Knockdown and capsizing : sail training yacht Concordia, 300 miles SSE off Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, 17 February 2010. (eBook, 2011) [WorldCat.org]
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Knockdown and capsizing : sail training yacht Concordia, 300 miles SSE off Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, 17 February 2010.

Author: Transportation Safety Board of Canada.
Publisher: Ottawa, Ont. : Transportation Safety Board of Canada, 2011
Series: Marine investigation report, M10F0003.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Transportation Safety Board of Canada, issuing body.
Knockdown and capsizing, sail training yacht Concordia, 300 miles SSE off Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 17 February 2010.
[Gatineau, Qub̌ec] : Transportation Safety Board of Canada = Bureau de la sčurit ̌des transports du Canada, 2011.
(CaOONL)20157013847
Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Transportation Safety Board of Canada.
ISBN: 1100192816 9781100192819
OCLC Number: 768411163
Description: 1 online resource (vi, 75 pages) : color illustrations, digital file
Contents: Appendices. Appendix A Sail plan --
Appendix B General arrangement --
Appendix C Area of occurrence --
Appendix D Emergency equipment --
Appendix E Sea surface pressure chart --
Appendix F Maximum steady heel angle to prevent downflooding in gusts and squalls --
Appendix G Apparent wind speed versus heel angle --
Appendix H Environmental and ship behaviour information --
Appendix I Glossary. 3.0. Conclusions. 3.1. Findings as to causes and contributing factors --
3.2. Findings as to risk --
3.3. Other findings. 4.0. Safety action. 4.1. Action taken: 4.1.1. Transportation Safety Board of Canada; 4.1.2. Barbados Maritime; 4.1.3. Transport Canada --
4.2. Action required: 4.2.1. Stability guidance information for sail training vessels; 4.2.2. Canada; 4.2.3. International. 1.21. Transportation Safety Board stability evaluation: 1.21.1. Righting arm curve: 1.21.1.1. Hull and deckhouse Openings: 1.21.1.2 Weathertight integrity; 1.21.2. Wind heeling horizontal winds; 1.21.3. Wind heeling wind inclined from the horizontal; 1.21.4. Stability of large sailing vessels --
1.22. Required competencies for sailing vessel masters and officers: 1.22.1. International; 1.22.2. United Kingdom; 1.22.3. United States; 1.22.4. Canada --
1.23. International Convention on Maritime Search and Rescue, 1979: 1.23.1. SISTRAM --
1.24. Dissemination of maritime safety information --
1.25. EPIRB registration --
1.26. SART --
1.27. Helicopter transfer standards --
1.28. Management of safety --
1.29. List of available reports. 2.0. Analysis. 2.1. The knockdown: 2.1.1. Heeling in horizontal winds; 2.1.2. Heeling in winds inclined from the horizontal; 2.1.3. Probable wind speed in the knockdown --
2.2. Weathertight integrity --
2.3. Stability guidance --
2.4. Stability training for masters and officers of sailing vessels --
2.5. Emergency preparedness for knockdowns --
2.6. Use of autopilot in adverse weather conditions --
2.7. EPIRB registration --
2.8. Search and rescue: 2.8.1. Delay in initiating distress-type activities; 2.8.2. SAR aircraft; 2.8.3. Transfer of the survivors to naval frigate --
2.9. Management of Safety. 1.0. Factual information. 1.1. Particulars of the vessel --
1.2. Description of the vessel --
1.3. Description of vessel operations --
1.4. History of the voyage: 1.4.1. Events in wheelhouse following the knockdown; 1.4.2. Events above and below decks; 1.4.3. Abandonment; 1.4.4. Events following abandonment --
1.5. Search and rescue: 1.5.1. Rescue operations; 1.5.2. Transfer to naval vessel --
1.6. Injuries --
1.7. Damage to vessel --
1.8. Damage to the environment --
1.9. Personnel information --
1.10. Vessel Certification. --
1.11. Weather forecast information --
1.12. Downbursts: 1.12.1. Satellite imagery of the occurrence weather --
1.13. Location of communication equipment --
1.14. Emergency equipment --
1.15. Emergency preparedness --
1.16. Autopilot --
1.17. Anemometer --
1.18. Stability information booklet --
1.19. Stability guidance for the master: 1.19.1. Curves of maximum steady heel angle to prevent downflooding in gusts and squalls --
1.20. Regulatory requirements for stability guidance.
Series Title: Marine investigation report, M10F0003.
Other Titles: Renversement et naufrage :

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