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  • noun Plural form of daymark.

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Examples

  • Octagonal daymarks have eight sides and are marked with letters.

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  • When returning from seaward (proceeding in the conventional direction of buoyage) keep red buoys or daymarks on your starboard (right) side as you pass them and green buoys on your port (left) side.

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  • When proceeding toward the sea, reverse the rule, leaving green buoys or daymarks on your starboard side as you pass them and red buoys on your port side.

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  • Daybeacons may have lights that correspond to the daymarks.

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  • Red daymarks are triangular and have even numbers.

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  • Depending upon their use, daymarks are identified by color (green, red, green/red bands, red and white stripes, or yellow), shape (square, octagonal, or triangular), and usually by either a number or letter(s).

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  • When returning from seaward (proceeding in the conventional direction of buoyage) keep red buoys or daymarks on your starboard (right) side as you pass them and green buoys on your port (left) side.

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  • Octagonal daymarks have eight sides and are marked with letters.

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  • Horizontal yellow bands are found on safe-water daymarks and buoys.

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  • Daybeacons, used in shallow water, have one or more signboards daymarks on them.

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