Figure 12-12.Floating dump cargo identification.
Figure 12-13.Departure time sequence.
standby. For dispatching during daytime, the
ONE flag will be hauled down; and for nighttime,
extinguishing of the 10-second steady RED light.
The color lights for wave two will be blue; wave
three, amber; wave four, green. After wave four,
the color of lights starts repeating: wave five
would be red; wave six, blue; and so on. After the
5-minute standby for wave one, no other 5-minute
standby will be used.
Numeral flags are normally flown from both port
and starboard yardarms. However, waves on both
sides might not be scheduled to land at the same time.
In that case, the PCS hoists the appropriate signal
on the yardarm on the side of the ship the wave is
scheduled to pass. Waves with two-digit numbers
are dispatched by a hoist using the numeral flag
corresponding to the last digit of the wave