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International Buoyage Regions
RUNNING   LIGHTS All power-driven vessels are required to carry white, red,   and   green   running   lights   when   under   way. (See  figure  21.)  Running  lights  consist  of  a  white masthead light in the forward part of the ship (a second masthead light, abaft and higher than the forward one, is required on vessels 50 meters or more in length), sidelights  (red  on  the  portside,  green  on  the  starboard side), and a white stern light. Running   lights   are   fixed   so   they   display   an unbroken  arc  of  light  over  certain  portions  of  the horizon, making them readily identifiable. Running lights and their degree of arc are as follows: Running   Lights Degree of Arc Masthead   light 225° Sidelights 112.5° Stern  light 135° C282.15 Figure 21.—Running lights. 47

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