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Which shape should be hoisted by a craft to indicate that it is at anchor?

A black ball hoisted in the rigging in the fore part of the vessel.

What is the fog signal for a power-driven craft making way through the water?

One prolonged bast (5 seconds) at intervals not exceeding two minutes.

A craft is head sounding one short blast on the ship's horn. What does this mean?

One blast means that she is a power driven vessel altering course to starboard.

One sailing vessel is overtaking another. Who is give-way vessel?

The overtaking vessel.

Which is not a distress signal? A. A red hand flare. B. An ensign upside-down C. Spoken word 'Mayday'

An upside down ensign is not a distress signal.

Is it permissible to use a tri-lantern and the low navigation lights together?

No. The tri-lantern is for sailing only. It should not be used in conjunction with any other light.