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Navigation Rules require sound signals to be made under certain circumstances.
Meeting, crossing, and overtaking situations, described in the Navigation Rules
beginning with Rule 32, are examples of circumstances in which sound signals are
required. Recreational vessels are also required to use sound signals during periods of
reduced visibility and while at anchor.
The sound-producing devices required for vessels is as follows:
* There have been changes to the Collision Regulation (COLREGS) and a regulatory change is forthcoming that will align
the Inland Navigation rules with the COLREGS. The Coast Guard is exercising its discretion not to enforce the provisions
of the inland rules until the regulatory change is enacted.
Information from A Boater's Guide to the Federal Requirements for Recreational Boats and Safety tips
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