In racing situations, the general rule is the sailboat on a starboard tack has the right of way. In navigational situations, generally the larger sailboat has right of way, however these rules may vary by country.
There are around 3.5 million oil rigs, though some are not entirely used to drill for oil and most is on land. Many rigs are used to drill for water and geothermal heat. Usage of geothermal heating is common in… Full Answer
The question should be "When is the sailboat the stand-on vessel...? The answer is if the sailboat has an engine and if it is in operation, the sailboat is treated as a power boat in determining stand-on status. The right-of-way… Full Answer
"Zeilboot" is a Dutch equivalent of "sailboat." Generally, a sailboat tends to be bigger than a sailboard and smaller than a sailing ship. It tends to be powered mainly by sails. But what actually is meant by the term varies… Full Answer