Fourteen regional volumes provide comprehensive details and world-wide coverage of all fixed lights, fog signals and some lit floating marks of navigational significance.
Each light object, Aid to Navigation (AtoN), is fully and clearly described including the number, name, characteristics, structure description, elevation, height and amplifying remarks.
The ADMIRALTY List of Lights also contains full details of complex features as well as information concerning multiple lights and other AtoNs co-located on the same structure or nearby.
The mariner should refer to the ADMIRALTY List of Lights during the planning stage of any voyage paying particular attention to the unique and more up to date information listed above.
Directions for updating this volume
Record of updates
Lights - Location and Light Numbers
Purpose of ADMIRALTY List of Lights
How to report new or suspected dangers to navigation or changes in aids to navigation
UKHO contact details
How to obtain ADMIRALTY Charts and Publications
Related ADMIRALTY Publications and their contents
ADMIRALTY Digital Publications (ADP) - ADMIRALTY Digital List of Lights (ADLL) ADMIRALTY List of Lights - Limits of Volumes A to P
International light numbers
National light numbers
Tabulated light information
Explanation - Lights
Nomenclature of lights
RANGE TABLES AND DIAGRAMS
Geographical range table
Luminous range diagram
LIGHT CHARACTERISTICS AND CO - LOCATED AIDS TO NAVIGATION
Automatic Identification System (AIS) & Radar Beacons
ABBREVIATIONS & GLOSSARY
Maintenance Authority Abbreviations and Country Two Letter Codes
Abbreviations used in ADMIRALTY List of Lights
Glossary of foreign terms
Certificate of Authenticity