Appendix A To The Danube Shipping Police Regulations

Original Language Title: Anlage A zur Donauschiffahrtspolizeiverordnung

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Appendix A to the Danube shipping police regulation DonauSchPVAnl 1993 issue date: 27.05.1993 full quotation: "Appendix A to the Danube shipping police regulation of 27 May 1993 (BGBl. I p. 741;)" 1994 I S. 523; 1995 II S. 95), by article 5 of the Decree of 8 October 1998 (BGBl. I p. 3148) has been changed "stand: amended by art. 5 V v. 8.10.1998 3148 for more information on the stand number you find in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from: 1.7.1993 +++) (+++ text of the regulation see: DonauSchPV 1993 +++) table of contents *) part I General provisions on navigation on the Danube of Chapter 1 General provisions article 1.01 definitions article 1.02 skipper § 1.03 duties of the crew and other persons on Board § 1.04 General Diligence section 1.05 behavior under special circumstances § 1.06 use the waterway section 1.07 permissible largest load and maximum number of passengers § 1.08 crew of vehicles and the float section 1.09 cast rudder section 1.10 ship documents § 1.11 carrying the Danube shipping police regulation section 1.12 exposure to property on board; Loss of goods; Shipping obstacles § 1.13 protection of shipping characters section 1.14 damage of plants § 1.15 prohibition of entry of goods and other fabrics in the waterway section 1.16 rescue and assistance section 1.17 deadlocked or lower vehicles § 1.18 freeing of the fairway section 1.19 special instructions section 1.20 monitoring § 1.21 special transport section 1.22 orders temporary type section 1.23 permission of sporting and other events section 1.24 rules on the transport of dangerous goods section 1.25 protection and winter time section 1.26 scope of application of the first part of Chapter 2, ID and draught of vehicles; Ship calibration section 2.01 characteristics of vehicles, except small vehicles § 2.02 indicator of small vehicles § 2.03 ship calibration section 2.04 draught marks and draught § 2.05 mark of the anchor Chapter 3 description of the vehicles section I. General section 3.01 application and definitions § 3.02 lights § 3.03 signs and flags § 3.04 cylinders, balls, cones and bicones § 3.05 prohibited lights and signs section 3.06 replacement lights section 3.07 prohibited use of signal lights, headlights, panels, flags and other objects section II. night name title A. night designation while driving article 3.08 night name of individually moving vehicles with machine drive in Drive § 3.09 night called of the towing associations in drive § 3.10 night designation of pushed trains in drive section 3.11 night called of the tows in drive section 3.12 night designation of vehicles under sail in drive section 3.13 night designation of small vehicles in the ride section 3.14 additional night description of vehicles in ride transportation of certain flammable goods § 3.15 additional night description of vehicles in ride transportation of certain explosionsgefährlicher goods article 3.16 night called of the ferries ride section 3.17 eliminates § 3.18 additional night name of manövrierunfähiger vehicles section 3.19 night called of the float and other floating devices in driving title B. night designation at the Stilliegen section 3.20 night designation of vehicles at the Stilliegen section 3.21 additional night name of stilliegender vehicles for transport of certain flammable goods § 3.22 additional night name of stilliegender vehicles for transport of certain explosionsgefährlicher goods section 3.23 night called of the ferries, which stilliegen at their Pier section 3.24 eliminates section 3.25 night called of stilliegender buoyancy and floating plants section 3.26 night designation of nets and other fishing equipment of stilliegender vehicles section 3.27 night name floating devices at work, as well as frozen or reduced vehicles section 3.28 night called of the anchor , which compromise the shipping can section III. day name title A. day designation while driving section 3.29 day name of towing associations in drive section 3.30 day designation of vehicles under sail, at the same time their engine use section 3.31 day description of vehicles for the transportation of more than 12 passengers and a length of less than 20 m section 3.32 additional day description of vehicles in ride in carriage of certain flammable goods section 3.33 of certain explosionsgefährlicher additional day description of vehicles in ride transportation goods section 3.34 day name of the ferries in Drive § 3.35 additional tag name of manövrierunfähiger vehicles section 3.36 additional day description of vehicles priority title B. day designation at the Stilliegen § 3. 36a day description of the vehicles at the Stilliegen § 3.37 tag name of stilliegender vehicles for transport of certain flammable goods § 3.38 tag name of stilliegender vehicles for transport of certain explosive goods § 3: 39 eliminates § 3.40 day name of nets or other fishing gear of stilliegender fishing vessels section 3.41 day name of floating equipment at work and more stuck or sunken vehicles § 3.42 day name of anchor , which compromise the shipping can section IV other characters section 3.43 prohibition to enter the vehicle, § 3.44 note on the ban, smoking and unprotected light or fire to use § 3.45 designation of vehicles of the surveillance authorities § 3.46 emergency sign § 3.47 prohibition of Stilliegens side by side § 3.48 additional description to protect against wave § 3.49 additional description of the vehicles in ride, the work in the waterway chapter run 4 acoustic signals of vehicles; Radio section 4.01 General § 4.02 use the audible section 4.03 forbidden audible § 4.04 radio Chapter 5 navigation sign and name of the waterway section 5.01 shipping-sign § 5.02 designation of waterway Chapter 6 driving rules section I. General § 6.01 definitions § 6.01a vehicles with high speed section 6.02 small vehicles section II. meeting, crossing and overtaking § 6.03 General principles section 6.03a crosses section 6.04 encounter: principles section 6.05 encounter: exceptions to the basic rules of section 6.06 encounter of getreidelten vehicles section 6.07 encounter in the narrow fairway section 6.08 through prohibited shipping characters meet section 6.09 overtaking : General provisions section 6.10 overtaking section 6.11 overtaking by shipping characters section III.
More rules for the ride section 6.12 ride on routes with prescribed course section 6.13 apply section 6.14 behavior in the downhill section 6.15 prohibition of driving it in the intervals between the parts of a towing Association section 6.16 entrance in and exit from ports and secondary water Street; Cross ride level section 6.18 the waterway section 6.17 prohibition of grinding letting anchors, lines or chains section 6.19 drive allow section 6.20 wave section 6.21 to avoid associations § 6.22 temporary blocking of the shipping section 6. 22a passing floating equipment at work, as well as stalled or sunken vehicles section IV ferries section 6.23 rules for ferries section V. passing of bridges, Weirs and locks section 6.24 passing of bridges and dams : General section 6.25 passing under fixed bridges section 6.26 driving through movable bridges section 6.27 driving through the Weirs § 6.28 passing through the locks § 6. 28a retract in and riding from locks section 6.29 precedence in the smuggling of section VI. limited visibility; Radar navigation article 6.30 General rules for driving in conditions of limited visibility § 6.31 audible at the Stilliegen of article 6.32 provisions for radar rider section 6.33 provisions for vehicles that are not radar rider section VII.
Special rules section 6.34 6.35 section eliminates water skiing and similar activities § 6.36 behavior of vehicles in the fish section 6.37 behavior of sports divers Chapter 7 rules for the Stilliegen § 7.01 General principles for the Stilliegen § 7.02 Stilliegen § 7.03 anchors § 7.04 mooring § 7.05 sunbathing places section 7.06 deck bodies for certain types of vehicle section 7.07 Stilliegen nearby vehicles, thrust - and coupling associations, which certain dangerous goods transport section 7.08 guard and supervision part two special provisions for the German part of the Danube section 8 special rules to individual provisions of the first Partly § 8.01 definitions (§ 1.01) § 8.02 responsibilities of the crew and other persons on Board (§ 1.03) § 8.02a duties of the crew and other persons on Board (§§ 1.02 and 1.03) § 8.03 cast rudder (section 1.09) § 8.04 ship documents (section 1.10) section 8.05 orders temporary type (§ 1.22) section 8.06 except indicator of vehicles, small vehicles (§ 2.01) section 8.07 draught (section 2.04) section 8.08 night designation of small vehicles in ride (paragraph 3.13) § 8.08a designation and driving rules by multi-purpose vehicles of the Bundeswehr § 8.09 additional description at transport of dangerous goods section 8.10 night designation of vehicles at the Stilliegen (section 3.20) § 8.11 night name stilliegender float (§ 3.25) section 8.12 designation of fire-fighting vehicles (paragraph 3.45) § 8.13 forbidden audible warning (§ 4.03) § 8.14 guard and supervision (section 7.08) § 8.15 stay away signal Chapter 9 assembling the vehicles § 9.01 dimensions of vehicles § 9.02 dimensions of pushed trains section 9.03 dimensions of tows § 9.04 compilation of towing associations § 9.05 exceptions Chapter 10 additional provisions § 10.01 highest navigation level section 10.02 radio section 10.03 stalled vehicles section 10.04 stop moving Valley towing associations
§ 10.05 slow thrust associations § 10.06 pushed trains that carry vehicles other than barges section 10.07 movements of barges and other vehicles without rudder section 10.08 movements of vehicles with steering system Chapter 11 marinas (section 1.25) § 11.01 scope § 11.02 use the marinas § 11.03 port warden § 11.04 login and logout; Allocation of berths section 11.05 supervisory section 11.06 anchoring section 11.07 Harbour section 11.08 duty section 11.09 arrangements for section 11.10 of the danger tankers section 11.11 repairs section 11.12 ice section 11.13 exceptions Chapter 12 small vehicles para 12.01 driving on the backwaters of Chapter 13 special driving and sunbathing provisions for individual sections of the German part of the Danube section I. drive storage attitudes bad Abbach-Geisling and Kahlet encounter section II. § 13.01 regulated additional provisions for the german Austrian Prajzska (km 2223,20 to km 2201,77) § 13.02 small vehicles and certain water sports equipment section III. drive General through the locks § 13.03 § 13.04 dimensions of vehicles § 13.05 behavior in the locks area § 13.06 radar navigation in prep areas § 13.07 shipping characters in the prep areas Geisling to Jochenstein § 13.08 order of the race section 13.09 stopover between the barrages Jochenstein and Aschach section IV ride in the area of the city of Passau section 13.10 Stilliegen at the sun spot Heining section 13.11 Kahlet Stilliegen between the barrage and the Inn mouth section 13.12 signal installation rack LAU port § 13.13 Chapter 14 § 14.01 passenger shipping berths section 14.02 shipping, contact moorings section 14.03 when getting into or out of Passengers section 14.04 rejection of passengers section 14.05 safety on board and on the docks section 14.06 trawl prohibition section 14.07 schedules section 14.08 exceptions systems Appendix 1 distinguishing letters or groups of letters of the country which is the home - and registration of vehicles Appendix 2 draught marks and draught to barges Appendix 3 designation of vehicles Appendix 4 colour of the lights of the vehicles Appendix 5 strength and scope of the lights of the vehicles Appendix 6 audible annex 7 shipping characters Annex 8 name of the water Street Annex 9 flammable goods , for the carriage of the vehicles at night the designation according to the sections 3.14 and 3.21, during the day the designation according to the paragraphs 3.32 and 3.37 lead explosive goods whose transportation vehicles at night must complete the designation according to the paragraphs 3.15 and 3.22, during the day the designation according to the paragraphs 3.33 and 3.38 must annex 10 *) is found in several places of note "eliminates" , as the numbering of paragraphs and facilities in terms of European unification of the shipping police regulations of a resolution of the Economic Commission of for Europe of the United Nations (Subcommittee on inland waterways, resolution No. 24 of 15 November 1985) follows.
Part one General provisions for navigation on the Danube of Chapter 1 General provisions article 1.01 definitions in this Regulation apply as: 1. "vehicle": an inland waterway, including small cars and ferries, floating equipment and sea-going vessels;
2. "Vehicle with engine drive": a vehicle with its own superior drive machine.
3. "Vehicle under sail": a vehicle that runs only under sail; a cruising under sail vehicle at the same time using its drive unit, is regarded as vehicle propelled by mechanical means;
4. "Small vehicle": a vehicle, which length is measured in the ship's hull, less than 20 m in length, except vehicles which tow other vehicles that are no small vehicles, push or coupled alongside carry on vehicles which are approved for the transport of more than 12 passengers, as well as ferries;
5. "floating equipment": a floating structure with technical devices, intended for work on waterways or in ports dredger, Elevator, Jack, cranes;
6 "floating equipment": a floating device, which typically is not intended for the transportation, bathing facilities, docks, land bridges, boat houses.
7 "Float": rafts and other fahrtaugliche structures, compilations, or items which are neither vehicles nor floating facilities;
8 "Ferry": a vehicle that serves the translation traffic on the waterway, and is approved by the competent authority as a ferry.
9 "Barges": a vehicle that is built or set up for this purpose for getting around by pushing;
10 "Ship-borne barges": a the barges, which is built for carriage on board ships and for the navigation on inland waterways.
11 "Association": a tow, a flotilla or a coupling Association;
12 "Tow": a collection of one or more vehicles, floats, floating devices or one or more trailing vehicles propelled by mechanical means; These are referred to as "Tractor";
13 "Flotilla": a rigid connection; referred to by vehicles of which at least one front of the vehicle with engine drive is that moving the Association and as a"thrust"
14 "Coupling Association": a combination of longitudinally coupled vehicles, of which none prior to the vehicle with engine drive is that moving the Association;
15 "stilliegend": vehicles, floats, or floating plants that parking or indirectly anchored or moored on the shore;
16 "driving" or "located in drive": vehicles, floating plants or float, which either directly or indirectly are anchored, moored on the shore or bogged down are. For such vehicles, floating plants or float ride is the term to understand "stop" in the country;
17 'fishing vehicles': vehicles which exert the fishing with nets, lines, trawls or other fishing devices that restrict its manoeuvrability, except vehicles exercising fishing with trolling or other fishing apparatus which do not restrict its maneuverability;
18 "white light", "red light", "green light", "yellow light" and "blue light": lights, whose Farben comply with the provisions of annex 4;
19 "strong light", "light" and "ordinary light": lights, the strength of which comply with the provisions of Appendix 5.
20 "Twinkle lights": a light with a clock ID by 50 to 60 light phenomena per minute;
21 "short ton": a sound by about a second time;
"long ton": a tone of about four seconds duration, with a break between two consecutive tones about a second;
22 "follow very short notes": a sequence of at least six tones of each about a quarter-second duration, the pauses between successive notes is also about a quarter of a second.
23 "Group of Bell": two chimes;
24 "three tone": a triple check audible about two seconds duration, consisting of three consecutive uninterrupted notes of different height. The frequencies of the tones must be between 165 and 297 Hertz. An interval of two whole tones must be between the lowest and the highest note. Each sequence of three tones must begin with the lowest note, and end with the highest tone;
25 "Night": period between sunset and sunrise;
26 'day': period between sunrise and sunset;
27 "safe speed": speed of a vehicle or a Federation with adequate and effective measures to prevent a collision under the given circumstances and conditions within the given distance; stop
28 "limited visibility": reduction of vision through fog, snow, rain or other causes ("unsichtiges weather");
29 "Fairway": the usable at the respective water level for navigation and waterway signs identified by part of the waterway.

§ 1.02 ship Guide 1.
Each vehicle, excluding deferred vehicles of a pushed train, as well as each float must be under the leadership of a suitable person. This person is referred to as skipper.
2. each association must also be under the guide of a ship suitable. This skipper is determined as follows: a) is a Federation with only one vehicle with engine drive whose skipper of the ship Manager of the Association;
(b) has a tow to the top of two or more machine-driven vehicles in a row, the skipper of the first vehicle is the captain of the tow;
(c) has a tow to the top of two or more machine-driven vehicles, not in a row driving and of which one is the main driving force, whose captain is the captain of the tow;
(d) in all other cases, the captain of the Association must be determined in a timely manner.
3. the skipper must be during the ride aboard on floating devices during operation.
4.
The captain is responsible for the observance of this regulation on the vehicle operated by him, Association, or float. In a tow, the skipper of the towed vehicles have to follow the instructions of the skipper of the Association; But even without such statements, they have all measures, that are necessary for the safe management of their vehicles by the circumstances. The same applies to the skipper of vehicles in a coupling body, who are not also skipper of the Association.
5. any floating facility must be under the leadership of a suitable person. This person is responsible for the observance of this regulation on the floating plant.

Section 1.03 responsibilities of the crew and other persons on Board 1.
The crew has to follow the orders of the skipper, who issued this under his responsibility. She has to contribute to compliance with this regulation and other regulations in force.
2. all other persons on Board have to follow the instructions issued to them by the skipper in the interest of safety of navigation and order on board.

§ 1.04 general duty of care 1.
Over the provisions of this regulation, the skipper have to take all precautions that dictate the general duty of care and the practice of shipping to in particular: a) the risk to human life, b) damage to vehicles or floats, banks, control buildings and equipment of any kind in or to the waterway, c) disabilities of navigation and d) to avoid contamination of the Danube.
2. number 1 also applies to persons under their care are floating plants.

§ 1.05 behavior under special circumstances to avert of an imminent danger the boat operator must take all measures provided the circumstances even if they are forced to deviate from the provisions of this regulation.

§ 1.06 use the waterway length, width, height, depth, and speed of vehicles, associations and floats must be adapted to the realities of the waterway and the equipment.

§ 1.07 vehicles may not lower than be dumped to the bottom of the draught marks allowed largest load and maximum number of passengers 1.
2. the charge shall not endanger the stability of the vehicle nor impair the visibility from the steering position.
3. vehicles intended for the carriage of passengers, may have no more passengers than allowed by the competent authority, on board.

§ 1.08 crew vehicles and the float vehicles and floats, excluding the deferred vehicles of a pushed train, a crew who according to number and suitability, enough to ensure the safety of persons on board and the boat trip. Vehicles propelled by mechanical means in a coupling Union and certain vehicles which are towed in a group of rigidly connected vehicles must have no occupation, when the crew of the coupling Union or group of colonizers is sufficient according to number and suitability to ensure the safety of persons on board and the boat trip.

Section 1.09 cast rudder 1.
The rudder with a suitable person aged at least 16 years of age must be occupied on any vehicle in drive.
2. to secure control of the vehicle, the helmsman able must be all in the tax level receive incoming or outgoing of there information and instructions and to give. In particular, it must can perceive the sound character and have sufficiently unobstructed view in all directions. Sufficiently unobstructed view is not possible, it must have an optical aid with a sufficient field of vision and a clear distortion-free image available. In exceptional circumstances, a lookout or a listening post must be made to inform the helmsman.

§ 1.10 ship certificates 1.
On Board of vehicles, other than ships, must reside in international traffic: a) approval certificate (certificate), b) calibration certificate (only for vehicles used for the carriage of goods), c) crew list, except vehicles which have no crew, d) logbook (only vehicles with engine drive) as well as other shipping related documents that are required under international conventions or agreements.
2. by way of derogation from point 1 the certificates are not required for small vehicles after the letters b and d. For small cars, which are used to sports or recreation (sports cars), the certificate is not required also referred to in c; the certificate may be replaced by a national driving permit referred to in a.
3. on Board of floats, a national driving permit must be located.
4. documents which must be on the basis of the provisions of this regulation on board are to present the staff of the competent authorities on request.
5. certificates of approval and calibration certificate aboard a Schubleichters do not need to be carried, on which a metal plate is fixed according to the following pattern: - I official number:... I number of approval authority:... I competent authority:... I
I Gültig bis: ............................. I - These particulars must be height engraved or hammered into legible characters of at least 6 mm. The metal plate must be at least 60 mm high and 120 mm long. It must be clearly visible and attached permanently back to the starboard side of the Schubleichters. The conformity of the information on the metal plate with those in the approval document of the Schubleichters must be confirmed by the competent authority by her character beaten on the metal plate. Certificate of approval and calibration certificates are to be kept by the owner of the Schubleichters.

§ 1.11 carry the Danube shipping police regulation on board any vehicle, except small vehicles and vehicles without a crew, a print of this regulation must be located.

Section 1.12 exposure to items on board, loss of items, shipping obstacles 1 items, vehicles, floats, floating plants or plants in or on the water Street compromise can, may not extend beyond the sides of vehicles or floats.
2. brought up anchor may not extend below the ground or the keel of the vehicle or the lower level of the float.
3. vehicle, a float or a floating plant lost an item and can shipping this hampered or endangered, the boat operator or the person responsible for the floating facility must immediately notify the nearest competent authority and as accurately as possible specifying the place where the item was lost. In addition, he has the place possible to label.
4. is of a vehicle an unknown obstacle detected in the waterway, the boat operator must immediately notify the nearest competent authority and as accurately as possible specifying the position of the obstacle was encountered.

Section 1.13 protection of shipping characters 1.
It is forbidden to use shipping characters (for example, panels, tons, float, beacons) to the mooring or warping of vehicles or floats, damaging them or make unusable.
2. a vehicle or a float moved a navigation sign of his place or damaged other institution serving to designate the waterway, the captain must report without delay this the next competent authority.
3. each ship leader who caused by accident or (for example the extinction of light, changed location a ton, destruction of a character) finds other changes to shipping characters has the duty to report it to the nearest competent authority without delay.

Section 1.14 damage to plants has a vehicle or a float a facility (for example, lock, bridge) damaged, must inform the captain immediately the next competent authority.

Section 1.15 prohibition of marketing articles and other substances in the water Street 1.
It is prohibited to prevent solid objects or other substances which are suitable, navigation or other users of the waterway or compromising, to throw into the waterway, to pour, otherwise to introduce or to initiate.
2. it is prohibited, oil residues of any kind, even if mixed with water are, to throw into the waterway, pour, or otherwise bring up. Are such substances unintentionally enters the waterway or they threaten to get in the water Street boat operator must immediately notify the nearest competent authority and as accurately as possible indicate the type of the substance and the point of entry.

Section 1.16 rescue and assistance 1.
The skipper must use all available means in accidents that endanger people on board, to her rescue.
2. If people in danger are in the accident of a vehicle or float or a blocking of the fairway is threatened, the skipper of each nearby vehicle is obliged to provide assistance, insofar as this is compatible with the safety of the vehicle operated by him immediately.

Section 1.17 deadlocked or lower vehicles 1.
The skipper of a deadlocked or sunken vehicle or a deadlocked or torn apart float must immediately provide for reporting to the competent authority of the next. If a vehicle is stuck or sunk, the ship Manager or a member of the crew on board or in the vicinity of the accident site must remain until the authority allowed him to remove.
2. If in the fairway or in its vicinity a vehicle bogged down or fallen or a float is stuck, to the captain without prejudice to the articles 3.27 and 3.41, unless it is clearly unnecessary, immediately in appropriate places and in sufficient distance from the accident site provide a warning of approaching vehicles and floats so that they can take the necessary measures in a timely manner.
3. an accident when driving through a sheath, occurs this locks supervision immediately is.

§ 1.18 freeing of the fairway 1.
If a gridlocked or sunken vehicle, a more stuck float or object lost from a vehicle or float wholly or partly blocks the channel or threatens to lock the boat operator must take all necessary measures immediately to clear the fairway.
2. the same obligation has a skipper, whose Fahrzeug threatens to sink or is not under command.
3. did one of the vehicles referred to in point 1 or 2 belongs to a Federation, the leader of the Association must take the prescribed measures.

Section 1.19 special instructions 1 skipper and persons under their care, floating facilities are provided, must afford the special instructions result issued to them by the officials of the competent authorities for the safety and ease of navigation.
2. in particular the officials of the competent authorities may prohibit the inaugural of the ride vehicles, if a) vehicle with a registration certificate (certificate) or a national driving permit is provided or these documents are no longer valid, b) the vehicle does not comply with the provisions of § 1.07, c) the crew or equipment of the vehicle of the § 1.08 does not comply with the regulations.

Section 1.20 monitoring ship and persons under their care, floating facilities are provided, must the officials of the competent authorities give the necessary support so that they can monitor compliance with the provisions of this Ordinance and other applicable legislation.

§ 1.21 special transport 1.
(Special transport is considered to be any movement by a) cars and associations representing not the SEC. 1.06 and 1.08, b) floating equipment and floats, so far as this does not obviously an obstruction or danger to shipping or damage to the equipment is excluded.
2. Special transport may be carried only with special permission from the authorities, who are responsible for the routes to steer through.
3. you are subject to the requirements to be determined by those authorities in individual cases.
4. for any special transport, a skipper is under consideration of the § 1.02 to determine.

The orders of temporary nature issued by the competent authority follow section 1.22 orders temporary nature which must ship Guide, have been made known on special occasions for safety and ease of navigation.

Section 1.23 permission from sports and other sports events, water-resistant and other events which may affect the safety and ease of navigation, require the permission of the competent authorities.

Section 1.24 the dangerous goods (for example explosive, radioactive, toxic, corrosive and flammable goods) transport rules on the transport of dangerous goods skipper of vehicles, must that comply with special safety regulations issued to protect of the crew and shipping.

Section 1.25 protection and prevent winter time weather conditions the vehicles to continue driving, they can visit the ports and protection courses for their protection or to stay over the winter. The boat operator must comply with the applicable special provisions.

Section 1.26 scope of part 1.
The first part is on the navigable part of the river Danube and the water areas of ports, marinas, loading and unloading stations, without prejudice to the specific provisions of the competent authorities which have been adopted for these ports and points in regard to local circumstances and the loading and unloading operations.
2. the skipper of the vehicles on the Danube and other people affected by this provision must comply with the provisions of the first part and the local regulations of the countries of the Danube and of the corresponding parts of the Danube River it's administrations.
Chapter 2 indicator and draught of vehicles, vessel calibration § 2.01 characteristics of vehicles, except small vehicles 1.
On any vehicle, except small vehicles, the following indicator must be on the hull or permanently mounted panels or signs: a) his name, which can be also a motto. The name shall be affixed on both sides of the vehicle; also, he must be positioned so that it is visible from the rear. One of these labels in a vehicle that moves on a coupling Association or a flotilla, obscured, the name on panels is to repeat, which are clearly visible from the direction in which the inscription is covered. Moreover, the name (or its common abbreviation) of the Organization, which is part of the vehicle, is on the vehicle to attach. The vehicle has neither a name nor a currency, a number or the registration number is to install, which according to Appendix 1 follow the letter or the Group of letters of the State in which is situated the home or place;
(b) his home or place. The name of the home or register place is to install on both sides or on the rear of the vehicle; He is followed by the letter or the Group of letters of the State in which the home or place.
2. in addition to, except small vehicles, a) on any vehicle that is intended for the carriage of goods, the load-bearing capacity in tons on both sides of the vehicle hull or permanently mounted panels be specified;
(b) on any vehicle that is designed for the carriage of passengers, the maximum permissible number of passengers aboard prominently be attached.
3. the above indicators are in legible and durable Latin characters to, taking into account in particular inscription in oil paint as a permanent is regarded. The height of characters must be at least 15 cm at least 20 cm at the other indicator name. The width and the line width of the font characters must correspond to the height. The characters must be in light colour on a dark background or dark on a light background.
4. the indicator can be installed in other than Latin characters according to paragraphs 1 and 2.
5 ships to keep their flag by way of derogation from the foregoing provisions.
6 vehicles do their national flag on the broader Sternside with crew, except small vehicles, while driving during the day.

Section 2.02 indicator of small vehicles 1.
The registration plate must be attached to small vehicles; These are not mandatory, must be attached: a) their name, which can be also a currency, b) the name and address of owner.
2. the official flag or the flag referred to in point 1(a) attached on the outside of the small vehicle in at least 10 cm high, legible and durable Latin characters whereas must be regarded in particular inscription in oil paint as a permanent. The small vehicle has neither a name nor a motto, the name (or its common abbreviation) of the organization is listened to, if necessary, followed by a number the vehicle, to install.
3. the name and address of the owner are to attach to the inside or outside of the vehicle clearly visible.
4. on tenders of a vehicle inside or outside the name of the vehicle, to which they belong, and, where appropriate, other information allowing for the identification of the owner however meet at the.

§ 2.03 ship calibration each barge that is intended for the carriage of goods, except small vehicles, must be calibrated.

Section 2.04 draught marks and draught 1.
On all motor vehicles, except small vehicles, brands must be attached, which show the plane of maximum draught. The methods for the determination of maximum draught and the conditions for the affixing of the draught marks in Appendix 2 are set for inland waterway vessels. For sea-going vessels, the "summer fresh water mark" replaced the draught marks.
2. on all vehicles, which Tiefgang can reach 1 m depth pointer must be attached. The conditions for the affixing of the draught in Appendix 2 are set for inland waterway vessels.

§ 2.05 mark of the anchor 1.
The anchor of vehicles must carry lasting mark. Used an anchor on another vehicle of the same owner, the original flag can be maintained.
2. number 1 does not apply to anchor of ships and small craft.
Chapter 3 description of the vehicles section I. General section 3.01 application and definitions 1.
The articles 3.08 to 3.19, for the Stilliegen at night the paragraphs 3.20 to 3.28 apply for driving at night. The paragraphs 3.29 to 3.36, for the Stilliegen day apply to the drive during the day the § § 3. 36a to 3.42. The sections 3.21, 3.25, 3.28, 3.37 and 3.42 also apply to vehicles, floats, and floating facilities, if you are stuck.
2. If the visibility conditions require it, the characters also during the day prescribed for the night must be used.
3. in application of this chapter apply, as individual vehicles with engine drive of equal length pushed trains, the length of which does not exceed 110 m and their width 12 m and tows, the length of which does not exceed 110 m and their width of 23 m.
4. the sign prescribed in this chapter are illustrated in annex 3.
5. in this chapter apply as: a) "Masthead": a white strong light that shines continuously over an arc of horizon of 225 degrees and is positioned so that of from the front on both sides of 22 degrees 30' shines behind the cross line.
b) "Page lights": a bright green light to starboard, a bright red light to port, of which each continuously over a horizon sheet of 112 degrees 30' shines and is so positioned that it on its side from the front up to 22 degrees 30' shines behind the cross line.
c) "Stern light" means a white light or a white ordinary light that continuously radiates over a horizon arc of 135 degrees and is positioned so that it has an arc of 67 degrees 30' radiates from the back on each side;
(D) "from all sides visible light": a light, which continuously broadcasts over a horizon arc of 360 degrees;
e) 'Height' means the height above the level of the draught marks or on vehicles without draught marks, above the hull.

§ 3.02 lights as far as nothing else is determined, must the lights prescribed in this regulation continuously and uniformly radiate.

§ 3.03 signs and flags 1.
Unless otherwise provided, the plates prescribed in this chapter and flags must be rectangular.
2. your colors do not fade color nocht soiled.
3. your dimensions must be so large that they can be seen well This condition is satisfied if its length and its width at least 1 m and small vehicles per 0,60 m.

§ 3.04 cylinders, balls, cones and bicones 1.
The cylinder prescribed in this chapter, balls, cones and bicones may be replaced by institutions that have the same look from a distance.
2. your colors may not be faded or dirty.
3. your dimensions must be so large that they can be seen well This condition is satisfied if the footprint of at least: a) for cylinders height of 0.80 m and 0.50 m diameter;
(b) for balls diameter of 0.60 m;
(c) for Cone height of 0,60 m and 0.60 m diameter of footprint.
(d) for bicones 0.80 m height and 0.50 m diameter of footprint.

§ 3.05 prohibited lights and signs 1.
It is forbidden to use others for which they are not prescribed or approved as, the lights provided for in this regulation and characters to use or they may be.
2. vehicles with each other and between vehicles and country but also other Licher and mark may be used understanding, unless this can lead to any confusion with the lights provided for in this regulation and characters.

§ 3.06 replacement lights if prescribed lights fall out in this regulation, must be immediately placed replacement lights. Here, a prescribed strong light can be replaced by a bright light and a bright light prescribed by an ordinary light. The lights with the prescribed strength are as fast as possible to put back.

Section 3.07 prohibited use of signal lights, headlights, panels, flags and other items 1.
It is forbidden to signal lights or headlights as well as panels, flags, and other items in a way to use that it be confused with the lights provided for in this regulation, or character, can impair their visibility or complicate their visibility.
2. it is forbidden to use dazzle and endanger thus the shipping or transport on land or interfere with signal lights or headlights in a way.
Section II. night name title A. night designation must follow while driving section 3.08 night name of individually moving vehicles with engine drive in drive 1 single vehicles with engine drive: a) a masthead that set on the forecastle to the longitudinal axis of the vehicle at a height of at least 6 m; This height may be reduced up to 4 m, the length of the vehicle does not exceed 40 m;
b) page lights, which are set at the same height in a plane perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the vehicle; they need at least 1 m below the masthead and must not be used before this. they must be dimmed binnenbords so, that the green light can not be seen by port, the red light not by starboard
(c) a stern light that is set to the broader Sternside on the longitudinal axis of the vehicle in sufficient amount, so that it can be seen well by an overtaking vehicle.
2. a single vehicle with engine drive in addition on the broader Sternside a second masthead, do, on the longitudinal axis of the vehicle and at least 3 m higher than the front masthead so set, that the horizontal distance between these lights is at least three times of the vertical distance.
3. a single vehicle with machine drive, which temporarily credits goes ahead, must keep the lights according to paragraphs 1 and 2.
4. when passing through the opening of a fixed or closed bridge, a Weir or a sheath, vehicles may carry the Topplichter paragraphs 1 and 2 in the lower amount for the passage without difficulty to occur.
5. the provisions of this section do not apply to small cars and ferries.

§ 3.09 night called of the towing associations in drive 1.
Must result in a machine drive at the top of a tow vehicle, and credits, which tows another vehicle with machine drive, a thrust or coupling Association,: a) two Topplichter at a distance of about 1 m above each other on the forecastle on the longitudinal axis of the vehicle; the upper light must be no. 1 comply with the provisions of section 3.08 2(a);
(b) the page lights according to section 3.08 No. 1 letter b;
(c) a yellow instead of a white stern light on the longitudinal axis of the vehicle high enough that it can well be seen by first annex, following the vehicle, the vehicle propelled by mechanical means or by the thrust or coupling Association, the vehicle as leader drives ahead.
2. driving multiple vehicles with engine drive at the top of a tow, or several machine-driven vehicles side by side, driving a vehicle with machine drive, a thrust or coupling Association unless alongside coupled or not, as opening credits, each of these slow vehicles must lead: three Topplichter instead of the Topplichter number 1 letter a at a distance of about 1 m with each other on the forecastle to the longitudinal axis of the vehicle , the upper and the underlying light at the same height as the lights referred to in point 1(a).
Is shoehorned a vehicle, a float, or a floating plant of several engine powered vehicles, this provision will apply to each of these bugsierenden vehicles.
3. the vehicle, or the vehicles that make up the last annex of a tow, must lead except the designation referred to in paragraph 2: the section 3.08 rear light no. 1) (c. making more than two longitudinally coupled vehicles the conclusion of the Association shall only the two outer vehicles result in this light. Small vehicles form the conclusion of the Federation, they are not considered in application of this provision.
4. when passing through the opening of a fixed or closed bridge, a Weir or a lock a tow vehicles may carry the lights 1 letter a and number 2 in low altitude referred to, for the passage without difficulty to occur.
5. the provisions of this paragraph apply for small vehicles, which carry only small vehicles, and not to imported small vehicles.

§ 3.10 night designation of pushed trains in drive 1 thrust associations must follow: a) three Topplichter on the forecastle of the vehicle at the top of the Association or of the centreboard-vehicle of the Association;
These lights must be arranged in the shape of an equilateral triangle with a horizontal base line in a plane perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the Association. The top light must be set at a height of at least 6 m. The two lower lights must be set at a distance of about 1.25 m apart and about 1.10 m below the top light. The lights are from the vehicle, which is closest to the longitudinal plane of the Association; the poles for these lights must be on the longitudinal axis of the vehicle, at which they operate;
(b) the page lights according to section 3.08 No. 1 letter b;
These lights must on the widest part of the Association not exceeding 1 m from its sides, as close as possible to the pusher craft, at a height of at least 2 m used;
c)
three stern lights according to section 3.08 No. 1 letter c on the pusher craft in a horizontal line perpendicular to its longitudinal axis with a lateral distance of about 1.25 m and altitude, that she are not covered by one of the other vehicles of the Association can be.
2. the provisions of point 1 apply to pushed trains, which temporarily one or more vehicles with engine drive as opening credits go ahead.
3. when passing through the opening of a fixed or closed bridge or a Weir, or when passing through locks the Topplichter allowed 1(a) in lower number, for the passage without difficulty to occur.

§ 3.11 night called of the tows in drive 1. tows must lead: a) the masthead section 3.08 No. 1 letter a on every vehicle propelled by mechanical means;
(b) the page lights according to section 3.08 No. 1 letter b;
These lights must be set lower than the lowest masthead on the outer sides of the Association as possible at the same height and at least 1 m;
(c) the stern light according to paragraph 3.08 No. 1 letter c on any vehicle.
2. the provisions of point 1 applies to tows, which temporarily one or more vehicles with engine drive as opening credits go ahead.
3. when passing through the opening of a fixed or closed bridge, a Weir or a sheath the lights, 1(a) in the lesser amount may be carried referred to passage without difficulty to occur.
4. the provisions of this paragraph do not apply to small vehicles, the only small vehicles coupled alongside carry on, and not for longitudinally coupled small vehicles.

§ 3.12 night designation of vehicles under sail in drive 1 vehicles under sail voyages must carry: a) the page lights according to section 3.08 No. 1 letter b;
However, these can be ordinary lights instead of bright lights;
(b) the stern light according to paragraph 3.08 No. 1 letter c. 2.
In addition to the lights referred to in point 1 may a vehicle under sail lead: two bright or ordinary one above the other, visible from all sides lights, the upper red, the lower Green;
These lights must be set at a suitable place in the masthead or on the upper part of the mast at a distance of at least 1 m.
3. the provisions of this section do not apply to small vehicles.

Section 3.13 do night designation of small vehicles in ride 1 single small vehicles with engine drive: a) a masthead.
This light must be on the longitudinal axis of the small vehicle at least 1 m higher than the page lights be placed and light instead of strong. It can be used in the same amount as the lights of the page however, if necessary.
b) page lights;
(these lights may be ordinary instead of bright and must be used aa) according to article 3.08 No. 1 letter b or bb) immediately next to each other or in a single luminaire on or close to the bow on the longitudinal axis.
(c) the stern light according to paragraph 3.08 No. 1 letter c; this light shall not apply if the masthead after 2(a) is replaced by a white bright light visible from all sides.
2. individual small vehicles with engine drive with less than 7 m in length may carry instead of lights after number 1 in a suitable position and high enough a white light of ordinary, visible from all sides.
3. dragging a small craft only small vehicles or does it only alongside coupled with, it must cause the lights referred to in point 1.
4. imported or alongside coupled with small vehicles must carry a white light of ordinary, visible from all sides. This provision does not apply to tenders.
5. small vehicles under sail must lead: a) side and a rear light, the page lights directly next to each other or in a single luminaire on or close to the bow on the longitudinal axis of the small vehicle or the rear light on the broader Sternside. These lights may be ordinary lights; or b) side and a rear light in single lamp, at a suitable point on the top or on the upper part of the mast. This light can be an ordinary light; or c) a white ordinary, visible from all sides light if it is to small vehicles with a length of less than 7 m. When approaching other vehicles, these small vehicles must additionally show a second ordinary white light.
6 individually machine-driven, nor under sail small vehicles must complete: a white light of ordinary, visible from all sides.
Tenders must show this light only when approaching other vehicles under these conditions.
7. when passing through the opening of a fixed or closed bridge, a Weir or a sheath, the lights may be used according to the numbers 1 to 6 in the lower amount for the passage without difficulty to occur.

Article 3.14 additional night description of vehicles in ride for transportation of flammable goods 1 vehicles carrying flammable goods according to annex 9, must do in addition: a blue ordinary light on the broader Sternside in an appropriate place and so large that it is visible from all sides.
Vehicles that have transported these substances in tanks, must complete the same label as long as the tanks are not ensure.
2. riding in a tow one or more vehicles referred to in point 1, shall apply: a) the vehicle with engine drive at the top of the Association except the lights according to § 3.09 No. 1 a blue ordinary light do; This should be visible over the same horizon arch like the Topplichter and used about 1 m below the lowest masthead and as 1 m above the bottom of the page;
(b) only the vehicle, or the vehicles referred to in point 1, which are furthest behind in the Association, must complete the prescribed there blue light. Several such vehicles are equally far to the rear of the Association, so only the two must complete of these vehicles the light that most external drive. The provisions of § 3.09 affect no. 3.
3. one or more vehicles go in a flotilla to number 1, the prescribed lights on these vehicles may not be carried. Applies in this case: a) the vehicle, the lights after § 3.10 No. 1 letter a leads an ordinary blue light do also 2.20 metres perpendicular under the Supreme light, in the rest of article 3.08 No. 1 letter a complies with the regulations;
(b) the sliding vehicle No. 1 do except the lights according to § 3.10 letter c blue light after number 1.
4. a tow, moves to number 2 with a preload, so also it should do the lights 2(a) by number. A flotilla going to number 3 with a header, so the Association shall result in the lights 2 letter a number. The annex shall result in only the blue lights letter a and b except the lights according to § 3.09 number 3.

§ 3.15 additional night description of vehicles in ride in special explosive loads 1 vehicles, the explosive and carry other goods according to annex 10, must in addition take: a red light on the broader Sternside in an appropriate place and so large that it is visible from all sides. On machine-driven vehicles, this must be a bright, an ordinary light be on vehicles without engine drive.
2. one or more vehicles go in a tow to number 1, so the vehicle with engine drive at the top of the Association except the lights shall result in no 1 § 3.09: a red light;
This light must be visible over the same horizon arch like the Topplichter and used about 1 m below the lowest masthead and as 1 m above the bottom of the page.
3. one or more vehicles go in a flotilla to number 1, the prescribed lights on these vehicles may not be carried. Applies in this case: a) the vehicle, the lights after § 3.10 leads No. 1 letter a, a red light do also 2.20 metres perpendicular under the Supreme light, in the other the provisions of section 3.08 No. 1 letter a corresponds to;
(b) the sliding vehicle No. 1 do except the lights according to § 3.10 letter c the red light after number 1.
4. a tow, moves to number 2 with a preload, also it should do the lights referred to in point 2. A flotilla going to number 3 with a preload, the Association must do the lights referred to in point 2. The annex shall result in only the red lights letter a and b except the lights according to § 3.09 number 3.

Article 3.16 night called of the ferries ride 1.
Do not freely travelling ferries: a) a white light visible from all sides, at least 5 m above the level of the draught marks;
However, the amount may be reduced if the length of the ferry does not exceed 20 m;
b) a green light, visible from all sides light about 1 m above the light referred to in a. 2nd free travelling ferries must follow: a) a white light, visible from all sides light referred to in point 1(a);
(b) a green light, visible from all sides light referred to in point 1(b);
c) the page lights and tail light according to paragraph 3.08 No. 1 letters b and c. 3 free travelling ferries with right-of-way must lead: a) a white light, visible from all sides light referred to in point 1(a);
(b) a green light, visible from all sides light referred to in point 1(b);
(c) a second green light, visible from all sides light about 1 m above the green light referred to in (b);
(d) the page lights and tail light according to paragraph 3.08 No. 1 letters b and c.

section 3.17 
(not applicable) § 3.18 additional night name of manövrierunfähiger vehicles 1.
A vehicle has become one basket-case must show, if necessary, additionally: a red light, that is; in small vehicles, this light may be white instead of red.
2. If necessary, these vehicles must also give the prescribed sound character.

§ 3.19 night designation of buoyancy and floating facilities in drive without prejudice to the requirements according to § 1.21 buoyancy and floating plants do: white ordinary, visible from all sides lights, in sufficient number to identify their outlines.
Title B. night designation at the Stilliegen section 3.20 night designation of vehicles at the Stilliegen 1.
A single vehicle, a vehicle that is coupled with other vehicles, or an Association of coupling must lead a white ordinary, visible from all pages light on the side of the fairway at a height of at least 3 m at the Stilliegen.
2. a flotilla which otherwise away from the shore (without direct or indirect connection to the Bank), must take two white lights, ordinary, visible from all sides; These lights must be set on the pusher craft and on the front part of the thrust Association in the amount of at least 3 m.
3. small vehicles, excluding ship's boats by vehicles, may an ordinary white light lead in a suitable position and high in the Stilliegen instead of the lights referred to in point 1, that it is visible from all sides.
4. paragraphs 1 to 3 is not required, a) when the vehicle or the Association in a waterway laid, whose driving is temporarily impossible or prohibited;
b) when the vehicle or the Association on the banks laid and from is sufficiently lit;
c) when the vehicle or the Association outside of the fairway to clear safe place otherwise;
(d)) where otherwise a small vehicle on the shore.
5. the provisions of this section do not apply to the vehicles referred to in the paragraphs 3.23 and 3.27.

Section 3.21 additional night name of stilliegender vehicles for transport of certain flammable goods vehicles according to § 3.14 except the lights according to § 3.20 do: a blue ordinary light on the broader Sternside in an appropriate place and so large that it is visible from all sides.
Thrust associations need to carry two blue lights, ordinary, visible from all sides, the 1 m under the lights after section 3.20 are no. 2.

Section 3.22 additional night name of stilliegender vehicles for transport of certain explosive goods vehicles according to § 3.15 except the lights according to § 3.20 do: a red light bright or ordinary, visible from all sides, approximately 1 m lower than the white lights to section 3.20 No. 1 or 2.

Section 3.23 night called of the ferries, which stilliegen at their Pier 1.
Not free travelling ferries that stilliegen at their pier, must run after section 3.16 no. 1 the lights.
2 free travelling ferries that stilliegen during operation at its pier, the lights must run no. 1 after section 3.16. Short time Stilliegen can lights persisted after section 3.08 No. 1 letters b and c. They must according to article 3.16 letter of b prescribed green light delete no. 3, as soon as they are no longer in operation.

section 3.24 (deleted) article 3.25 night called of stilliegender floats and floating facilities without prejudice to the requirements according to § 1.21 must keep floats and floating plants: white ordinary, visible from all sides lights, in sufficient numbers to make their outlines to indicate to the side of the fairway.
In this case, the provisions of article 3.20 apply no. 4.

Section 3.26 night designation of nets and other fishing equipment of stilliegender vehicles have vehicles their nets or other fishing gear in the fairway or in its vicinity designed, these nets or other fishing gear through a sufficient number of ordinary white, must be referred to by all sides of visible lights to indicate their location.

Section 3.27 night name of floating equipment at work, as well as frozen or reduced vehicles 1 run floating equipment at work and vehicles, the work, bearings or measurements, do at the Stilliegen: a) on the or the pages on which the passing freely about 1 m is, two ordinary green lights or two green bright lights one above the other and, where appropriate, b) on the side , where the passing not free is an ordinary red light or a red light at the same height and same light intensity as the upper of the two green lights under 2(a), or, insofar as these vehicles against waves to protect, c) on the or the pages on which the passing freely is an ordinary red light and an ordinary white light or a red light and a white bright light, , the red light about 1 m above the white, and, where appropriate, d) on the side of free riding past a red light at the same height and of the same intensity as the red light after letter c is.
These lights are so to bet that they are visible from all sides.
2nd stuck in or lower vehicles must run after number the lights 1 c and d. The sunken vehicle does not permit the affixing of the mark on him, they must be used on boats, tonnes or in any other way.
3. the competent authority may exempt from the leadership of the lights referred to in point 1 letter a and b.

§ 1 can 3.28 night called of the anchor that compromise the shipping.
If in cases of §§ 3.20 and 3.25 the anchor of vehicles, swimming pool floats and other floating devices are so thrown, that they can compromise the shipping, the light closest to this anchor must be replaced by two white lights, ordinary, visible from all sides. These are required over each other at a distance of about 1 m.
2. the vehicles, floats, and floating devices must call each of their anchors, that can compromise the shipping, from a ton of radar reflector with a white light, visible from all sides.
Section III. day name title A. day designation while driving section 3.29 day name of towing associations in drive 1.
A machine drive at the top of a tow vehicle, and credits, which tows another vehicle with machine drive, a flotilla or a coupling unit, must lead: a yellow cylinder, the top and bottom with a black and ever a white stripe on the outer ends, the latter is a.
The cylinder must be set vertically and so high to the forecastle, that it is visible from all sides.
2. multiple engine driven vehicles drive at the top of a tow or several machine-driven vehicles side by side, driving a vehicle propelled by mechanical means, a flotilla or a coupling Association unless alongside coupled or not, as the opening credits, each of trailing vehicles shall result in the cylinder number 1. Is shoehorned a vehicle, a float, or a floating plant of several engine powered vehicles, this provision will apply to each of these bugsierenden vehicles.
3. when passing through the opening of a fixed or closed bridge, a Weir or a sheath, a tow vehicles may carry the cylinder according to paragraphs 1 and 2 in the lower amount for the passage without difficulty to occur.
4. the provisions of this paragraph apply for small vehicles, which carry only small vehicles, and not to imported small vehicles.

§ 3.30 day designation of vehicles under sail at the same time using their engine a vehicle under sail at the same time using his engine, must lead: a black cone with the lace at the bottom.
This cone are required as high as possible and to the point, it is the most visible.

Section 3.31 day description of vehicles for the transportation of more than 12 passengers and a length of less than 20 m vehicles, which are approved for the carriage of more than 12 passengers and whose hull has a length of less than 20 m, must follow: a yellow Bicone in a suitable position and so large that it is visible from all sides.

Article 3.32 additional day description of vehicles in ride for transportation of flammable goods 1 vehicles carrying flammable goods according to annex 9, must lead in addition: a blue cone with the top down in a suitable place and so large that it is visible from all sides.
Vehicles that have transported these substances in tanks, must complete the same label as long as the tanks are not ensure.
2. one or more vehicles go in a tow to number 1, the vehicle with engine drive at the top of the Association do in addition: the blue cone referred to under 1. 3 driving in a flotilla one or more vehicles referred to in point 1, applies to these vehicles the prescribed there name not. In this case, the Association must lead on the propelling vehicle front and: the blue cone referred to in point 1.

§ 3.33 additional day description of vehicles in ride in special explosive loads 1 vehicles, the explosive and carry other goods according to annex 10, must in addition take: a red cone with the top down in a suitable place and so large that it is visible from all sides.
2.
One or more vehicles go number 1, in a tow vehicle with engine drive at the top of the Association do in addition: the Red cone referred to under 1. 3 driving in a flotilla one or more vehicles referred to in point 1, applies to these vehicles the prescribed there name not. In this case, the Association must lead on the propelling vehicle front and: the Red cone referred to in point 1.

Section 3.34 day name of the ferries ride ferries must follow: a green ball at a height of at least 6 m.
However, the amount may be reduced if the length of the ferry does not exceed 20 m.

Section 3.35 additional tag name of manövrierunfähiger vehicles 1 crew vehicles do, if necessary, in addition: a red flag is waved.
2. If necessary, the prescribed sound character is in addition to give.

Section 3.36 additional day description of vehicles priority vehicles, the competent authority for the ride has a priority granted by authorities, which applies a specific order, must also do: a red Pennant, the length of which is at least 1 m on the forecastle and so high that he is visible.
B. day name title at the Stilliegen § 3. 36a day description of the vehicles at the Stilliegen 1.
A vehicle with an engine drive with the anchors, except small vehicles, or as part of a corps of that laid away from the shore (without direct or indirect connection to the shore), must lead: a black ball in a suitable position on the bow, and so large that it is visible from all sides.
2. the label referred to in point 1 is not required, a) if otherwise the vehicle in a waterway, whose driving is temporarily impossible or prohibited;
b) when the vehicle outside of the fairway in a uniquely safe place otherwise.
3. the provisions of paragraphs do not apply to the vehicles referred to in section 3.41.

§ 3.37 tag name of stilliegender vehicles for transport of certain flammable goods 1 vehicles according to § 3.32 must, if they are not part of a flotilla, lead: the blue cone according to § 3.32 No. 1 2.
If a flotilla contains one or more vehicles according to § 3.32, he has to bear the additional symbol No. 3 after paragraph 3.32 also at the Stilliegen.

§ 3.38 tag name of stilliegender vehicles for transport of certain explosive goods 1 vehicles according to § 3.33 must, if they are not part of a flotilla, lead: the Red cone according to § 3: 33 No. 1 2.
If a flotilla contains one or more vehicles according to § 3: 33, he has to bear the additional symbol No. 3 after paragraph 3.33 also at the Stilliegen.

section 3: 39 (deleted) article 3.40 day name of nets or other fishing gear of stilliegender fishing vessels nets or other fishing gear fishing vessels in the waters or near which referred to his need to be: yellow float (Daaairolej) in sufficient number to identify your location.

§ Equipment floating 3.41 day name at work and more stuck or sunken vehicles 1 floating equipment at work and vehicles that perform work, bearings, or measurements, do at the Stilliegen: a) on the or the pages on which the passing freely is around 1 m, two green bicones one above the other and, where appropriate, b) is on the side of the not free passing , a red ball at the same height as the top of the two green bicones referred to in a or, insofar as these vehicles against waves to protect, c) is on the or the pages where that free riding past a flag, whose upper half red whose bottom half is white, or one above the other, the upper red the lower white two flags and two balls , and, where appropriate, d) on the side of the not free passing is a red flag or a red ball in the same amount as the red and white flag or red flag on the other side,.
2. the designation 1 letter a and b can be replaced after number by following characters: a) on the or the pages on which the passing freely is the chalkboard sign E,. 1 "permission to the passage" (Appendix 7) and if necessary, b) on the side of the not free passing the table character A is. 1 "ban the passage" (Appendix 7) at the same height as the table character referred to in a. 3.
The panels, Double Cone, balls and flags must be used so high that they are visible from all sides. The flags may be replaced by tables same color.
4 deadlocked or lower vehicles must run on day after number 1 letter c and d the designation. The sunken vehicle does not permit putting the characters on it, they must be used on boats, tonnes or in an appropriate manner.
5. the competent authority may exempt from the designation according to paragraphs 1 and 2 letter a and b.

§ 3.42 day name of the anchor, which may compromise the shipping vehicles, floats, and floating facilities, whose Anker are so thrown they can endanger navigation, must call each one of these anchors through: a yellow buoy with a radar reflector.
Section IV other character paragraph 3.43 is prohibition to enter the vehicle 1 provided that persons who are not professionally active on board prohibited by regulation, which must to enter vehicle, displayed this ban are: round white tablets with red border and red slash where a black pedestrian is shown.
The panels are set up as needed on board or on the catwalk. By way of derogation from § 3.03, their diameter must be no. 3 s.th 0.60 m.
2. the panels must be highlighted, if necessary, so that they are clearly visible at night.

§ 3.44 must note on the prohibition to smoke and use unprotected light or flame to use 1st if it is forbidden to smoke on board and unprotected light or fire, this prohibition are displayed through: round white tablets with red border and red slash, where a burning cigarette is pictured.
The panels are set up as needed on board or on the catwalk. By way of derogation from § 3.03, their diameter must be 0.60 m no. 3.
2. the panels must be highlighted, if necessary, so that they are clearly visible at night.

§ 3.45 designation of vehicles of the surveillance authorities vehicles of the surveillance authorities lead as a distinctive mark on the forecastle on both sides of the hull a white Rhombus with blue border. Also they lead: a) during the day the national flag, as well as a white pennant with the aforementioned distinctive signs;
(b) by day and night, if it requires the exercise of the Ministry, a blue sparkly light visible from all sides.

§ 3.46 emergency signs 1.
Can show a progress in emergency vehicle that wants to summon help,: a) a flag or other suitable object, which is swung in the district
(b) a flag above or below a ball or a ball-like object;
(c) a light that is panned in the district;
d) rockets or flares with red stars in short spaces;
(e) a light signal, composed of the Morse code... -... (SOS);
(f) a flame signal by burning tar, oil or the like;
g) Red parachute flares or red hand flares;
h) slow and repetitive lifting and lowering the side outstretched arms.
2. these characters replace or supplement the acoustic signal No. 4 after section 4.01.

§ 3.47 prohibition of Stilliegens next to each other 1 unless the side Stilliegen in the vicinity of a vehicle (for example, because of the nature of its cargo) by legal regulation or orders temporary nature of the competent authorities is forbidden, this vehicle on the deck in the longitudinal do: a square table, including a triangular additional Board.
The square Panel is white with a red border on both sides, and wears a red slash and a black "P". The triangular additional panel is white on both sides and indicates the distance in meters in black numbers within which the Stilliegen is prohibited.
2. the panels must be necessary, so light that they are clearly visible at night on both sides of the vehicle.
3. the provisions of this section do not apply to the vehicles referred to in the paragraphs 3.21 and 3.37.

§ 3.48 additional description to protect against wave 1.
In driving vehicles owned or stilliegende, floats and floating facilities, except in the § § 3.27 and 3.41 referred to be protected against waves of passing vehicles or floats may also lead: at night: a red ordinary and an ordinary white light or a red light and a white bright light, the red light about 1 m above the white on one side , where she can be well seen and not confused with other lights
during the day: a flag, whose upper half red and whose lower half white is, in a suitable position and high enough to be visible from all sides. The flag may by two flags one above the other, upper red, the lower white replaced.
The flags may be replaced by tables same color.
2. without prejudice to the articles 3.27 and 3.41 are allowed the designation referred to in point 1 only lead: a), floats and floating facilities, which are heavily damaged or participating in rescue operations and crew vehicles;
b) vehicles, floats, and floating facilities with the written permission of the competent authority.

§ 3.49 additional description of the vehicles run in drive, the works in the water Street
Vehicles, which do work, bearings or measurements in the waterway, may result in drive: at night and during the day: a yellow sparkly light in bright or ordinary, visible from all sides.
Only vehicles with a written permission of the competent authority may carry this designation.
Chapter 4 acoustic signals of the vehicles, radio section 4.01 General 1.
As far as audible are provided in this or in other applicable regulations and not the use of the Bell is prescribed, it must be given as follows: a) on-driven of machine vehicles, except small vehicles in accordance with point (b), by means of mechanically-driven sound devices which are placed sufficiently high that the sound free; spread forward and backwards as far as possible also the acoustic signals produced by these sound devices must comply with the provisions of Appendix 6 of section I;
(b) on vehicles without engine drive and on small vehicles propelled by mechanical means, which do not have a mechanically operated sound device, by means of a suitable horn or a suitable Horn; These characters must the provisions of annex 6 section I. No. 1 (b) and no. 2 letter d match.
2. on vehicles with engine drive, except small vehicles, equal-duration signal must be given at the same time with the acoustic signal. The signal must be yellow, bright and visible from all sides. This does not apply to the character of the Valley radar driver according to § 6.32 No. 4 letter a and not for Bell characters.
3. in the case of a Federation, the required acoustic signal only from the vehicle are to give, is the Director of the Association. This only applies, as far as nothing else is expressly intended.
4. in emergency vehicle that wants to summon help, can ring the Bell or repeatedly long emit tones. These characters replace or supplement the markers by § 3.46. 5.
To ensure audibility of sound character, dB (A) may not exceed under normal operating conditions of the vehicle in drive the sound pressure level at the control booth at head height of the helmsman of 70.
6. a group must last about four seconds from Bell. She can be replaced by repeated blows from metal on metal.

§ 4.02 use the audible 1. without prejudice to other provisions of this regulation must each vehicle, excluding small vehicles referred to in point 2, if necessary, the characters according to annex 6 type.
2. individually small vehicles or small vehicles, which carry only small vehicles or alongside coupled with lead, can, if necessary, the General characters give title A. According to annex 6 section III..

§ 4.03 forbidden audible warning 1.
It is forbidden to use other than the acoustic signals provided for in this regulation, or to use them for which they are not prescribed or permitted under certain circumstances.
2. other Sonic characters allowed understanding from vehicle to vehicle and vehicle and country if this can lead to any confusion with the acoustic signals provided for in this regulation.

§ 4.04 Radio 1 radio equipment on vehicles or floating installations must comply with the requirements of the competent authorities.
2. it's prohibited public message exchange, ship-ship, nautical information and ship port for non-prescribed in this regulation or allowed information or communications permitted by regulations issued by the competent authorities to use the radio on the talk because of the traffic circles.
3. the competent authorities may prescribe for certain vehicles equipped with a radiotelephone installation referred to in point 1.
4. vehicles, public messaging and ship port are equipped with a radiotelephone installation for the public speaking routes, must monitor the in cases specified by the competent authorities of these prescribed way of speaking.
Chapter 5 navigation sign and name of the waterway section 5.01 contains the serving the traffic control shipping characters for bans, commandments, limitations, recommendations and notes the supplementary characters shipping characters 1 Annex 7. At the same time, the importance of these characters is specified there.
2. without prejudice to other provisions of this regulation, as well as the special instructions in individual cases after paragraph 1.19, the skipper have to comply with the orders and pay attention, issued to them by the sign on the waterway or on its banks after number 1 to the recommendations and suggestions.

§ 5.02 contains the name of the water Street to facilitate the shipping label the waterway 1 Annex 8. At the same time, it is there specified the conditions under which the described characters are used.
2. on the entire waterway, the fairway is characterised, relative to a vehicle that follows the course of the waterway according to the system of the page label. The designation of the fairway or the banks refer the terms "right" and "left" on a vehicle to the Valley.
Chapter 6 driving rules section I general article 6.01 definitions 1.
Within the meaning of this chapter, the term "mountain" on the waterway means the direction of the source.
2. This chapter shall apply as: a) "Meet": If two vehicles drive directly opposite or nearly opposite courses.
b) "overtaking": If a vehicle (internationalization) is (Steering ahead) at an angle of more than 22.5 degrees behind the cross line of the latter approaching another vehicle in drive and passes on him.
c) "Cross": If two vehicles other than mentioned in letters a and b closer together.

section 6.01a vehicles vehicles of all sizes, driving at high speed, for example need the necessary space for their course and to manoeuvre wing - and air-cushion vehicles, all other vehicles can at high speed. You can do this to evade them.

§ 6.02 small vehicles 1.
In this chapter, the term "Small cars" means also associations composed only of small vehicles.
2. where provisions of this chapter provide that a driving rule doesn't apply to small vehicles compared to vehicles that are not small vehicles, small cars have except § 6.01a, the necessary space for their course and to manoeuvre these vehicles, vehicles after; they may not require them to Dodge them.
Section II meeting, crossing and overtaking § 6.03 General principles 1.
The meeting or overtaking is permitted only if the channel taking account of local circumstances and other traffic passing sufficient space for granted.
2. when associations are prescribed point of view characters according to §§ 6.04, 6.05 and 6.29 only from the vehicle to show or to give up on the is the leader of the Association.
3. when meeting or overtaking vehicles, which prices exclude any danger of a collision, your course or their speed must not change in such a way, that could bring about the risk of a collision.
4. the encounter is permitted only if the skipper is convinced that the encounter without hazard to other vehicles can be executed.

§ 6.03a crosses 1 crosses itself so that danger of a collision, the vehicle that has the other vehicle to starboard have the courses of two vehicles, Dodge this, and if the circumstances allow it, a crossing of the course before this vehicle avoid. However, the vehicle that has the waters edge on its starboard side and follow it, must maintain the course. This does not apply to other vehicles, which are not small vehicles for small vehicles.
2. number 1 does not apply in the cases of paragraphs 6.13 and 6.14 6.16. 3 crosses are the courses of two small vehicles of different types of drive, that there is a risk of a collision so must notwithstanding number 1 small vehicles with engine drive of all other small cars and small vehicles without engine drive, not driving under sail, the small vehicles under sail back out of. However, a small car that has the waters edge on its starboard side and follow it, must maintain its rate.
(4. the courses of two small vehicles travelling under sail crossing so that there is a danger of collision they have to Dodge by way of derogation as follows each other by number 1: a) if the small vehicles have the wind not from the same page, the small vehicle that has the wind from the port, must dodge the other;
(b) if the small vehicles have the wind from the same page, the upslope side must dodge the downwind side small craft;
(c) when a small vehicle that has the wind from the port side, sifts through another small vehicle in luv and not with safety to determine whether this other vehicle has the wind from port or starboard, it must evade the other.
However, a small car that has the waters edge on its starboard side and follow it, must maintain its rate. This does not apply to vehicles that are not small vehicles for small vehicles.

§ 6.04 meet principles 1.
At the meeting, the climber, taking into account the local circumstances and the other traffic must release a suitable way Valley drivers.
2. Mountain riders who pass Valley driver to port to give no sign.
3. Mountain riders who pass Valley driver to starboard to must show at starboard on time: a) during the day:
a white strong twinkle light or a light blue flag or Board which is panned, or a light blue Panel, coupled with a white bright sparkly light;
(b) in the case of night: a white bright sparkly light, which can be coupled with a blue plaque.
This sign must be visible from the front and from the rear and until termination of the passing. You may no longer be retained, except that the climbers want to show their intention to continue passing Valley driver to starboard.
The light blue Panel must have a white margin of at least 5 cm; the frame, the linkage and the lamp of twinkle light must be darker in colour.
4. must assume, that the intention of the climbers from the Valley riders is not understood, so the climbers must give the following characters: a) "a short tone", if the passing on port side to take place, or b) "two short beeps", if the passing to starboard to occur.
5. without prejudice to the section 6.05 Valley drivers must take the route the climber assign them according to the above provisions; they must return the markers referred to in point 3 and the acoustic signal referred to in point 4 which caused the climber to them.
6. the numbers 1 to 5 do not apply to small vehicles against cars that are not small vehicles and not for the encounter of small vehicles with each other.

Section 6.05 encounter exceptions to the basic rules 1. Byway of derogation from § 6.04 a can) to Valley passenger vessels on regular services, maximum numbering of passengers does not fall below a number set by the competent authority, if they want to apply to a pier, located on the banks of the mountain riders held *, b) moving to Valley towing associations that want to keep a particular bank to turn on , the mountain riders require to release them a different path if the path assigned according to § 6.04 for them is not appropriate. They allowed this only after they have verified that their demands without danger can be met.
2. in the cases of the No. 1 Valley drivers must provide in a timely manner the following characters: a) "a short tone", if the passing on port side to take place;
b) "two short beeps" and also the markers after § 6.04 no. 3, if that passing to starboard to take place.
3. the climber must comply with the desires of the Valley driver and confirm this as follows: a) with "a short tone", if the passing on port side to take place;
(b) with "two short beeps" and the point of view character according to § 6.04 no. 3, if that passing to starboard should take place.
4. must be adopted, that the intentions of the Valley driver by mountain riders have not been understood Valley riders must now repeat the acoustic signal referred to in point 3.
5. recognize that the way required by the Valley riders is not suitable and the danger of a collision, the climber they must give "a string of very short tones". To ward off this danger, the skipper must take all measures which dictate the circumstances.
6. the numbers 1 to 5 do not apply to small vehicles against cars that are not small vehicles, and not for the encounter of small vehicles with each other.

Section 6.06 encounter of getreidelten vehicles at the encounter between one of the Bank getreidelten and a non-getreidelten vehicle the page on which it is getreidelt must be left free by way of derogation from the articles 6.04 and 6.05 always the getreidelten vehicle.

Section 6.07 encounter in the narrow waterway 1.
To a meeting on routes or in places where the waters passing not sufficiently wide for the (fairway Engen) is to avoid, is: a) vehicles must waters narrow to quickly pass through;
(b) in the case of limited visibility vehicles must provide, before they go up in the close confines of a fairway, "a long tone"; they must repeat the audible warning when necessary, especially when the narrow long, during the transit;
(c) mountain riders who realize that a Valley riders going is to enter a narrow fairway, must stop below the Strait until the Valley driver has passed through it;
(d) Valley riders who determine that an association already has gotten a mountain into a narrow fairway, must remain as far as possible, above the narrow, until the climber has passed through it; Vehicles compared to individually to mountain vehicles individually have the same obligation to Valley.
2. the encounter in a narrow fairway is unavoidable, the vehicles have to take all necessary measures for the encounter at a place and in circumstances take place which poses a low risk. Each ship Director who determines that there is a risk of a collision must be "a string of very short tones".

6.08 article by prohibited shipping characters meet 1.
When approaching routes by the Blackboard sign A. 4 (annex 7) are marked, the climbers at the approach of Valley drivers must hold and wait until they pass through the lines.
2. If the competent authorities exclude the encounter as a result that they allow the passage only in one direction, will be a) a ban on the passage through A general prohibitory sign. 1 (annex 7), b) permission to the passage through a general signs E. display 1 (Appendix 7). Depending on local circumstances, the sign that prohibits the transit through the Panel sign B may. 8 (annex 7) will be announced.
3. a signal station decorated to fit the characters referred to in point 2 shows none of these characters, the vehicles must stop and wait for permission to continue of officials of the competent authorities is granted orally, by radio or by character.

Section 6.09 overtaking General provisions 1.
Overtaking is permitted only after the overtaking is sure, that this maneuver without danger can be executed.
2. the vehicle in front should facilitate, as far as this is necessary and possible, the overtaking. He must reduce his speed, if necessary, so that the overtaking manoeuvre safely and quickly runs, that other traffic is not hindered. This does not apply if a small craft overtakes a vehicle, that is not small vehicle.

Section 6.10 overtaking 1 if there is no risk of a collision, the overtaking to port or to starboard of the vehicle in front may overtake.
2. in the case of the overtaking between two vehicles under sail the overtaking must pass basically the page, from the vehicle in front has the wind. This provision does not apply if a small craft being overtaken by another vehicle under sail. A vehicle is overtaken by a vehicle under sail, the vehicle in front should facilitate overtaking on the side, of the overtaking has the wind.
3. when overtaking is possible, without having the vehicle in front should change its course or his speed, is the overtaking no audible.
4. when overtaking cannot be performed without requiring the vehicle in front changes its course, or to worry about is that he has repudiated the intention of overtaking and the risk of a collision may arise, must the overtaking following acoustic signal type: a) "two long and two short beeps", when he wants to; overtaking on port side of the vehicle in front
b) "Two long beeps and a short tone", if he wants to pass to starboard of the vehicle in front.
5. If the vehicle in front can comply with the request of overtaking, must he have enough space the overtaking on the desired side by he dodges, if necessary, to the other side, and following acoustic signal: a) "a short tone", when overtaking on port side;
b) "two short beeps", bringing over to starboard to occur.
6 is possible but on the other hand, overtaking not to by the overtaking desired, must be moving ahead following acoustic signal: a) "a short tone", when overtaking on port side is possible.
b) "two short beeps", if it is possible to get over to starboard.
The overtaking must, if he still wants to pass under those circumstances, following acoustic signal type: "two short tones" in the case of the letter a or "a short tone" in the case of the letter b.
The vehicle in front must allow enough room on the side the overtaking, on which overtaking should take place, by he dodges, if necessary, to the other side.
7. If an overtaking without risk of a collision is possible, he must be moving ahead "five short tones".
8. the numbers 4 to 7 do not apply to small vehicles against cars that are not small vehicles, and not for the overtaking of small vehicles with each other.

Section 6.11 overtaking by shipping characters without prejudice to § of the 6.08 No. 1 is a) a general ban on overtaking on track, their borders by the Blackboard sign A. 2 (annex 7) are marked.
(b) a ban on overtaking for associations with each other on routes, their borders by the Blackboard sign A. 3 (annex 7) are marked. This does not apply if at least one of the associations is a flotilla, the length of which does not exceed 110 m and its width 12 m.
Section III.
Rules for the ride section 6.12 for more travel on routes with prescribed course 1.
On routes with prescribed course is through the Panel sign B. 1, B. 2, B. 3 or B. 4 (annex 7). The end of the track can by the Blackboard sign E. 11 (annex 7) are displayed.
2.
On such a route, climbers must not hinder the ride of the Valley driver; in particular when approaching the Panel sign B. 4 must, if necessary, reduce speed or stop for Valley drivers can finish their maneuvers.

Section 6.13 apply 1 vehicles may only apply after they have verified that other traffic permits without danger and other vehicles not be forced suddenly to change their course or their speed.
2. be the intended maneuver forced other vehicles, to deviate from their course or to change their speed, the vehicle that wants to apply, must in time announce his intention by: a) "A long tone and a short tone", if it wants to avert tax overboard, b) "Long beep and two short beeps", if it wants to use the port.
3. other vehicles must change then, where necessary and possible, their speed and course, turning without the risk to occur. In particular they must contribute towards vehicles that want to turn up, that this maneuver can be run in a timely.
4. the numbers 1 to 3 do not apply to small vehicles against cars that are not small cars. Only the numbers 1 and 3 apply to small vehicles between 5.
On routes, by the Blackboard sign A. 8 (annex 7) are known, the contact is prohibited. However, are routes by the Blackboard sign E. 8 (annex 7) marked to contact, we recommend the boat operator, bearing in mind this paragraph.

Section 6.14 behavior at the exit for vehicles, excluding ferries that leave their mooring or anchorage without contact, applies section 6.13 according to; they have instead of the audible warning according to section 6.13 to no. 2 the following sign: "a short tone", when she set her course to starboard, "two short beeps", when they set their course to port.

Section 6.15 prohibition of driving into it in the intervals between the parts of a tow it is forbidden to drive in the intervals between the parts of a tow.

Section 6.16 entrance in and vehicles may exit from ports and secondary water Street, crossing the waterway 1 in a port or retract a minor waterway only or extend from them or retract in the waterway or they cross, after they have verified that these maneuvers can be performed without causing a danger, and without that other vehicles have to suddenly change their course or their speed. Valley drivers who must turn to the entrance to a harbour or in a secondary waterway has a mountain driver who also want to go, to get the right-of-way. Waterways that apply as a minor waterway, can through a chalkboard sign E. 9 or E. 10 (annex 7) must be labelled.
2. vehicles that intend a maneuver referred to in point 1, that will force other vehicles to do so or can, are forced to change their course or their speed, have their intention in time announced by: a) "Three long beeps and a short tone" when them before or after the exit to set her course to starboard
b) "Three long beeps and two short tones," if they want to set their course before the entrance or exit to port;
c) "three long tones", if they want to cross the main waterway to exit.
3. the other vehicles need to change then, if necessary, their course and their speed. This shall also apply if the Panel sign B. 10 (annex 7) on the main waterway, is situated at the mouth of a harbour or the mouth of a secondary waterway.
4. is a panel sign B. 9 (annex 7) at the exit of a port or a minor waterway, may only retract from the port or the minor waterway vehicles in the main water street or crossing, if this manoeuvre does not force the on the main waterway passing vehicles to change their course or their speed.
5. vehicles may in a port or a secondary waterway does not enter, if on the main waterway the General signs A. 1 in conjunction with the suffix II No. 2 will be shown according to annex 7 section. Vehicles are allowed from a port or a secondary waterway not extend, if at the mouth the General signs A. 1 in conjunction with the suffix II No. 2 will be shown according to annex 7 section.
6. If on the main waterway the General signs E. 1 in conjunction with the suffix II. No. 2 will be shown according to annex 7 section, vehicles in a port or a secondary waterway may enter even if this manoeuvre can force the vehicles driving on the main waterway, to change their course or their speed. You may drive out when at the mouth the character E. 1 in conjunction with the suffix II. No. 2; shown after annex 7 section in this case, the Panel sign B is on the main waterway. 10 (annex 7) shown.
7. the numbers 1 to 3 do not apply to small vehicles against cars that are not small vehicles; Paragraph 4 does not apply to vehicles that are not small vehicles to small cars. The numbers 2 and 3 do not apply to small vehicles with each other.

At the same height only drive section 6.17 may ride on level 1, where the available space without disruption or danger to navigation allows.
2. except when overtaking or when the encounter it is forbidden, closer than 50 m vehicles to drive thrust or tows, which shows a red light after § 3.15 or the Red cone according to § 3.32.
3. without prejudice to the article 1.20, the create or attach to a vehicle or a float in the ride and the ride in the wake of water without the express permission of the skipper is prohibited.
4. water skiers and people who practise water sports without a vehicle, must keep sufficient distance in driving vehicles and floats and floating equipment at work.

Section 6.18 prohibition of grinding letting Trossen, anchors, chain 1.
It is forbidden to grind anchor, lines or chains.
2. the prohibition referred to in point 1 does not apply to small movements on the bed places and not for maneuvering; It is however for such movements and maneuvering on routes, according to § 7.03 no. 1 letter b by the Blackboard sign A. 6 (annex 7) are marked.
3. the prohibition referred to in point 1 shall not apply on routes, according to § 7.03 no. 2 by the Blackboard sign S. 6 (annex 7) are marked.

Paragraph 6.19 drive allow 1.
Driving is forbidden. This prohibition does not apply to small movements on deck -, loading and unloading points.
2. vehicles moving bow to mountain with current in the forward engine to Valley, are not driving vehicles as a climber.

§ 6.20 avoiding wave 1 vehicles must their speed set wave or wake effects, which can cause damage to dead or in driving vehicles or equipment, to avoid, in particular they must: a) before Harbour mouths, b) in the vicinity of vehicles, which are moored on the shore or on moorings or download or delete, c) in the vicinity of vehicles , which shut down on the usual reclining bodies, d) close freely-moving ferry, e) to the competent authorities by a character of A. 9 (systems 7) designated routes their speed in time reduce, but not under the necessary level for their safe management.
2. against small cars the; there is no obligation 1 letters b and c referred to under § 1.04 remains unaffected.
3. in the case of the passing vehicles, the lights after section 3.27 No. 1 letter c or the flag or flags to section 3.41 letter c lead No. 1, or must other vehicles their speed, as in number 1 prescribed, decrease at the passing vehicles, floats, or floating devices, that no. 1 cause the lights or the flag or flags according to § 3: 48 am,. You have to keep also as wide as possible distance.

Section 6.21 associations 1 machine-driven vehicles that move an association, must have a sufficient drive capacity, to ensure the good manoeuvrability of the Association.
2. the pusher craft must, can in time stop the Association without turning on and keeping well steer him.
3. machine driven, vehicles that tow other vehicles, push or carry coupled, must not leave when mooring or anchoring, before the fairway is freed and the leader of the Association has ensured that they are safe.
4. ship-borne barges must only be placed at the top of a pushed train, if anchors are attached to them.

§ 6.22 temporary blocking of navigation if the competent authority by a general signs A. 1 (Appendix 7) is pleased to announce that the navigation is temporarily blocked, all vehicles before the character must stop.

§ 6. 22a passing floating equipment at work, as well as stalled or sunken vehicles is prohibited to passing vehicles referred to in the articles 3.27 and 3.41 on the side, at the the light according to paragraph 3.27 No. 1 letter b and d or the red ball, the red flag or the chalkboard sign A. 1 lead No. 1 (b and d) and no. 2 letter b after section 3.41.
Section IV ferries section 6.23 rules for ferries 1.
Ferries may only cross the waterway if they have verified that other traffic allows for a safe crossing and other vehicles not be forced suddenly to change their course or their speed.
2. not free propelled ferry is in addition: a) while a ferry is not in operation, she must take the berth the competent authority has assigned to you a berth is not assigned, so it must be so, that the waterway remains free;
(b) the operation of longitudinal-cable ferry is prohibited;
(c) the ferry may no longer reside in the fairway, as the business requires it.
Section V. passing of bridges, Weirs and locks section 6.24 passing bridges and Weirs General 1.
The fairway is not sufficiently wide for the simultaneous passage in a bridge or weir opening is 2 § 6.07..
Passing a bridge or weir opening is allowed, and this opening is characterized by: a) the table character A. 10 (annex 7), shipping outside the area delimited by the two boards of this character is prohibited;
(b) the Panel character D. 2 (annex 7), is recommended to keep the space delimited by the two boards of this character.

Section 6.25 passage under fixed bridges 1.
Are certain openings of fixed bridges through one or more red lights or red white red panels (characters A. 1 - Appendix 7), driving through these openings is prohibited.
2. certain holes of fixed bridges characterised by: a) the Panel character D. 1 a (annex 7) or b) through the Panel drawing D. 1b (annex 7), which is placed over the opening of the bridge, is recommended, preferably to use these holes.
The opening is marked, referred to a passage in both directions is allowed. It is characterized, according to point (b) the passage in the opposite direction is prohibited. In this case, the opening on the other side by a character A is. 1 (Appendix 7) referred to.
3. certain holes of fixed bridges are referred to in point 2, the navigation can use the non-marked openings at your own risk.

Section 6.26 driving through movable bridges 1. without prejudice to other provisions of this and other applicable regulations have the instructions to follow the skipper at the approach of a movable bridge and crossing the line, which may be granted by the Bridge Authority for the security and ease of navigation and to speed up the passage.
2. when approaching drawbridges, vehicles must reduce their speed. Can or vehicles do not cross the bridge, they must B, if on the banks of the chalkboard sign. 5 (annex 7) is, stop before this.
3. when approaching drawbridges, overtaking without special statement of the bridges authority is prohibited.
4. the passage can be regulated by the following characters: a) one or more red lights: prohibition of passage;
(b) a red light and a green light next to each other or a red light above a green light: passage is still prohibited, but the bridge is opened, and the vehicles have to make preparations to continue;
(c) one or several green lights: Permission to transit;
(d) two red lights one above the other: the operation to the opening of the bridge for the navigation is interrupted;
(e) a yellow light on the bridge along with the character after the letter a and d: prohibition of passage, except vehicles of low altitude; the passage is allowed in both directions;
(f) two yellow lights on the bridge along with the character after the letter a and d: prohibition of passage, except vehicles of low altitude; the passage in the opposite direction is prohibited.
5 red lights referred to in point 4 may by red white-and red signs (sign A. 1 - Annex 7), the green lights by green-white green signs (sign E. 1 - Appendix 7) and the yellow lights by yellow signs (sign D. 1 - Appendix 7) be replaced.

§ 6.27 passing through the valves 1.
In the area of Weir, it is forbidden to grind anchor, lines or chains.
2. passing a Weir opening is only permitted if these left and right with a general note character E. 1 is marked.
3. the prohibition to drive through a Weir opening, can by one or more red lights or red white red panels (characters A. 1 - Appendix 7) be displayed.
4. by way of derogation from point 2 permission to pass through a Weir opening also by a panel drawing D. attached to the Weir footbridge over the Weir opening 1 (Appendix 7) can be a Weir with Weir footbridge at displayed.

Article 6.28 passing through the locks 1.
The vehicles must reduce their speed when approaching the locks offshore terminals. Can or they want them not readily enter into the sheath, must B when on the banks of the chalkboard sign. 5 (annex 7) is, stop before this.
2. in locks offshore terminals and locks vehicles equipped with a radiotelephone installation for the roundabout, nautical information must monitor the the lock allocated speaking way.
3. inside man is in the order of arrival in the locks offshore terminals. Small vehicles are not allowed to require a particular smuggling. You may only enter when prompted by the lock attendant in the lock Chamber. Small vehicles are allowed if they are channelled along with vehicles that are not small vehicles, the lock drive only after these.
4. when approaching locks, especially in locks offshore, overtaking is prohibited.
5. in the locks, the anchor must be fully taken up; This applies also to locks offshore as long as the anchor is not used.
6. when entering locks, vehicles must reduce their speed so to avoid an impact on Gates, guards, other vehicles, float or floating plants.
7 in the locks of a) are vehicles, unless limits are marked on the lock walls, keep within this;
(b) must cars be moored during the filling and emptying of the lock chamber and the permission to the exit and the fasteners are served, avoid impacts against lock walls, gates, guards or other vehicles or floats;
(c) are fender to use; These must be buoyant, if they are not connected to the vehicle;
(d) is it prohibited to spill water on sluice platforms or other vehicles or floats by vehicles or floats or flow out;
e) the drive unit only in exceptional cases must be used for mooring of the vehicle up to the permission to the exit, to ensure the safety of the smuggling.
8. in locks and sluices offshore terminals, a lateral distance must be adhered to a vehicle and associations that give blue light after § 3.14 or the blue cone according to section 3.32, of at least 10 m. This does not apply for vehicles and associations that use the same title.
9 vehicles and associations that give a red light after § 3.15 or a red cone according to § 3: 33, be removed individually.
10 vehicles and associations that give blue light after § 3.14 or the blue cone according to section 3.32, is introduced together with passenger ships.
11. the sluice supervisory may grant orders for safety and ease of transport to speed up the passage or to the full exploitation of the locks, which supplement this paragraph or deviate from it. The vehicles have these arrangements to follow in locks and sluices offshore terminals.

§ 6. 28a running-in and riding from locks 1.
Drive into the sheath is governed by point of view character during the day and at night, which are placed on one side or on both sides of the lock. These characters mean: a) two red lights one above the other: forbidden drive, lock out of order;
(b) a red light or two red lights side by side: entrance forbidden to lock closed;
(c) the termination of one of the two red lights side by side or a red and a green light next to each other or a red light above a green light: entrance forbidden, opening the lock is being prepared;
(d) a green light or two green lights next to each other: exit permits.
2. the driving out of the lock is day and night following markers regulated by: a) a red light or two red lights: exit prohibited;
(b) a green light or two green lights: Exit permits.
3 red lights according to paragraphs 1 and 2 may by a Board sign A. 1 (Appendix 7) are replaced. Green lights according to paragraphs 1 and 2 may through a chalkboard sign E. 1 (Appendix 7) are replaced.
4. the light and Panel signs are out of service, entry and exit without special arrangement are the sluice supervisory prohibited.

§ 6.29 precedence in the smuggling by way of derogation from article 6.28 No. 3 have priority in the smuggling: a) vehicles of the competent authorities of the Fire Department, the police or the customs administration, are walking in exercise urgent official tasks;
(b) vehicles with permit dre approaching authorities and the red flag after § 3.36. are such vehicles the locks offshore terminals or they are still in it, the other vehicles, must facilitate as far as possible, their transit them.
Section VI. limited visibility, radar navigation article 6.30 General rules for driving in conditions of limited visibility 1.
All vehicles in terms of visibility at a safe speed to go when visibility is limited. You must be equipped with a radiotelephone installation for ship-ship traffic circles and ship shore which must be in good operating condition and comply with the requirements of the competent authorities. There is a lookout on the forecastle to set up associations but only on the first vehicle. He must be in sight or earshot of the skipper or the leader of the Association or be connected by a voice connection with him. The vehicles must give the audible after the articles 6.32 and 6.33 and the prescribed night called of the ride vehicles.
2. vehicles must stop as soon as they no longer can continue with regard to the limited visibility, the other traffic and the local circumstances without risk. Towing associations need to stop at the next convenient place if an understanding point of view character is no longer possible between the towed vehicles and a vehicle with a machine drive at the head of the Association.
3. vehicles which use radar, may consider when deciding to make the trip or to continue, and for the calculation of the speed radar detection. However, you must consider the reduced visibility of other vehicles.
4. at the moment, the fairway is as far as possible free to make.
5. when driving in conditions of limited visibility, the vehicles which are equipped with a radiotelephone installation for ship-ship traffic circle, the channel 16 must (in the area of the Federal Republic of Germany: channel 10) monitor. For the traffic circle, ship shore is the channel 10 *) to use. Other vehicles, you must provide the information required for the safety of navigation.
6 vehicles, which will continue the drive, must at the meet so far keep right, how's passing for one to port is required. § 6.04 do not apply in limited visibility conditions no. 3 to 5 and § 6.05, except number 5, which refers to a series of short tones.
---*) Federal Republic of Germany: channels will be announced separately.

§ 6.31 audible at the Stilliegen 1 vehicles and floats, which stilliegen in the fairway or in its vicinity outside the ports or the Sun sites designated by the competent authorities, must when visibility is limited, as soon as and as long as they one of the after section 6.32 No. 4 letter a and no. 5 letter a or according to § 6.33 No. 2 hear prescribed audible warning of an approaching vehicle, enter following audible : a) "a group of Bell", if they stilliegen on the left side of the fairway.
b) "two groups of Bell", if they stilliegen on the right side of the fairway;
(c) "three groups of Bell blows" if its position is indeterminate).
2. audible warning can be repeated at intervals of not longer than one minute.
3. paragraphs 1 and 2 do not apply to deferred vehicles in a flotilla. When Koppel associations, they apply only to one of the vehicles of the Association. The numbers 1 and 2 for the tractor and the last Appendix apply when a tow.
4. this paragraph also applies to vehicles that are bogged down in the fairway or in its vicinity, and can endanger other vehicles.

§ 6.32 provisions for radar rider 1.
(Considered to be a vehicle that is equipped with the following devices and use them for the ride when visibility is limited radar rider: a) a radar device and a device for indicating the rate of turn. the equipment must be in perfect working condition and comply with the requirements of the competent authorities;
b) a radiotelephone installation for ship-ship traffic circles and ship shore after § 6: 30 No. 1; This system must be in good operating condition and comply with the requirements of the competent authorities;
(c) a device for dispensing the three beep after § 1.01 no. 24-2 uses a vehicle with the use of radar in person well familiar to the shipping and a second with this kind of person sufficiently trusted shipping must adhere to in the wheelhouse constantly his radar device for a ticket, which would be impossible without radar. The wheelhouse with a radar - a man helm is equipped, it is sufficient if the second person if necessary, immediately accessible in the control panel.
3. radar rider shall be exempt from the obligation to set up a lookout after § 6: 30 No. 1 unless the captain able, to hear the audible warning.
4. once a radar rider in the descent on the radar screen noticed vehicles whose site or course could cause a hazard, or when he approaches a distance of on the radar screen yet not too perceptive vehicles may find, he needs a) the three tone, is to repeat as often as necessary; This does not apply to small vessels;
(b) all other accordance with good shipping practice can take necessary measures (for example speed decrease, hold side of the fairway, if necessary, stop).
5. as soon as a driver of radar in mountain driving hears the sound sign for number 4 letter a or on the radar screen noticed vehicles whose site or course could cause a risk, or when approaching a track, in which on the radar screen yet not too perceptive vehicles could reside, he must be a) in paragraph 6.33 No. 2 give prescribed audible and Valley riders via radiotelephony his vehicle type , its name, its location, its direction and the page the Passby communicated;
(b) all other accordance with good shipping practice can take necessary measures (for example speed decrease, hold side of the fairway, if necessary, stop).
6 radar drivers in the downturn must answer the mountain riders via radiotelephony and share with their type of vehicle, their names, their location and their direction of travel and the proposed page passing the confirm or request another page. Small vehicles must share with their type of vehicle, their names, their location and their direction and indicate to which side they go.
7 radar drivers overtake only after they have agreed via radiotelephony, overtaking should be on which side, and only if, the fairway is sufficiently broad.
8. for associations, the numbers 2 and 4 to 7 of the vehicle on which the leaders of the Association is located shall apply.
9 radar drivers who notice vehicles on the radar screen, whose site or course could cause a risk and which do not respond via radiotelephony, must make timely action to prevent a collision.

Section 6.33 provisions for vehicles that are not radar rider 1 vehicles that are not radar drivers when visibility is limited, must according to § 6: 30 have a lookout and be equipped with a radiotelephone installation.
2. individual vehicles must provide "two long beeps" limited visibility "a long tone" and vehicles, on which is located the leader of an association; the sound character can be repeated at least once per minute.
3. small vehicles that are not radar driver, the sound characters can be referred to in point 2; This character can be repeated.
4. vehicles that are not radar drivers when visibility is limited, must, as soon as they hear the three tone signal according to paragraph 6.32 No. 4 letter a: a) if they are near a shore: stay on this Bank and where, if necessary, until the end of the passing another vehicle stop.
(b) if they in the waters are, especially when they switch from one bank to another: the fairway make as far and as fast as possible free.
5. vehicles that are not radar rider, must as soon as they referred to in point 2 of another apparently provided the vehicle listen the mist character, necessary decrease their speed on that to their secure control and drive with extreme caution or, if necessary, stop or turn.
Section VII.
Special rules section 6.34 (deleted) article 6.35 water skiing and water skiing or the exercise of similar activities is similar activities 1 only during the day and allows for clear. The competent authorities shall identify the areas in which these activities are allowed or prohibited.
2. the Director of the vehicle that pulls the water skiers, must be accompanied by a person who is entrusted with the supervision of the towing operation and the water skiers and is able to perform those tasks.
3. If they are not in a fairway that is reserved for only them, passing vehicles, and water skiers must comply with a sufficient distance to other vehicles, the shore and bathers.
4. the tow may not be tightened.

§ 6.36 behavior of vehicles at fishing the trolling by several vehicles side by side as well as the installation of equipment in the fairway or on designated berths is prohibited.

§ 6.37 behavior of sports divers scuba diving without permission is prohibited in places where navigation might be impeded, in particular: a) on the usual route of vehicles that lead the characters to the SEC. 3.16 and 3.34, b) front of port entrances, c) close to sun set, d) in areas that are reserved for water skiing or similar activities.
Chapter 7 rules for the Stilliegen
§ 7.01 General principles must choose the vehicles and floats so close her berth for the Stilliegen 1 without prejudice to the other provisions of this regulation on the banks, as their depth and the local conditions allow; they must not hinder navigation.
2. without prejudice to the limitations imposed in the individual case by the competent authorities of the berth must be selected so for a floating plant, that the waterway for shipping remains free.
3. stilliegende vehicle, vehicle composition and floats, floating facilities must be sufficiently safely anchored or moored, that can follow the fluctuations in water level, pose no danger and do not interfere with the other shipping, to take account of current, wind, wave and suction effects.

§ 7.02 stilliegen 1 may not stilliegen vehicles, floats, and floating facilities a) sections of the waterway for the is a general style sunbathing ban;
(b) on routes designated by the competent authorities;
(c) on routes, by the Blackboard sign A. 5 (annex 7) are marked on the side of water Street, on which stands the table signs;
(d) under bridges and power lines;
(e) in the area of waters narrow to article 6.07, as well as in the range of routes, which would be supplemented by the Stilliegen to fairway Engen;
f) at mouths of secondary water Street;
(g) in the line of ferries;
h) in the course, vehicles when applying on piers or when use;
(i) on turning points, by the Blackboard sign E. 8 (annex 7) are marked.
(j) in addition to a vehicle that leads the characters to § 3.47 within distance, which is indicated on the triangular white supplementary table in metres;
(k) on water surfaces, by the Blackboard sign A. 5.1 (Appendix 7) are identified and whose width, measured by the characters on this in meters is specified.
2. on sections where the Stilliegen is prohibited 1 letter a by number to (d), vehicles, floats, and floating equipment only on Sun sites may stilliegen, by one of the Panel marks E. 5 to E. 7 (annex 7) are marked. Here are the sections 7.03 up 7.06 to comply.

§ 7.03 anchors 1 vehicles, floats, and floating equipment may not anchor: a) on sections of the waterway that is a general prohibition of the anchor;
(b) on routes, by the Blackboard sign A. 6 (annex 7) are marked on the side of water Street, the sign reads.
2. on sections where anchoring is prohibited referred to in point 1(a), vehicles, floats, and floating facilities only on routes may anchor, by the Blackboard sign S. 6 (annex 7) are marked, and only on the side of water Street, the sign reads.

§ 7.04 mooring 1 vehicles, floats, and floating facilities on the shore not do set: a) on sections of the waterway for which exists a general prohibition of fixed-mongering;
(b) on routes, by the Blackboard sign A. 7 (annex 7) are marked on the side of water Street, the sign reads.
2. on sections where mooring on the shore is prohibited by number 1 (a), vehicles, floats, and floating facilities only on routes may Moor, by the Blackboard sign E. 7 (annex 7) are marked, and only on the side of water Street, the sign reads.
3. trees, fences, posts, boundary stones, pillars, metal ladders, handrails and other similar items may be used for mooring, nor to the warping.

§ 7.05 deck posts 1.
On deck posts, by the Blackboard sign E. 5 (annex 7) are marked, may stilliegen vehicles and floats on the side of water Street, on which stands the character;
2. on deck posts, by the Blackboard sign E. 5.1 (Appendix 7) are marked, may stilliegen vehicles and floats on the water surface, whose width measured from the sign on this in meters is specified.
3. on deck posts, by the Blackboard sign E. a.5.2 (annex 7) are marked, may stilliegen vehicles and floats on the water surface, which is limited by the two distances, which are measured by the characters on this in meters.
4. on deck posts, by the Blackboard sign E. 5.3 are marked may no longer vehicles and floats stilliegen on the side of water Street, on which stands the sign, side by side, as is indicated in Roman numerals on the sign.
5. on deck make vehicles must stilliegen, as far as no other provisions, on the side of water Street, on which stands the table character and side by side along the shore.
6 in addition to the shore character can a sun spot by following floating signs marked be: a) on the right side of the fairway by buoys A. 5 (annex 8);
(b) on the left side of the fairway by buoys A. 6 (annex 8).
These floating characters separate the fairway of the bed posts.

Section 7.06 deck bodies for certain types of vehicle deck positions, by one of the table signs E. 5.4 to E. 5.12 (annex 7) are marked, may stilliegen only the types of vehicles to which the mark applies, and only on the side of water Street, on which the sign is.

Section 7.07 stilliegen nearby vehicles, thrust - and coupling associations, specific dangerous goods transport 1.
To minimum following distances when the Stilliegen are between vehicles, thrust or coupling associations: a) 10 m if one carries flammable goods of them;
(b) 50 metres, if one carries toxic goods by them;
(c) 100 metres, when one of them explosive goods.
2. for the Stilliegen, the competent authority in special cases may admit exceptions.

Section 7.08 guard and supervision 1.
On board vessels, which stilliegen in the wake of a deployable Guard must stay constantly.
2. all other dead vehicles must, be under the supervision of a person if local circumstances so require or the competent authorities shall require this, which is able to intervene immediately in case of need.
3. stilliegender vehicles that lead the characters according to the sections 3.14 and 3.32, aboard a deployable Guard must stay constantly. Vehicles without a crew, leading the character to the articles 3.14 and 3.32, may stilliegen in dock and sunbathing places where supervision is ensured.
Part two special provisions for the German part of the Danube section 8 special arrangements to individual provisions of the first part § 8.01 definitions (§ 1.01) 1 by way of derogation from § 1.01 no. 2 are vehicles with an automatic auxiliary drive, the only small movements (for example, in ports or terminals) or is used to increase the control ability of the vehicles in a Federation as vehicles propelled by mechanical means.
2. without prejudice to the provision of § 1.01, no. 29 applies to the Federal Danube waterway as a) "Waters": the usable at the respective water and according to the local circumstances of the ship traffic through part of the waterway;
b) "Fairway": the part of the fairway where continuous vessel traffic certain widths and depths are available, is aimed at maintaining.

§ 8.02 responsibilities of the crew and other persons on Board (§ 1.03) by way of derogation from § 1.03 are no. 2 members of the crew and other persons on board, temporarily independently the course and speed of the vehicle to determine extent also for compliance with this regulation and within the scope of paragraphs 1.22 and 8.05 adopted arrangements responsible.

§ 8.02a responsibilities which crew and other persons on Board (articles 1.02 and 1.03) may 1 without prejudice to the provisions of § 1.02 the captain not through fatigue, influence of alcohol, drugs, drugs or for any other reason be affected.
At a blood alcohol concentration of 0.8 or more alcohol or an amount of alcohol in the body, which leads to such blood-alcohol concentration, the boat operator, it is forbidden to operate the vehicle.
2. without prejudice to the provisions of § 1.03 serving ship crew members and other persons on board who temporarily independently determine the course and speed of the vehicle must not be impaired by fatigue, influence of alcohol, drugs, drugs or any other reason.
At a blood alcohol concentration of 0.8 or more alcohol or an amount of alcohol in the body, which leads to a such blood alcohol concentration, the persons referred to in clause 1, it is forbidden to determine the course and speed of the vehicle.

Section 8.03 cast rudder (section 1.09) Byway of derogation from article 1.09 No. 1 does not apply the age requirement for small vehicles without engine.

§ 8.04 ship documents (section 1.10) 1.
In national traffic, which must be in section 1.10 No. 1 letter a, b, and d designated ship documents on board the vehicles are also the statement of the registration plates on board small vessels. Logbook in the sense of § 1.10 No. 1 letter d is also the Board - or logbook.
2.
In addition the certificates and accompanying documents for the carriage of certain dangerous goods, in particular the transport document issued by the sender, the sender to be with written instructions for all dangerous goods on board, print of the Appendix B to annex 1 (ADNR) inland waterway transport of Ordinance on hazardous goods, the approval certificate of the vessel must be located after the ADNR, on board. Article 2 No. 2 of the Decree of 7 April 1992 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 860) shall remain unaffected.

Section 8.05 derogation may make the authority by this regulation derogations tentatively or to the amendment of this regulation temporarily orders temporary nature (section 1.22) by section 1.22 up to the period not exceeding three years. Are in each applicable version on board, excluding small vessels, carrying imprints these regulations and regulation according to § 1.11.

Section 8.06 characteristics of vehicles, except small vehicles (§ 2.01) 1. Byway of derogation from § 2.01 no. 1 letter a can be the name also be fitted on vehicles without engine drive, that it is not visible from the rear.
2. by way of derogation from § 2.01 no. 6 must not lead their national flag domestic vehicles. Other flags are not permitted in their place.

Section 8.07 draught (section 2.04) § 2.04 no. 2 applies only to vehicles subject to investigation.

Section 8.08 night designation of small vehicles in ride (paragraph 3.13) 3.13 1 § No. 2 does not apply to individual small vehicles with engine drive, except dinghies, with a length of less than 7 m if they can drive faster than 10 km/h (ride through the water).
2. by way of derogation from point 1 and section 3.13 small vehicles can lead also the lights prescribed by section 3.13 of the inland navigation road-order in each applicable version.

sec. 8.08a designation and multi-purpose vehicles of the Bundeswehr 1 driving rules.
The multipurpose vehicles of the Bundeswehr in addition visible yellow ordinary sparkly light or a visible from all sides yellow bright sparkly light that must be switched on at night and during the day no. 1 and introduce about 1 m above the Topplichtes while driving at night the lights according to section 3.08 from all sides.
2. the vehicles Act referred to in point 1 while driving basically like small vehicles. § 6.02 shall apply.

Additional designation for transport of dangerous goods by way of derogation from the sections 3.14, 3.15, 3.21, 3.22, 3.32, 3.33, 3.37 and 3.38 may § 8.09 vehicles for transport of dangerous goods on the Danube from km 2414,60 to km 2223,20 also lead to additional lights prescribed the sections 3.14, 3.21, 3.32 and 3.37 of the inland navigation road-order in each applicable version and cone. Vehicles carrying flammable liquids of categories K3 or have carried, must complete a blue cone or a blue light in this case. Vehicles that must complete two blue cones or two blue lights under the provisions referred to in sentence 1, need to do this also on the mentioned route.

§ 8.10 night designation of vehicles at the Stilliegen (section 3.20) § 3.20 No. 4 also applies to a) vehicles which are moored on a floating plant and are sufficiently illuminated by this, b) small vehicles that are moored in a width of a floating plant, c) vehicles with the permission of the competent authority.

§ 8.11 night called of stilliegender swimming body (§ 3.25) § 3.25 does not apply to float, the a) include an assortment of vehicles or to an association, when vehicle lying on the side of the fairway No. 1 leads the light section 3.20, b) protrude less than 5 metres in the waterway.

Section 8.12 designation of fire-fighting vehicles (paragraph 3.45) § 3.45 2(b) also applies to fire-fighting vehicles are traveling to the assistance.

§ 8.13 forbidden audible warning (§ 4.03) by way of derogation from § 4.03 May 2 No. audible to the understanding between vehicle and not be given land in the area of built-up areas on the waterway.

§ 8.14 guard and supervision (section 7.08) 1.
On vehicles that are moored on the shore, or stilliegen outside of the fairway a deployable Guard must stay constantly, if a) passengers on board are, b) they explosive and other goods after transport, radioactive goods or Annex 10 c) they are leak.
By way of derogation from article 7.08 No. 2 must be all other dead vehicles a person under the supervision of, which is able to intervene immediately in case of need, unless that local conditions do not require it or the competent authority to permit an exception. Such a person, who is to order from the captain or ship-owners, can be responsible for several vehicles. Sentences 2 and 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis for buoyancy and floating facilities.
2. a guard can assume the guard for several vehicles referred to in point 1 or § 7.08 if they lie side by side and a transition from one to another one.
3. paragraph 3 does not apply if the competent authority allows an exception or local conditions do not require a supervisory.
4. a guard or a supervisor is for stilliegende vehicles, floats, and floating facilities, this takes the place of the skipper (§ 1.02).

§ 8.15 stay-away signal 1 vehicles need to incidents or accidents that can cause a be free of dangerous goods transported on them according to annex 9 or 10, raise the stay away signal, if the crew unable to avert the risks by becoming free for persons or the shipping. This does not apply for barges and other vessels without engine drive. If these however belong to an association, the stay away signal required by the vehicle, is the Director of the Association.
2. the Bleig-off signal consists of a sound and light signal. The sound character consists of at least 15 minutes alternating repetition of a short and a long sound. At the same time with the acoustic signal the light signals must be given no. 2 after section 4.01. The stay away signal must expire automatically after triggering; the trigger must be such that it can be actuated unintentionally.
3. vehicles which carry the stay away signal, must take all measures to avert the danger. In particular they a must) if they drive toward the danger zone, staying as far away from this and, if necessary, turn;
b) if they are already passed to the danger zone, continue as quickly as possible.
4. the vehicles referred to in point 3 are immediately following measures must be taken: - are to close all Windows and vents leading to the outside, - all unprotected fire and lights are to delete, - smoking is to set - the not required for the operation of auxiliary equipment are to turn off,-is generally to avoid any sparks.
Is the vehicle to stop, are all still in operation stopped the engines and auxiliary machinery or de-energised.
5. paragraph 4 shall apply to vessels which stilliegen close to the danger zone, as soon as they perceive the stay away signal; If necessary, the vehicle is to leave.
6. If execution of the measures pursuant to paragraphs 3 to 5, currents and wind direction are taken into account.
7. the measures are to take, if the stay away signal to the banks is thrown on the vehicles according to paragraphs 3 to 6.
8. the skipper who perceive the stay away signal must report this immediately the competent authority.
Chapter 9 assembling the vehicles § 9.01 dimensions of vehicles single vehicle shall not exceed on the below routes the following dimensions: route number section length width m m 1 railway bridge Kräutelstein (km 2223,30) - Vilshofen (km 2249,00) 110,00 / 120,001 *) 22.80 2 Vilshofen (km 2249.00) - Main-Danube Canal (km 2411,60) 110,00 11,40 3 Main-Danube Canal (km 2411,60) - Kelheim (km 2414,72) 55.00 11,40 1 *) for vehicles, the keel of the 1. July 1990 was created.

§ 9.02 dimensions of pushed trains pushed trains shall not exceed on the below routes the following dimensions: a) in the ascent: route number section length width m m 1 railway bridge Kräutelstein (km 2223,30) - Vilshofen (km 2249,00) 185,00 22.80 2.1 Vilshofen (km 2249,00) - upstream sheath Straubing (km 2325,50) 110,00 22,80 11,40 of 2.2 or 185,00 2.3 at water levels of 350 cm and more on the level hofkirchen 185,00 22.80 3 Headrace sheath Straubing (km 2325,50) - 110,00 22,80 upstream lock Geisling (km 2355,00) 4 upstream lock Geisling () (km 2355,00) - 185,00 22.80 Regensburg railway bridge of Schwabelweis (km 2376,80) 5 Regensburg railway bridge of Schwabelweis (km 2376,80) - 185,00 11.40 Main-Danube Canal (km 2411,60) 6 main-Danube Canal (km 2411,60) - 55,00 11.40 Kelheim (km 2414,72) b) in the descent: route number section length width m m 1 Kelheim (km 2414,72) - Main-Danube Canal (km 2411,60) 55.00 11.40 2 Main-Danube Canal (km 2411,60)-Regensburg railway bridge of Schwabelweis (km 2376,80) 185,00 11.40 3 Regensburg railway bridge of Schwabelweis (km 2376,80)-Oberwasser lock Geisling (km 2355,00) 185,00 22.80 4 upstream lock Geisling (km 2355,00) - upstream lock Straubing (km 2325,50) 110,00 11.40 5 upstream water lock (km 2325,50) - Straubing Vilshofen (km 2249,00) 110.00 22.80 6
Vilshofen (km 2249,00) - railway bridge Kräutelstein (km 2223,30) 185,00 22,80 § 9.03 dimensions of tows tows must not exceed dimensions following the below routes: route number section length width m m 1 railway bridge Kräutelstein (km 2223,30) - Vilshofen (km 2249,00) 110,00 34,20 2 Vilshofen (km 2249,00) - upstream lock Geisling (km 2355,00) 110,00 22.80 3 Headrace lock Geisling (km 2355,00) - Regensburg railway bridge of Schwabelweis (km 2376,80) 110,00 34,20 4 Regensburg railway bridge of Schwabelweis (km 2376,80) - Main-Danube Canal (km 2411,60) 110,00 11.40 5 Main-Danube Canal (km 2411,60) Kehl home () (km 2414,72) 55.00 11.40 § 9.04 compilation of towing associations towing associations may not exceed the below lines following dimensions and groupings: a) in mountain driving: route number section number on the trailing vehicle alongside coupled vehicles number of vehicles width m series introduced in the annex 1 railway bridge Kräutelstein (km 2223,30) - Vilshofen (km 2249,00) 1 4 22,80 2.1 Vilshofen (km 2249,00)-Oberwasser lock Geisling (km 2355,00) - 11.40 5 1 1 22,80 or 2.2 or 2.3 - 2 22,80 3 Headrace lock Geisling () (km 2355,00) - Regensburg railway bridge of Schwabelweis (km 2376,80) 1 4 22,80 4 Regensburg railway bridge of Schwabelweis (km 2376,80) - Main-Danube Canal (km 2411,60) 1 2 11.40 5 Main-Danube Canal (km 2411,60) - Kelheim (km 2414,72) 11.40 1B) in the downturn: route number section number on the trailing vehicle alongside coupled vehicles number of vehicles width m series introduced in the annex 1 Kelheim (km 2414,72) - Main-Danube Canal (km 2411,60) - 1 11.40 2 Main-Danube Canal (km 2411,60) - Regensburg railway bridge of Schwabelweis (km 2376,80) - 1 22,80 3.1 Regensburg railway bridge of Schwabelweis (km 2376,80) - underwater lock Geisling (km 2353,80) 1 1 30.00 3.2 or 1 2 22,80 4 underwater lock Geisling (km 2353,80)-Unterwasser lock Straubing (km 2321,40) 1 1 22,80 5.1 underwater sheath Straubing (km 2321,40) - railway bridge (km 2223,30) Kräutelstein 1 1 30.00 5.2 or Vilshofen (km 2249,00) - lock Kahlet underwater (km 2230,30) 1 2 22,80 § 9.05 exceptions that competent authority may allow by the sections 9.01 9.04 exceptions , if not endanger the security and ease of navigation this.
Chapter 10 supplementary provisions § 10.01 highest navigation level 1.
The water level has reached the highest shipping water level (HSW) or exceeded, navigation including translation traffic it must be. The highest navigation level, as well as the sections for which they are apply, listed in the following composition: Level water level section Oberndorf 480 Kehl home - lock Regensburg Regensburg-Schwabelweis 520 sheath Regensburg - lock Geisling Straubing 505 Geisling - Straubing Pfelling 620 Straubing - Deggendorf hofkirchen 480 Deggendorf - Schalding Passau Danube 780 Schalding - Jochen stone 2.
The competent authority can allow 1 set 1 exceptions by number, if not endanger the security and ease of navigation this.

Section 10.02 Radio 1 engine powered vehicles, floating devices and free travelling ferries must with a ship radio station for the public - nautical information channel 18 (156,900 MHz/161,500 MHz) channel 20 (157,000 MHz/161,600 MHz) channel 22 (157,100 MHz/161,700 MHz)-ship-ship channel 10 (156,500 MHz) be equipped.
2. number 1 and § 6: 30 No. 1 sentence 2 do not apply to small vehicles.
3. the ship radio stations referred to in paragraph 1 may only in accordance with the inland navigation radio regulation of 22 February 1980 (BGBl. I p. 169), as last amended by the regulation of 6 November 1996 (BGBl. I S. 1683), operated in the currently valid version are.
4. machine-driven vehicles in ride and floating devices and free-moving ferry during operation must be constantly ready in the roundabout of ship-ship on channel 10. They allowed for the transmission of messages on other channels to leave channel 10 in the short term. By way of derogation from sentence 1 channel of for each lock operation Office must be in the prep areas turned on.
5. the competent authority may permit exemptions 3 and 4 by the numbers 1, provided does not endanger the safety and ease of navigation this.

Section 10.03 stalled vehicles attempting to get stalled vehicles through their own power or with the help of free third party, require the permission of the competent authority.

Section 10.04 stop moving Valley towing associations 1 Valley travellers towing associations need to rotate before stopping.
2. number 1 does not apply to stop in an emergency, waiting on smuggling, as well as in offshore of locks, locks canals and ports.

§ 10.05 slow thrust associations 1.
A flotilla may exercise no towing activities.
2. number 1 does not apply to pushed trains, in length 110.00 m and their width 11.40 m and when the sliding vehicle for towing is allowed to not exceed.
3. a flotilla with one or several vehicles into the annex represents a towing Association within the meaning of § 1.01 no. 12. In this case, the flotilla is regarded as machine drive at the top of a tow vehicle.

Section 10.06 pushed trains, vehicles other than barges carrying 1.
A flotilla may vehicles that are no barges, coupled only alongside and carrying only if it consists of the pusher craft and one or more barges in a line in a row.
2. push barges that have thrust facilities at the bow and at the stern, considered barges in the application of the provisions contained in paragraph 1. Pusher barges that have thrust facilities only at the rear, may only be moved in line with the precedent car if they are at the head of the Association.

§ Barges and other vehicles without rudder may 10.07 movements of barges and other vehicles without rudder outside a pushed train just moving be a) alongside coupled to a vehicle with machine drive;
(b) in towing associations alongside coupled to one or more vehicles with a, for all vehicles imported in the same series, sufficient control capability.

Section 10.08 movements of vehicles with steering system vehicles which are not equipped with a head rowing may in associations only so carried, that shows her bow to the top of the Association. This does not apply to small changes of location (for example, in ports or terminals).
Chapter 11 protection ports (section 1.25) § 11.01 scope the provisions of this chapter apply in the marinas of Deggendorf (km 2283,90 the left bank) and Passau-Lindau (km 2222,10 the left bank).

§ 11.02 use the protection of ports 1.
(A must include in the safe haven of Deggendorf) above from km 2284,30 only vehicles of the Federal Government and of the country, b) below km 2284,30 use only vehicles of commercial shipping. By way of derogation, in the period from 1 March to 31 October, only small vehicles may use the water surface from km 2284,30 to km 2284,03 in a series of 20 m in front of the left bank of the port. Vehicles carrying dangerous goods, may enter only with prior approval of the competent authority in the port.
Only vehicles may use 2. Passau-Lindau's safe haven, carrying flammable liquids.

§ 11.03 port wardens has ordered the competent authority for the marinas of port warden, they perform the tasks incumbent on the competent authority.

§ 11.04 login / logout, allocation of berths 1.
The skipper must sign before the exit and login after running their vehicles upon presentation of the ship certificates and charging papers immediately with the competent authority or the port warden.
2. the competent authority or the harbour supervisor can assign berths the vehicles. At the request of the competent authority or of the harbour supervisor, the vehicles of an assigned berth to another must move.

Section 11.05 keeping the supervision must be no. 3 according to section 8.14 of the competent authority or the port warden are named.

§ 11.06 docking in the ports of refuge must be anchored only in emergencies. The letting of anchoring is permitted.

Section 11.07 Harbour entrance in the port entrance vehicles only with the permission of the competent authority or of the harbour supervisor must stilliegen. A vehicle may drive only in the Harbour entrance, if a moving out has passed through it.

Section 11.08 incidents, that the security and ease of navigation in the port of refuge are can endanger the competent authority or the port warden immediately to show obligation.

Section 11.09 of arrangements for the danger to ensure that vehicles carrying dangerous goods, move at a danger and the fire-fighting equipment on board can be operated.

Section 11.10 tankers also allowed hatches of tank vessels of type V be not open during the existence in the marinas.

Section 11.11 repair work repair work on the vehicles are allowed in the marinas are carried out only with the permission of the competent authority or of the harbour supervisor.

Section 11.12 ice 1.
The skipper must keep on ice for supply at least a large enough place in the immediate vicinity of their vehicle free of ice.
2.
The competent authority or the port warden can instruct the skipper, perform the necessary work to keep the vehicles to protect against ice pressure ice.

Section 11.13 exceptions which can be competent authority or the port warden admit exceptions to the provisions of this section if not endanger the security and ease of navigation as a result.
Chapter 12 small vehicles para 12.01 driving on the old water 1 small vehicles that are equipped with an engine may not accessible to the backwaters (for example water surface behind the parallel works or control dams). This shall not apply in the case of vehicles used to carry out a professional fishing or hunting right.
2. number does not apply to and departures from sunbathing places, which are approved by the competent authority 1 sentence 1.
Chapter 13 special driving and sunbathing provisions for individual sections of the German part of the Danube section I. drive storage attitudes bad Abbach-Geisling and § 13.01 Kahlet controlled encounter for the encounter on the track a) between the mouth of the main-Danube Canal (km 2411,60) and the upstream of the lock Geisling (km 2355,00);
(b) between Vilshofen (km 2249,00) and scarf thing (km 2234,50) the following rules apply: 1. by way of derogation from § 6.04 the mountain and the Valley riders at the meet must set their course so far to starboard, that the passing without the risk of port to port can take place.
2. Mountain driver may require that the passing according to the rules of the § 6.04 held starboard to starboard, if to a secondary water Street, a port, a loading and unloading place, a land bridge or a mooring most banks rake go delete, by a charge on the right bank, leave create or reclining position or from a secondary waterway or want to leave a port on the right bank. This applies only if they have previously verified that can satisfy their demands without danger.
3. paragraph 2 shall apply accordingly for Valley riders who want to ride on one of the listed institutions on the left bank or depart from there.
4. Valley riders who make 3 use of the possibility referred to, must in time "two short beeps" and also the markers give no. 3 according to section 6.04. The climber must correspond to the desire of the Valley driver and according to § 6.04 confirm this by entering "two short tones" and the point of view character no. 3. Is to be feared that the intentions of the Valley driver by mountain riders have not been understood, must the Valley riders the audible pursuant to sentence 1 repeat.
5. § 6.05 is not applicable.
Section II additional provisions for the german Austrian Prajzska (km 2223,20 to km 2201,77) small vehicles and certain water sports equipment the use of sailing surfboards, personal watercraft or similar small vehicles and floats is § 13.02 in the german Austrian Prajzska (km 2223,20 to km 2201,77) prohibited. The competent authority may allow exceptions.
Section III. journey through § 13.03 General as locks locks range is 1 for the sheath bad Abbach: the sheath, as well as the upper and lower front Harbour locks (km 2397,70 to km 2396,60), 2nd for the sheath of Regensburg: the distance between the Upper Palatinate bridge (km 2380,20) and rain (km 2379,20), 3 for the floodgates to Jochenstein Geisling: the distance between distant systems (§ 13.07).

§ 13.04 dimensions of vehicles 1.
(The to schleusenden vehicles and associations may be a) for locks bad Abbach and Regensburg not exceeding 185 m long and 11.40 m wide, b) not more than 230 m long at the locks Geisling and Jochenstein and 22,80 m wide.
2. the vehicles may not lower than 2.80 m dive. Vehicles which the lock Kahlet want to pass with a depth of more than 2.50 m, shall require the prior authorisation of the lock attendant when the water level at the level of Passau-Danube is less than 400 cm.
3. vehicles and associations, whose Abmessungen exceed the dimensions referred to in paragraph 1, require for smuggling the prior authorisation of the competent authority.

§ 13.05 behavior in the locks area 1 vehicles are allowed before and after the smuggling in the locks area just lying, if a) this is necessary for navigational reasons or b) the lock attendant has granted the permission to do so.
Section 13.11 (deck place Heining - km 2232,40 to 2231,60, right bank) shall remain unaffected.
2. during transit through the sheath, the deck crew of the vehicle deck must be as far as it doesn't need to go for the spreading of the hawser on shore. The wheelhouse of engine powered vehicles must be occupied for the duration of the smuggling.
3. vehicles must go so far into the lock chamber and to lie down so that the following vehicles at the entrance and in the utilization of the lock chamber is not impeded.
4. the sluice supervisory is to inform on radio that the vehicle or the Association to the smuggling is ready. Vehicles which are unable to log via radiotelephony, must show their willingness to the smuggling by acclamation.
5. it is forbidden, a) the operating facilities of the sheath without authorization to operate, b) unauthorized to enter the locks system.
6 associations must regroup their carried units, if necessary, in a timely manner for smuggling. Valley travellers may associations after the removal only in the lower locks dock are collected; they may do this, attach to two side walls of the lower locks offshore. Mountain travellers may associations after the smuggling only again be collected after the exit from the upper locks front Harbour.
7. the military and power plant arms allowed only up to the straight line connecting the signs provided on opposite shores A. 1 (Appendix 7) are used. The competent authority may allow exceptions for vehicles of the public service, the power company, and holders of fishing.
8 passenger vessels with passengers on board and vehicles, the blue light showing the blue cone according to § 3.37 at night according to section 3.21, or during the day, may during the smuggling not alongside next to each other.
9 in the locks of a) must keep sufficient distance to the vehicles with engine small cars;
(b) is it prohibited to make noise.

§ 13.06 radar navigation in prep areas 1.
Stop the waiting places, vehicles, if they cannot detect the signal lights of the before - or entrance signals when approaching locks areas when visibility is limited and sign up through the locks operating point radiotelephony. Sunbathing places at km 2356,70 and at Pfatter, considered waiting berths at - the feeder bad Abbach and Regensburg the walls on the right bank of the locks offshore - the lock Geisling-sheath Straubing sunbathing places at km 2324,20 and at km 2320,20, - the Sun places Heining and Stelzlhof, Kahlet locks group - locks group Jochenstein Ranning and Engelhartszell sunbathing places.
2. under the conditions of the number 1 sentence 1 is continuing in the direction of lock only radar drivers and allowed only with the express consent of the locks operating agency.

§ 13.07 shipping characters in the prep areas Geisling to Jochen stone in the prep areas Geisling to Jochenstein must the vehicles except in § 6. in addition the signal lights of pre and demand signals comply with the mentioned 28a No. 1 signal lights: 1. the Valley riders must observe the signal lights of distant installations, as well as the call signalling system.
a) signal lights of distant facilities - two white lights next to each other - have the following meaning: aa) two fixed lights: locks not usable; wait until the demand on the waiting room in the locks area. individual vehicles can - wait if the conditions allow it - in the upper locks dock;
BB) two cycle lights: probably both locks can be used; the first passing to the distant system vehicle has the South Gate, the northern gate to use the following;
CC) links fixed light, right clock light: expected to South Gate usable;
DD) links clock light, right fixed light: expected North sheath can be used.
b) the signal lights the call signalling system - two white lights next to each other - have the following meaning: aa) two fixed lights: up to the demand for double letter bb or cc wait;
BB) links fixed light, right clock light: proceed to the lock record; expected to South Gate usable;
CC) links clock light, right fixed light: proceed to the lock record; expected to be North sheath can be used.
2. the climbers have to observe the signal lights of distant facilities. The distant signal conditioning - a white light - signal lights have the following meaning: a) fixed light: wait until the entrance to the locks area in front of the signal system;
(b) every light: allows entrance to the locks area; According to the displayed signal lights of the entrance signal conditioning (§ 6. 28a No. 1) retract into a sheath or outside the lower locks offshore waiting for entrance.

§ 13.08 order of race 1 priority in the smuggling have except the vehicles referred to in section 6.29) emergency vehicles and heavily damaged vehicles, b) vehicles of the power company, c) passenger ships that go to section 14.07 according to a fixed timetable.
After each smuggling with priority in the mountain or Valley journey pass vehicles without precedence in the same direction.
2.
A vehicle that is unwilling to smuggling on the symbol to the entrance have to notify thereof the lock attendant and the vehicle next to schleusende.
3. by way of derogation from article 6.28 No. 3 sentence 2 for small vehicles, the following applies: a) you must use the boot locks, boat lanes or relaying systems. If they can't use these facilities, they are fed only in groups or together with other vehicles. Exceptionally small vehicles can be removed individually after a certain waiting time.
(b) they must wait at the berth designated in the locks offshore until they are prompted by the lock attendant to the entrance into the sheath. Is small vehicles is introduced together with other vehicles, may they enter only after these in the sheath, must put behind them and extend far behind them from the sheath.
4. small vehicles that do not want to be removed, may not enter in the locks offshore terminals.
5. when the lock Geisling to Jochen block a) No. 3 is fed by way of derogation from § 6.28 set 1 in the order of arrival at the distant signal systems;
(b) must comply with small vehicles in derogation from § 13.07 only the signal lights according to article 6.28, as well as the special information boards set up for them.

§ 13.09 stopover between the barrages Jochenstein and Aschach Valley riders, who want to stop her voyage on the route between the barrages Jochenstein and Aschach, must report this in the smuggling in Jochenstein of locks supervision.
Section IV ride in the area of the city of Passau section 13.10 Stilliegen at the Sun site Hamada 1.
Where the bed of Heining (km 2232,36 to km 2232,62, right bank), vehicles carrying flammable liquids of categories k and K2, may stilliegen only if they wait for smuggling.
2. vehicles without machine drive must also be moored on land, if anchor; This does not apply to vehicles that belong to an association.
3. vehicles must keep a distance of at least 10 m from the shore.
4. small vehicles may not stilliegen on the Sun site.

Section 13.11 Kahlet stilliegen between the Weir and the Inn mouth 1.
Between the barrage Kahlet and vehicles only at the following locations of the deck may stilliegen the mouth of the Inn: a) on the right bank - km 2228,70 to km 2228,53 - from km 2227,03 to km 2225,33, b) on the left bank - km 2229,24 to km 2228,55. 2 small vehicles may in the Sun places referred to in paragraph 1 does not stilliegen.
3. on the right bank from km 2227,03 to km 2226,40, only vehicles may stilliegen waiting for customs clearance or where a customs clearance will be undertaken. The sun spot must be liberated after the customs clearance. Vehicles carrying flammable liquids of categories k and K2, must not stilliegen on this map of the Sun. Vehicles carrying flammable liquids of category K3, may stilliegen stop lying just below km 2226,92. The Sun is as compact as possible to prove. Tug must create, if necessary, in addition to the towed vehicles.
4. on the left bank of km 2229,24 to km 2228,84, vehicles of the banks must keep a distance of at least 10 m.
5. anchored vessels shall be moored to the shore.
6. the competent authority may allow exceptions from number 1 to 5 if not endanger the security and ease of navigation this.

Section 13.12 signal installation rack LAU port on the separation dam head of LAU port of rack (km 2228,42, right bank) signal lights after undercurrent and the rack LAU port viewing whether Valley driver Kahlet on the route between the sheath and km 2228,40. The signal lights have the following meaning: a) a horizontal line: on the track are Valley drivers;
(b) a vertical line: no Valley drivers are on the track.
The signal lights are only during the operating time of the lock Kahlet and shown when visibility is sufficient. No signal light shows need to except climbers, small vehicles, at km 2228,00 their position via radiotelephone on channel 10 and during the operation of the lock Kahlet also announce on channel 20.

Section 13.13 Turning 1.
From Stelzlhof (km 2229,30) up to the mouth of the Harbour, Racklau (km 2228,35) may Kahlet performed U-turns to Valley only with permission of the locks operating agency be. This does not apply to passenger ships and small craft.
2. tank vehicles, except bunkering ships, and associations, which are tankers, may Kahlet between Weir and not turn the turning point of Passau (km 2227,44 to km 2227,05).
Chapter 14 passenger shipping § 14.01 berths passenger ships may Moor and disembarking passengers only at berths, which are approved by the competent authority for this purpose.

Section 14.02 shipping the berths a ferry on a pier that make 1 will, it is to liberate them immediately.
2. the boat operator, passengers and other persons use the pier must follow the supervision ordered with the consent of the competent authority, that granted them for safety at the docks. Vehicles other than passenger ships may attach to a dock only with permission of the supervision.

Section 14.03 on and disembarking of passengers 1.
Passengers may use only the specific inputs and outputs, land bridges and piers, access and stairs to the getting in and out. No passenger may or get off before the captain or his representative has explicitly granted the permission to do so.
2. the captain or his representative must allow only the getting in and out after the passenger ship is properly fastened and after he has convinced himself that a)- and departure of passengers at the pier without risk is possible, b) the pier at night - by country or by the ferry - is sufficiently illuminated.
3. increasing passengers allowed only the land bridge or the jetty, after the rising out have left him, except that there is a separate supply and disposal.
4. will save passengers also goods, so the captain or his representative must let the loading or unloading of the goods the country facilities for passengers at the same time with the disembarking of passengers.
5. exceeding the passengers about other stilliegende vessels is prohibited.

Section 14.04 must exclude from carriage persons, of which a threat of the shipping company or a significant nuisance of for passengers is to fear, rejection of passengers of the captain or his representative.

Article 14.05 safety on board and on the moorings 1.
The passenger must behave so that safety on Board of passenger ships and the docks are not undermined. This applies to other users of the berths.
2. the boat operator must ensure that passengers in the interests of safety the vehicle are properly distributed and not hindered access to the docks.
3. passengers not allowed the steering position, the engine room and the other not designated and marked accordingly rooms and deck areas without the permission of the skipper.
4. in the dark, the spaces for passengers must be sufficiently illuminated. The lighting must not interfere with the visibility of the ship lights and have no disturbing glare.
5. goods must be loaded so that the safety of passengers is not compromised. The space intended for passengers is partly used for goods the set maximum number of passengers per 0.4 square meters of unused space to a passenger decreases. In addition, a calculation of stability on board is carrying. The transport of dangerous goods (§ 1.24) together with passengers is prohibited.

Section 14.06 trawl ban on passenger ships, which have passengers on board, must not alongside coupled drive. they do not drag or be dragged, unless this is required for towing a damaged vehicle.

Section 14.07 schedules 1.
The entrepreneur of regular trips by ferry must show no later than four weeks before the start of the nationwide of electricity and maritime police authority, in whose district operated the passenger shipping timetable with departure and arrival times, and berths. The same goes for schedule changes. The competent authority may permit of smuggling of persons authorized special trips.
2. the contractor must the timetable change on request of the competent authority, to avoid disruption to traffic.

Section 14.08 exceptions that competent authority may admit exceptions to provisions of this section if not endanger the security and ease of navigation this.

Appendix 1 site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 1998, 3154 distinguishing letters or groups of letters of the country in which the origin or registration of vehicles is Germany D Austria: A Belarus: BY Belgium: B Bulgaria: BG Croatia: HRV Finland: FI France: F Hungary: HU Italy: I Luxembourg: L Moldova: MD Norway: No. Netherlands: N Poland: PL Portugal: P Romania: R Russian Federation: Russia Slovakia : SK Sweden: SE Switzerland: CH Czechoslovakia Republic CZ Ukraine: UA Yugoslavia: YU plant 2 draught marks and draught at inland site of the original text: BGBl. I 1993, plant band S. 57-58 1 definitions 1.1
The plane of maximum draught is the swimming level that corresponds to the maximum draught at which the vehicle may be used still for shipping;
1.2 the freeboard is the distance between the plane of maximum draught and the lowest point of the gear flange or, if there is no gang board the lowest point of the upper edge of the fixed ship wall;
1.3 the safety distance is the distance between the plane of maximum draught and the deepest point to see the vehicle not more than waterproof over the is where however the openings for water abstraction and discharge not taken into account;
1.4 drive areas are the areas that are divided as follows based on the type and equipment of inland waterway vessels and of the Freibordes and the safety distance, the characteristic to the largest (apparent) wave height at a probability of surpassing from 5 per cent: driving range 1...
Height up to 2.0 m, drive area 2...
Height up to 1.2 m, driving area 3...
Height of up to 0.6 m.
The significant wave height is the average of 10 per cent of the waves, which have the highest elevation between the wave and the trough for a short period of observation.
2. minimum freeboard, safety distance and level of maximum draught of 2.1 the size of the minimum freibordes and the minimum safety distance of a vehicle are set by the competent authority according to the driving range and the type of vehicle.
2.2 the maximum draught level is the highest level of swimming, resulting from the provisions on the minimum freeboard and minimum safety distance. However, the competent authorities according to the strength of the hull and the stability of the vehicle for safety reasons can set lower than the calculated the plane of maximum draught.
3. draught marks 3.1 each vehicle, excluding small vehicles, must wear permanent, visible from a distance, freeboard marks to the greatest draught, which is set by the authority, to specify. These brands are represented by the freeboard mark set by the authority; It is attached on each side in the middle of the length of the vehicle.
3.2 the freeboard mark consists of a ring that is intersected by a horizontal dash; She can be supplemented by additional freeboard lines for the other areas of the drive.
The center of the ring must lie on a vertical line in the middle of the ship. The lower edge of the horizontal line must go through the center of the ring.
The lower additional strokes of the freeboard mark must comply with the prescribed load line in the various areas of the drive.
The additional strokes of the freeboard mark are joined by a vertical line, which is the front part of the vehicle.
For the cars that want to drive in drive 2 and 3 or only in the ride area 3, the ring must be represented.
3.3 the stroke width of the ring and the other lines of the freeboard mark is 30 mm, the outer diameter of the ring is 200 mm. The length of the horizontal line which intersects the ring, is 300 mm and the length of the additional freeboard lines 150 mm.
The footprint of the digits, which indicate the areas of ride, 60 x 40 mm.
The competent authority, which shall determine the freeboard can affix their stamp on the hull of the vehicle.
It is possible to combine of the calibration mark with the freeboard mark. In this case the width of horizontal line which intersects the freeboard ring (or the width of the top horizontal stroke, if there are multiple Freiborde, and the ring is not shown) is 40 mm. sketch of the freeboard mark... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 58) sketch of the freeboard mark for ride areas... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 58) 4 draught 4.1 each vehicle, which Tiefgang can reach 1 m must bear a draught on each side of the Hinterschiffes; There may be additional draught. Its affixing, number and characteristics are laid down by the competent authorities, taking into account the driving range, the type, the length, of the navigable and the trim of the vehicle.
4.2 the draught must be divided at least into Decimeters from 0 to 300 mm below the empty level and from 100 to 300 mm above the plane of maximum draught. He must have the form of a strip with digits of Division of or only Division of digits (without dashes), which is alternately painted in highly visible colors. The zero point must be in the level of ship soil at the location of the draught, or if the vehicle has a keel in the plane of the lower edge of the keel at this point.
The Division must be referred to by brands, which have been a grained or chiseled up under the supervision of the competent authority.
4.3 carries the vehicle calibration scales, which correspond to points 4.1 and 4.2, may replace the draught this calibration scales.

Appendix 3 description of vehicles site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 1993, plant band p. 59-83 1 General information 1.1 the following images relate to the terms provided for in Chapter 3 of this regulation.
1.2 the images serve only to explain; It is assume always by the wording of the regulations, which alone has validity.
With regard to the additional terms that may be prescribed, are shown in the diagrams: only the additional designation or, if it is necessary for the understanding, at the same time the basic designation (or one of the possible reason) and the additional designation.
Below the image, only the additional designation is described.
1.3 pushed trains, a length of 110 m and a width of 12 m and not exceed tows, a length of 110 m and a width of 23 m, apply as individual vehicles with engine drive (§ 3.01 no. 3).
1.4 unless otherwise specified, the following terms have in section 3.01 importance given to no. 5: 1... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 59) 1.4.1 "Masthead": a white strong light that shines continuously over an arc of horizon of 225 degrees and is positioned so that of from the front on both sides of 22 degrees 30' shines behind the cross line.
1.4.2 "Page lights": to starboard, a green light, to port a red light, of which each continuously over a horizon sheet of 112 degrees 30' shines and is so positioned that it on his side from the front up to 22 degrees 30' shines behind the cross line.
1.4.3 "Stern light": a white bright light or white ordinary light that continuously radiates over a horizon arc of 135 degrees and is positioned so that of over an arc of 67 degrees 30' radiates from the back on each side;
1.4.4 "from all sides visible light": a light that continuously radiates over a horizon arc of 360 degrees.
1.5 explanation of symbols: a light that has actually been removed from the viewer's gaze, is marked with a point in the middle of a... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 59) from all sides visible light b... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 59) only over a limited arc of the horizon visible light c... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 60) twinkle light d... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 60) intermittently or optional LED light e... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 60) Board or flag f... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 60) pennant g... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 60) ball h... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 60) cylinder i... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 60) cone j... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 60) Double Cone k... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 60) radar reflector l... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 60) 2nd term while driving at night during the day 2.1 individual vehicles equipped with engine drive 2.1.1 (section 3.08 No. 1): 2... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 60) a masthead, side, a rear light no additional description 2.1.2 (§ 3.08 No. 2): 3... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 61) either a second masthead on the broader Sternside no additional description 2.1.3 vehicle with engine drive, which temporarily a leader goes ahead (section 3.08 No. 3): 4... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 61) a masthead, side, a stern light and, if necessary, a second masthead on the broader Sternside no additional description 2.2 towing associations 2.2.1 vehicle with engine drive at the tip of an association 2.2.2 to vehicle with engine drive the tip of an Association (§ 3.09 No. 1): (§ 3.29 No. 1): 5...
 
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(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 61) two Topplichter each other, page lights, a yellow instead of a white rear light a yellow cylinder, which is above and below with a black and a white stripe bordered. the white stripes at the ends of the cylinder 2.2.3 each of several vehicles with engine drive at the head of an Association of 2.2.4 each of several engine powered vehicles at the head of an Association (§ 3.09 No.2): (§ 3.29 No. 2): 7...
 
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(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 62) three Topplichter one above the other, a page a yellow instead of a white rear light lights yellow cylinder that is above and below with a black and a white stripe bordered; the white stripes at the ends of the cylinder 2.2.5 towed vehicles that make up the last annex (section 3.09 No. 4): 9... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 62) a white rear light no additional description of 10... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 62)
 
two white tail lights on the outer vehicles of the Association no additional description 2.3 pushed trains 2.3.1 (§ 3.10 No. 1) 11... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 63) three Topplichter in the form of an equilateral triangle side and three rear lights on the pusher craft arranged, no additional description 2.4 2.4.1 tows (§ 3.11 no.1): 12... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 63) on any vehicle a masthead and a stern light on the outside of the Association page lights no additional description 2.4.2 tows where one or more vehicles with engine drive as opening credits go ahead (§ 3.11 no.2): 13... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 63) on any vehicle a masthead and a stern light. on the outside of the Association page lights no additional description 2.5 vehicles under sail 2.5.1 (§ 3.12 Nos. 1 and 2): 14... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 64) page lights, which can be usually instead of bright, a stern light, and either two ordinary or bright lights visible from all sides one above the other, the Red over the Green no additional description 2.6 small vehicles 2.6.1 with propelled by mechanical means (paragraph 3.13 No. 1): 15... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 64) a light instead of a strong Topplichts, page lights, which can be usually instead of light, a rear light no additional name or: 16... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 64) a light instead of a strong Topplichts, page lights, which can be usually instead of bright, directly next to each other or in a single luminaire on or near the bow, a rear light no additional description or: 17... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 65) a white bright light visible from all sides, page lights, placed on one of the aforementioned species no additional description or: only in individually small vehicles with engine drive with a length of less than 7 m (section 3.13 No.2): 18... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 65) a white light of ordinary, visible from all sides no additional description 2.6.2 dragged or carried alongside coupled (section 3.13 No. 4): 19... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 65) a white light of ordinary, visible from all sides no additional description 2.6.3 small vehicles under sail (section 3.13 No. 5): 20... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 66) page lights, which can be usually instead of bright side by side or in a single luminaire on or near the bow, a rear light no additional description or: 21... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 66) page lights, which can be usually instead of light and tail light in a single luminaire in the masthead or on the upper part of the mast no additional description or: only for small vehicles with a length of less than 7 m 22... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 66) a white light of ordinary, visible from all sides and when approaching other vehicles a second ordinary white light no additional label 2.6.4 individually, machine-driven, nor under sail small vehicles (section 3.13 No.6): 23... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 67) a white light of ordinary, visible from all sides no additional label 2.6.5 small cars under sail, which at the same time their engine use 2.6.6 small vehicles under sail at the same time using their engine (section 3.13 No. 1): (§ 3.30): one of the labels after 2.6.1, for example: 24...
 
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(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 67) a light instead of a strong Topplichts, page lights, which can be usually instead of bright side by side or in a single luminaire on or near the bow, a rear light a black cone with the tip down 2.7 vehicles which are approved for the transport of more than 12 passengers, with the dimensions of small vehicles 2.7.1 (section 3.31): 26... (Figure a no additional description yellow Bicone 2.8 vehicles for transport of certain dangerous goods 2.8.1 separately propelled or towed vehicles, flammable goods after Appendix 9 2.8.2 carry individual or towed vehicles carrying flammable goods according to annex 9 (§ 3.14 No. 1): (§ 3.32 No. 1): additional description: additional description: 27...)
 
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(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 68) a blue ordinary light a blue cone with the tip down 2.8.3 single propelled or towed vehicles, explosive goods to annex 10 2.8.4 upgrade separately propelled or towed vehicles carrying explosive goods according to annex 10 (§ 3.15 No. 1): (section 3.32 No. 2): additional description: additional description: 29...
 
30...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 68) on the non-motorized vehicles, an ordinary red light on the bow a red cone with the lace at the bottom 31...
 
32...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 68) individual vehicles with engine drive, leading lights to section 3.08, also a red light on the broader Sternside a red cone with the tip down 2.8.5 towing associations, flammable goods after Appendix 9 2.8.6 upgrade towing associations carrying flammable goods according to annex 9 (§ 3.14 No. 2): (§ 3.32 No. 2): additional description: additional description: 33...
 
34...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 69) 33a...
 
34A.
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 69) an ordinary blue light must be executed only on the vehicles that are located furthest left or right in the back row, the flammable goods promoted a blue cone with the top down must be done only on the vehicles, located furthest left or right in the back row, which promoted flammable goods 35...
 
36...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 69) an ordinary blue light are required only on the vehicle transported flammable goods, which forms the last annex a blue cone with the top down must be done only on the vehicle transported flammable goods, which forms the last annex 2.8.7 towing associations, explosive goods to annex 10 2.8.8 carry towing associations carrying explosive goods according to annex 10 (§ 3.15 No. 2) : (§ 3: 33 No. 2): additional description: additional description: 37...
 
38...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 70) 37a...
 
38A.
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 70) an ordinary red light must be done only on the vehicles transported explosive goods, which are the furthest left or right in the series must be below a red cone with the tip only on the vehicles transported explosive goods, which are the furthest left or right in the series 39...
 
40...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 70) an ordinary red light must appear only on the vehicle transported explosive goods, which imagines the last annex must occur only on the vehicle transported explosive goods red cone with the top down, that makes the last annex 2.8.9 travelling alone at the top of the Association vehicle propelled by mechanical means, of flammable goods according to annex 9 promoted 2.8.10 travelling alone at the top of the Association vehicle with engine drive , of flammable goods transported according to annex 9 (§ 3.14 No.2): (§ 3.32 No.2): 41...
 
42...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 71) an ordinary blue light over the same horizon arch visible as the mast lights according to § 3.09 No. 1, 1 m under the lowest light and, as far as possible, 1 m above the page lights a blue cone with the top down and the cylinder section 3.29 No. 1 2.8.11 a vehicle having a machine as leader at an association carrying flammable goods according to annex 9 2.8.12 a vehicle having a machine as leader of an association , the flammable goods transported according to annex 9 (§ 3.14 No.4): (§ 3.32 No. 2): 43...
 
44...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 71) an ordinary blue light over the same horizon arch visible as the mast lights No. 2, 1 m according to § 3.09 under the lowest light and, as far as possible, 1 m above the page lights a blue cone with the top down and the cylinder § 3.29 No. 1 2.8.13 travelling alone at the top of the Association vehicle propelled by mechanical means, carrying explosive goods according to annex 10 2.8.14 alone at the top of the Association propelled vehicle with engine drive , the explosive goods transported according to annex 10 (paragraph 3.15 No. 2): (§ 3: 33 No. 2): 45...
 
46...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 71) an ordinary red light over the same horizon arch visible like the mast lights No. 1, 1 m according to § 3.09 under the lowest light and, as far as possible, 1 m above the page highlights a red cone with the top down and the cylinder section 3.29 No.1 2.8.15 a vehicle having a machine as leader at an association that promoted explosive goods according to annex 10 2.8.16 a vehicle having a machine as leader of an association , the explosive goods transported according to annex 10 (paragraph 3.15 nr 4): (§ 3: 33 No. 2): 47...
 
48...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 72)
 
an ordinary red light over the same horizon arch visible like the mast lights No. 1, 1 m according to § 3.09 under the lowest light and, as far as possible, 1 m above the page highlights a red cone with the top down and the cylinder according to § 3.29 No.1 2.8.17 pushed trains, which carry flammable goods according to annex 9 2.8.18 pushed trains, carrying flammable goods according to annex 9 (§ 3.14 No. 3) : (§ 3.32 No. 3): 49...
 
50...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 72) the pusher craft except the lights according to § 3.10 No. 1 letter c, a blue ordinary light on the broader Sternside and the vehicles the lights according to § 3.10 No. 1 letter a, a blue ordinary light, same horizon bow as the Topplichter a blue cone with the top down on the pusher vessel and an another blue cone on the front part of the Association 2.8.19 pushed trains , the explosive goods according to annex 10 carry 2.8.20 pushed trains transporting explosive substances according to annex 10 (paragraph 3.15 No. 3): (§ 3: 33 No. 3): 51...
 
52...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 72) the pusher craft except the lights according to § 3.10 No. 1 letter c, an ordinary red light on the broader Sternside and the vehicles the lights after § 3.10 No. 1 letter a, an ordinary red light, about same horizon bow as the Topplichter a red cone with the top down on the pusher vessel and a further bevel on the front part of the Association 2.9 ferries 2.9.1 not free driving 2.9.2 not free driving (section 3.16 no. 1) : (section 3.34): 53...
 
54...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 73) a green light on a white bright light, both from all sides visible 2.9.3 free driving a green ball 2.9.4 free driving (section 3.16 no.2): (section 3.34): 55...
 
56...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 73) a green light on a white bright light, both from all sides visible page lights and a rear light a green ball 2.9.5 free driving with priority (section 3.16 no. 3): 57... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 73) two green bright lights one above the other over a white bright light, all three from all visible pages, page lights and a rear light no additional label 2.10 pipelaying vehicles 2.10.1 (§ 3.18 No. 1): 2.10.2 (§ 3.35 No. 1): additional description: additional description: 58...
 
59...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 74) a red light, that is; for small vehicles, the light can know its a red flag, which swung is 2.11 buoyancy and floating facilities 2.11.1 (section 3.19): 60... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 74) a sufficient number of white light, visible from all sides lights no additional label 2.12 vehicle priority 2.12.1 (section 3.36): additional description: no additional label 61... (Figure a red pennant 3. identification at the Stilliegen 3.1 General items 3.1.1 single or coupled to other cars vehicles removed from the shore stilliegen 3.1.2-driven of machine vehicles at anchor or as part of a corps of that laid away from the shore (section 3.20 No. 1): 62...)
 
63...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 75) an ordinary white light a black ball of 3.1.3 from the shore away stilliegende pushed trains 3.1.4 by the bank removed stilliegende thrust associations (section 3.20 No.2): (§ 3. 36a No. 1): 64...
 
65...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 75) two white ordinary lights on the pusher craft and onto the front panel of the Association removed a black ball on the pusher craft 3.1.5 from the shore stilliegende small vehicles 3.1.6 vehicles without drives, small vehicles (section 3.20 No. 3): (§ 3. 36a No. 1): 66...
 
67...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 75) an ordinary white light no additional description 3.2 vehicles for transport of certain dangerous goods 3.2.1 individual vehicles, flammable goods according to annex 9 3.2.2 transport single vehicles carrying flammable goods according to annex 9 (paragraph 3.21): (§ 3.37 No. 1): additional description: additional description: 68...
 
69...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 76) a blue ordinary light on the broader Sternside and a blue ordinary light on the bow a blue cone with the lace at the bottom 3.2.3 individual vehicles, explosive goods according to annex 10 3.2.4 promote individual vehicles carrying explosive goods according to annex 10 (paragraph 3.22): (§ 3.38 No.1): 70...
 
71...
 
Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd. P. 76) an ordinary white and a red ordinary light on the bow a red cone with the lace at the bottom 72...
 
73...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 76) an ordinary white and an ordinary red light on the front of the boat a black ball and a red cone with the lace at the bottom 3.2.5 associations, the flammable goods according to annex 9 3.2.6 transport associations carrying flammable goods according to annex 9 (paragraph 3.21): (§ 3.37 No. 1): 74...
 
75...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 77) an ordinary white light on the bow and a blue ordinary light on the broader Sternside of the vehicle on the side of the fairway a blue cone with the top down on the side of the fairway 3.2.7 associations, explosive goods according to annex 10, 3.2.8 transport associations, which carry explosive goods according to annex 10 (paragraph 3.22): (§ 3.38 No.2): 76...
 
77...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 77) an ordinary white light, and including a red ordinary light on the bow on the side of the fairway a red cone with the top down on the vehicle on the side of the fairway 3.2.9 pushed trains, the flammable goods according to annex 9 carry 3.2.10 pushed trains carrying flammable goods according to annex 9 (paragraph 3.21): (§ 3.37 No.2): 78...
 
79...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 77) an ordinary white light and a blue ordinary light on the rear of the pusher vessel and the same lights on the front panel of the Association a blue cone with the lace at the bottom and a black ball on the rear of the pusher vessel and a blue cone with the top down on the front part of the Association 3.2.11 pushed trains, the explosive goods according to annex 10 carry 3.2.12 pushed trains , which carry explosive goods according to annex 10 (paragraph 3.22): (§ 3.38 No. 2): 80...
 
81...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 78) an ordinary white light and including an ordinary red light to the rear of the pusher vessel and the same lights on the front panel of the Association a red cone with the lace at the bottom and a black ball on the rear of the pusher vessel and a red cone with the tip at the bottom of the front piece of the Association 3.3 ferries 3.3.1 not free driving and stopped at their landing (paragraph 3.23 no. 1) :
 
 
 
82 ... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 78) a green light on a white bright light, both from all sides visible, no additional description 3.3.2 free driving and stilliegend at their landing (paragraph 3.23 no.2): 83... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 78) a green light on a white bright light, both from all sides visible. In brief Stilliegen a rear light and two page lights no additional description 3.4 buoyancy and floating equipment 3.4.1 (§ 3.25): 84... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 79) a sufficient number of white ordinary, from all sides of visible lights no additional description 3.5 nets and other fishing equipment of vehicles, an obstruction of to navigation represent 3.5.1 (§ 3.26): 3.5.2 (paragraph 3.40): 85...
 
86...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 79) a sufficient number of ordinary white lights visible from all sides 3.6 floating equipment at work, as well as stalled or lower vehicles 3.6.1 floating equipment at work and vehicles, the work, bearings or measurements perform a sufficient number of tons of yellow or yellow flag, perform floating equipment at work and vehicles, the work, bearings or measurements at the Stilliegen 3.6.2 , at the Stilliegen (section 3.27 No. 1): (§ 3.41 No. 1 and 2): 87...
 
88...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 79) is on the side of the passing freely, two ordinary green lights or two green bright lights one above the other and, if necessary, on the side of that not passing is free, a red ordinary or red light on the side of the passing is free, two green bicones, one above the other and, if necessary, on the side of that not passing is free , a red ball or: 89... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 80) on the side of the passing freely is the chalkboard sign E,. 1 "permission to the passage" (Appendix 7) and, if necessary, on the side of that not passing is free, the chalkboard sign A. 1 "prohibition of passage" (Appendix 7) 3.6.3 3.6.4 are vehicles and floating equipment at work, to protect against wave vehicles and floating equipment at work , are to protect against wave (section 3.27 No. 1) (section 3.41 No. 1) deadlocked or lower vehicles as well as vehicles stalled or lower (section 3.27 No. 2): (§ 3.41 No. 4): 90...
 
91...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 80)
 
is on the side of the passing freely, a red ordinary or red light above a white usual or white bright light and, if necessary, on the side of that not passing is free, is a red ordinary or red light on the side of the passing freely, a flag or a Panel, upper half red, white lower half , and, if necessary, is on the side of the not free passing, name of the anchor, which compromise the shipping 3.7.1 can a red flag or Board 3.7 vehicles, floats, and floating facilities 3.7.2 vehicles, floats, and floating facilities (paragraph 3.28 Nos. 1 and 2): (paragraph 3.42): 92a...
 
93A...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 80) 92 b...
 
93b...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 81) two white ordinary, visible from all sides lights, a ton with radar reflector and a white common from all sides visible light a recycling bin with radar reflector 3.7.3 floating equipment at work 3.7.4 floating equipment at work (section 3.27 No. 1, § 3.28 No. 2): (§ 3.41 No. 1, § 3.42): for example: for example: 94...
 
95...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 81) 4 other characters 4.1 prohibition to enter the vehicle (paragraph 3.43): 96... (Figure 4.2 smoking ban (paragraph 3.44): 97...) (Figure 4.3 additional description of the vehicles of the surveillance authorities (paragraph 3.45) at night on day 98...) (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 82) a blue ordinary twinkle-light visible from all sides, and during the day also a white pennant with the symbol of the surveillance authorities (a white Rhombus with blue border) 4.4 emergency sign (paragraph 3.46): at night on day 99...
 
100...
 
(Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 82) a light, a flag or other suitable object, that swing in the district;
 
or: a flag above or below a ball or a ball-like object;
 
or: Rockets or flares with red stars.
 
or: a light character, made up of the Morse code... -... (SOS);
 
or: a flame signal by burning tar, oil or the like;
 
or: Red parachute flares or red hand flares;
 
or: slowly and repeatedly raising and lowering the side outstretched arms.
4.5 prohibition of Stilliegens next to each other (paragraph 3.47): 101... (Figure 4.6 additional description for the protection against breaking waves (paragraph 3.48 No. 1): at night on day 102...) (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 83) an ordinary red light above a white usual light or a red light above a white bright light all the lights from all sides is visible a red and white flag or Board or two flags or panels one above the other, the upper red, the lower white 4.7 additional description of the vehicles in ride, work in the waterway running (paragraph 3.49): at night on day 103... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 83) a yellow ordinary or yellow light, visible from all sides twinkle light Appendix 4 colour of the lights of the vehicles site of the original text: BGBl. I, 1993, plant band p. 84-86 1.
The colors of the lights of the vehicles, which can be: "Blue", "Green", "White", "Yellow", "Red", represent a signal system with five colors. For such a system, the color value ranges approved for each color in the official recommendations of the International Commission on illumination (CIE) are set with the title "Colours of signal lights" and listed in the publication CIE No. 2.2 (TC-1.6) 1975.
2 the color value areas of the lights of vehicles set out in this regulation fall within the general areas laid down by the CIE, but are narrower for some colors. In table 1 the color value areas are numerically in the form of x-y coordinates of the points of intersection of the color lines listed and graphically depicted on the CIE diagram in Figure 1.
3. the color value ranges set out in table 1 apply to the colours of lights emitted by the signal light facilities.
4. in the face of the current recommendations of CIE (1975) the colour boundaries are accuracy in the production of the signalling device, the result of a compromise between the reliable recognition of colour of signal light under varying conditions, reasonable scope of the signal light, practical consisting of light source and color filters, and determining the colour of signal light compared to other colored lights both inside and outside of the signal system.
5. the colour boundaries listed in this regulation have been chosen in particular for the following reasons: blue for blue signal lights the CIE only a general area defined. Since however a closer range ensures a greater chance to detect the colors, a special area was chosen.
Green to a greater likelihood of the distinction between green and blue, green and white, to reach the Green and yellow signal lights, were elected to the appropriate confines of the color from the current recommendations of the CIE.
White with electric lights should the border of the white signal light against yellow generally on x = 0.500 are limited. Only with the use of non-electric lights, for example oil lamps, x is a shift of the border 0.525* = allowed, as indicated by the dashed lines in the color diagram in Figure 1. It is not necessary to move the border of blue and white in the blue direction as this is done in the current recommendations of the CIE, because xenon lamps are not used for the lights of the vehicles.
Yellow, the yellow and white lights require a special care in the use of these colors as signal lights. To distinguish a white light from a yellow light, is a reasonable distance of the color place of at least x = 0.050 to make sure. When using oil lamps as a white signal lights is the limit of yellow against white on x = 0,575 limited.
Red, the area selected for the red lights is a compromise between the narrow range in terms of a greater likelihood of color recognition and narrow color range with regard to persons listed in the current recommendations of the CIE, confuse the red and green.
Table 1 x-y coordinates of the points of intersection of the color boundaries < content: not representable table 1, site: BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. P. 85 > image 1 CIE color chart with the specified colour limits for signal lights < content: not viewable image 1, site: BGBl. I 1993 Anlbd. P. 86 > Appendix 5 strength and scope of the lights of the vehicles site of the original text: BGBl. I 1993, plant band p. 87-88 1.
With regard to their luminous intensity, the lights of the vehicles are divided into three types: ordinary lights, bright lights, strong lights.
2. the colored lights usually generated by the combination of a white light source and a colored filter or a colored optical device. The color value areas agreed for these lights are laid down in annex 4.
The colored filters or the colored optical device are selective filters. Thus, the opacity factor of this filter depends on the spectral composition of the incident light of the light source. In practice, the following overall transmission factors are accepted: red or green: Tau 0.10 to 0.20 = yellow: Tau = 0.40-0.60 Blue: Tau > = 0.02 3.
The boundaries of the luminous intensity of lights of the vehicles are shown in table 1. All values are l(tief)B, representing 75 per cent of the photometric luminous intensity l(tief)O operating luminous intensity: l(tief)B l(tief)O which covers factor 0.75 = 0.75 x the impact of the ageing of the light source and a certain degree of Dustiness of the light source and optical system. The values of in table 1 apply to all directions in the horizontal Brennfläche of the optical system within the useful range of the signal light.
At an angle up to 7.5 degrees perpendicular to the horizontal Brennfläche the value of the light intensity can take no more than 5 per cent per degree of surface.
4. the relationship between the operation luminous intensity (cd) l(tief)B and the scope of t (km) at night is given by the following equation: l(tief)B = 0.2 x t(hoch)2 x q(hoch)-t this are the internationally agreed threshold illumination by 0.2 the factor of 0.2 Micro lux for the night perception of light, where the meters into kilometers are converted for the t-values , and the transmission factor q is at a distance of 1 km.
Q was to determine of the scope of the lights of vehicles = 0.76, corresponding to a meteorological visibility of 14.3 km. The corresponding implications are calculated using the above equation with the light intensity according to table 1.
Table 1 operating light l(tief)B and implications t of the lights of the vehicles color of light light type usually bright strong l(tief)B (cd) (km) l(tief)B (cd) t t (km) l(tief)B (cd) t (km) white 2-4 *) 2.3-3.0 *) 9-25 3.9 5.3 35-100 5.9 7.7 red or green 0.9 5 1.7 3.2 3.5 20 2.8 5.0 - yellow 0.8-2.4 1.6-2.5 3.5 15 2.9 4.6 - blue > 1++) > 1,8++)-*) for specific sections of a waterway, the competent authority may an operating light intensity of l(tief)B = 0.9 cd according to a scope t = 1.7 km to admit.
) For certain vehicles, the competent authority may an operating light intensity of l(tief)B = 0.3 to 0.5 cd according to a range of t = 1.0 to 1.3 km allow Annex 6 audible
Site of the original text: BGBl. I 1993, plant band p. 89-91 I. range of audible the mechanically operated sound devices used on inland, must be able, sound character with the following characteristics to produce: 1. frequency: a) for vehicles with engine drive, except small vehicles in accordance with point (b), the fundamental frequency is 200 Hz with a tolerance of +/-20 per cent;
(b) for vehicles without engine drive and for small vehicles which not are designed or used to tow vehicles other than small vehicles, the fundamental frequency must be more than 350 Hz;
(c) for the three tone used by radar riders, the fundamental frequencies of the tones are between 165 and 297 Hz with an interval of at least two whole tones between the highest and the lowest note.
2. sound pressure level: the below specified sound pressure level be measured 1 m from the middle of the funnel opening or calculate this distance; the measurement has to be carried out as far as possible away from sound reflecting surfaces: a) for vehicles with engine drive, except small vehicles in accordance with point (b), must be between 120 and 140 dB (A) sound pressure level;
(b) for vehicles without engine drive and for small vehicles which not are designed or used to tow vehicles other than small vehicles, the sound pressure level between 100 and 125 dB (A) must be;
(c) for the three tone used by radar riders of each tone between 120 and 140 dB (A) sound pressure level must be.
II. control of the sound pressure level the sound pressure level control is carried out by the competent authorities with the help of the sound level meter standard by the International Electrotechnical Commission (I.E.C.. 179) or using the normal common sound level meter of the I.E.C. standard (I.E.C.. 123).
III. audible warning of vehicles the sound character, with the exception of the chimes and three sound character, must a tone or several notes in a row consist of, which have the following features:-short tone: a tone of about a second time;
-long tone: a tone of about four seconds duration.
The pause between two consecutive tones must be approximately one second except for the character of "very short tones", consisting of at least six tones of the about a quarter-second duration must be where the break between the notes is just as long.
A. General character... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 89) 1 long beep "Warning" 1 short beep "I set my course to starboard."
 
 
2 short beeps "I set my course to port."
 
 
3 short beeps "My machine goes backwards."
 
 
4 short beeps "I am not under command".
 
 
No. 4 long beeps "Distress signal" § 4.01 "Acute danger of collision" follow very short tones repeated groups of tolling "Distress signal" section 4.01 no. 4 B. meeting Mark 1 case... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 90) 1 short beep of mountain driver's "I want to pass port." § 6.04 no. 4 1 short beep of the Valley driver "agree, proceed to port past." § 6.04 no. 5 2 short beeps of the Valley driver "did not agree, proceed to starboard passing." section 6.05 no. 2 2 short beeps of the mountain rider "agree, I'll to starboard passing." section 6.05 no. 3 2. case... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 90) 2 short beeps of the mountain rider "I want to pass to starboard." § 6.04 no. 4 2 short beeps of the Valley driver "agree, turn to starboard passing." § 6.04 no. 5 1 short beep of the Valley driver "did not agree, you drive port past." section 6.05 no. 2 1 short beep of driver's mountain ", I'll port pass." section 6.05 no. 3 C. Überholen mark 1 case... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 90) 2 long tones, 2 short beeps of overtaking "I want to pass on her port side." section 6.10 No. 4 1 short beep of the vehicle in front "agree, they can on my port side overtake." section 6.10 No. 5 2 short beeps of the vehicle in front "did not agree, get over on my starboard side." section 6.10 No. 6 1 short beep of overtaking "agree, I will on your starboard side overtake." section 6.10 No.6 2nd case... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 90) 2 long, 1 short beep of overtaking "I want to pass on her starboard side." section 6.10 No. 4 2 short beeps of the ahead 'agree, get over on my starboard side."section 6.10 No. 5 1 short beep of the vehicle in front"did not agree, get over on my port side.' section 6.10 No. 6 2 short beeps of overtaking "agree, I will on your port side overtake." section 6.10 No. 6 impossibility of bringing over 5 short beeps of the ahead "You can not overtake me." § 6.10 No. 7 D.
Turning characters... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 90) 1 long, 1 short beep "I turn over starboard." § 6.13 No. 2 1 long, 2 short beeps "I turn over port." § 6.13 No. 4 E. entrance in and exit from ports and secondary water Street, crossing the E waterways. 1 characters that are to leave at the exit from ports and secondary water Street... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 91) 3 long beeps, 1 short beep "I want to turn to starboard." § 6.16 no. 2 3 long tones, 2 short tones, "I wants to turn to starboard." § 6.16 no. 2 E. 2 characters that are to surrender when crossing the main water Street... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 91) 3 long tones "I want to cross." § 6.16 no. 2 F. fog character a) radar vehicles... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 91) 1) Valley riders, except small vehicles three tone as often as necessary, article 6.32 letter of a 2) individual vehicles reviewed no. 4 1 long beep § 6.32 No. 5 letter a 3) mountain travellers associations 2 long tones section 6.32 No. 5 letter a b) vehicles not driving with radar... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 91) 1) individual vehicles 1 long tone section 6.33 No. 2 at the latest every minute reviewed 2) associations 2 long beeps section 6.33 No. 2 at the latest every minute reviewed c) Stilliegende vehicles... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 91) 1 group of Bell strikes, at least once per minute "I lie on the left side of the fairway.' § 6.31 No. 1 letter a 2 groups from Bell, at least once per minute repeated"I'm on the right side of the fairway.' § 6.31 No. 1 letter a 3 groups of tolling, reviewed at least once per minute "My position is uncertain." § 6.31 No. 1 letter c G. signals at the departure from the berth... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 91) 1 short beep "I'm going to starboard." § 6.14 2 short beeps "I'm going to port." § 6.14 Annex 7 shipping characters site of the original text: BGBl. I, 1993, plant band p. 92-110 1.
The main characters presented in section I. can be supplemented by the supplementary designations presented in section II or explained.
2. the panels can be framed with a narrow white stripe.
Section I. main character A. signs A. 1 prohibition of passage (General sign) (§§ 6.08 6.16, 6.22, 6. 22a, 6.25 6.26, 6.27 and 6. 28a) Board characters or... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 92) red lights or... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 92) red flags... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 92) two Board characters, two lights or two flags appear stacked, it means a prolonged ban.
A. 2 on overtaking (section 6.11)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 92) A. 3 ban on overtaking for associations with one another (section 6.11)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 92) A. 4 meeting and overtaking (section 6.08)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 93) A. 5 style sunbathing ban (anchor ban and ban of the mooring on the shore) (§ 7.02)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 93) A. 5.1 style sunbathing ban within the width specified in metres (measured from the sign) (§ 7.02)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 93) A. 6 anchor prohibition and prohibition of grinding letting anchors, lines and chains (§§ 6.18 and 7.03)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 93) A. 7 prohibited to moor (§ 7.04) on the shore... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 93) A. 8 turn prohibition (section 6.13)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 94) A. 9 prohibition to cause waves (paragraph 6.20)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 94) A. 10 ban on outside of the indicated boundary to pass through (in bridge or weir openings) (paragraph 6.24)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 94) A. 11 ban to enter are the preparations to continue however to meet (§§ 6.26, 6. 28a). (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 94) A. 12 ban on vehicles with engine drive... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 94) A. 13 ban on sports and Vergnügungsfahrzeuge1 *)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 94) A. 14 prohibition to water skiing... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 95) A. 15 ban on vehicles under sail... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 95) A. 16 ban on vehicles driving machine driven, nor under sail... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 95) A. 17 ban on sailing surfboards... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 95) A. 18 end of the approved zone for shipping with sports cars of high speed... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 95) A. 19 ban, to make small cars in the water or to highlight... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 95) B. warning symbol B. 1
Bid to drive (section 6.12) in the direction indicated by the arrow. (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 96) B. 2 bid to go over on the side of the fairway, a) on the port side of the vehicle is located (section 6.12)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 96) b) on the starboard side of the vehicle is located (section 6.12)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 96) B. 3 bid to hold the side of the fairway, a) on the port side of the vehicle is located (section 6.12)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 96) b) on the starboard side of the vehicle is located (section 6.12)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 96) B. 4 bid to cross the channel a) to port (section 6.12)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 97) b) to starboard (section 6.12)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 97) B. 5 bid to stop according to the provisions of this Regulation (§§ 6.26, 6.28)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 97) B. 6 bid, not to exceed the specified speed (in km/h)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 97) B. 7 bid to give audible... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 97) B. 8 bid of to caution (section 6.08)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 98) B. 9 bid only in the main waterway to enter or cross, if as a result the vehicles on the main waterway not be forced to change their course or their speed (paragraph 6.16)... (Abbildungen a) and b) BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd. P. 98) B. 10 bid, if necessary, to change course and speed to allow vehicles to exit from the port or the minor waterway (paragraph 6.16)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 98) B. 11 a) obligation to take this device in operation (§ 4.04 no. 4)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 98) b) obligation to take the radio on the channel indicated on the sign in operation (§ 4.04 no. 4)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 98) C. character constraint C. 1 limited depth... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 99) C. 2 limited clearance above the water level... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 99) C. 3 limited width of passage or the fairway... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 99) C. 4 shipping limitations: obtain information... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 99) C. 5 the channel runs from the right (left) Bank; the number on the Blackboard sign specifies the distance in meters, the vehicles by the Blackboard sign must comply with.
Note: on the tables C. 1, C. 2 and C. 3 can in addition in figures the meter data to the depth, to the clear height above the water level or to the width of passage or the fairway be specified.
D. recommending character D. 1 recommended passage of a) for traffic in both directions (§§ 6.25 6.26, 6.27)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 100) b) for transport only in the indicated direction (traffic in the opposite direction prohibited) (§§ 6.25 6.26, 6.27)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 100) D. 2 recommendation to keep (in a bridge or weir opening) in the area limited by the signs (paragraph 6.24)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 100) D. recommendation 3, a) in the direction indicated by the arrow to drive... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 100) b) to go in the direction of the fixed light to the same clock light (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 100) E. signs E. 1 permission for the transit (General sign) (§§ 6.08 6.16, 6.26, 6.27, 6. 28a)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 101) E. 2 intersecting high-voltage line... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 101) E. 3 military... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 101) E. 4A) not free propelled ferry... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 101) b) free propelled ferry... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 101) E. 5 permission to the Stilliegen (anchoring or mooring on the shore) (§ 7.02, 7.05)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 102) S. 5.1 permission to the Stilliegen on the surface of the water, which width measured from the sign on this in meters is specified (§ 7.05)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 102) S. 5 2 permission to the Stilliegen on the surface of the water, the distances specified by the two in metres, measured from the sign, is limited (§ 7.05)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 102) S. 5.3-maximum number of vehicles of that side by side stilliegen may (§ 7.05)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 102) S. 5.4 berth vehicle without crew, except vehicles which must... cause the blue or red cone day after 3.37 § or § 3.38 (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 102) S. 5 5 berth for vehicles without a crew, which must... cause the blue cone day after § 3.37 (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 103) S. 5.6 berth for vehicles without a crew, which must... cause the Red cone day after § 3.38 (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 103) S. 5.7 berth vehicle with crew, except vehicles which must... cause the blue or red cone day after 3.37 § or § 3.38 (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 103) S. 5.8 berth for crew vehicles, which must... cause the blue cone day after § 3.37 (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 103) S. 5 9 berth for vehicles with crew that must... give the Red cone during the day according to § 3.38 (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 103) S. 5.10 berth for cars with or without crew, except vehicles which must... cause the blue or red cone day after 3.37 § or § 3.38 (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 104) S. 5.11 berthing place for cars with or without crew, which must... cause the blue cone day after § 3.37 (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 104) S. 5 12 berth for cars with or without crew, which must... cause the Red cone day after § 3.38 (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 104) S. 6 permission to anchor (§ 7.03) and anchors, lines and chains grind to leave (article 6.18)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 104) S. 7 permission to moor (§ 7.04) on the shore... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 104) S. 7.1 berth, which is designed for the loading and unloading land vehicles (the maximum duration of existence is specified on a table under the shield)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 105) E. 8 turning place (paragraphs 6.13, 7.02)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 105) E. 9 the used water Street meets on a minor waterway (section 6.15)... (Abbildungen a) and b) BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd. S. 105) E. 10 the used water Street meets on a main waterway (paragraph 6.16)... (Abbildungen a) and b) BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd. S. 105) S. 11 end a ban or bid that applies only in one direction, or a restriction... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 106) E. 12 announcement sign: one or two white lights: a) feste(s) Licht(er): difficulty ahead: stop if required... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 106) b) Gleichtaktlicht(er): continue... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 106) S. 13 drinking water tap... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 106) E. 14 phones... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 106) S. 15-approval of vehicles with engine drive... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 107) S. 16 permission for sports and entertainment vehicles 2 *)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 107) S. 17 permission to water skiing... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 107) S. 18 permission for vehicles under sail... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 107 E. 19-approval of vehicles which pass under sail nor engine powered... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 107) E. 20 permits for sailing surfboards... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 108) E. 21 approved zone for shipping with sports cars of high speed... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 108) S. 22 approval, to make small cars in the water or to highlight... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 108) S. 23 way to get nautical information on the channel indicated on the sign... on the radio (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 108) 1 *) Note: the competent authorities may prohibit also the shipping with this sign with small vehicles.
2 *) Note: the competent authorities may allow shipping with this Panel with small vehicles.
Section II. supplementary characters the main characters (section I) may be supplemented by the following additional characters: 1 signs, distance up to the place, at which the provision applies or is the special feature, which the main character specified by note is: the signs are installed over the main characters: examples:... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 109) stop after 1,000 m 1,500 m not free propelled ferry 2. additional light string white lights arrows combined with certain lights:... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 109) a) with green light example: permission to enter the basin located in the direction of the arrow... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 109) b) with red light example: ban to go into the pool located in the direction of the arrow... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 109) 3 triangular panels that indicate in which direction and what route the main sign applies Note: the triangular panels must be not necessarily white and can be next to or under the main sign attached.
 
Examples:... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 110) Stilliegen allows... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 110) Stilliegen forbidden (at 1,000 m) 4 boards, statements, or notices give Note:
 
The tablets are placed under the main character examples:... (Pictures BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 110) stop to customs a long tone give Annex 8 name of the water Street site of the original text: BGBl. I 1993, plant band p. 111-121 A. designation in the waterway to the limit of the fairway A. 1 right side of the fairway during the day: Red tons, preferably cylindrical, red swimmers or spars not cylindrical tons and float are provided with a red cylinder-shaped top mark.
 
 
 
Ton... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 111) float... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 111) Spiere... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 111) at night: Red clock fire... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 111) the characters A. 1 refer to the limit and position of the fairway; they refer to the right side of the fairway and dangers on the right bank.
A. 2 left page of the fairway during the day: Green tons, preferably conical, green float or spars not conical tons and float are provided with a green cone-shaped top mark.
 
 
 
Ton... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 112) float... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 112) Spiere... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 112) at night: Green clock fire... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 112) the characters A. 2 refer to the limit and position of the fairway; they refer to the left side of the fairway and dangers on the left bank.
A. 3 fairway cleavage during the day: clay, preferably spherical, float or spars with horizontal red and green bands not spherical tons and float are provided with a spherical top mark with horizontal red and green bands.
 
 
 
Buoy... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 112) float... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 112) Spiere... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 112) at night: white the same clock fire... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 113) the characters A. 3 refer to the Division or the Association of the fairway and danger spots in the fairway. Valley driver as climbers can these characters of either passing to port or to starboard.
A. 4 (deleted) A. 5 buoys for the marking of moorings on the right side of the fairway (§ 7.05)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 113) A. 6 buoys for the marking of moorings on the left side of the fairway (§ 7.05)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 113) B. marking the location of the fairway by fixed shipping characters - marking the location of the fairway on the shore B. 1 right bank by day: red square panels with white horizontal stripes on the top and bottom of... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 114) at night: Red clock fire... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 114) the sign of B. 1 show the approximate location of the fairway on the shore and mark the points where the fairway approaches the right bank; with the floating navigation signs They also serve as points of reference.
B. 2 left bank by day: on related top square panels, whose top Hälfte white green and whose lower half is... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 114) at night: Green clock fire... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 115) the sign of B. 2 show the approximate location of the fairway on the shore and mark the points where the fairway approaches the left bank; with the floating navigation signs They also serve as points of reference.
 
 
 
Example... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 115) marking transitions in addition to the sign of B. 1 and B. 2 the transition of the fairway from a bank can be on the other displayed by a special label.
B. 3 right bank by day: yellow square panels with a black vertical central reservation... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 115) at night: yellow Flash fire with a group of two flashes, if necessary, with limited opening angle... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 116) the sign of B. 3 show the beginning and end of the passage of the fairway from the right bank to the left.
B. 4 right bank by day: yellow, standing on the top of square plates with a black vertical central reservation... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 116) at night: yellow Flash fire, if necessary, with limited opening angle... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 116) the sign of B. 4 show the beginning and end of the passage of the fairway from the left bank to the right.
 
 
 
Example... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 117) simple indication of transition marking transitions with set characters in a long transition the middle of the fairway by setting characters can be displayed. Such a sign of setting consists of two same, consecutive characters (B. 3 or B. 4), where the front character is lower than the rear. the connection line indicates the axis of the fairway.
B. 5 right bank by day: two yellow tablets B. 3 (front and rear panel) front panel... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 117) rear panel... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 117) at night: front yellow equal clock fire, behind yellow fixed fire front fire... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 118) rear fire... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 118) B. 6 left bank by day: two yellow tablets B. 4 (front and rear panel) front panel... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 118) rear panel... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 119) at night: front yellow equal clock fire, behind yellow fixed fire front fire... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 119) rear fire... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 119) C. designation of hazardous points and navigation obstacles by fixed shipping characters C. 1 danger sign, right bank by day: white triangle with a red border, top down... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 120) the characters C. 1 show danger points on the right bank or in its vicinity on (groynes, tail); they can call flow over, protruding points even at high tide.
C. 2 danger sign, left bank by day: white triangle with a green margin, tip top... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 120) the characters C. 2 show danger areas on the left bank or in its vicinity on (groynes, tail); they can call flow over, protruding points even at high tide.
C. 3 danger sign, where the passing is possible on both sides during the day: two white, triangular boards tips to each other, top with red border, which the lower green edge... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 120) at night: white the same clock fire... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) P. 120) the characters C. 3 can be attached to ends of the island, which splits the fairway and at junctions of navigable canals and tributaries.
D. additional description for the radar shipping D. 1 designation of Pier 1.
The tonnes A. 1 and A. 2 can be used with radar reflectors (ober - and arranged below the pillars).
 
2. the outriggers with radar reflectors are installed on the bridge piers.
 
... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 121) D. 2 name of overhead lines 1 fixed radar reflectors, if necessary, on the overhead line (on the radar image results in a point series)... (Figure BGBl. 1993 I Anlbd.) S. 121) 2.
Tons of yellow radar reflectors, mounted on, if necessary, two in addition to the Bank (on the radar screen, the two echoes viewing the line of overhead line) Appendix 9 flammable goods whose transportation vehicles at night the designation must complete the designation after the sections 3.14 and 3.21, during the day according to the paragraphs 3.32 and 3.37 site of the original text: BGBl. I 1993, plant band S. 122 1. flammable liquids : All hydrocarbons and liquid fuels are understood as such within the meaning of this regulation which have a flash point of highest 100 degrees C at a barometer score of 760 mm of mercury.
Transportation of flammable goods however is not the carriage of a) flammable liquids that can be involved in any ratio with water, b) flammable liquids than in bulk in a 200 l not exceeding amount, c) fuel for the operation of the main and auxiliary equipment of vehicles in the containers provided for this purpose.
2. diethyl ether smoking (Schwefeläther), Collodion, carbon disulfide, and Red nitric acid, when these fluids on a vehicle in a greater proportion than 2 kg carbon disulfide or 10 kg for the other liquids are transported.

Annex 10 explosive goods whose transportation vehicles at night the designation must complete the designation after the sections 3.15 and 3.22, during the day according to the paragraphs 3.33 and 3.38 site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 1993, investment volume S. 123 1 explosive goods and articles, if their gross total exceeds 5 kg.
2. with explosive goods loaded objects, if your gross total is greater than 15 kg; transportation of cartridges with ignition device and cartridges for small arms fire but only if their gross total exceeds 100 kg.
3. Flammables, Fireworks and similar goods with the exception of Sicherheitszündhölzern, if your gross total is greater than 15 kg; transportation of black powder ignition cords with slow burning but only if you exceed gross weight 100 kg.
4.
Various common transportation in paragraphs 1 to 3 of goods, p(tief)1 p(tief)2 p(tief)n when - +-+... +-> 1, where P(tief)1 P(tief)2 P(Tief)n p(tief)1, p(tief)2... p(tief)n the gross weight of individual goods, P(tief)1, P(tief)2... P(Tief)n the maximum weight specified in paragraphs 1 to 3 means.
5. ammonia, liquefied or dissolved under pressure if it is transported in tank-vessels.