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  1. Navigation Safety Regulations - SOR/2005-134 (Section 82)
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    • (2) The master of every ship shall communicate the information required by subsection (4) by all means at the master’s disposal to ships in the vicinity and to the shore station for the area if the ship encounters

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      • (d) sub-freezing air temperatures associated with gale force winds, causing severe ice accretion on superstructures.

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    • (4) The following information is required in danger messages:

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      • (d) if the ship encounters sub-freezing air temperatures associated with gale force winds, causing severe ice accretion on superstructures,

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        • (ii) the air temperature,

        • (iii) the sea temperature, if practicable, and


  2. Navigation Safety Regulations - SOR/2005-134 (SCHEDULE 3)

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    Danger Messages

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    Item Danger Examples of Danger Messages
    6 Sub-freezing air temperatures associated with gale force winds, causing severe ice accretion on superstructures TTT EXPERIENCING SEVERE ICING. 1400 UTC. MARCH 2. 69N, 10W. AIR TEMPERATURE 18°F (-7.8°C). SEA TEMPERATURE 29°F (‑1.7°C). WIND NE, FORCE 8.


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