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    RNinMunich
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    "I am amazed at the wide scope of info that you guys have that we can all tap into,"
    That's why we are all here Richard 😊
    Whatever is bugging you SOMEONE here, from Norway to South Africa - Canada to New Zealand, will most likely know the answer.
    Place is full of 'Bin there, done that' Guys πŸ˜‰
    Cheers, Doug 😎
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    Ref- Ron's reply. Bear in mind that the anchor light is only used when the vessel is at anchor or moored to a mooring buoy. It is normally hung in the rigging between the masthead and the stem, but this depends on the type of vessel. No other light would be displayed at this time. They are all steaming lights.

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    When the winds before the rain, soon you may make sail again, but when the rain's before the wind, tops'l sheets and halyards mind
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    Good morning Ron, thank you for your help, this info is very helpful. I am amazed at the wide scope of info that you guys have that we can all tap into, amazing stuff.

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    Ron
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    This information was provided by a tugboat owner/skipper from Tofino, B.C.
    - anchor light, white all around.
    - mast head light fwd 225 degrees white
    - stern light aft 135 degrees white
    - towing light fwd 225 degrees white ( in vertical line with mast head )
    - towing light aft 135 degrees amber ( above stern light )
    - side lights fwd ( red and green ) 112.5 degrees
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    Thank you Admiral πŸ‘
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    Hi Richard,
    I agree with Nerys.

    Three white lights on the mast.

    Martin555.
    If it looks right it probably is.
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    As far as I know, a tug with a tow of under 200metres would display two horizontal white lights at the masthead, and if the tow is over 200 metres, three horizontal white lights. In both cases the white stern light will have a yellow light above it.

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    Hello everyone,
    I am coming to the end of a 3 year build of the St Canute Tug but need some help with the colour of the three lights on the forward mast, there are two lanterns and one light on the top of the mast. Would anyone know the colour sequence of these lights, l think the one on the top of the mast is β€˜white’ (?)
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    Thanks Doug....
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    Evenin' Richard,
    If you know the User Names of the folks just click on their underlined User name, in any of their posts. That takes you to their Profile.
    There you can send them a Private Message, just click on the yellow box at the top of the profile.
    To find old Threads (not 'Forum conversation' πŸ˜‰): if you know the thread title, or even the topic, go to 'Site Search' enter the thread title or topic and you should find what you are looking for. You might have to scroll through many results! Happy hunting, cheers Doug 😎
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