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In a man overboard situation, the navigator should immediately
A power vessel displaying three white lights forward in a vertical line:
One fo the basic differences between diesel and gasoline engines is
An aid to navigation is floating in a channel T intersection and painted red over green; you should consider
A vessel that is not under command must give way to
When fueling a gasoline vessel, you always hold the fuel nozzel in the center of the fuel intake and avoid having the nozzel contact the edge of the fuel pipe so as not to cause a spark.
If you are 12 miles at sea, you may legally dump plastic
When computing speed, time and distance, use the formula
Admiral Sir Francis Beaufort developed a scale to measure wind in the 1850's; his scale went from zero to
The relative bearing that is located 112.5 degrees from the bow along the right side of the boat is
On a 17' sailing vessel, like a Hobie Cat, you must have a throwable device
in the case of fire, man overboard or collision, the FIRST thing you must do is
An aid to navigation on a chart that appears in pairs, wisible for one direction only, and marked with a broken line between the two markers, is known as a
When establishing a danger bearing, the line of position is labeled with the degrees and NMT or NLT
A power vessel engaged in iderwater operations (restricted ability to maneuver) has the right of way over a vessel that is not under command.
According to Safty Afloat rules, the following vessels are not authorized for use in BSA activities
The best knot to secure loop in a line that will not slip is
Safe Swim defense DOES NOT apply to
You are operating a power boat in a channel. A sailboat under sail only is crossing the channel. You are the stand on the vessel.
An 18' sailboat operating under sail only during the day must have
A rectuagular yellow marker with the letter "A" in the center means
The system of aids to navigation in the United States is known as the
Water skiers have right of way in an anchorage or channel.
Two sailing vessels approach each other with wind of different sides. The stand-on vessel is
A vessel displaying lights red over green in the rigging is most likely
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