Originally Posted by PBzeer
In the US, according to the Coast Guard safety inspection I passed, the steaming (white mast light at spreader height) light is not required. Whether that means you don't have to have it or not, I don't know (though I'm sure someone does
Currently at 26 50 09 N 80 03 17 W
I don't believe it is required, unless you are under power at night. However, a small sailboat, like yours, you can use an all-around white light and the bow bi-color, instead of a steaming light and stern light. IIRC, you can use your anchor light as the all-around white light.
Hope that helps.
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