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Ship Navigation Signal light install rule

  1. “Mast light” refers to the white light placed above the centerline of the bow and tail of the ship, displayed within a horizontal arc of 225 degrees

Uninterrupted lights, the device of which should make the lights appear 22.5 degrees from the front of the boat to the front of each side

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  1. “Broadlight” means the green light on the starboard side and the red light on the port side, each displayed in a horizontal arc of 112.5 degrees

The light is broken and the device is to make the light from the front of the ship to the front of each side within 22.5 degrees

Display. Ships with a length of less than 20 meters. The bulks can be combined into a single lamp and installed in the bow and tail centers of the ship

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  1. “Tail light” means a white light placed as close to the stern as possible, showing in a horizontal arc of 135 degrees

Broken lights, the device of which is to display the lights from the rear of the boat to within 67.5 degrees of each side.

  1. “Towing light” means a yellow light with the same characteristics as the “tail light” described in paragraph 3 of this article.
  2. “Ring light” refers to a signal light that displays uninterrupted lights in a horizontal arc of 360 degrees.
  3. “Flash” means a flash of 120 or more flashes per minute at a certain interval

The signal light.

 

 L >= 12m 12> L >=7m L < 7m
Master Light 1 1 1
starboard side ( green) 1 1 1
Port side (Red) 1 1 1
Tail light 1 1 1
Red All-round light 2
White All-round light 1 1

 

Article 22 The visibility distance of the trumpet lamp

The beacons specified in the various sections of these Rules shall have such luminous intensity as specified in Section 8 of Appendix I to these Rules in order that they may be used in the It can be seen at the following minimum distances:

  1. Ships with a length of 50 meters or more:

masthead, 6 nm;

portholes, 3 nm;

tail lights, 3 nm;

towing light, 3 nm;

White, red, green or – ring light, 3 nautical miles.

  1. Ships with a length of 12 meters or more but less than 50 meters:

mast light, 5 nm; But for ships with a length of less than 20 meters, 3 nautical miles

portlights, 2 nm;

tail lights, 2 nm;

towing light, 2 nm;

White, red, green or – ring light, 2 nautical miles.

  1. Ships with a length of less than 12 meters:

mast light, 2 nautical miles;

portholes, 1 nm;

tail lights, 2 nm;

towing light, 2 nm;

White, red, green or – ring light, 2 nautical miles.

  1. Imperceptible, partially submerged towed vessels or objects:

White surround light, 3 nautical miles.

Article 23 Motor vessels in transit

  1. The motor vessel under sail shall display:

(1) a mast lamp in the front;

(2) the second mast, which is followed by and higher than the foremast; Ships with a length of less than 50 meters are not required to show this

mast lights, but it is possible to do so;

(3) two portholes;

(4) A tail light.

  1. When the hovercraft is sailing in a non-displacement state, it shall display a ring in addition to the signal light specified in paragraph 1 of this Article

Shine – flash.

  1. (1) For motor vessels with a length of less than 12 meters, a surround white light and a porthole light may be displayed in lieu of this Article 1

the signal lamp specified in this paragraph;

(2) A motor boat with a length of less than 7 meters and a maximum speed of no more than 7 knots can display a white lantern that surrounds the light

in lieu of the signal lamp specified in paragraph 1 of this Article. If practicable, portlights should also be displayed;

(3) The mast light or surround white light of a motor ship with a length of less than 12 meters, if it is not possible to install it on the bow and tail of the ship

On the centerline, it can be displayed off the centerline, and if its gunlights are merged into one, it should be installed on the ship

On the centerline of the head and tail, or as far as possible near the head and tail line where the mast or ring light is located.

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