1. General The lights mentioned herein shall, is exhibited in pursuance of Rule 26 (d), be places where they can best be seen. They shall be at least. Colreg annexes pdfColreg annexes pdf Colreg annexes pdf. ColReg: You Will Find Full Explanation Of The Rules, Supported With Pictures, 3d Models, Sounds And Videos To Help Future Seafarers. ANNEX

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The minimum vertical separation differs between the International 4. Rule 21 Definitions a “Masthead light” means a white light placed over the fore and aft centerline of the vessel showing an unbroken light over an arc of horizon of degrees and so fixed as to show the light from right ahead to Rule 10 of the Collision Regulations deals with the behaviour of vessels in or near traffic separation schemes adopted by the Organization.

The boundaries of the area for each color are given by indicating the corner coordinates, which are as follows: The term “vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver” shall include but not be limited to: It looks like your browser does not have JavaScript enabled.

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Vessels carrying both forward and after masthead lights Rule 23 a also carry forward and after masthead lights when towing Rule 24 d. The frequency of any one whistle shall differ from those of the others by at least 10 Hz. Some light, undesirably because it affects perceptions of wnnexes, leaks outside of the sector.

The United States does not define practical cut-off for lights designed for vessels less than twenty meters, although a number of European countries do.

The highest and lowest of these lights annexfs be red and the middle light shall be white; ii three shapes in a vertical line where they can best be seen. Two new paragraphs were added to Rule 10 to exempt vessels which are restricted in their ability to manoeuvre “when engaged in an operation for the safety of navigation in a traffic separation scheme” or when engaged in cable laying.

Rule 31 Seaplanes Where it is impracticable for a seaplane or a WIG craft to exhibit lights and shapes of the characteristics or in the positions prescribed in the Rules of this Part she shall exhibit lights and shapes as closely similar in characteristics and position as is possible.


Rule 15 Crossing Situation When two power-driven vessels are crossing so as to involve risk of collision, the vessel which colrreg the other on her own starboard side shall keep xnnexes of the way and shall, if the circumstances of the case admit, avoid crossing ahead of the other vessel. Rule 26 covers light requirements for fishing vessels. When outlying fishing gear annnexes more than meters from the vessel, an all-round white light must be displayed in the direction of that gear.

To ensure a wide variety of whistle characteristics, the fundamental frequency of a whistle shall be between the anbexes limits: Znnexes 26 Fishing Vessels a A vessel engaged in fishing, whether underway or at anchor, shall exhibit only the lights and shapes prescribed by this rule. SOS in the Morse Code. Rule 14 deals with head-on situations. The Inland Annex I is very similar but many specifications differ to suit the particular conditions of the inland waterways.

Convention on the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972 (COLREGs)

Annex I normally expresses the vertical position of lights as “height above the hull. A six-mile light needs ninety-four xnnexes, almost twice as bright; a three-mile light, twelve candelas. Rule 39 provides definitions.

Part F – Verification of compliance with the provisions of the Convention. This light shall be placed not anenxes than the all-round white light prescribed in Rule 26 c i and not lower than the sidelights.


Rule 37 covers distress signals. The Inland Rules permit only the first two options. Horizontal positioning and spacing of lights a When two masthead lights are prescribed for a power-driven vessel, the horizontal distance between them shall not be less than one half of the length of the vessel but need not be more than meters.

Rule 28 covers light requirements annexes vessels constrained by their draught.

COLREGs course – Annex II – Additional signals for fishing vessel fishing in close proximity

Rule 17 deals with the action of the stand-on vessel, including the provision that the stand-on vessel annexew “take action to avoid collision by her manoeuvre alone as soon as it becomes apparent to her that the vessel required to keep out of the way is not taking appropriate action. These additional station or signal lights or whistle signals shall, so far as possible, be such that copreg cannot be mistaken for any light, shape, or signal authorized elsewhere under these Rules.


Rule 30 requires two anchor lights for vessels fifty meters or longer. The sidelights of vessels of 20 meters or more in length shall be fitted with inboard screens painted matt black, and meeting the requirements of Section 9 of this Annex. For power-driven vessels two hundred meters or longer, the minimum horizontal separation is a flat one hundred meters for International and fifty meters for Inland.

International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea (COLREGS)

Rule 20 Application Rule 21 Definitions Rule 22 Visibility of lights Rule 23 Power-driven vessels underway Rule 24 Towing and pushing Rule 25 Sailing vessels underway and vessels under oars Rule 26 Fishing vessels Rule 27 Vessels not under command or cilreg in their ability to manoeuvre Rule 28 Vessels constrained by their draught Rule 29 Pilot vessels Rule 30 Anchored vessels and vessels aground Rule 31 Seaplanes. If so, she shall take avoiding action in ample time, provided that when such action consists of an alteration in course, so far as possible the following shall be avoided:.

When a vessel is in distress and requires assistance she shall use or exhibit the signals described in Annex IV to these Regulations.

If necessary to attract the attention of another vessel, any vessel may make light or sound signals that cannot be mistaken for any signal authorized elsewhere in these Rules, or may direct the beam of her searchlight in the direction of the danger, in such a way as not to embarrass any vessel Any light to attract the attention of another vessel shall be such that it cannot be mistaken for any aid annsxes navigation.

However, if she does not, she shall make some other efficient sound signal at intervals of not more than 2 minutes. In determining a safe speed the following factors shall be among those taken into account: