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RULES OF THE ROAD (Lights & Shapes 20-31) Quiz

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(International) Which vessel would display three red lights in a vertical line?

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(International & Inland) While towing two barges astern on International waters, the length of the tow from the stern of the tug to the stern of the last barge being 250 meters, would show how many forward white masthead lights at night on the towboat?

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(International & Inland) A fishing vessel is displaying the day shape of a cone pointing up in addition to two cones apex together. What would this indicate?

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(International & Inland) What type of vessel while underway at night would display a green light above a white light?

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(International & Inland) You are underway and sight a vessel displaying a ball-diamond-ball. What action should you take?

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(International & Inland) A cone pointed down on a sailing vessel means it is:

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(International & Inland) Which of the following vessels would display three white lights in a vertical line?

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(International & Inland) A diamond dayshape displayed by a tow boat would mean the tow boat:

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(International & Inland) What lights would be required for a tug with a short tow astern in addition to normal lights?

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(International) You vessel is less than 7 meters in length and traveling at approximately 5 knots. It must display a minimum of what lights?

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(International & Inland) What would a vessel showing a ball, diamond, ball indicate that it is?

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(International & Inland) Which of the following statements is true in the Rules concerning lights that must be complied with from sunset to sunrise?

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(International & Inland) What would two red lights in a vertical line at night or 2 black balls during the day indicate?

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(International & Inland) In addition to sidelights and stern light, a sailing vessel underway may exhibit at or near the top of the mast:

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(International & Inland) Vessels at anchor over 100 meters shall, and any vessels at anchor may:

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(International & Inland) Your vessel’s stern light must cover an arc of how much on each side of the vessel?

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(International & Inland) A vessel on the high seas with only one masthead light is how long?

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(International & Inland) What shall vessels restricted in ability to maneuver, except minesweepers, exhibit:

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(International & Inland) A sailing vessel may combine the required sidelights and stern light into one lantern at or near the top of the mast if they are less than:

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(International & Inland) A vessel being pushed ahead and the pushing vessel are rigidly connected as a composite unit. They shall be lighted and regarded as:

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(International & Inland) A power driven vessel towing astern with a tow of less than 200 meters would display, in addition to sidelights and a stern light:

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(International & Inland) A power-driven vessel of how many meters is required to carry a second masthead light higher than the forward one?

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(International & Inland) During the day, a vessel with a tow exceeding 200 meters shall exhibit:

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(Inland) On the Western Rivers, a power-driven vessel pushing ahead or towing alongside, but not as a composite unit shall exhibit:

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(International & Inland) The dayshape of a vessel engaged in fishing or trawling is:

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(Inland) Which light would show through an arc of not less than 180 degrees nor more than 225 degrees from right ahead to abeam and no more than 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on either side of a vessel, visible for 2 miles, and flashes 50-70 times per minute?

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(International & Inland) Vessels restricted in ability to maneuver, with the exception of minesweepers, shall exhibit:

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(International & Inland) Vessels engaged in minesweeping operations shall exhibit the prescribed lights for a power-driven vessel. In addition, which of the following lights are displayed at the masthead and at each end of the foreyard?

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(International & Inland) A vessel exhibits the prescribed lights for a vessel at anchor. In addition, displaying two all-around red lights or three balls in a vertical line would indicate that it is:

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(International & Inland) You see a vessel with three all-around lights, red over white over red, and two red lights on her port side and two green lights on her starboard side. This would be:

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(International & Inland) A pilot vessel underway engaged in pilotage duty shall exhibit, in addition to sidelights and a stern light:

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(International & Inland) If propelled by oars, a vessel shall have ready to exhibit in time to prevent a collision a white lantern or electric torch, or:

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(International & Inland) With the exception of trawling, a fishing vessel with nets extending over 150 meters from the vessel horizontally shall exhibit:

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(International & Inland) Which of the following vessel being towed would have an all-around white light at each end?

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(International & Inland) What size anchored vessel would exhibit one all around white light?

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