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Lateral Marks


Lateral marks are used for defining left and right side of sailing route or channel following 'conventional mark direction'. In Zone A* left side of sailing route is marked red, day and night, and right side is green. In Zone B* other way around: left side is green, ans right is red.

Marks of Sailing Channels

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Left side   Right side
Red Color Green
Cylindric,
with post or bar
Shape
(buoy)
Coned,
with post or bar
Red cylinder Top mark
(if exists)
Green cone,
with top upwards
Red Light
(if exists)
Green
What ever,
exept flashes in groups (2+1)
Ritham What ever,
exept flashes in groups (2+1)


Branching Sailing Route Martks


On branching sailing route position, modified lateral mark can be used to designate main channel as better route.


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Main channel is right   Main channel is left
Red,
with wide green belt
Color Green,
with wide red belt
Cylindric,
with post or bar
Shape
(buoy)
Cone,
with post or bar
Red cylinder Mark on top
(if exists)
Green cone,
top upwards
Red Light
(if exists)
Green
Flashes in group (2+1) Ritham Flashes in group (2+1)


* Zone A: Europ, Australia, New Zeland, Africa and some asian countries
Zone B: North and South America, Japan, Korea and Philipines

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