Ship's Bells

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A Ship's bells are used to indicate time onboard ship. One bell sounds for each half hour. One bell means 12:30, two bells mean 1:00, three bells mean 1:30, and so on until 4:00 ("eight bells"). At 4:30 the cycle begins again with one bell.[1]

References

  1. U.S. Department of Transportation Maritime Administration [1]