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A hawser is any rope ___ inches or more in circumference
A marker appears in a channel that is red over green horizontally striped. This marker is
When your vessel is taking on water, you should first
Plain laid rope is
A vessel is considered to be proceeding from seaward when proceeding:
Under rules of the road, sailboats under sail only always have the right of way
A power driven vessel is operating in the fog. Which signal will they sound while underway?
Two sailing vessels approach each other with wind of different sides. The stand-on vessel is
a vessel towing another vessel in the for will sound
The primary emphasis of each accident prevention plan is
The following are signals of distress
All vessels are required to display a 360 degree white light when at anchor at night
A radio signal of Morse Code- two shorts, three longs, two shorts, is the distress signal SOS.
When two sailing vessels with wind on the same side approach each other with risk of collission, the vessel that is STAND ON is the vessel to windward.
In the case of severe bleeding, the best way to staunch the flow of blood would be
You are a power vessel underway. A vessel is approaching and crossing right to left (your starboard abeam). You must:
A Fid is a tool used to seperate rope strands and does the same job as a Marlinspike.
In a man overboard situation, the navigator should immediately
A sailing vessel under sail only is on a port tack and in danger of collision with a sailing vessel also under sail only on a starboard tack. Which vessel is stand on?
When preparing to job the boat, one of the first things to do is to
A vessel is flying a black day shape that appears to be a cone with the apex down: the vessel is
Before you begin to fuel your boat, you should
On a 16' Hobie Cat (acually 16'2") sailboat without a motor, you are required by law to have
You are the OOD on a 40' power vessel underway You are on a course of 020M You wish to change course slowly and proceed direcltly East The proper command to the helm is
When preparing to jibe a small sailboat, you should first
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