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Assistance Towing Endorsement – Stranding Quiz

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Category: ASSISTANCE TOWING ENDORSEMENT – Stranding

With a following sea, a vessel will tend to:

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Category: ASSISTANCE TOWING ENDORSEMENT – Stranding

In assistance towing, heaving lines are used for:

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Category: ASSISTANCE TOWING ENDORSEMENT – Stranding

A rope ladder with wooden rungs is a:

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Category: ASSISTANCE TOWING ENDORSEMENT – Stranding

When a boat turns broadside to heavy seas and winds, thus exposing the boat to the danger of capsizing, the boat has:

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Which type of line floats?

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For safety reasons, when assistance towing:

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When there is plenty of sea room, a vessel with a sea anchor and a relatively small center of gravity will ride easiest in a heavy gale with the:

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Category: ASSISTANCE TOWING ENDORSEMENT – Stranding

The splice designed to pass easily through a block is called a(n):

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Category: ASSISTANCE TOWING ENDORSEMENT – Stranding

Your vessel is broken down and rolling in heavy seas. You can reduce the danger of capsizing by:

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The disadvantage of using a heaving line to pass a tow line is that:

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