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  1. NAVIGATION LIGHTSPART CRULES 20 - 31 2008

  2. Rule 20 - Application

  3. Notes

  4. Note • The navigation lights in this presentation are the lights identifying the type of vessel sighted, which may exhibit other lights to indicate whether they are underway, at anchor, or the vessel’s size

  5. Rule 20 - Application • Lights shall exhibited at night and when foggy or rainy

  6. Rule 21 - Definitions

  7. Navigation Lights 1. Masthead light 2. Port side light 3. Starboard side light 4. Stern light 5. Towing light

  8. Rule 22 - Visibility of Lights

  9. Rule 22 - Visibility of Lights

  10. Rule 23 - Power-driven Vessels Underway

  11. White masthead lights with Red or Green, steaming vessel can be seen(Power driven vessel)

  12. Flash Yellow Slow, Sub is below(Submarine (90 flashes per minute))

  13. Fast yellow flash, hovercraft dash(Non displacement vessel (120 flashes per minute))

  14. Rule 24 - Towing and Pushing

  15. White and White, tow length is light(tug with tow less than 200m)

  16. Three whites in a row, it’s a long tow(Vessel with tow length greater than 200m)

  17. Yellow over White, my hawser is tight(Vessel engaged in towing seen from aft)

  18. Rule 25 - Sailing Vessels Underway and Vessels Under Oars

  19. Red over Green - sailing machine

  20. Rule 26 - Fishing Vessels

  21. Red over White, fish on tonight(vessel engaged in fishing)

  22. White under Green, bottom fish seen(vessel engaged in trawling)

  23. Rule 27 - Vessels Not Under Command or Restricted in Their Ability to Manoeuvre

  24. Red over Red, Captain is dead (engine is dead)(not under command)

  25. Red, White, Red, working ahead(restricted in ability to manoeuvre)

  26. Red over Red, danger ahead(Vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre, with obstructions on side with red lights)

  27. Green over Green, safe to be seen(Vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre, and clear on side of green lights)

  28. Green, Green, Green, mines may be seen(Minesweeping vessel)

  29. Rule 28 - Vessels Constrained by Their Draft

  30. Red, Red, Red, rudder rubbing rocks(constrained by draft) not in Canadian waters

  31. Rule 29 - Pilot Vessels

  32. White over Red, Pilot ahead(vessel on pilotage duty)

  33. Rule 30 - Anchored Vessels and Vessels Aground

  34. White at stern, White at bow, ship is at anchor now(Vessel at anchor)

  35. White and White with Red over Red, danger there are rocks ahead (Vessel aground)

  36. Miscellaneous

  37. Flashing Blue, police or rescue(law enforcement or rescue vessel)