At 1/12/07 10:42 PM, Razputineer wrote:
Hallo, sig request!
can you make mostly black and red and base it around the right hand character on this image ?
A sea mark, also seamark and navigation mark, is a pilotage aid which identifies the approximate position of a maritime channel, hazard and administrative area to allow boats, ships and seaplanes to navigate safely.
There are two types of sea mark:
beacons - fixed to the seabed
buoys - consisting of a floating object that is usually anchored to a specific location on the bottom of the sea or to a submerged object
Sea marks are used to indicate channels, dangerous rocks or shoals, mooring positions, areas of speed limits, traffic separation schemes, submerged shipwrecks, and for a variety of other navigational purposes. Some are only intended to be visible in daylight (daymarks), others have some combination of lights, reflectors, bells, horns, whistles and radar reflectors to make them usable at night and in conditions of reduced visibility.