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6 Navigation Lights, Shapes & Sound Signals


6.1 Objective


The objective of this Chapter is to provide guidance on the lights, shapes and sound signals required by MASS.


6.2 Scope


6.2.1 If it can be demonstrated that, for a particular vessel, full compliance with the regulations is impracticable, then application can be made to the Administration where considered necessary, via the Recognised Organisation, for consideration of exemptions and equivalent arrangements, taking into account the class and nature of the operation of the vessel concerned.


6.3 Lights & Signals


6.3.1 A vessel should comply with the requirements of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, 1972, as amended (COLREG). With regard to Part C, a vessel which operates only between sunrise and sunset, and in favourable weather, is not required to carry navigation lights where it can be demonstrated that the vessel will not be caught in or near an area of restricted visibility.


6.3.2 Table 6.1 is a summary table of navigation lights appliances for vessels. This Table is for guidance only and does not cover all possible operations. Reference should be made to the regulations stated in Paragraph 6.3.1 for all operations not covered.


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