Red and Green Should Never Be Seen?

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"Red and green should never be seen, except on the dress of an Irish queen." Typically the saying means that if you’re on a boat and you see red and green on the water, there is another boat headed directly for you.
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Sail boat is coming at you.
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Red & Green, it comes from our nautical history as an Island race, if you see Red and Green you are seeing both Port & starboard navigation lights of a ship heading directly
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Red and green should never be seen is a phrase that has to deal with shipping at night. If you saw another ship with the same color as yours, it meant that you are traveling opposite directions and you were safe. However, if you saw red and green together, then there is a chance that the ships could collide. There is also an Irish phrase that says 'Red and green should never be seen, except upon an Irish queen.'
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"Red and green should never be seen, except on the dress of an Irish queen." Typically the saying means that if you’re on a boat and ...
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