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STARBOARD  LOOKOUT:  Stationed  on  the starboard  bridge  wing.  Sector  extends  from  the forward  lookout's  boundary  to  the  starboard  beam (030° - 090°). AFT LOOKOUT: Stationed as far aft and as close to the waterline as possible. Sector extends from the starboard   beam   clockwise   to   the   port   beam (090 ° - 270°). PORT LOOKOUT: Stationed on the port bridge wing. Sector extends from the port bow to the forward lookout's boundary (270° - 330°). During restricted-visibility conditions, conduct a moderately fast search without binoculars, but have them within reach in case the fog suddenly lifts. SOUND  SIGNALS During restricted visibility, all ships continually sound fog signals in accordance with Navigation Rules, International  -  Inland.  (See  figure  18.)  Most  contacts will have to be reported by hearing prior to the actual sighting.  Sounds  that  might  be  heard  and  must  be reported are bell and whistle buoys, small craft motors, fog  signals,  wash  of  water  on  another  ship's  hull,  and any other unusual sounds. You must constantly be alert and  concentrate  on  the  job  at  hand  to  hear  these sounds. REPORTS Report sound signals using the following format. 1.  WHAT  IS  HEARD:  One  prolonged  blast,  a rapid ringing bell, two short whistles, and so forth. 36

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