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BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel must proceed at a safe speed __________. during darkness at all times in restricted visibility in congested waters
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The Rules state that a seaplane shall __________. not be regarded as a vessel when making way, show the lights for a vessel not under command in general, keep well clear of all vessels proceed at a slower speed than surrounding vessels
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If your vessel is the stand-on vessel in a crossing situation __________. you must keep your course and speed the other vessel must keep her course and speed you may change course and speed as the other vessel must keep clear both vessels must keep their course and speed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are in charge of a stand-on vessel in a crossing situation. The other vessel is 1.5 miles to port. You believe that risk of collision exists. You should __________. take avoiding action only after providing the give-way vessel time to take action, and determining that her action is not appropriate take avoiding action immediately upon determining that risk of collision exists hold course and speed until the point of extremis, and then sound the danger signal, taking whatever action will best avert collision immediately sound the danger signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A proper look-out shall be maintained __________. at night and during restricted visibility only during restricted visibility only at night at all times
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel underway shall keep out of the way of a vessel __________. not under command restricted in her ability to maneuver engaged in fishing All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on a sailing vessel with the wind on the starboard side and are approaching another sailing vessel that has the wind on the port side. Which action should you take? Maintain course and speed. Reduce sail and hold course. Alter course away from the other vessel. Any maneuver to avoid collision.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In fog you observe your radar and determine that risk of collision exists with a vessel which is 2 miles off your port bow. You should __________. stop your engines hold course and speed until the other vessel is sighted take avoiding action as soon as possible sound the danger signal at two-minute intervals
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE, according to the Rules? A vessel engaged in fishing shall keep out of the way of a sailing vessel. A vessel not under command shall keep out of the way of a vessel engaged in fishing. A vessel not under command shall keep out of the way of a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver. A vessel engaged in fishing while underway shall, so far as possible, keep out of the way of a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your vessel is underway in reduced visibility. You hear the fog signal of another vessel about 30° on your starboard bow. If danger of collision exists, you must __________. alter course to starboard to pass around the other vessel's stern alter course to port and pass the other vessel on its port side reduce your speed to bare steerageway slow your engines and let the other vessel pass ahead of you
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When two vessels are in immediate danger of collision, the stand-on vessel must __________. abandon ship assist in taking whatever action is necessary to avoid collision sound a distress signal hold course and speed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in restricted visibility and hear a fog signal forward of the beam. Nothing appears on your radar screen. You must take what action? sound the danger signal sound two prolonged blasts of the whistle slow to bare steerageway stop your engines
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If it becomes necessary for a stand-on vessel to take action to avoid collision, she shall NOT, if possible, __________. increase speed turn to port for a vessel on her own port side turn to starboard for a vessel on her own port side decrease speed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on Vessel "A" engaged in fishing in a narrow channel as shown in illustration D037RR below. Vessel "B" is a tanker proceeding in the channel. Vessel "B" sounds five short and rapid blasts. What action should you take? not impede the passage of vessel "B" maintain course and speed sound one prolonged followed by two short blasts not answer the whistle signals from vessel "B"
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The Navigation Rules state that a vessel shall be operated at a safe speed at all times so that she can be stopped within __________. the distance that it would require for the propeller to go from full ahead to full astern 1/2 the distance of visibility a distance appropriate to the existing circumstances and conditions the distance of visibility
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The rule regarding look-outs applies __________. in heavy traffic in restricted visibility between dusk and dawn All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A fishing vessel is approaching a vessel not under command. Which statement is TRUE? Both vessels are required to take action to stay clear of each other. They must exchange whistle signals. If the vessel not under command is a power-driven vessel, she must keep clear of the fishing vessel. The fishing vessel must keep clear of the vessel not under command.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When underway in a channel, you should keep to the __________. side of the channel that has the widest turns starboard side of the channel middle of the channel port side of the channel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A" is overtaking vessel "B" as shown in illustration D017RR below. In this situation vessel "B" is which of the following? burdened vessel stand-on vessel give-way vessel None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Rule 14 describes the action to be taken by vessels meeting head-on. Which of the following conditions must exist in order for this rule to apply? The situation must involve risk of collision. They must be meeting on reciprocal or nearly reciprocal courses. Both vessels must be power-driven. All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning a vessel equipped with operational radar? She must use this equipment to obtain early warning of risk of collision. The use of radar excuses a vessel from the need of a look-out. The safe speed of such a vessel will likely be greater than that of vessels without radar. The radar equipment is only required to be used in restricted visibility.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Two vessels are meeting in a narrow channel as shown in illustration D037RR below. Vessel "A" is a sailing vessel. Vessel "B" is a power-driven vessel which can safely navigate only within the channel. Vessel "B" sounds the danger signal. Vessel "A" shall take what action? have the right of way sound one prolonged followed by two short blasts maintain course and speed not impede the passage of vessel "B"
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In a crossing situation, the vessel which has the other on her own starboard side shall __________. change course to port to keep out of the way reduce her speed if the circumstances of the case admit, avoid crossing ahead of the other All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The rules require that a stand-on vessel SHALL take action to avoid collision when she determines that __________. the other vessel is not taking appropriate action the other vessel will cross ahead of her collision cannot be avoided by the give-way vessel's maneuver alone risk of collision exists
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The Rules state that certain factors are to be taken into account when determining safe speed. One of the factors is the __________. current radio communications that are available temperature maximum speed of your vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The Rules state that a vessel overtaking another vessel is relieved of her duty to keep clear when __________. she is forward of the other vessel's port beam the overtaking situation becomes a crossing situation she is past and clear of the other vessel the other vessel is no longer in sight
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Risk of collision may be deemed to exist under which of the following situations? if the compass bearing of an approaching vessel does NOT appreciably change even when an appreciable bearing change is evident, particularly when approaching a vessel at close range if you observe both sidelights of a vessel ahead for an extended period of time All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In which situation would risk of collision definitely exist? A vessel is broad on your starboard beam, range decreasing, bearing changing rapidly to the right. A vessel is 22 degrees on your port bow, range increasing, bearing changing slightly to the right. A vessel is 22 degrees abaft your port beam, range increasing, bearing is constant. A vessel is on your starboard quarter, range decreasing, bearing is constant.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In determining "safe speed", all of the following must be taken into account EXCEPT the __________. presence of background lights at night maneuverability of your vessel draft of your vessel maximum horsepower of your vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Power-driven vessels must keep out of the way of sailing vessels except __________. when the sailing vessel is overtaking in a crossing situation when they are making more speed than the power-driven vessel on the Inland Waters of the United States
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning two sailing vessels approaching each other? A sailing vessel seeing another to leeward on an undetermined tack shall hold her course. The vessel making the most speed is the give-way vessel. A sailing vessel overtaking another is the give-way vessel. All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A" is on course 000°T. Vessel "B" is on a course such that she is involved in a head-on situation and is bearing 355°T, 2 miles away from vessel "A". To ensure a safe passing, vessel "A" should __________. alter course to ensure a starboard to starboard passing maintain course maneuver to ensure a port to port passing alter course to port
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND "safe speed" is defined as that speed where __________. no wake comes from your vessel you are traveling slower than surrounding vessels you can stop within your visibility range you can take proper and effective action to avoid collision
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A" is overtaking vessel "B" as shown in illustration D017RR below. Which of the following describes vessel "A" in this scenario? give-way vessel overtaken vessel stand-on vessel None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which factor is listed in the Rules as one which must be taken into account when determining safe speed? The construction of the vessel The experience of vessel personnel The maneuverability of the vessel All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Two vessels are in an overtaking situation. Which of the lights on the overtaken vessel will the overtaking vessel see? Two masthead lights Both sidelights One masthead light and a sidelight Stern light only
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Risk of collision may exist __________. even when an appreciable bearing change is evident, particularly when approaching a vessel at close range if you observe both sidelights of a vessel ahead for an extended period of time if the compass bearing of an approaching vessel does NOT appreciably change All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are in charge of a power-driven vessel navigating at night. You sight the red sidelight of another vessel on your port bow. The other vessel's after masthead light is to the right of her forward masthead light. You should __________. stop engines sound the danger signal hold course and speed alter course to port
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When navigating in thick fog with the radar on, you should __________. secure the sounding of fog signals until a vessel closes within five miles station a look-out as low down and far forward as possible keep the radar on the shortest available range for early detection of approaching vessels station the look-out in the wheelhouse to keep a continuous watch on the radar
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning risk of collision? Risk of collision never exists if the compass bearing of the other vessel is changing. Risk of collision exists if the vessels will pass within half a mile of each other. Proper use shall be made of radar equipment to determine risk of collision. Risk of collision must be determined before any action can be taken by a vessel.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The Rules state that certain factors are to be taken into account when determining safe speed. Those factors include __________. state of wind, sea, and current, and the proximity of navigational hazards maximum attainable speed of your vessel aids to navigation that are available temperature
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The rules require which factor to be taken into account when determining safe speed? The construction of the vessel The experience of the vessel's crew The location of vessels detected by radar All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning risk of collision? Risk of collision always exists when the compass bearing of an approaching vessel changes appreciably. The stand-on vessel must keep out of the way of the other vessel when risk of collision exists. Risk of collision always exists when two vessels pass within one mile of each other. Risk of collision may exist when the compass bearing of an approaching vessel is changing appreciably.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in thick fog. You have not determined if risk of collision exists. Which statement is TRUE? The radar should always be kept on a short-range scale. Your speed must be reduced to bare steerageway. A look-out is not required if the radar is on. Fog signals are only required when a vessel is detected by radar.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In a crossing situation on open waters, a sailing vessel shall keep out of the way of all the following vessels EXCEPT a vessel __________. restricted in her ability to maneuver not under command engaged in towing fishing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement correctly applies to a situation where a sailing vessel is overtaking a power-driven vessel? The power-driven vessel must keep out of the way of the sailing vessel. The sailing vessel must keep out of the way of the power- driven vessel. A "special circumstance" situation exists. The vessel which has the other vessel to the right must keep out of the way.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Two sailing vessels are approaching each other as shown in illustration D003RR below. Which statement is correct? Neither vessel is the stand-on vessel because they are meeting head-on. Vessel "I" should stand-on because she has the wind on her port side. Vessel "II" should stand-on because she has the wind on her starboard side. Vessel "I" should stand-on because she is close-hauled.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are approaching another vessel and are not sure whether danger of collision exists. What must you assume? the other vessel is also in doubt there is risk of collision you are the give way vessel All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are in restricted visibility and hear a fog signal forward of the beam. Nothing appears on your radar screen. You must __________. slow to bare steerageway stop your engines sound the danger signal sound two prolonged blasts of the whistle
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see another vessel approaching, and its compass bearing does not significantly change. This would indicate that __________. risk of collision exists you are the stand-on vessel the other vessel is dead in the water a special circumstances situation exists
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are watching another vessel approach and her compass bearing is not changing. This means that __________. a special circumstances situation exists you are the stand-on vessel a risk of collision exists the other vessel is dead in the water
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Risk of collision exists when an approaching vessel has a(n) __________. generally steady range and increasing bearing decreasing bearing only increasing range and bearing generally steady bearing and decreasing range
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessels of less than what length may not impede the passage of other vessels which can safely navigate only within a narrow channel or fairway? 30 meters 10 meters 20 meters 40 meters
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Two power-driven vessels are crossing so as to involve risk of collision. Which statement is TRUE, according to the Rules? The give-way vessel should keep the other vessel to her starboard. The vessel which has the other on her own port side shall keep out of the way. If the give-way vessel takes action, she shall avoid changing course to starboard. If the stand-on vessel takes action, she shall avoid changing course to port.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Two power driven vessels meeting in a "head-on" situation are directed by the Rules to __________. slow to bare steerageway decide on which side the passage will occur by matching whistle signals alter course to starboard and pass port to port alter course to port and pass starboard to starboard
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What describes a head-on situation? Seeing both sidelights of a vessel directly ahead Seeing both sidelights of a vessel directly off your starboard beam Seeing one red light of a vessel directly ahead Seeing two forward white towing lights in a vertical line on a towing vessel directly ahead
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is a requirement for any action taken to avoid collision? When in sight of another vessel, any action taken must be accompanied by sound signals. The action taken must include changing the speed of the vessel. The action must be positive and made in ample time. All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on vessel "B" and crossing a narrow channel. Vessel "A", who can only navigate within the channel, is on your port bow and crossing as shown in illustration D040RR below. Which action should you take? Increase speed and cross his bow. Give-way to the other vessel. Maintain course and speed as the ship is on your port bow. Sound the danger signal.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which procedure(s) shall be used to determine risk of collision? Long-range radar scanning Systematic observation of objects detected by radar Watching the compass bearing of an approaching vessel All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are the stand-on vessel in a crossing situation. You may hold your course and speed until __________. the other vessel gets to within half a mile of your vessel action by the give-way vessel alone will not prevent collision the other vessel gets to within a quarter mile of your vessel the other vessel takes necessary action
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If two sailing vessels are running free with the wind on the same side, which one must keep clear of the other? The one with the wind closest astern The one to windward The one to leeward The one with the wind closest abeam
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Risk of collision is considered to exist if __________. there is any doubt that a risk of collision exists a vessel has a steady bearing at a constant range four vessels are nearby a special circumstance situation is apparent
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In which situation does a risk of collision exists? A vessel is broad on your starboard beam, range decreasing, bearing changing rapidly to the right. A vessel is 22° abaft your port beam, range increasing, bearing is constant. A vessel is 22° on your port bow, range increasing, bearing changing slightly to the right. A vessel is on your starboard quarter, range decreasing, bearing is constant.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A sailing vessel shall not impede the safe passage of a __________. law enforcement vessel power-driven vessel following a traffic lane pilot vessel enroute to a pilot station All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND To determine if risk of collision exists, a vessel which is fitted with radar must use __________. radar scanning radar plotting compass bearings All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The Rules state that risk of collision shall be deemed to exist __________. whenever two vessels approach from opposite directions if one vessel approaches another so as to be overtaking if the bearing of an approaching vessel does not appreciably change whenever a vessel crosses ahead of the intended track of another vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on vessel "A" pushing a barge ahead and meeting vessel "B" as shown in illustration D012RR below. How should the vessels pass? Both vessels must alter course to starboard and pass port to port. Both vessels must alter course to port and pass starboard to starboard. Vessel "A" should maintain course and vessel "B" alter course. The vessels should determine which will alter course by sounding whistle signals.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If two sailing vessels are running free with the wind on the same side, which one must keep clear of the other? The one with the wind closest abeam The one to windward The one to leeward The one that sounds the first whistle signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel underway shall keep out of the way of a __________. sailing vessel vessel engaged in fishing vessel not under command All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The Rules state that risk of collision shall be deemed to exist __________. whenever two vessels are on opposite courses if one vessel approaches another so as to be overtaking if the bearing of an approaching vessel does not appreciably change whenever a vessel crosses ahead of the intended track of another vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel shall slacken her speed, stop, or reverse her engines, if necessary, to __________. allow more time to assess the situation avoid collision be stopped in an appropriate distance All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel underway and fishing shall keep out of the way of a __________. power-driven vessel underway vessel engaged on pilotage duty vessel not under command vessel sailing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND By radar alone, you detect a vessel ahead on a collision course, about 3 miles distant. Your radar plot shows this to be a meeting situation. You should __________. turn to starboard turn to port maintain course and speed and sound no signal maintain course and speed and sound the danger signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When in sight of another vessel and there is sufficient sea room, any action taken to avoid collision must __________. include a speed change be accompanied by sound signals not result in another close-quarters situation All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When action to avoid a close-quarters situation is taken, a course change alone may be the most effective action provided that __________. it is NOT done too early the course change is to starboard it is done in a succession of small course changes it is a large course change
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessels I and II are underway as shown in illustration D033RR below. Vessel I is a sailing vessel with the wind dead aft. Vessel II is a power-driven vessel trawling. Which statement is TRUE? Both vessels are to take action to stay clear of each other. Vessel I is to keep clear because the other vessel is fishing. Vessel II is to keep clear because she is a power-driven vessel. Vessel II is to keep clear because the other vessel is to its starboard.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A" and vessel "B" (which is pushing ahead) are meeting head-on as shown in illustration D008RR below. How must the vessels pass? Vessel "A" must alter course while vessel "B" continues on its present course. The vessels should determine which will alter course by exchanging whistle signals. Both vessels should alter course to starboard and pass port to port. Both vessels should alter course to port and pass starboard to starboard.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are approaching another vessel. She is about one mile distant and is on your starboard bow. You believe she will cross ahead of you. She then sounds a whistle signal of five short blasts. You should __________. reduce speed slightly to make sure she will have room to pass make a large course change, and slow down if necessary wait for another whistle signal from the other vessel answer the signal and hold course and speed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A" is underway and pushing ahead when vessel "B" is sighted off the starboard bow as shown in illustration D028RR below. Which vessel is the stand-on vessel? Vessel "A" is the stand-on vessel because it is pushing ahead. Vessel "B" is the stand-on vessel because it is to starboard of vessel "A". Vessel "A" is the stand-on vessel because it is to port. Neither vessel is the stand-on vessel.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are aboard vessel "A" , a power-driven vessel, on open waters and vessel "B", a sailing vessel, is sighted off your port bow as shown in illustration D027RR below. Which vessel is the stand-on vessel? Vessel "B" because it is to port of vessel "A" Vessel "A" because it is to starboard of vessel "B" Vessel "B" because it is sailing Vessel "A" because it is towing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE in an overtaking situation? An overtaking situation exists when one vessel is approaching another vessel from anywhere abaft the beam. Any later change of bearing between the two vessels shall not make the overtaking vessel a crossing vessel. It is the duty of the vessel being overtaken to get out of the way. All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel is the stand-on vessel when two vessels crossing in fog are NOT in sight of one another? The vessel which hears the other vessel's fog signal first The vessel which has the other on her own starboard side The vessel which has the other on her own port side Neither vessel is the stand-on vessel.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Under the Rules, any vessel may slacken her speed, stop, or reverse her engines to __________. attract the attention of another vessel allow more time to assess the situation create a crossing situation All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are approaching another vessel on crossing courses. She is about one mile distant and is on your starboard bow. You believe she will cross ahead of you but she sounds a whistle signal of five short blasts. You should __________. make a large course change, and slow down if necessary answer the signal and hold course and speed reduce speed slightly initiate a passing signal that will allow for a half mile clearance
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel should not impede the navigation of a power-driven vessel? A vessel engaged in fishing A sailing vessel A vessel not under command A seaplane
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When taking action to avoid collision, you should __________. not make any large course changes not make any large speed changes make sure the action is taken in enough time All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are involved in a crossing situation with a vessel off your port bow. The other vessel is showing a high intensity all-round flashing red light. Which action should you take? Reduce Speed Remain clear of the vessel Maintain course and speed Alter course to starboard
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement concerning maneuvering in restricted visibility is FALSE? If a vessel determines by radar that a close-quarters situation is developing, she shall take avoiding action in ample time. A vessel which cannot avoid a close-quarters situation with a vessel forward of her beam shall reduce her speed to bare steerageway. A vessel which hears a fog signal forward of the beam shall navigate with caution. A vessel which hears a fog signal forward of her beam shall stop her engines.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A" is overtaking vessel "B" as shown in illustration D017RR below and will pass without changing course. Which light will vessel "A" observe on vessel "B"? yellow towing light green sidelight white stern light None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are crossing a narrow channel on your 15-meter vessel. A deeply loaded cargo vessel is proceeding down the channel as shown in illustration D040RR below. In this situation, which statement is correct? The cargo vessel is the stand-on vessel because she is running with the current. You cannot impede the passage of the cargo vessel. You are the stand-on vessel because you are less than 65 feet in length. The Rule of Special Circumstances applies in this case.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are crossing a narrow channel in a small motorboat. You sight a tankship off your port bow coming up the channel. Which statement is TRUE? The tankship is the stand-on vessel because it is the larger of the two vessels. You cannot impede the safe passage of the tankship. You are the stand-on vessel because the tankship is to port. The tankship is the stand-on vessel because it is to port of your vessel.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on vessel "A" and proceeding down a narrow channel as shown in illustration D040RR below. You can only navigate within the channel and vessel "B" is crossing so as to involve risk of collision. Which action would be most prudent? Sound the danger signal and take evasive action. Maintain course and speed. Alter course to starboard to give him more room. Back down and allow vessel "B" to cross ahead.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel shall NOT impede the passage of a vessel which can safely navigate only within a narrow channel or fairway? A vessel sailing A vessel of less than 20 meters in length A vessel fishing All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In narrow channels, vessels of less than what length shall not impede the safe passage of vessels which can navigate only inside that channel? 100 meters 50 meters 20 meters 65 meters
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are crossing a narrow channel in an 18-meter tug when you sight a loaded tankship off your port bow coming up the channel. Which statement is correct? The tankship is the stand-on vessel because it is the larger of the two vessels. The tankship is the stand-on vessel because it is in the channel. You cannot impede the safe passage of the tankship. Neither vessel is the stand-on vessel because the tankship is crossing.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In which situation do the Rules require both vessels to change course? Two sailing vessels crossing with the wind on the same side Two power-driven vessels meeting head-on Two power-driven vessels crossing when it is apparent to the stand-on vessel that the give-way vessel is not taking appropriate action All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A" (towing) and vessel "B" are meeting as shown in illustration D012RR below. In this situation, which statement is TRUE? Both vessels should alter course to port and pass starboard to starboard. Vessel "A" should hold course while vessel "B" alters course to starboard. Vessel "A" is the stand-on in this situation. Both vessels should alter course to starboard and pass port to port.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND There are two classes of vessels which, to the extent necessary to carry out their work, do not have to comply with the rule regarding traffic separation schemes. One of these is a vessel __________. engaged on pilotage duty servicing a submarine cable towing another engaged in fishing in a traffic lane
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Two power-driven vessels are crossing as shown in illustration D042RR below. Vessel "A" sounds one short blast on the whistle. Vessel "B" is which of the following in this scenario? give-way vessel overtaking vessel stand-on vessel burdened vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are preparing to cross a narrow channel. You see a vessel that can only be navigated safely within the channel. You should __________. hold your course and speed not cross the channel if you might impede the other vessel sound the danger signal initiate an exchange of passing signals
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel shall not impede the passage of a vessel which can only navigate inside a narrow channel? A vessel of less than 20 meters in length A vessel not under command A vessel engaged in surveying All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessels "A" and "B" are crossing as shown in illustration D026RR below. Which statement is TRUE? The vessels should pass starboard to starboard. Vessel "B" should alter course to the right. Vessel "A" must keep clear of vessel "B". Vessel "B" should pass under the stern of vessel "A".
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are approaching a narrow channel. Another vessel in the channel can only be navigated safely in that channel. You should __________. sound three short blasts, and take all way off your vessel not cross the channel if you might impede the other vessel hold your course and speed if she is on your port bow sound two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel is directed not to impede the passage of a vessel which can only navigate inside a narrow channel? A vessel not under command A vessel engaged in surveying A vessel of less than 20 meters in length All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In a crossing situation on open waters, a sailing vessel shall keep out of the way of all the following vessels EXCEPT a __________. power-driven vessel approaching on her starboard side vessel fishing vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver vessel not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your 15-meter vessel is crossing a narrow channel and a large cargo vessel to port is within the channel and crossing your course. You must __________. hold course and speed not cross the channel if you might impede the other vessel sound the danger signal initiate an exchange of passing signals
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway you sight a vessel displaying the shapes shown in illustration D006RR below. What action should you take? provide assistance, the other vessel is in distress stay clear, the other vessel cannot get out of the way contact the vessel on VHF radiotelephone stop your vessel and sound passing signals
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When shall the stand-on vessel change course and speed? The stand-on vessel may change course and speed at any time as it has the right of way After the give-way vessel sounds one blast in a crossing situation When the two vessels become less than half a mile apart When action by the give-way vessel alone cannot prevent collision
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your 15-meter tug is underway and crossing a deep and narrow channel. A large container vessel is off your port bow on a steady bearing. Which statement is TRUE concerning this situation? You should maintain course and speed. The container vessel is the stand-on as it is the larger vessel. You are not to impede the safe passage of the container vessel in the channel. None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel is NOT to impede the passage of a vessel which can only navigate safely within a narrow channel? Any vessel less than 20 meters in length A vessel engaged in fishing Any sailing vessel All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel shall NOT impede the passage of a vessel which can safely navigate only within a narrow channel or fairway? A vessel servicing an aid to navigation A vessel dredging A sailing vessel All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in reduced visibility. You hear the fog signal of another vessel about 20° on your starboard bow. Risk of collision may exist. You should __________. reduce your speed to bare steerageway slow your engines and let the other vessel pass ahead of you alter course to port to pass the other vessel on its port side alter course to starboard to pass around the other vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A sailing vessel is proceeding along a narrow channel and can safely navigate ONLY inside the channel. The sailing vessel approaches a vessel engaged in fishing. Which statement is TRUE? The fishing vessel must sound the danger signal. Both vessels should be displaying the signal for a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver. The fishing vessel shall not impede the passage of the sailing vessel. Each vessel should move to the edge of the channel on her port side.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A sailing vessel is proceeding along a narrow channel and can safely navigate ONLY inside the channel. The sailing vessel approaches a vessel engaged in fishing. Which statement is TRUE? The fishing vessel is directed not to impede the passage of the sailing vessel. Each vessel should move to the edge of the channel on her port side. The sailing vessel must keep out of the way of the fishing vessel. Each vessel should be displaying signals for a vessel constrained by her draft.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND For a stand-on vessel to take action to avoid collision she shall, if possible, NOT __________. increase speed decrease speed turn to port for a vessel on her port side turn to starboard for a vessel on her port side
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A sailing vessel is proceeding along a narrow channel and can safely navigate ONLY inside the channel. The sailing vessel approaches a vessel engaged in fishing in the narrow channel. Which statement is TRUE? The vessels are required to exchange signals. Each vessel should move to the edge of the channel on her port side. The fishing vessel is directed not to impede the passage of the sailing vessel. Each vessel should be displaying signals for a vessel constrained by her draft.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When underway in a channel, you should if safe and practicable __________. exchange whistle signals with any other vessels in the channel keep to the side of the channel which lies to your starboard keep to the starboard side of any vessels you meet stay near the middle of the channel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear the fog signal of another vessel ahead. If a risk of collision exists, you must __________. sound three short blasts and back your engines slow to bare steerageway and navigate with caution stop your engines and navigate with caution continue on your course and speed until the other vessel is sighted
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel proceeding along a narrow channel shall __________. avoid crossing the channel at right angles not overtake any vessels within the channel when nearing a bend in the channel, sound a long blast of the whistle keep as near as safe and practicable to the limit of the channel on her starboard side
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel using a traffic separation scheme shall __________. only anchor in the separation zone avoid anchoring in areas near the termination of the scheme use the separation zone for navigating through the scheme if she is hindering other traffic due to her slower speed avoid crossing traffic lanes, but if obliged to do so, shall cross on as small an angle as is practical
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel approaching a narrow channel shall __________. avoid crossing the channel if it impedes another vessel navigating in the channel not overtake any vessels within the channel keep as close as possible to the edge of the channel on her port side anchor only in the middle of the channel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement about the Navigation Rules is TRUE? The Rules require vessels to comply with Traffic Separation Scheme regulations. The Rules permit a stand-on vessel to take action prior to being in extremis. The Rules use the term "safe speed." All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Except where specifically required by the rules, a sailing vessel is NOT required to keep out of the way of a __________. vessel setting a channel buoy vessel engaged in fishing vessel anchored power-driven pilot vessel on station
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Systems of inbound and outbound lanes to promote the safe flow of vessel traffic in certain areas around the world are known as __________. traffic separation schemes merchant vessel reporting systems restricted maneuverability channels collision avoidance fairways
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A traffic separation zone is that part of a traffic separation scheme which __________. contains all the traffic moving in the same direction is designated as an anchorage area is located between the scheme and the nearest land separates traffic proceeding in one direction from traffic proceeding in the opposite direction
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are fishing at night, and you sight a vessel showing three lights in a vertical line. The upper and lower lights are red and the middle light is white. Which statement is TRUE? You must keep out of the way of the other vessel. The rule of special circumstances applies. The other vessel is at anchor. The other vessel is responsible to keep out of your way.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel has on her port side a sailing vessel which is on a collision course. The power-driven vessel is to __________. stop her engines maintain course and speed sound one blast and turn to starboard keep clear, passing at a safe distance
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND An overtaking situation at night would be one in which one vessel sees which light(s) of a vessel ahead? One sidelight, the masthead lights and stern light Both sidelights Masthead lights and sidelights Stern light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Every vessel that is to keep out of the way of another vessel must take positive early action to comply with this obligation and must __________. avoid passing astern of the other vessel sound one prolonged blast to indicate compliance avoid crossing ahead of the other vessel alter course to port for a vessel on her port side
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When is a stand-on vessel FIRST allowed by the Rules to take action in order to avoid collision? When the give-way vessel is not taking appropriate action to avoid collision. The stand-on vessel is never allowed to take action. When collision is imminent. When the two vessels are less than half a mile from each other.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When may a vessel enter a traffic separation zone? in an emergency to engage in fishing within the zone to cross the traffic separation scheme All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A traffic separation zone is that part of a traffic separation scheme which __________. is between the scheme and the nearest land contains all the traffic moving in one direction is designated as an anchorage area separates traffic proceeding in one direction from traffic proceeding in the opposite direction
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In a traffic separation scheme, when joining a traffic lane from the side, a vessel shall do so __________. only in case of an emergency or to engage in fishing within the zone at as small an angle as possible never as nearly as practical at right angles to the general direction of traffic flow
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Underway at night you see the red sidelight of a vessel well off your port bow. Which statement is TRUE? You are on a collision course with the other vessel. You may maintain course and speed. You must stop engines. You are required to alter course to the right.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Traffic separation schemes __________. provide traffic patterns in congested areas, so that vessels can operate without having a separate look-out provide routing and scheduling procedures to reduce shipping delays prohibit vessels carrying hazardous cargoes from entering waters that are environmentally sensitive provide inbound and outbound lanes to promote the safe flow of vessel traffic
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The purpose of established traffic separation schemes is to do which of the following? provide vessel reporting systems to assist in search and rescue in the event of a vessel casualty provide inbound and outbound lanes to promote the safe flow of vessel traffic provide routing and vessel scheduling procedures to reduce shipping delays prohibit vessels carrying hazardous cargos from entering waters that are environmentally sensitive
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel using a traffic separation scheme shall __________. cross a traffic lane at as small an angle as possible utilize the separation zone for navigating through the scheme if she is impeding other traffic due to her slower speed avoid anchoring in areas near the termination of the scheme only anchor in the separation zone
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel using a traffic separation scheme shall NOT __________. cross a traffic lane proceed in an inappropriate traffic lane enter the separation zone engage in fishing the separation zone
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning two sailing vessels? A sail vessel with the wind abaft of the beam must keep out of the way of a vessel sailing into the wind. A sailing vessel with the wind forward of the beam on her port side shall keep out of the way of a sailing vessel with the wind forward of the beam on the starboard side. When both vessels have the wind on the same side, the vessel to leeward shall keep out of the way. None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If a sailing vessel with the wind on the port side sees a sailing vessel to windward and cannot tell whether the other vessel has the wind on the port or starboard side, she shall __________. turn to port and come into the wind hold course and speed sound the danger signal keep out of the way of the other vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessels "I" and "II" are power-driven vessels. You are on vessel "I" as shown in illustration D036RR below. In this scenario you are which of the following? give-way vessel overtaking vessel stand-on vessel None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are under sail making 5 knots. The apparent wind is broad on the port beam at 10 knots. You see another sailing vessel dead ahead on a meeting course. What action is correct? Both vessels must maneuver to avoid collision. You must keep out of the way of the other vessel. Only the other vessel must maneuver to avoid collision. You are only required to maneuver if collision cannot be avoided by maneuver of the other vessel.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning two sailing vessels approaching each other? A sailing vessel overtaking another is the give-way vessel. A sailing vessel seeing another to leeward on an undetermined tack shall hold her course. When each is on a different tack, the vessel on the starboard tack shall keep out of the way. All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on vessel "A" and approaching vessel "B" as shown in illustration D015RR below. You are not sure whether your vessel is crossing or overtaking vessel "B". You should take which of the following actions? consider it to be a crossing situation consider it to be an overtaking situation change course to make the situation definitely either crossing or overtaking consider it a crossing situation if you can cross ahead safely
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway on vessel "B" approaching vessel "A", as shown in illustration D038RR below. You are unable to see any sidelights on vessel "A". What type of situation is this? meeting situation crossing situation overtaking situation special circumstances situation
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A" is overtaking vessel "B" as shown in illustration D009RR below. Which vessel is the stand-on vessel? Vessel "A" Vessel "B" Both vessels must keep clear of the other. Neither vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A sailing vessel is overtaking a tug and tow as shown in illustration D043RR below. Which statement is CORRECT? The tug is the stand-on vessel because it is towing. The sailing vessel is the stand-on vessel because it is under sail. The tug is the stand-on vessel because it is being overtaken. The sailing vessel is the stand-on vessel because it is overtaking.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A" is overtaking vessel "B" as shown in illustration D017RR below. Vessel "B" should do which of the following? should slow down until vessel "A" has passed may steer various courses and vessel "A" must keep clear should hold her course and speed should change course to the right
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When is a stand-on vessel in a crossing situation allowed to take action? the vessels will pass within one mile the relative speed of the vessels indicates collision in less than six minutes it becomes apparent to her that the give-way vessel is not taking appropriate action on a collision course
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel shall be deemed to be overtaking when she can see at night __________. a sidelight and one masthead light of the vessel only a sidelight of the vessel only the stern light of the vessel any lights except the masthead lights of the vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement concerning an overtaking situation is correct? Neither vessel is the stand-on vessel. The overtaking vessel must maintain course and speed. The overtaking vessel must keep out of the way of the other. The overtaking vessel is the stand-on vessel.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A "head-on" situation shall be deemed to exist at night when a power-driven vessel sees another power-driven vessel ahead and __________. one sidelight and the masthead light are visible both vessels sound one prolonged blast the vessels will pass closer than half a mile both sidelights and masthead light(s) are visible
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Sailing vessels are stand-on over power-driven vessels except __________. in a crossing situation on the inland waters of the U.S. in a meeting situation when they are the overtaking vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Two vessels are meeting head-on. How must the vessels pass? The vessels should determine which will alter course by sounding whistle signals. One vessel must alter course while the other must continue on its course. Both vessels should alter course to port and pass starboard to starboard. Both vessels should alter course to starboard and pass port to port.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In illustration D002RR below, vessel I is a power-driven vessel. Vessel II is a sailing vessel with the wind dead aft. Which statement about this situation is correct? Vessel I should keep out of the way of Vessel II. Vessel II would normally be the stand-on vessel, but should stay out of the way in this particular situation. The Rules of Special Circumstances applies, and neither vessel is the stand-on vessel. Vessel II should keep out of the way of Vessel I.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When two power-driven vessels are crossing, which vessel is the stand-on vessel? The vessel that sounds the first whistle signal The larger vessel The vessel which is to port of the other vessel The vessel which is to starboard of the other vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel is overtaking when she can see which light(s) of a vessel ahead? Only the stern light of the vessel Only a sidelight of the vessel The masthead lights of the vessel One sidelight and a masthead light of the vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are the watch officer on a power-driven vessel and notice a large sailing vessel approaching from astern. You should __________. sound one short blast and change course to starboard hold your course and speed slow down sound two short blasts and change course to port
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel approaching your vessel from 235° relative is in what type of situation? Overtaking Passing Crossing Meeting
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Every vessel which is directed by these Rules to keep out of the way of another vessel shall, if the circumstances of the case admit, avoid __________. crossing astern of the other crossing ahead of the other passing starboard to starboard passing port to port
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND An overtaking situation would be one in which one vessel is approaching another from more than how many degrees abaft the beam? 22.5° 10° None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are under sail and overtaking a tug and tow. Which action is correct? You must maneuver to avoid collision only if the tug is to leeward and the wind is on your port side. You must maneuver to avoid the tug and tow. Both vessels are required to maneuver to avoid collision. The power-driven tug must maneuver to avoid collision.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A sailing vessel must keep course and speed when __________. to leeward of another sailing vessel crossing a vessel engaged in fishing being overtaken to windward of another sailing vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway at night, you sight a vessel ahead displaying the lights shown in illustration D071RR below. How should the vessels pass? Your vessel should hold course and speed and the other vessel should keep clear. Both vessels should alter course to port and pass starboard to starboard. Both vessels should alter course to starboard and pass port to port. You should sound an appropriate overtaking signal.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In a crossing situation, a stand-on vessel which is forced to take action in order to avoid collision with a vessel on her own port side shall, if possible, avoid __________. increasing speed turning to starboard decreasing speed turning to port
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What describes a head-on situation? Seeing a vessel displaying both sidelights ONLY dead ahead Seeing both sidelights of a vessel directly off your starboard beam Seeing two forward white towing identification lights in a vertical line on a towing vessel directly ahead Seeing both sidelights and masthead light(s) of a vessel dead ahead
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on vessel "A" towing a barge alongside and meeting power driven vessel "B" as shown in illustration D039RR below. Which action should you take? Maintain course and speed Alter course to port Alter course to starboard Back down to reduce the strain on the lines
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You sight another power-driven vessel dead ahead showing both the red and green sidelights. The required action to take would be to __________. start a radar plot in order to ascertain his course carefully watch his compass bearing alter your course to port alter your course to starboard
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Two vessels are approaching each other near head-on. What action should be taken to avoid collision? The first vessel to sight the other should give-way. The vessel making the slower speed should give-way. Both vessels should alter course to port. Both vessels should alter course to starboard.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When two power-driven vessels are meeting head-on and there is a risk of collision, each shall __________. back down sound the danger signal stop her engines alter course to starboard
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A head-on situation at night is one in which you see __________. both sidelights of a vessel dead ahead of you one sidelight and a masthead light of a vessel ahead of you one sidelight, a masthead light, and a range light of a vessel ahead of you one sidelight of a vessel ahead of you
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A head-on situation at night is one in which you see dead ahead a vessel showing __________. one sidelight and a masthead light one sidelight one sidelight and two masthead lights both sidelights of a vessel and her masthead light(s)
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A" is underway and pushing ahead when vessel "B" is sighted off the starboard bow as shown in illustration D005RR below. Which statement is TRUE? Vessel "A" is the stand-on vessel because it is to the port side of vessel "B". Vessel "A" is the stand-on vessel because it is pushing ahead. Vessel "B" is the stand-on vessel because it is to starboard of vessel "A". Neither vessel is the stand-on vessel.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessels "A" and "B" are crossing as shown in illustration D030RR below. Which statement is TRUE? Vessel "B" should pass astern of vessel "A". Vessel "A" must keep clear of vessel "B". The vessels should pass starboard to starboard. Vessel "B" should alter course to the right.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When two power-driven vessels are crossing, the vessel which has the other to starboard must keep out of the way if __________. the vessels will pass within half a mile of each other the situation involves risk of collision whistle signals have been sounded she is the faster vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Unless the rules require otherwise, a sailing vessel must keep out of the way of __________. a vessel trawling another sailing vessel on a crossing course a pilot vessel on station an overtaking vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel is underway and fishing with trolling lines. This vessel __________. must keep out of the way of sailing vessels must sound a one prolonged, two short blasts signal in restricted visibility is the stand-on vessel when overtaking power-driven vessels All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Two power-driven vessels are crossing as shown in illustration D042RR below. Vessel "A" sounds one short blast on the whistle. What is Vessel "A" considered in this scenario? the give-way vessel the overtaking vessel the stand-on vessel None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see the lights shown in illustration D050RR below on your port bow. What action should you take? sound the danger signal stop engines alter course to port hold course and speed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in fishing shall keep out of the way of which of the following vessels? under sail crossing a channel restricted in her ability to maneuver All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are aboard the give-way vessel in a crossing situation. What should you NOT do in obeying the Rules? Slow your vessel Make a large course change to starboard Cross ahead of the stand-on vessel Back your vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A stand-on vessel is __________. free to maneuver in any crossing or meeting situation as it has the right of way required to sound the first passing signal in a meeting situation required to give-way in a crossing situation required to maintain course and speed in a crossing situation but may take action to avoid collision
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are in charge of a stand-on vessel in a crossing situation. The other vessel is 1.5 miles to port. You believe that risk of collision exists. You should __________. immediately sound the danger signal, and change course take avoiding action only after giving the give-way vessel time to take action, and determining that her action is not appropriate take avoiding action immediately upon determining that risk of collision exists hold course and speed until the point of extremis, and then sound the danger signal, taking whatever action will best avoid collision
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In a crossing situation, what action should the stand-on vessel normally take? take action to cross ahead of the other vessel change course and increase speed take action to pass astern of the other vessel maintain course and speed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When shall the stand-on vessel in a crossing situation take action to avoid the other vessel? When the bearing to give-way vessel becomes steady When action by the give-way vessel alone will not prevent a collision When a risk of collision exists When the vessels become less than 1/2 mile apart
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which requirement must be met in order for a stand-on vessel to take action to avoid collision? There are no requirements to be met. The stand-on vessel may take action anytime. Risk of collision must exist. The vessels must be within half a mile of each other. The give-way vessel must have taken action first.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If you are the stand-on vessel in a crossing situation, you may take action to avoid collision by your maneuver alone. When may this action be taken? Only when you have reached extremis When it becomes apparent to you that the give-way vessel is not taking appropriate action When you determine that your present course will cross ahead of the other vessel At any time you feel it is appropriate
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in restricted visibility. You hear the fog signal of another vessel about 22° on your starboard bow. If danger of collision exists you must __________. slow your engines and let the other vessel pass ahead of you reduce your speed to bare steerageway alter course to port to pass the other vessel on its port side alter course to starboard to pass around the other vessel's stern
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What must be TRUE in order for a stand-on vessel to take action to avoid collision by her maneuver alone? There must be risk of collision. She must determine that the give-way vessel is not taking appropriate action. She must be in sight of the give-way vessel. All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning seaplanes on the water? A seaplane should exhibit the lights for a vessel constrained by her draft. In situations where a risk of collision exists, a seaplane should always give-way. A seaplane must show appropriate lights but need not exhibit shapes. A seaplane on the water shall, in general, keep well clear of all vessels.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A", a power-driven vessel underway, sights vessel "B" which is a vessel underway and fishing as shown in illustration D014RR below. Which statement is true? In this case, both vessels are required by the Rules to keep clear of each other. Vessel "A" must keep out of the way of vessel "B" because "B" is fishing. Vessel "A" must keep out of the way of vessel "B" because "B" is to port. Vessel "B" must keep out of the way of vessel "A" because "A" is to starboard.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning seaplanes on the water? In situations where a risk of collision exists, a seaplane should always give way. A seaplane should show the lights for a vessel constrained by her draft. A seaplane must exhibit appropriate lights but need not exhibit shapes. A seaplane on the water shall, in general, keep well clear of all vessels.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel hearing a fog signal forward of her beam has not determined if risk of collision exists. What shall she reduce speed to? bare steerageway half speed moderate speed safe speed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your power-driven vessel is underway when you sight a sailing vessel on your port bow. Which vessel is the "stand-on" vessel? Your vessel, because it is to starboard of the sailboat Your vessel, because it is a power-driven vessel The sailboat, because it is to port of your vessel The sailboat, because it is under sail
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in heavy fog. You hear the fog signal of a vessel which is somewhere ahead of your vessel. You must __________. slow to moderate speed and navigate with caution stop engines and navigate with caution maintain speed and sound the danger signal slow to bare steerageway and navigate with caution
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In illustration D005RR below, vessel "A", which is pushing ahead, and vessel "B" are crossing. Which is the stand-on vessel? Neither vessel is the stand-on vessel in this situation. Vessel "B" is the stand-on vessel because she is to starboard of vessel "A". Vessel "A" is the stand-on vessel because she is pushing ahead. Vessel "A" is the stand-on vessel because she is to port of vessel "B".
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel has on her port side a sailing vessel which is on a collision course. What action is the power-driven vessel required to take? keep clear sound one blast and turn to starboard stop her engines maintain course and speed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The steering and sailing rules for vessels in restricted visibility apply to vessels __________. only if they are showing special purpose lights navigating in or near an area of restricted visibility only if they have operational radar in sight of one another in fog
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are aboard vessel "A" which is towing on open waters when vessel "B", a sailing vessel, is sighted off your port bow as shown in illustration D020RR below. Which vessel is the stand-on? Vessel "A" is the stand-on vessel because it is towing. Vessel "B" is the stand-on vessel because it is to port of vessel "A". Vessel "A" is the stand-on vessel because it is to starboard of vessel "B". Vessel "B" is the stand-on vessel because it is sailing.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In open waters, a vessel fishing is in a crossing situation with a vessel sailing. The sailing vessel is located on the fishing vessel's starboard side. Which vessel is the stand-on vessel? The fishing vessel because it is to port of the sailing vessel. The sailing vessel because it is sailing. The sailing vessel because it is to starboard of the fishing vessel. The fishing vessel because it is fishing.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND On open waters, a power-driven vessel shall keep out of the way of which of the following? a sailing vessel a seaplane on the water a vessel that is overtaking her a vessel on her port side that is crossing her course
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A sailing vessel is NOT required to keep out of the way of a __________. vessel engaged in fishing vessel not under command power-driven vessel vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning a situation involving a fishing vessel and a vessel not under command? They are required to communicate by radiotelephone. The fishing vessel must keep out of the way of the vessel not under command. Both vessels are required to take action to stay clear of each other. If the vessel not under command is a power-driven vessel, she must keep clear of the fishing vessel.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Of the vessels listed, which must keep out of the way of all the others? A vessel not under command A sailing vessel A vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver A vessel engaged in fishing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel sailing shall keep out of the way of all of the following vessels except a vessel __________. engaged in fishing engaged on pilotage duty not under command restricted in her ability to maneuver
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In a crossing situation, a vessel fishing must keep out of the way of a vessel which is __________. engaged in pilotage duty restricted in her ability to maneuver towing under sail
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your power-driven vessel is stopped and making no way, but is not in any way disabled. Another vessel is approaching you on your starboard beam. Which statement is TRUE? You should be showing the lights or shapes for a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver. Your vessel is the give-way vessel in a crossing situation. You should be showing the lights or shapes for a vessel not under command. The other vessel must give-way since your vessel is stopped.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your power driven vessel is NOT making way, but is not in any way disabled. Another power driven vessel is approaching you on your starboard beam. Which statement is TRUE? You should be showing the lights or shapes for a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver. You should be showing the lights or shapes for a vessel not under command. Your vessel is the give-way vessel in a crossing situation. The other vessel must give way since your vessel is stopped.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel should NOT impede the navigation of a power-driven vessel? A vessel not under command A sailing vessel A vessel engaged in fishing A wing in ground craft when taking off or landing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning wing in ground (WIG) craft when taking off, landing and in flight?
 A WIG craft shall, when taking off, landing and in flight near the surface, keep well clear of all other vessels and avoid impeding their navigation;
(ii) A WIG craft operating on the water surface shall comply with the Rules of this Part as a power-driven vessel.
In situations where a risk of collision exists, a WIG should always give way. A WIG shall keep well clear of all vessels and avoid impeding their navigation. A WIG should show the lights for a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver. A WIG shall exhibit an all-round flashing yellow light.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In restricted visibility, a vessel which detects by radar alone the presence of another vessel shall determine if a close-quarters situation is developing or risk of collision exists. If so, she shall __________. when taking action, make only course changes avoid altering course toward a vessel abaft the beam sound the danger signal All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on watch in the fog. Your vessel is proceeding at a safe speed when you hear a fog signal ahead of you. The Rules require you to navigate with caution and take what action if danger of collision exists? reduce to bare steerageway slow to less than 2 knots stop your engines begin a radar plot
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When navigating in restricted visibility, what action shall a power-driven vessel take? have her engines ready for immediate maneuver when making way, sound one prolonged blast at intervals of not more than one minute operate at a speed to be able to stop in the distance of her visibility stop her engines when hearing a fog signal forward of her beam, even if risk of collision does not exist
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is required of a vessel navigating near an area of restricted visibility? She must sound appropriate sound signals. A power-driven vessel shall have her engines ready for immediate maneuver. If she detects another vessel by radar, she shall determine if risk of collision exists. All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You hear the fog signal of another vessel forward of your beam. Risk of collision may exist. You MUST __________. take all way off, if necessary begin a radar plot stop your engines All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is TRUE when operating in fog and other vessels are detected by radar? Long-range scanning will provide early warning of ALL other vessels within radar range. You should determine the course and speed of all radar contacts at six minute intervals. You should make an ample change to port for a vessel crossing on the starboard bow. You should maneuver in ample time if a close-quarters situation is developing.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND An authorized light to assist in the identification of submarines operating on the surface is a(n) __________. flashing sidelight flashing white light intermittent flashing amber/yellow light blue rotating light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel must show a masthead light abaft of and higher than her identifying lights? A 100-meter vessel not under command A 55-meter vessel trawling A 55-meter vessel fishing A 20-meter vessel engaged on pilotage duty
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel may use any sound or light signals to attract the attention of another vessel as long as __________. the signal cannot be mistaken for a signal authorized by the Rules white lights are not used the vessel signals such intentions over the radiotelephone red and green lights are not used
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND An anchored vessel is servicing an aid to navigation and is restricted in her ability to maneuver. Which lights will she show? Three lights in a vertical line, the highest and lowest red and the middle white, and anchor lights Three lights in a vertical line, the highest and lowest red and the middle white, ONLY Anchor lights and sidelights ONLY Anchor lights ONLY
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel towing another vessel astern (tow less than 200 meters) shall show __________. a small white light aft of the funnel two towing lights in a vertical line at the stern two masthead lights in a vertical line instead of either the forward or after masthead lights three masthead lights in a vertical line instead of either the forward or after masthead light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel is required to sound a fog signal of one prolonged followed by two short blasts? A sailing vessel, underway A vessel not under command A vessel restricted in its ability to maneuver, at anchor All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel may combine her sidelights and stern light in one lantern on the fore and aft centerline of the vessel? A 25-meter power-driven vessel A 16-meter sailing vessel Any non-self-propelled vessel A 28-meter sailing vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel "not under command" at night must show which lights in a vertical line? Three red Three white Two red Two white
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are under sail with the auxiliary engine running and the propeller engaged on a 15 meter sail vessel. Which statement is TRUE? This condition is indicated by a conical shape, apex downwards. You must display two green lights in a vertical line at or near the masthead. You are considered a sailing vessel as long as sail propulsion affects the vessel's maneuverability. You should maintain course and speed when approaching a power-driven vessel.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The vessel whose lights are shown in illustration D082RR below is navigating in a narrow channel. Which statement about this vessel is TRUE? It shall not impede the passage of any other vessel navigating within the channel or fairway. It shows two balls It may anchor in the channel or fairway It is the stand-on vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel being towed astern, where the length of the tow exceeds 200 meters, will exhibit __________. two balls in a vertical line a ball on each end of the tow a diamond shape where it can best be seen no day-shape
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel would exhibit sidelights when underway and not making way? A vessel pushing ahead A vessel engaged in dredging A vessel trawling A vessel not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel anchored in fog may warn an approaching vessel by sounding __________. three distinct strokes on the bell before and after sounding the anchor signal the whistle continuously five or more short and rapid blasts of the whistle one short, one prolonged, and one short blast of the whistle
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND For identification purposes at night, U.S. Navy submarines on the surface may display an intermittent flashing light of which color? Blue White Amber (yellow) Red
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway and towing, your vessel enters fog. Which fog signal should you sound? One prolonged blast and two short blasts Three distinct blasts Two prolonged blasts One prolonged blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel being towed will show __________. a towing light sidelights and a stern light a forward masthead light All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In illustration D023RR below "B" represents the arc of visibility of which of the following? red sidelight stern light green sidelight yellow flashing light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which display indicates a vessel conducting mine clearance operations? Two balls in a vertical line One diamond near the foremast and one ball at each yardarm One ball near the foremast and one ball at each yardarm Three balls in a vertical line
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see ONLY the light shown in illustration D080RR below. This could be what type of vessel? under oars towing engaged in fishing not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear a vessel ahead sound two prolonged blasts on the whistle. You should __________. not sound any whistle signals until the other vessel is sighted sound two blasts and change course to the left sound only fog signals until the other vessel is sighted sound whistle signals only if you change course
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is used to show the presence of a partly submerged object being towed? An all-round light at each end of the towed object A diamond shape on the towed object A searchlight from the towing vessel in the direction of the tow All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 15-meter sailing vessel would be required to show __________. sidelights, stern light, and a red light over a green light on the mast sidelights only sidelights, and stern light, but they may be in a combined lantern on the mast separate sidelights and stern light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What type of vessel or operation is indicated by a vessel displaying two cones with the apexes together? Minesweeping Sailing Dredging Trawling
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A pilot vessel may continue to sound an identity signal if she is __________. not engaged in pilotage duty being towed aground underway, but not making way
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on vessel "A", as shown in illustration D032RR below and hear vessel "B" sound a signal indicating his intention to overtake you. You feel it is not safe for vessel "B" to overtake you at the present time. What action should you take? not answer the whistle signal from vessel "B" sound two short blasts sound three blasts of the whistle sound five or more short and rapid blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which shape should a vessel being towed exhibit if the tow EXCEEDS 200 meters? A cone, apex downward A cone, apex upward A ball A diamond
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are proceeding under sail with the auxiliary engine running and the propeller engaged. Which statement is TRUE? By day, you must display a black diamond shape forward. You must display a red light over a green light at the masthead. If most of the propelling power comes from the sails, your vessel is considered a sailing vessel. In fog you must sound one prolonged blast at two-minute intervals when making way.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What light(s) must sailboats twenty meters in length show when underway at night? Red and green sidelights A stern light Red and green sidelights and a stern light One all-round white light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel, when towing astern, shall show __________. a towing light in a vertical line above the stern light a small white light in lieu of the stern light two towing lights in a vertical line two towing lights in addition to the stern light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel when anchored at night, would not be required to show anchor lights? A vessel engaged in underwater operations A vessel engaged in survey operations A vessel engaged on pilotage duty A vessel engaged in mine clearance
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is a light signal authorized by the Secretary of the Navy as an additional navigational light for a ship of war? Green masthead and yardarm lights indicating mineclearance operations Red-white-red lights in a vertical line for a carrier, launching aircraft Yellow flares indicating torpedo firing exercises Intermittent flashing amber (yellow) beacon for submarines
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, you see the lights shown in illustration D078RR below. This would indicate a vessel __________. on pilotage duty and underway engaged in fishing and making way not under command restricted in her ability to maneuver
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In complying with the Rules, of what must the mariner take due regard? The occupation of the other vessel, if known Radar information about nearby vessels Limited backing power of his vessel All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is a light signal authorized by the Secretary of the Navy as an additional navigational light for a ship of war? Yellow flares indicating torpedo firing exercises Two yellow lights in a vertical line for a carrier launching aircraft Intermittent flashing amber beacon for submarines Green masthead and yardarm lights for a vessel engaged in mine clearing operations
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What signal indicates doubt that sufficient action is being taken by another vessel to avoid collision? One prolonged blast followed by three short blasts of the whistle Five short and rapid blasts of the whistle Three long blasts of the whistle Three short and rapid blasts of the whistle
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning fog signals? A vessel not under command sounds the same fog signal as a vessel towed. A vessel aground may sound a whistle signal. All fog signals for sailing vessels are to be given at intervals of not more than one minute. The identity signal of a pilot vessel is the only fog signal sounded by such a vessel.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In illustration D023RR below item "C" shows the arc of visibility of which of the following? red sidelight yellow flashing light green sidelight None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND By day, when it is impracticable for a small vessel engaged in diving operations to display the shapes for a vessel engaged in underwater operations, she shall display __________. three black balls in a vertical line two red balls in a vertical line a black cylinder a rigid replica of the International Code flag "A"
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND During the day, a dredge will indicate the side on which it is safe to pass by displaying __________. two diamonds in a vertical line no shape is shown during the day a single black ball two balls in a vertical line
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Two all-round red lights displayed in a vertical line are shown by a vessel __________. at anchor being towed pushing a barge ahead not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, a vessel shall indicate that she is restricted in her ability to maneuver by showing in a vertical line two __________. red lights red lights and two white lights white lights with a red light in between red lights with a white light in between
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 50-meter vessel is towing astern and the length of the tow is 100 meters. In addition to sidelights, which lights may she show to fully comply with the Rules? Two masthead lights forward, a stern light, and a towing light above the stern light No masthead light forward, two masthead lights aft, a stern light, and a towing light above the stern light Three masthead lights forward, one masthead light aft, and two towing lights in a vertical line at the stern A masthead light forward, two masthead lights aft, a stern light, and a towing light above the stern light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What signal would a vessel aground show during daylight? One black ball Two black balls Three black balls Four black balls
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog you hear a whistle signal consisting of one prolonged blast followed immediately by two short blasts. This signal is sounded in fog by __________. pilot vessels vessels at anchor, not engaged in fishing vessels underway and towing vessels in danger
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In illustration D023RR below item"A" represents the arc of visibility of which of the following lights? white masthead light red sidelight stern light green sidelight
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel transferring provisions or cargo at sea shall display during the day __________. three black shapes in a vertical line; the highest and lowest shall be balls and the middle one a diamond two black balls in a vertical line three shapes in a vertical line; the highest and lowest shall be red balls and the middle a white diamond three black balls in a vertical line
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is the minimum vessel length which must show two white masthead lights, one forward and one aft, when underway at night? 50 meters 7 meters 100 meters 20 meters
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel is "engaged in fishing" when __________. her gear extends more than 100 meters from the vessel she has any fishing gear on board she is using fishing apparatus which restricts her maneuverability she is using any type of gear, other than lines
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel may exhibit lights other than those prescribed by the Rules as long as the additional lights __________. do not interfere with the keeping of a proper look-out are not the color of either sidelight have a lesser range than the prescribed lights All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel displaying the shape shown in illustration D010RR below is which of the following? broken down towing fishing anchored
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The masthead light may be displaced from the centerline on which of the following vessels? a vessel of special construction an air cushion vessel in nondisplacement mode a vessel engaged in trolling a power-driven vessel 12 meters in length
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What would be a "special circumstance" under the Rules? More than two vessels crossing Speed in fog Vessel at anchor Two vessels meeting
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel nearing a bend where other vessels may be obscured shall sound __________. two short blasts one long blast one prolonged blast one short blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel would have no white lights visible when meeting her head-on? A vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver A vessel trawling A vessel not under command A vessel mine clearing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see a vessel displaying ONLY the lights shown in illustration D045RR below. This vessel could be which of the following? vessel engaged in fishing at anchor vessel engaged in launching or recovering aircraft power-driven vessel underway pilot vessel on pilotage duty
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in fishing, and at anchor, shall show __________. three lights in a vertical line, the highest and lowest being red, and the middle being white an anchor light sidelights and a stern light None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in fishing while at anchor shall sound a fog signal of __________. a rapid ringing of the bell for five seconds at one-minute intervals a sounding of the bell and gong at one-minute intervals one prolonged and two short blasts at two-minute intervals one prolonged and three short blasts at two-minute intervals
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your vessel enters fog. You stop your engines, and the vessel is dead in the water. Which fog signal should you sound? One prolonged blast every two minutes One prolonged and two short blasts every two minutes Two prolonged blasts every two minutes Three short blasts every two minutes
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are in charge of a power-driven vessel making way in dense fog. You observe what appears to be another vessel on radar half a mile distant on your port bow and closing. You must take which of the following actions? sound one short, one prolonged, and one short blast sound one prolonged blast sound the danger signal exchange passing signals
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In order for a vessel to be "engaged in fishing "she must be __________. using a seine of some type underway using gear which extends more than 50 meters outboard using gear which restricts her maneuverability
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel is NOT to be regarded as "restricted in her ability to maneuver"? A vessel launching aircraft A vessel transferring provisions while underway A vessel servicing a navigation mark A pushing vessel and a vessel being pushed when connected in a composite unit
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND According to the Navigation Rules, you may depart from the Rules when __________. out of sight of land you are in immediate danger no vessels are in sight visually no vessels are visible on radar
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel must exhibit forward and after masthead lights when underway? A 50-meter power-driven vessel A 200-meter sailing vessel A 100-meter vessel engaged in fishing All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In a meeting situation, which vessel may sound the danger signal? Give-way vessel Either vessel Neither vessel Stand-on vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel aground in fog shall sound, in addition to the proper anchor signal, which of the following? Three strokes on the bell before and after the anchor signal Three strokes on the gong before and after sounding the anchor signal Four short blasts on the whistle One prolonged and one short blast on the whistle
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In illustration D023RR below item "D" represents the arc of visibility of which of the following lights? stern light green sidelight white masthead light None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on watch and sight a vessel showing a high intensity all-round flashing red light. The light indicates a __________. submarine on the surface WIG craft in flight near the surface air-cushion vessel in the non-displacement mode seaplane when landing and taking off
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 200-meter vessel is aground in restricted visibility. Which signal is optional? A bell signal A whistle signal A gong signal All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is the minimum sound signaling equipment required aboard a vessel 10 meters in length? A whistle only Any means of making an efficient sound signal A bell and a whistle A bell only
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which situation would be a "special circumstance" under the Rules? Speed in fog More than two vessels meeting Two vessels crossing Vessel at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway at night you are coming up on a vessel from astern. Which light(s) would you expect to see? Both sidelights and the stern light A stern light only Two masthead lights Sidelights only
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see the display of lights shown in illustration D054RR below, this could be which of the following? pilot vessel with a motor launch alongside fishing vessel adrift and fishing with hand lines fishing vessel at anchor fishing vessel with outlying gear more than 150 meters
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel "restricted in her ability to maneuver" is one which __________. due to adverse weather conditions is unable to maneuver as required by the rules from the nature of her work is unable to maneuver as required by the rules has lost steering and is unable to maneuver through some exceptional circumstance is unable to maneuver as required by the rules
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel nearing a bend or an area of a channel or fairway where other vessels may be obscured by an intervening obstruction shall sound __________. one long blast one prolonged blast two short blasts the danger signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see a vessel's green sidelight bearing due east from you. The vessel might be heading __________. northwest (315°) northeast (045°) southwest (225°) east (090°)
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND According to the Navigation Rules, all of the following are engaged in fishing EXCEPT a vessel __________. trolling trawling using a dredge net setting nets
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the shapes shown in illustration D016RR below would you show on the after end of an inconspicuous partially submerged vessel or object being towed less than 200 meters in length? A B C No day-shape would be shown.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel underway but not making way and fishing other than trawling will show which lights? A white light over a red light, sidelights, and a stern light A white light over a red light A red light over a white light A red light over a white light, sidelights, and a stern light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on vessel "A" as shown in illustration D032RR below, and hear vessel "B" sound a signal indicating her intention to overtake you. You feel it is not safe for vessel "B" to overtake you at the present time. What action should you take? not answer the whistle signal from vessel "B" sound three blasts of the whistle sound five or more short rapid blasts sound two short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel is "underway" according to the Rules? A vessel which has run aground A vessel made fast to a single point mooring buoy A vessel engaged in towing, not making way A pilot vessel at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel that is defined as "restricted in her ability to maneuver" is unable to keep out of the way of another vessel due to __________. the nature of her work her draft some exceptional circumstances a danger of navigation
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on watch in fog. Which vessel is "insight"? A vessel from which you can hear the fog signal A radar target of which you have determined the course and speed A vessel that you can see from the bridge All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following in illustration D086RR below represents the length of a vessel as defined by the Rules? A B C D
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning a "vessel engaged in fishing"? The vessel sounds the same fog signal as a vessel underway, making no way. The vessel may be trolling. The vessel may be using nets, lines, or trawls. The vessel shows 2 lights in a vertical line, white over red.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What determines if a vessel is "restricted in her ability to maneuver"? The vessel's draft in relation to the available depth of water Whether or not all of the vessel's control equipment is in working order Whether the nature of the vessel's work limits maneuverability required by the Rules Whether or not the vessel is the give-way vessel in a meeting situation
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE regarding equipment for sound signals? Any vessel over 12 meters in length must be provided with a gong. Automatic sounding of the signals is not permitted. A vessel of less than 12 meters in length need not have any sound signaling equipment. Manual sounding of the bell and gong must always be possible.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, power-driven vessels less than 12 meters in length may, instead of the underway lights for vessels under 50 meters, show which lights? Masthead light only One all-round white light and sidelights Sidelights and stern light Stern light only
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A single towing light will be carried above a vessel's stern light under which of the following situations? if the towing vessel is part of a composite unit at any time when towing only if she is towing astern only if the tow exceeds 200 meters
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which display of lights shown in illustration D072RR below indicates a dredge underway and not dredging? A B C D
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are heading due east (090°) and observe a vessel's red sidelight on your port beam. The vessel may be heading __________. northwest (315°) northeast (045°) southeast (135°) southwest (225°)
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel 50 meters in length at anchor must sound which fog signal? 5-second sounding of both a bell and gong every two minutes 5-second sounding of a gong every minute 5-second ringing of a bell every two minutes 5-second ringing of a bell every minute
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The stern light shall be positioned such that it will show from dead astern to how many degrees on each side of the stern of the vessel? 135.0° 112.5° 67.5° 22.5°
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If a towing vessel and her tow are severely restricted in their ability to deviate from their course, they may show lights in addition to their towing identification lights. These additional lights may be shown if the tow is __________. towed alongside pushed ahead towed astern All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What type of vessel displays the lights as shown in illustration D082RR? a pilot boat sailing anchored fishing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see ONLY the light shown in illustration D080RR below. What type of vessel could this be? sailing vessel vessel engaged in fishing vessel on pilotage duty law enforcement vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, which lights would you see on a vessel engaged in fishing, other than trawling? A red light over a white light A green light over a red light Two red lights, one over the other A white light over a red light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which shape would a vessel aground show during daylight? Three black balls Four black balls Two black balls One black ball
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel displaying a high intensity all-round flashing red light is __________. in distress restricted in its ability to maneuver engaged in dredging WIG craft
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Navigation lights must be displayed in all weathers from sunset to sunrise. They also __________. may be displayed during daylight must be displayed when moored to a pier may be extinguished at night on open waters when no other vessels are in the area must be displayed when day signals are being used
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In illustration D087RR below, which represents the breadth as defined in the Rules?  A B C D
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What do the lights displayed in illustration D073RR indicate? vessel dredging fishing vessel trolling vessel towing astern vessel laying submarine cable
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which craft is a "power-driven vessel" under the Rules of the Road? A trawler on her way to the fishing grounds An auxiliary sailing vessel, using her engine A canoe propelled by a small outboard motor All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, a vessel displaying the lights shown in illustration D052RR below represents which of the following? a vessel at anchor a vessel underway a vessel aground a vessel dredging
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND For the purpose of the Rules, except where otherwise required, the term __________. "vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver" includes fishing vessels "vessel" includes seaplanes "vessel engaged in fishing" includes a vessel fishing with trolling lines "seaplane" includes nondisplacement craft
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When must the lights required by the Rules be shown? ONLY from sunset to sunrise from sunrise to sunset in restricted visibility at all times whenever a look-out is posted
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel servicing a pipeline during the day shall display __________. two black balls in a vertical line three shapes in a vertical line; the highest and lowest are red balls, and the middle one is a white diamond three black balls in a vertical line three black shapes in a vertical line; the highest and lowest are balls, and the middle one is a diamond
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel towing astern and her tow are severely restricted in their ability to change course. When making way, the towing vessel will show ONLY which of the following light configurations? sidelights, stern light, and towing light the masthead lights for a towing vessel the lights for a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The term "power-driven vessel" refers to any vessel __________. making way against the current with propelling machinery onboard whether in use or not with propelling machinery in use traveling at a speed greater than that of the current
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What does the word "length" refer to? Length overall Length between the perpendiculars Waterline length Registered length
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel is a "vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver" under the Rules? A vessel not under command A vessel mine clearing A vessel engaged in fishing A vessel at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The stern light shall be positioned such that it will show from dead astern to how many degrees on each side of the stern of the vessel? 22.5° 67.5° 112.5° 135.0°
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is true concerning a towing light when a towing vessel is towing astern? When a towing light is shown, no stern light is necessary. When a stern light is shown, no towing light is necessary. The towing light is shown above the stern light. The towing light is shown below the stern light.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is the minimum length of vessels required to show two anchor lights? 40 meters 50 meters 60 meters 70 meters
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE regarding equipment for bell & gong signals? Signals must be able to be sounded manually and automatically. Manual sounding of the signals must always be possible. A vessel of less than 12 meters in length need not have any sound signaling equipment. Any vessel over 12 meters in length must be provided with a gong.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessels "A" and "B" are meeting in a narrow channel as shown in illustration D029RR below but are not in sight of one another due to restricted visibility. Which statement is TRUE concerning whistle signals between the vessels? Both vessels should sound two short blasts. Both vessels should sound one short blast. Vessel "A" should sound one short blast and vessel "B" should sound two short blasts. None of the above statements is TRUE.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on a vessel heading due south and see the lights shown in illustration D051RR below, one point on the port bow. What direction could this vessel be heading? NE SW NW SE
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel showing a green light over a white light in a vertical line above the level of the sidelights is __________. trawling a pilot vessel under sail and power engaged in underwater construction
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel is being propelled both by sail and by engines. Under the Rules, the vessel is __________. a "special circumstance" vessel not covered under any category a sail vessel a power-driven vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, a barge being towed astern must display __________. a white stern light only red and green sidelights only sidelights and a stern light one all-round white light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When must the shapes for a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver be shown? during daylight hours except in restricted visibility between sunset and sunrise ONLY between 8 AM and 4 PM daily during daylight hours
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway and in sight of another vessel, less than one half mile away, you put your engines on astern propulsion. Which statement concerning whistle signals is TRUE? You need not sound any whistle signals. You must sound three short blasts on the whistle. You must sound whistle signals only if the vessels are meeting. You must sound one blast if backing to starboard.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel may sound the danger signal? The stand-on vessel in a crossing situation A vessel at anchor The give-way vessel in a crossing situation All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The term "restricted visibility" as used in the Rules refers __________. to visibility where you cannot see shore only to fog to any condition where visibility is restricted only to visibility of less than one-half of a mile
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A towing vessel pushing a barge ahead and rigidly connected in a composite unit shall show the lights of __________. a vessel pushing ahead a power-driven vessel, not towing a barge being pushed ahead either answer A or answer B
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What does the word "breadth" mean? Breadth at the load waterline Breadth at the uppermost continuous deck Greatest breadth Molded breadth
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel is "in sight" of another vessel when she __________. can be observed by radar has determined that risk of collision exists is sounding a fog signal which can be heard on the other vessel can be observed visually from the other vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in mine clearance operations shows special identity lights __________. which mean that other vessels should not approach within 1000 meters that are 225° green lights instead of the masthead lights All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is a vessel "restricted in her ability to maneuver"? A vessel underway in fog A vessel not under command A vessel constrained by her draft A vessel towing unable to deviate from her course
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, a vessel displaying the lights shown in illustration D052RR below. Which of the following describes this vessel? aground transferring dangerous cargo at anchor underway
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel, when anchored at night, is not required to show anchor lights? A power-driven vessel A vessel engaged in fishing A vessel engaged on pilotage duty A vessel engaged in survey operations
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning the danger signal? Distress signals may be used in place of the danger signal. When any vessel fails to understand the intentions of an approaching vessel she must sound the danger signal. Only the stand-on vessel can sound the danger signal. The danger signal consists of 4 or more short blasts of the whistle.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND All of the following vessels are "restricted in their ability to maneuver" EXCEPT a vessel __________. not under command mine clearing dredging laying a pipeline
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel must exhibit three white masthead lights in a vertical line? A vessel being towed A vessel not under command, at anchor A vessel whose tow exceeds 200 meters astern Any vessel towing astern
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND By definition which vessel is unable to keep out of the way of another vessel? Vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver Vessel engaged in fishing Vessel towing Sailing vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in fishing must display a light in the direction of any gear that extends outward more than 150 meters. The color of this light is __________. yellow green white red
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND According to the Rules, which vessel is NOT "restricted in her ability to maneuver"? A sailing vessel A vessel dredging A vessel servicing a navigation marker A vessel mine clearing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning a partly submerged vessel being towed? It will show red lights along its length. A diamond shape will be carried at the aftermost extremity of the tow. It must show a yellow light at each end. All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see a red sidelight bearing NW (315°). That vessel may be heading __________. west (270°) south (180°) east (090°) northeast (045°)
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are the stand-on vessel in a crossing situation. If you think the give-way vessel is NOT taking sufficient action to avoid collision, you should sound __________. one short blast and maintain course no signal and maneuver at will two short blasts, alter to port, and pass astern five short and rapid blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 22-meter sailing vessel when also being propelled by machinery shall show during daylight hours a __________. black ball basket black cone black diamond
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The whistle signal for a vessel operating astern propulsion is __________. one long blast one prolonged blast three short blasts four or more short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning a 75-meter power-driven vessel underway at night? She must exhibit an all-round white light at the stern. She must exhibit only a forward masthead light. She may exhibit a red light over a green light forward. She must exhibit forward and after masthead lights.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel is "underway" within the meaning of the Rules? A vessel tied to an offshore mooring buoy A vessel drifting with the engine stopped A vessel aground with the engine turning A vessel at anchor with the engine turning
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The NAVIGATION RULES define a "vessel not under command" as a vessel which __________. from the nature of her work is unable to keep out of the way of another vessel through some exceptional circumstance is unable to maneuver as required by the rules is moored, aground or anchored in a fairway by taking action contrary to the rules has created a special circumstance situation
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel is to be regarded as a vessel "restricted in her ability to maneuver"? A vessel engaged in mine clearing A vessel fishing with trawls A vessel with a draft of such depth that she cannot change her course A vessel which has lost the use of her steering gear
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, you see the display of lights shown in illustration D074RR below. These lights indicate which of the following? 12-meter fishing vessel sailing vessel vessel not under command 8-meter power-driven vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are the stand-on vessel in a crossing situation. If you think the give-way vessel is NOT taking sufficient action to avoid collision, you should sound __________. one short blast and maintain course no signal and maneuver at will the danger signal two short blasts, alter to port, and pass astern
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is a "vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver"? A deep-draft vessel that can only navigate in a dredged channel A vessel fishing with a bottom trawl that must remain on course A large tanker that is being towed as a dead ship to dry dock A vessel laying revetment mats to provide bank protection along a channel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel would display a cone, apex downward? A vessel being towed A vessel engaged in diving operations A fishing vessel with outlying gear A vessel proceeding under sail and machinery
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The word "vessel", in the Rules, includes __________. nondisplacement craft a barge permanently affixed to the shore a drilling unit attached to the Outer Continental Shelf All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND As defined in the Rules, the term "vessel" includes __________. seaplanes nondisplacement craft barges All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on a 15-meter vessel "A" in a narrow channel as shown in illustration D032RR below. Vessel "B", a large tanker which can safely navigate only within the channel, sounds five short and rapid blasts. What action should you take? maintain course and speed not impede the passage of vessel "B" not answer the whistle signal from vessel "B" sound one prolonged followed by two short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel must show forward and after masthead lights when making way? A 45-meter vessel engaged in towing A 150-meter vessel engaged in fishing A 100-meter sailing vessel A 75-meter vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on a vessel nearing a bend in the channel where, because of the height of the bank, you cannot see a vessel approaching from the opposite direction. You should sound __________. one short blast one prolonged blast five or more short blasts one long blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Under the Rules, the term "vessel" includes __________. non-self-propelled raft hovercrafts seaplanes All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A partly submerged vessel or object being towed, which is not readily noticeable, shall show __________. a black ball yellow lights at each end a diamond shape two red lights in a vertical line
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel transferring cargo while underway is classified by the Rules as a vessel __________. constrained by her draft not under command restricted in her ability to maneuver in special circumstances
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel will NOT show sidelights when __________. underway but not making way making way, not under command trolling underway not under command, not making way
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND There are two classes of vessels which do not have to comply with the rule regarding traffic separation schemes, to the extent necessary to carry out their work. One of those is a vessel __________. on pilotage duty engaged in fishing towing another servicing a navigational aid
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND For the purpose of the Rules, except where otherwise required, the term __________. "vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver" includes fishing vessels "vessel engaged in fishing" includes a vessel fishing with trolling lines "seaplane" includes nondisplacement craft "vessel" includes wing in ground craft
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The word "vessel", in the Rules, includes which of the following? wing in ground craft a drilling unit attached to the Outer Continental Shelf a barge permanently affixed to the shore All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When must a vessel display identification shapes? between sunset and sunrise during daylight hours in any visibility only between 8 AM and 4 PM during daylight hours in unrestricted visibility only
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on a vessel engaged in fishing, other than trawling, and have gear extending more than 150 meters horizontally from the vessel. Which of the shapes shown in illustration D016RR below must you show in the direction of the outlying gear? A B C D
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel, which is unable to maneuver due to some exceptional circumstance, shall exhibit __________. during the day, three balls in a vertical line when making way at night, masthead lights, sidelights, and a stern light during the day, three shapes, the highest and lowest being balls and the middle being a diamond when making way at night, two all-round red lights, sidelights, and a stern light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on a vessel heading due north and see the lights shown in illustration D051RR below, one point on your port bow. What direction could this vessel be heading in? SW NE SE NW
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is the minimum length of an anchored vessel which is required to show a white light both forward and aft? 150 meters 50 meters 100 meters 200 meters
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning the light used with whistle signals? Its purpose is to supplement short blasts of the whistle. The light shall have the same characteristics as a masthead light. Use of such a light is required. All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The tow shown in illustration D024RR below is greater than 200 meters in length and severely restricts the tow vessel's ability to deviate from her course. Which shape(s) would be displayed by day from the vessel(s)? diamond on the barges ball-diamond-ball on the towing vessel diamond on the towing vessel All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel would exhibit sidelights when underway and not making way? A pilot vessel A vessel engaged in dredging A vessel trawling A vessel not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In illustration D023RR below item "B" shows the arc of visibility of which of the following lights? red sidelight white masthead light green sidelight stern light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, which lights are required to be shown by a dredge on the side of the dredge which another vessel may pass? One red light Two red lights One white light Two green lights
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the shapes shown in illustration D016RR below indicates a vessel with a tow exceeding 200 meters in length? A B C D
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel may exhibit lights other than those prescribed by the Rules as long as the additional lights __________. have a lesser range of visibility than the prescribed lights do not impair the visibility or distinctive character of the prescribed lights are not the same color as either side light All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in mine clearing shows special identity lights __________. in addition to the lights required for a power-driven vessel which mean that other vessels should not approach within 1000 meters of the mineclearing vessel which are green and show all-round All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel may exhibit lights other than those prescribed by the Rules as long as the additional lights __________. do not impair the visibility or distinctive character of the prescribed lights cannot be mistaken for the lights specified elsewhere in the Rules do not interfere with the keeping of a proper look-out All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel is indicated by the day signal shown in illustration D022RR? A dredge indicating the side with the obstruction A tug with a tow exceeding 200 meters which limits her ability to maneuver A fishing vessel with gear extending more than 150 meters horizontally A vessel engaged in underwater operations with a diver down
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel, when anchored at night, would NOT be required to show anchor lights? A vessel on pilotage duty A vessel dredging A vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver A power-driven vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel is displaying ONLY the lights shown in illustration D053RR below. What type of vessel is this? power-driven vessel underway vessel under sail vessel engaged in fishing vessel engaged on pilotage duty underway
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 45-meter vessel is pulling a 210-meter tow. She may exhibit __________. three masthead lights aft and none forward two masthead lights forward and no after masthead light a masthead light forward, and two masthead lights in a vertical line aft three masthead lights forward and one aft
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A seagoing tug has a tow greater than 200 meters as shown in illustration D024RR below and is severely restricted in her ability to deviate from her course. Which lights would be displayed from the towing vessel? Three white masthead lights, red-white-red all-round lights, sidelights, stern light and a towing light Three white masthead lights, red-white-red all-round lights, sidelights and two towing lights Three white masthead lights, two all-round red lights, sidelights, stern light and a towing light None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel is displaying ONLY the lights shown in illustration D061RR below. What type of vessel is this? a pilot vessel at anchor fishing a fishing vessel aground fishing and hauling her nets
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following describes a vessel exhibiting the lights shown in illustration D056RR below? underway and carrying dangerous cargo towing a barge alongside underway and laying cable at anchor and dredging
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND By night, you sight the lights of a vessel engaged in underwater operations. If an obstruction exists on the port side of the vessel, it will be marked by __________. a floodlight a single red light any visible lights two red lights in a vertical line
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel is displaying ONLY the lights shown in illustration D045RR below. What type of vessel could this be? vessel engaged in fishing vessel aground less than 50 meters pilot vessel less than 50 meters, underway and NOT engaged on pilotage duty vessel engaged in dredging at anchor with an obstruction on one side
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel would be required to show a white light from a lantern exhibited in sufficient time to prevent collision? A 6-meter motorboat A small vessel fishing A 9-meter sailing vessel A rowboat
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A self-propelled dredge not engaged in dredging but proceeding to a dredging location at night would __________. be required to show the lights of a power-driven vessel underway be required to show the lights of a stationary dredge be required to show the lights characteristic of a dredge not be required to show any lights
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the shapes shown in illustration D016RR below must you show when at anchor? A B C D
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel with a 150-meter stern tow shall display __________. a red light over a white light at the masthead three masthead lights in a vertical line two towing lights in a vertical line a towing light above the stern light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A pilot vessel on pilotage duty at night will show sidelights and a stern light __________. at any time when underway when at anchor only when making way only when the identifying lights are not being shown
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Signals required for vessels aground include __________. by day, three black balls in a vertical line by night, the anchor lights for a vessel of her length, and three red lights in a vertical line a short, a prolonged, and a short blast All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see ONLY the light shown in illustration D080RR below. This could be which of the following vessels? under oars not under command towing engaged in fishing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A lantern combining the two sidelights and stern light may be shown on a __________. 25-meter power-driven vessel engaged in trolling 20-meter vessel engaged in fishing and making way 25-meter pilot vessel 10-meter sailing vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which light(s) is(are) AMONG those shown by a 200-meter vessel at anchor? In the forepart of the vessel, a 225° white light Any available working lights to illuminate the decks In the fore part of the vessel, a 135° white light In the after part of the vessel, a 135° white light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel not under command shall display __________. two red lights at night and two black balls during daylight three red lights at night and three black balls during daylight three red lights at night and two black balls during daylight two red lights at night and three black balls during daylight
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND An anchored vessel on pilotage duty must show which light(s) at night? A white light over a red light and anchor lights A white light over a red light only Anchor lights only A stern light only
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway at night and you sight the lights shown in illustration D047RR below. You know these lights indicate which of the following? dredge at work sailing vessel trawler dragging nets fishing vessel engaged in fishing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night you sight a vessel displaying one green light. What is indicated by this light configuration? sailboat underway vessel drifting vessel at anchor small motorboat underway
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If you anchor your 25-meter vessel in a harbor, what light(s) must you show? One all-round red light Two all-round white lights All the deck house lights One all-round white light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel displaying the shape shown in illustration D013RR below is doing which of the following? towing anchored fishing being towed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessels shall turn off their sidelights? All fishing vessels that are not making way All sailing vessels which are becalmed All vessels that are not under command All vessels engaged in underwater operations
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Barges being towed at night must exhibit navigation lights __________. only if towed astern Need not be lighted only if manned at all times
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A pilot vessel on pilotage duty shall show identity lights __________. while at anchor while alongside a vessel at any time while underway All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel fishing should display which of the day signals shown in illustration D001RR below? A B C D
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A" is overtaking vessel "B" as shown in illustration D017RR below, and will pass without changing course. Vessel "B" is an air-cushion vessel operating in the nondisplacement mode. Which light will vessel "A" observe from vessel "B"? flashing red light flashing yellow light Green light flashing white light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following describes a vessel displaying the shapes shown in illustration D011RR below? towing conducting underwater operations aground drifting
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What light(s), if any, would you show at night if your vessel was broken down and being towed astern by another vessel? Same lights as for a power-driven vessel underway None A white light forward and a white light aft The colored sidelights and a white stern light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel aground would show the same shape to signify her condition as which vessel? dredge underway and dredging hydrographic survey vessel at anchor and surveying vessel towing a submerged object None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The lights displayed in illustration D044RR below would be shown by a vessel described by which of the following? laying or picking up navigation marks aground not under command and is making way not under command and is dead in the water
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which shape must be shown by a vessel 25 meters in length aground during daylight hours? One black ball Two black balls Three black balls Four black balls
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning lights and shapes for towing vessels? If a tow exceeds 200 meters in length, the towing vessel will display a black ball during daylight. When towing astern, a vessel will carry her identification lights at the masthead in addition to her regular masthead light. If the towing vessel is over 50 meters in length, she must carry forward and after masthead lights. When towing astern, the towing vessel may show either a stern light or a towing light, but not both.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel towing is showing three forward white masthead lights in a vertical line. This means that the length of the __________. tow is less than 200 meters towing vessel is less than 50 meters tow is greater than 200 meters towing vessel is greater than 50 meters
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What shape is to be shown by a vessel aground? Three black balls in a vertical line A cylinder Two black balls in a vertical line Two cones with their apexes together
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A white masthead light shows through an arc of how many degrees? 90° 112.5° 225° 360°
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel aground at night is required to show two red lights in a vertical line as well as __________. sidelights and a stern light anchor lights not under command lights restricted in her ability to maneuver lights
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What shape will a vessel 30 meters in length aground display? two black balls in a vertical line a cylinder one black ball three black balls in a vertical line
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What shape would a vessel at anchor show during daylight? One black ball Two black balls Three black balls No signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel displaying the shape shown in illustration D010RR below is which of the following? has a tow that exceeds 200 meters in length has a tow that is carrying dangerous cargo is at anchor is not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Lighting requirements in inland waters are different from those in international waters for __________. vessels pushing ahead barges being pushed ahead vessels being towed alongside All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, a vessel which is less than 7 meters in length and anchored in an area where other vessels do not normally navigate is __________. not required to show any anchor lights required to show sidelights and a stern light required to show one white light required to show a flare-up light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The lights shown in illustration D058RR below represent which of the following? fishing vessel at anchor power-driven vessel of less than 50 meters in length vessel being towed sailboat
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night a vessel displaying the lights shown in illustration D065RR is doing which of the following? fishing being towed drifting anchored
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND An anchor ball need NOT be exhibited by an anchored vessel if she is __________. under 50 meters in length, and anchored in an anchorage rigged for sail over 150 meters in length less than 7 meters in length, and not in or near an area where other vessels normally navigate
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel shows the same lights as a __________. sailing vessel vessel engaged in towing, when not underway pushing vessel and a vessel being pushed, when they are rigidly connected in a composite unit vessel towing astern
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning a vessel of 150 meters in length, at anchor? She must show all-round white lights forward and aft. She may show an all-round white light where it can best be seen. The showing of working lights is optional. None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning a vessel of 75 meters in length, at anchor? She must show an all-round white light forward. She may use her working lights to illuminate her decks. She must show a second all-round white light aft. All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on a 25-meter vessel at anchor. What lights are you required to show? one all-round white light and the sidelights two all-round white lights one all-round white light the sidelights and a stern light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which lights shall a 200-meter vessel exhibit when at anchor? In the after part of the vessel, a 112.5-degree white light Working lights to illuminate the decks In the forepart of the vessel, a 225-degree white light In the forepart of the vessel, a 112.5-degree white light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the shapes shown in illustration D016RR below would you show on the after end of an inconspicuous partially submerged vessel or object being towed over 200 meters in length? A B C No day-shape would be shown.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel at anchor shall display, between sunrise and sunset, on the forward part of the vessel where it can best be seen __________. two orange and white balls one red ball two black balls one black ball
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, a broken down vessel being towed would show the same lights as __________. the towing vessel a power-driven vessel underway a barge a vessel at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When anchoring a 20-meter vessel at night, you must show __________. one all-round white light one all-round white light and a flare up light one all-round white light and the stern light two all-round white lights
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What lights must be shown on a barge being towed astern at night? A white light fore and aft Sidelights and a stern light A white light at each corner A stern light only
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Working lights shall be used to illuminate the decks of a vessel __________. not under command over 100 meters at anchor constrained by her draft All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel at anchor will show a __________. cylinder double cone, apexes together ball cone
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel which is fishing must show sidelights and a stern light only when __________. dead in the water anchored underway underway and making way
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which power-driven vessel is NOT required to carry a light in the position of the after masthead light? Any vessel constrained by her draft A vessel of 60 meters in length towing astern A vessel of 45 meters in length trolling A pushing vessel and a vessel being pushed, in a composite unit and 100 meters in length
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In illustration D023RR below which represents the arc of visibility of a red sidelight? A B C D
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The tow shown in illustration D024RR below is made up of inconspicuous, partly submerged vessels and is 150 meters in length. The towed vessels are less than 25 meters in breadth and less than 100 meters in length. Which lights would be displayed from the towed vessels? One all round white light at each end and one all round white light at the extremities of its breadth of each vessel towed One all round white light at or near each end of each vessel towed Sidelights and stern light on each vessel towed One all round white light at the after end of each vessel towed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel is towing and carrying the required lights on the masthead. What is the visibility arc of these lights? 112.5° 135.0° 225.0° 360.0°
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The white masthead light required for a power-driven vessel under the Rules is visible over how many degrees of the horizon? 360.0° 112.5° 225.0° 022.5°
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In illustration D023RR below which item shows the arc of visibility of a green sidelight? A B C D
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The arc of visibility for sidelights is from right ahead to __________. 135° abaft the beam 22.5° forward of the beam 22.5° abaft the beam abeam
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A "flashing light" is a light that __________. flashes at regular intervals at a frequency of 120 flashes or more per minute is yellow in color is visible over an arc of the horizon of not less than 180° nor more than 225° All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway at night you are coming up on a vessel from astern. What lights would you expect to see? Red and green sidelights Two white lights One white light One white light and red and green sidelights
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are towing two barges astern. The length of the tow from the stern of the tug to the stern of the last barge is 150 meters. How many white towing identification lights should be displayed on the tugboat at night? 1 2 3 4
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A "flashing light", by the definition given in the rules, is a light that __________. is visible over an arc of the horizon of 360° flashes at regular intervals at a frequency of 120 flashes or more per minute is red in color All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A towing light __________. flashes at regular intervals of 50-70 flashes per minute is yellow in color shows an unbroken light over an arc of the horizon of not less than 180° nor more than 225° All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The towing light is a(n) __________. flashing amber light yellow light with the same characteristics as the masthead light yellow light with the same characteristics as the stern light all-round yellow light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A towing light, according to the Rules, is a__________. yellow light white light blue light red light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel towing astern shall show__________. a small white light in lieu of the stern light two towing lights in addition to the stern light two towing lights in a vertical line a towing light in a vertical line above the stern light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND As defined in the Rules, a towing light is a yellow light having the same characteristics as a(n) __________. all-round light sidelight stern light masthead light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are heading due east (090°) and observe a vessel's red sidelight on your port beam. The vessel may be heading __________. southwest (225°) southeast (135°) northwest (315°) north (000°)
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see a red sidelight bearing NW (315°). That vessel may be heading __________. east (090°) west (270°) southwest (225°) northwest (315°)
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 20-meter sailing vessel underway must exhibit a __________. combined lantern red light over a green light at the masthead stern light All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning a vessel under oars? She must show a flashing all-round white light. She must show a stern light. She is allowed to show the same lights as a sailing vessel. She must show a day shape of a black cone.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel may show identifying lights when not actually engaged in her occupation? A fishing vessel A pilot vessel A mineclearance vessel None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel fishing at night, with gear extending more than 150 meters horizontally outwards, will show in the direction of the gear __________. one yellow light one white light two vertical yellow lights two vertical white lights
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A" is overtaking vessel "B" as shown in illustration D017RR below. Vessel "B" is an air-cushion vessel operating in the nondisplacement mode. In addition to a steady white light which other light will vessel "A" observe on vessel "B"? Flashing yellow light Flashing red light Flashing white light Steady green light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE of a 30-meter sailing vessel underway? If she is using propelling machinery, she shall show forward a shape consisting of two cones, apexes together. She may show an all-round white light at the top of the mast. She must show sidelights and a stern light in restricted visibility. She need not show a stern light if she is showing all-round lights on the mast.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A" is overtaking vessel "B" as shown in illustration D017RR below. Which color light will vessel "A" observe on vessel "B"? White Green Yellow over yellow Flashing red
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on watch and sight a vessel showing only the lights in illustration D059RR below. What type of vessel do these lights represent? vessel engage in trawling mineclearance vessel sailing vessel power-driven vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND An all-round flashing yellow light may be exhibited by a(n) __________. air cushion vessel in the nondisplacement mode vessel towing a submerged object vessel engaged in diving operations vessel not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on a vessel heading due north and see the lights shown in illustration D051RR below one point on your port bow. This vessel could be heading in what direction? SE NE SW NW
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND An all-round flashing yellow light may be exhibited by a(n) __________. air cushion vessel vessel not under command vessel laying cable vessel towing a submerged object
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on a vessel heading due south and see the lights shown in illustration D051RR below one point on the port bow. What direction could this vessel be heading in? SE NE SW NW
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see the display of lights shown in illustration D071RR below. What do these lights indicate? a vessel trawling a vessel approaching head-on a vessel fishing with nets extending more than 150 meters a vessel dredging
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on a vessel and see ahead the lights shown in illustration D059RR below. These lights indicate which of the following? vessel being overtaken vessel crossing from your port vessel meeting head-on vessel crossing from your starboard
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The maximum length of a power-driven vessel which may show an all-round white light and sidelights instead of a masthead light, sidelights and a stern light is __________. 6.9 meters 9.9 meters 11.9 meters 19.9 meters
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel being towed astern shall show at night__________. only the required masthead lights sidelights and a stern light a stern light only the lights required for a power-driven vessel underway
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see the display of lights shown in illustration D064RR below. These lights could indicate which of the following? range marking a channel beneath a drawbridge tug unable to maneuver as required by the Rules 40-meter tug with tow exceeding 200 meters 60-meter tug pushing a barge ahead
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following describes a vessel at night displaying the lights shown in illustration D082RR below? fishing sailing trawling a pilot boat
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, a vessel displaying the lights shown in illustration D052RR below is doing which of the following? underway towing a submerged object engaged in dredging pushing ahead
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, a power-driven vessel less than 12meters in length may, instead of the normal navigation lights, show sidelights and one __________. white light yellow light flashing white light flashing yellow light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, if you see a vessel ahead displaying the lights shown in illustration D070RR below, what action should you take? stay clear as the vessel is transferring dangerous cargo stay clear as the vessel is fishing change course to the right as the vessel is crossing your bow provide assistance as the vessel is in distress
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The minimum length of a power-driven vessel that must show forward and after masthead lights is __________. 30 meters 75 meters 100 meters 50 meters
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel would exhibit sidelights when underway and not making way? A vessel not under command A power-driven vessel A vessel engaged in dredging A vessel engaged in fishing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What light configuration may a sailing vessel underway exhibit? a green light over a red light at the masthead a red light over a green light at the masthead two white lights in a vertical line at the stern a special flashing light at the bow
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are the stand-on vessel in an overtaking situation. The other vessel is showing a flashing red light. What action should you take? Give-way Alter course to assist Heave to Stand on
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on watch and sight a vessel showing a high intensity all-round flashing red light. The light indicates a __________. fishing vessel trolling vessel dredging WIG craft when taking off and landing vessel laying submarine cable
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel, which does not normally engage in towing operations, is towing a vessel in distress. Which of the following statements is TRUE? may show the lights for a vessel not under command must show a yellow light above the stern light need not show the lights for a vessel engaged in towing, if it is impractical to do so must show the lights for a vessel towing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see the lights shown in illustration D077RR below. This could be which of the following? A vessel towing barges astern A vessel pushing barges ahead A pipeline A stationary dredge
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Two barges are being pushed ahead by a tugboat. Which statement is TRUE concerning lights on the barges? Each vessel should show sidelights. The barges should be lighted as one vessel. Each vessel should show at least one white light. The barges should be lighted as separate units.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are overtaking a vessel at night and you see a yellow light showing above the stern light of the overtaken vessel. The overtaken vessel is __________. towing astern a pilot vessel pushing ahead or towing alongside underway and dredging
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The tow shown in illustration D024RR below is less than 200 meters in length and severely restricted in her ability to deviate from her course. Which shape(s) would be displayed by day from the vessel(s)? diamond on the last barge ball-diamond-ball on the towing vessel diamond on the towing vessel All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel displaying the lights shown in illustration D060RR below is which of the following? broken down being towed towing fishing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel would exhibit sidelights when underway and not making way? A vessel engaged in dredging operations A vessel trawling A vessel towing astern A vessel not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel that is not equipped with towing lights should show that it has a vessel in tow by __________. shining a searchlight on the towline of the towed vessel continuously sounding its horn sounding one prolonged followed by two short blasts at intervals of not more than two minutes None of the above; a vessel shall not engage in towing at night without proper navigation lights
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What shape must be shown on a partly submerged vessel which is being towed? A cone Two black balls in a vertical line One black ball A diamond
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on a 30-meter fishing vessel. Which of the shapes shown in illustration D016RR below must you show while engaged in fishing? A B C D
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel MUST show two masthead lights in a vertical line? A power-driven vessel less than 50 meters in length with a 20-meter tow A sailing vessel towing a small vessel astern A vessel not under command A vessel engaged in dredging
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power driven vessel when towing and the length of the tow exceeds 200 meters shall exhibit during daylight hours where they can best be seen which of the following shapes? two cones, apexes together a diamond shape a black ball one cone, apex upward
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A tug boat displaying the shape shown in illustration D010RR below is which of the following? has a tow that is carrying dangerous cargo is at anchor has a tow that exceeds 200 meters in length is not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel displaying the lights shown in illustration D079RR below could be which of the following? vessel not under command law enforcement vessel vessel constrained by her draft vessel towing astern
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The vessel showing the shape in illustration D022RR below is which of the following? A tug with a tow exceeding 200 meters unable to deviate from course A fishing vessel with gear extending more than 150 meters horizontally A trawler shooting nets in the direction indicated A vessel engaged in mine clearance operations
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A towing vessel 35 meters in length, with a tow 100 meters astern, must show a minimum of how many masthead lights? 1 2 3 4
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What shape should a vessel being towed exhibit if the tow EXCEEDS 200 meters? One diamond Two balls One ball Two diamonds
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel towing a barge astern would show, at the stern __________. a towing light above the stern light two white lights in a vertical line only a stern light two towing lights in a vertical line
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel must show a towing light above the stern light? A vessel towing alongside A vessel with a 150-meter tow astern A vessel pushing three barges ahead None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are approaching another vessel at night. You can see both red and green sidelights and, above the level of the sidelights, three white lights in a vertical line. The vessel may be __________. towing a tow more than 200 meters astern not under command underway and dredging trawling
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which display of lights shown in illustration D072RR below indicates a 65-meter tug towing a barge astern, length of tow 120 meters? A B C D
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The tug shown in illustration D024RR below is greater than 50 meters and severely restricted in her ability to deviate from her course. Which lights would be displayed from the towing vessel? Three white masthead lights, red-white-red all round lights, sidelights and two towing lights Two white masthead lights, red-white-red all round lights, sidelights, stern light and a towing light Three white masthead lights, two all round red lights, sidelights, stern light and a towing light None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel showing a yellow light over a white light at night is a vessel __________. engaged in piloting towing astern engaged in fishing in distress
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see the display of lights shown in illustration D064RR below. This could indicate which of the following? 55-meter tug towing astern, length of tow exceeds 200 meters dredge restricted in its ability to maneuver dredge working at anchor 65-meter tug towing astern, length of tow 150 meters
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel displaying the lights shown in illustration D063RR below is which of the following? underway and more than 50 meters in length not under command fishing towing astern
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A towing vessel is towing two barges astern. The length of the tow from the stern of the tug to the stern of the last barge is 250 meters. The towing vessel is 45 meters in length. How many white masthead lights should be displayed on the tugboat at night? 1 2 3 4
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, you are towing a partly submerged vessel, 20 meters in length and 4 meters in breadth. What lights must you display on the towed vessel? A white light at the forward end and a white light at the after end Two white lights side by side at the stern Two red lights in a vertical line at the after end A white light at the stern
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND An inconspicuous, partly submerged vessel or object being towed, where the length of tow is 100 meters, shall show __________. a black ball two red lights in a vertical line a diamond shape yellow lights at each end
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel towing another vessel astern (tow less than 200 meters) shall show __________. two masthead lights in a vertical line instead of either the forward or after masthead lights three masthead lights in a vertical line instead of either the forward or after masthead lights two towing lights in a vertical line at the stern a small white light abaft the funnel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Lighting requirements in inland waters are different from those for international waters for __________. vessels pushing ahead barges being towed astern vessels not under command All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel exhibits the same lights as a __________. vessel towing astern vessel towing, when not underway sailing vessel pushing vessel and a vessel being pushed, when they are in a composite unit
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND During the day, a vessel with a tow over 200 meters in length will show __________. a diamond shape two cones, apexes together a black ball one cone, apex upward
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The display of lights shown in illustration D048RR below could represent which of the following? sailing vessel tug and a barge being towed astern a vessel not under command a submarine on the surface
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A towing vessel 30 meters in length is pushing barges ahead. How many white masthead lights is the vessel REQUIRED to show at night? One Two Three Four
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel towed astern shall show __________. masthead lights sidelights a special flashing light All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 20-meter vessel is towing another vessel astern. The length of the tow from the stern of the towing vessel to the stern of the tow is 75 meters. How many white towing masthead lights shall the towing vessel show at night? 1 2 3 4
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In addition to sidelights what light should a vessel being towed astern show? Range lights A stern light A masthead light Not under command lights
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What lights, if any, would you exhibit at night if your vessel were broken down and being towed by another vessel? None Same lights as for a power-driven vessel underway The colored sidelights and a white stern light A white light forward and a white light aft
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel being towed at night must show __________. a white all-round light, only forward and after masthead lights sidelights and a stern light a flashing yellow light, only
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel or object being towed astern shall display a(n) __________. after masthead light forward masthead light stern light All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Barges being towed at night __________. need not be lighted must be lighted only if manned must be lighted only if towed astern must be lighted at all times
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE when you are towing more than one barge astern at night? Only the first and last barges in the tow must be lighted. All barges, except unmanned barges, must be lighted. All barges in the tow must be lighted. Only the last barge in the tow must be lighted.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When towing more than one barge astern at night __________. only the last barge on the tow must be lighted only manned barges must be lighted each barge in the tow must be lighted only the first and the last barges in the tow must be lighted
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your tug is underway at night and NOT towing. What light(s) should your vessel show aft to other vessels coming up from astern? One white light and one yellow light One white light One white light and two yellow lights Two white lights
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A sailing vessel displaying the shape shown in illustration D035RR is indicating that she is which of the following? close-hauled and has difficulty maneuvering on a starboard tack fishing as well as sailing being propelled by power as well as sail
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 30-meter tug is underway and NOT towing. At night, this vessel must show sidelights and __________. a stern light ONLY two masthead lights and a stern light three masthead lights and a stern light one masthead light and a stern light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Underway at night, a vessel displaying the lights shown in illustration D062RR below is which of the following? under sail mine sweeping a pilot boat engaged in fishing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What shape shall a vessel 15 meters in length, proceeding under sail as well as being propelled by machinery, exhibit? one black ball a cone with its apex downward a basket two cones with their apexes together
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, you see a vessel displaying the light shown in illustration D046RR below. This could be which of the following? a pilot boat making way fishing and anchored sailing fishing and making way
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night you sight a vessel displaying a single green light. This is a __________. vessel drifting small motorboat underway vessel at anchor sailing vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A lantern combining the sidelights and stern light MAY be shown on a __________. sailing vessel of 25 meters in length 25-meter power-driven vessel engaged in trolling 6-meter vessel under oars 20-meter vessel engaged in fishing and making way
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A sailing vessel of over 20 meters in length underway must show a __________. white masthead light red light over a green light at the masthead stern light combined lantern
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A sailing vessel is NOT allowed to show the all-round red over green lights on the mast if __________. her sidelights and stern light are combined in one lantern and shown on the mast her sidelights are combined and shown on the fore and aft centerline of the vessel she is showing sidelights she is showing a stern light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel must exhibit a conical shape, apex downwards? A 15-meter vessel proceeding under sail when also being propelled by machinery A 20-meter vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver A 10-meter vessel engaged in fishing All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In the daytime, you see a large sailing vessel on the beam. You know that she is also propelled by machinery if she shows which shape? a black cone two black cones a basket a black ball
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If a rowboat underway does NOT show the lights specified for a sailing vessel underway, it shall show which of the following? white light exhibited in sufficient time to prevent collision all-round yellow light from sunset to sunrise combined lantern showing green to starboard and red to port and shown from sunset to sunrise combined lantern showing green to starboard and red to port and shown in sufficient time to prevent collision
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on a sailing vessel. While under sail you decide to use your engine to assist in propulsion. Which of the day signals shown in illustration D016RR below would you display? D C B None of these day signals are correct.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel may carry her sidelights and stern light in one combined lantern? a 15-meter sail vessel propelled by machinery a 25-meter power-driven vessel trolling a 20-meter vessel engaged in fishing and making way a 15-meter sailing vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your 18-meter vessel is under sail at night displaying sidelights, stern light, and a red light over a green light at the masthead. If you start the auxiliary engine and engage the propeller, you must_______. turn off the red over green, turn on the white masthead light display a white light in sufficient time to prevent collision turn your stern light off show two green lights instead of a red and green at the masthead
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your 18-meter vessel is propelled by sail and power. What action is required when the engine is stopped? Display a black cylindrical shape at the masthead. Remove the black cone shape from forward. Remove the black balls (one at the masthead and one on each spreader). Display a black diamond shape forward.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What shape must be shown by a vessel over 20 meters fishing which has gear extending more than 150 meters horizontally outward from it? One diamond shape One cone with its apex upwards One black ball One basket
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel displaying the shape shown in illustration D034RR below is doing which of the following? being towed anchored fishing towing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which shape(s) would be displayed by the vessel engaged in the operation indicated by the lights shown in illustration D082RR below? two cones with apexes together a ball, a diamond and another ball a diamond a cylinder
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following describes a vessel showing the shape in illustration D034RR below? is not under command has a tow which exceeds 200 meters in length is fishing is engaged in surveying or underwater work
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel displaying the lights shown in illustration D070RR below is which of the following? motorboat fishing vessel pilot boat sailboat
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel shall NOT show her sidelights? A fishing vessel that is not making way A vessel engaged in underwater operations A sailing vessel which is becalmed A vessel that is not under command making way
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel may exhibit identifying lights when not actually engaged in her occupation? A tug A fishing vessel A trawler None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in fishing, and at anchor, should exhibit __________. an anchor light sidelights and stern light three lights in a vertical line, the highest and lowest being red, and the middle being white None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel which is fishing is required to show sidelights and a stern light only when __________. dead in the water anchored underway and making way underway
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in fishing during the day would show __________. one black ball two cones, apexes together a cone, apex downward two cones with bases together
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel must show an after masthead light, if over 50 meters in length? A vessel not under command A vessel trawling A vessel at anchor A vessel engaged in fishing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on a 30-meter trawler. Which identification shape shown in illustration D016RR below must you show while trawling? A B C None of these day signals are correct.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel trawling will display a __________. green light over a white light white light over a green light yellow light over a red light red light over a white light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A fishing vessel displaying the lights shown in illustration D067RR below is doing which of the following? anchored underway but not fishing fishing by trawling tending a small fishing boat
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 60-meter vessel which is trawling is required to show which of the following? a red light over a white light in a vertical line at night. one masthead light at night. a conical shape, apex downwards during the day. two masthead lights at night.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, the lights shown in illustration D076RR would indicate a vessel engaged in which of the following operations? dredging trawling towing astern laying submarine cable
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following describes a vessel which is underway at night and displaying the lights shown in illustration D069RR below? engaged in trawling under sail a pilot boat minesweeping
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in trawling will show identification lights of __________. a white light over a red light a green light over a white light a red light over a white light two red lights in a vertical line
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What type of vessel or operation is indicated by a vessel showing two cones with the apexes together? Sailing vessel Mine clearing Dredge Vessel trawling
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 25-meter vessel trawling will show which shape(s)? a basket a cone, apex downward two balls two cones, apexes together
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which signal may at some time be exhibited by a vessel trawling? A white light over a red light in a vertical line Two white lights in a vertical line Two red lights in a vertical line All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following describes a vessel displaying the shapes shown in illustration D007RR below? a minesweeper transferring dangerous cargo fishing broken down
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel which is unable to maneuver due to some exceptional circumstance, shall show two red lights in a vertical line and __________. during the day, three shapes, the highest and lowest being balls and the middle being a diamond when making way at night, masthead lights, sidelights, and a stern light when making way at night, sidelights and a stern light during the day, three balls in a vertical line
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following describes a vessel exhibiting the lights shown in illustration D049RR below? on pilotage duty engaged in fishing restricted in her ability to maneuver not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following describes a vessel exhibiting the lights shown in illustration D084RR below? not under command showing improper lights towing dredging
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following describes a vessel exhibiting the lights shown in illustration D083RR below? being towed fishing towing not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel not under command making way at night would show __________. anchor lights and sidelights two all-round red lights in a vertical line, sidelights, and a stern light two all-round white lights in a vertical line, sidelights and a stern light two all-round red lights in a vertical line
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel "not under command" at night must show her sidelights when __________. making headway moored to a buoy making no headway at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel not under command, underway but not making way, would show __________. two all-round red lights in a vertical line sidelights a stern light All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel showing a rigid replica of the International Code flag "A" is engaged in __________. mineclearance operations fishing diving operations dredging
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel is carrying three lights in a vertical line. The highest and lowest of these are red and the middle light is white. Which statement is always TRUE? Her fog signal would consist of a rapid ringing of a bell for five seconds every minute. If at anchor, she need not show anchor lights while displaying identifying lights. During the day, she would display three balls in a vertical line. If making way, she would show masthead lights at night.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following describes a vessel displaying the lights shown in illustration D057RR below? a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver and not making way a vessel engaged in fishing and not making way a vessel towing and making way a pilot vessel underway and making way on pilotage duty
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see a vessel displaying the day signal shown in illustration D006RR below. The vessel may be which of the following? not under command fishing with trawls laying cable aground
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are approaching a vessel dredging during the day and see two balls in a vertical line on the port side of the dredge. These shapes mean that __________. the dredge is moored the dredge is not under command you should pass on the port side of the dredge there is an obstruction on the port side of the dredge
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel may show three lights in a vertical line, the top and bottom being red and the middle being white? A vessel trawling A vessel engaged in diving operations A pilot vessel All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND By day, you sight a vessel displaying three shapes in a vertical line. The top and bottom shapes are balls, and the middle shape is a diamond. It could be a __________. vessel trolling vessel engaged in replenishment at sea trawler mine clearing vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND During the day, a vessel picking up a submarine cable shall carry __________. two black balls three shapes; the highest and lowest shall be black balls, and the middle shall be a red diamond three shapes; the highest and lowest shall be black balls and the middle shall be a black diamond three shapes, the highest and lowest shall be red balls, and the middle shall be a white diamond
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see a vessel displaying three lights in a vertical line. The highest and lowest lights are red and the middle light is white. She is also showing a white light at the stern, which is lower than the forward light. It could be a __________. vessel aground survey vessel vessel not under command pilot vessel with port side to you
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel would show 3 shapes in a vertical line, the highest and lowest being balls and the middle shape being a diamond? Vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver Vessel minesweeping Vessel not under command Vessel constrained by her draft
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which lights would be shown at night by a vessel which is restricted in her ability to deviate from her course? Three lights in a vertical line, the highest and lowest red and the middle white Three lights in a vertical line, the highest and lowest white and the middle red Three white lights in a vertical line Three red lights in a vertical line
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway, you see a vessel displaying the shapes shown in illustration D006RR below. Which action should you take? Maintain course and speed Stop your vessel and sound passing signals Provide assistance, the other vessel is in distress Stay clear, the other vessel is maneuvering with difficulty
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning a towing vessel which, due to the nature of her work, is unable to keep out of the way of another vessel? By night, she would show the same lights as a vessel not under command. By day, she shall carry a black cylinder shape. By day, she would show the same shapes as a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver. By day, she shall carry two black balls in a vertical line.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which lights are shown by a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver to indicate that the vessel is making way? Sidelights only Masthead lights and sidelights only Masthead lights, sidelights and stern light Sidelights and stern light only
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver shall __________. show a day-shape of two diamonds in a vertical line keep out of the way of a vessel engaged in fishing turn off her sidelights when not making way when operating in restricted visibility, sound a whistle signal of two prolonged and one short blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel must exhibit forward and after white masthead lights when making way? A 150-meter vessel engaged in fishing A 75-meter vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver A 45-meter vessel engaged in towing A 100-meter sailing vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following describes a vessel exhibiting the day-shapes shown in illustration D018RR below? carrying dangerous cargo not under command towing astern with a tow greater than 200 meters in length Dredging with an existing obstruction
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A rigid replica of the International Code flag "A" may be shown by a vessel __________. pulling a submarine cable engaged in diving operations engaged in underway replenishment transferring explosives
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following describes a vessel exhibiting the lights shown in illustration D056RR below? transferring dangerous cargo at a berth restricted in her ability to maneuver, underway but not making way dredging while underway fishing at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel towing astern in an operation which severely restricts the towing vessel and her tow in their ability to change course shall, when making way, exhibit __________. sidelights, stern light and towing light the lights for a vessel restricted in its ability to maneuver the masthead lights for a towing vessel All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel towing astern in an operation which severely restricts the towing vessel and her tow in their ability to deviate from their course shall, when making way, show __________. sidelights, stern light and towing light the lights for a vessel restricted in its ability to maneuver the masthead lights for a towing vessel All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel towing where the tow prevents her from changing course shall carry __________. only the lights for a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver only the lights for a vessel towing the lights for a towing vessel and the lights for a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver the lights for a towing vessel and the lights for a vessel not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel which displays the day signal shown in illustration D006RR below may be engaged in which of the following? submarine cable laying fishing pilotage duty mineclearance
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The lights shown in illustration D068RR mean that another vessel should pass within what distance? 2000 meters 500 meters 1500 meters 1000 meters
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in mineclearance operations shows special identity lights __________. which means that other vessels should not approach closer than 500 meters on either side of the vessel that are green and show through an arc of the horizon of 225° in addition to the lights required for a power-driven vessel All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel conducting mine clearing operations will show __________. two balls in a vertical line one diamond near the foremast head and one ball at each fore yard three balls in a vertical line one ball near the foremast and one ball at each fore yard
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The duration of a prolonged blast of the whistle is __________. 8 to 10 seconds 6 to 8 seconds 2 to 4 seconds 4 to 6 seconds
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is the duration of each blast of the whistle signals used in meeting and crossing situations? 4 to 6 seconds 8 to 10 seconds 2 or 4 seconds about 1 second
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is the duration of a "short blast" on the whistle? 8 to 12 seconds 12 to 15 seconds 1 second 4 to 6 seconds
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The term "prolonged blast" means a blast of __________. eight to ten seconds duration four to six seconds duration two to four seconds duration six to eight seconds duration
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Each prolonged blast on whistle signals used by a power-driven vessel in fog, whether making way or underway but not making way, is __________. four to six seconds eight to ten seconds about one second two to four seconds
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What equipment for fog signals is required for a vessel 20 meters in length? Whistle, bell, and gong Whistle and bell only Bell only Whistle only
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is the minimum sound signaling equipment required aboard a vessel 24 meters in length? Any means of making an efficient sound signal A whistle only A bell and a whistle A bell only
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel 25 meters in length must have which sound signaling appliance onboard? Whistle, bell, and gong Whistle and bell only None is required Whistle only
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel must have a gong, or other equipment which will make the sound of a gong? Any vessel over 50 meters A power-driven vessel over 75 meters A sailing vessel Any vessel over 100 meters
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What equipment for fog signals is required for a vessel 13 meters in length? Whistle, bell, and gong Bell only Whistle only Whistle and bell only
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What equipment for fog signals is required for a vessel 15 meters in length? Bell only Whistle and bell only Whistle only Whistle, bell, and gong
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Two power-driven vessels are crossing as shown in illustration D042RR below. Vessel "A" sounds two short blasts on the whistle. You are on vessel "B" and are in doubt that sufficient action is being taken by vessel "A" to avoid collision. What action should you take? alter course to the left and increase speed maintain course and speed sound five or more short and rapid blasts None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning the danger signal? Indicates that the vessel is in distress Is used to indicate a course change May be sounded by the stand-on vessel only May be supplemented by an appropriate light signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear a vessel ahead sound two prolonged blasts on the whistle. You should __________. sound whistle signals only if you change course sound only fog signals until the other vessel is sighted not sound any whistle signals until the other vessel is sighted sound two blasts and change course to the left
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning the light used with whistle signals? Use of such a light is required. The light shall have the same characteristics as a masthead light. It is only used to supplement short blasts of the whistle. All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Two power-driven vessels are crossing as shown in illustration D042RR below. Vessel "A" sounds one short blast on the whistle. You are on vessel "B" and doubt that sufficient action is being taken by vessel "A". What action should you take? sound at least five short and rapid blasts alter course to the right or slow down maintain course and speed sound one short blast and maintain course and speed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel may sound the danger signal? Either vessel in a meeting situation A vessel at anchor The give-way vessel in a crossing situation All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are approaching a bend in a channel. You cannot see around the bend because of the height of the bank. You should __________. sound a whistle blast of 4 to 6 seconds duration sound passing signals to any other vessel that may be on the other side of the bend stop engines and navigate with caution stay in the middle of the channel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Two power-driven vessels are crossing as shown in illustration D042RR below. Vessel "A" sounds three short blasts on the whistle. What is the meaning of this signal? vessel "A" intends to hold course and speed vessel "A" proposes to cross ahead of the other vessel vessel "A" is backing engines vessel "A" is sounding the danger signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in a narrow channel and are being overtaken by a vessel astern. The overtaking vessel sounds a signal indicating her intention to pass you on your starboard side. If such an action appears dangerous, you should sound __________. five short and rapid blasts one prolonged, one short, one prolonged, and one short blast in that order three short and rapid blasts one prolonged followed by one short blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are approaching another vessel on crossing courses. She is approximately half a mile distant and is presently on your starboard bow. You believe she will cross ahead of you. She then sounds a whistle signal of five short blasts. You should __________. reduce speed slightly to make sure she will have room to pass wait for another whistle signal from the other vessel make a large course change, accompanied by the appropriate whistle signal, and slow down if necessary answer the signal and hold course and speed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway and approaching a bend in the channel where vessels approaching from the opposite direction cannot be seen. You should sound __________. three blasts, 4 to 6 seconds in duration one blast, 4 to 6 seconds in duration one blast, 8 to 10 seconds in duration one continuous blast until you are able to see around the bend
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If you are approaching a bend, and hear a whistle signal of one prolonged blast from around the bend, you should answer with a signal of __________. a prolonged blast a short blast a long blast one short, one prolonged, and one short blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which signal may be used by a vessel that is in doubt as to whether sufficient action is being taken by another vessel to avoid collision? Firing a gun every minute One prolonged blast on the whistle Five or more short rapid blasts on the whistle A continuous sounding of the fog horn
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your vessel is approaching a bend. You hear a prolonged blast from around the bend. You should __________. stop your engines and drift back your engines answer with one prolonged blast sound the danger signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are approaching a bend in a river where, due to the bank, you cannot see around the other side. A vessel on the other side of the bend sounds one prolonged blast. You should __________. sound a prolonged blast not sound any signal until you sight the other vessel sound passing signals sound the danger signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are the stand-on vessel in a crossing situation. If you think the give-way vessel is NOT taking sufficient action to avoid collision, you should sound __________. no signal and maneuver at will one short blast and maintain course the danger signal two short blasts, alter to port, and pass astern
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway your vessel approaches a bend in a river where, due to the bank, you cannot see around the bend. You should __________. sound the danger signal sound one prolonged blast keep to the starboard side of the channel and sound one short blast slow your vessel to bare steerageway
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is the danger signal? A continuous sounding of the fog signal Firing a gun every minute Five or more short rapid blasts on the whistle One prolonged blast on the whistle
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Five or more short blasts on a vessel's whistle indicates that she is __________. in doubt that another vessel is taking sufficient action to avoid a collision altering course to starboard altering course to port the stand-on vessel and will maintain course and speed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In a crossing situation, which vessel may sound the danger signal? Give-way vessel Neither vessel Either vessel Stand-on vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in a narrow channel and you are being overtaken by a vessel astern. The overtaking vessel sounds a signal indicating his intention to pass your vessel on your starboard side. If such an action appears dangerous you should sound __________. one prolonged, one short, one prolonged, and one short blast in that order three short and rapid blasts five short and rapid blasts one prolonged followed by one short blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel may use the danger signal? A vessel engaged in fishing, crossing the course of a sailing vessel Either of two power-driven vessels meeting head-on The vessel to starboard when two power-driven vessels are crossing All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If you do NOT understand the course or intention of an approaching vessel you should sound __________. not less than five prolonged blasts one short blast not less than five short blasts one prolonged blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The use of the signal consisting of five or more short blasts on the ship's whistle __________. makes the other vessel the give-way vessel makes it necessary to slow or stop replaces directional signals indicates doubt as to the other vessel's action
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The use of the danger signal __________. indicates doubt as to another vessels actions makes the other vessel the stand-on vessel replaces directional signals is the same as a "MAYDAY" signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel nearing a bend or an area of a channel or fairway where other vessels may be hidden by an obstruction shall __________. sound the danger signal post a look-out take all way off sound a prolonged blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A light signal of three flashes means __________. "My engines are full speed astern" "I desire to overtake you" "I am in doubt as to your actions" "I am operating astern propulsion"
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A light signal consisting of three flashes means __________. "I am in doubt as to your actions" "My engines are full speed astern" "I desire to overtake you" "I am operating astern propulsion"
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night you observe a vessel ahead show three flashes of a white light. This signal indicates that the vessel ahead is __________. operating astern propulsion approaching a bend in the channel in distress intending to overtake another vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway and in sight of another vessel crossing less than .5 mile away, you put your engines full speed astern. Which statement concerning whistle signals is TRUE? You must sound whistle signals only if the vessels are meeting. You must sound one blast if backing to starboard. You must sound three short blasts on the whistle. You need not sound any whistle signals.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel making way through the water sounds a fog signal of __________. one prolonged blast at intervals of not more than two minutes one prolonged blast at intervals of not more than one minute two prolonged blasts at intervals of not more than two minutes two prolonged blasts at intervals of not more than one minute
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel must sound her fog signal at intervals not to exceed one minute? A vessel engaged in fishing, at anchor A vessel constrained by her draft A vessel aground A power-driven vessel underway, not making way
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in a fog you hear a signal of three strokes of a bell, a rapid ringing of the bell, and three more strokes of the bell. This signal is made by a vessel __________. not under command and at anchor aground at anchor and giving warning at anchor and greater than 100 meters in length
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In restricted visibility a towed vessel must sound a fog signal when it is __________. the last vessel in the tow the last vessel in the tow and it is carrying a crew manned, regardless of its position in the tow None of the above are correct
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Fog signals, required under the Rules for vessels underway, shall be sounded __________. only on the approach of another vessel only when vessels are in sight of each other at intervals of not more than one minute at intervals of not more than two minutes
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in low visibility and sounding fog signals. What changes would you make in the fog signal immediately upon losing propulsion? Begin sounding two prolonged blasts at two-minute intervals. Begin sounding one prolonged blast followed by two short blasts at two-minute intervals. Begin sounding one prolonged blast followed by three short blasts at two-minute intervals. No change should be made in the fog signal.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in fog when you hear a signal of three strokes of a bell, a rapid ringing of the bell, and three more strokes of the bell. This signal indicates a vessel __________. aground at anchor, greater than 100 meters at anchor, giving warning not under command at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND All fog signals shall be sounded every two minutes with the exception of a vessel __________. underway or making way under sail or under tow not under command or restricted in her ability to maneuver anchored or aground
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If practical, when shall a manned vessel being towed sound her fog signal? Immediately before the towing vessel sounds hers Immediately after the towing vessel sounds hers As close to the mid-cycle of the towing vessel's signals as possible At any time as long as the interval is correct
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway and making way your vessel enters fog. Which fog signal should you sound every two minutes? One prolonged blast Two prolonged blasts A prolonged blast and three short blasts Three short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If underway in low visibility and sounding fog signals, what changes would you make in the fog signal IMMEDIATELY upon losing the power plant and propulsion? Begin sounding one prolonged blast followed by three short blasts at two-minute intervals. Begin sounding two prolonged blasts at two-minute intervals. No change should be made in the fog signal. Begin sounding one prolonged blast followed by two short blasts at two-minute intervals.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in fog and you hear three distinct bell strokes followed by five seconds of rapid bell ringing followed by three distinct bell strokes. This signal indicates a vessel __________. aground in distress at anchor engaged in underwater construction
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which signal shall a power-driven vessel sound when making way in fog? One prolonged and two short blasts every two minutes One short blast every two minutes One prolonged blast every two minutes Three short blasts every two minutes
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel would sound a fog signal consisting of the ringing of a bell for 5 seconds? A sailing vessel, at anchor A vessel restricted in its ability to maneuver, at anchor A sailing vessel becalmed A vessel engaged in fishing, at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear a prolonged blast from another vessel. This signal indicates a __________. sailboat making way power-driven vessel making way vessel being towed power-driven vessel making way, towing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 95-meter vessel aground sounds which fog signal? A rapid ringing of a bell for 5 seconds, preceded and followed by three separate and distinct strokes on the bell A whistle signal of one short, one prolonged, and one short blast A prolonged blast of the whistle at intervals not to exceed one minute A rapid ringing of a bell for 5 seconds every two minutes
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When should the fog signal of a manned vessel under tow be sounded? Approximately one minute after the towing vessel's fog signal Before the towing vessel's fog signal If the towing vessel is sounding a fog signal, the manned vessel being towed is not required to sound any fog signal. After the towing vessel's fog signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel underway and making way in fog shall sound every two minutes __________. three distinct blasts two prolonged blasts one prolonged blast one prolonged blast and three short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog you hear the rapid ringing of a bell. What does this signal indicate? A vessel backing down A vessel at anchor A vessel drifting A sailboat underway
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A bell is used to sound a fog signal for a __________. sailing vessel at anchor vessel not under command vessel engaged in fishing power-driven vessel underway
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your vessel is aground in fog. In addition to the regular anchor signals, you will be sounding __________. no additional signals a blast on the whistle three strokes of the bell before and after the rapid ringing of the bell three strokes of the gong before and after the rapid ringing of the gong
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Fog bell signals for vessels at anchor or aground shall be sounded at intervals of not more than __________. 1 minute 5 minutes 2 minutes 15 minutes
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog you hear a rapid ringing of a bell ahead. This bell indicates a __________. sailboat underway vessel in distress vessel at anchor vessel backing out of a berth
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel would sound a fog signal consisting of the ringing of a bell for 5 seconds? A vessel restricted in its ability to maneuver, at anchor A sailing vessel, at anchor A vessel engaged in fishing, at anchor All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are making headway in fog and hear a fog signal of two prolonged blasts on your starboard quarter. You should __________. change course to the right hold your course and speed change course to the left stop your vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In restricted visibility, a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver, at anchor, would sound a fog signal of __________. one prolonged and two short blasts every two minutes two prolonged and one short blast every two minutes the rapid ringing of a bell for five seconds every minute two prolonged and two short blasts every two minutes
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your vessel is 25 meters long and anchored in restricted visibility. You are required to sound the proper fog signal at intervals of not more than __________. 30 seconds three minutes one minute two minutes
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in fog when you hear the rapid ringing of a bell for five seconds followed by the sounding of a gong for five seconds. This signal indicates a vessel __________. fishing in company with another vessel aground fishing while making no way through the water more than 100 meters in length, at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In restricted visibility, a vessel being towed, if manned, shall sound a signal of __________. one prolonged and three short blasts three short blasts two short blasts one prolonged and two short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear the rapid ringing of a bell for about five seconds followed by the sounding of a gong for about five seconds. This signal came from a __________. vessel engaged in fishing at anchor vessel 150 meters in length at anchor vessel aground sailing vessel at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are operating in restricted visibility and hear a signal of a rapidly ringing bell followed by the rapid sounding of a gong. It could be a __________. 300-meter power-driven vessel at anchor 150-meter power-driven vessel aground vessel in distress 30-meter sail vessel at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in fog when you hear the rapid ringing of a bell for five seconds followed by the sounding of a gong for five seconds. This signal indicates a vessel __________. fishing while making no way through the water more than 100 meters in length, at anchor engaged on pilotage duty engaged in pair trawling
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In reduced visibility, you hear two prolonged blasts of a whistle. This signal is sounded by a __________. power-driven vessel dead in the water vessel not under command vessel fishing with nets sailing vessel on the port tack
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel at anchor, not fishing or otherwise restricted in its ability to maneuver, sounds her fog signal at intervals of not __________. more than two minutes more than one minute less than two minutes more than three minutes
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When underway in restricted visibility, you might hear, at intervals of two minutes, any of the following fog signals EXCEPT __________. ringing of a bell for five seconds one prolonged and two short blasts one prolonged blast two prolonged blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear a vessel ahead sound two prolonged blasts on the whistle. You should __________. sound two blasts and change course to the left not sound any whistle signals until the other vessel is sighted sound whistle signals only if you change course sound only fog signals until the other vessel is sighted
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A fog signal of one short, one prolonged, and one short blast may be sounded by a __________. vessel not under command vessel towing vessel at anchor All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 200-meter vessel is aground in fog. Which signal is optional? A whistle signal A gong signal A bell signal All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 200-meter vessel is aground in restricted visibility. Which signal is optional? A bell signal A gong signal A whistle signal All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 200-meter vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver, at anchor, will sound a fog signal of __________. a 5 second ringing of a bell forward and a 5 second sounding of a gong aft at intervals of 1minute one prolonged followed by three short blasts every 2 minutes one prolonged followed by two short blasts every 2 minutes one prolonged followed by three short blasts every minute
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel underway in fog making NO way must sound what signal? One prolonged blast Two prolonged blasts One long blast One prolonged and two short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are at anchor in fog on a 120-meter power-driven vessel. You hear the fog signal of a vessel approaching off your port bow. You may sound __________. one prolonged, one short and one prolonged two short blasts one short, one prolonged, and one short blast one prolonged blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear a signal of one prolonged blast followed by three short blasts. This is the fog signal for a vessel __________. unmanned being towed towing at anchor manned being towed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 200-meter vessel is aground in fog. Which signal is optional? A bell signal A whistle signal A gong signal All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear a vessel ahead sound two short blasts on the whistle. You should __________. sound whistle signals only if you change course sound two short blasts and change course to the left sound only fog signals until the other vessel is sighted not sound any whistle signals until the other vessel is sighted
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway your vessel enters fog. You stop your engines and the vessel is dead in the water. Which fog signal should you sound? Three short blasts every two minutes One prolonged blast every two minutes One prolonged and three short blasts every two minutes Two prolonged blasts every two minutes
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If your vessel is underway in fog and you hear one prolonged and three short blasts, this is a __________. sailing vessel vessel not under command vessel being towed (manned) vessel being towed (unmanned)
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in fog when you hear the following signal: one short blast, one prolonged blast and one short blast in succession. Which of the following would it be? A sailing vessel underway with the wind abaft the beam A vessel at anchor A vessel towing A power-driven vessel underway and making way through the water
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in a fog when you hear a whistle signal of one prolonged blast followed by two short blasts. This signal could indicate all of the following EXCEPT a vessel __________. towing astern not under command being towed fishing with trawls
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in fog and hear one short, one prolonged, and one short blast in succession. What is the meaning of this signal? A vessel is fishing, hauling nets. A vessel is towing. A vessel is in distress and needs assistance. A vessel is at anchor, warning of her position.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog you hear another vessel sounding two prolonged blasts every two minutes. This signal indicates a vessel __________. anchored making way through the water towing drifting
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In fog, you hear apparently forward of your beam a fog signal of 2 prolonged blasts in succession every two minutes. This signal indicates a __________. power-driven vessel making way through the water power-driven vessel underway but stopped and making no way through the water vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver vessel being pushed ahead
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning fog signals? A vessel not under command sounds the same fog signal as a vessel towed. A vessel aground may sound a whistle signal. All fog signals for sailing vessels are to be given at intervals of not more than one minute. A pilot vessel underway and making way sounds the pilot identity signal and no other signal.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In a dense fog, you hear a whistle signal of one prolonged blast followed by three short blasts. This signal is sounded by a __________. manned vessel being towed fishing vessel underway trawling pilot vessel underway making a special signal vessel not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is the optional whistle signal which maybe sounded by a vessel at anchor? Four short blasts One short, one prolonged, followed by one short blast Two prolonged followed by one short blast One short followed by two prolonged blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If your vessel is underway in fog and you hear one prolonged and three short blasts, this indicates a __________. vessel being towed vessel in distress vessel not under command sailing vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is the fog signal for a vessel 75 meters in length, restricted in her ability to maneuver, at anchor? One prolonged blast followed by two short blasts at intervals of not more than two minutes Five second ringing of a bell at intervals of not more than one minute Five second ringing of a bell and five second sounding of a gong at intervals of not more than one minute Four short blasts at intervals of not more than two minutes
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel is to sound a fog signal of one prolonged followed by two short blasts? A vessel restricted in its ability to maneuver, at anchor A vessel not under command A sailing vessel underway All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in a fog, you hear a whistle signal of one prolonged blast followed by two short blasts. This signal could mean all of the following EXCEPT a vessel __________. towing astern being towed not under command fishing with trawls
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your vessel is underway but stopped and making no way through the water when fog sets in. Which fog signal should you sound? One short, one prolonged, and one short blast on the whistle One prolonged blast on the whistle Two prolonged blasts on the whistle One prolonged blast and two short blasts on the whistle
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In a dense fog you hear a whistle signal ahead of one prolonged blast followed by three short blasts. This signal indicates a __________. vessel not under command pilot vessel underway making a special signal manned vessel being towed fishing vessel underway trawling
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear a short blast, a prolonged blast, and a short blast of a whistle. This signal indicates a __________. vessel being towed in fog vessel anchored in fog vessel towing in fog sailboat underway in fog
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are at anchor in fog. The fog signal of a vessel underway has been steadily growing louder and the danger of collision appears to exist. In addition to your fog signal, what signal may be used to indicate the presence of your vessel? Three blasts on the whistle; one short, one prolonged, and one short. Three blasts on the whistle; one prolonged, one short, and one prolonged. Three blasts on the whistle; one prolonged followed by two short. No signal other than your fog signal may be used.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in fishing underway sounds the same fog signal as which vessel? power-driven vessel stopped and making no way through the water vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver at anchor vessel being towed sailing vessel at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear a signal of one prolonged blast followed by three short blasts. This is the fog signal for a vessel __________. at anchor under sail towing being towed (manned)
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel is underway in fog but is stopped and making no way through the water. What is the required fog signal? One prolonged blast at not more than one-minute intervals Two prolonged blasts at not more than two-minute intervals One prolonged blast at not more than two-minute intervals Two prolonged blasts at not more than one-minute intervals
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel does NOT sound a fog signal of one prolonged followed by two short blasts? A vessel dredging A vessel being towed A sailing vessel A vessel engaged in fishing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In fog, a vessel being towed, if manned, shall sound a fog signal of __________. three short blasts two short blasts one prolonged and two short blasts one prolonged and three short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A fog signal of one short, one prolonged, and one short blast may be sounded by a __________. vessel towing vessel at anchor vessel not under command All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is the required fog signal for a manned vessel being towed at night? Two prolonged blasts One prolonged followed by three short blasts One prolonged followed by two short blasts One prolonged followed by one short blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A sailing vessel with the wind abaft the beam is navigating in fog. She should sound __________. one prolonged and two short blasts three short blasts one prolonged blast two prolonged blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are in charge of a 120-meter power-driven vessel at anchor in fog, sounding the required anchor signals. You hear the fog signal of a vessel underway off your port bow. You may sound __________. one short, one prolonged, and one short blast three short blasts at least five short and rapid blasts two short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel being towed, if manned, shall sound a fog signal of __________. one prolonged and two short blasts three short blasts one prolonged and three short blasts two short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A sailing vessel with the wind abaft the beam is navigating in restricted visibility. She should sound __________. one prolonged blast two prolonged blasts three short blasts one prolonged and two short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your vessel is at anchor in fog. The fog signal of another vessel, apparently underway, has been growing louder and the danger of collision appears to exist. In addition to your fog signal, what signal may be used to indicate your presence? One prolonged followed by two short whistle blasts No signal other than your fog signal may be used. One short, one prolonged, and one short whistle blast One prolonged, one short, and one prolonged whistle blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The wind is ESE, and a sailing vessel is steering NW. Which fog signal should she sound? One blast at one-minute intervals One prolonged and two short blasts at two-minute intervals Two blasts at one-minute intervals One blast at two-minute intervals
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway, in fog, when you hear a whistle signal of one prolonged blast followed by two short blasts. This signal could indicate a vessel __________. not under command aground being towed All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel does NOT sound a fog signal of one prolonged followed by two short blasts? A vessel engaged in fishing A vessel being towed A sailing vessel A vessel engaged in dredging
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel towing in fog shall sound a fog signal of __________. two prolonged blasts every two minutes one prolonged blast every two minutes one prolonged blast every one minute one prolonged and two short blasts every two minutes
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear a vessel sound one prolonged blast followed by two short blasts on the whistle. What does this signal indicate? A vessel being towed A vessel towing A vessel engaged in pilotage duty A vessel aground
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway and pushing a barge ahead, your vessel enters a heavy rain storm. You should sound __________. a prolonged blast every two minutes one prolonged and two short blasts every two minutes two prolonged blasts every two minutes one prolonged and three short blasts every two minutes
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog you hear a vessel sound one prolonged blast followed by two short blasts. What does this signal indicate? A vessel aground A pilot vessel engaged on pilotage duty A vessel being towed A vessel towing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in fog and you hear one prolonged blast followed by two short blasts. This is a vessel __________. engaged on pilotage duty stopped and making no way through the water towing aground in a fairway
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In restricted visibility, a vessel fishing with nets shall sound at intervals of two minutes __________. one prolonged followed by three short blasts one prolonged blast one prolonged followed by two short blasts two prolonged blasts in succession
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement concerning whistle signals is FALSE? A pilot vessel may sound an identity signal on the whistle. A vessel engaged in towing in fog shall sound a fog signal at intervals of one minute. A vessel at anchor may sound one short, one prolonged, and one short blast. When a pushing vessel and a vessel pushed are connected in a composite unit, the unit sounds the fog signal of a power-driven vessel.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel is to sound a fog signal of one prolonged followed by two short blasts? A sailing vessel, underway A vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver when carrying out her work at anchor A vessel not under command All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in fishing while at anchor shall sound a fog signal of __________. one prolonged and two short blasts at two minute intervals one prolonged and three short blasts at one minute intervals a rapid ringing of the bell for five seconds at one minute intervals a sounding of the bell and gong at one minute intervals
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your vessel is 75 meters in length and restricted in her ability to maneuver. Visibility is restricted. What signal do you sound if you are carrying out your work at anchor? Five seconds ringing of a bell and five second sounding of a gong at intervals of not more than one minute One prolonged blast followed by two short blasts on the whistle at intervals of not more than two minutes Four short blasts on the whistle at intervals of not more than two minutes Five seconds ringing of a bell at intervals of not more than one minute
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel sounds the same fog signal when underway or at anchor? A sailing vessel A vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver A vessel not under command A vessel constrained by her draft
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel sounds the same fog signal when underway or at anchor? A sailing vessel A vessel constrained by her draft A vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver A vessel not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A tug is towing three unmanned barges astern in fog. The third vessel of the tow should sound __________. one short blast one prolonged, one short, and one prolonged blast one prolonged and three short blasts no fog signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A tug is towing three manned barges in line in fog. The third barge of the tow should sound __________. no fog signal one prolonged, one short and one prolonged blast one prolonged and three short blasts one prolonged and two short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A tug is towing three manned barges in line in fog. The first vessel of the tow should sound __________. no fog signal one prolonged, one short, and one prolonged blast one prolonged and three short blasts one short blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A tug is towing three barges astern in restricted visibility. The second vessel of the tow should sound __________. no fog signal one short blast one prolonged and two short blasts one prolonged and three short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A tug is towing three manned barges in line in fog. The second vessel of the tow should sound __________. no fog signal one prolonged and two short blasts one short blast one prolonged and three short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is the identity signal which may be sounded by a vessel engaged on pilotage duty in fog? 3 short blasts 2 short blasts 5 short blasts 4 short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear a vessel sound four short blasts in succession. What does this signal indicate? A vessel fishing A pilot vessel A vessel being towed A sailboat
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A fog signal of one prolonged blast followed by four short blasts would mean the presence of a __________. vessel being towed fishing vessel trawling vessel at anchor warning of her location power-driven pilot vessel on station underway
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A fog signal consisting of one prolonged blast followed by four short blasts would indicate the presence of a __________. vessel at anchor warning of her location power-driven pilot vessel on station underway vessel being towed fishing vessel engaged in trawling
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A fog signal of one prolonged blast followed by four short blasts would mean the presence of a __________. power-driven pilot vessel on station underway vessel being towed fishing vessel trawling vessel at anchor warning of her location
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Concerning the identification signal for a pilot vessel, in fog, which statement is TRUE? The identification signal must be sounded any time the pilot vessel is underway. When at anchor, the pilot vessel is only required to sound anchor signals. The pilot vessel may only sound the identity signal when making way. All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A pilot vessel may continue to sound an identity signal in fog if she is __________. aground at anchor not under command no longer on pilotage duty
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A pilot vessel may continue to sound an identity signal if she is __________. at anchor being towed not under command aground
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is the minimum fog signal required aboard a vessel between 12 meters and 20 meters in length at anchor? three separate and distinct strokes of the bell every two minutes rapid ringing of the bell for 10 seconds every minute one short, one long, one short stroke of the bell every minute Any efficient sound signal every two minutes
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning the fog signal of a sailing vessel 25 meters in length, anchored in a "special anchorage area" approved by the Secretary? The vessel is not required to sound a fog signal. The vessel shall sound three blasts on the whistle every 2 minutes. The vessel shall ring a bell for 5 seconds every minute. The vessel shall sound one blast of the whistle every 2 minutes.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which signal, other than a distress signal, can be used by a vessel to attract attention? Burning barrel Searchlight beam Orange smoke signal Continuous sounding of a fog signal apparatus
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND One of the signals, other than a distress signal, that can be used by a vessel to attract attention is a(n) __________. orange smoke signal red star shell burning barrel searchlight
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If you hear the firing of a gun at one minute intervals from another vessel, this indicates that __________. the gun is being used to sound passing signals all is clear and it is safe to pass all vessels are to clear the area the vessel is in distress
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following is TRUE of a distress signal? may be used separately or with other distress signals consists of 5 or more short blasts of the fog signal apparatus is used to indicate doubt about another vessel's intentions consists of the raising and lowering of a large white flag
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A man aboard a vessel is signaling by raising and lowering his outstretched arms to each side. What does this indicate? a distress signal all is clear, it is safe to pass the vessel is anchored danger, stay away
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What does an orange flag showing a black circle and square indicate? signal indicating danger signal indicating a course change signal of asking to communicate with another vessel distress signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is NOT a distress signal? Basket hanging in the rigging Red flares or red rockets Continuous sounding of fog signaling apparatus International Code Flags "November" over "Charlie"
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND All of the following are distress signals under the Rules EXCEPT __________. the repeated raising and lowering of outstretched arms International Code Signal "AA" red flares orange-colored smoke
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is NOT a distress signal? Vertical motion of a white lantern at night Code flags "November" and "Charlie" Flames on a vessel Dye marker on the water
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which signal is recognized as a distress signal? International Code Signal "PAN" spoken over the radiotelephone A whistle signal of one prolonged and three short blasts Directing the beam of a searchlight at another vessel A smoke signal giving off orange colored smoke
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is NOT a distress signal? A continuous sounding with any fog signal apparatus The firing of green star rockets or shells An International Code Signal of N.C. A signal sent by radiotelephone consisting of the spoken word "Mayday"
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is a distress signal? A flaming barrel of oil on deck Firing of green star shells Answering a one blast whistle signal with two blasts Sounding 5 short blasts on the whistle
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see a vessel displaying the code flag "LIMA" below which is a red ball. The vessel is indicating it is in which of the following situations? getting ready to receive aircraft trolling in distress aground
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway and hear a vessel continuously sounding her fog whistle. What is this vessel indicating? desires to communicate by radio desires a pilot is aground is in distress
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following indicates that your vessel is in distress? displaying three black balls in a vertical line sounding four or more short rapid blasts on the whistle continuously sounding the fog whistle displaying a large red flag
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND All of the following are distress signals EXCEPT __________. firing a gun at intervals of about a minute the continuous sounding of any fog signal apparatus a barrel with burning oil in it, on deck giving five or more short and rapid blasts of the whistle
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Continuous sounding of a fog whistle by a vessel is a signal __________. that the vessel is broken down and drifting of distress that the vessel is anchored to request the draw span of a bridge to be opened
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If you saw flames aboard a vessel but could see the vessel was not on fire, you would know that the __________. vessel was attempting to attract the attention of a pilot boat crew was trying to get warm vessel required immediate assistance vessel was being illuminated for identification by aircraft
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When a vessel signals her distress by means of a gun or other explosive signal, the firing should be at intervals of approximately __________. 1 hour 3 minutes 10 minutes 1 minute
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Distress signals may be __________. red flares smoke signals sound signals Any of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel signals you three flashes on its maneuvering light. What is the meaning of this signal? "I am operating astern propulsion" "My engines are full speed astern" "I am in doubt as to your actions" "I desire to overtake you"
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND By day, when it is impracticable for a small vessel engaged in diving operations to display the shapes for a vessel engaged in underwater operations, which she shall display? a rigid replica of the International Code flag "A" two red balls in a vertical line three black balls in a vertical line a black cylinder
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND By radar alone, you detect a vessel ahead on a collision course, about 3 miles distant. Your radar plot shows this to be a meeting situation. Which action should you take? maintain course and speed and sound no signal turn to port turn to starboard maintain course and speed and sound the danger signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND How long is the duration of a prolonged blast of the whistle? 2 to 4 seconds 4 to 6 seconds 6 to 8 seconds 8 to 10 seconds
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When a vessel signals her distress by means of a gun or other explosive signal, which firing intervals should be used? Once every 3 minutes Once every 10 minutes Once every minute Once an hour
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When do the Rules state that risk of collision shall be deemed to exist? if the bearing of an approaching vessel does not appreciably change whenever a vessel crosses ahead of the intended track of another vessel whenever two vessels approach from opposite directions if one vessel approaches another so as to be overtaking
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When in sight of another vessel and there is sufficient sea room, any action taken to avoid collision must __________. include a speed change not result in another close-quarters situation be accompanied by sound signals All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When is a power-driven vessel "not under command" at night required to show her sidelights? when moored to a buoy when making headway when making no headway when at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When two vessels are in immediate danger of collision, the stand-on vessel must take which action? assist in taking whatever action is necessary to avoid collision abandon ship sound a distress signal hold course and speed until the danger of collision is past and clear
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which equipment, to generate fog signals, is required on a vessel 20 meters in length? Whistle only Bell only Whistle and bell only Whistle, bell, and gong
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the the signals, other than a distress signal, can be used by a vessel to attract attention? An orange smoke signal The vessel's searchlight A burning barrel A red star shell
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in fog when you hear the rapid ringing of a bell for five seconds followed by the sounding of a gong for five seconds. What does this signal indicate about the vessel? Fishing in company with another vessel Fishing while making no way through the water Aground More than 100 meters in length, at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in reduced visibility. You hear the fog signal of another vessel about 20° on your starboard bow. Risk of collision may exist. Which action should you take? reduce your speed to bare steerageway alter course to port to pass the other vessel on its port side slow your engines and let the other vessel pass ahead of you alter course to starboard to pass around the other vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in restricted visibility. You hear the fog signal of another vessel about 22° on your starboard bow. If danger of collision exists, which action(s) are you required to take? reduce your speed to bare steerageway alter course to port to pass the other vessel on its port side alter course to starboard to pass around the other vessel's stern slow your engines and let the other vessel pass ahead of you
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You hear the fog signal of another vessel forward of your beam. Risk of collision may exist. You are required to take which action? stop your engines take all way off, if necessary begin a radar plot All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You hear the fog signal of another vessel forward of your beam. Risk of collision may exist. You MUST __________. stop your engines begin a radar plot take all way off, if necessary All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What does five or more short blasts on a vessel's whistle indicate? The vessel is altering course to starboard The stand-on vessel and will maintain course and speed There is doubt that another vessel is taking sufficient action The vessel is altering course to port
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When is a vessel which is fishing, required to show sidelights and a stern light? when underway and making way if underway when dead in the water when at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is TRUE for a self-propelled dredge NOT engaged in dredging, but proceeding to a dredging location at night? be required to show the lights of a power-driven vessel underway be required to show the lights of a stationary dredge not be required to show any lights be required to show the lights characteristic of a dredge
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is TRUE for barges being towed at night? must be lighted at all times need not be lighted must be lighted only if towed astern must be lighted only if manned
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE regarding equipment for bell and gong signals? Any vessel over 12 meters in length must be provided with a gong. A vessel of less than 12 meters in length need not have any sound signaling equipment. Manual sounding of the signals must always be possible. Signals must be able to be sounded manually and automatically.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear the fog signal of another vessel ahead. If a risk of collision exists, which action is required by the Rules? continue on your course and speed until the other vessel is sighted slow to bare steerageway and navigate with caution sound three short blasts and back your engines stop your engines and navigate with caution
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are approaching another vessel on crossing courses. She is about one mile distant and is on your starboard bow. You believe she will cross ahead of you but she sounds a whistle signal of five short blasts. Which action should you take? initiate a passing signal that will allow for a half mile clearance reduce speed slightly answer the signal and hold course and speed make a large course change, and slow down if necessary
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are in restricted visibility and hear a fog signal forward of the beam. Nothing appears on your radar screen. The Rules require which action to be taken? sound two prolonged blasts of the whistle slow to bare steerageway stop your engines sound the danger signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are the watch officer on a power-driven vessel and notice a large sailing vessel approaching from astern. Which action should you take? hold your course and speed slow down sound two short blasts and change course to port sound one short blast and change course to starboard
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your 15-meter vessel is crossing a narrow channel and a large cargo vessel to port is within the channel and crossing your course. What action must you take? hold course and speed initiate an exchange of passing signals sound the danger signal not cross the channel if you might impede the other vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear a signal of one prolonged blast followed by three short blasts. Which vessel shall sound this fog signal? A manned vessel being towed An unmanned vessel being towed A towing vessel A vessel at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel has on her port side a sailing vessel which is on a collision course. What action is the power-driven vessel required to take? stop her engines sound one blast and turn to starboard keep clear maintain course and speed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel 25 meters in length must have which sound signaling appliance onboard? Whistle only None is required Whistle, bell, and gong Whistle and bell only
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in fishing underway sounds the same fog signal as which vessel? A vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver at anchor A sailing vessel at anchor A power-driven vessels stopped and making no way through the water A vessel being towed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, power-driven vessels less than 12 meters in length may, instead of the underway lights for vessels under 50 meters, show which lights? Stern light only Masthead light only Sidelights and stern light One all-round white light and sidelights
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND How long is the duration of a prolonged blast of the whistle? 2 to 4 seconds 4 to 6 seconds 6 to 8 seconds 8 to 10 seconds
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In determining "safe speed", all of the following must be taken into account EXCEPT the __________. maneuverability of your vessel maximum horsepower of your vessel presence of background lights at night draft of your vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In which situation does a risk of collision exists? A vessel is on your starboard quarter, range decreasing, bearing is constant. A vessel is 22° on your port bow, range increasing, bearing changing slightly to the right. A vessel is broad on your starboard beam, range decreasing, bearing changing rapidly to the right. A vessel is 22° abaft your port beam, range increasing, bearing is constant.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Risk of collision may be deemed to exist under which of the following situations? if you observe both sidelights of a vessel ahead for an extended period of time if the compass bearing of an approaching vessel does NOT appreciably change even when an appreciable bearing change is evident, particularly when approaching a vessel at close range All of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The term "power-driven vessel" refers to any vessel with propelling machinery in use with propelling machinery onboard whether in use or not making way against the current traveling at a speed greater than that of the current
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Underway at night you see the red sidelight of a vessel well off your port bow. Which statement is TRUE? You are on a collision course with the other vessel. You must stop engines. You may maintain course and speed. You are required to alter course to the right.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A" is underway and pushing ahead when vessel "B" is sighted off the starboard bow as shown in illustration D005RR below. Which statement is TRUE? Vessel "A" is the stand-on vessel because it is pushing ahead. Vessel "A" is the stand-on vessel because it is to the port side of vessel "B". Vessel "B" is the stand-on vessel because it is to starboard of vessel "A". Neither vessel is the stand-on vessel.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What is required of a vessel navigating near an area of restricted visibility? She must sound appropriate sound signals. If she detects another vessel by radar, she shall determine if risk of collision exists. A power-driven vessel shall have her engines ready for immediate maneuver. All of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is a distress signal? A flaming barrel of oil on deck Sounding 5 short blasts on the whistle Firing of green star shells Answering a one blast whistle signal with two blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is the duration of each prolonged blast on whistle signals used by a power-driven vessel in fog, whether making way or underway but not making way? about one second two to four seconds four to six seconds eight to ten seconds
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the following describes a vessel displaying the shapes shown in illustration D011RR below? drifting towing conducting underwater operations aground
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which procedure(s) shall be used to determine risk of collision? Long-range radar scanning Systematic observation of objects detected by radar Watching the compass bearing of an approaching vessel All of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which shape must be shown by a vessel 25 meters in length aground during daylight hours? One black ball Two black balls Three black balls Four black balls
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which signal is recognized as a distress signal? International Code Signal "PAN" spoken over the radiotelephone A whistle signal of one prolonged and three short blasts Directing the beam of a searchlight at another vessel A smoke signal giving off orange-colored smoke
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which signal, other than a distress signal, can be used by a vessel to attract attention? Orange smoke signal Continuous sounding of a fog signal apparatus Searchlight beam Burning barrel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE regarding equipment for sound signals? Automatic sounding of the signals is not permitted. Any vessel over 12 meters in length must be provided with a gong. Manual sounding of the bell and gong must always be possible. A vessel of less than 12 meters in length need not have any sound signaling equipment.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel should not impede the navigation of a power-driven vessel? A seaplane A vessel engaged in fishing A vessel not under command A sailing vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway and in sight of another vessel crossing less than .5 mile away, you put your engines full speed astern. Which statement concerning whistle signals is TRUE? You must sound three short blasts on the whistle. You need not sound any whistle signals. You must sound whistle signals only if the vessels are meeting. You must sound one blast if backing to starboard.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear a vessel ahead sound two short blasts on the whistle. You should take which action? Not sound any whistle signals until the other vessel is sighted Sound two short blasts and change course to the left Sound only fog signals until the other vessel is sighted Sound whistle signals only if you change course
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on vessel "A" as shown in illustration D032RR below, and hear vessel "B" sound a signal indicating her intention to overtake you. You feel it is not safe for vessel "B" to overtake you at the present time. What action should you take? Not answer the whistle signal from vessel "B" Sound three blasts of the whistle Sound two short blasts Sound five or more short rapid blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on watch in the fog. Your vessel is proceeding at a safe speed when you hear a fog signal ahead of you. The Rules require you to navigate with caution and take which action if danger of collision exists? Slow to less than 2 knots Begin a radar plot Slow to minimum that the vessel can be kept on course Stop your engines
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in heavy fog. You hear the fog signal of a vessel which is somewhere ahead of your vessel. Which action(s) are your required to take? Slow to moderate speed and navigate with caution Maintain speed and sound five short and rapid blasts Slow to minimum to maintain course and navigate with caution Stop engines and navigate with caution
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are watching another vessel approach and her compass bearing is not changing. What does this indicate? you are the stand-on vessel a special circumstances situation exists the other vessel is dead in the water a risk of collision exists
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You hear the fog signal of another vessel forward of your beam. Risk of collision may exist. You are required to take which action? begin a radar plot stop your engines take all way off, if necessary All of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your vessel is underway in reduced visibility. You hear the fog signal of another vessel about 30° on your starboard bow. If danger of collision exists, which action(s are you required to take? Reduce your speed to the minimum at which it can be kept on course Alter course to port and pass the other vessel on its port side Slow your engines and let the other vessel pass ahead of you Alter course to starboard to pass around the other vessel's stern
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in fishing while at anchor shall sound which fog signal? A sounding of the bell and gong at one minute intervals One prolonged and three short blasts at one minute intervals One prolonged and two short blasts at two minute intervals A rapid ringing of the bell for five seconds at one minute intervals
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In restricted visibility, when must a towed vessel sound a fog signal? When it is manned, regardless of its position in the tow When it is last vessel in the tow When it is the first vessel in the tow When it is the last vessel in the tow and it is carrying a crew
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Under which conditions is a sailing vessel NOT allowed to show the all-round red over green lights on the mast? when her sidelights and stern light are combined in one lantern and shown on the mast if she is showing sidelights when she is showing a stern light when her sidelights are combined and displaced from the fore and aft centerline of the vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is TRUE of a tug boat displaying the shape shown in illustration D010RR below? Is not under command Has a tow that is carrying hazardous cargo Has a tow that exceeds 200 meters in length Is at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are aboard vessel "A”, a power-driven vessel, on open waters and vessel "B", a sailing vessel, is sighted off your port bow as shown in illustration D027RR below. Which vessel is the stand-on vessel? Vessel "B" because it is to port of vessel "A" Vessel "B" because it is sailing Vessel "A" because it is to starboard of vessel "B" Vessel "A" because it is towing
INLAND ONLY You are proceeding against the current on a river in the Great Lakes System. You are meeting a downbound vessel. Both vessels are power-driven. The other vessel sounds one short blast. What action must you take? sound one short blast hold course and speed sound three short blasts change course to port
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Two power-driven vessels are meeting. What would a two blast whistle signal by either vessel mean? "I am altering course to port" "I desire to pass port to port" "I desire to pass starboard to starboard" "I intend to alter course to port"
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which lights is a 45-meter power-driven vessel pushing ahead or towing alongside required to display? Two masthead lights in a vertical line Two all-round red lights at the masthead A towing light above the stern light Two towing lights in a vertical line
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in reduced visibility. You hear the fog signal of another vessel about 20° on your starboard bow. Risk of collision may exist. Which action should you take? reduce your speed to bare steerageway alter course to port to pass the other vessel on its port side slow your engines and let the other vessel pass ahead of you alter course to starboard to pass around the other vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which equipment, to generate fog signals, is required on a vessel 20 meters in length? Whistle only Bell only Whistle and bell only Whistle, bell, and gong
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You hear the fog signal of another vessel forward of your beam. Risk of collision may exist. You are required to take which action? stop your engines take all way off, if necessary begin a radar plot All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When is a power-driven vessel "not under command" at night required to show her sidelights? when moored to a buoy when making headway when making no headway when at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When two vessels are in immediate danger of collision, the stand-on vessel must take which action? assist in taking whatever action is necessary to avoid collision abandon ship sound a distress signal hold course and speed until the danger of collision is past and clear
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in fog when you hear the rapid ringing of a bell for five seconds followed by the sounding of a gong for five seconds. What does this signal indicate about the vessel? Fishing in company with another vessel Fishing while making no way through the water Aground More than 100 meters in length, at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND By day, when it is impracticable for a small vessel engaged in diving operations to display the shapes for a vessel engaged in underwater operations, which she shall display? a rigid replica of the International Code flag "A" two red balls in a vertical line three black balls in a vertical line a black cylinder
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in restricted visibility. You hear the fog signal of another vessel about 22° on your starboard bow. If danger of collision exists, which action(s) are you required to take? reduce your speed to bare steerageway alter course to port to pass the other vessel on its port side alter course to starboard to pass around the other vessel's stern slow your engines and let the other vessel pass ahead of you
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND How long is the duration of a prolonged blast of the whistle? 2 to 4 seconds 4 to 6 seconds 6 to 8 seconds 8 to 10 seconds
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When a vessel signals her distress by means of a gun or other explosive signal, which firing intervals should be used? Once every 3 minutes Once every 10 minutes Once every minute Once an hour
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND By radar alone, you detect a vessel ahead on a collision course, about 3 miles distant. Your radar plot shows this to be a meeting situation. Which action should you take? maintain course and speed and sound no signal turn to port turn to starboard maintain course and speed and sound the danger signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When do the Rules state that risk of collision shall be deemed to exist? if the bearing of an approaching vessel does not appreciably change whenever a vessel crosses ahead of the intended track of another vessel whenever two vessels approach from opposite directions if one vessel approaches another so as to be overtaking
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which of the the signals, other than a distress signal, can be used by a vessel to attract attention? An orange smoke signal The vessel's searchlight A burning barrel A red star shell
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When in sight of another vessel and there is sufficient sea room, any action taken to avoid collision must __________. include a speed change not result in another close-quarters situation be accompanied by sound signals All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel signals you three flashes on its maneuvering light. What is the meaning of this signal? "I am operating astern propulsion" "My engines are full speed astern" "I am in doubt as to your actions" "I desire to overtake you"
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What does five or more short blasts on a vessel's whistle indicate? The vessel is altering course to starboard The stand-on vessel and will maintain course and speed There is doubt that another vessel is taking sufficient action The vessel is altering course to port
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When is a vessel which is fishing, required to show sidelights and a stern light? when underway and making way if underway when dead in the water when at anchor
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is TRUE for a self-propelled dredge NOT engaged in dredging, but proceeding to a dredging location at night? be required to show the lights of a power-driven vessel underway be required to show the lights of a stationary dredge not be required to show any lights be required to show the lights characteristic of a dredge
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is TRUE for barges being towed at night? must be lighted at all times need not be lighted must be lighted only if towed astern must be lighted only if manned
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE regarding equipment for bell and gong signals? Any vessel over 12 meters in length must be provided with a gong. A vessel of less than 12 meters in length need not have any sound signaling equipment. Manual sounding of the signals must always be possible. Signals must be able to be sounded manually and automatically.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are approaching another vessel on crossing courses. She is about one mile distant and is on your starboard bow. You believe she will cross ahead of you but she sounds a whistle signal of five short blasts. Which action should you take? initiate a passing signal that will allow for a half mile clearance reduce speed slightly answer the signal and hold course and speed make a large course change, and slow down if necessary
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are in restricted visibility and hear a fog signal forward of the beam. Nothing appears on your radar screen. The Rules require which action to be taken? sound two prolonged blasts of the whistle slow to bare steerageway stop your engines sound the danger signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are the watch officer on a power-driven vessel and notice a large sailing vessel approaching from astern. Which action should you take? hold your course and speed slow down sound two short blasts and change course to port sound one short blast and change course to starboard
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your 15-meter vessel is crossing a narrow channel and a large cargo vessel to port is within the channel and crossing your course. What action must you take? hold course and speed initiate an exchange of passing signals sound the danger signal not cross the channel if you might impede the other vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 25-meter vessel trawling is required to exhibit which shape(s)? two cones, apexes together two balls a cone, apex downward and outboard a basket
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel with a 150-meter stern tow is required to display which lights? three masthead lights in a vertical line a towing light above the stern light a red light over a white light at the masthead two towing lights in a vertical line
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in fishing underway sounds the same fog signal as which vessel? A vessel being towed A sailing vessel at anchor A vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver at anchor A power-driven vessels stopped and making no way through the water
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel nearing a bend where other vessels may be obscured is required to sound which signal? Two short blasts One long blast One prolonged blast One short blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel showing a rigid replica of the International Code flag "A" is engaged in which operation? fishing mineclearance operations dredging operations diving operations
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel using a traffic separation scheme shall NOT take which action? enter the separation zone cross a traffic lane engage in fishing the separation zone proceed in an inappropriate traffic lane
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND An all-round flashing yellow light may be exhibited by which vessel? a vessel laying cable an air-cushion vessel a vessel towing a submerged object a vessel not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND As defined in the Rules, the term "vessel" would include which of the following? seaplanes barges non-displacement craft All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, you see a vessel displaying the light shown in illustration D046RR below. Which vessel would exhibit this light? a pilot boat making way sailing fishing and making way fishing and anchored
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND By day, you sight a vessel displaying three shapes in a vertical line. The top and bottom shapes are balls, and the middle shape is a diamond. Which vessel are you observing? vessel engaged in replenishment at sea mineclearing vessel trawler vessel trolling
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If you saw flames aboard a vessel but could see the vessel was not on fire, what would this indicate? The vessel was attempting to attract the attention of a pilot boat The vessel required immediate assistance The crew was trying to get warm The vessel was being illuminated for identification by aircraft
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In a dense fog you hear a whistle signal ahead of one prolonged blast followed by three short blasts. Which vessel is required to sound this signal? Vessels not under command A manned vessel being towed fishing vessels underway trawling A pilot vessel underway making a special signal
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The lights shown in illustration D068RR mean that another vessel should NOT pass within what distance? 1000 meters 1250 meters 1500 meters 2000 meters
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The Rules state that certain factors are to be taken into account when determining safe speed. Which factors are included? state of wind, sea, and current, and the proximity of navigational hazards maximum attainable speed of your vessel temperature aids to navigation that are available
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When do the Rules state that a vessel overtaking another vessel is relieved of her duty to keep clear? when she is past and clear of the other vessel when the overtaking situation becomes a crossing situation when the other vessel is no longer in sight when she is forward of the other vessel's port beam
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When is your vessel travelling at a "safe speed" as defined in the COLREGS? when you are traveling slower than surrounding vessels when you can take proper and effective action to avoid collision when no wake comes from your vessel when you can stop within your visibility range
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When shall a proper look-out be maintained? only at night only during restricted visibility at all times at night and during restricted visibility
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When two power-driven vessels are meeting head-on and there is a risk of collision, which action is required to be taken? Back down Sound at least five short and rapid blasts Both vessels shall stop their engines Both vessels alter course to starboard
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When underway in a channel, which action should you take, if it is safe and practicable? keep to the side of the channel which lies to your starboard exchange whistle signals with any other vessels in the channel stay near the middle of the channel keep to the starboard side of any vessels you meet
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is a key requirement when taking action to avoid collision? not make any large course changes not make any large speed changes make sure the action is taken in enough time All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is a requirement for a vessel approaching a narrow channel? avoid crossing the channel if it impedes another vessel navigating in the channel keep as close as possible to the edge of the channel on her port side not overtake any vessels within the channel anchor only in the middle of the channel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is the duration of each prolonged blast on whistle signals used by a power-driven vessel in fog, whether making way or underway but not making way? about one second two to four seconds four to six seconds eight to ten seconds
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is TRUE for a vessel in a traffic separation scheme that is joining a traffic lane from the side? the vessel should never enter the traffic lane except at termination points the vessel should enter as nearly as practical at right angles to the general direction of traffic flow the vessel should enter at as small an angle as possible to the traffic flow the vessel should only enter in the case of an emergency or to engage in fishing within the zone
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which light(s) is a vessel engaged in fishing, and at anchor required to exhibit? sidelights and stern light three lights in a vertical line, the highest and lowest being red, and the middle being white an anchor light None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which lights must a vessel being towed show at night? a flashing yellow light, only a white all-round light, only forward and after masthead lights sidelights and a stern light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which signal shall a vessel underway and making way in fog shall sound every two minutes? Three distinct blasts One prolonged blast One prolonged blast and three short blasts Two prolonged blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which statement is TRUE concerning the signal consisting of at least five short and rapid blast of the whistle to indicate a vessel fails to understand the intentions or actions of another vessel? Only the stand-on vessel can sound a signal of doubt consisting of at least five short and rapid blasts. The signal to indicate doubt consists of 4 or more short blasts of the whistle. When any vessel fails to understand the intentions of an approaching vessel she must sound at least five short and rapid blast. Distress signals may be used in place of a signal of doubt.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel may sound at least five short and rapid blast on the whistle if in doubt whether sufficient action is being taken by the other vessel to avoid collision? The give-way vessel in a crossing situation A vessel at anchor Either vessel in a meeting situation All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which vessel(s) shall a power-driven vessel underway "keep out of the way of"? vessel engaged in fishing sailing vessel vessel not under command All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear a short blast, a prolonged blast, and a short blast of a whistle. This signal indicates which vessel(s)? A vessel anchored in fog Several vessel being towed in fog A sailboat underway in fog A vessel towing in fog
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear a vessel ahead sound two short blasts on the whistle. You should take which action? Not sound any whistle signals until the other vessel is sighted Sound two short blasts and change course to the left Sound whistle signals only if you change course Sound only fog signals until the other vessel is sighted
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are in charge of a stand-on vessel in a crossing situation. The other vessel is 1.5 miles to port. Which action should you take if you believe that risk of collision exists? Take avoiding action only after providing the give-way vessel time to take action, and determining that her action is not appropriate Hold course and speed until the point of extremis, and then sound five short blasts, taking whatever action will best avert collision Immediately sound five short rapid blats on the whistle Take avoiding action immediately upon determining that risk of collision exists
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are the stand-on vessel in a crossing situation. If you think the give-way vessel is NOT taking sufficient action to avoid collision, which action(s) are you required to take? Sound at least five short and rapid blasts No signal is required, maneuver at will Sound one short blast and maintain course Sound two short blasts, alter to port, and pass astern
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in a narrow channel and are being overtaken by a vessel astern. The overtaking vessel sounds a signal indicating her intention to pass you on your starboard side. If such an action appears dangerous, which signal are you required to sound? One prolonged, one short, one prolonged, and one short blast in that order One prolonged followed by one short blast Five short and rapid blasts Three short and rapid blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in heavy fog. You hear the fog signal of a vessel which is somewhere ahead of your vessel. Which action(s) are your required to take? Maintain speed and sound five short and rapid blasts Slow to moderate speed and navigate with caution Slow to minimum to maintain course and navigate with caution Stop engines and navigate with caution
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see ONLY the light shown in illustration D080RR below. Which type of vessel are you observing? vessel on pilotage duty vessel engaged in fishing law enforcement vessel sailing vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Your vessel is underway in reduced visibility. You hear the fog signal of another vessel about 30° on your starboard bow. If danger of collision exists, which action(s) are you required to take? Reduce your speed to the minimum at which it can be kept on course Slow your engines and let the other vessel pass ahead of you Alter course to starboard to pass around the other vessel's stern Alter course to port and pass the other vessel on its port side
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In a crossing situation, which vessel may sound a signal to indicate failure to understand the intentions or actions of another vessel consisting of at least five short and rapid blasts of the whistle? Neither vessel The give-way vessel The stand-on vessel Either vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which identification lights are required to be exhibited on a vessel engaged in trawling? a green light over a white light a white light over a red light a red light over a white light two red lights in a vertical line
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which signal would a vessel aground show during daylight? One black ball Two black balls Three black balls Four black balls
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are on watch in the fog. Your vessel is proceeding at a safe speed when you hear a fog signal ahead of you. The Rules require you to navigate with caution and take which action if danger of collision exists? Slow to minimum that the vessel can be kept on course Begin a radar plot Slow to less than 2 knots Stop your engines
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND There are vessels which, to the extent necessary to carry out their work, do not have to comply with the rules regarding traffic separation schemes. Which is one of these vessels? servicing a submarine cable engaged in fishing in a traffic lane engaged on pilotage duty towing another
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Under the Rules, any vessel may slacken her speed, stop, or reverse her engines. What should this action accomplish? attract the attention of another vessel create a crossing situation allow more time to assess the situation All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In a crossing situation, a stand-on vessel which is forced to take action in order to avoid collision with a vessel on her own port side shall, if possible, avoid which action? turning to starboard turning to port decreasing speed increasing speed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which whistle signal is required to be sounded by a vessel operating astern propulsion? One long blast One prolonged blast Three short blasts Four or more short blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When does the rule regarding look-outs apply? in restricted visibility between dusk and dawn in heavy traffic All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are the stand-on vessel in a crossing situation. How long may you hold your course and speed? until the other vessel takes necessary action until action by the give-way vessel alone will not prevent collision until the other vessel gets to within a quarter mile of your vessel until the other vessel gets to within half a mile of your vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When are Barges being towed at night required to exhibit navigation lights? At all times Need not be lighted Only if manned Only if towed astern
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is TRUE concerning a signal consisting of at least five short and rapid blast of the whistle? It makes the other vessel the stand-on vessel It indicates doubt as to another vessels actions It has the same meaning as a "MAYDAY" signal The signal replaces directional signals
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which lights shall a vessel trawling display? white light over a green light red light over a white light green light over a white light yellow light over a red light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night you observe a vessel ahead exhibiting three flashes of a white light. What does this signal indicate? The vessel is operating astern propulsion The vessel is intending to overtake another vessel It is approaching a bend in the channel The vessel is in distress
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Every vessel which is directed by these Rules to keep out of the way of another vessel shall, if the circumstances of the case admit, avoid which action? passing starboard to starboard crossing ahead of the other passing port to port crossing astern of the other
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND What does the continuous sounding of a fog whistle by a vessel indicate? A request that the draw span of a bridge to be opened A vessel is broken down and drifting That the vessel is anchored A vessel is in distress
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which is TRUE if your vessel is the stand-on vessel in a crossing situation? you may change course and speed as the other vessel must keep clear you must keep your course and speed both vessels must keep their course and speed the other vessel must keep her course and speed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog, you hear the fog signal of another vessel ahead. If a risk of collision exists, which action is required by the Rules? slow to bare steerageway and navigate with caution continue on your course and speed until the other vessel is sighted stop your engines and navigate with caution sound three short blasts and back your engines
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are approaching a bend in a river where, due to the bank, you cannot see around the other side. A vessel on the other side of the bend sounds one prolonged blast. In response, which signal are you required to sound? Not sound any signal until you sight the other vessel Sound passing signals Sound a prolonged blast Sound at least five short and rapid blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in a fog when you hear a whistle signal of one prolonged blast followed by two short blasts. This signal could indicate all of the following with the EXCEPTION of which vessel? A vessel being towed A vessel fishing with trawls A tug towing astern A vessel not under command
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You hear the firing of a gun at one minute intervals from another vessel. What does this signal indicate? All vessels are to clear the area All is clear and it is safe to pass The vessel is in distress The gun is being used to sound passing signals
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When is "risk of collision" considered to exist? When a special circumstance situation is apparent When four vessels are nearby If there is any doubt that a risk of collision exists If a vessel has a steady bearing at a constant range
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which light configuration may a sailing vessel exhibit while underway? a green light over a red light at the masthead a special flashing light at the bow a red light over a green light at the masthead two white lights in a vertical line at the stern
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which light(s) is/are required for a vessel being towed? a towing light a forward masthead light sidelights and a stern light All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND While underway in fog you hear a whistle signal consisting of one prolonged blast followed immediately by two short blasts. Which vessels are required to sound this signal in fog? Vessels underway and towing Vessels in danger Pilot vessels Vessels at anchor, not engaged in fishing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway in a narrow channel and you are being overtaken by a vessel astern. The overtaking vessel sounds a signal indicating his intention to pass your vessel on your starboard side. If such an action appears dangerous, which signal should you sound? One prolonged followed by one short blast One prolonged, one short, one prolonged, and one short blast in that order Five short and rapid blasts Three short and rapid blasts
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are underway, in fog, when you hear a whistle signal of one prolonged blast followed by two short blasts. This signal could indicate which type of vessel? Aground Being towed Not under command All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You see a red sidelight bearing NW (315°). That vessel may be heading in which direction? west (270°) southwest (225°) east (090°) northwest (315°)
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which action should be avoided if it becomes necessary for a stand-on vessel to take action to avoid collision? turn to starboard for a vessel on her own port side turn to port for a vessel on her own port side increase speed decrease speed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A 20 meter vessel is towing another vessel astern. The length of the tow from the stern of the towing vessel to the stern of the tow is 75 meters. How many white towing masthead lights shall the towing vessel show at night? 1 2 3 4
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A pilot vessel may continue to sound an identity signal under which situation? Not under command Aground At anchor Being towed
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When shall a pilot vessel on pilotage duty shall show identity lights? while at anchor at any time while underway while alongside a vessel All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which signal should be used to indicate that your vessel is in distress? Sounding four or more short rapid blasts on the whistle Continuously sounding the fog whistle Displaying a large red flag Displaying three black balls in a vertical line
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In restricted visibility, a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver, at anchor, would sound which fog signal? The rapid ringing of a bell for five seconds every minute One prolonged and two short blasts every two minutes Two prolonged and one short blast every two minutes Two prolonged and two short blasts every two minutes
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, a barge being towed astern must display which light(s)? red and green sidelights only one all-round white light sidelights and a stern light a white stern light only
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are making headway in fog and hear a fog signal of two prolonged blasts on your starboard quarter. Which action should you take? Hold your course and speed Change course to the right Stop your vessel Change course to the left
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND At night, the lights shown in illustration D076RR would indicate a vessel engaged in which of the operations? laying submarine cable trawling towing astern dredging
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A power-driven vessel has on her port side a sailing vessel which is on a collision course. Which action is the power-driven vessel required to take? maintain course and speed stop her engines sound one blast and turn to starboard keep clear, passing at a safe distance
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which light may be displayed to assist in the identification of submarines operating on the surface? flashing white light intermittent flashing amber/yellow light flashing sidelight blue rotating light
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In a crossing situation, the vessel which has the other on her own starboard side shall take which action? reduce her speed change course to port to keep out of the way if the circumstances of the case admit, avoid crossing ahead of the other All of the above.
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are overtaking a vessel at night and you see a yellow light showing above the stern light of the overtaken vessel. Which is TRUE of the vessel being overtaken? towing astern underway and dredging pushing ahead or towing alongside a pilot vessel
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND When must a sailing vessel with the wind on its portside be required to keep her course and speed? When the vessel is being overtaken When to leeward of another sailing vessel that has the wind on its starboard side When crossing a vessel engaged in fishing (trawling) When to windward of another sailing vessel that has the wind on the same side
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A head-on situation at night occurs when you can see which light(s)? one sidelight and a masthead light of a vessel ahead of you both sidelights of a vessel dead ahead of you one sidelight of a vessel ahead of you one sidelight, a masthead light, and a range light of a vessel ahead of you
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel nearing a bend or an area of a channel or fairway where other vessels may be obscured by an intervening obstruction shall sound which signal? One long blast Two short blasts Five short blasts One prolonged blast
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which describes a head-on situation? Seeing both sidelights of a vessel directly ahead Seeing two forward white towing lights in a vertical line on a towing vessel directly ahead Seeing one red light of a vessel directly ahead Seeing both sidelights of a vessel directly off your starboard beam
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Risk of collision exists when an approaching vessel is observed under which situation? decreasing bearing only generally steady range and increasing bearing generally steady bearing and decreasing range increasing range and bearing
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Which light(s) shall a vessel engaged in fishing, and at anchor show? an anchor light sidelights and a stern light three lights in a vertical line, the highest and lowest being red, and the middle being white None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND Vessel "A" is overtaking vessel "B" as shown in illustration D017RR below. In this situation which of the following describes vessel "B"? vessel B is the give-way vessel vessel B is the stand-on vessel vessel B is the burdened vessel None of the above
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in fishing must display a light in the direction of any gear that extends outward more than 150 meters. Which color is this light? green yellow white red
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel fishing should display which of the shapes shown in illustration D001RR below? A B C D
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND The NAVIGATION RULES define a "vessel not under command" as which of the following? A vessel through some exceptional circumstance is unable to maneuver as required by the rules A vessel from the nature of her work is unable to keep out of the way of another vessel A vessel moored, aground or anchored in a fairway A vessel taking action contrary to the rules has created a special circumstance situation
BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND You are in charge of a 120 meter power-driven vessel at anchor in fog, sounding the required anchor signals. You hear the fog signal of a vessel underway off your port bow. Which signal may you sound to give warning of your position? At least five short and rapid blasts Two short blasts One short, one prolonged, and one short blast Three short blasts
INLAND ONLY A power-driven vessel crossing on the Western Rivers has the right of way over which vessels? vessels ascending the river vessels descending the river all vessels ascending and descending the river None of the above
INLAND ONLY What MAY be used to indicate the presence of a partly submerged object being towed? A black cone, apex upward Two all-round yellow lights at each end of the tow The beam of a search light from the towing vessel shown in the direction of the tow All of the above.
INLAND ONLY Two power-driven vessels are meeting in a narrow channel as shown in illustration D037RR below. Which of the following statements is TRUE? If agreement is reached by radiotelephone whistle signals must still be exchanged. If agreement is reached by radiotelephone whistle signals are optional. Whistle signals must be exchanged in all situations when passing within one half mile of each other. None of the above
INLAND ONLY You are meeting "head-on" a tug towing a barge alongside about a mile away. In addition to the white masthead lights which other lights do you see on the tug and tow combined? One green and one red sidelight and a special flashing light The green and red sidelights marking each vessel and a special flashing light Only the green and red sidelights marking each vessel One green and one red sidelight on the outside of the unit
INLAND ONLY Two power-driven vessels are meeting in a narrow channel on the Great lakes as shown in illustration D029RR below. Vessel "A" is down bound with a following current. Vessel "B" should do which of the following? initiate the maneuvering signals take action to permit safe passage have the right of way None of the above
INLAND ONLY A power driven vessel proceeding downstream in a narrow channel on the Western Rivers sights another power driven vessel moving upstream. Which vessel has the right of way? The vessel moving upstream against the current The vessel located more towards the channel centerline The vessel sounding the first whistle signal The vessel moving downstream with a following current
INLAND ONLY You are overtaking a power-driven vessel in a narrow channel and wish to leave her on your starboard side. You may __________. proceed to overtake her without sounding whistle signals attempt to contact her on the radiotelephone to arrange for the passage sound four short blasts All of the above.
INLAND ONLY Which light(s) shall be shown at night on a moored barge which reduces the navigable width of any channel to less than 80 meters? Two yellow lights in a vertical line at the stern A red light placed on the two corners farthest from the bank Two unobstructed all-round white lights A red light placed on all four corners
INLAND ONLY Two power-driven vessels are crossing within a half a mile of each other as shown in illustration D042RR below. Vessel "A" sounds one short blast on the whistle, what does this signal mean? "I intend to leave you on my port side" "I am altering my course to starboard" "I intend to leave you on my starboard side" None of the above
INLAND ONLY Which statement is TRUE concerning the fog signal of a vessel 15 meters in length, anchored in a "special anchorage area" approved by the Secretary? The vessel shall sound three blasts on the whistle every 2 minutes. The vessel is not required to sound a fog signal. The vessel shall ring a bell for 5 seconds every minute. The vessel shall sound one blast of the foghorn every 2 minutes.
INLAND ONLY Vessels "A" and "B" are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D029RR below and will pass 1/4 mile apart. Which statement is TRUE? The vessels must exchange two blast whistle signals and pass port to port. The vessels must exchange one blast whistle signals and pass starboard to starboard Both vessels should continue on course and pass without sounding any whistle signals. The vessels may reach agreement by radiotelephone and sound no whistle signal.
INLAND ONLY What must a partially submerged object towed by a vessel show during the day? diamond shape regardless of length of the tow black ball only when the length of the tow exceeds 200 meters in length diamond shape only when the length of the tow exceeds 200 meters in length black ball
INLAND ONLY You have made your vessel up to a tow and are moving from a pier out into the main channel. Your engines are turning ahead. What whistle signal should you sound? Illustration D085RR One prolonged and two short blasts One prolonged blast Five or more short rapid blasts Three long blasts
INLAND ONLY Vessels "A" and "B" are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D041RR below and will pass 1/4 mile apart. Which is one of the lights on vessel "B" that you will see if you are on vessel "A"? yellow towing light special flashing light red sidelight All of the above.
INLAND ONLY A power-driven vessel when pushing ahead or towing alongside on the Western Rivers (above the Huey P. Long Bridge on the Mississippi River at mile 106.1) shall exhibit which of the following configurations? two masthead lights, sidelights, and stern light sidelights and two towing lights two masthead lights, sidelights, and two towing lights one masthead light, sidelights, and stern light
INLAND ONLY Yellow lights are NOT used to identify which of the following? purse seiners the heads of tows being pushed ahead by tugboats a seaplane on the water a dredge pipeline on a trestle
INLAND ONLY If your tug is pushing a barge ahead at night and it is not a composite unit, which light(s) should show aft on your vessel? Two red lights A white stern light Two towing lights A towing light over the stern light
INLAND ONLY A power-driven vessel intends to overtake another power-driven vessel on the overtaken vessel's port side. What whistle signal should be sounded in order to state this intention? 1 short blast 2 short blasts 2 prolonged and 2 short blasts 1 prolonged and 1 short blast
INLAND ONLY You are overtaking another power-driven vessel in a narrow channel. The other vessel will have to move to allow you to pass. You wish to overtake the other vessel and leave her on your starboard side. Your FIRST whistle signal should be __________. two short blasts one short blast two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast
INLAND ONLY What is the required whistle signal for a power-driven vessel leaving a dock or berth? Two prolonged blasts One short blast One prolonged blast Two short blasts
INLAND ONLY A power-driven vessel operating in a narrow channel with a following current on the Great Lakes or Western Rivers is meeting an upbound vessel. Which statement is TRUE? The down bound vessel must initiate the required maneuvering signals. The down bound vessel must propose the manner and place of passage. The down bound vessel has the right-of-way. All of the above.
INLAND ONLY A vessel engaged in public safety activities may display an alternately flashing red and yellow light. Which of the following vessels may exhibit this special light? a vessel engaged in river bank protection a vessel engaged in search and rescue a vessel not under command a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver
INLAND ONLY While underway in a harbor you hear a vessel sound a prolonged blast. This signal indicates that this vessel __________. is backing her engines desires to overtake your vessel is at anchor is moving from a dock
INLAND ONLY Which of the following is indicated by a vessel displaying a flashing blue light? a work boat a vessel engaged in a race a vessel transferring dangerous cargo a law enforcement vessel
INLAND ONLY Two vessels in a crossing situation have reached agreement by radiotelephone as to the intentions of the other. In this situation, whistle signals are __________. not required, but may be sounded required if crossing within half a mile required when crossing within one mile required
INLAND ONLY Your vessel must remain in a narrow channel for safe operation. Another vessel is crossing the channel from your starboard. You do not think she will pass safely. You MUST take which action? sound one short blast of the whistle, and turn to starboard stop your engines, and you may sound the danger signal sound the danger signal stop your vessel, since the other vessel has the right of way
INLAND ONLY What is the whistle signal used to indicate a power-driven vessel leaving a dock? No signal is necessary Three short blasts One short blast One prolonged blast
INLAND ONLY A power-driven vessel crossing a river on the Western Rivers has the right of way over which vessel? vessels descending the river all vessels ascending and descending the river vessels ascending the river None of the above
INLAND ONLY Two power-driven vessels are meeting in the situation as shown in illustration D037RR below. What does one short blast by vessel "A" mean? "My intention is to hold course and speed" "I am altering my course to starboard" "I intend to leave you on my port side" "I intend to pass on your starboard side"
INLAND ONLY Vessels "A" and "B" are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D029RR below and will pass 1/4 mile apart. Which statement is TRUE? If a passing agreement is reached by radiotelephone whistle signals are optional. The vessels should exchange two blast whistle signals and pass port to port. The vessels should pass port to port and must sound whistle signals only if either vessel changes course. Whistle signals must be exchanged in all situations when passing within one half mile.
INLAND ONLY Whistle signals shall be exchanged by power driven vessels in sight of one another when __________. course changes are necessary to pass doubt exists as to which side the vessels will pass on they are passing within half a mile of each other passing agreements have been made by radio
INLAND ONLY You see the lights shown in illustration D085RR below while proceeding in a channel. Where should you pass? A B C D
INLAND ONLY Which light display would mark the opening in a pipeline where vessels could pass through? Three red lights in a vertical line on each side of the opening Two white lights in a vertical line on each side of the opening Three white lights in a vertical line on each side of the opening Two red lights in a vertical line on each side of the opening
INLAND ONLY Power-driven vessels "A" and "B" are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D041RR below and will pass about 1/4 mile apart. Which action should the vessels take? The vessels should exchange two blast whistle signals and pass starboard to starboard. The vessels should pass starboard to starboard and must sound whistle signals only if either vessel changes course. The vessels should exchange one blast whistle signals and pass starboard to starboard The vessels should continue on course and pass without sounding any whistle signals.
INLAND ONLY A law enforcement vessel patrolling a marine regatta may exhibit a flashing blue light or which of the following alternates? a fixed green light over a red flashing light a high intensity flashing white light (strobe) an alternately flashing red and yellow light two amber lights in a horizontal line
INLAND ONLY Which statement is TRUE of a power-driven vessel proceeding down bound with the current, when meeting an upbound vessel on the Western Rivers? She shall pass on the port side of the other. She shall propose the manner of passage. She shall not impede the upbound vessel. All of the above.
INLAND ONLY Your power-driven vessel is overtaking another power-driven vessel in a narrow channel. You wish to overtake her on her starboard side. You should sound a whistle signal of __________. one short blast one prolonged and one short blast two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast at least five short blasts
INLAND ONLY If you were coming up on another power-driven vessel from dead astern and desired to overtake on the other vessel's starboard side, which whistle signal would you sound? Two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts One prolonged blast One short blast Two short blasts
INLAND ONLY A power-driven vessel operating in a narrow channel with a following current on the Great Lakes or Western Rivers is meeting an upbound vessel. Which statement is TRUE? The down bound vessel has the right of way. The upbound vessel must propose the manner of passing. The upbound vessel must initiate the required maneuvering signals. All of the above.
INLAND ONLY At night, a light signal consisting of two flashes by a vessel indicates __________. an intention to communicate over radiotelephone that the vessel is in distress an intention to leave another vessel to starboard an intention to leave another vessel to port
INLAND ONLY Vessels "A" and "B" are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D041RR below and will pass 1/4 mile apart. Which is one of the lights on vessel "B" that you will see if you are on vessel "A"? special flashing light yellow towing light red sidelight All of the above.
INLAND ONLY When two power-driven vessels are meeting on the Great Lakes, Western Rivers, or waters specified by the Secretary, where there is a current, which vessel shall sound the first passing signal? Either vessel The vessel going upstream stemming the current The vessel down bound with a following current The vessel that is towing regardless of the current
INLAND ONLY At night, what lights are required on barges moored in a group formation more than two barges wide? All-round yellow lights placed at the corners of each barge in the group Two unobstructed all-round white lights Two unobstructed all-round red lights Two yellow lights in a vertical line at the corner extremities of the group
INLAND ONLY Under the Inland Navigation Rules, what is the meaning of the two short blasts signal used when meeting another vessel? "I am turning to port." "I intend to leave you on my starboard side." "I am turning to starboard." "I intend to leave you on my port side."
INLAND ONLY When power-driven vessels are crossing, a signal of one short blast by either vessel means __________. "I am altering course to starboard" "I intend to leave you on my port side" "I intend to hold course and speed" "I intend to change course to starboard"
INLAND ONLY A power driven vessel overtaking another in a narrow channel, and wishing to pass on the other vessel's port side, would sound a whistle signal of __________. one short blast two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast two short blasts
INLAND ONLY Vessels "A" and "B" are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D029RR below and will pass 1/4 mile apart. Which statement is TRUE? The vessels should exchange two blast signals and pass port to port. The vessels should pass port to port and must sound whistle signals only if either vessel changes course. Whistle signals must be exchanged in all cases when passing within one half mile of each other. If a passing agreement is reached by radiotelephone, whistle signals are optional, and the vessels should pass starboard to starboard as agreed.
INLAND ONLY Two power-driven vessels are meeting on a clear day and will pass less than half a mile apart. In this situation whistle signals __________. must be exchanged only if course changes are necessary by either vessel must be exchanged may be exchanged must be exchanged if passing agreements have not been made by radio
INLAND ONLY Two power driven vessels, "A" and "B" , are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D041RR below and will pass about 1/4 mile apart. What action should the vessels take? The vessels should exchange two blast whistle signals and pass starboard to starboard. Both vessels should continue on course and pass without sounding any whistle signals. The vessels should pass starboard to starboard and must sound whistle signals only if either vessel changes course. The vessels should exchange one blast whistle signals and pass starboard to starboard.
INLAND ONLY What do the lights shown in illustration D075RR below represent? vessel being towed astern vessel pushing ahead vessel underway and dredging pipeline
INLAND ONLY You are meeting another power-driven vessel head-on and sound one short blast as a passing signal. The other vessel answers with two short blasts. What should be your next action? Sound the danger signal. Hold your course and speed. Pass astern of the other vessel. Pass on the other vessel's starboard side.
INLAND ONLY When power-driven vessels are in sight of one another, passing signals shall be sounded when __________. meeting or crossing within half a mile of each other crossing within one mile of each other meeting within one mile of each other meeting or crossing at any distance
INLAND ONLY The term "Great Lakes", as defined by the Inland Rules of the Road, includes part of the __________. Calumet River St. Lawrence River Chicago River All of the above.
INLAND ONLY Your power-driven vessel is meeting another vessel head-on. To comply with the steering and sailing rules what action should you take? exchange one short blast sound the danger signal sound one prolonged and two short blasts exchange two short blasts
INLAND ONLY You are overtaking a power-driven vessel in a narrow channel and wish to leave her on your starboard side. You may __________. sound five short blasts attempt to contact her on the radiotelephone to arrange for the passage proceed to overtake her without sounding whistle signals All of the above.
INLAND ONLY A fleet of moored barges extends into a navigable channel. What is the color of the lights on the barges? Yellow Amber White Red
INLAND ONLY While underway you sight the lights shown in illustration D081RR below with the yellow lights flashing, what action should you take? stop until the red lights turn green pass between the two sets of vertical red lights proceed leaving all the lights on your starboard side wait until the vessel ahead crosses your bow
INLAND ONLY What lights are required for a barge being pushed ahead, not being part of a composite unit? Sidelights, a special flashing light, and a stern light Sidelights and a stern light Sidelights, a towing light, and a stern light Sidelights and a special flashing light
INLAND ONLY Which is CORRECT regarding a "special flashing light"? It must not show through an arc of more than 225°. It must be yellow in color. It must be placed as far forward as possible. All of the above.
INLAND ONLY Which is TRUE of a power-driven vessel, bound downstream, when meeting an upbound vessel on the Western Rivers? She shall propose the manner of passage. She shall initiate maneuvering signals. She has the right of way. All of the above.
INLAND ONLY In a narrow channel, you are underway on power-driven vessel "A" and desire to overtake power-driven vessel "B". After you sound two short blasts on your whistle, vessel "B" sounds five short and rapid blasts on the whistle. What action should you take? pass with caution on the port side of vessel "B" answer the five short blast signal then stop your vessel until the other vessel initiates a signal hold your relative position, and then sound another signal after the situation has stabilized slow or stop and expect radical maneuvers from "B"
INLAND ONLY You are navigating in a narrow channel and must remain in the channel for safe operation. Another vessel is crossing the channel ahead of you from your starboard and you doubt whether your vessel will pass safely. Which statement is TRUE? You must sound the danger signal. You must stop your vessel, since the other vessel is the stand-on. You must stop your engines and you may sound the danger signal. You must sound one short blast of the whistle and turn to starboard.
INLAND ONLY You are on power-driven vessel "A" and power-driven vessel "B" desires to overtake you on the starboard side as shown in illustration D038RR below. After the vessels have exchanged one blast signals what action should you take? hold course and speed alter course to the left or right to give vessel "B" more sea room slow your vessel until vessel "B" has passed alter course to the left
INLAND ONLY Two power-driven vessels are meeting in a narrow channel on the Great Lakes as shown in illustration D037RR below. Vessel "A" is down bound with a following current. Vessel "B" shall do which of the following? have the right of way propose the manner of passage initiate the maneuvering signals None of the above
INLAND ONLY For the purpose of the Inland Navigation Rules, the term "Inland Waters" includes which of the following? any lakes within state boundaries the waters surrounding any islands of the U.S. the Great Lakes on the United States side of the boundary the coastline of the United States out to one mile offshore
INLAND ONLY Which statement is TRUE concerning the Inland Navigation Rules? They list requirements for Traffic Separation Schemes. They define moderate speed. They require communication by radiotelephone to reach a passing agreement. All of the above.
INLAND ONLY You are on a vessel that the Secretary has determined cannot comply with the spacing requirement for masthead lights. What is required in this situation? The vessel must carry only the lights that comply with the rules; the others may be omitted. The vessel's lights must comply as closely as possible. An all-round light should be substituted for the after masthead light and the stern light. The vessel must be altered to permit full compliance with the rules.
INLAND ONLY Which term is NOT defined in the Inland Navigation Rules? Restricted visibility Seaplane Vessel constrained by her draft Underway
INLAND ONLY For the purpose of the Inland Navigation Rules, the term "Inland Waters" includes which of the following? the Mississippi River System the Great Lakes in their entirety U.S. waters out to three miles offshore the St. Lawrence River to Anticosti Island
INLAND ONLY The term "Great Lakes", as defined by the Inland Rules of the Road, does NOT include __________. the St. Lawrence River to Trois-Rivières Saginaw Bay portions of the Calumet River portions of the Chicago River
INLAND ONLY Two power-driven vessels are meeting in a narrow channel on the Great Lakes as shown in illustration D037RR below. Vessel "A" is down bound with a following current. Vessel "A" shall do which of the following? initiate the maneuvering signals have the right of way propose the manner of passage All of the above.
INLAND ONLY Your vessel is proceeding down a channel, and can safely navigate only within the channel. Another vessel is crossing your bow from port to starboard, and you are in doubt as to her intentions. Which statement is TRUE? You should sound two short blasts. The sounding of the danger signal is mandatory. The sounding of the danger signal is optional. You should sound one prolonged and two short blasts.
INLAND ONLY Which statement is TRUE concerning narrow channels? A vessel having a following current will propose the manner of passage in any case where two vessels are meeting. You should keep to that side of the channel which is on your port side. You should avoid anchoring in a narrow channel. All of the above.
INLAND ONLY You are operating a vessel through a narrow channel and your vessel must stay within the channel to be navigated safely. Another vessel is crossing your course from starboard to port, and you are in doubt as to her intentions. Which of the following actions should you take? are required to back down must sound the danger signal may sound the danger signal should sound one short blast to show that you are holding course and speed
INLAND ONLY You are navigating in a narrow channel and must remain in the channel for safe operation. Another vessel is crossing the channel ahead of you from your starboard and you doubt whether your vessel will pass safely. Which statement is TRUE? You must sound the danger signal. You must stop your engines and you may sound the danger signal. You must stop your vessel, since the other vessel is the stand-on. You must sound one short blast of the whistle and turn to starboard.
INLAND ONLY Your vessel is proceeding down a channel, and can safely navigate only within the channel. Another vessel is crossing your bow from port to starboard, and you are in doubt as to her intentions. Which statement is TRUE? The sounding of the danger signal is optional. You should sound one prolonged and two short blasts. You should sound two short blasts. The sounding of the danger signal is mandatory.
INLAND ONLY Which is TRUE of a vessel downbound with a following current when meeting an upbound vessel on the Western Rivers? She has the right of way only if she is power-driven. She does not have the right of way, since the other vessel is not crossing the river. Neither vessel has the right of way. She must wait for a whistle signal from the upbound vessel.
INLAND ONLY A power-driven vessel operating in a narrow channel with a following current on the Great Lakes or Western Rivers is meeting an upbound vessel. Which statement is TRUE? The upbound vessel must initiate the required maneuvering signals. The upbound vessel must propose the manner of passing. The down bound vessel has the right of way. All of the above.
INLAND ONLY A power-driven vessel proceeding downstream in a narrow channel on the Western Rivers sights another power-driven vessel moving upstream. Which vessel has the right of way? The vessel located more towards the channel centerline The vessel sounding the first whistle signal The vessel moving downstream with a following current The vessel moving upstream against the current
INLAND ONLY Which is TRUE of a power-driven vessel, bound downstream, when meeting an upbound vessel on the Western Rivers? She has the right-of-way. She shall propose the manner of passage. She shall initiate maneuvering signals. All of the above.
INLAND ONLY Which statement is TRUE of a power-driven vessel proceeding down bound with the current, when meeting an upbound vessel on the Western Rivers? She shall pass on the port side of the other. She shall not impede the upbound vessel. She shall propose the manner of passage. All of the above.
INLAND ONLY You are on a power-driven vessel proceeding down a channel, with the current, on a river on the Great Lakes System. If you meet another power-driven vessel who is upbound, what is your responsibility? backing down to get out of the way of the other vessel proposing a safe way to pass waiting for the other vessel to signal her intentions, and then answering promptly All of the above.
INLAND ONLY A 150-meter vessel is proceeding down the course of a narrow channel in the Great Lakes System. A 60-meter vessel is starting to cross the channel. Which statement is TRUE? The vessel in the channel must slow to her steerageway. The larger vessel is considered to be a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver. If the smaller vessel is engaged in fishing, she shall not impede the passage of the other vessel. The crossing vessel has the right of way.
INLAND ONLY You are approaching a vessel displaying the lights as shown in illustration D075RR below. What type of situation is this? meeting head-on situation overtaking situation crossing situation special circumstance situation
INLAND ONLY You are on vessel "A", and vessel "B" desires to overtake you on your starboard side as shown in illustration D031RR below. After the vessels have exchanged one blast signals what action should you take? alter course to the right to give vessel "B" more sea room slow your vessel until vessel "B" has passed alter course to the left to give vessel "B" more sea room hold course and speed
INLAND ONLY Which is TRUE of a vessel downbound with a following current when meeting an upbound vessel on the Western Rivers? She does not have the right of way, since the other vessel is not crossing the river. Neither vessel has the right of way. She has the right of way only if she is power-driven. She must wait for a whistle signal from the upbound vessel.
INLAND ONLY When two power-driven vessels are meeting on the Great Lakes, Western Rivers, or waters specified by the Secretary, where there is a current, which vessel shall sound the first passing signal? The vessel going upstream stemming the current The vessel down bound with a following current The vessel that is towing regardless of the current Either vessel
INLAND ONLY A power-driven vessel crossing a river on the Great Lakes or Western Rivers, must keep out of the way of which of the following power-driven vessels? descending the river with a tow ascending the river with a tow ascending the river without a tow All of the above.
INLAND ONLY You are in charge of a power-driven vessel crossing on the Western Rivers. You must keep out of the way of which vessel? sail vessel ascending the river sail vessel descending the river power-driven vessel ascending the river All of the above.
INLAND ONLY Your vessel is crossing a river on the Great Lakes System. A power-driven vessel is ascending the river, crossing your course from port to starboard. Which statement is TRUE? You are required to propose the manner of passage. The vessel ascending the river has the right of way. The other vessel must hold as necessary to allow you to pass. Your vessel has the right of way, but you are directed not to impede the other vessel.
INLAND ONLY A barge more than 50 meters long is required to show how many white anchor lights when anchored in a Secretary approved "special anchorage area"? 1 2 3 None
INLAND ONLY Which of the following is TRUE for a vessel of less than 20 meters in length at anchor at night in a "special anchorage area designated by the Secretary"? need show a light only on the approach of another vessel need not show any lights must show two white lights must show one white light
INLAND ONLY At night, a barge moored in a slip used primarily for mooring purposes shall exhibit which of the following? a white light at each corner a flashing yellow light at each corner a red light at the bow and stern no required lights
INLAND ONLY At night, which lights are required on barges moored in a group formation, more than two barges wide, and located where other vessels cannot navigate on both sides of the group? Two unobstructed all-round white lights Two red lights in a vertical line at the corner extremities of the group Two unobstructed all-round yellow lights All-round white lights placed at the corners of each barge in the group
INLAND ONLY The masthead light may be located at other than the fore and aft centerline on which power-driven vessel? which has separate sidelights carried on the outboard extremes of the vessel's breadth less than 12 meters in length engaged in fishing less than 20 meters in length
INLAND ONLY Which is a characteristic of a "special flashing light"? It must be of the same character and construction as the masthead light. It must show through an arc of not less than 180° nor more than 225°. It is required for all vessels being pushed ahead as part of a composite unit. All of the above.
INLAND ONLY What is true of a "special flashing light"? It may show through an arc of not less than 180°. It flashes at the rate of 120 flashes per minute. It is optional below the Baton Rouge Highway Bridge. All of the above.
INLAND ONLY Which statement is TRUE concerning lighting requirements for Great Lakes vessels? An all-round white light may be carried in lieu of the second masthead light and stern light. Great Lakes vessels are exempted from the requirement to show yellow towing lights. Sidelights for vessels over 50 meters are required to have only a two-mile range of visibility. The showing of a forward masthead light is optional for vessels under 150 meters.
INLAND ONLY At night, you see the lights shown in illustration D075RR below. These lights are shown by what type of vessel? tug pushing a barge ahead tug towing a barge astern barge being pushed ahead barge being towed astern
INLAND ONLY You are approaching a vessel displaying the lights as shown in illustration D075RR below. What type of situation is this? meeting head-on situation overtaking situation crossing situation special circumstance situation
INLAND ONLY Vessels "A" and "B" are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D041RR below and will pass 1/4 mile apart. Which light(s) on the tug & barge will you see if you are on vessel "A"? a special flashing light green sidelights two white masthead lights in a vertical line All of the above.
INLAND ONLY What lights will a single vessel being towed alongside show? only the outboard sidelight and a stern light a special flashing light, sidelights, and a stern light one all-round white light sidelights and a stern light
INLAND ONLY While underway at night, you see two yellow lights displayed in a vertical line. What do the lights indicate to you? opening in a pipeline vessel pushing ahead vessel fishing vessel broken down
INLAND ONLY Which lights are required for a barge, not part of a composite unit, being pushed ahead? Sidelights and a stern light Sidelights, a special flashing light, and a stern light Sidelights, a towing light, and a stern light Sidelights and a special flashing light
INLAND ONLY When is a vessel required to exhibit a special flashing light? when at anchor in a fairway when being pushed ahead when towed astern All of the above.
INLAND ONLY Which indicates the presence of a partly submerged object being towed? A diamond shape on the towed object An all-round light at each end of the towed object A searchlight beamed from the towing vessel in the direction of the tow All of the above.
INLAND ONLY Which lights are required for a single barge being towed alongside? Sidelights and a special flashing light Sidelights, a towing light, and a stern light Sidelights and a stern light Sidelights, a special flashing light, and a stern light
INLAND ONLY Which of the following signals may be exhibited by a vessel trawling in close proximity to other fishing vessels? Two fixed yellow lights in a vertical line A red light over a white light in a vertical line Two white lights in a vertical line All of the above.
INLAND ONLY Vessels engaged in fishing may show the additional signals as described in Rule 26 when they are in which of the following situations? in a narrow channel in close proximity to other vessels engaged in fishing trolling fishing in a traffic separation zone
INLAND ONLY If a towing vessel and her tow are severely restricted in their ability to deviate from their course, lights in addition to the towing identification lights must be shown. These additional lights shall be shown if the tow is which of the following? towed astern towed alongside pushed ahead All of the above.
INLAND ONLY You see the lights shown in illustration D085RR below while proceeding in a channel. What action should you take? Slow down and pass between the two sets of double red lights. Proceed at full sea speed through the two sets of double red lights. Stop the vessel and await the red lights to change to green. None of the above
INLAND ONLY While underway you sight the lights shown in illustration D081RR below with the yellow lights flashing. The lights displayed indicate which of the following? vessel not under command vessel aground mine clearance vessel dredge pipeline
INLAND ONLY While underway you sight the lights shown in illustration D081RR below with the yellow lights flashing. The lights displayed should have which of the following characteristics? visible at night and during periods of restricted visibility visible for at least one mile flashing at intervals of 120 flashes per minute more than 50 meters apart
INLAND ONLY Identify the operation indicated by the lights exhibited as shown in illustration D085RR below __________. A vessel aground assisted by tugs Aircraft carrier engaged in the launching and recovery of aircraft A submarine engaged in underway replenishment None of the above
INLAND ONLY You are on a power-driven vessel "I" as shown in illustration D036RR below. Vessel "II" is a power-driven vessel engaged in fishing that will pass within 1/2 a mile of your vessel. Which action should you take? Hold course and speed without giving a signal. Sound one short blast, reduce speed and turn to starboard. Sound the danger signal and reduce speed. Sound one short blast and await response from the fishing vessel.
INLAND ONLY Vessels "A" and "B" are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D041RR below and will pass 1/4 mile apart. Which statement is TRUE? Whistle signals must be exchanged in all situations when passing within one half mile. If a passing agreement is reached by radiotelephone whistle signals are still required. If a passing agreement is reached by radiotelephone, whistle signals are optional. None of the above
INLAND ONLY You are on a power-driven vessel "I" as shown in illustration D036RR below. Vessel "II" is a power-driven vessel engaged in fishing that will pass within 1/2 a mile of your vessel. You sound one short blast on the whistle. Vessel "II" does not sound any signal. Which action should you take? Sound two short blasts and change course to port. Sound the danger signal and reduce speed. Sound one short blast, reduce speed and turn to starboard. Hold course and speed without giving a signal.
INLAND ONLY You are crossing the course of another vessel which is to your starboard. You have reached an agreement by radiotelephone to pass astern of the other vessel. You MUST __________. sound two short blasts sound one short blast change course to starboard None of the above
INLAND ONLY Signals shall be sounded by a power-driven vessel intending to overtake __________. any vessel when within half a mile of that vessel any vessel when both are in sight of one another another power-driven vessel when both power-driven vessels are in sight of one another another power-driven vessel only when within half a mile of that power-driven vessel
INLAND ONLY Two power-driven vessels are crossing within a half a mile of each other as shown in illustration D042RR below. Vessel "A" sounds one short blast on the whistle. What action should vessel "B" take? sound one short blast and maintain course and speed sound the danger signal and slow to moderate speed alter course to the right or slowdown maintain course and speed without sounding any signals
INLAND ONLY You are overtaking another power-driven vessel in a narrow channel and wish to leave her on your starboard side. You may __________. attempt to contact her on the radiotelephone to arrange for the passage sound one short blast overtake her without sounding whistle signals sound four short blasts
INLAND ONLY While underway and in sight of another vessel a mile ahead you put your engines on astern propulsion. Which statement concerning whistle signals is TRUE? You must sound whistle signals only if the vessels are meeting. You must sound one blast if backing to starboard. You must sound three short blasts on the whistle. You need not sound any whistle signals.
INLAND ONLY Which statement is TRUE concerning a passing agreement made by radiotelephone? Whistle signals must still be exchanged when passing within half a mile of each other. A vessel which has made such an agreement must also sound whistle signals. If agreement is reached by radiotelephone, whistle signals are optional. Such an agreement is prohibited by the Rules.
INLAND ONLY You are on power-driven vessel "I" and in sight of power-driven vessel "II" as shown in illustration D036RR below. Vessel "II" sounds one short blast. What action should you take if you agree? sound one short blast and hold course and speed sound one short blast and slow down or turn to starboard sound the danger signal and slow to moderate speed hold course and speed and sound no signal
INLAND ONLY Vessel "A" is power-driven and overtaking power-driven vessel "B"as shown in illustration D017RR below and will pass without changing course. What signal should vessel "A" sound? no signal one prolonged blast one short blast two short blasts
INLAND ONLY One and two short blast signals must be sounded on inland waters when __________. two power-driven vessels are in sight of one another and will cross within one mile two power-driven vessels are in sight of one another and are meeting within a half mile two power-driven vessels are crossing within half a mile of each other and NOT in sight of each other two sailing vessels are in sight of one another and meeting within a quarter mile
INLAND ONLY Vessels "A" and "B" are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D029RR below and will pass about 1/4 mile apart. Which statement is TRUE? Both vessels should continue on course and pass without sounding any whistle signals. The vessels should exchange two blast whistle signals and pass port to port. The vessels should pass port to port and must sound whistle signals only if either vessel changes course. The vessels should exchange two blast whistle signals and pass starboard to starboard.
INLAND ONLY Maneuvering signals shall be sounded on inland waters by__________. all vessels when meeting, crossing, or overtaking and in sight of one another power-driven vessels overtaking and in sight of one another all vessels meeting or crossing at a distance within half a mile of each other and not in sight of one another power-driven vessels crossing at a distance within half a mile of each other and NOT in sight of one another
INLAND ONLY You are underway in a narrow channel, and are being overtaken by another power-driven vessel. The overtaking vessel sounds the signal indicating his intention to pass you on your starboard side. You signal your agreement by sounding __________. two prolonged followed by two short blasts two prolonged blasts one prolonged, one short, one prolonged, and one short blast in that order one short blast
INLAND ONLY Two power-driven vessels are meeting in the situation as shown in illustration D037RR below. What does one short blast from either vessel mean? "I am altering my course to starboard." "I intend to leave you on my port side." "I intend to pass on your starboard side." "I intend to hold course and speed."
INLAND ONLY You are aboard the stand-on vessel in a crossing situation. You sound a one blast whistle signal. The give-way vessel answers with a two blast whistle signal. You should sound the danger signal and take what action? take precautionary action until a safe passing agreement is made maintain course and speed as you are the stand-on vessel maneuver around the stern of the other vessel come around sharply to port
INLAND ONLY Two power-driven vessels are meeting in the situation as shown in illustration D037RR below and will pass within 1/2 mile of each other. What does two short blasts from either vessel mean? "I intend to leave you on my starboard side." "I intend to leave you on my port side." "I am altering my course to port." "I am altering my course to starboard."
INLAND ONLY Two power-driven vessels are crossing within a half a mile of each other as shown in illustration D042RR below. Vessel "A" sounds one short blast on the whistle. What should Vessel "B" sound? two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts two short blasts one short blast three short blasts
INLAND ONLY Two vessels are in a starboard to starboard meeting situation and will pass well clear approximately 1/4 mile apart. Which action should each vessel take? Sound a three blast whistle signal and turn to port. Sound a two blast whistle signal and maintain course. Sound a one blast whistle signal and turn to starboard. Maintain course and sound no signal.
INLAND ONLY You are on power driven vessel "A" in a narrow channel as shown in illustration D032RR below. Power driven vessel "B" sounds two short blasts. What signal should you sound if you are in agreement? sound two short blasts not answer the whistle signals from vessel "B" sound two prolonged followed by two short blasts None of the above
INLAND ONLY In a narrow channel, a power-driven vessel desiring to overtake another power-driven vessel on the other vessel's starboard side will sound a whistle signal of __________. two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts two short blasts one short blast two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast
INLAND ONLY While underway and in sight of another power driven vessel forward of your beam, more than 0.5 mile away, you put your engines full speed astern. Which statement concerning whistle signals is TRUE? You must sound three short blasts on the whistle. You must sound whistle signals only if the vessels are meeting. You must sound one blast if backing to starboard. You need not sound any whistle signals.
INLAND ONLY You are overtaking another power-driven vessel in a narrow channel. The other vessel will have to move to allow you to pass. You wish to overtake the other vessel on her starboard side. Your first whistle signal should be __________. two short blasts two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts one short blast two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast
INLAND ONLY You are overtaking another power-driven vessel and sound a whistle signal indicating that you intend to pass the vessel along her starboard side. If the other vessel answers your signal with five short and rapid blasts, you should __________. sound five short and rapid blasts and pass along her starboard side pass the other vessel along her starboard side not overtake the other vessel until she sounds another five short and rapid blast signal not overtake the other vessel until both vessels exchange the same passing signal
INLAND ONLY Under the Inland Navigation Rules, what is the meaning of a one short blast signal used when meeting another vessel? "I intend to leave you on my port side." "I intend to leave you on my starboard side." "I am turning to starboard." "I am turning to port."
INLAND ONLY You are approaching a sharp bend in a river. You have sounded a prolonged blast and it has been answered by a vessel on the other side of the bend. Which statement is TRUE? Both vessels must immediately sound passing signals whether or not they are in sight of each other. No further whistle signals are necessary. If power driven, both vessels must exchange passing signals when in sight and passing within one-half mile of each other. The vessel downriver must stop her engines and navigate with caution.
INLAND ONLY A power-driven vessel, when leaving a dock or berth, must sound what signal? No signal is required. Three short blasts A prolonged blast A long blast
INLAND ONLY You are overtaking another power-driven vessel and sound a whistle signal indicating that you intend to pass the vessel along her starboard side. If the other vessel answers your signal with five short and rapid blasts, you should __________. sound five short and rapid blasts and pass along her starboard side pass the other vessel along her starboard side not overtake the other vessel until both vessels exchange the same passing signal not overtake the other vessel until she sounds another five short and rapid blast signal
INLAND ONLY When you are overtaking another power-driven vessel and desire to pass on her left or port hand, you should sound __________. one long blast two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts two short blasts one short blast
INLAND ONLY You are overtaking another power-driven vessel in a narrow channel, and you wish to overtake on the other vessel's port side. You will sound a whistle signal of __________. two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts two short blasts one short blast
INLAND ONLY The stand-on vessel in a crossing situation sounds one short blast of the whistle. This means that the vessel __________. is changing course to port intends to hold course and speed is changing course to starboard intends to leave the other on her port side
INLAND ONLY When power-driven vessels are in a crossing situation, one short blast by either vessel would mean __________. "I request a departure from the rules" "I intend to hold course and speed" "I intend to leave you on my port side" "I intend to change course to starboard"
INLAND ONLY A power-driven vessel intends to overtake another power-driven vessel on the overtaken vessel's port side. Which whistle signal should be sounded in order to state this intention? 1 short blast 2 prolonged and 2 short blasts 2 prolonged and 1 short blasts 2 short blasts
INLAND ONLY You are meeting another vessel in inland waters, and she sounds one short blast on the whistle. This means that she __________. intends to leave you on her port side is changing course to port is changing course to starboard desires to depart from the Rules
INLAND ONLY A power-driven vessel, when leaving a dock or berth, is required to sound __________. one prolonged blast four short blasts one long blast no signal is required.
INLAND ONLY You are overtaking another power-driven vessel in a narrow channel. The other vessel will have to move to allow you to pass. You wish to overtake the other vessel and leave her on your starboard side. Your first whistle signal should be __________. one short blast two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts two short blasts
INLAND ONLY Which signal must a power-driven vessel give, in addition to one prolonged blast, when backing out of a berth with another vessel in sight 0.5 nm away? 1 blast 2 short blasts 3 short blasts no additional signal
INLAND ONLY A vessel leaving a dock or berth must sound a prolonged blast of the whistle only if __________. her engines are going astern visibility is restricted she is a power-driven vessel other vessels can be seen approaching
INLAND ONLY You are proceeding up a channel in Chesapeake Bay and are meeting an outbound vessel. There is no current. You MUST __________. give the outbound vessel the right-of-way propose or answer one- or two-blast whistle signals given by the other vessel if passing within 1/2 mile stop your vessel, letting the outbound vessel sound the signals for meeting and passing keep to that side of the channel which is on your vessel's port side
INLAND ONLY You are a power-driven vessel proceeding in a channel in inland waters and are meeting an outbound power-driven vessel. Your responsibilities include __________. stopping your vessel and letting the outbound vessel initiate signals for passing exchanging whistle signals if passing within half a mile giving the outbound vessel the right of way keeping to that side of the channel which is on your vessel's port side
INLAND ONLY A light used to signal passing intentions must be an __________. all-round white light only alternating white and yellow light alternating red and yellow light all-round white or yellow light
INLAND ONLY Which statement is TRUE concerning the light used for maneuvering signals? It must be an all-round light. It may be white or yellow. It must be synchronized with the whistle. All of the above.
INLAND ONLY Two power driven vessels, "A" and "B" , are meeting in a narrow channel as shown in illustration D029RR below. Which statement is TRUE concerning whistle signals between the vessels? Neither vessel should sound any signal as no course change is necessary. Both vessels should sound one short blast. Both vessels should sound two short blasts. Vessel "A" should sound one short blast and vessel "B" should sound two short blasts.
INLAND ONLY Which statement is TRUE concerning the fog signal of a canal boat 25 meters in length, anchored in a "special anchorage area" approved by the Secretary? The vessel shall ring a bell for 5 seconds every minute. The vessel shall sound one blast of the whistle every 2 minutes. The vessel shall sound three blasts on the whistle every 2 minutes. The vessel is not required to sound a fog signal.
INLAND ONLY Which statement is TRUE concerning the fog signal of a barge 35 meters in length, anchored in a "special anchorage area" approved by the Secretary? The vessel shall sound one blast of the whistle every 2 minutes. The vessel shall ring a bell for 5 seconds every minute. The vessel is not required to sound a fog signal. The vessel shall sound three blasts on the whistle every 2 minutes.
INLAND ONLY A commercial vessel engaged in public safety activities may display a(n) identity light(s). Which of the following is appropriate for these activities? flashing yellow light alternately flashing red and yellow light flashing blue light alternately flashing blue and red light
INLAND ONLY Which of the following may be displayed by a commercial vessel engaged in public safety activities? flashing yellow light alternately flashing blue and red light alternately flashing red and yellow light flashing blue light
INLAND ONLY You are the stand-on vessel in an overtaking situation. The other vessel is showing an alternately flashing red-and-yellow light. What action should you take? Alter course to assist Heave to Give-way Stand-on
INLAND ONLY Which of the following may be displayed by a law enforcement boat? flashing blue light flashing amber light blue flag flashing red light
INLAND ONLY A vessel engaged in public safety activities may display an alternately flashing red and yellow light. This special light may be used by a vessel engaged in which of the following? a pair of trawlers hauling nets river bank protection patrolling a regatta law enforcement
INLAND ONLY A vessel engaged in public safety activities may display an alternately flashing red and yellow light. This special light may be used by a vessel engaged in which of the following? law enforcement firefighting submarine operations river bank protection
INLAND ONLY Which light(s) are permitted ONLY for law enforcement vessels? a flashing yellow light an alternately flashing red and yellow light a flashing blue light two red lights in a vertical line
INLAND ONLY The special light for a vessel engaged in public safety activities must meet which of the following requirements? not be visible more than 22 1/2 degrees abaft the beam be as far forward as possible not interfere with the visibility of the navigation lights be on top of the mast or highest structure of the vessel
INLAND ONLY You sight a vessel displaying an alternating red and yellow light. What does this light indicate? a vessel restricted in its ability to maneuver a law enforcement vessel a vessel engaged in public safety activities a vessel in distress
INLAND ONLY While underway during the day you sight a small motorboat showing a flashing blue light. What does the blue light indicate? Coast Guard Auxiliary Vessel on regatta patrol law enforcement boat rescue boat boat involved in a race
INLAND ONLY A flashing blue light is used to identify which of the following vessels? dredge pipelines on trestles U.S. submarines air-cushion vessels in the nondisplacement mode law enforcement vessels
INLAND ONLY Passing signals shall be sounded on inland waters by __________. all vessels upon sighting another vessel rounding a bend in the channel a towing vessel when meeting another towing vessel on a clear day with a 0.6 mile CPA (Closest Point of Approach) a power-driven vessel when crossing less than half a mile ahead of another power-driven vessel All of the above.
INLAND ONLY When power-driven vessels are crossing, what does a signal of one short blast by either vessel mean? "I intend to change course to starboard" "I intend to hold course and speed" "I intend to leave you on my port side" "I am altering course to starboard"
INLAND ONLY When shall signals be sounded by a power-driven vessel intending to overtake another vessel? If both are in sight of one another If the vessel is within half a mile of that vessel If the vessel is power-driven, and are in sight of one another If another power-driven vessel is within half a mile
INLAND ONLY At night, a barge moored in a slip used primarily for mooring purposes shall exhibit which of the following? A white light at each corner A red light at the bow and stern A flashing yellow light at each corner No required lights
INLAND ONLY For the purpose of the Inland Navigation Rules, the term "Inland Waters" includes which of the following? The coastline of the United States out to one mile offshore Any lakes within state boundaries The Great Lakes on the United States side of the boundary The waters surrounding any islands of the U.S.
INLAND ONLY The masthead light may be located at other than the fore and aft centerline on which power-driven vessel? less than 12 meters in length engaged in fishing which has separate sidelights carried on the outboard extremes of the vessel's breadth less than 20 meters in length
INLAND ONLY The special light for a vessel engaged in public safety activities must meet which of the following requirements? be as far forward as possible not be visible more than 22 1/2 degrees abaft the beam be on top of the mast or highest structure of the vessel not interfere with the visibility of the navigation lights
INLAND ONLY Vessels "A" and "B" are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D041RR below and will pass 1/4 mile apart. Which is one of the lights on vessel "B" that you will see if you are on vessel "A"? yellow towing light red sidelight special flashing light All of the above
INLAND ONLY What lights are required for a barge being pushed ahead, not being part of a composite unit? Sidelights and a stern light Sidelights, a towing light, and a stern light Sidelights and a special flashing light Sidelights, a special flashing light, and a stern light
INLAND ONLY Which statement is TRUE concerning lighting requirements for Great Lakes vessels? Sidelights for vessels over 50 meters are required to have only a two-mile range of visibility. An all-round white light may be carried in lieu of the second masthead light and stern light. The showing of a forward masthead light is optional for vessels under 150 meters. Great Lakes vessels are exempted from the requirement to show yellow towing lights.
INLAND ONLY You are overtaking another power-driven vessel in a narrow channel and wish to leave her on your starboard side. You may __________. overtake her without sounding whistle signals sound one short blast sound four short blasts attempt to contact her on the radiotelephone to arrange for the passage
INLAND ONLY You sight a vessel displaying an alternating red and yellow light. What does this light indicate? a law enforcement vessel a vessel in distress a vessel restricted in its ability to maneuver a vessel engaged in public safety activities
INLAND ONLY When power-driven vessels are crossing, what does a signal of one short blast by either vessel mean? "I intend to change course to starboard" "I intend to hold course and speed" "I intend to leave you on my port side" "I am altering course to starboard"
INLAND ONLY When shall signals be sounded by a power-driven vessel intending to overtake another vessel? If both are in sight of one another If the vessel is within half a mile of that vessel If the vessel is power-driven, and are in sight of one another If another power-driven vessel is within half a mile
INLAND ONLY The term "Great Lakes", as defined by the Inland Rules of the Road, does NOT include which choice? The St. Lawrence River to Trois-Rivières Portions of the Calumet River Saginaw Bay Portions of the Chicago River
INLAND ONLY The term "Great Lakes", as defined by the Inland Rules of the Road, includes part of which river(s)? Chicago River St. Lawrence River Calumet River All of the above.
INLAND ONLY Two power-driven vessels are meeting on a clear day and will pass less than half a mile apart. Which is TRUE in this situation for whistle signals? must be exchanged if passing agreements have not been made by radio may be exchanged must be exchanged only if course changes are necessary by either vessel must be exchanged
INLAND ONLY Two power-driven vessels, "A" and "B", are meeting in a narrow channel as shown in illustration D029RR below. Which statement is TRUE concerning whistle signals between the vessels? Vessel "A" should sound one short blast and vessel "B" should sound two short blasts. Neither vessel should sound any signal as no course change is necessary. Both vessels should sound one short blast. Both vessels should sound two short blasts.
INLAND ONLY While underway in a harbor you hear a vessel sound a prolonged blast. What does this signal indicate? desires to overtake your vessel is backing her engines is moving from a dock is at anchor
INLAND ONLY You are overtaking another power-driven vessel and sound a whistle signal indicating that you intend to pass the vessel along her starboard side. If the other vessel answers your signal with five short and rapid blasts, what action should you take? not overtake the other vessel until she sounds another five short and rapid blast signal pass the other vessel along her starboard side not overtake the other vessel until both vessels exchange the same passing signal sound five short and rapid blasts and pass along her starboard side
INLAND ONLY You are overtaking another power-driven vessel in a narrow channel, and you wish to overtake on the other vessel's port side. What whistle signal would you sound? two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast two short blasts one short blast two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts
INLAND ONLY You are overtaking another power-driven vessel in a narrow channel. The other vessel will have to move to allow you to pass. You wish to overtake the other vessel on her starboard side. What should be your first whistle signal? two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts one short blast two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast two short blasts
INLAND ONLY Which of the following is true regarding a "special flashing light"? It must be placed as far forward as possible. It must be yellow in color. It must not show through an arc of more than 225°. All of the above.
INLAND ONLY Two power-driven vessels, "A" and "B", are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D041RR below and will pass about 1/4 mile apart. What action should the vessels take? Both vessels should continue on course and pass without sounding any whistle signals. The vessels should exchange two blast whistle signals and pass starboard to starboard. The vessels should exchange one blast whistle signals and pass starboard to starboard. The vessels should pass starboard to starboard and must sound whistle signals only if either vessel changes course.
INLAND ONLY You are overtaking another power-driven vessel in a narrow channel. The other vessel will have to move to allow you to pass. You wish to overtake the other vessel and leave her on your starboard side. What should be your first whistle signal? two short blasts two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast one short blast two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts
INLAND ONLY You are overtaking another power-driven vessel in a narrow channel. The other vessel will have to move to allow you to pass. You wish to overtake the other vessel and leave her on your starboard side. What would be your FIRST whistle signal? one short blast two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts two short blasts
INLAND ONLY Power-driven vessels "A" and "B" are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D041RR below and will pass about 1/4 mile apart. Which action should the vessels take? The vessels should exchange one blast whistle signals and pass starboard to starboard The vessels should pass starboard to starboard and must sound whistle signals only if either vessel changes course. The vessels should continue on course and pass without sounding any whistle signals. The vessels should exchange two blast whistle signals and pass starboard to starboard.
INLAND ONLY You are underway in a narrow channel, and are being overtaken by another power- driven vessel. The overtaking vessel sounds the signal indicating his intention to pass you on your starboard side. What is your signal of agreement? two prolonged blasts one short blast two prolonged followed by two short blasts one prolonged, one short, one prolonged, and one short blast in that order
INLAND ONLY You are on power-driven vessel "I" that is within half a mile of, and in sight of power-driven vessel "II" as shown in illustration D036RR below. Vessel "II" sounds one short blast. What action should you take if you agree? Sound at least five short and rapid blast and slow to moderate speed Hold course and speed and sound no signal Sound one short blast and slow down or turn to starboard Sound one short blast and hold course and speed
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which whistle signal may be sounded by one of two vessels in sight of each other? One short blast Four short blasts One short, one prolonged, and one short blast One prolonged blast
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Of the vessels listed, which must keep out of the way of all the others? A vessel on pilotage duty A vessel constrained by her draft A vessel engaged in fishing A vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which vessel may NOT exhibit two red lights in a vertical line? A trawler fishing in close proximity to other trawlers A vessel aground A vessel constrained by her draft A dredge
INTERNATIONAL ONLY In a crossing situation on international waters, a short blast by the give-way vessel indicates that the vessel __________. is turning to starboard is holding course and speed will keep out of the way of the stand-on vessel intends to pass port to port
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are underway in a narrow channel, and you are being overtaken by a vessel astern. After the overtaking vessel sounds the proper signal indicating his intention to pass your vessel on your starboard side, you signal your agreement by sounding __________. two prolonged blasts one short blast one prolonged, one short, one prolonged, and one short blast in that order two prolonged followed by two short blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Two power-driven vessels are crossing within one half mile of each other as shown in illustration D042RR below. Vessel "A" sounds one short blast of the whistle. What does this signal mean? "I am altering my course to port" "I intend to intend to overtake you on your port side" "I am intend to leave you on my starboard side" None of the above
INTERNATIONAL ONLY What shape is prescribed for a vessel constrained by her draft? A black cone, apex upward A cylinder A black cone, apex downward Two vertical black balls
INTERNATIONAL ONLY At night you sight the lights shown in illustration D066RR below. What do the lights indicate? A vessel engaged in fishing Two vessels pair trawling A tug with a tow alongside A ship being assisted by a tug
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Power driven vessels "A" and "B" are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D041RR below and will pass 1/4 mile apart. Which action should the vessels take? The vessels should continue on course and pass without sounding any whistle signals. The vessels should exchange two blast whistle signals and pass starboard to starboard. The vessels should exchange one blast whistle signals and pass starboard to starboard. The vessel with the tow should initiate the whistle signals.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY At night, a power-driven vessel less than 7 meters in length, with a maximum speed which does not exceed 7 knots, MUST show when underway at least __________. sidelights and a stern light one white 360° light a white light on the near approach of another vessel the lights required of a vessel less than 12 meters in length
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which of the following does NOT exhibit a yellow light? purse seiners air cushion vessels in a nondisplacement mode towing vessels pushing ahead U.S. submarines
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Of the vessels listed, which must keep out of the way of all the others? A vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver A vessel constrained by her draft A vessel engaged in fishing A vessel pushing a barge
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which statement applies to a vessel "constrained by her draft"? The vessel must be over 100 meters in length. She is designated as a "vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver". She is severely restricted in her ability to change her course because of her draft in relation to the available depth of water. The term applies only to vessels in marked channels.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Where do the International Rules of the Road apply? only to waters where foreign vessels travel to all waters which are not inland waters upon the high seas and connecting waters navigable by seagoing vessels only to waters outside the territorial waters of the United States
You are proceeding against the current on a river in the Great Lakes System. You are meeting a down bound vessel. Both vessels are power-driven. The other vessel sounds one short blast. You must __________. sound one short blast change course to port hold course and speed sound three short blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are on a vessel that cannot comply with the spacing requirement for masthead lights. What is required in this situation? The vessel must be altered to permit full compliance with the rules. The vessel must carry only the lights that comply with the rules; the others may be omitted. An all-round light should be substituted for the after masthead light and the stern light. The vessel's lights must comply as closely as possible, as determined by her government.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which vessel is NOT regarded as being "restricted in her ability to maneuver"? A vessel constrained by her draft A vessel servicing an aid to navigation A towing vessel with tow unable to deviate from its course A vessel engaged in dredging
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which statement is true concerning a vessel "constrained by her draft"? She is hampered because of her work. She is not under command. She must be a power-driven vessel. She may be a vessel being towed.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are operating a vessel in a narrow channel. Your vessel must stay within the channel to be navigated safely. Another vessel is crossing your course from starboard to port, and you are in doubt as to his intentions. According to Rule 9, you __________. must sound one prolonged and two short blasts may sound the danger signal are required to back down should sound one short blast to indicate that you are holding course and speed
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast on the whistle is a signal which could be sounded by a __________. mine clearing vessel fishing vessel vessel anchored vessel overtaking another in a narrow channel
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You intend to overtake a vessel in a narrow channel, and you intend to pass along the vessel's port side. How should you signal your intention? Two short blasts only Two prolonged blasts only Two short blasts followed by two prolonged blasts Two prolonged followed by two short blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A sailing vessel is overtaking a power-driven vessel in a narrow channel, so as to pass on the power-driven vessel's port side. The overtaken vessel will have to move to facilitate passage. The sailing vessel is the __________. give-way vessel and would sound two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts stand-on vessel and would sound no whistle signal stand-on vessel and would sound two short blasts give-way vessel and would sound no whistle signal
INTERNATIONAL ONLY In a narrow channel, a signal of intent which must be answered by the other vessel, is sounded during which of the following situations? meeting another head-on crossing the course of another overtaking another All of the above.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Your vessel is crossing a narrow channel. A vessel to port is within the channel and crossing your course. She is showing a black cylinder. What is your responsibility? Do not cross the channel if you might impede the other vessel. Hold your course and speed. Begin an exchange of passing signals. Sound the danger signal.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You intend to overtake a vessel in a narrow channel, and you intend to pass along the vessel's port side. How should you signal your intention? Two prolonged blasts Two prolonged followed by two short blasts No signal is necessary. Two short blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are in charge of a 250-meter freight vessel constrained by her draft proceeding down a narrow channel. There is a vessel engaged in fishing on your starboard bow half a mile away. According to Rule 9, which statement is TRUE? If you are in doubt as to the fishing vessel's intentions you may sound at least five short and rapid blasts on the whistle. You are to slow to bare steerageway until clear of the fishing vessel. You must sound one prolonged blast to alert the fishing vessel. You are not to impede the fishing vessel.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY In which case would an overtaking vessel sound a whistle signal of two prolonged followed by one short blast? When overtaking on open waters When no other vessels are in the immediate area When overtaking in a narrow channel When overtaking in restricted visibility
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are underway in a narrow channel, and you are being overtaken by a vessel astern. After the overtaking vessel sounds the proper signal indicating his intention to pass your vessel on your starboard side, you signal your agreement by sounding __________. two prolonged followed by two short blasts one prolonged, one short, one prolonged, and one short blast one short blast two prolonged blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY In a narrow channel, a vessel trying to overtake another on the other vessel's port side, would sound a whistle signal of __________. one short blast two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast two short blasts two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY In a narrow channel, an overtaking vessel which intends to pass on the other vessel's port side would sound __________. two short blasts one short blast two prolonged followed by two short blasts one prolonged followed by two short blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY In a narrow channel, an overtaking vessel which intends to PASS on the other vessel's port side would sound __________. two prolonged followed by two short blasts two short blasts one short blast one prolonged followed by two short blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY In international waters, you are on Vessel "I" in the situation as shown in illustration D036RR below. Vessel "II" sounds one short blast. Which action should you take? Sound two short blasts, slow down and turn to port Hold course and speed Sound one short blast and slow down or turn to starboard. Sound one short blast and hold course and speed.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Vessels "A" and "B" are in a crossing situation on the high seas as shown in illustration D014RR below. Vessel "B" sounds one short blast. What is the proper action for vessel "A" to take? Answer with one blast and keep clear of vessel "B" Answer with one blast and hold course and speed Sound danger signal Hold course and speed
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are approaching another vessel and will pass starboard to starboard without danger if no course changes are made. What action should you take? change course to the right and sound one blast hold course and sound a two blast whistle signal hold course and sound no whistle signal hold course and sound two prolonged and two short blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are on a power-driven vessel "I" as shown in illustration D036RR below. Vessel "II" is a vessel engaged in fishing. The vessels will pass within 1/2 mile of each other. Which action should you take? Sound one short blast and hold course and speed. Sound the danger signal and slow to moderate speed. Hold course and speed without giving a signal. Sound one short blast, turn to starboard.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are on a power-driven vessel "I" as shown in illustration D036RR below. Vessel "II" is a vessel engaged in fishing within 1/2 a mile of your vessel. Which action should you take? Sound one short blast, and await a response. Sound two short blasts, and await a response. Change course or speed to avoid vessel "II". Hold course and speed without giving a signal.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which statement is TRUE, according to the Rules? A vessel not under command shall avoid impeding the safe passage of a vessel constrained by her draft. A vessel not under command shall keep out of the way of a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver. A vessel constrained by her draft shall keep out of the way of a vessel engaged in fishing. A vessel engaged in fishing while underway shall, so far as possible, keep out of the way of a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which vessel shall avoid impeding the safe passage of a vessel constrained by her draft? A vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver A sailing vessel A vessel not under command All of the above.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which vessel shall avoid impeding the safe passage of a vessel constrained by her draft? A fishing vessel A vessel not under command A vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver All of the above.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which vessel is to keep out of the way of the others? A vessel constrained by her draft A vessel not under command A vessel engaged in underwater operations A vessel engaged in trawling
INTERNATIONAL ONLY What statement is TRUE when operating in fog and other vessels are detected by radar? You should determine the course and speed of all radar contacts at six minute intervals. You should make a series of small course alterations when maneuvering in order to continually assess the situation. You should make an ample change to port for a vessel crossing on the starboard bow. You should maneuver in accordance with the steering and sailing rules.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A wing in ground (WIG) craft cannot comply with the spacing requirement for masthead lights. What is required in this situation? The WIG must carry only the lights that comply with the rules; the others may be omitted. The WIG's lights must comply as closely as possible, as determined by her government. The WIG must be altered to permit full compliance with the rules. An all-round light should be substituted for the after masthead light and the stern light.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY While underway at night, a power-driven vessel of less than 7 meters in length, whose maximum speed which does not exceed 7 knots, may show which of the following? sidelights combined in a single lantern, only a lantern showing a white light exhibited in sufficient time to prevent collision, only one all-round white light, only an all-round flashing yellow light, only
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Vessels "A" and "B" are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D041RR below, and will pass 1/4 mile apart. Which light on vessel "B" will you see if you are on vessel "A"? flashing blue light two yellow towing lights special flashing yellow light None of the above
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A partially submerged object towed by a vessel, during the day, must display which of the following shapes? a diamond shape when the length of the tow is 200 meters or less a black ball a diamond shape when the length of the tow exceeds 200 meters in length a black ball only when the length of the tow exceeds 200 meters in length
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A power-driven vessel pushing ahead or towing alongside will show sidelights, a stern light, and __________. an all-round red light where it can best be seen two masthead lights in a vertical line two yellow masthead lights in a vertical line a single white light forward
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You see the lights shown in illustration D066RR below. What do these lights indicate? pilot vessel with a launch alongside vessel towing a barge alongside dredge working at anchor vessel pushing a barge ahead
INTERNATIONAL ONLY As seen in illustration D016RR below, which additional shape must you show on the forward end of an inconspicuous partially submerged vessel or object being towed more than 200 meters in length? A D B No day-shape must be shown.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Vessels "A" and "B" are meeting on a river as shown in illustration D041RR below and will pass 1/4 mile apart. If you are on vessel "A", in addition to the sidelight, which other light(s) will you see on vessel "B"? two yellow towing lights special flashing yellow light two white masthead lights in a vertical line None of the above
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A 20-meter power-driven vessel pushing ahead or towing alongside will display __________. a single white light forward two towing lights in a vertical line two all-round red lights where they can best be seen two masthead lights in a vertical line
INTERNATIONAL ONLY At night, you sight the lights shown in illustration D055RR below. What do the lights indicate? A tug with a tow alongside A pipeline A tug not under command A vessel fishing at anchor
INTERNATIONAL ONLY In addition to other required lights, a power-driven vessel pushing ahead or towing alongside displays __________. two lights on the stern, one yellow and one white two yellow towing lights in a vertical line two all-round red lights in a vertical line two white masthead lights in a vertical line
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A single vessel being towed alongside shall show__________. only the outboard sidelight and a stern light a masthead light, sidelights, and a stern light one all-round white light sidelights and a stern light
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A 20-meter power-driven vessel pushing ahead or towing alongside will display __________. a towing light above the stern light two masthead lights in a vertical line two towing lights in a vertical line two all-round red lights at the masthead
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A towing light is __________. white in color shown at the bow shown in addition to the stern light an all-round light
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Additional light signals are provided in the Annexes to the Rules for which of the following vessels? engaged in towing under sail engaged in fishing not under command
INTERNATIONAL ONLY If a towing vessel and her tow are severely restricted in their ability to deviate from their course, the towing vessel shall show lights in addition to her towing identification lights. These additional lights shall be shown if the tow is __________. towed alongside towed astern pushed ahead All of the above.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A vessel displaying three red lights in a vertical line is__________. not under command dredging constrained by her draft aground
INTERNATIONAL ONLY If a vessel displays three all-round red lights in a vertical line at night, during the day she may show __________. a cylinder three balls in a vertical line two cones, apexes together two diamonds in a vertical line
INTERNATIONAL ONLY To indicate that a vessel is constrained by her draft, a vessel may display, in a vertical line, __________. two 225° blue lights three 360° blue lights three 360° red lights two 225° red lights
INTERNATIONAL ONLY If you sighted three red lights in a vertical line on another vessel at night, it would be a vessel __________. aground moored over a wreck dredging constrained by her draft
INTERNATIONAL ONLY In addition to her running lights, an underway vessel constrained by her draft may carry in a vertical line __________. two white lights two red lights three red lights a red light, a white light, and a red light
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A vessel constrained by her draft may display __________. the same lights as a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver three all-round red lights in addition to the lights required for a power-driven vessel of her class three all-round red lights instead of the lights required for a power-driven vessel of her class the lights for a power-driven vessel which is not under command
INTERNATIONAL ONLY On open water, a power-driven vessel coming up dead astern of another vessel and altering her course to starboard so as to pass on the starboard side of the vessel ahead would sound __________. two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast one long and one short blast one short blast two short blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are on vessel "A" as shown in illustration D032RR below. Vessel "B" sounds two short blasts. What action should you take? sound two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts not answer the whistle signal from vessel "B" sound one prolonged, one short, one prolonged and one short blasts sound two short blasts and maintain course and speed
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A power-driven vessel leaving a quay or wharf must sound what signal? A prolonged blast A long blast No signal is required. Three short blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A signal of intent must be sounded in international waters during which of the following situations? a vessel meeting another head-on a vessel overtaking another in a narrow channel a vessel crossing the course of another the give-way vessel in a crossing situation
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A signal of one prolonged, one short, one prolonged, and one short blast, in that order is given by a vessel __________. in distress engaged on pilotage duty being overtaken in a narrow channel at anchor
INTERNATIONAL ONLY When moving from a berth alongside a quay (wharf), a vessel must sound __________. a long blast three short blasts a prolonged blast no signal is required.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A vessel sounds one short blast. This signal indicates the vessel __________. intends to pass starboard to starboard is altering course to starboard intends to alter course to starboard intends to pass port to port
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast on the whistle is a signal which would be sounded by a vessel __________. overtaking another in a narrow channel anchored engaged in mineclearance engaged in fishing
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A whistle signal of one prolonged, one short, one prolonged and one short blast, is sounded by a vessel __________. being overtaken in a narrow channel at anchor towing a submerged object in distress
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Your vessel is backing out of a slip in a harbor and you can see that other vessels are approaching. You should sound which of the following signals? one prolonged blast followed by three short blasts when the last line is taken aboard one prolonged blast only three short blasts when leaving the slip the danger signal
INTERNATIONAL ONLY On open water two vessels are in an overtaking situation. The overtaking vessel has just sounded one short blast on the whistle. What is the meaning of this whistle signal? "I will maintain course and speed and pass you on your starboard side." "I am changing course to starboard." "On which side should I pass?" "I request permission to pass you on my port side."
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Two power-driven vessels are crossing within one half mile of each other as shown in illustration D042RR below. Vessel "A" sounds one short blast of the whistle. What action should vessel "B" take? maintain course and speed alter course to the right or slowdown sound one short blast and maintain course and speed sound the danger signal and slow to moderate speed
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Vessel "A" is overtaking vessel "B" on open waters as shown in illustration D017RR below and will pass without changing course. What signal should vessel "A" sound? no whistle signal two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts two short blasts at least five short and rapid blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Two power-driven vessels are meeting in the situation as shown in illustration D037RR below. What does one short blast from either vessel mean? "I intend to hold course and speed." "I am altering my course to starboard." "I intend to leave you on my port side." "I am altering my course to port."
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Two power-driven vessels are meeting in the situation as shown in illustration D037RR below. What does two short blasts from either vessel mean? "I am altering my course to port." "I am altering my course to starboard." "I intend to leave you on my port side." "I am operating astern propulsion."
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Two power-driven vessels are crossing within one half mile of each other as shown in illustration D042RR below. Vessel "A" sounds one short blast of the whistle. What is vessel "B" in this situation? burdened vessel give-way vessel overtaking vessel None of the above
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Two power-driven vessels are crossing within one half mile of each other as shown in illustration D042RR below. Vessel "A" sounds one short blast of the whistle. What signal should vessel "B" Sound? one prolonged, one short, one prolonged and one short blasts one short blast two short blasts None of the above
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Two power-driven vessels are crossing within one half mile of each other as shown in illustration D042RR below. Vessel "A" sounds one short blast of the whistle. What does this signal mean? "I am operating astern propulsion" "I intend to overtake you on your starboard side" "I intend to leave you on my port side" None of the above
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are in sight of another vessel in a crossing situation, and the other vessel sounds one short blast. You are going to hold course and speed. You should __________. answer with one short blast sound no whistle signal answer with two short blasts sound the danger signal
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Vessel "A" is overtaking vessel "B" on open waters as shown in illustration D017RR below and will pass without changing course. What action should Vessel "A" take? should sound the danger signal should sound one long blast should sound two short blasts need not sound any whistle signals
INTERNATIONAL ONLY When two vessels are in sight of one another, all of the following signals may be given EXCEPT __________. a light signal of at least five short and rapid flashes two short whistle blasts four short whistle blasts one prolonged, one short, one prolonged and one short whistle blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY When two vessels are in sight of one another and NOT in or near an area of restricted visibility, any of the following signals may be given EXCEPT __________. one prolonged, one short, one prolonged, and one short whistle blasts a light signal of at least five short and rapid flashes two short whistle blasts four short whistle blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY What characteristic must a light used to indicate passing intentions have? It can be either an all-round white or yellow light. It must be an all-round white light. It must be an all-round yellow light. It must be an all-round red light.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY What whistle signal, if any, would be sounded when two vessels are meeting, but will pass clear starboard to starboard? One short blast Two short blasts Five or more short blasts No signal is required.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Vessel "A" is overtaking vessel "B" on open waters and will pass without changing course. Vessel "A" __________. should sound the danger signal should sound two short blasts should sound one long blast will not sound any whistle signals
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which signal is required to be sounded by a power-driven vessel ONLY? A signal meaning, "I intend to overtake you on your starboard side." A signal meaning that the vessel sounding it is in doubt as to the other vessel's actions. A signal meaning, "I am altering my course to starboard." A signal sounded when approaching a bend.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are on a power-driven vessel, maneuvering as authorized, and are in sight of another vessel. You put your engines full speed astern, which statement concerning whistle signals is TRUE? You need not sound any whistle signals. You must sound whistle signals only if the vessels are meeting. You must sound one blast if backing to starboard. You must sound three short blasts on the whistle.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which signal is sounded ONLY by a vessel in sight of another and NOT in or near an area of restricted visibility? Four short blasts on the whistle One short, one prolonged, and one short blast on the whistle One short blast on the whistle One prolonged blast on the whistle
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which signal is sounded ONLY by a vessel in sight of another? One prolonged blast on the whistle One short, one prolonged, and one short blast on the whistle One short blast on the whistle Four short blasts on the whistle
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A light used to signal passing intentions must be an__________. all-round white light only alternating red and yellow light alternating white and yellow light all-round white or yellow light
INTERNATIONAL ONLY The light which may be used with a vessel's whistle is to be __________. used prior to sounding the whistle used only at night used when the whistle is broken a white light
INTERNATIONAL ONLY The light which may be used with a vessel's whistle must be __________. used only at night used when the whistle is broken a white light used prior to sounding the whistle
INTERNATIONAL ONLY When vessels are in sight of one another, two short blasts from one of the vessels means __________. "I am altering my course to port" "I intend to change course to port" "I am altering my course to starboard" "I intend to change course to starboard"
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A vessel sounds two short blasts. This signal indicates the vessel __________. intends to alter course to port intends to pass starboard to starboard is altering course to port will alter course to port
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Two power-driven vessels are meeting. A two blast whistle signal by either vessel means __________. "I am altering course to port" "I desire to pass port to port" "I desire to pass starboard to starboard" "I intend to alter course to port"
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are in sight of a power-driven vessel that sounds two short blasts of the whistle. This signal means that the vessel __________. intends to leave you on her port side intends to leave you on her starboard side is altering course to starboard is altering course to port
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Your vessel is backing out of a slip in a harbor. Visibility is restricted. You should sound __________. one prolonged blast only one prolonged blast followed by three short blasts when leaving the slip the danger signal one prolonged blast followed by three short blasts when the last line is taken aboard
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which signal may be sounded ONLY by vessels in restricted visibility? Two short blasts Four short blasts One prolonged, one short, one prolonged, and one short blast, in that order At least five short and rapid blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY While underway and in sight of another vessel you put your engines on astern propulsion. Which statement concerning whistle signals is TRUE? You must sound one blast if backing to starboard. You need not sound any whistle signals. You must sound three short blasts on the whistle. You must sound whistle signals only if the vessels are meeting.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are underway on the high seas in restricted visibility. You hear a fog signal of one prolonged and two short blasts. It could be any of the following EXCEPT a vessel __________. minesweeping being towed engaged in fishing constrained by her draft
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A vessel not under command sounds the same fog signal as a vessel __________. towing constrained by her draft under sail All of the above.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which vessel would NOT sound a fog signal of one prolonged and two short blasts? A vessel being towed A vessel constrained by her draft A vessel not under command A vessel sailing
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are underway in fog and hear a fog signal consisting of one prolonged and two short blasts. It could be any of the following EXCEPT a vessel __________. constrained by her draft engaged in mineclearance being towed engaged in fishing
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You have sighted three red lights in a vertical line on another vessel dead ahead at night. Which vessel would display these lights? A vessel dredging A vessel moored over a wreck A vessel aground A vessel constrained by her draft
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are in sight of another vessel in a crossing situation, and the other vessel sounds one short blast. You are going to hold course and speed. Which statement is CORRECT? Sound no whistle signal Sound the danger signal Answer with one short blast Answer with two short blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A wing in ground (WIG) craft cannot comply with the spacing requirement for masthead lights. What is required in this situation? An all-round light should be substituted for the after masthead light and the stern light. The WIG must be altered to permit full compliance with the rules. The WIG's lights must comply as closely as possible, as determined by her government. The WIG must carry only the lights that comply with the rules; the others may be omitted.
INTERNATIONAL ONLY At night, you sight the lights shown in illustration D055RR below. What do the lights indicate? A tug not under command A vessel fishing at anchor A pipeline A tug with a tow alongside
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Of the vessels listed, which must keep out of the way of all the others? A vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver A vessel engaged in fishing A vessel constrained by her draft A vessel on pilotage duty
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which vessel is to keep out of the way of the others? A vessel not under command A vessel engaged in trawling A vessel engaged in underwater operations A vessel constrained by her draft
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You have sighted three red lights in a vertical line on another vessel dead ahead at night. Which vessel would display these lights? A vessel constrained by her draft A vessel moored over a wreck A vessel dredging A vessel aground
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Your vessel is backing out of a slip in a harbor. Visibility is restricted. Which signal are you required to sound? One prolonged blast followed by three short blasts when the last line is taken aboard One prolonged blast only Five short and rapid blasts One prolonged blast followed by three short blasts when leaving the slip
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You have sighted three red lights in a vertical line on another vessel dead ahead at night. Which vessel would display these lights? A vessel dredging A vessel moored over a wreck A vessel aground A vessel constrained by her draft
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are in sight of another vessel in a crossing situation, and the other vessel sounds one short blast. You are going to hold course and speed. Which statement is CORRECT? Sound no whistle signal Sound the danger signal Answer with one short blast Answer with two short blasts
INTERNATIONAL ONLY In a narrow channel, a vessel trying to overtake another on the other vessel's port side, would sound which whistle signal? Two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts Two short blasts Two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast One short blast
INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are underway in a narrow channel, and you are being overtaken by a vessel astern. After the overtaking vessel sounds the proper signal indicating his intention to pass your vessel on your starboard side, which signal would you sound to indicate your agreement? One short, one prolonged, one short, and one prolonged blast Two prolonged blasts Two prolonged followed by two short blasts One prolonged, one short, one prolonged, and one short blast
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A signal of one prolonged, one short, one prolonged, and one short blast, in that order is given by which vessel? A vessel being overtaken in a narrow channel A vessel in distress A vessel engaged on pilotage duty underway A vessel at anchor
INTERNATIONAL ONLY In a narrow channel, an overtaking vessel which intends to pass on the other vessel's port side would sound which signal? Two prolonged followed by two short blasts Two short blasts One prolonged followed by two short blasts One short blast
INTERNATIONAL ONLY A vessel constrained by her draft may display which lights? Three all-round red lights in addition to the lights required for a power-driven vessel of her class Three all-round red lights instead of the lights required for a power-driven vessel of her class The lights for a power-driven vessel which is not under command The same lights as a vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver
INTERNATIONAL ONLY Which is TRUE for a light used to signal passing intentions? The light must be an all-round white light only The light must be an all-round white or yellow light The light must be an alternating red and yellow light The light must be an alternating white and yellow light