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You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(B) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(C) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
(D) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(B) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(C) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
> (D) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
You are underway on a tanker and observe the lights illustrated on a steady bearing and at decreasing range on the PORT bow. What do you do?
(A) Maintain course and speed keeping a careful watch on the bearing of the other vessel.
(B) Stand on to see if the other vessel takes any action.
(C) Alter course to STARBOARD and sound ONE short blast.
(D) Alter course to PORT and sound two short blasts.
You are underway on a tanker and observe the lights illustrated on a steady bearing and at decreasing range on the PORT bow. What do you do?
(A) Maintain course and speed keeping a careful watch on the bearing of the other vessel.
(B) Stand on to see if the other vessel takes any action.
> (C) Alter course to STARBOARD and sound ONE short blast.
(D) Alter course to PORT and sound two short blasts.
This vessel sounds one short blast. What does this mean?
(A) I am operating stern propulsion.
(B) I am altering my course to port.
(C) I am altering my course to starboard.
(D) I intend to overtake you on your port side.
This vessel sounds one short blast. What does this mean?
(A) I am operating stern propulsion.
(B) I am altering my course to port.
> (C) I am altering my course to starboard.
(D) I intend to overtake you on your port side.
Which of the following is NOT a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre?
(A) A loaded VLCC, navigating in a fairway.
(B) A tanker underway refueling a warship.
(C) A minesweeper engaged in minesweeping operations.
(D) A vessel servicing a navigation buoy.
Which of the following is NOT a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre?
> (A) A loaded VLCC, navigating in a fairway.
(B) A tanker underway refueling a warship.
(C) A minesweeper engaged in minesweeping operations.
(D) A vessel servicing a navigation buoy.
This vessel is signaling two flashes at intervals. What is the meaning of this signal?
(A) I intend to overtake you on your starboard side.
(B) I do not understand your intentions / actions.
(C) I am altering my course to port.
(D) I intend to overtake you on your port side.
This vessel is signaling two flashes at intervals. What is the meaning of this signal?
(A) I intend to overtake you on your starboard side.
(B) I do not understand your intentions / actions.
> (C) I am altering my course to port.
(D) I intend to overtake you on your port side.
You observe this vessel on a steady bearing at range 3 miles. What action should you take?
(A) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(B) Sound five short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
(C) Sound two short blasts and alter to port.
(D) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
You observe this vessel on a steady bearing at range 3 miles. What action should you take?
(A) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(B) Sound five short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
(C) Sound two short blasts and alter to port.
> (D) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
(A) May be any length but probably 50 metres or more in length.
(B) Less than 50 metres in length.
(C) No indication of length.
(D) Less than 20 metres in length.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
> (A) May be any length but probably 50 metres or more in length.
(B) Less than 50 metres in length.
(C) No indication of length.
(D) Less than 20 metres in length.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A power driven vessel.
(B) Vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations.
(C) A vessel at anchor.
(D) A sailing vessel.
What type of vessel is shown here?
> (A) A power driven vessel.
(B) Vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations.
(C) A vessel at anchor.
(D) A sailing vessel.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
(B) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(C) Make a substantial alteration of course to starboard.
(D) Stand on - with caution. The other vessel should give way.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
(B) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
> (C) Make a substantial alteration of course to starboard.
(D) Stand on - with caution. The other vessel should give way.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel which is aground.
(B) A vessel constrained by draught.
(C) A vessel engaged in fishing.
(D) A vessel engaged in towing.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel which is aground.
(B) A vessel constrained by draught.
> (C) A vessel engaged in fishing.
(D) A vessel engaged in towing.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(B) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(C) Alter course parallel to other vessel's course.
(D) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
> (A) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(B) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(C) Alter course parallel to other vessel's course.
(D) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
What signal shall a vessel sound when nearing a bend or an area of narrow channels or fairway where other vessels may be obscured by an intervening obstruction?
(A) One prolonged blast.
(B) Two short blasts.
(C) Two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts.
(D) At least five short and rapid blasts.
What signal shall a vessel sound when nearing a bend or an area of narrow channels or fairway where other vessels may be obscured by an intervening obstruction?
> (A) One prolonged blast.
(B) Two short blasts.
(C) Two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts.
(D) At least five short and rapid blasts.
You are heading west and observe a north cardinal buoy dead ahead. What action do you take?
(A) Wait until you can see a port hand buoy.
(B) Alter course to port.
(C) Wait until you can see a starboard hand buoy.
(D) Alter course to starboard.
You are heading west and observe a north cardinal buoy dead ahead. What action do you take?
(A) Wait until you can see a port hand buoy.
(B) Alter course to port.
(C) Wait until you can see a starboard hand buoy.
> (D) Alter course to starboard.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A trawler.
(B) A vessel not under command.
(C) A pilot vessel.
(D) A vessel constrained by her draught.
What type of vessel is shown here?
> (A) A trawler.
(B) A vessel not under command.
(C) A pilot vessel.
(D) A vessel constrained by her draught.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations.
(B) A vessel at anchor.
(C) A vessel engaged in mine clearance.
(D) A sailing vessel.
What type of vessel is shown here?
> (A) A vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations.
(B) A vessel at anchor.
(C) A vessel engaged in mine clearance.
(D) A sailing vessel.
What is the duration of a "'short blast" on the whistle?
(A) One second.
(B) Four seconds.
(C) Three seconds.
(D) Two seconds.
What is the duration of a "'short blast" on the whistle?
> (A) One second.
(B) Four seconds.
(C) Three seconds.
(D) Two seconds.
At night, in addition to her sidelights, what else must a sailing vessel show?
(A) A white light in the direction of an approaching vessel.
(B) A stern light.
(C) A white light.
(D) Red over green masthead lights.
At night, in addition to her sidelights, what else must a sailing vessel show?
(A) A white light in the direction of an approaching vessel.
> (B) A stern light.
(C) A white light.
(D) Red over green masthead lights.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in fishing other than a trawler.
(B) A trawler.
(C) A vessel not under command.
(D) A pilot vessel.
What type of vessel is shown here?
> (A) A vessel engaged in fishing other than a trawler.
(B) A trawler.
(C) A vessel not under command.
(D) A pilot vessel.
What is the fog signal of this vessel?
(A) Four short blasts at 2 minute intervals.
(B) One ( if making way ) or two ( if stopped ) prolonged blasts at intervals of 2 minutes.
(C) Bell 5 seconds followed by gong 5 seconds every 1 minute.
(D) Rapid ringing of the bell for 5 seconds every 1 minute.
What is the fog signal of this vessel?
(A) Four short blasts at 2 minute intervals.
> (B) One ( if making way ) or two ( if stopped ) prolonged blasts at intervals of 2 minutes.
(C) Bell 5 seconds followed by gong 5 seconds every 1 minute.
(D) Rapid ringing of the bell for 5 seconds every 1 minute.
What do these lights indicate?
(A) A vessel being towed..
(B) A pushing vessel and a vessel pushed ahead as a composite unit.
(C) A power-driven vessel underway when towing . the length of the tow exceeds 200m.
(D) A power-driven vessel underway.
What do these lights indicate?
(A) A vessel being towed..
(B) A pushing vessel and a vessel pushed ahead as a composite unit.
(C) A power-driven vessel underway when towing . the length of the tow exceeds 200m.
> (D) A power-driven vessel underway.
You sight a vessel bearing 3 points abaft the starboard beam. Sometime later, it is bearing 3 points forward of the starboard beam. Which of the following circumstances apply?
(A) Two vessels with the same speed and course.
(B) A vessel overtaking situation.
(C) Two power-driven vessels crossing with no risk of collision.
(D) Two power-driven vessels meeting.
You sight a vessel bearing 3 points abaft the starboard beam. Sometime later, it is bearing 3 points forward of the starboard beam. Which of the following circumstances apply?
(A) Two vessels with the same speed and course.
> (B) A vessel overtaking situation.
(C) Two power-driven vessels crossing with no risk of collision.
(D) Two power-driven vessels meeting.
What signals must a vessel at anchor display?
(A) A large black square by day and a flashing white light at night.
(B) Code flag 'B' by day and a red light at night.
(C) Code flag 'A' by day and a red light at night.
(D) A black ball hoisted at the bow by day and all round white lights at night.
What signals must a vessel at anchor display?
(A) A large black square by day and a flashing white light at night.
(B) Code flag 'B' by day and a red light at night.
(C) Code flag 'A' by day and a red light at night.
> (D) A black ball hoisted at the bow by day and all round white lights at night.
Whilst proceeding along a narrow channel. the vessel astern sounds two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts. What does this mean?
(A) I am altering my course to port.
(B) I intend to overtake you on your starboard side.
(C) I am altering my course to starboard.
(D) I intend to overtake you on your port side.
Whilst proceeding along a narrow channel. the vessel astern sounds two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts. What does this mean?
(A) I am altering my course to port.
(B) I intend to overtake you on your starboard side.
(C) I am altering my course to starboard.
> (D) I intend to overtake you on your port side.
A vessel is at anchor and displaying. two anchor lights. What is the minimum vertical distance between the forward anchor light and the after anchor light?
(A) Not less than 2 metres.
(B) Not less than 4 metres.
(C) Not less than 4.5 metres.
(D) At least 1.5 metres.
A vessel is at anchor and displaying. two anchor lights. What is the minimum vertical distance between the forward anchor light and the after anchor light?
(A) Not less than 2 metres.
(B) Not less than 4 metres.
> (C) Not less than 4.5 metres.
(D) At least 1.5 metres.
What additional lights does a vessel constrained by its draught have to show?
(A) Two red lights in a vertical line.
(B) Red and white lights in a vertical line.
(C) Red, white, red lights in a vertical line.
(D) Three red lights in a vertical line.
What additional lights does a vessel constrained by its draught have to show?
(A) Two red lights in a vertical line.
(B) Red and white lights in a vertical line.
(C) Red, white, red lights in a vertical line.
> (D) Three red lights in a vertical line.
A fishing vessel is showing a basket and a single cone apex upwards? In which direction do the nets lie?
(A) From the cone towards the basket.
(B) Astern.
(C) From the basket towards the cone.
(D) Ahead.
A fishing vessel is showing a basket and a single cone apex upwards? In which direction do the nets lie?
(A) From the cone towards the basket.
(B) Astern.
> (C) From the basket towards the cone.
(D) Ahead.
Which of the following vessels may use inshore traffic zones in all circumstances?
(A) All of the other options.
(B) Vessels less than 20 metres in length and sailing vessels.
(C) Vessels towing which are severely restricted in their ability to manoeuvre.
(D) Vessels not under command and vessels restricted in their ability to manoeuvre.
Which of the following vessels may use inshore traffic zones in all circumstances?
(A) All of the other options.
> (B) Vessels less than 20 metres in length and sailing vessels.
(C) Vessels towing which are severely restricted in their ability to manoeuvre.
(D) Vessels not under command and vessels restricted in their ability to manoeuvre.
What is the range of the mastlight being displayed by this ship?
(A) 3 miles
(B) 6 miles
(C) 2 miles
(D) 5 miles
What is the range of the mastlight being displayed by this ship?
(A) 3 miles
> (B) 6 miles
(C) 2 miles
(D) 5 miles
In what situation would you expect a vessel to show these lights?
(A) When unable to manoeuvre
(B) When on pilotage duty
(C) When not under command
(D) When towing
In what situation would you expect a vessel to show these lights?
> (A) When unable to manoeuvre
(B) When on pilotage duty
(C) When not under command
(D) When towing
You intend overtaking a vessel in a narrow channel and signal your intentions. The vessel ahead sounds 5 short and rapid blasts. What does this mean?
(A) I do not understand your intentions/actions.
(B) I am altering my course to starboard.
(C) I am operating stern propulsion.
(D) I am altering my course to port.
You intend overtaking a vessel in a narrow channel and signal your intentions. The vessel ahead sounds 5 short and rapid blasts. What does this mean?
> (A) I do not understand your intentions/actions.
(B) I am altering my course to starboard.
(C) I am operating stern propulsion.
(D) I am altering my course to port.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in mine clearance operations.
(B) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
(C) A vessel engaged in dredging underwater operations.
(D) A vessel constrained by draught.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in mine clearance operations.
> (B) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
(C) A vessel engaged in dredging underwater operations.
(D) A vessel constrained by draught.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A sailing vessel.
(B) A power driven vessel.
(C) A vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations.
(D) A vessel at anchor.
What type of vessel is shown here?
> (A) A sailing vessel.
(B) A power driven vessel.
(C) A vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations.
(D) A vessel at anchor.
For a power driven vessel less than 30 metres in length and 5 metres beam, at what height above the hull should the mastlight be carried?
(A) Not less than 20 metres
(B) Not less than 12 metres
(C) Not less than 9 metres
(D) Not less than 6 metres
For a power driven vessel less than 30 metres in length and 5 metres beam, at what height above the hull should the mastlight be carried?
(A) Not less than 20 metres
(B) Not less than 12 metres
(C) Not less than 9 metres
> (D) Not less than 6 metres
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A pilot vessel.
(B) A power driven vessel.
(C) A vessel constrained by draught.
(D) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A pilot vessel.
(B) A power driven vessel.
> (C) A vessel constrained by draught.
(D) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
What is the range of visibility of the sidelights shown by this ship?
(A) 2 miles
(B) 6 miles
(C) 3 miles
(D) 5 miles
What is the range of visibility of the sidelights shown by this ship?
(A) 2 miles
(B) 6 miles
> (C) 3 miles
(D) 5 miles
36. What is the length of the vessel shown here?
(A) Less than 50 metres in length.
(B) Greater than 100 metres in length.
(C) Less than 12 metres in length.
(D) Less than 20 metres in length.
36. What is the length of the vessel shown here?
> (A) Less than 50 metres in length.
(B) Greater than 100 metres in length.
(C) Less than 12 metres in length.
(D) Less than 20 metres in length.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in towing.
(B) A vessel engaged in fishing other than a trawler.
(C) A vessel not under command.
(D) A vessel constrained by draught.
What type of vessel is shown here?
> (A) A vessel engaged in towing.
(B) A vessel engaged in fishing other than a trawler.
(C) A vessel not under command.
(D) A vessel constrained by draught.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in towing.
(B) A trawler.
(C) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
(D) A vessel engaged in fishing other than a trawler.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in towing.
(B) A trawler.
(C) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
> (D) A vessel engaged in fishing other than a trawler.
When is a vessel " UNDERWAY "?
(A) When she is moving through the water
(B) When the main engine is running
(C) When she is aground
(D) When she is not at anchor or made fast to the shore
When is a vessel " UNDERWAY "?
(A) When she is moving through the water
(B) When the main engine is running
(C) When she is aground
> (D) When she is not at anchor or made fast to the shore
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in fishing other than a trawler.
(B) A vessel constrained by draught.
(C) A vessel not under command.
(D) A trawler.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in fishing other than a trawler.
(B) A vessel constrained by draught.
> (C) A vessel not under command.
(D) A trawler.
At what height above the hull should the forward anchor light be placed on a vessel of 50 metres or more in length?
(A) 5 metres.
(B) So it can be seen at 1000 metres from the stern at sea level.
(C) 20 metres.
(D) 6 metres.
At what height above the hull should the forward anchor light be placed on a vessel of 50 metres or more in length?
(A) 5 metres.
(B) So it can be seen at 1000 metres from the stern at sea level.
(C) 20 metres.
> (D) 6 metres.
A vessel not using the traffic separation scheme shall......
(A) if practicable only use the inshore traffic zone.
(B) only use it to avoid immediate danger.
(C) not impede the passage of any vessel following a traffic flow.
(D) avoid it by as wide a margin as possible.
A vessel not using the traffic separation scheme shall......
(A) if practicable only use the inshore traffic zone.
(B) only use it to avoid immediate danger.
(C) not impede the passage of any vessel following a traffic flow.
> (D) avoid it by as wide a margin as possible.
A power driven vessel engaged in towing is displaying the required lights on her aftermast. How much higher must the lowest after masthead light be above the forward.
(A) Not less than 4 metres.
(B) Not less than 2 metres.
(C) Not less than 1.5 metres.
(D) Not less than 4.5 metres.
A power driven vessel engaged in towing is displaying the required lights on her aftermast. How much higher must the lowest after masthead light be above the forward.
(A) Not less than 4 metres.
(B) Not less than 2 metres.
(C) Not less than 1.5 metres.
> (D) Not less than 4.5 metres.
44. What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel which is aground.
(B) A vessel constrained by draught.
(C) A vessel engaged in mine clearance operations.
(D) A vessel engaged in fishing.
44. What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel which is aground.
> (B) A vessel constrained by draught.
(C) A vessel engaged in mine clearance operations.
(D) A vessel engaged in fishing.
A power driven vessel observes the stern light of another power-driven vessel on a steady bearing and reducing range on the port bow. Which vessel must give way?
(A) The observing vessel
(B) No risk of collision exists
(C) Both masters decide
(D) The observed vessel
A power driven vessel observes the stern light of another power-driven vessel on a steady bearing and reducing range on the port bow. Which vessel must give way?
> (A) The observing vessel
(B) No risk of collision exists
(C) Both masters decide
(D) The observed vessel
Is anchoring permitted in a narrow channel?
(A) Yes, but only near the outer limit of the fairway to starboard.
(B) Yes, but only for a vessel which can safely navigate within such a channel.
(C) It should be avoided if at all possible
(D) No
Is anchoring permitted in a narrow channel?
(A) Yes, but only near the outer limit of the fairway to starboard.
(B) Yes, but only for a vessel which can safely navigate within such a channel.
> (C) It should be avoided if at all possible
(D) No
Looking straight ahead at night you observe the masthead lights and both side lights of another vessel. What action should be taken?
(A) One ship shall alter course to starboard, and the other to port.
(B) Each ship shall alter course to starboard.
(C) Each ship shall alter course to port.
(D) You stand on as the other ship will alter course.
Looking straight ahead at night you observe the masthead lights and both side lights of another vessel. What action should be taken?
(A) One ship shall alter course to starboard, and the other to port.
> (B) Each ship shall alter course to starboard.
(C) Each ship shall alter course to port.
(D) You stand on as the other ship will alter course.
If a vessel of length 20metres or more, is required by the rules to carry two or three lights in a vertical line, at what height above the hull (except where a towing light is required) must the lowest of these be placed?
(A) So it can be seen at a distance of 1000m
(B) At least 1.5 metres
(C) Not less than 4 metres
(D) Not less than 4.5 metres
If a vessel of length 20metres or more, is required by the rules to carry two or three lights in a vertical line, at what height above the hull (except where a towing light is required) must the lowest of these be placed?
(A) So it can be seen at a distance of 1000m
(B) At least 1.5 metres
> (C) Not less than 4 metres
(D) Not less than 4.5 metres
A vessel shall, so far as is practicable, avoid crossing traffic separation lanes. But if obliged to do so shall cross the general direction of traffic flow .....
(A) avoiding other traffic using the scheme.
(B) at as small an angle as practicable.
(C) on a heading as nearly as practicable at right angles.
(D) making good a course as nearly as practicable at right angles.
A vessel shall, so far as is practicable, avoid crossing traffic separation lanes. But if obliged to do so shall cross the general direction of traffic flow .....
(A) avoiding other traffic using the scheme.
(B) at as small an angle as practicable.
> (C) on a heading as nearly as practicable at right angles.
(D) making good a course as nearly as practicable at right angles.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations.
(B) A vessel constrained by draught.
(C) A sailing vessel.
(D) A vessel at anchor.
What type of vessel is shown here?
> (A) A vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations.
(B) A vessel constrained by draught.
(C) A sailing vessel.
(D) A vessel at anchor.
What information is given about the tow shown here?
(A) The vessel is hampered by tow - tow less than 200 metres.
(B) The tow is less than 200 metres.
(C) The vessel is hampered by tow - tow more than 200 metres.
(D) The tow is 200 metres or more.
What information is given about the tow shown here?
(A) The vessel is hampered by tow - tow less than 200 metres.
(B) The tow is less than 200 metres.
> (C) The vessel is hampered by tow - tow more than 200 metres.
(D) The tow is 200 metres or more.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
(A) Less than 50 metres.
(B) No indication of length.
(C) Less than 12 metres.
(D) 10 metres or less.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
(A) Less than 50 metres.
> (B) No indication of length.
(C) Less than 12 metres.
(D) 10 metres or less.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel constrained by draught.
(B) A vessel not under command.
(C) A vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations.
(D) A vessel engaged in mine clearance operations.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel constrained by draught.
(B) A vessel not under command.
(C) A vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations.
> (D) A vessel engaged in mine clearance operations.
The range is 7 miles and constant. The bearing is steady. What action would you take?
(A) Maintain course and speed.
(B) Sound two short blasts and alter to port.
(C) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
(D) Take a series of compass bearings.
The range is 7 miles and constant. The bearing is steady. What action would you take?
> (A) Maintain course and speed.
(B) Sound two short blasts and alter to port.
(C) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
(D) Take a series of compass bearings.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A power driven vessel.
(B) A trawler.
(C) A pilot vessel.
(D) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A power driven vessel.
(B) A trawler.
(C) A pilot vessel.
> (D) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
In open waters, you see the lights ( shown in the picture ) right ahead at medium range. What do you do?
(A) Reduce speed or stop and wait for the other vessel to pass.
(B) Sound two short blasts and alter course to port.
(C) Keep out of the way of the other vessel.
(D) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
In open waters, you see the lights ( shown in the picture ) right ahead at medium range. What do you do?
(A) Reduce speed or stop and wait for the other vessel to pass.
(B) Sound two short blasts and alter course to port.
(C) Keep out of the way of the other vessel.
> (D) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
At night, you are power-driven vessel 'A'. approaching power-driven vessel 'B' as shown. Occasionally you see both white masthead lights and the green side light of vessel 'B'. Which of the following is true?
(A) Both are equally responsible for keeping clear.
(B) This is a case of special circumstances and I would contact 'B'.
(C) I ( vessel 'A' ) must keep clear of vessel 'B'.
(D) Vessel 'B' must keep clear of you ( vessel 'A' ).
At night, you are power-driven vessel 'A'. approaching power-driven vessel 'B' as shown. Occasionally you see both white masthead lights and the green side light of vessel 'B'. Which of the following is true?
(A) Both are equally responsible for keeping clear.
(B) This is a case of special circumstances and I would contact 'B'.
> (C) I ( vessel 'A' ) must keep clear of vessel 'B'.
(D) Vessel 'B' must keep clear of you ( vessel 'A' ).
When a vessel of length 20m or more is required by the rules to carry two or three lights in a vertical line, what spacing is required between the lights?
(A) Not less than 4 metres.
(B) Not less than 4.5 metres.
(C) At least 1.5 metres.
(D) Not less than 2 metres.
When a vessel of length 20m or more is required by the rules to carry two or three lights in a vertical line, what spacing is required between the lights?
(A) Not less than 4 metres.
(B) Not less than 4.5 metres.
(C) At least 1.5 metres.
> (D) Not less than 2 metres.
When two power-driven vessels, in sight of each other, are crossing so as to involve risk of collision, avoiding action must be taken by ......
(A) both vessels altering course to starboard.
(B) the vessel which has the other on her own port side.
(C) the vessel which has the other on her own starboard side.
(D) both vessels altering course to port.
When two power-driven vessels, in sight of each other, are crossing so as to involve risk of collision, avoiding action must be taken by ......
(A) both vessels altering course to starboard.
(B) the vessel which has the other on her own port side.
> (C) the vessel which has the other on her own starboard side.
(D) both vessels altering course to port.
When should a vessel not under command display the sternlight?
(A) When unable to get out of the way of other vessels
(B) When another vessel is overtaking
(C) When underway
(D) When making way through the water
When should a vessel not under command display the sternlight?
(A) When unable to get out of the way of other vessels
(B) When another vessel is overtaking
(C) When underway
> (D) When making way through the water
When proceeding in a narrow channel, you hear a vessel astern sound two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts. What does this signal indicate?
(A) The other vessel intends to overtake you on your starboard side.
(B) The other vessel wishes to attract your attention.
(C) The other vessel intends to overtake you on your port side.
(D) The other vessel intends to follow you to port.
When proceeding in a narrow channel, you hear a vessel astern sound two prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts. What does this signal indicate?
(A) The other vessel intends to overtake you on your starboard side.
(B) The other vessel wishes to attract your attention.
> (C) The other vessel intends to overtake you on your port side.
(D) The other vessel intends to follow you to port.
When should a sailing vessel keep out of the way of a power driven vessel?
(A) When both vessels are meeting end on.
(B) When the sailing vessel is overtaking.
(C) When the power driven vessel is overtaking..
(D) When both vessels are crossing.
When should a sailing vessel keep out of the way of a power driven vessel?
(A) When both vessels are meeting end on.
> (B) When the sailing vessel is overtaking.
(C) When the power driven vessel is overtaking..
(D) When both vessels are crossing.
What is the fog signal of this vessel?
(A) Rapid ringing of the bell for 5 seconds at intervals less than or equal to 2 minutes.
(B) One prolonged blast followed by two short blasts.
(C) As for the type of vessel shown followed by 4 short blasts.
(D) One ( if making way ) or two ( if stopped ) prolonged blasts at intervals less than or
equal to 2 minutes.
What is the fog signal of this vessel?
(A) Rapid ringing of the bell for 5 seconds at intervals less than or equal to 2 minutes.
> (B) One prolonged blast followed by two short blasts.
(C) As for the type of vessel shown followed by 4 short blasts.
(D) One ( if making way ) or two ( if stopped ) prolonged blasts at intervals less than or
equal to 2 minutes.
The observed vessel sounds three short blasts. What does this mean?
(A) I do not understand your intentions / actions.
(B) I am altering my course to starboard.
(C) I am operating stern propulsion.
(D) I am altering my course to port.
The observed vessel sounds three short blasts. What does this mean?
(A) I do not understand your intentions / actions.
(B) I am altering my course to starboard.
> (C) I am operating stern propulsion.
(D) I am altering my course to port.
In a traffic separation scheme a vessel of less than 20m in length or a sailing vessel shall not impede the safe passage of......
(A) any vessel following a traffic lane.
(B) a vessel crossing the traffic separation scheme.
(C) a power driven vessel following a traffic lane.
(D) a vessel of 20m. or more following a traffic lane.
In a traffic separation scheme a vessel of less than 20m in length or a sailing vessel shall not impede the safe passage of......
(A) any vessel following a traffic lane.
(B) a vessel crossing the traffic separation scheme.
> (C) a power driven vessel following a traffic lane.
(D) a vessel of 20m. or more following a traffic lane.
When two whistles are fitted on a vessel and are placed more than 100m apart, what is the usual arrangement for giving manoeuvring and warning signals ?
(A) They are sounded simultaneously
(B) The forward whistle shall sound before the after whistle
(C) Only one of the whistles is sounded
(D) The after whistle shall sound before the forward whistle
When two whistles are fitted on a vessel and are placed more than 100m apart, what is the usual arrangement for giving manoeuvring and warning signals ?
(A) They are sounded simultaneously
(B) The forward whistle shall sound before the after whistle
> (C) Only one of the whistles is sounded
(D) The after whistle shall sound before the forward whistle
You see a vessel displaying a black cylinder on her starboard yardarm. At night, what lights would the same vessel be showing, in addition to those for a power-driven vessel
(A) Three all-round lights in a vertical line, the upper and lower red and the middle one white.
(B) Two all-round lights in a vertical line, the upper one red and the lower one white.
(C) Three all-round red lights in a vertical line.
(D) Two all-round red lights in a vertical line.
You see a vessel displaying a black cylinder on her starboard yardarm. At night, what lights would the same vessel be showing, in addition to those for a power-driven vessel
(A) Three all-round lights in a vertical line, the upper and lower red and the middle one white.
(B) Two all-round lights in a vertical line, the upper one red and the lower one white.
> (C) Three all-round red lights in a vertical line.
(D) Two all-round red lights in a vertical line.
In the Collision Regulations, the Government of any State can make provision for special rules allowing the use of additional whistle signals between which vessels?
(A) Tugs and their tows.
(B) All of the other options.
(C) Warships and vessels sailing under convoy.
(D) Pilot vessels and vessels requiring pilots.
In the Collision Regulations, the Government of any State can make provision for special rules allowing the use of additional whistle signals between which vessels?
(A) Tugs and their tows.
(B) All of the other options.
> (C) Warships and vessels sailing under convoy.
(D) Pilot vessels and vessels requiring pilots.
On nearing a bend in a narrow channel. and the way ahead is obscured, you hear a prolonged blast. What should be your response?
(A) Two prolonged blasts.
(B) Two short blasts.
(C) One short blast.
(D) One prolonged blast.
On nearing a bend in a narrow channel. and the way ahead is obscured, you hear a prolonged blast. What should be your response?
(A) Two prolonged blasts.
(B) Two short blasts.
(C) One short blast.
> (D) One prolonged blast.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel constrained by draught.
(B) A trawler.
(C) A pilot vessel.
(D) A vessel engaged in towing.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel constrained by draught.
(B) A trawler.
> (C) A pilot vessel.
(D) A vessel engaged in towing.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
(B) A vessel engaged in towing.
(C) A vessel not under command.
(D) A vessel constrained by draught.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
> (B) A vessel engaged in towing.
(C) A vessel not under command.
(D) A vessel constrained by draught.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(B) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(C) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
(D) Stand on with caution The other vessel should give way.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
> (B) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(C) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
(D) Stand on with caution The other vessel should give way.
What is the fog signal of this vessel?
(A) A rapid ringing of the bell for about 5 seconds repeated every minute.
(B) A rapid ringing of the bell and also one short, one long and one short blast in succession.
(C) One prolonged blast followed by two short blasts on the whistle.
(D) Four strokes on the bell, sounded in the same manner as 'four bells' to indicate time.
What is the fog signal of this vessel?
> (A) A rapid ringing of the bell for about 5 seconds repeated every minute.
(B) A rapid ringing of the bell and also one short, one long and one short blast in succession.
(C) One prolonged blast followed by two short blasts on the whistle.
(D) Four strokes on the bell, sounded in the same manner as 'four bells' to indicate time.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
(B) A pilot vessel.
(C) A trawler.
(D) A vessel engaged in fishing other than a trawler.
What type of vessel is shown here?
> (A) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
(B) A pilot vessel.
(C) A trawler.
(D) A vessel engaged in fishing other than a trawler.
What is the arc of visibility of the red lights shown here?
(A) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on the starboard side.
(B) From right aft to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
(C) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
(D) All round.
What is the arc of visibility of the red lights shown here?
(A) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on the starboard side.
(B) From right aft to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
(C) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
> (D) All round.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(B) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(C) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
(D) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
> (A) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(B) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(C) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
(D) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A pilot vessel.
(B) A trawler.
(C) A vessel constrained by draught.
(D) A vessel not under command.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A pilot vessel.
(B) A trawler.
(C) A vessel constrained by draught.
> (D) A vessel not under command.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel constrained by draught.
(B) A vessel engaged in mine clearance operations.
(C) A vessel engaged in towing.
(D) A vessel engaged in fishing.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel constrained by draught.
(B) A vessel engaged in mine clearance operations.
> (C) A vessel engaged in towing.
(D) A vessel engaged in fishing.
What do these three red lights indicate?
(A) A vessel engaged in towing.
(B) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
(C) A vessel constrained by draught.
(D) A power driven vessel.
What do these three red lights indicate?
(A) A vessel engaged in towing.
(B) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
> (C) A vessel constrained by draught.
(D) A power driven vessel.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
(B) A vessel which is aground.
(C) A vessel engaged in fishing.
(D) A vessel engaged in towing.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
> (B) A vessel which is aground.
(C) A vessel engaged in fishing.
(D) A vessel engaged in towing.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
(B) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(C) Alter course parallel to the other vessel's course.
(D) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
(B) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(C) Alter course parallel to the other vessel's course.
> (D) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
(A) Less than 50 metres in length.
(B) Less than 12 metres in length.
(C) Greater than 100 metres in length.
(D) 7 metres or less in length.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
> (A) Less than 50 metres in length.
(B) Less than 12 metres in length.
(C) Greater than 100 metres in length.
(D) 7 metres or less in length.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(B) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
(C) Alter course parallel to other vessel's course.
(D) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(B) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
(C) Alter course parallel to other vessel's course.
> (D) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
(A) Less than 50 metres.
(B) Less than 20 metres.
(C) May be any length but probably 50 metres or more.
(D) No indication of length.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
(A) Less than 50 metres.
(B) Less than 20 metres.
> (C) May be any length but probably 50 metres or more.
(D) No indication of length.
What is the arc of visibility of the mastlights shown by this vessel?
(A) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees forward of the beam on each side
(B) From right aft to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side
(C) All round
(D) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side
What is the arc of visibility of the mastlights shown by this vessel?
(A) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees forward of the beam on each side
(B) From right aft to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side
(C) All round
> (D) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side
A vessel joining the general direction of traffic flow in a traffic separation scheme from either side shall do so......
(A) at as small an angle as practicable.
(B) making a course as nearly as practicable at right angles.
(C) avoiding traffic using the scheme.
(D) on a heading as nearly as practicable at right angles.
A vessel joining the general direction of traffic flow in a traffic separation scheme from either side shall do so......
> (A) at as small an angle as practicable.
(B) making a course as nearly as practicable at right angles.
(C) avoiding traffic using the scheme.
(D) on a heading as nearly as practicable at right angles.
How should a vessel cross a traffic separation lane?
(A) At a speed and heading that will cause the least encounters with vessels within the lane.
(B) On a HEADING as nearly as practical at right angles to the direction of traffic flow.
(C) On a heading that will cause her to spend the LEAST TIME in the lane.
(D) On heading so that her TRACK will be as nearly as practicable at right angles to the direction of traffic flow.
How should a vessel cross a traffic separation lane?
(A) At a speed and heading that will cause the least encounters with vessels within the lane.
> (B) On a HEADING as nearly as practical at right angles to the direction of traffic flow.
(C) On a heading that will cause her to spend the LEAST TIME in the lane.
(D) On heading so that her TRACK will be as nearly as practicable at right angles to the direction of traffic flow.
Vessels as far as possible should avoid anchoring......
(A) in a traffic separation scheme.
(B) in a traffic separation zone.
(C) in a traffic separation scheme or in areas near it's terminations.
(D) near the terminations of a traffic separation scheme.
Vessels as far as possible should avoid anchoring......
(A) in a traffic separation scheme.
(B) in a traffic separation zone.
> (C) in a traffic separation scheme or in areas near it's terminations.
(D) near the terminations of a traffic separation scheme.
Your power-driven vessel is fitted with radar and is underway in poor visibility. At what speed should you proceed?
(A) Sea speed only if in open waters
(B) A safe speed
(C) Sea speed if there are no targets showing on the radar
(D) Sea speed with the engines on standby, keeping a close radar watch
Your power-driven vessel is fitted with radar and is underway in poor visibility. At what speed should you proceed?
(A) Sea speed only if in open waters
> (B) A safe speed
(C) Sea speed if there are no targets showing on the radar
(D) Sea speed with the engines on standby, keeping a close radar watch
What is the arc (angle) of visibility of a masthead light?
(A) 270 degrees
(B) 210 degrees
(C) 180 degrees
(D) 225 degrees
What is the arc (angle) of visibility of a masthead light?
(A) 270 degrees
(B) 210 degrees
(C) 180 degrees
> (D) 225 degrees
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel at anchor.
(B) A vessel engaged in mine clearance.
(C) A power driven vessel.
(D) A vessel constrained by draught.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel at anchor.
> (B) A vessel engaged in mine clearance.
(C) A power driven vessel.
(D) A vessel constrained by draught.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
(B) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(C) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(D) Alter course to parallel the other vessel's course.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
> (B) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(C) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(D) Alter course to parallel the other vessel's course.
This vessel is on a steady bearing, range 3 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
(B) Sound five short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
(C) Sound two short blasts and alter course to port.
(D) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
This vessel is on a steady bearing, range 3 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
> (B) Sound five short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
(C) Sound two short blasts and alter course to port.
(D) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
The lights shown indicate a vessel......
(A) towing, a vessel made fast alongside.
(B) towing more than one vessel astern.
(C) towing another vessel astern, length of tow exceeding 200m.
(D) towing, tow of less than 200m in length, unable to deviate from her course.
The lights shown indicate a vessel......
(A) towing, a vessel made fast alongside.
(B) towing more than one vessel astern.
(C) towing another vessel astern, length of tow exceeding 200m.
> (D) towing, tow of less than 200m in length, unable to deviate from her course.
What do these lights indicate?
(A) A vessel engaged in trawling, using pelagic gear.
(B) A vessel engaged in minesweeping.
(C) A power-driven vessel. engaged in towing unable to deviate from her course.
(D) A vessel engaged in underwater operations not making way through the water or at anchor.
What do these lights indicate?
(A) A vessel engaged in trawling, using pelagic gear.
(B) A vessel engaged in minesweeping.
(C) A power-driven vessel. engaged in towing unable to deviate from her course.
> (D) A vessel engaged in underwater operations not making way through the water or at anchor.
Whilst proceeding along a narrow channel the vessel astern sounds two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast. What does this mean?
(A) I am operating stern propulsion.
(B) I intend to overtake you on your port side.
(C) I am altering my course to port.
(D) I intend to overtake you on your starboard side.
Whilst proceeding along a narrow channel the vessel astern sounds two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast. What does this mean?
(A) I am operating stern propulsion.
(B) I intend to overtake you on your port side.
(C) I am altering my course to port.
> (D) I intend to overtake you on your starboard side.
What is the arc of visibility of the sidelight shown by this vessel?
(A) All round.
(B) From right aft to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
(C) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
(D) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on the starboard side.
What is the arc of visibility of the sidelight shown by this vessel?
(A) All round.
(B) From right aft to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
(C) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
> (D) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on the starboard side.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
(A) Less than 50 metres.
(B) May be of any length but probably 50 metres or more.
(C) No indication of length.
(D) Greater than 100 metres.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
(A) Less than 50 metres.
> (B) May be of any length but probably 50 metres or more.
(C) No indication of length.
(D) Greater than 100 metres.
What is the duration of a prolonged blast?
(A) 4-6 seconds
(B) more than 8 seconds
(C) 2-4 seconds
(D) 6-8 seconds
What is the duration of a prolonged blast?
> (A) 4-6 seconds
(B) more than 8 seconds
(C) 2-4 seconds
(D) 6-8 seconds
Referring to Annex II of the Collision Regulations; additional signals for fishing vessels in close proximity. What does the signal "one white light over one red light" mean?
(A) My nets are fast on an obstruction.
(B) I am shooting nets.
(C) I am hauling nets.
(D) I am engaged in pair trawling.
Referring to Annex II of the Collision Regulations; additional signals for fishing vessels in close proximity. What does the signal "one white light over one red light" mean?
(A) My nets are fast on an obstruction.
(B) I am shooting nets.
> (C) I am hauling nets.
(D) I am engaged in pair trawling.
At sea during the day, you see a vessel displaying two black cones with their points together. What does this indicate?
(A) A vessel engaged in fishing
(B) A vessel of less than 50 metres in length at anchor
(C) A vessel engaged in a towing operation which is unable to deviate from her course
(D) A vessel aground
At sea during the day, you see a vessel displaying two black cones with their points together. What does this indicate?
> (A) A vessel engaged in fishing
(B) A vessel of less than 50 metres in length at anchor
(C) A vessel engaged in a towing operation which is unable to deviate from her course
(D) A vessel aground
When proceeding along a narrow channel a vessel should......
(A) keep to the outer limit which lies on her starboard side.
(B) keep to the side which lies on her starboard side.
(C) keep to the side which lies on her port side.
(D) keep to the outer limit which lies on her port side.
When proceeding along a narrow channel a vessel should......
> (A) keep to the outer limit which lies on her starboard side.
(B) keep to the side which lies on her starboard side.
(C) keep to the side which lies on her port side.
(D) keep to the outer limit which lies on her port side.
Inshore traffic zones shall not be used by which of the following vessels?
(A) Sailing vessels and vessels of less than 20m. in length.
(B) One that can safely use the adjacent lane within the T.S.S.
(C) One en route to or from a place situated within the inshore traffic zone.
(D) One that can safely use the appropriate lane within the T.S.S.
Inshore traffic zones shall not be used by which of the following vessels?
(A) Sailing vessels and vessels of less than 20m. in length.
(B) One that can safely use the adjacent lane within the T.S.S.
(C) One en route to or from a place situated within the inshore traffic zone.
> (D) One that can safely use the appropriate lane within the T.S.S.
For which types of vessel should a fishing vessel not impede the passage in a narrow channel or fairway?
(A) A vessel which can safely navigate only within such a channel.
(B) Sailing vessels and vessels greater than 20m. in length.
(C) Any other vessels navigating within the narrow channel or fairway.
(D) Vessels greater than 20m. in length.
For which types of vessel should a fishing vessel not impede the passage in a narrow channel or fairway?
(A) A vessel which can safely navigate only within such a channel.
(B) Sailing vessels and vessels greater than 20m. in length.
> (C) Any other vessels navigating within the narrow channel or fairway.
(D) Vessels greater than 20m. in length.
When two power driven vessels are meeting on reciprocal courses ......
(A) one shall alter course to port and the other to starboard.
(B) one shall alter course to starboard.
(C) each shall alter course to port.
(D) each shall alter course to starboard.
When two power driven vessels are meeting on reciprocal courses ......
(A) one shall alter course to port and the other to starboard.
(B) one shall alter course to starboard.
(C) each shall alter course to port.
> (D) each shall alter course to starboard.
To which traffic separation schemes does Rule 10 apply?
(A) All of the other options
(B) Those set up by local authorities
(C) Those adopted by the International Maritime Organization
(D) Those defined on navigational charts
To which traffic separation schemes does Rule 10 apply?
(A) All of the other options
(B) Those set up by local authorities
> (C) Those adopted by the International Maritime Organization
(D) Those defined on navigational charts
What could be the fog signal of a vessel aground in a channel?
(A) A blast of from three to five seconds on the whistle.
(B) Three distinct blasts followed by a rapid ringing of the bell.
(C) Four strokes on the bell, sounded in the same manner as 'four bells' to indicate time.
(D) A rapid ringing of the bell and three separate and distinct strokes on the bell immediately before and after ringing of the bell.
What could be the fog signal of a vessel aground in a channel?
(A) A blast of from three to five seconds on the whistle.
(B) Three distinct blasts followed by a rapid ringing of the bell.
(C) Four strokes on the bell, sounded in the same manner as 'four bells' to indicate time.
> (D) A rapid ringing of the bell and three separate and distinct strokes on the bell immediately before and after ringing of the bell.
If another ship does not appear to be taking sufficient action to avoid a collision, what should you do according to the Collision Regulations?
(A) Alter course.
(B) Stand On.
(C) Call it up on VHF.
(D) Sound 5 short and rapid blasts on the whistle.
If another ship does not appear to be taking sufficient action to avoid a collision, what should you do according to the Collision Regulations?
(A) Alter course.
(B) Stand On.
(C) Call it up on VHF.
> (D) Sound 5 short and rapid blasts on the whistle.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(B) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(C) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
(D) Alter course parallel to the other vessel's course.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
> (B) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(C) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
(D) Alter course parallel to the other vessel's course.
This vessel is on a steady bearing, the range is 2 miles and reducing slowly. What action would you take?
(A) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
(B) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(C) Sound five short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
(D) Sound two short blasts and alter course to port.
This vessel is on a steady bearing, the range is 2 miles and reducing slowly. What action would you take?
(A) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
> (B) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(C) Sound five short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
(D) Sound two short blasts and alter course to port.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel constrained by draught.
(B) A power driven vessel.
(C) A vessel not under command.
(D) A vessel engaged in towing.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel constrained by draught.
(B) A power driven vessel.
(C) A vessel not under command.
> (D) A vessel engaged in towing.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A power driven vessel.
(B) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
(C) A vessel engaged in towing.
(D) A pilot vessel.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A power driven vessel.
(B) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
> (C) A vessel engaged in towing.
(D) A pilot vessel.
Power-driven vessel 'A' sees power-driven vessel 'B' as shown here at 3 miles range. What must vessel 'A' do?
(A) Keep her course and speed and carefully watch the compass bearing of 'B'.
(B) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
(C) If necessary, reduce speed or stop.
(D) Reduce speed and monitor the compass bearing of 'B'.
Power-driven vessel 'A' sees power-driven vessel 'B' as shown here at 3 miles range. What must vessel 'A' do?
> (A) Keep her course and speed and carefully watch the compass bearing of 'B'.
(B) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
(C) If necessary, reduce speed or stop.
(D) Reduce speed and monitor the compass bearing of 'B'.
In a traffic separation scheme a vessel engaged in fishing shall not impede the passage of......
(A) a vessel crossing the traffic separation scheme.
(B) a power driven vessel following a traffic lane.
(C) any vessel following a traffic lane.
(D) a vessel of 20 metres or more following a traffic lane.
In a traffic separation scheme a vessel engaged in fishing shall not impede the passage of......
(A) a vessel crossing the traffic separation scheme.
(B) a power driven vessel following a traffic lane.
> (C) any vessel following a traffic lane.
(D) a vessel of 20 metres or more following a traffic lane.
This vessel is on a steady bearing and the range is reducing. What action would you take?
(A) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(B) Sound two short blasts and alter course to port.
(C) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
(D) Sound five short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
This vessel is on a steady bearing and the range is reducing. What action would you take?
(A) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
> (B) Sound two short blasts and alter course to port.
(C) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
(D) Sound five short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
What is the arc of visibility of the 3 white lights shown here?
(A) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on the starboard side.
(B) All round.
(C) From right aft to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
(D) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
What is the arc of visibility of the 3 white lights shown here?
(A) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on the starboard side.
(B) All round.
(C) From right aft to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
> (D) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(B) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
(C) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
(D) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
> (A) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(B) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
(C) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
(D) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
What kind of vessel may sound a fog signal consisting of four short blasts?
(A) A vessel constrained by her draught.
(B) A vessel being towed.
(C) A fishing vessel..
(D) A vessel engaged on pilotage duty.
What kind of vessel may sound a fog signal consisting of four short blasts?
(A) A vessel constrained by her draught.
(B) A vessel being towed.
(C) A fishing vessel..
> (D) A vessel engaged on pilotage duty.
What light or lights must be carried by a group of three barges in a line being pushed ahead of a tug as shown here?
(A) Red and green sidelights at the forward end of the leading barge.
(B) A white all-round light at the forward end of the barge.
(C) Red and green sidelights on each barge.
(D) Red and green sidelights at the forward end of the leading barge and white all-round
light on each barge.
What light or lights must be carried by a group of three barges in a line being pushed ahead of a tug as shown here?
> (A) Red and green sidelights at the forward end of the leading barge.
(B) A white all-round light at the forward end of the barge.
(C) Red and green sidelights on each barge.
(D) Red and green sidelights at the forward end of the leading barge and white all-round
light on each barge.
What could a vessel do to highlight a danger to another vessel, especially at night ?
(A) Direct a search light in the direction of the danger.
(B) Fire a rocket throwing red stars.
(C) Show a square flag and a black ball in a vertical line one over the other.
(D) Sound three short blasts on the whistle.
What could a vessel do to highlight a danger to another vessel, especially at night ?
> (A) Direct a search light in the direction of the danger.
(B) Fire a rocket throwing red stars.
(C) Show a square flag and a black ball in a vertical line one over the other.
(D) Sound three short blasts on the whistle.
Which of the following shall not impede the passage of any vessel following a traffic lane in a traffic separation scheme?
(A) A vessel engaged in fishing.
(B) A sailing vessel or a vessel of less than 20 metres.
(C) A sailing vessel, fishing vessel or a vessel of less than 20 metres.
(D) A crossing vessel.
Which of the following shall not impede the passage of any vessel following a traffic lane in a traffic separation scheme?
> (A) A vessel engaged in fishing.
(B) A sailing vessel or a vessel of less than 20 metres.
(C) A sailing vessel, fishing vessel or a vessel of less than 20 metres.
(D) A crossing vessel.
What is a power-driven vessel?
(A) Any vessel propelled by an internal combustion engine.
(B) Any vessel other than a vessel propelled by sails.
(C) Any vessel which is self-propelled.
(D) Any vessel propelled by machinery.
What is a power-driven vessel?
(A) Any vessel propelled by an internal combustion engine.
(B) Any vessel other than a vessel propelled by sails.
(C) Any vessel which is self-propelled.
> (D) Any vessel propelled by machinery.
What is the arc (angle) of visibility of a sternlight?
(A) 150 degrees
(B) 270 degrees
(C) 120 degrees
(D) 135 degrees
What is the arc (angle) of visibility of a sternlight?
(A) 150 degrees
(B) 270 degrees
(C) 120 degrees
> (D) 135 degrees
A vessel which can only safely navigate within a narrow channel or fairway shall not be impeded by......
(A) sailing vessels or vessels of less than 20 metres.
(B) sailing vessels, fishing vessels, or vessels of less than 20 metres.
(C) sailing vessels, fishing vessels, vessels less than 20m. or crossing vessels.
(D) crossing vessels.
A vessel which can only safely navigate within a narrow channel or fairway shall not be impeded by......
(A) sailing vessels or vessels of less than 20 metres.
(B) sailing vessels, fishing vessels, or vessels of less than 20 metres.
> (C) sailing vessels, fishing vessels, vessels less than 20m. or crossing vessels.
(D) crossing vessels.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in towing.
(B) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
(C) A power driven vessel.
(D) A vessel constrained by draught.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in towing.
(B) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
(C) A power driven vessel.
> (D) A vessel constrained by draught.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in fishing.
(B) A vessel which is aground.
(C) A vessel constrained by her draught.
(D) A vessel not under command.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in fishing.
(B) A vessel which is aground.
(C) A vessel constrained by her draught.
> (D) A vessel not under command.
What is the arc of visibility of the 3 red lights shown here?
(A) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
(B) From right aft to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
(C) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on the starboard side.
(D) All round.
What is the arc of visibility of the 3 red lights shown here?
(A) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
(B) From right aft to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on each side.
(C) From right ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on the starboard side.
> (D) All round.
What does this shape indicate?
(A) A vessel engaged in fishing.
(B) A vessel engaged in mine clearance operations.
(C) A vessel at anchor.
(D) A vessel aground.
What does this shape indicate?
(A) A vessel engaged in fishing.
(B) A vessel engaged in mine clearance operations.
> (C) A vessel at anchor.
(D) A vessel aground.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(B) Stand on with caution The other vessel should give way.
(C) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(D) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
> (A) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(B) Stand on with caution The other vessel should give way.
(C) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(D) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
When taking action to avoid collision under Rule 8, you should avoid.....
(A) a succession of small alterations of speed or course.
(B) making an alteration of course or speed too early.
(C) any reduction in speed.
(D) stopping or reversing engines.
When taking action to avoid collision under Rule 8, you should avoid.....
> (A) a succession of small alterations of speed or course.
(B) making an alteration of course or speed too early.
(C) any reduction in speed.
(D) stopping or reversing engines.
If you hear a fog signal forward of the beam, Rule 19 states that you must......
(A) attempt to make radio contact.
(B) reply with your own fog signal.
(C) make a substantial course alteration.
(D) reduce to minimum steerage way.
If you hear a fog signal forward of the beam, Rule 19 states that you must......
(A) attempt to make radio contact.
(B) reply with your own fog signal.
(C) make a substantial course alteration.
> (D) reduce to minimum steerage way.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Stand on with caution.
(B) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(C) Stand on but continue to monitor.
(D) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Stand on with caution.
(B) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
> (C) Stand on but continue to monitor.
(D) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
What is this vessel's fog signal?
(A) As for the type of vessel shown followed by 4 short blasts.
(B) One prolonged blast followed by 2 short blasts at intervals not exceeding two minutes.
(C) Ringing of the bell for 5 seconds followed by the gong for 5 seconds at intervals not exceeding one minute.
(D) Rapid ringing of the bell for 5 seconds at intervals not exceeding one minute.
What is this vessel's fog signal?
(A) As for the type of vessel shown followed by 4 short blasts.
> (B) One prolonged blast followed by 2 short blasts at intervals not exceeding two minutes.
(C) Ringing of the bell for 5 seconds followed by the gong for 5 seconds at intervals not exceeding one minute.
(D) Rapid ringing of the bell for 5 seconds at intervals not exceeding one minute.
You observe this vessel on a steady bearing, range 3 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(B) Sound two short blasts and alter course to port.
(C) Sound five short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
(D) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
You observe this vessel on a steady bearing, range 3 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(B) Sound two short blasts and alter course to port.
(C) Sound five short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
> (D) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
What information is given about the tow shown here?
(A) The tow is less than 200 metres.
(B) A vessel hampered by tow - tow more than 200 metres.
(C) A vessel hampered by her tow - tow less than 200 metres
(D) The tow is 200 metres or more.
What information is given about the tow shown here?
> (A) The tow is less than 200 metres.
(B) A vessel hampered by tow - tow more than 200 metres.
(C) A vessel hampered by her tow - tow less than 200 metres
(D) The tow is 200 metres or more.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in mine clearance operations.
(B) A vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations.
(C) A vessel engaged in towing.
(D) A vessel which is aground.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel engaged in mine clearance operations.
> (B) A vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations.
(C) A vessel engaged in towing.
(D) A vessel which is aground.
Does this signal indicate that the vessel is......
(A) at anchor.
(B) underway and making way through the water.
(C) underway, but stopped.
(D) fishing.
Does this signal indicate that the vessel is......
> (A) at anchor.
(B) underway and making way through the water.
(C) underway, but stopped.
(D) fishing.
What is the fog signal of this vessel?
(A) As for the type of vessel shown followed by 4 short blasts.
(B) Rapid ringing of the bell for 5 seconds.
(C) Ringing of bell for 5 seconds followed by the gong for 5 seconds.
(D) One prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts at intervals less than or equal to 2 minutes.
What is the fog signal of this vessel?
(A) As for the type of vessel shown followed by 4 short blasts.
(B) Rapid ringing of the bell for 5 seconds.
(C) Ringing of bell for 5 seconds followed by the gong for 5 seconds.
> (D) One prolonged blasts followed by two short blasts at intervals less than or equal to 2 minutes.
What do these lights show?
(A) A vessel engaged in trawling and at anchor.
(B) A vessel under 50 metres in length engaged in trawling.
(C) A vessel engaged in trawling with her outlying gear extending more than 150 metres
into the seaway.
(D) A vessel over 50 metres in length engaged in trawling.
What do these lights show?
(A) A vessel engaged in trawling and at anchor.
> (B) A vessel under 50 metres in length engaged in trawling.
(C) A vessel engaged in trawling with her outlying gear extending more than 150 metres
into the seaway.
(D) A vessel over 50 metres in length engaged in trawling.
If a vessel is being towed alongside on the starboard side of the towing vessel, what lights should it show?
(A) Sidelights only.
(B) Starboard sidelight and sternlight.
(C) Sidelights and sternlight.
(D) Starboard sidelight only.
If a vessel is being towed alongside on the starboard side of the towing vessel, what lights should it show?
(A) Sidelights only.
(B) Starboard sidelight and sternlight.
> (C) Sidelights and sternlight.
(D) Starboard sidelight only.
A vessel using a traffic separation scheme shall so far as practicable....
(A) avoid vessels crossing the scheme.
(B) avoid impeding the safe passage of other vessels following the lane.
(C) keep to the starboard side of the lane.
(D) keep clear of the traffic separation line or separation zone.
A vessel using a traffic separation scheme shall so far as practicable....
(A) avoid vessels crossing the scheme.
(B) avoid impeding the safe passage of other vessels following the lane.
(C) keep to the starboard side of the lane.
> (D) keep clear of the traffic separation line or separation zone.
At night you notice, in addition to other lights, two yellow lights in a vertical line which flash alternately every second. What does this indicate?
(A) A towing vessel's light seen from abaft the beam.
(B) An air cushion vehicle operating in the non-displacement mode.
(C) A dredger showing the side on which a vessel can pass.
(D) A fishing vessel hampered by her purse seine gear..
At night you notice, in addition to other lights, two yellow lights in a vertical line which flash alternately every second. What does this indicate?
(A) A towing vessel's light seen from abaft the beam.
(B) An air cushion vehicle operating in the non-displacement mode.
(C) A dredger showing the side on which a vessel can pass.
> (D) A fishing vessel hampered by her purse seine gear..
At what minimum height above the hull should the mastlight on a power driven vessel of length 60 metres and beam 9 m be carried?
(A) 20 metres.
(B) 5 metres.
(C) 9 metres.
(D) 6 metres.
At what minimum height above the hull should the mastlight on a power driven vessel of length 60 metres and beam 9 m be carried?
(A) 20 metres.
(B) 5 metres.
> (C) 9 metres.
(D) 6 metres.
Which of the following is a vessel "not under command"?
(A) A sailing vessel becalmed.
(B) A tug engaged in a towing operation.
(C) A power driven vessel with main engine failure.
(D) A vessel engaged in underwater operations.
Which of the following is a vessel "not under command"?
(A) A sailing vessel becalmed.
(B) A tug engaged in a towing operation.
> (C) A power driven vessel with main engine failure.
(D) A vessel engaged in underwater operations.
For a power driven vessel of 110 metres in length and 20metres beam, what is the maximum height above the hull that the forward masthead light can be carried?
(A) 6 metres
(B) 5 metres
(C) 9 metres
(D) 12 metres
For a power driven vessel of 110 metres in length and 20metres beam, what is the maximum height above the hull that the forward masthead light can be carried?
(A) 6 metres
(B) 5 metres
(C) 9 metres
> (D) 12 metres
What do these lights indicate?
(A) A dredger indicating the clear side free from obstructions
(B) A power-driven vessel of under 50m
(C) A power-driven vessel of over 50m in length
(D) A vessel towing a barge
What do these lights indicate?
(A) A dredger indicating the clear side free from obstructions
> (B) A power-driven vessel of under 50m
(C) A power-driven vessel of over 50m in length
(D) A vessel towing a barge
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel constrained by draught.
(B) A vessel engaged in towing.
(C) A vessel not under command.
(D) A power driven vessel.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel constrained by draught.
(B) A vessel engaged in towing.
(C) A vessel not under command.
> (D) A power driven vessel.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
(A) Less than 12 metres.
(B) Greater than 100 metres.
(C) No indication of length.
(D) May be of any length but probably 50 metres or more.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
(A) Less than 12 metres.
(B) Greater than 100 metres.
(C) No indication of length.
> (D) May be of any length but probably 50 metres or more.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
(A) No indication of length.
(B) Less than 20 metres in length.
(C) Less than 50 metres in length.
(D) Greater than 100 metres in length.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
> (A) No indication of length.
(B) Less than 20 metres in length.
(C) Less than 50 metres in length.
(D) Greater than 100 metres in length.
At range 2 miles and steady bearing, you sounded 5 short blasts: it is apparent that the other vessel is not taking appropriate action. What should you do?
(A) Sound two short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
(B) Sound five short and rapid blasts again and stand on with caution..
(C) Sound one short blast and alter to starboard.
(D) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
At range 2 miles and steady bearing, you sounded 5 short blasts: it is apparent that the other vessel is not taking appropriate action. What should you do?
(A) Sound two short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
(B) Sound five short and rapid blasts again and stand on with caution..
> (C) Sound one short blast and alter to starboard.
(D) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
What do these lights indicate?
(A) Power-driven pilot vessel on pilotage duty and underway.
(B) A power-driven vessel engaged in trawling.
(C) A power-driven vessel of less than 12 metres in length underway.
(D) A power-driven vessel of less than 20 metres in length underway.
What do these lights indicate?
(A) Power-driven pilot vessel on pilotage duty and underway.
(B) A power-driven vessel engaged in trawling.
> (C) A power-driven vessel of less than 12 metres in length underway.
(D) A power-driven vessel of less than 20 metres in length underway.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Take a series of compass bearing and radar plot.
(B) Alter course parallel to other vessel's course.
(C) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(D) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
> (A) Take a series of compass bearing and radar plot.
(B) Alter course parallel to other vessel's course.
(C) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(D) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
(A) Less than 12 metres in length.
(B) Greater than 100 metres in length.
(C) May be any length but probably 50 metres or more in length.
(D) There is no indication of length.
What is the length of the vessel shown here?
(A) Less than 12 metres in length.
(B) Greater than 100 metres in length.
> (C) May be any length but probably 50 metres or more in length.
(D) There is no indication of length.
A vessel's sidelights should be positioned above the hull, but according to the Collision Regulations what is the maximum height they can be placed?
(A) Three-quarters the height of the forward masthead light
(B) One quarter the height of the forward masthead light
(C) Any height below the forward masthead light
(D) Half the height of the forward masthead light
A vessel's sidelights should be positioned above the hull, but according to the Collision Regulations what is the maximum height they can be placed?
> (A) Three-quarters the height of the forward masthead light
(B) One quarter the height of the forward masthead light
(C) Any height below the forward masthead light
(D) Half the height of the forward masthead light
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel not under command.
(B) A vessel at anchor.
(C) A power driven vessel.
(D) A vessel engaged in mine clearance.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel not under command.
(B) A vessel at anchor.
(C) A power driven vessel.
> (D) A vessel engaged in mine clearance.
What do these lights indicate?
(A) A power driven vessel underway.
(B) A fishing vessel at anchor.
(C) A fishing vessel stopped in the water.
(D) A pilot vessel at anchor.
What do these lights indicate?
(A) A power driven vessel underway.
(B) A fishing vessel at anchor.
(C) A fishing vessel stopped in the water.
> (D) A pilot vessel at anchor.
The white light shown must be so fixed as to show an unbroken light over an arc of the horizon. What is the size of this arc?
(A) 225 deg. (20 points of the compass)
(B) 360 deg. (32 points of the compass)
(C) 135 deg. (12 points of the compass)
(D) 112 1/2 deg. (10 points of the compass)
The white light shown must be so fixed as to show an unbroken light over an arc of the horizon. What is the size of this arc?
> (A) 225 deg. (20 points of the compass)
(B) 360 deg. (32 points of the compass)
(C) 135 deg. (12 points of the compass)
(D) 112 1/2 deg. (10 points of the compass)
This vessel is on a steady bearing, the range is 2 miles and reducing. What action should you take?
(A) Five short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
(B) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(C) Two short blasts and alter course to port.
(D) One short blast and alter course to starboard.
This vessel is on a steady bearing, the range is 2 miles and reducing. What action should you take?
> (A) Five short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
(B) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(C) Two short blasts and alter course to port.
(D) One short blast and alter course to starboard.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel constrained by draught.
(B) A vessel engaged in fishing other than a trawler.
(C) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
(D) A pilot vessel.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A vessel constrained by draught.
(B) A vessel engaged in fishing other than a trawler.
> (C) A vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
(D) A pilot vessel.
The bearing is steady. The range is 5 miles, reducing slowly. What action would you take?
(A) Sound two short blasts and alter course to port.
(B) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(C) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
(D) Sound five short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
The bearing is steady. The range is 5 miles, reducing slowly. What action would you take?
(A) Sound two short blasts and alter course to port.
(B) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
> (C) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard.
(D) Sound five short and rapid blasts and stand on with caution.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(B) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
(C) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(D) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
> (A) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(B) Stand on with caution. The other vessel should give way.
(C) Stand on - no risk of collision - continue to monitor.
(D) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
Power-driven vessels 'A' and 'B' are in sight of one another. Which of the following statements is correct?
(A) 'A' and 'B' should blow one blast and wait for a response before altering course.
(B) Both vessels should alter course to starboard. No whistles signals need be sounded.
(C) 'A' and 'B' should alter course to starboard, each sounding one short blast on the whistle.
(D) 'A' should blow one blast and alter course to starboard.
Power-driven vessels 'A' and 'B' are in sight of one another. Which of the following statements is correct?
(A) 'A' and 'B' should blow one blast and wait for a response before altering course.
(B) Both vessels should alter course to starboard. No whistles signals need be sounded.
> (C) 'A' and 'B' should alter course to starboard, each sounding one short blast on the whistle.
(D) 'A' should blow one blast and alter course to starboard.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(B) Make a substantial alteration of course to starboard.
(C) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(D) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What action would you take?
(A) Make a substantial reduction of speed.
(B) Make a substantial alteration of course to starboard.
> (C) Take a series of compass bearings and radar plot.
(D) Make a substantial alteration of course to port.
You have another vessel on your port bow in clear visibility, but with a moderate sea and swell. Which of the following would normally give greatest accuracy in determining if risk of collision exists?
(A) Observation of the radar bearing
(B) Observation of the compass bearing over a period of time
(C) Observation of the radar bearing and range
(D) Observation of the radar range
You have another vessel on your port bow in clear visibility, but with a moderate sea and swell. Which of the following would normally give greatest accuracy in determining if risk of collision exists?
(A) Observation of the radar bearing
> (B) Observation of the compass bearing over a period of time
(C) Observation of the radar bearing and range
(D) Observation of the radar range
What is the minimum vertical separation of the mastlights on power driven vessels such that, in all normal conditions of trim, the afterlight will be seen over and separate from the forward light?
(A) So it can be seen at 1000 metres from the stem at sea level.
(B) 6 metres.
(C) 9 metres.
(D) 5 metres.
What is the minimum vertical separation of the mastlights on power driven vessels such that, in all normal conditions of trim, the afterlight will be seen over and separate from the forward light?
> (A) So it can be seen at 1000 metres from the stem at sea level.
(B) 6 metres.
(C) 9 metres.
(D) 5 metres.
What type of vessel is shown here?
(A) A trawler.
(B) A power driven vessel.
(C) A vessel engaged in fishing other than a trawler.
(D) A vessel engaged in towing.
What type of vessel is shown here?
> (A) A trawler.
(B) A power driven vessel.
(C) A vessel engaged in fishing other than a trawler.
(D) A vessel engaged in towing.
You observe this vessel - range 4 miles. What action should you take?
(A) Maintain course and speed.
(B) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard..
(C) Sound two short blasts and alter course to port.
(D) Take a series of compass bearings
You observe this vessel - range 4 miles. What action should you take?
(A) Maintain course and speed.
> (B) Sound one short blast and alter course to starboard..
(C) Sound two short blasts and alter course to port.
(D) Take a series of compass bearings
At sea you sight a tug displaying this signal. What should you do?
(A) Keep well clear as she is escorting a submersible vessel.
(B) Keep well clear as the tug is restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
(C) Give assistance as the tug is in distress.
(D) Keep well clear as she is towing a dracone.
At sea you sight a tug displaying this signal. What should you do?
(A) Keep well clear as she is escorting a submersible vessel.
(B) Keep well clear as the tug is restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
> (C) Give assistance as the tug is in distress.
(D) Keep well clear as she is towing a dracone.