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도서 A STEAMER always gives way to a sailing vessel, and it must be remembered that every...에 대해 검색한
" A STEAMER always gives way to a sailing vessel, and it must be remembered that every vessel under sail, with steam ready, though not using it, is considered a steamer in the event of collision. EVERY VESSEL UNDERWEIGH is to carry a green light on... "
Sea Terms and Phrases in English and French ... - 59 페이지
저자: Eugène Pornain - 1881 - 159 페이지
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Seamanship

Alfred Henry Alston - 1871 - 585 페이지
...considered a steamer in the event of collision. 251. EVERY VESSEL UNDERWEIGH — Is to carry a green tight on the starboard, and a red light on the port side ; steamers in addition carry a white light at the foremost head. The side lights to be fitted with inboard screens, projecting at least 3 feet forward...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit Court of the ..., 7권

United States. Circuit Court (2nd Circuit), Samuel Blatchford - 1871 - 24 페이지
...responsibility. Second, as to the Scotia. Her lights were all set and burning bright, a white light at mast-head, a green light on the starboard and a red light on the port side. She saw the Berkshire's white light near the horizon, off her port bow. She The Scotia. had no reason...
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The rigger's guide

Charles Bushell - 1874
...though not using it, is considered a steamer in the event of collision. EVERY VESSEL UNDERWEIGH is to carry a green light on the starboard, and a red...; steamers in addition carry a white light at the foremost head. The side lights to be fitted with inboard screens, projecting at least three feet forward...
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The Admiralty Decisions of Sir William Young, Kt. ... 1865-1880

Nova Scotia. Vice-Admiralty Court, Sir William Young, James Macdonald Oxley - 1882 - 312 페이지
...part of the plaintiff there are no facts in dispute. The schooner had good regulation lights turning, a green light on the starboard, and a red light on the port side, and no question was raised about the inboard screens. She was, therefore, no way in fault, and the...
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A Pictorial History of the Thames

Alexis Sidney Krausse - 1889 - 214 페이지
...compulsory to carry three lights (a white light in the centre of the boat, four feet above the deck, a green light on the starboard, and a red light on the port side) when navigating the river after dusk, under a penalty of £5. Clause 13 inflicts a penalty for concealing...
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Dictionary of the Thames, from Oxford to the None: An Unconventional Handbook

Charles Dickens - 1894
...vessels under sail east of London Bridge shall exhibit between sunset and sunrise two lights, viz., a green light on the starboard and a red light on the port side, such lights to be visible on a dark night with a clear atmosphere at a distance of at least one mile....
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Hagopian Turkish Conversation Gramar

V. H. Hagopian - 1907 - 526 페이지
...using it, is considered a steamer, in the event of collision. - 6 - - n Every vessel underweigh is to carry a green light on the starboard and a red light on the . Jjj jj.f**£^i\ ,*aj ( port side. — 7 - - V Steamers, in addition, carry a white light at the fore-masthead...
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The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science; with which is ..., 37권

1878
...spheres of activity above mentioned. All vessels are now required to display from sunset to sunrise a green light on the starboard, and a red light on the port side. These lights indicate not merely the position of the vessel but the direction in which she is moving....
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Seaman

United States. Bureau of Naval Personnel - 1951 - 253 페이지
...which must be higher than the side lights about to be described. All vessels under way are required to carry a green light on the starboard and a red light on the port side, visible from dead ahead to two points abaft the beam. Each light MUST be invisible across the bow....
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