Question 1

"Long waves begin to form. White foam crests are very frequent. Some airborne spray is present" best describes the sea conditions for which beaufort wind scale number?


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Question 2

The following describes which part of a sail "Aft edge of a sail"?


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Question 3

Which cardinal mark has the following colour characteristics?

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Question 4

A starboard tack is when the wind is coming from the starboard side of the vessel?


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Question 5

Which of the following colours identifies a special marks?


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Question 6

Which of the following sailing terms is described as "Sail located behind the main mast of the vessel"?


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Question 7

What are the IALA buoyage systems?


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Question 8

Enter the assigned phonetic code name to the letter "W"?


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Question 9

The following describes which part of a sail "Bottom forward corner of a sail"?


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Question 10

Which of the following describes the sailing term "Head"?


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Question 11

The following image identifies which sailing term?

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Question 12

The following image identifies which part of a boat?

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Question 13

The following image identifies which part of a sail?

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Question 14

Which letter is represented by the following semaphore flag signal?

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Question 15

The red circle in the following image identifies which sailing term?

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Question 16

In which IALA Buoyage system is the following direction of buoyage?

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Question 17

Which of the following chart symbols represents an isolated danger buoy?


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Question 18

"Flat" best describes the sea conditions for which beaufort wind scale number?


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Question 19

Which of the following sailing terms is described as "Inside the boat towards the bow"?


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Question 20

Port Lateral buoys are green in IALA buoyage system A and red in IALA buoyage system B. True or False?


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