A red light (green is Starboard).Red Port or left looking at the bow
Generally they are masthead light, port and starboard steaming light and stern light. Others may be displayed depending on the length of the vessel and what duties it is carrying out.
Navigation lights are fitted on each side of the vess. Starbord (right) is green and port (left) is redi
The port is the left side of the boat when standing on the boat and facing the bow (the front of the boat). It is indicated with a red navigation light at night or during heavy fog. It is called the port because it is the side where the cargo is loaded onto the ship while at the port before sailing off.
Navigation lights, green starboard and red port. Masthead and stern lights should be white
u have to be a member and go on the port and it says colorama click on it and you and choose the colour dark or light please add me abcjessy
A green light starboard side of bow, a red light port side of bow, and a white light - elevated higher than the other two - from the stern.
In 1838 laws were passed in the UK that vessels should carry red and green lights as well as a masthead light. The colours were probably chosen to avoid confusion. The red light should be on the port, left, side of the vessel visible from dead ahead to two points, which is equal to 22.5 degrees, abaft the beam. The reverse for the starboard green light. Similar rules were agreed upon at international conferences. An aid to remember which colour goes on which side is; There is no RED PORT LEFT in the bottle.