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RULES OF THE ROAD (General Rules 1-3) Quiz

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Category: OUPV – RULES OF THE ROAD – General Rules 1-3

(International & Inland) Which statement is true regarding the line of demarcation separating Inland and International waters?

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(International & Inland) A vessel engaged in fishing would include all of the following except:

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(International) The proper definition of International waters would be:

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(International & Inland) You are in a crossing situation as the stand-on vessel and have determined that the give-way vessel is not giving way and that a risk of collision exists. You should:

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(International & Inland) You turn on your auxiliary power on your sailboat while underway at night. What else should you do?

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(International & Inland) Under the definition of a power-driven vessel, which of the following would be included?

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(International & Inland) Under the definition of “restricted in ability to maneuver”, which of the following would be included?

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(International) COLREGS are updated and maintained by which agency?

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(Inland) Inland Rules do not mention which of the following vessels?

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(International & Inland) What does “not under command” mean?

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