Western Australian Repealed Regulations

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This legislation has been repealed.


132 .         Signals to be exhibited

        (1)         The master or person in charge of a vessel having explosives on board shall keep conspicuously exhibited at the foremast head, from sunrise to sunset, the Red burgee, being letter “B” of the International Code and from sunset to sunrise, in addition to the lights ordinarily required for navigation purposes, a red light in such a position as to be above the ordinary lights, showing a clear, uniform and unbroken light all round the horizon, visible on a clear night at a distance of half a mile.

        (2)         The person in charge of a vessel shall observe due caution when approaching another vessel exhibiting the flag or signal prescribed by this regulation and shall not approach within 200 yards thereof, unless duly authorized by an officer of the Port Authority.

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