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RULES OF THE ROAD (Sound & Light Signals 32-37) Quiz

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Category: OUPV – RULES OF THE ROAD – Sound & Light Signals 32-37

(International & Inland) In fog, a vessel not under command, restricted in ability to maneuver, constrained by draft, sailing, trawling, or fishing are all considered handicapped and would sound:

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(International & Inland) Which of the following statements is true concerning the signal for danger or doubt?

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(International & Inland) A 25-meter anchored vessel must give his fog signal:

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(Inland) A 24-meter vessel is required to have what signaling equipment?

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(International & Inland) What signal would a sailing vessel under way on port tack during restricted visibility give?

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(International & Inland) Which of the following sound signaling devices would a power-driven vessel of less than 12 meters be required to have?

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(International & Inland) You are underway in fog you hear four short blasts. What does this indicate?

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(International) What signal is required in a meeting situation where two vessels will pass clear port to port?

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(International & Inland) In fog, a fishing vessel underway shall sound:

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(International) While underway in a narrow channel you are being overtaken by a vessel from astern. The overtaking vessel sounds the proper signal indicating intention to pass on your starboard side. You signal consent by sounding:

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(International & Inland) What vessel in fog would sound a 5 second rapid ringing of a bell followed by the gong?

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(Inland) You hear a vessel sound one short blast. This indicates she:

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Category: OUPV – RULES OF THE ROAD – Sound & Light Signals 32-37

(International & Inland) You are in fog and hear three strokes of a bell, rapid ringing of a bell, three strokes of a bell, followed by the rapid ringing of a gong. It indicates:

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(International & Inland) You hear one prolonged blast followed by two short blasts while underway in restricted visibility. Which of the following could it be?

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(International & Inland) What would a vessel displaying a square flag over a ball indicate?

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(International & Inland) Which of the following would not indicate a vessel in distress?

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(International & Inland) A power vessel underway but not making way in fog sounds:

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(International) One short blast sounded by a vessel would indicate the vessel:

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(International & Inland) What would vessels of more than 100 meters in length be equipped with?

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(International & Inland) A vessel nearing a bend in a narrow channel or fairway would sound:

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(International & Inland) What is the duration of a prolonged blast?

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(International & Inland) What signal would a power vessel entering fog while underway, making way, sound?

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(International & Inland) You are approaching another power-driven vessel from dead astern in open water. You alter course to port in order to pass along his port side. What should you sound?

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(International & Inland) You hear, while underway in fog, a signal of one prolonged followed by three short blasts. This indicates:

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(International & Inland) What type of blast is 4-6 seconds in duration?

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