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.
It tells you which side of the boat is facing you allowing you to pass on the right or
left of the ... You are operating a powerboat at night You see only red and green
lights on another boat What do these .... You are operating a powerboat at night
what does it mean when you see only a red and green light on another boat?
If you see a red light coming at you at night, it means the boat is on your boat's
right, which means it has the right of way. A green light is on the starboard side of
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...
When all three lights I see ahead, I turn to Starboard and show my Red: Green to
Green, Red to Red, Perfect Safety -- Go Ahead. But if to Starboard Red appear,
Several types of lights serve as navigational aids at night. ... When you see only a
green or only a red light you are approaching a sail -boat under sail and you ...
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
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?
At night a stern light would clearly indicate the difference, but in daytime it is less
easy ... Imagine that you can see both lights of an oncoming vessel right ahead,
but the red one keeps disappearing, so you can see mostly her green light. ... So
what happens if four similar vessels are heading for a collision at the same spot?