Ship signal flags are international signals used by ships at sea to spell out short messages. Each flag represents a specific letter, number, or message, and they are used to convey information such as navigation instructions, distress signals, and more. They can also be used separately or in combination, giving them special meanings. These flags are an essential part of maritime communication and safety. The International Code of Signals (ICS) governs the use and meanings of these flags.
The Flags are an important means of communication at sea, particularly when voice or radio communication may be limited. They play a critical role in navigation, safety, and coordination among vessels, contributing to maritime security and the prevention of accidents at sea.
The standard size is 1500 x 1000 mm and we have all flags in stock.
For a complete overview of the flags check out the IMO Catalog.