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Meanings of International Maritime Signal Flags


Code Signal A A

Diver below (when stationary); I am undergoing a speed trial

Code Signal B B

I am taking on or discharging explosives

Code Signal C C

(affirmative)

Code Signal D D

Keep clear of me, I am maneuvering with difficulty

Code Signal E E

I am altering my course to starboard

Code Signal F F

I am disabled, communicate with me

Code Signal G G

I require a pilot

Code Signal H H

I have a pilot on board

Code Signal I I

I am altering my course to port

Code Signal J J

I am going to send a message by semaphore

Code Signal K K

You should stop your vessel instantly

Code Signal L L

You should stop, I have something important to communicate

Code Signal M M

I have a doctor on board

Code Signal N N

No (negative)

Code Signal O O

Man overboard

Code Signal P P

The Blue Peter - all aboard, vessel is about to proceed to sea. (At sea) your lights are out or burning badly

Code Signal Q Q

My vessel is healthy and I request permission to use a port

Code Signal R R

The way is off my ship. You may feel your way past me.

Code Signal S S

My engines are going full speed astern

Code Signal T T

Do not pass ahead of me

Code Signal U U

You are standing into danger

Code Signal V V

I require assistance (not distress)

Code Signal W W

I require medical assistance

Code Signal X X

Stop carrying out your intentions and watch for my signals

Code Signal Y Y

I am carrying mail

Code Signal Z Z

To be used to address or call shore stations



Answering Pennant

Answering Pennant

Code and answering pennant.

 

Numeric Pennants

Code Signal 0
0
Code Signal 1
1
Code Signal 2
2
Code Signal 3
3
Code Signal 4
4
Code Signal 5
5
Code Signal 6
6
Code Signal 7
7
Code Signal 8
8
Code Signal 9
9
 


Substitute Pennants

Code Signal Substitute 1 Code Signal Substitute 2 Code Signal Substitute 3
Substitute 1 Substitute 2 Substitute 3


Distress

Code Signal N Code Signal C
  N + C  I am in distress