NAVIGATION LIGHTS AND DAYLIGHT SHAPES OF VESSELS
OTHER THAN SAILING SMALL VESSELS

(For other lights and shapes applied in Hungary see the Navigation Regulations of Hungary.)

Power-driven vessels exhibit a masthead light, sidelights and a sternlight
Power-driven small vessels exhibit the same lights as described for sailing small vessels under power.

Sailing vessels underway exhibit sidelights and a stern light, and in addition to these lights, they may exhibit at or near the top of the mast, where they can best be seen, two all-round lights in a vertical line, the upper being red and the lower green.
Ferries underway exhibit an all-round white light and an all-round green light above the white one and sidelights and a sternlight
Vessels engaged in fishing exhibit two all-round lights in a vertical line, the upper being green and the lower white.
Nets and other fishing equipment of vessels engaged in fishing exhibit all-round white lights in sufficien number.
Vessels at anchor exhibit an all-round white light.

DAYLIGHT SHAPES OF VESSELS
OTHER THAN SAILING SMALL VESSELS

Sailing vessels proceeding under sail when also being propelled by machinery exhibit forward where it can best be seen a conical shape, apex downwards.
Nets and other fishing equipment of boats engaged in fishing exhibit yellow buoys in sufficien number.
Vessels having right of way in any case exhibit a red flag.
Police vessels exhibit distinctive signs of a white diamond with a blue border on both sides of the bow and a flag carrying this distincitve sign and, in case of emergency, a flashing blue light.
A craft the length of which is less than 20 metres and the carrying capacity of which is more than 12 persons exhibits a yellow diamond.