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RULES OF THE ROAD (Insight Signals 11-18) Quiz

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Category: OUPV – RULES OF THE ROAD – Insight Signals 11-18

(International & Inland) Which of the following types of vessels must a fishing vessel give way to?

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(International & Inland) You are approaching another vessel and you are not sure if it is a crossing or overtaking situation. Which of the following should you do?

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(International & Inland) At night you see dead ahead red and green lights side by side and white lights above them. What action would you take?

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(International & Inland) What should you do if your sailboat is on a port tack and you see another sailboat but cannot determine its tack?

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(International & Inland) You are a stand-on vessel in a crossing situation. When should you take action to avoid a collision?

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(International & Inland) Which sailing vessel must keep out of the way of the other when both sailing vessels are running free with the wind on the same side?

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Category: OUPV – RULES OF THE ROAD – Insight Signals 11-18

(International & Inland) If a stand-on vessel finds herself so close that collision cannot be avoided by action of the give-way vessel alone:

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Category: OUPV – RULES OF THE ROAD – Insight Signals 11-18

(International & Inland) When in an overtaking situation:

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(International & Inland) When in a crossing situation the give-way vessel should:

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Category: OUPV – RULES OF THE ROAD – Insight Signals 11-18

(International & Inland) In a crossing situation, a stand-on vessel should hold course and speed until:

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Category: OUPV – RULES OF THE ROAD – Insight Signals 11-18

(International) What signal will two vessels meeting head to head on reciprocal courses and will pass safely starboard to starboard one quarter mile apart sound?

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(International & Inland) Two sailing vessels approach each other. The vessel which shall keep out of the way of the other when both have the wind on the same side is:

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Category: OUPV – RULES OF THE ROAD – Insight Signals 11-18

(Inland) Which of the following vessels on Western Rivers is required to keep out of the way of a power-driven vessel ascending or descending?

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(International & Inland) Which of the following must a sailing vessel shall keep out of the way of?

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(International & Inland) According to the Rules of the Road, a seaplane on the water shall:

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(International & Inland) Two power driven vessels are meeting head on so as to involve risk of collision. Each vessel shall:

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(International & Inland) You are in a crossing situation. The vessel which has the other on her starboard side shall, if circumstances admit:

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(International & Inland) Using subsequent alterations in the bearings of two vessels, the vessel:

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(International & Inland) If you are in doubt as to whether the situation is an overtaking one or not:

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(International & Inland) Your sailboat is on a port tack and you see another sailboat but cannot determine its tack. What should you do?

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