The flags and their interpretation

05/14/2012

Flags and their uses in navigation according to the International Code of Signals:

  • alfa.gif ALPHA . First flag of the International Code of Signals, corneta, blue and white; hoisted in isolation means: " I have a submerged diver, stay well away from me and at low speed".
  • bravol.gif BRAVO . Second flag of the International Code of Signals. It is red cornet and hoisted in isolation means "I am embarking or disembarking explosives." " I carry flammable liquids".
  • charlie.gif CHARLIE . Third letter of the International Code of Signals represented by a block flag with five horizontal stripes, blue, white, red, white and blue. Hoisted in isolation means " Yes".
  • delta.gif DELTA . Fourth flag of the International Code of Signals, block form with three horizontal stripes, yellow, blue and yellow, that hoisted in isolation means: " Stay separate from me, I'm maneuvering with difficulty".
  • echo.gif ECHO . Fifth flag of the International Code of Signals with two horizontal stripes, blue upper and red lower. Lifting in isolation means: " I'm falling to starboard".
  • foxtrot.gif FOXTROT . Sixth flag of the International Code of Signals, white with red rhombus. Lifting in isolation means: " I am disabled. Communicate with me".
  • golf.gif GOLF . Seventh flag of the International Code of Signals. It is stable and with three yellow and three blue vertical stripes. Hoisted in isolation means "I need to practice", and when it is hoisted in a fishing zone by boats that work very close to each other, it means " I am lifting the net".
  • hotel.gif HOTEL . Eighth flag of the International Code of Signals. It is stable and with two vertical stripes, white and red, the white one next to the scabbard. Lifting in isolation means " I have practical on board".
  • india.gif INDIA . Ninth flag of the International Code of Signals. It is yellow with black disk and hoisted in isolation means " I am falling to port".
  • juliett.gif JULIETT . Tenth flag of the International Code of Signals with three horizontal stripes, blue, white and blue. Lifting in isolation means: " I have fire and dangerous cargo on board, stay separate".
  • kilo.gif KILO . Eleventh flag of the International Code of Signals with two vertical stripes, blue and yellow, is next to the pod. Lifting in isolation means " I wish to communicate with you".
  • lima.gif LIMA . Twelfth flag of the International Code of Signals formed by four rectangles, two yellow and two black. Lifting in isolation means: " Stop your ship immediately".
  • mike.gif MIKE . Thirteenth flag of the International Code of Signals, blue with white blade. Lifting in isolation means: " My vessel that is stopped and not started".
  • november.gif NOVEMBER . Fourteenth flag of the International Code of Signals. It is checkered, blue and white squares. Lifting in isolation means " No".
  • oscar.gif OSCAR . Fifteenth flag of the International Code of Signals formed by two triangles, red and yellow. Hoisted in isolation means " ¡Hombre al agua!".
  • papa.gif PAPA . Sixteenth flag of the International Code of Signals, blue with white rectangle in the center. Lifting in isolation means, in port "All personnel must return on board, the ship has to go to sea". In the sea " My networks have become entangled in an obstruction".
  • quebec.gif QUEBEC . Seventeenth flag of the International Code of Signals yellow. Lifting in isolation means " My ship is clean and I ask for free talks".
  • romeo.gif ROMEO. Eighteenth flag of the International Code of Signals, red with yellow cross. Hoisted in isolation has no particular meaning.
  • sierra.gif SIERRA . Nineteenth flag of the International Code of Signals, color balnco with blue rectangle in the center. Lifting in isolation means " My machines go back at full force".
  • tango.gif TANGO . Twentieth flag of the International Code of Signals, with three vertical stripes, red, white and blue (red next to the scabbard). Lifting in isolation means " Stay away from me. I am fishing with a partner as a couple".
  • uniform.gif UNIFORM . Twenty-first flag of the International Code of Signals formed by two red rectangles and two white rectangles. When it is hoisted in isolation, it means " You govern to danger".
  • victor.gif VICTOR . Twenty-second flag of the International Code of Signals, white with red blade. Lifting in isolation means " I need help".
  • whiskey.gif WHISKEY . Twenty-third flag of the International Code of Signals formed by three rectangles, the red interior, the white intermediate and the blue exterior. Izada isolate means " I need medical assistance".
  • x-ray.gif X-RAY < / strong>. Twenty-fourth flag of the International Code of Signals in white with blue cross. Hoisted in isolation means " Stop what you are doing and pay attention to my signals".
  • yankee.gif YANKEE . Twenty-fifth flag of the International Code of Signals, in diagonal yellow and red stripes. Hoisted in isolation means " My anchor is garreando".
  • zulu.gif ZULU . Twenty-sixth flag of the International Code of Signals, formed by four triangles with the vertices in the center of the flag and of black, red, blue and yellow color. Hoisted in isolation means " I need tugboat".

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