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  1. rescue station with lifeboat: a place where equipment for saving life at sea is maintained; the type of lifeboat may vary from fast, long distance boats to inflatable inshore boats. (IHO Chart Specifications, M-4)
  2. rescue station with rocket: rocket - a pyrotechnic projectile used for signalling or for life-saving purposes. (IHO Dictionary, S-32, 5th Edition, 4418)
  3. refuge for ship-wrecked mariners: shelter or protection from danger or distress at sea.
  4. refuge for intertidal area walkers: shelter or protection from danger in areas exposed to extreme and sudden tides or tidal streams.
  5. lifeboat lying at a mooring: a place where a lifeboat is moored ready for use.
  6. lifeboat lying at a mooring: a place where a lifeboat is moored ready for use.
  7. aid radio station: a radio station reserved for emergency situations, might also be a public telephone.
  8. first aid equipment: a place where first aid equipment is available.