A navigation light, also known as a running light, is a colored source of
illumination on a ... When two craft have crossing paths, each sees a red or green
running light. ... vessels to display red...
Encountering a Sailing Vessel at Night. When you see only a green light or only a
red light, you may be approaching a sailing vessel and you must give way.
Rules for approaching, overtaking and avoiding other vessels in darkness. ...
Powerboat A's options for overtaking powerboat B at night when seeing a white
light: on ... Powerboat A: When only white and red lights are visible, you are ...
Powerboat A approaches powerboat B head-on, with red, green and white lights.
Everything you need to know about boat navigation at night, includes right-of-way
... If you meet a vessel and see a green, red and white light, you are ... If you see
a white light on its own it indicates that you DO NOT have the right-of-way. ... If
only a white light is visible, you may be approaching another craft from behind.
Apr 24, 2012 ... If you have been night boating, you know how important it is to know what the ...
enjoying the hum of the engine as the only sounds you hear, the air has ... And
you see a green and a red light obviously on a boat. ... if two vessels are heading
in to a collision and how in the world does the operator react?
However, remain alert in case the other boat operator does not see you or does
not ... When you see only a green or only a red light you are approaching a sail ...
Operating at night (or in reduced visibility) can present some special ... yet
bifocals, you simply don't see as well at night as you do during the day. It is not
only important that you be able to identify other vessels operating in your ... If you
don't see the green starboard sidelight or the red port sidelight when the stern...
If you do then this site was made for you! ... see Rule #25 ... the use of a second
masthead light is optional for power vessels under 50m .... Memory Aid: "Green
Over White = Trawling At Night" and the Red for hauling means the ... this may
mean (stern light? vessel at anchor? distant vessel where only the masthead light
Boats that do not have the right-of-way are called "give-way craft". ... Right-of-way
and navigation rules are the same whether operating during the day or at night. ...
If you meet a vessel and see a green, red and white light, you are approaching ...
If only a white light is visible, you are approaching another craft from be...
A RED or GREEN light visible on another vessel indicates - a crossing situation.
A RED light on the ... If you see a red light at night, what does that indicate?