Overview of Traffic Separation Schemes
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A Traffic Separation Scheme is an area in the sea where navigation of ships is highly regulated. It is meant to create ''lanes'' in the water and ships in a specific lane are all going in (roughly) the same direction.
A TSS is created in locations with dense shipping where ships can go in different directions and where there is a high risk of collisions. In the overview below the regulating authority is always the IMO unless stated differently)
If below TSS or Routing Scheme is ''not'' governed by the IMO the governing body will be mentioned between '
Traffic Separation Schemes and similar routing-systems can be found at:〔UK Hydrographic Office: (TSS shown on Admiralty Charts ), retrieved: 28 April 2012〕
==Atlantic Ocean: East==
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