SEAMANSHIP QUIZ June 2013

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Test your knowledge with these Coast Guard license exam prep questions from the National Captain’s Institute

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1. The Line of Demarcation between Inland and International Rules and waters, when not specifically defined, is

A. drawn through the outermost buoys

B. the 3-mile limit

C. the waters outside U.S. territorial limits

D. an imaginary line along the shoreline and across the mouths of rivers and inlets

2. INTERNATIONAL RULES: In fog, you hear a fog signal ahead of your beam. You should:

A. stop engines

B. reduce speed to bare steerageway

C. continue on course and speed,

making fog signals

D. change course to the right

3. INTERNATIONAL RULES: A towing light is:

A. an after stack light

B. a yellow light at the stern

C. two yellow lights

D. a white light between two reds

4. The time frame for a light on an aid to

navigation to go through a full set of

changes is called a:

A. cycle

B. interval

C. period

D. rhythm

5. What is an isobar?

A. an isolated bar

B. an extremely cold area

C. a line connecting all points of equal

barometric pressure

D. a line of equal temperatures

Answers

1. D, Rule 1

2. B, Rule 19(e)

3. B, Rule 21(d)

4. C

5. C