Responder a: Cabos – Power


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13 (1 PONTO) Handling a dead ship to make a broadside narrow berthing, the pilot placed two tugs on the port side of the ship, one at the bow, other at the stern. The tugs secured themselves firmly to the ship with one of “tie-ups” described in the book “Naval Shiphandling”, by R. S. Crenshaw Jr. With this arrangement, the direction of the applied force can be altered over a wide range by simply shifting the tug’s rudder. According to the referred book, which tie-up should be applied by the tugs?
(a) backing headline.
(b) single line.
(c) power.
(d) double headline.
(e) single headline.