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If you are 12 miles at sea, you may legally dump plastic
Navigation lights on vessels provide information about
You are the lookout on a 40' sailing vessel. You see a vessel with a black cylinder in the rigging. The vessel is
If a person is lost over the side of a 44' power vessel on the starboard side, the helmsman should immediately
A type IV Coast Guard approved device must be carried on vessels that exceed
The Marine VHF Emergency Channel is
A Fid is a tool used to seperate rope strands and does the same job as a Marlinspike.
A sailing vessel is overtaking a small vessel with an outboard motor operating. The stand-on vessel is
Aboard a 27' sailing vessel with an outboard engine, you are required by law to have
The law requires that vessels under 16 feet in length must have aboard
You are a power vessel in a channel. Another vessel is appraching you head to head and sounds a horn signal of one short blast. The other vessel intends to:
An aid to navigation on a chart that appears in pairs, wisible for one direction only, and marked with a broken line between the two markers, is known as a
To prevent heat exhaustion, everyone on board should
The letters Fl 20 Ft. 9M next to an aid to navigation on a chart mean
Markers floating in the water that feature two black balls on top in a vertical line mean
You are alongside with your port side to the dock in a 25' sailboat. The wind is at 10 knots on the port abeam. There is no obstruction on your starboard side. You cast off all lines and order all ahead dead slow and rudder___.
A pair of markers with one marker behid and above the other is orange with a vertical white stripe down the middle. These markers are:
You are the OOD on a 40' powerboat. You see a vessel ahead displaying to lights in a vertical line, White over White. The vessel is most likely
Water skiers have right of way in an anchorage or channel.
When heaving an unweighted line ashore from a small boat, always aim in the person's
If a crew member falls over the side, the primary duty of the navigator is to
A vessel is considered to be proceeding from seaward when proceeding:
The following are signals of distress
Your 35 ' sailing vessel has run aground with the starboard side of the vessel on a sand bar, the wind is on your port side; you should
Two power driven vessels are in danger of collision. Vessel A has vessel B on vessel A's starboard quarter, three points abaft the starboard beam. Which is stand on?
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