Captains test #12,#13,#14,#15,#16
#12. Your vessel is meeting another vessel head-on To comply with steering and sailing rules, You should.
A. sound the danger signal
B. sound one prolonged and two short blasts.
C. exchange two short blasts.
D. exchange one short blast.
#13. yellow lights are NOT used to identify
A. U.S. submarine
B. vessels pushing ahead.
C. law enforcement vessels.
D dredge pipeline on trestles.
#14. You have made your vessel up to a tow and are moving from a pier out into the main channel. Your engines are turning ahead. What whistle signal should you sound.
A. One prolonged and two short blasts.
B. three long blasts.
C. one prolong blast.
D. five or more short rapid blasts.
#15. Under the inland Navigation Rules, What is the meaning of the two short blasts signal used when meeting another vessel?
A. I am turning to starboard.
B. I am turning to port.
C. I intend to leave you on my starboard side.
D. I intend to leave you on my port side.
#16. For the purpose of the inland Navigation rules, The term inland waters includes
A. The western rivers
B. the Great Lakes on the United States side of the international Boundary.
C. harbors and rivers shoreward of the COLREGS demarcation lines.
D. All of the above
5 more let's see how you do on these.
If you can't repair it maybe it shouldn't be on the boat