U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary
Flotilla 91 D7 Ft. Myers Beach, Florida
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Fort Myers Beach

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1. BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel is "in sight" of another vessel when she __________.

can be observed by radar
has determined that risk of collision exists
is sounding a fog signal which can be heard on the other vessel
can be observed visually from the other vessel

2. BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In restricted visibility, a vessel fishing with nets shall sound at intervals of two minutes __________.

one prolonged blast
one prolonged followed by two short blasts
one prolonged followed by three short blasts
two prolonged blasts in succession

3. BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel approaching a narrow channel shall __________.

avoid crossing the channel if it impedes another vessel navigating in the channel
not overtake any vessels within the channel
keep as close as possible to the edge of the channel on her port side
anchor only in the middle of the channel

4. INLAND ONLY You are overtaking a power-driven vessel in a narrow channel and wish to leave her on your starboard side. You may __________.

proceed to overtake her without sounding whistle signals
attempt to contact her on the radiotelephone to arrange for the passage
sound four short blasts
Any of the above

5. BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND In restricted visibility a towed vessel must sound a fog signal when it is _____________ .

the last vessel in the tow
the last vessel in the tow and it is carrying a crew
manned, regardless of its position in the tow
None of the above are correct

6. INTERNATIONAL ONLY You are approaching another vessel and will pass starboard to starboard without danger if no course changes are made. You should __________.

hold course and sound a two blast whistle signal
hold course and sound no whistle signal
change course to the right and sound one blast
hold course and sound two prolonged and two short blasts

7. BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND If it becomes necessary for a stand-on vessel to take action to avoid collision, she shall NOT, if possible, __________.

decrease speed
increase speed
turn to port for a vessel on her own port side
turn to starboard for a vessel on her own port side

8. BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel engaged in fishing while at anchor shall sound a fog signal of __________.

one prolonged and three short blasts at one minute intervals
a rapid ringing of the bell for five seconds at one minute intervals
one prolonged and two short blasts at two minute intervals
a sounding of the bell and gong at one minute intervals

9. BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel at anchor shall display, between sunrise and sunset, on the forward part of the vessel where it can best be seen __________.

one black ball
two black balls
one red ball
two orange and white balls

10. BOTH INTERNATIONAL & INLAND A vessel 50 meters in length at anchor must sound which fog signal?

5-second ringing of a bell every minute
5-second ringing of a bell every two minutes
5-second sounding of a gong every minute
5-second sounding of both a bell and gong every two minutes