International Flags

a-icon A – Diver down, keep well clear at slow speed  
c-icon C – Yes  (affirmative)
e-icon E – I am altering my course to starboard
g-icon G – I require a pilot
i-icon I – I am altering my course to port
k-icon K – you should stop your vessel instantly
m-icon M – I have a doctor on board
o-icon O – man overboard
q-icon Q – my vessel is healthy and I request free practique
s-icon S – my engines are going full speed astern
u-icon U – you are standing into danger

W- I require medial assistance

y-icon Y – I am carrying mails
answer-icon Answering Pennant

 

0-icon  0

2-icon 2

4-icon 4

6-icon 6

8-icon 8

b-icon B – I am taking on, discharging or carrying dangerous cargo
d-icon D – keep clear of me, I am manoevering with difficulty
f-icon F – I am disabled, communicate with me
h-icon H – I have a pilot on board
j-icon J – I am going to send a message by semaphore
l-icon L – you should stop, I have something important to communicate
n-icon N – no (negative)
p-icon P – the Blue Peter – all aboard, vessel is about to proceed sea. (At sea) your lights are out or burning badly
r-icon R – the way is off my ship. You may feel you way past me
t-icon T – do not pass ahead of me
v-icon V – I require assistance (not distress)
x-icon X – stop carrying out your intentions and watch for my signals
z-icon Z- To be used to address or call shore station.

 

Numeric Pennants Below 0 to 9

 

1-icon 1

3-icon 3

5-icon 5

7-icon 7

9-icon 9

 

Substitute Pennants

sub1-icon substitute 1;
sub3-icon subsitute 3:

sub2-icon substitute 2;

   

Distress      

n-icon N + C = I am in Disrtress

c-icon

 

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