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Page 39. SITUATION SIGNAL MAXIMUM  INTERVAL VESSEL  TOWED — . . . 2  MINUTES VESSEL  AT  ANCHOR X 1 MINUTE ADDITIONAL SOUND SIGNAL THAT AN ANCHORED . — . VESSEL MAY SOUND TO GIVE WARNING OF ITS POSITION VESSEL  AGROUND 3X3 1 MINUTE PILOT VESSEL WHEN ENGAGED ON PILOTAGE DUTY MAY  GIVE  THIS  ADDITIONAL  IDENTITY  SIGNAL . . . . NOTES: REPRESENTS  A  PROLONGED  BLAST  (4-6  SECONDS  IN  DURATION) . 3 REPRESENTS  A  SHORT  BLAST  (ABOUT  1  SECOND  IN  DURATION) REPRESENTS  THREE  STROKES  ON  THE  BELL X REPRESENTS RAPIDLY RINGING THE BELL FOR 5 SECONDS AND ON VESSELS 100 METERS OR LONGER RAPIDLY RINGING A GONG IN THE AFTER PART OF THE VESSEL FOR 5  SECONDS  AFTER  THE  BELL Figure 18.—Fog signals; International and Inland-Continued.

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