Rambler Channel Rocks Navigational Beacon [c.1962- ]
Ngan Ying Chau (Ngai Ying Chau), a reef-fringed island, lies close off the northeast end of Tsing Island. It is separated from it by a narrow passage which nearly dries. A beacon stands on the southeast extremity of the reef extending southeastward from Ngan Ying Chau.
Channel Rocks, a group of rocks, some of which dry, lie on the east side of the fairway, about 350 yards southeastward of Ngan Ying Chau. A LIGHTED BEACON, painted in black and white with a black triangular topmark, marks the west edge of the rocks. A black and white banded pole BEACON, surmounted by a black triangle, stands off the point on the eastern side of the channel about 400 yards northward of the lighted beacon. The fairway between these rocks and the reef extending southeastward from Ngan Ying Chau is about 175 yards wide.
Still in use (P3534) , near the Rambler Channel Typhoon Shelter breakwater.