USCG Required Navigation Lighting West Marine Powerboats under 12 meters 394 feet in length must have separate or combined red and green sidelights covering 1125 degrees and visible for 1 nautical mile.
Pontoon boat navigation light requirements. A masthead light is a white light at the front of the boat. This must be visible at 225 degrees and from two miles away. Sailing vessels under 7m must have an electric torch or lantern available for collision avoidance.
This should help other vessels determine what. These may be combined into a bicolor light and stern light or a single tricolor light at the top of the mast. Must be green on the starboard side and red on the port side.
That rule is quoted below as is the USCG site reference. An all-round white light if vessel is less than 394 feet long or both a masthead light and a sternlight. Total of 270 degrees The logic for this is that the navigation lights should not be seen from the rear of the vessel only from the front.
The Inland Rules have specific requirements as to anchor lights. Vessel operators must make sure that their vessels are equipped with the proper navigation lights and use the lights during these conditions. Sailing vessels less than 20m in length need to show side lights and a stern light.
A white light placed over the fore and aft centerline of the vessel 2. Vessels operating by sail or rowing are required to. Also the navigation lights are to be visible to the front of the vehicle and I believe 135 degrees to each side.
White LED Marine Navigation Anchor All-Round Boat Light USCG ABYC A-16 3NM IP66 Waterproof Chrome ABS 3 Nautical Mile Visibility Fold Down Stern Light for Fishing Boat Yacht Pontoon. These are LED bulbs encased in water-resistant structures that are installed on the bow of your Pontoon. A white light placed as nearly as practicable at the stern.