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Signals between Vessels,  Continued Term Definition In  Sight  of  One  Only  when  one  can  be  seen  from  the  other. Another Seaplane Any  aircraft  that  maneuvers  on  the  water. Restricted Any  condition  in  which  visibility  is  restricted  by  fog, Visibility mist,  falling  snow,  heavy  rainstorms,  sandstorm,  or  any other  similar  causes. Inland  Waters The  navigable  waters  of  the  United  States  shoreward  of the  navigational  demarcation  lines  dividing  the  high seas  from  harbors,  rivers,  and  other  such  bodies  of waters  of  the  United  States,  and  the  waters  of  the  Great Lakes  of  the  United  States  side  of  the  International Boundary. Demarcation Lines Lines  delineating  those  waters  upon  which  mariners must  comply  with  the  72  COLREGS  and  those  waters on  which  mariners  must  comply  with  the  Inland Navigation  Rules.  (The  boundaries  for  the  demarcation lines  are  listed  in  the  back  of  the  Coast  Guard publication  Navigation  Rules.) Whistle Any  sound  signaling  appliance  capable  of  producing  the prescribed  blast  and  which  complies  with  the specifications  in  Annex  III  of  the  International  and Inland  Rules.  (When  your  ship  was  built  and  the whistle  was  installed,  all  of  the  specifications  listed  in Annex  III  were  considered.) The  term  short  blast  means  a  blast  of  about  l-second duration. The  term  prolonged  blast  means  a  blast  of  from  4-  to 6-second  duration. 4-42

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