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Distress Signals
NOTE The   required   sound   signals   for   these In the Inland Rules, no provisions are made for a vessel constrained by its draft. situations are the same as those addressed for the same situation in the Inland. The International Rules address vessels engaged in fishing while at anchor and vessels restricted in their ability to maneuver when carrying out work at anchor separately. A vessel towed (or if more than one vessel is towed, the last vessel of the tow), if it is manned will, at intervals of not more than 2 minutes, sound four blasts in succession; namely, one prolonged blast followed by three short blasts. When practical, this signal must be C69.172 Figure  5-17.–International/inland  distress  signals. 5-24

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