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Lamps to navigation light old : Coloured source of illumination on an waterborne vessel, used to signal a craft's position, heading, and status. Commonly, their placement is mandated by international conventions or civil authorities.

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Coloured source of illumination on an waterborne vessel, used to signal a craft's position, heading, and status. Commonly, their placement is mandated by international conventions or civil authorities.
Lamps to navigation light old : Coloured source of illumination on an waterborne vessel, used to signal a craft's position, heading, and status. Commonly, their placement is mandated by international conventions or civil authorities.

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Published: February - 13 - 2010
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