Sea Scout Advanced Leadership Training Online Exam (Test Site)

Seamanship

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You are the lookout on a power vessel underway. You see two lights on another vessel in the rigging in a vertical line, red over green. This vessel is:

2

Due to the small sixe, when operating a 12' rowboat, you do not need to have a type I, II or III life jacket on board

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The system of buoys in the United States is called

4

The standard ratio of length of anchor rode to vertical depth of water in normal conditions is

5

A vessel is considered to be proceeding from seaward when proceeding:

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The most widely used anchor on a small vessel is

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The law requires that vessels over 16 feet in length must have aboard

8

When fighting a Class A fire on your boat, you should use the following extinguisher

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If you are in the water and see a solid green light moving left to right, you are looking at

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A green channel marker may display one of the following numbers

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A rope is a hawser if it is at least [____] inches in diameter.

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You are attempting to get underway from a pier on your port side in a power boat that is situated between two other large vessels. The wind is on your starboard side. You should set a spring line on your port side and then

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In an emergency, a ship may use charcoal as a heat source inside the vessel provided that the charcoal is well contained in a BBQ so there is no chance of fire

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When setting the anchor, be sure that you

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A vessel that is displaying a 360 degree red over green light in a vertical line is a

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A red and white vertically striped marker is most likely what type of marker?

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Under Rule 5, if you are underway on a small vessel with only three people on board, it is not necessary to have a lookout

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In a small vessel, if the wind picks up, look for a buoy to tow your vessel to until the wind subsides

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The most widly used anchor on a small craft is

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A flag flown from shore, square in shape with a black square in the center, indicates

21

One required by law option for a Hobie 16 (16.4') sailing vessel operating at night to have onboard would be:

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You are getting underway in a 25' single screw power boat. You are alongside starboard side to the dock. A 15 Kt wind is on your port side and pushing you against the dock. You will cast off your lines, leaving your starboard spring line fast and

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When caught in heavy weather (25 kts of wind and 12 foot seas) in a small 25' boat, you should

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You are a power vessel You are approaching another vessel that sounds a horn signal of three short blasts That vessel is preparing to:

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All vessels are required to display a 360 degree white light when at anchor at night

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