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  • ALFA. First flag of the International Code of Signals on a bugle, blue and white, raised in isolation means: "I have submerged diver, remain well away from my already low speed.
  • Brabo. Second flag of the International Code of Signals. It is red horn and raised in isolation means "I'm loading and unloading of explosives." "I carry flammable liquids.
  • CHARLIE. Third letter of the International Code of Signals represented by a square flag with five horizontal stripes, blue, white, red, white and blue. Lifting isolation means "Yes".
  • DELTA. Banner Fourth International Code of Signals, square with three horizontal stripes, yellow, blue and yellow, which hoisted singly means "Keep away from me, I am maneuvering with difficulty."
  • ECHO. Banner Fifth International Code of Signals with two horizontal stripes, blue upper and the lower red. Lifting isolation means "I am falling to starboard."
  • FOXTROT. Flag Sixth International Code of Signals, white with red diamond. Lifting isolation means "I am disabled. Communicate with me."
  • GOLF. Flag Seventh International Code of Signals. Is square and yellow with three vertical stripes and three blue. Lifting isolation means "practical need", and when it is raised in a fishing area for boats that work very close to each other, means "I'm heaving the network."
  • Flag Eighth International Code of Signals. It is stable and with two vertical stripes, white and red, the white next to the pod. Lifting isolation means "I have a pilot on board."
  • INDIA. Flag Ninth International Code of Signals. It is yellow with black disk and raised in isolation means "I'm falling to port.
  • Juliette. Flag Tenth International Code of Signals with three horizontal stripes, blue, white and blue. Lifting isolation means: "I have fire and hazardous cargo on board, keep separate."
  • KILO. Flag Eleventh International Code of Signals with two vertical stripes, blue and yellow, is next to the pod. Lifting isolation means "I wish to communicate with you."
  • LIMA. Flag Twelfth International Code of Signals po formed four rectangles, two yellow and two blacks. Lifting isolation means: Stop your vessel immediately.
  • MIKE. Flag Thirteenth International Code of Signals, blue with white cross. Lifting isolation means "My vessel is stopped and not torn."
  • NOVEMBER. Flag Fourteenth International Code of Signals. It is checkered, blue and white checkered. Lifting isolation means "No".
  • OSCAR. Flag Fifteenth International Code of Signals formed by two triangles, red and yellow. Lifting isolation means "Man overboard!".
  • PAPA. Flag Sixteenth International Code of Signals, blue with white rectangle in the center. Lifting isolation means in port "All staff should return on board, the ship has to go to sea. At sea "My nets have come fast upon an obstruction."
  • QUEBEC. Flag Seventeenth International Code of Signals yellow. Lifting isolation means "My vessel is clean and free pratique ask.
  • ROMEO. Eighteenth flag of the International Code of Signals, red with yellow cross. Raised in isolation has no particular meaning.
  • SIERRA. Nineteenth flag of the International Code of Signals balnco color with blue rectangle in the center. Lifting isolation means "My machines are back to full strength."
  • TANGO. Twenty banner of the International Code of Signals, with three vertical red, white and blue (red next to the pod). Lifting isolation means "Stay away from me. I pair trawling.
  • UNIFORM. Twenty-first flag of the International Code of Signals consisting of two red and two white rectangles. When hoisted singly means "governs you into danger."
  • VICTOR. Twenty-flag of the International Code of Signals, white with red cross. Lifting isolation means "I need help."
  • WHISKEY. Twenty-third flag of the International Code of Signals consisting of three rectangles, the inside red, white and middle blue exterior. Lifting isolation means "I need medical care."
  • X-RAY. Twenty-fourth flag of the International Code of Signals white with blue cross. Lifting isolation means "Stop what you're doing and pay attention to my signals.
  • YANKEE. TWENTY flag of the International Code of Signals, a yellow and red diagonal stripes. Lifting isolation means "my anchor's claw."

· ZULU. Twenty-sixth flag of the International Code of Signals, consisting of four triangles with vertices at the center of the flag and black, red, blue and yellow. Lifting isolation means "I need to tow.

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