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U.S. Department of Homeland Security United States Coast Guard

LIGHT LISTVolume VII

GREAT LAKESGreat Lakes and the St. Lawrence River above the St. Regis River This publication contains a list of lights, sound signals, buoys, daybeacons, and other aids to navigation.

IMPORTANTTHIS PUBLICATION SHOULD BE CORRECTED EACH WEEK FROM THE LOCAL NOTICES TO MARINERS OR NOTICES TO MARINERS AS APPROPRIATE.

2011COMDTPUB P16502.7U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON, DC. For sale by Superintendent of Documents U.S. Government Printing Office Washington, DC 20402

LIMITS OF LIGHT LISTS PUBLISHED BY

U.S. COAST GUARD160O 140O 120O 100O 80O 60O

180O

60O

60O

50OGREAT LAKES

50O

VOL. VII

40OPACIFIC COAST AND PACIFIC ISLANDS

ATLANTIC COAST MISSISSIPPI RIVER SYSTEM

VOL. I VOL. V

40O(St. Croix River, ME to Shrewsbury River, NJ)

VOL. VI

ATLANTIC COAST(Shrewsbury River, NJ to Little River, SC)

VOL. II

MIDWAY ISLANDS

ATLANTIC COASTHAWAIIAN ISLANDS (Little River, SC to Econfina River, FL)

VOL. III VOL. IV

20O

GULF COAST(Econfina River, FL to Rio Grande, TX)

AIDS TO NAVIGATION MAINTAINED BY UNITED STATES AT OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDS ARE INCLUDED ON THE PACIFIC LIST

Aids maintained at Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, and Guantanamo Bay included in Volume III.

20O

180O

160O

140O

120O

100O

80O

60O

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U.S. AIDS TO NAVIGATION SYSTEMon navigable waters except Western RiversPREFERRED CHANNEL NO NUMBERS - MAY BE LETTEREDPREFERRED CHANNEL TO STARBOARD TOPMOST BAND GREEN GREEN LIGHT ONLY COMPOSITE GROUP FLASHING (2+1)

GUA R ST

1790

PORT SIDE ODD NUMBERED AIDSGREEN LIGHT ONLY FLASHING (2) FLASHING OCCULTING QUICK FLASHING ISO

LIGHT

9G C "9" G "5" GR "U" DAYBEACON CAN GR C "S" NUN RG N "C"

CAN

FI (2) 5s

BR "A" FI (2) 5s

RW Bn

Aids to Navigation marking the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) display unique yellow symbols to distinguish them from aids marking other waters. Yellow triangles indicate aids should be passed by keeping them on the starboard (right) hand of the vessel. Yellow squares indicate aids should be passed by keeping them on the port (left) hand of the vessel. A provides yellow horizontal band no lateral information, but simply identifies aids as marking the ICW.

D

U

LATERAL SYSTEM AS SEEN ENTERING FROM SEAWARDPREFERRED CHANNEL NO NUMBERS - MAY BE LETTEREDPREFERRED CHANNEL TO PORT TOPMOST BAND RED RED LIGHT ONLY COMPOSITE GROUP FLASHING (2+1)

STARBOARD SIDE EVEN NUMBERED AIDSRED LIGHT ONLY FLASHING (2) FLASHING OCCULTING QUICK FLASHING ISO

9"1" FI G 6s G "9" FI G 4s LIGHTED BUOY "2" FI R 6s GR "A" FI (2+1) G 6s RG "B" FI (2+1) R 6s LIGHT R "8" FI R 4s LIGHTED BUOY

2RG "G" NUN R N "6" DAYBEACON R "2"

AIDS TO NAVIGATION HAVING NO LATERAL SIGNIFICANCEISOLATED DANGER NO NUMBERS - MAY BE LETTEREDWHITE LIGHT ONLY Mo (A)

SAFE WATER NO NUMBERS - MAY BE LETTEREDWHITE LIGHT ONLY MORSE CODE

CBR "C"

RW "N" Mo (A) LIGHTED AND/OR SOUND

RW "A" MR SPHERICAL

RW SP "B"

RW "N" UNLIGHTED AND/OR SOUND

RANGE DAYBOARDSMAY BE LETTERED KGW KWG KWB KBW KWR KRW KRB KBR KGB KBG KGR KRG

LIGHTED

UNLIGHTED

DAYBOARDS - MAY BE LETTEREDWHITE LIGHT ONLY NR NG NB

SPECIAL MARKS - MAY BE LETTEREDYELLOW LIGHT ONLY FIXED FLASHINGY C "A" Y N "C" Y "A" Bn SHAPE OPTIONAL--BUT SELECTED TO BE APPROPRIATE FOR THE POSITION OF THE MARK IN RELATION TO THE NAVIGABLE WATERWAY AND THE DIRECTION OF BUOYAGE. Y "B" FI

GW Bn

BW Bn

UNLIGHTED

LIGHTED

TYPICAL INFORMATION AND REGULATORY MARKSINFORMATION AND REGULATORY MARKERS WHEN LIGHTED, INFORMATION AND REGULATORY MARKS MAY DISPLAY ANY WHITE LIGHT RHYTHM EXCEPT QUICK FLASHING, Mo(A), AND FLASHING (2)W Bn

NW

BOAT EXCLUSION AREA

DANGER

ROCK NOTHE NATURE OF DANGER MAY BE INDICATED INSIDE THE DIAMOND SHAPE, SUCH AS ROCK, WRECK, SHOAL, DAM, ETC.

SLOWWAKE

CONTROLLED AREA

SWIMMOORING BUOYWHITE WITH BLUE BAND MAY SHOW WHITE REFLECTOR OR LIGHT

AREA

EXPLAINATION MAY BE PLACED OUTSIDE THE CROSSED DIAMOND SHAPE, SUCH AS DAM, RAPIDS, SWIM AREA, ETC.

TYPE OF CONTROL IS INDICATED IN THE CIRCLE, SUCH AS SLOW, NO WAKE, ANCHORING, ETC.

MULLET LAKE BLACK RIVER

INFORMATION

BUOY USED TO DISPLAY REGULATORY MARKERS

MAY SHOW WHITE LIGHT MAY BE LETTERED

FOR DISPLAYING INFORMATION SUCH AS DIRECTIONS, DISTANCES, LOCATIONS, ETC.

PLATE 1

17 8

2 1

22

2

3

3

5 6

4

3

23

1

2

VISUAL BUOYAGE GUIDEREGION B - by day Preferred Channel Secondary Channel3

2

REGION-B - by night Preferred Channel Secondary Channel

D ST

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1790

FICTITIOUS NAUTICAL CHART

AST G UA

IT E

RD

UN

"1" FI (2) G 6s

"2" Iso R 6s

"2" FI R 4s R N "2"

G "7" FI G 4s R "2"

ING "3"

AL WATERWAY T R A C O ASTG "5" FI (2) G 6s

R "8" FI R 4s R "6" FI (2) R 6s

"1" Iso G 4s

G C "3"

R "4" Oc R 6s

Iso R 6s

BR FI (2) 5s G "3" FI G 6s

G "3" QR R "2"

RG FI (2+1) R 6sRW Bn

G "1" Iso G 4s

R "2" FI R 6s R N "2"

RW Mo (A)

G C "3"

PLATE 3

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U.S. AIDS TO NAVIGATION SYSTEMon the Western River System AS SEEN ENTERING FROM SEAWARDPR E FE RR E D C HANNE LSTARBOARD SIDE OR L E F T DE S C E NDING B A NKRED OR FLASHING (2) ISO WHITE LIGHTS

STG UA R

NI

179 0

PORT SIDE OR R IG HT DE S C E NDING B A NKGREEN OR WHITE LIGHTS

FLASHING ISO

LIGHT

PASSING DAYBEACON

A C

UNLIGHTED

TYPICAL INFORMATION AND REGULATORY MARKSINFORMATION AND REGULATORY MARKERS

WHEN LIGHTED, INFORMATION AND REGULATORY MARKS MAY DISPLAY ANY LIGHT RHYTHM EXCEPT QUICK FLASHING, Mo(a) AND FLASHING (2)

S WIM

EXPLAINATION MAY BE PLACED OUTSIDE THE CROSSED DIAMOND SHAPE, SUCH AS DAM, RAPIDS, SWIM AREA, ETC.

MUL L E T L A K E B L A C K R IV E R

FOR DISPLAYING INFORMATION SUCH AS DIRECTIONS, DISTANCES, LOCATIONS, ETC.

D

U

MARK JUNCTIONS AND OBSTRUCTIONS COMPOSITE GROUP FLASHING (2+1) P R E F E R R E D C HA NNE L TO S TA R B OA R D TOPMOST BAND GREEN FI (2+1) G P R E F E R R E D C HA NNE L TO P OR T TOPMOST BAND RED FI (2+1) R

LIGHTED BUOY

CAN JGCNG

LIGHT JRMAY BE LIGHTED

LIGHTED BUOY

NUN

TR

CNR

SG

CROSSING DAYBEACON

DAYBOARDS HAVING NO LATERAL SIGNIFICANCEMAY BE LETTERED NB WHITE LIGHT ONLY

PASSING DAYBEACON

CROSSING DAYBEACON

176.9MILE BOARD

A

123.5MILE BOARD

SPECIAL MARKS--MAY BE LETTERED

NY

B

ALIGHTEDNW

SHAPE: OPTIONAL--BUT SELECTED TO BE APPROPRIATE FOR THE POSITION OF THE MARK IN RELA TION TO THE NAVIGABLE WATERWAY AND THE DIRECTION OF BUOYAGE.

YELLOW LIGHT ONLY FIXED FLASHING MOORING BUOY WHITE WITH BLUE BAND MAY SHOW WHITE REFLECTOR OR LIGHT

WHITE LIGHT ONLY

STATE WATERS

DANG E R

3CONTROLLED AREA

2

BOAT EXCLUSION AREAR OC K AR E A

DANGER

S L OWNO W AK E

INL A ND (S TAT E ) WAT E R S OB S T R UC T ION MA R KMAY SHOW WHITE REFLECTOR OR QUICK FLASHING WHITE LIGHT

THE NATURE OF DANGER MAY BE INDICATED INSIDE THE DIAMOND SHAPE, SUCH AS ROCK, WRECK, SHOAL, DAM, ETC.

TYPE OF CONTROL IS INDICATED IN THE CIRCLE, SUCH AS SLOW, NO WAKE, ANCHORING, ETC.BLACK-STRIPED WHITE BUOY

INFORMATION

BUOY USED TO DISPLAY REGULATORY MARKERS

MAY SHOW WHITE LIGHT MAY BE LETTERED

Used to indicate an obstruction to navigation, extends from the nearest shore to the buoy. This means "do not pass between the buoy and the nearest shore." This aid is replacing the red and white striped buoy within the USWMS, but cannot be used until all red and white striped buoys on a waterway have been replaced.PLATE 4

TABLE OF CONTENTSLight List Regions ......................................................................................................... Inside Front Cover U.S. DGPS Sites ........................................................................................................................................ i USCG Contact Information ....................................................................................................................... ii Preface ..................................................................................................................................................... v Introduction .............................................................................................................................................. vi GREAT LAKES Lake Ontario ..................................................................................................................................... 19 Lake Erie ........................................................................................................................................... 31 Lake Huron ....................................................................................................................................... 97 Lake Superior.................................................................................................................................. 137 Lake Michigan ................