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Reeds Lights, Shapes and Buoyage Handbook

by Simon Jollands

Reeds Lights, Shapes and Buoyage Handbook Synopsis

It's easy to confuse (or forget) what particular lights, marks and shapes mean - especially under stress or in the dark - but with this handy book, help is quickly at hand. Laid out simply & clearly for quick accessibility, it enables crew, navigators, skippers and even casual day guests aboard to quickly identify the lights, marks and shapes being displayed by other ships at night as well as during the day. A ready reckoner reminder of: -Cardinal buoys and channel markers -Lights displayed by ships at night (tugs, dredgers, pilot vessels, stationary vessels, fishing boats, yachts, motorboats) and from all aspects (front, side, astern) -Daytime shapes displayed by boats (e.g. for anchoring, towing, diving, dredging) -Ships' sound signals (used in fog) -Signal flags and their navigational meanings (I am dragging my anchor; You are running into danger; I have a diver down). These lights, shapes and marks are applicable worldwide, by maritime law, which makes this international handbook a valuable and popular addition to the Reeds Handbook series.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781472965097
Publication date: 7th March 2019
Author: Simon Jollands
Publisher: Adlard Coles Nautical an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 128 pages
Categories: Boating, Navigation & seamanship,

About Simon Jollands

Simon Jollands is a former international TV producer and lifelong sailing enthusiast who has filmed many major sailing events plus written and directed sea safety films for the RNLI. He is also the co-founder of mobile app publisher The Other Hat that specializes in producing nautical reference apps.

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