In this section you can find the flags for dressing ships for sale.
Dressing overall means using the flags of the international maritime code of signals -which is composed by forty flags in total- as naval dressing, in case of ceremonial occasions (i.e. regattas or maiden voyage departure and arrival) and significant national or personal events throughout the year.
Boats are decorated with strings of dressing lines. The dressing goes from stem head to masthead, from masthead to masthead and then down the taffrail. Flags for dressing ships do not have a casual arrangement, but their meanings follow a strict protocol.
A-B-2-U-J-1-K-E-3-G-H-6-I-V-5-F-L-4-D-M-7-P-O-Third repeater- R-N- First repeater-S-T-Zero-C-X-9-W-Q-8-Z-Y- Second Repeater is an example of the order at which the flags should fly.
The provisions on how to compose the dressing varies from country to country. In any case, the purpose is to produce a casual sequence of flags.
When a ship is overall dressed in harbor, national flags should fly at each masthead. While navigating, dressing with signal flags is not hoisted, but the national ensigns are still hoisted, signifying that the ship is dressed.
Materials used for the manufacturing of our flags, like nautical polyester or lightweight polyester are durable, top- quality ones, specifically developed to last under adverse weather conditions. On flagsonlie.it you can choose among a series of ship dressings in various sizes and prices.
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