What Is a Day Marker?

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A day marker is an instrument designed and built to aid in navigation by sailors on federal waters. The green day markers are kept to the right when leaving a harbor and red markers are kept to the right when returning to harbor. Disused lighthouses may also serve as daymarks.
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