A Light List is a detailed list of navigational aids including lighthouses and other lighted navigation aids, unlighted buoys, radiobeacons, daybeacons, and racons. Light lists are published by most of the major maritime nations. Some nations, including the United Kingdom and the United States, publish lists that cover the whole world in many volumes. Other nations publish lists that cover only their own coasts.
The Canadian Coast Guard publishes the List of Lights,Buoys and Fog Signals in four volumes which are updated periodically
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Inland Waters
- Atlantic Coast
- Pacific Coast
The books are available in paper from dealers and in PDF form for free download.
SHOM, the French Naval Hydrographic and Oceanographic Service, publishes Les livres des feux et signaux de brume (Books of Lights and Fog Signals) in four volumes, updated periodically:
- LA - The northeast Atlantic from Gibraltar to Ireland and the southern North Sea
- LB - The Mediterranean from Gibraltar to Sicily; and Syria and Lebanon
- LC - Atlantic Islands, west coast of Africa south to the Equator; Madagascar, Mauritius, Kerguelen; French Possessions in the Pacific Ocean
- LD - Saint Pierre and Miquelon - Lesser Antilles - Guyana
 United Kingdom
The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office, generally known as "The Admiralty", publishes the Admiralty List of Lights and Fog Signals covering the whole world in 12 volumes. The information is also available in digital form.
 United States
The United States Coast Guard Light List is published annually in 7 volumes. It covers the entire coastline of the United States and its possessions.
- I, Atlantic Coast, St. Croix River, Maine to Shrewsbury River, New Jersey
- II, Atlantic Coast, Shrewsbury River, New Jersey to Little River, South Carolina
- III, Atlantic Coast, Little River, South Carolina to Econfina River, Florida
- IV, Gulf of Mexico
- V, Mississippi River System
- VI, Pacific Coast and Pacific Islands
- VII, Great Lakes
Each volume of the Light List contains aids to navigation in geographic order from north to south along the Atlantic coast, from east to west along the Gulf coast, and from south to north along the Pacific coast. It lists seacoast aids first, followed by entrance and harbor aids listed from seaward.
The listings are preceded by a description of the aids to navigation system in the United States, luminous range diagram, geographic range tables, and other information.
- PUB. 110 - Greenland, the East Coasts of North and South America (excluding Continental U.S.A. except the East Coast of Florida) and the West Indies
- PUB. 111 - The West Coasts of North and South America (Excluding Continental U.S.A. and Hawaii), Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, and the Islands of the North and South Pacific Oceans
- PUB. 112 - Western Pacific and Indian Oceans Including the Persian Gulf and Red Sea
- PUB. 113 - The West Coasts of Europe and Africa, the Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea and Azovskoye More (Sea of Azov)
- PUB. 114 - British Isles, English Channel and North Sea
- PUB. 115 - Norway, Iceland and Arctic Ocean
- PUB. 116 - Baltic Sea with Kattegat, Belts and Sound and Gulf of Bothnia
Both the Coast Guard and the NGA lists are available in book form from a range of dealers and in PDF form, without charge.