengers, supply themselves with fuels, operating materials and food, and all other measures necessary for the continuation of the journey. , outside of harbours only in public lands or private land, while complying with the provisions adopted for the country (dedication, berth order) land. Landing in other places is only permitted on a case-by-case basis with the consent of the competent authority. The consent shall be refused if the conditions of § 16 (1) (1) (1) to (10) of the Shipping Act have not been sufficiently taken into account. In case of emergency, the ship's guide has to report the landing immediately to the next attainable security service.

Anchor

§ 104. (1) Vehicles and floats as well as floating installations shall not be allowed to anchor:

1.

in the area of water, for which there is a general ban on the anchor;

2.

on the sections of the river which are marked by Table A.6 (Appendix 3) and only on the side of a flowing body of water on which the sign of the table is located.

(2). In the areas on which the anchorage in accordance with paragraph 1 (1) (1) (1) is prohibited, vehicles and floating bodies and floating installations shall be allowed to anchor only on the sections of the river which are marked by the E.6 (Appendix 3) sign and only on the side of a flowing body of water on which the tabular symbol stands.

Commit

§ 105. (1) Vehicles and swimming pools as well as floating installations shall not be fixed on the shore:

1.

on the sections of the shores for which there is a general ban on festivities;

2.

on the shores of the river marked by the A.7 (Appendix 3), and only on the side of a flowing body of water on which the sign of the table is standing.

(2) In the sections on which the celebration on the shore of paragraph 1 (1) (1) (1) is prohibited, vehicles and floating bodies and floating installations may be fixed only on the routes marked by Table sign E.7 (Appendix 3), and only on the routes marked by Table 1 (Annex 3). on the side of a flowing body of water on which the sign stands.

(4) Anchors, countersunk baskets and similar objects shall not be placed on the shore for celebration, except in the event of an emergency.

(5) Except in the event of an emergency or assistance, other persons other than the ship ' s crew shall be prohibited from dissolving or lifting the anchorage facilities of stationary vehicles or floating bodies. The provisions of § 119 shall remain unaffected.

Berths for certain types of vehicles

§ 106. Only the types of vehicles for which the symbol is valid may be set aside on recumbering sites marked by one of E.5.9 or E.5.13 (Appendix 3), respectively.

Wache and supervision

§ 107. (1) On board vehicles which are in a standstill in the running water, an operational guard must be permanently in place, including vehicles which are leak.

(2) On board stationary vehicles on which passengers are located, an operational guard must be permanently in place.

(3) All other stationary vehicles, floating bodies and floating installations must, if required by local circumstances or require the competent authorities to do so, be under the supervision of a person who is in a position to do so, if necessary to intervene immediately. A person may have several vehicles, or Supervise floating bodies when they are close to each other and secure access to everyone.

(4) If there is no ship driver on the vehicle, the operator or operator shall be responsible for the use of the guard or the supervision of the operator, respectively. the operator or, if the operator, it may not be determined, the owner or The owner is responsible.

(5) The guard referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 may guard a number of vehicles if they are adjacent to each other in such a way that a safe passage from vehicle to vehicle is possible.

8. Chapter

Water protection and disposal of waste on board

General duty of care-Water management

§ 108. The skipper, the rest of the crew and other persons on board shall use the care provided in the circumstances to avoid pollution of the water and to minimise the amount of ship's waste produced. , and avoid mixing various types of waste as far as possible.

Clean-up of waters

§ 109. (1) It is prohibited to place in the aquatic environment of vehicles or floats of solid objects or other substances likely to contaminate the aquatic environment (e.g. oil, petrol, varnishes, waste, waste water, faeces, detergents, wood treatment preparations) Throw, pour or otherwise introduce or introduce impurities by means of oils or fuels from engines to the minimum necessary according to the state of the art.

(2) If the substances referred to in paragraph 1 have entered the aquatic environment or are in danger of entering the aquatic environment, the skipper shall immediately take all measures to eliminate the risk or contamination; is not a speedy remedy; , it shall immediately notify the nearest attainable security service.

(3) The insertion and use of vehicles which have external skin openings suitable for the discharge of substances in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be prohibited. This prohibition shall not apply if such openings, which cannot be eliminated with reasonable economic effort, are permanently closed.

(4) The use and use of vehicles with superstructures and residential facilities on which the use of domestic water may be produced and which are not equipped with a collection facility for domestic water with a connection for emptying, shall be forbidden.

(5) The insertion and use of vehicles, the outer skin of which forms part of the fuel tank, shall be prohibited.

Collection and treatment of waste on board

§ 110. (1) The ship's guide shall ensure that waste oils and waste oils from the ship's operation are collected separately in containers and bilge water provided for this purpose in the machine room bilges. The containers must be stored on board in such a way that the contents can be detected and easily prevented from running out in time.

(2) It is prohibited to:

1.

to be used as a waste oil collection container on the deck,

2.

on board waste to be incinerated;

3.

To introduce oil, grease or emulsifying agents into the machine room bilges. Excluded from this are means which do not complicate the cleaning of the bilge water by the approved points of acceptance.

(3) The ship's guide shall ensure that domestic refuse, sewage sludge, slops and other special wastes are collected separately on board, in the intended reception facilities. If possible, household rubbish must be collected separately according to the following categories: paper, glass, other substances that can be recycled and residual waste.

(4) Institutions of the Public Security Service and the Authorisation Authority may control the facilities for the inclusion of substances referred to in paragraphs 1 and 3 and shall arrange for the disposal of such substances.

Painting and exterior cleaning of the vehicles

§ 111. (1) It is prohibited to paint the outer skin of the vehicles with oil or to purify them with means which are not allowed to enter the body of water.

(2) In particular, no anti-fouling colours may be used for painting, which contain the following substances or preparations:

1.

mercury compounds,

2.

arsenic compounds,

3.

as biocides, organotin compounds,

4.

Hexachlorocyclohexane.

As a transitional measure, the hull may be provided with a coating up to the complete removal and replacement of the anti-fouling paints containing the above-mentioned substances, which prevents the above-mentioned substances from being removed from the products listed below. the coating of antifouling paints into the aquatic environment.

Part 3

Port order

Behaviour in ports

§ 112. Persons have to behave in ports in such a way that

1.

the safety of navigation or of persons is not affected;

2.

the liquid in the traffic of commercial shipping is not affected,

3.

ships and their facilities are not damaged, polluted or affected in their use; and

4.

the waters are not polluted.

Entering the vehicles

§ 113. The ship ' s guides and persons under whose care are vehicles, bodies or installations shall have institutions of the competent authorities which, in the performance of their duties, have to enter vehicles, bodies or installations so as to enable them to: to assist them, if necessary.

Use restrictions

§ 114. In ports

1.

Bathing, swimming and diving are prohibited; this does not apply to parts of the port, which are specifically designated and marked by the Port Authority;

2.

frozen water areas must not be entered without compelling reason;

3.

fishing is prohibited by nets, reuses or fish boxes, or by a vehicle or a floating body;

4.

sports vehicles may only be used with the permission of the port administration or taken out of the water.

Hazard Behavior

§ 115. (1) Observations of the outbreak of a fire on vehicles, floating bodies or installations shall be reported immediately to the fire brigade, the nearest security service and the port administration.

(2) In the event of a fire, vehicles and floating bodies shall immediately be taken out of the hazardous area and their hatches shall be closed, as far as this is not unreasonable due to the danger associated with it.

(3) accidents on board, damage to vehicles, floating bodies or installations, other accidents or the sinking of vehicles or floating bodies shall be reported immediately to the nearest security service and to the port administration.

Commit

§ 116. (1) Vehicles and floating bodies shall be fixed to the equipment or vehicles designated for this purpose. The stitching shall be monitored if necessary, and the changes in the water level and changes in the changes during loading and unloading shall be adjusted.

(2) Vehicles and floating bodies shall be fixed and safe and shall be fixed in such a way that the stitching can be easily resolved and that the release of other vehicles is hampered as little as possible.

(3) The tagging must be carried out in such a way that the traffic on the water, the paths along the shore as well as on stairways and climbing tracks is hindered as little as possible. Danger points on vehicles or vehicles If necessary, floating bodies shall be marked accordingly and shall be illuminated in the dark.

(4) Boots may only be fixed in front of or behind the vehicles and only on the land side.

Supervision of vehicles

§ 117. (1) By way of derogation from § 107 (1) and (2), ports shall apply to all of the silent vehicles, or Swimming bodies only the provisions relating to supervisors (§ 107 para. 3).

Use of anchors, trosses, ropes and chains

§ 118. (1) In the port, the anchors shall be kept clear of the traps; they must be in a position that excludes damage to other vehicles or installations. The looping of anchors, rungs or chains is only permitted during the overdrive.

(2) ropes or chains may be used by vehicles or vehicles. Float only temporarily and only as far as it is absolutely necessary for ship manoeuvres, construction works or excavations. In the case of floods, ropes may also be stretched across the harbor basin to the extent that it is the safety of the vehicles or vehicles. Floating body requires.

(3) Ropes or chains are to be designated, provided that they are likely to endanger shipping. They are to be collected or to the bottom of the ground when it is necessary for shipping.

Discard

§ 119. Fixed vehicles or Swimming bodies may only be thrown at risk without the consent of the skipper or the supervising person; in this case, this shall be without delay to the skipper or the supervising person and the next achievable to report security services.

Use of the Propulsive organs

§ 120. (1) Propulsive organs in the port may only be set in motion on fixed vehicles

1.

for testing of the engine or for the sample of the sample in places designated by the port authority,

2.

for normal, short testing prior to deposition, if:

a)

the vehicle has no basic contact,

b)

the propulsive organs are running slowly,

c)

due to the use of the propulsive organs, as far as possible no adverse changes in the insole are caused and

d)

other vehicles cannot be put at risk.

(2) During testing, a crew member must be at the rear, warn other vehicles on rapprochement and, if necessary, cause the machine to stop.

Landing

§ 121. (1) If several vehicles are adjacent to each other, the laying of land stews, the movement of supplies and the landing of persons working on board persons over the vehicles nearer to the shore shall be condoned.

(2) Safe access shall be made for persons entering the vehicle by persons who are working on board.

Use of fire on vehicles

§ 122. The use of fire and open light, as well as smoking, are prohibited in covered cargo spaces and in the vicinity of open cargo hatches covered by open cargo hatches.

Backup of lines

§ 123. Outlet of lines (e.g. B. for water, steam, compressed air, transfer of polluting substances) on board shall be secured in such a way as to ensure that persons, other vehicles or bodies, goods or shore installations are not endangered or damaged and that water bodies are not polluted .

Transport in port

§ 124. (1) Vehicles that wish to enter the port shall not enter the port entrance until the entry into the port, taking into account any signs of shipping to regulate the entry and exit, when vehicles leaving the port have left the entrance.

(2) The port entrance shall only be allowed to pass in both directions at the same time if it provides sufficient space for a driverless encounter.

(3) Vehicles with a machine drive shall not use more than the driving force required for safe control in the port.

(4) Sports vehicles shall be allowed to enter the port only for the purpose of starting or leaving their berth.

Part 4

Transitional and final provisions

Transitional provisions

§ 125. By way of derogation from § 52, nets and outriggers of stationary vehicles and other fishing equipment may be designated by white buoys or similar buoyant bodies until 31 December 2013.

Expiry of previous legislation

§ 126. With the entry into force of this Regulation, the Regulation of the Federal Minister for Public Economy and Transport enters into force via a shipping traffic order for lakes and rivers (Lakes and River Traffic Regulations), BGBl. No 42/1990, as last amended by BGBl. II No 81/2012, except for force.

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