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Currently just a culmination of all the buoy related test questions
Which of the following chart symbols represents a preferred channel to starboard in an IALA A buoyage system?
The following cones configuration is associated with which cardinal mark?
Which of the following chart symbols represents a North cardinal mark?
What colour is a starboard lateral marker if you are entering a harbour in the UK?
Which direction should the following vessel turn to?
Which cardinal mark has the following colour characteristics?
Which buoys characteristics differ between the 2 IALA buoyage systems?
Generally, the direction of buoyage when entering a river is towards the rivers source. True or False?
The following image identifies which buoy?
Starboard lateral marks are numbered with odd numbers. True or False?
What is an Isolated Danger Marker used for?
Which of the following is a the chart symbol for the direction of buoyage?
Which IALA buoyage system will you be using when entering a harbour in Egypt?
Generally, the direction of buoyage when entering a river is away from the rivers source. True or False?
Which IALA buoyage system will you be using when entering a harbour in Mexico?
If you are in IALA buoyage system B, is the following preferred channel to port or starboard?
Which IALA buoyage system will you be using when sailing in the Mediterranean?
The following image correctly shows a channel in IALA Buoyage System B. True or False?
Which of the following colours identifies a special marks?
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