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Boat liscence

boat liscence quiz questions

which of the following activities can be undertaken by the holder of a junior boat liscence? a) operate vessel under 10 knots towing skier b) under 20 knots towing skier c) under 10 knots towing aquaplanes d) under 20 knots towing aquaplaner c) operate under 10 knots towing aquaplaner
four knots is roughly a)brisk walking pace b) speed of vessel as it gets 'onto a plane' c)20km/hr d)30km/hr a brisk walk speed
sources of carbon monoxide a)generator/engines b)rear vented exhaust systems c)fuel burning cooking equitment d) all of above d all of the above
clear distinct sound carrying device required a)vessels proceeding open water b)powel vessles over 8m c)all vessels d)vessels operating after sunset c all vessels
waterproof torch compulsory a)vessels less than 5m b)operating in 'open' waters c)operating 'enclosed' waters d)all vessels
red light, green light, red light a) diver below b)proceed slowly c)this channel is blocked d)cautian shallow water c. channel is blocked
most dangerous sea conditions a) incoming tide b)run out tide c)slack water d)at night b. run out tide
maximum speed young adult liscence holder a)15 knots b) 20 knots accompanied by general liscence holder c) 20 knots if not towing skier d)40 knots b. A restricted licence for those aged from 12 to under 16 years. A Young Adult Licensee must: 1. be accompanied by the holder of a General Licence when travelling at 10 knots or more 2. never exceed 20 knots
travel speed 10 knots or more under bridge: distance from pylon a)30m b) 60 m c) 100m d) doesnt matter NOT c??
when is it appropriate to dispose of rubish overboard a) never B) only food scraps c)only if its heavy d)anytime in open waters a NEVER
minimum distance to anchor from submarine cable? a)200m b) 50m C) 300m d) 100 m a) 200m
when should u switch on nav lights a) only when dark B) sunset to sunrise and in restricted visibility c) at night only on open waters d) at night in port areas only b) sunset to sunrise and restricted visibility
when required to give way to another vessel you should change course a) in sufficent time to avoid collison B) only if other vehicle does not alter course C)well in advance so other vessle knows ur intention d) only if other vessel is sailing vessel NOT A
travelling upsteamd a starboard marker is a) RHS of your vessle B) centre of the channel C) LHS of your vessle d) colored yellow to indicate isolated danger
what type of lifejacket if you take a runabout on open water A) type 1 b) type 1 and 2 C) any type as long as enough for everyone d) type 1, 2, 3 or wetsuits a) type 1
minimum distance to keep from dredge or barge A)30m b) 50m C) 100m d) 60m b) 100m
you are drifting in power vessel at night. what lights? a) side lights b) all around white light c) port, starboard, and all around white d) no light required c) port, starboard, all around white light
if you see a boat coming towards you which way do you go? RIGHT: starboard
when towing skier-distance from people in water a) 100m b) 30m C0 50m D) 60m d) 60m
what vessels need to disply lights at night a) boats b) canoes/rowboats c)sail boats d) all vessels ALL vessels
travelling upsteam-green light. keep it on your A)port (left) b) starboard (right) c)doesnt matter d) stay in middle b) right
permissible blood alchol level for over 18 yr old A) under 0.08 B) under 0.02 c) under 0.05 d) zero c) under 0.05
dredge: which side is safe? a) side with 2 diamonds b) side with 2 balls c) either side d) channel blocked a) DIAMONDS mean safe
if you see a ferry crossing ahead a) slow to less than 4 knots, pass astern B) maintain speed, pass ahead of ferry c) maintain speed, pass astern d) reduce speed to less than 8 knots, try to pass ahead a) reduce speed, pass astern
for environmental reasons, where avoid driving boat? a) deep river channels b) shallow water with important seagrass c) boudnary between clear and murky water d)bar crossings b) seagrass
when compulsory to carry a torch on open waters a) traveling at night b) between sunset and sunrise c) always d) only if going more than 2 miles offshore c) always
marker with two black balls on tops means a)port lateral b) channel blocked c) d) isolated danger d) isolated danger
which way do you go when you see an oncoming boat A) starboard (to the right!)
minimum # hand held distress signals on boat less than 8m in open water a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4 c) 4
when can a general liscence holder drive a PWC never. they must have a liscence.
what lights should be shown by vessel not anchored and drifting at night a) all round white light b)sidelights c) A only d) A and B d) all round light AND sidelights
what type of life jacket can you take in a runabout on the open seas a) type 1 B) type 1 and 2 c) any type as long as enough for everyone d) mixzture of 1, 2, 3 and wetsuits a) type 1 for all passengers on open seas
you see white light a) alla round light of anchored vessile b) stern light of sailing vessel underway c) alla round white light of power vessel going same way as you d) any of the above d)
white light flashing in groups of two a) lookout for overhead powerlines b) pass on right hand side of light c) pass on any side but do not pass too close d) keep wash to minimum c) its an isolated danger marker
you see up ahead red light, green light a) power vessel more than 5 m b) sailing vessle c) trawler d) ferry in chains b) sailing vessel
white light getting closer. what do you do? a) maintain course and speed as other vessel should give way B) make decisive alteration to course to avoid collison c) turn around and go the other way d) any of the above b
best way to judge if your vessil being offensive/noisy a) how would a reasonable person act b) observing how close you are to boats/houses c) look for reaction of people in vicinity d) wait till someone complains a
vessel makes 5 short blasts A) alter course to left b) alter course to right c) operating engine astern d) unsure of your course and doubts you are avoiding collison d
anchor at night lights A) sidelight b) mast head light forward c) all around white light d) no lights c all around white light
when is it permissable to dangle feet outside boat (bow riding) NEVER
flares, compass, v sheet required a) more than 2 nautical miles offshore B) more than 400m from any shore c) entering open waters d) weather conditions poor NOT b (maybe c)
wehn operating within 100m of a work barge a) keep on the plane in order to minimise wash b) travel at safe speed and maintain lookout c) stop and wait for permission to proceed d) travel through area at speed 4 knots or less d
red light on the left, then red and green light on the right a) channel blocked b) vehicle dredging c) port and starboard channel markers d) ferry d) ferry
which of the following are approved safety equitment for more than 2 miles offshroe a) mobile b) marine band radio c) CB radio d) any of the above b) marine band radio
when is it compulsory to carry EPIRB A) crossing coastal bar b) vessel less than 5m long on enclosed waters c) all times d) vessel more than 8m long, 2 or more nautical miles off shore d) vessle more than 8m, 2 or more miles offshore
when offshore and traveling with following sea a) maintain position behind wave b)maintain position in front of wave c) proceed at speed through wave d) switch off into neutral a) behind wave
whales a) stay 100m away b) distance away depends on type of boat c) slow down to 8 knots if you can see them d) stay 500 m away a) stay 100m away
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