range lights

range lights

[′rānj ‚līts]
(navigation)
Two or more lights in the same horizontal direction, and installed as aids to nautical navigation, particularly those lights placed to mark any line of importance to vessels, as a channel.
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But I was fortunate in that there were only a few problems other than a damaged ego and a few blasted range lights.
Succeeding her father, Garrity took charge of the Presque Isle Harbor range lights on Lake Huron in 1903 and served until 1926.
Coming into the Fort Pierce inlet, when you pick up the range lights by Coon Island coming through the jetties in front of you.
Buoys frequently float out of line and burnt out range lights take four months to repair.
He used to prepare well in advance by poking a smiley face in a silhouette target with a pen, running it back to the 25-yard line, and dimming the range lights so the target was in shadow.
Now two Automatic Power FA-240 Range Lights are mounted on the support, one above and one below the 4-ft x 5-ft sign.
Its products include rotationally molded polyethylene buoys, self-contained LED lanterns, conventional LED lanterns, range lights, fog signals, fog detectors, solar power systems, rotating beacons, Racons and customized remote monitoring systems.
Garrity, who served from 1903 to 1926 at the Presque Isle Harbor Range Lights, was one of only 52 women to hold such a position in Michigan.
Visibility is good to front and sides, slightly restricted over the shoulder, with long- range lights and effective wipers, powered folding mirrors and tinted windows.
The product suite includes a full range of industry leading marine aids to navigation; from self-contained one nautical mile buoy lanterns to omni-directional sector lights or nineteen nautical mile long range lights.
The Coast Guard is working to repair the Aids to Navigation - lighted structures, beacons, day markers, range lights, fog signals, landmarks, or floating buoys used to help boaters plan trips and safely navigate waterways - located in the Houston Ship Channel that have been damaged or destroyed by the storms.