Action to avoid a collision shall be positive, made in ample time and with due regard to good seamanship. Consider this, make your intentions very clear early on by making a large and positive turn and clearly show the other vessel the beam of your boat. This will avoid confusion. In taking this action you must not increase the risk of collision with another vessel.
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