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Question 1 What vessels do COLREG rules 1983 apply to?

1 To all vessels navigating in international waters 2 To all vessels navigating in roadsteads! straits and open seas 3 To all vessels upon the high seas and in all waters "onne"ted therewith Question # $ow do COLREG rules inter%ere with the spe"ial rules %or roadsteads! har&ors! rivers! la'es or inland waterways naviga&le &y seagoing vessels? 1 (othing in COLREG rules shall inter%ere with the operation o% spe"ial rules! )ade &y an appropriate authority! &ut su"h spe"ial rules shall "on%or) as "losely as possi&le to COLREG rules

2 The appropiate authority is not o&liged to ta'e into a""ount COLREG rules 3 The COLREG rules shall apply in all "ir"u)stan"es Question 3 $ow do COLREG rules inter%ere with the lights and signals %or ships o% war! vessels pro"eeding un "onvoy and %ishing vessels engaged in %ishing as a %leet? 1 The Govern)ent o% any state )ay issue spe"ial rules with respe"t to the nu)&er o% station lights or signal lights &ut these shall! so %ar as possi&le! &e su"h that they "annot &e )ista'en %or the lights or signals authori*ed under COLREG rules

2 The Govern)ent o% any state )ay authori*e any lights or signals 3 COLREG rules shall &e "o)plied with as "losely as possi&le Question + When is a vessel! the )aster or the owner e,onerated %ro) the "onse-uen"es o% any negle"t or the negle"t o% any pre"aution! whi"h )ay &e re-uired &y the ordinary pra"ti"e o% sea)an? 1 2 3 The "o)plian"e with COLREG rules e,onerates the vessel! )aster or owner %ro) any responsa&ility The "losest possi&le "o)plian"e with the rule .privileged vessel. e,onerates the vessel! )aster or owner %ro) any responsa&ility

The rules shall not e,onerate the vessel! )aster or owner %ro) the "onse-uen"es o% any negle"t to "o)ply with these rules or o% the negle"t o% any pre"aution! whi"h )ay &e re-uired &y the ordinary pra"ti"e o% sea)an Question / When is it per)itted to )a'e a departure %ro) the COLREG rules? 1 0n national waters! roasteads and in all waters "onne"ted therewith naviga&le &y seagoing vessels 2 When there is a danger o% navigation! ris' o% "ollision as well as in all spe"ial "ir"u)stan"es 3 0t is not per)itted to )a'e any departure %ro) the COLREG rules Question 1 What does the word .vessel. )ean! a""ording to the COLREG rules? 1 2ny water"ra%t "apa&le o% %loating on water without propelling )a"hinery 2 2ny water"ra%t in"luding non3displa"e)ent "ra%t and seaplanes used or "apa&le o% &eing used as a )eans o% transportation on water 3 2ny %loating o&4e"t %itted with propelling )a"hinery Question 5 What does the ter) .power3driven vessel. )ean? 1 The ter) .power3driven vessel. )eans any vessel propelled &y )a"hinery 2 6essels using a 7iesel engine as a )eans o% propulsion 3 2ll vessels "apa&le o% navigating on water! e,"ept %or sailing vessels Question 8 What does the ter) .sailing vessel. )ean? 1 2ny vessel using wind power as )eans o% propulsion 2 2ny power3driven vessel using sails! too 3 2ny vessel under sail provided that propelling )a"hinery! i% %itted! is not &eing used

Question 9 What does the ter) 8vessel engaged in %ishing. )ean? 1 2ny vessel %ishing with trolling lines or other %ishing apparatus! whi"h do not restri"t )anoeuvra&ility 2 2ll vessels &uilt and e-uipped %or %ishing 3 2ny vessel %ishing with nets! lines! trawls or other %ishing apparatus! whi"h restri"t )anoeuvra&ility Question 19 What does the word .seaplane. )ean? 1 2ny air"ra%t designed to "arry out hydrote"hni"al and:or hydro)eteorologi"al wor' 2 2ny air"ra%t designed to )anoeuvre on the water 3 2ny air"ra%t &eing on the water %or various reasons Question 11 What does the ter) .vessel not under "o))and. )ean? 1 2ny vessel having serious da)ages to the steering gear and:or the )ain engine 2 2ny vessel! whi"h through so)e e,"eptional "ir"u)stan"e is una&le to )anoeuvre as re-uired &y the rules and is there%ore una&le to 'eep out o% the way o% another vessel 3 2ny da)aged vessel! whi"h is una&le to )anoeuvre and to 'eep out o% the way o% another vessel Question 1# What does the ter) .vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre. )ean? 1 2 vessel whi"h %ro) the nature o% her wor' is restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre as re-uired &y the rules and is there%ore una&le to 'eep out o% the way o% another vessel 2 2 vessel with )inor da)ages to the gear and:or the engine! &eing re)edied 3 2 vessel una&le to deviate %ro) her "ourse due to so)e navigation o&stru"tions Question 13 What vessel )ay &e "onsidered as .vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre.? 1 2 vessel with da)aged steering gear 2 2 vessel engaged in laying! pi"'ing up or servi"ing a navigation )ar' 3 2 deep draught vessel navigating in the straits Question 1+ What vessel )ay &e "onsidered as .vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre.? 1 2 vessel engaged in laying or pi"'ing up a su&)arine "a&le or pipeline 2 2 sailing vessel having the wind dead ahead 3 2 vessel having da)ages to the propeller syste) Question 1/ What vessel )ay &e "onsidered as .vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre.? 1 2 vessel engaged in %ishing whi"h is going to re"over her gear 2 2 dri%ting vessel 3 2 vessel engaged in dredging! hydrographi" surveying and o"eanographi" operations or underwater operations Question 11 What vessel )ay &e "onsidered as .vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre.? 1 2 vessel engaged in replenish)ent or trans%erring persons! provisions or "arge while underway 2 2 vessel lying to! on stor)y weather 3 2 vessel with da)ages to the steering gear

Question 15 What vessel )ay &e "onsidered as .vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre.? 1 2 vessel engaged in an a&andon3ship drill 2 2 vessel engaged in the laun"hing or re"overy o% air"ra%t 3 2 deep draught vessel sailing in narrow "hannels

Question 18 What vessel )ay &e "onsidered as .vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre.? 1 2 vessel engaged in ta'ing : dropping the pilot 2 2 vessel with the engines stopped 3 2 vessel engaged in "learan"e operations Question 19 What vessel )ay &e "onsidered as .vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre.? 1 2 vessel engaged in towing! having the towing line less than /9 ; in length 2 2 pushing tug &oat! underway! at night 3 2 vessel engaged in towing operation su"h as severely restri"ts the towing vessel and her tow in their a&ility to deviate %ro) their "ourse Question #9 To what vessel is the ter) .vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre. li)ited? 1 The ter) .vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre. will not &e li)ited to the vessels -uoted in the rules 2 0t is li)ited to the vessels -uoted in the rules 3 0t is li)ited to the da)aged vessels! whi"h are una&le to 'eep out o% the way o% another vessel Question #1 What does the ter) .vessel "onstrained &y her draught. )ean? 1 2 vessel! whi"h &e"ause o% her draught and the e,isten"e o% navigation o&stru"tions in una&le to deviate %ro) her "ourse 2 3 2 deep draught vessel &eing towed 2 power3driven vessel that &e"ause o% her draght in relation to the avila&le depth o% water is severely restri"ted in her a&ility to deviate %ro) her "ourse Question ## What does the ter) .vessel underway. )ean? 1 2ny vessel whi"h is not )ade %ast %ro) the shore 2 2ny vessel at sea having the propeller syste) wor'ing 3 2ny vessel whi"h not at an"hor or )ade %ast to the shore! or aground Question #3 What does the ter) .vessel<s length. )ean? 1 6essel<s length &etween perpendi"ulars 2 6essel<s length overall 3 6essel<s length )easured &etween the draught line %orward and the draught 0ine a%t Question #+ What does the ter) .vessel<s &readth. )ean? 1 6essel<s greatest &readth

2 6essel<s &readth )idship 3 The )ean &readth o% the vessel )easured at the &ow! stern and )idship Question #/ When are # vessels dee)ed to &e in sight o% one another? 1 When they are wat"hing ea"h other! visually 2 When only one "an &e o&served visually %ro) the other 3 When the vessels are not &eyond radar range Question #1 What does the ter) .restri"ted visi&ility. )ean? 1 2ny "ondition in whi"h visi&ility is redu"ed under 1!/ ) 2 The "ondition in whi"h the visi&ility is restri"ted &y %og! rain or snow 3 2ny "ondition in whi"h visi&ility is restri"ted &y %og! )ist! %alling snow! heavy rainstor)s! sandstor)s or any other si)ilar "auses

Question #5 $ow shall a proper loo'3out &e )aintained a&oard? 1 Every vessel shall at all ti)es )aintain a proper loo'3out &y sight and hearing as well as &y all availa&le )eans appropriate in the prevailing "ir"u)stan"es and "onditions so as to )a'e a %ull appraisal o% the situation and o% ris' o% "ollision 2 3 Every vessel shall at all ti)es )aintain a loo'3out &y sight to avoid any dangerous situation When the visi&ility is restri"ted! a proper loo'3out shall &e )aintained in order to )a'e a %ull appraisal o% any ris' o% "ollision Question #8 When shall a vessel pro"eed at .sa%e speed.? 1 =nder "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility 2 2t all ti)es 3 0n straits! "hannels and di%%i"ult "onditions Question #9 What is the reason %or pro"eeding at a .sa%e speed.? 1 2 vessel shall pro"eed at a sa%e speed so that she "an ta'e proper and e%%e"tive a"tion to avoid "ollision and &e stopped within a distan"e appropriate to the prevailing "ir"u)stan"es and "onditions 2 2 vessel shall pro"eed at a sa%e speed so that she "an in all "ir"u)stan"es avoid any "ollision 3 2 vessel shall pro"eed at a sa%e speed to avoid a "lose -uarters situation &etween ships Question 39 Whi"h are the %a"tors ta'en into a""ount in deter)inating the .sa%e speed.? 1 The vessel<s length! nauti"al -ualities o% the vessel! the engine<s power and the visi&ility 2 The "rew<s training! the navigation "onditions and visi&ility 3 The visi&ility! the tra%%i" density! the )anoeuvra&ility o% the vessel at night! the presen"e o% &a"'ground light! the state o% wind and sea! the vessel<s draught Question 31 Whi"h are the %a"tors ta'en into a""ount in deter)ining the .sa%e speed. additionally! &y vessels with operational radar? 1 The )ini)al passing distan"e> the use o% a proper range s"ale! the eli)ination o% 4a))ing

The "hara"teristi"s! e%%i"ien"y! "onstraints i)posed &y the radar range s"ale in use! the e%%e"t o% the sea state! the nu)&er! lo"ation and )ove)ent o% vessels

3 The sa)e %a"tors as when the radar is not in use Question 3# What )eans shall a vessel use to deter)ine i% ris' o% "ollision e,ists? 1 Every vessel shall use all availa&le )eans appropriate to the prevailing "ir"u)stan"es and "onditions to deter)ine i% ris' o% "ollision e,ists 2 Every vessel shall use all visual )eans to deter)ine i% ris' o% "ollision e,ists 3 Every vessel shall use the radar to deter)ine i% ris' o% "ollision e,ists Question 33 $ow shall radar e-uip)ent &e used i% %itted a&oard? 1 The radar e-uip)ent shall &e used when the visi&ility is restri"ted using ade-uate range s"ales 2 The radar e-uip)ent shall &e used to avoid ris' o% "ollision 3 ?roper use shall &e )ade o% radar e-uip)ent! in"luding long3range s"anning to o&tain early warning o% ris' o% "ollision and radar plotting or e-uivalent syste)ati" o&servation o% dete"ted o&4e"ts Question 3+ When shall it &e dee)ed that a ris' o% "ollision e,ists? 1 When the vessels are navigating on opposit "ourses 2 When the "o)pass &earing o% an approa"hing vessel does not appre"ia&ly "hange 3 When the approa"hing speed &etween the two vessels is very high

Question 3/ When shall it &e dee)ed that a ris' o% "ollision e,ists! when an appre"ia&le &earing "hange is evident? 1 When approa"hing a very large vessel or a tow or when approa"hing a vessel at "lose range 2 When a vessel approa"hing %ro) a&ea)! at high speed 3 When approa"hing a vessel at low speed! %ro) astern Question 31 $ow shall an a"tion to avoid "ollision &e ta'en? 1 0n a)ple ti)e! with a su""ession o% s)all alterations o% "ourse in order not to deviate %ro) the vessel<s "ourse 2 ?ositively! in a)ple ti)e and with due regard to the o&servan"e o% good sea)anship 3 ?ositively! with speed alterations to avoid ris' o% "ollision Question 35 $ow shall the alternations o% "ourse and:or speed &e )ade to avoid "ollision? 1 @)all alterations o% "ourse and:or speed not to deviate too )u"h %ro) vessel<s "ourse 2 Large enough alterations o% speed and s)all alterations o% "ourse! not to deviate too )u"h %ro) vessel<s "ourse 3 0% the "ir"u)stan"es ad)it! they shall &e large enough to &e readily apparent to another vessel o&serving visually or &y radar Question 38 0% alteration o% "ourse alone is su%%i"ient to avoid "ollision! how shall it &e done? 1 The )anoeuvre shall &e )ade in good ti)e> &e su&stantial and it does not result another "lose3-uarts situation 2 Large alterations o% "ourse shall &e )ade! su%%i"ient to avoid "ollision

3 2n alternation o% "ourse! su%%i"ient to avoid any ris' o% "ollision Question 39 What distan"e &etween vessels shall the avoiding a"tion ensure? 1 2 distan"e o% not less than 1 "a&les shall &e ensured 2 0t shall &e su"h as to result in passing at a sa%e distan"e 3 0t shall he su"h as to ensure that the vessel passes at )ore than # )iles distan"e Question +9 Till when shall the e%%e"tiveness o% an avoiding a"tion &e "he"'ed? 1 =ntill the vessels shall &e a&ea) one to ea"h other 2 =ntill the other vessel will &e at an angle o% )ore than +/ degrees &y star&oard : portside 3 =ntill the other vessel is %inally past and "lear Question +1 Whi"h is the &est )anoeuvre to allow )ore ti)e to asses the situation! when a "ollision )ust &e avoided? 1 @la"'ening her speed or ta'ing all way o%% &y stopping or reversing her )eans o% propulsion 2 @topping the vessel 3 @la"'ening the speed to steerage way Question +# $ow shall a vessel navigate along a narrow "hannel or %airway ? 1 0n the "entre o% the "hannel or %airway 2 2s near to the outer li)it o% the "hannel or %airway whi"h lies on her star&oard side as is sa%e and pra"ti"a&le 3 The vessel shall 'eep as neato the outer li)it o% the "hannel or %airway as possi&le! to provide a proper loo'3out Question +3 $ow shall a vessel less than #9 ) in length or a sailing vessel pro"eed along a narrow %airway? 1 2s all the other vessels 2 2s "lose to the "entre o% the %airway as possi&le 3 The vessel shall not i)pede the passage o% a vessel whi"h "an sa%ely navigate only within a narrow %airway or "hannel

Question ++ $ow shall a vessel engaged in %ishing "ondu"t in a narrow "hannel or %airway ? 1 The vessel shall not i)pede the passage o% any other vessel navigating within a narrow "hannel or %airway 2 They shall %ish only in the "entre o% the narrow "hannel not to i)pede the passage in &oth dire"tions 3 2s a privileged vessel whi"h )ust &e avoided Question +/ What sound signals )ay a vessel navigating within a "hannel use! when in dou&t to the intention o% a "rossing vessel ? 1 One long &last and two short &lasts on the whistle 2 Aive short and rapid &lasts on the whistle 3 One long warning signal Question +1 What sa%ety pre"autions shall a vessel nearing a &end o% a narrow "hannel or %airway ta'e? 1 To sound / short &lasts 2 To sound one short &last and navigate on the right side o% the "hannel

3 To sound one long &last and navigate with parti"ular alertness and "aution Question +5 What shall the tra%%i" separation s"he)es rule apply to? 1 To tra%%i" separation s"he)es adopted &y the organi*ation 2 To tra%%i" separation s"he)es adopted &y the Govern)ent o% the respe"tive state 3 To tra%%i" separation s"he)es adopted &y the organi*ation and the Govern)ents Question +8 $ow shall a vessel navigate within a tra%%i" separation s"he)e? 1 The vessel shall navigate as "lose as possi&le to the tra%%i" separation s"he)es 2 The vessel shall navigate in the tra%%i" lane in the indi"ated dire"tion 3 The vessel shall navigate in the appropriate tra%%i" lane in the general dire"tion o% tra%%i" %low %or that lane and! so %ar as pra"ti"a&le! 'eep "lear o% a tra%%i" separation line or separation *one Question +9 $ow! shall a vessel 4oin or leave a tra%%i" separation s"he)e? 1 2t right angles to the general dire"tion o% the tra%%i" %low 2 (or)ally 4oin or leave tra%%i" lane at the ter)ination o% the lane! &ut! when 4oining or leaving %ro) either side shall do so at as s)all angle to the general dire"tion o% tra%%i" %low as possi&le 3 Through the tra%%i" separation *one &ut with the approuval o% the authorities surveying navigation in the tra%%i" separation s"he)e Question /9 $ow shall a vessel "ross the tra%%i" lanes when is o&liged to do so? 1 2t a s)all angle to the general dire"tion o% tra%%i" %low and at s)all speed 2 2t as s)all an angle to the general dire"tion o% tra%%i" %low as pra"ti"a&le at %ull speed 3 2s nearly as pra"ti"a&le at right angles to the dire"tion o% tra%%i" %low Question /1 @hall inshore tra%%i" *ones &e used %or the inshore tra%%i"? 1 (or)ally! they shall not &e used %or through tra%%i"! e,"ept %or vessels o% less than #9) in length and sailing vessels 2 They shall &e used &y all vessels owned &y the riverside state 3 They shall &e used &y vessels restri"ted in their a&ility to )anoeuvre Question /# When shall a vessel enter a separation *one or "ross a separation line? 1 When the hydro)eteorologi"al "onditions )a'e it di%%i"ult to navigate in the general dire"tion o% tra%%i" %low 2 0n "ases o% e)ergen"y! to avoid i))ediate danger or to engage in %ishing within a separation *one 3 The separation *one shall not &e "rossed in any "ir"u)stan"es

Question /3 $ow shall a vessel navigate in areas near the ter)inations o% tra%%i" separation s"he)es? 1 The vessel shall navigate in the general dire"tion o% tra%%i" %low 2 The intentions o% altering "ourse will &e "o))uni"ated &y sound and visual signals 3 The vessel shall do so with parti"ular "aution Question /+ 0s an"horing per)itted in the tra%%i" separation s"he)es?

2 vessel shall so %ar as pra"ti"a&le avoid an"horing in a tra%%i" separation s"he)e or in areas near its ter)inations 2 2n"horing is per)itted! &ut the vessels shall )a'e all signals provided in the COLREG rules 3 2n"horing is prohi&ited in all "ir"u)stan"es Question // $ow shall vessels not using a tra%%i" separation s"he)e navigate? 1 They shall use the inshore tra%%i" *ones 2 They shall avoid it &y as wide a )argin as is pra"ti"a&le 3 They shall navigate in the pro,i)ity o%! &ut shall not "ross the separation line Question /1 $ow shall vessels engaged in %ishing "ondu"t in a tra%%i" separation s"he)e? 1 They shall "ondu"t as any other vessel and shall "o)ply with the COLREG rules 2 They shall navigate in any dire"tion %or %ishing purposes 3 They shall not i)pede the passage o% any vessel %ollowing a tra%%i" lane Question /5 Whi"h are the vessels e,e)pted %ro) "o)plying with provisions at the rule regarding navigation in tra%%i" separation s"he)es? 1 6essels restri"ted in their a&ility to )anoeuvre when engaged in an operation %or the )aintenan"e o% sa%ety o% navigation in the tra%%i" separation s"he)e is e,e)pted %ro) "o)plying with this rule

2 6essels with da)ages to the )ain engine 3 6essels with da)ages to the steering gear Question /8 2re the vessels restri"ted in their a&ility to )anoeuvre when engaged in an operation %or the laying! servi"ing or pi"'ing up o% a su&)arine "a&le e,e)pted %ro) "o)plying with provisions o% the rule regarding navigation in tra%%i" separation s"he)es? 1 They are not e,e)pted %ro) "o)plying with this rule 2 They are e,e)pted %ro) "o)plying with this rule to the e,tend ne"essary to "arry out the operation 3 They are e,e)pted %ro) "o)plying with this rule i% they are giving warning signals Question /9 $ow shall a vessel overta'ing any other "ondu"t? 1 The vessel overta'ing any other will have priority 2 The overta'en vessel shall )anoeuvre su"h as to allow the overta'ing vessel to overta'e 3 2ny vessel overta'ing any other shall 'eep out o% the way o% the vessel &eing overta'en Question 19 When shall a vessel &e dee)ed to &e overta'ing any other? 1 When "o)ing up with another vessel %ro) B dire"tion )ore than ##C/ a%t her &ea) so that at night she would &e a&le to see only the sternlight o% that vessel 2 When she will &e a&le to see the sternlight and the sidelights o% the overta'en vessel 3 When she will &e a&le to see the stern3)asthead light and the sidelights Question 11 $ow shall a vel )anoeuvre in &t as to whether she is overta'ing another? 1 @he shall "onsider hersel% a privileged vessel and shall )aintain her "ourse and speed 2 @he shall assu)e that this is the "ase and a"t a""ordingly 3 @he shall give the regular signals and a%ter &eing enlightened! a"t a""ording to the "ir"u)stan"es

Question 1# $ow shall # power3driven vessels )anoeuvre! when navigating on re"ipro"al or nearly re"ipro"al "ourses! so as to involve ris' o% "ollision ? 1 Ea"h shall alter "ourses to port in order to pass at a sa%e distan"e 2 They shall give the regular signals! alter "ourse to star&oard or port! a""ording to the "ir"u)stan"es 3 Ea"h shall alter her "ourse to star&oard so that ea"h shall pass on the port side o% the other Question 13 When shall the vessel &e dee)ed to have re"ipro"al "ourses? 1 When the vessel sees the other ahead and &y night she "ould see the )asthead lights o% the other in a line and:or &oth sidelights and! &y day> she o&serves the "orresponding aspe"t o% the other vessel 2 When &y night she "ould see the )asthead lights nearly in a line and one o% the sidelights and &y day the )asts "an &e seen under a s)all angle

3 When the )asthead lights and the sternlight "an &e seen Question 1+ $ow shall # sailing vessels )anoeuvre when they are approa"hing one another! so as to involve ris' o% "ollision and ea"h has the wind on a di%%erent side? 1 The vessel whi"h has the wind on the port side shall 'eep out o% the way o% the other 2 The vessel whi"h has the wind on the star&oard side shall 'eep out o% the way o% the other 3 The vessel whi"h has the wind %ro) astern shall 'eep out o% the way o% the other Question 1/ $ow shall # sailing vessels )anoeuvre! when they are approa"hing one another so as to involve ris' o% "ollision and &oth have the wind on the sa)e side 1 The vessel whi"h sees the other on port side shall 'eep out o% the way o% the other 2 The vessel whi"h is to windward shall 'eep out o% the way o% the vessel whi"h is to leeward 3 The vessel whi"h sees the other on star&oard side shall 'eep out o% the way o% the other Question 11 What )anoeuvre shall &e )ade when # power3driven vessels are "rossing so as to involve ris' o% "ollision? 1 The vessel! whi"h sees the other on port side! shall 'eep out o% the way o% the other 2 The vessel! whi"h sees the other on star&oard side! shall redu"e speed or even stop to let the other pass &y 3 The vessel! whi"h has the other on it own star&oard side! shall 'eep out o% the way and! i% the "ir"u)stan"es o% the "ase ad)it! avoid "rossing ahead o% the other vessel Question 15 Whi"h is the a"tion &y given3way vessel? 1 The vessel shall so %ar as possi&le ta'e early and su&stantial a"tion to 'eep well "lear 2 The vessel shall ta'e early a"tion with s)all alterations o% "ourse not to deviate too )u"h %ro) her "ourse 3 When the vessels are in "lose pro,i)ity! the give3way vessel shall ta'e su&stantial a"tion &y alterations o% "ourse and speed to "o)pletly avoid the ris' Question 18 Whi"h is the a"tion &y stand3on vessel? 1 The vessel shall 'eep her "ourse and speed 2 The vessel shall alter her "ourse only in order to avoid a dangerous situation 3 The vessel shall redu"e speed or even stop not to engender dangerous situations Question 19 When shall a stand3on vessel ta'e a"tion to avoid "ollision &y her )anoeuvre alone? 1 The vessel shall not 'eep out o% the way o% another vessel! no )atter the "ir"u)stan"es 2 2s soon as it &e"o)e apparent to her that the vessel re-uired to 'eep out o% the way is not ta'ing appropriate a"tion in "o)plian"e with the rules 3 When a%ter ta'ing the &earing! she reali*ed that the ris' o% "ollision e,ists

Question 59 When shall a stand3on vessel ta'e a"tion to avoid "ollision &y her )anoeuvre alone? 1 When the vessels are navigating through the straits 2 When entering or leaving a tra%%i" separation s"he)e 3 When! %ro) any "ause! the vessel %inds hersel% so "lose that "ollision "annot &e avoided &y the a"tion o% the give3way vessel alone! she shall ta'e su"h a"tion as will &est aid to avoid "ollision Question 51 Whi"h vessel<s way shall a power3driven vessel underway 'eep out o%? 1 2 vessel not under "o))and 2 2ll oil3tan'ers and tan'ers "arrying li-ue%ied gases 3 ?ower3driven vesselsD with high speed Question 5# Whi"h vessel<s way shall a power3driven vessel 'eep out o% ? 1 ?ilot vessels underway! engaged in pilotage operations 2 6essels restri"ted in their a&ility to )anoeuvre 3 @pe"iali*ed vessels "arrying "ontainers and RO:RO vessels Question 53 Whi"h vessels< way shall a power3driven vessel underway 'eep out o%? 1 Aish3"arners! underway 2 Resear"h vessels! underway 3 6essels engaged in %ishing Question 5+ Whi"h vessels< way shall a power3driven vessel underway 'eep out o%? 1 @ailing vessels 2 @ailing vessels navigating only &y use o% engines 3 @ailing vessels! having a &la"' "one ape, downwards Question 5/ Whi"h vessels< way shall a sailing vessel underway 'eep out o%? 1 ?ower3driven vessels with low speed 2 6essels not under "o))and 3 Oil3tan'ers or tan'ers "arrying li-ue%ied gases Question 51 Whi"h vessels< way shall a sailing vessel underway 'eep out o%? 1 Aish3%ree*ing vessels with high speed 2 Oil3tan'ers 3 6essels restri"ted in their a&ility to )anoeuvre Question 55 Whi"h vessels< way shall a sailing vessel underway 'eep out o% ? 1 6essels engaged in %ishing 2 Trawlers underway to the %ishing grounds 3 Aish3"arriers! underway Question 58 Whi"h vessels< way shall! so %ar as possi&le! a vessel engaged in %ishing! when underway! 'eep out o% ?

1 Aish3"arriers underway to the an"horage 2 6essels not under "o))and 3 ?ilot3vessels underay Question 59 Whi"h vessels< way shall! so %ar as possi&le a vessel engaged in %ishing! when underway! 'eep out o% ? 1 ?ower3driven vessels at high speed 2 2 ir3"ushion vessels underway 3 6essels restri"ted in their a&ility to )anoeuvre

Question 89 Whi"h vessels< way shall a vessel "onstrained &y her draught 'eep out o% ? 1 6essels restri"ted in their a&ility to )anoeuvre 2 ?ower3driven vessels underway! with low speed 3 @pe"iali*ed vessels Question 81 Whi"h vessels< way shall a vessel "onstrained &y her draught 'eep out o%? 1 @ailing vessels 2 6essels not under "o))and 3 Oil3tan'ers and tan'ers "arrying li-ue%ied gases Question 8# Whi"h vessels shall! i% the "ir"u)stan"es o% the "ase ad)it! avoid i)peding the sa%e passage o% a vessel "onstrained &y her draught? 1 6essels restri"ted in their a&ility to )anoeuvre 2 6essels not under "o))and 3 ?ower3driven vessels underway Question 83 What sa%ety pre"autions shall a seaplane on the water ta'e? 1 @he shall 'eep well "lear o% all vessels and avoid i)peding their navigation 2 @he shall give a warning signal in order to &e avoided 3 @he shall "onsider hersel% as any other privileged vessel and %ollow her "ourse and speed Question 8+ Whi"h vessels do the rules o% "ondu"t o% vessels in restri"ted visi&ility apply to? 1 6essels navigating in areas o% restri"ted visi&ility when only one o% the) is not in sight o% one another 2 6essels not in sight o% one another when navigating in or near areas o% restri"ted visi&ility 3 6essels navigating in or near areas o% restri"ted visi&ility when they sight only the )asthead lights o% one another Question 8/ 2t what speed shall a vessel navigate in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 2t slow speed and loo'out %orward 2 2t e"ono)i" speed &ut with radar wor'ing and a proper loo'out in order to avoid ris' o% "ollision 3 2t a sa%e speed adapted to the prevailing "ir"u)stan"es and "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility Question 81 $ow shall a power3driven vessel navigate in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 2t a sa%e speed and her engines ready %or i))ediate )anoeuvre

2 2t slow speed &ut the telegraph on .stand3&y. in order to &e a&le to )anoeuvre in a)ple ti)e 3 2t e"ono)i" speed! &ut with a proper loo'3out Question 85 2 vessel! whi"h dete"ts &y radar alone the presen"e o% another vessel! shall deter)ine i% a "lose3-uarters situation is developing and:or ris' o% "ollision e,ists 0% so! she shall ta'e avoiding a"tion in a)ple ti)e> however! i% su"h a"tion "onsists o% an alteration o% "ourse! point out what )anoeuvres shall &e avoided! so %ar as possi&le 1 2n alteration o% "ourse to star&oard %or a vessel %orward o% the &ea)! other than %or a vessel &eing overta'en 2 2n alteration o% "ourse to port %or a vessel %orward o% the &ea)! other than %or a vessel &eing overta'en 3 2n 189 degrees alteration Ere"ipro"alF to avoid ris' o% "ollision Question 88 2 vessel whi"h dete"ts &y radar alone the presen"e o% another vessel shall deter)ine i% a "lose3-uarters situation is developing and:or ris' o% "ollision e,ists 0% so! she shall ta'e avoiding a"tions in a)ple ti)e> however! i% su"h a"tion "onsists o% an alteration o% "ourse! point out what )anoeuvre shall &e avoided so %ar as possi&le 1 2 3 2n alteration o% "ourse in the opposite dire"tion o% a vessel a&ea) or a&a%t the &ea) 2 99C alteration o% "ourse in the opposite dire"tion o% the signal in order to &e dee)ed as &eing overta'en 2n alteration o% "ourse towards a vessel or a&a%t the &ea)

Question 89 E,"ept where it has &een deter)ined that a ris' o% "ollision does not e,ist! point out how a vessel shall "ondu"t! whi"h hears apparently %orward o% her &ea) the %og signal o% another vessel! or whi"h "annot avoid a "lose3-uarters situation with another vessel %orward o% her &ea) 1 2 3 @he shall redu"e her speed to the )ini)u) at whi"h she "an &e 'ept on her "ourse @he shall! i% ne"essary! ta'e all her way o%% and in any event navigate with e,tre)e "aution until danger o% "ollision is over @he shall 'eep at the sa)e speed! &ut with the engine on stand3&y %or )anoeuvre in order to avoid ris' o% "ollision

@he shall navigate at e"ono)i" speed and proper loo'3out! radar wor'ing and the engines on stand3&y ready %or )anoeuvre Question 99 When shall the rules "on"erning .lights and shapes. "o)plied with? 1 When underway! &y day and &y night 2 0n all weathers 3 When she is )oored! &y day and &y night Question 91 When shall the rules "on"erning lights &e "o)plied with? 1 Gy night 2 Gy night and in restri"ted visi&ility 3 Aro) sunset to sunrise Question 9# When shall the lights pres"ri&ed &y these rules &e also e,hi&ited? 1 Aro) sunrise to sunset! restri"ted visi&ilitand in all other "ir"u)stan"es when it is dee)ed ne"essary 2 When visi&ility is under 3 () 3 0n straits! in restri"ted visi&ility Question 93 When shall the rules "on"erning shapes &e "o)plied with ? 1 Gy twilight

2 Gy day 3 Gy day or &y night when they are lit Question 9+ What does the ter) < )asthead light< )ean? 1 2ny white light pla"ed on the )ast o% a vessel at a height pres"ri&ed &y the register standards 2 2ny white all round light 3 2ny white light pla"ed over the %ore and a%t "entreline o% the vessel showing an un&ro'en light over an ar" o% the hori*on o% ##/ degrees and so %i,ed as to show the light %ro) right ahead to ##C/ a&a%t the &ea) on either side o% the vessel Question 9/ What does the word .sidplight. )ean ? 1 2 green light on the star&oard side and a red light on the port side ea"h showing an un&ro'en light over an ar" o% the hori*on o% 11# / and so %i,ed as to show the light %ro) right ahead to ## / degrees a&a%t the &ea) on its respe"tive side 2 The white sidelights %ro) the side3ladders 3 The white light %ro) the de"'s Question 91 What does the word .sternlight. )ean? 1 2 white light pla"ed at the stern o% a vessel 2 2 white light pla"ed as nearly as pra"ti"a&le at the stern showing an un&ro'en light over an ar" o% the hori*on o% 13/C and soi,ed as to show the liht 15C/ right a%t on %ro) ea"h side o% the vessel 3 2 white light pla"ed at the stern showing an un&ro'en 0ight over an ar" o% 319C Question 95 What does the ter) .towing light. )ean? 1 2 white light pla"ed a&ove the sternlight used as a steering guide while towing 2 2 yellow light showing an un&ro'en light over an ar" o% the hori*on o% 319C 3 2 yellow light pla"ed as nearly as pra"ti"a&le at the stern showing an un&ro'en light over an ar" o% the hori*on o% 13/ degrees and so %i,ed as to show the light 15C/ %ro) right a%t on ea"h side o% the vessel Question 98 What does the ter) .all round light. )ean? 1 2 light showing an un&ro'en light over an ar" o% the hori*on o% 319C 2 2n un&ro'en light visi&le %ro) ahead and either side o% the vessel 3 2 light showing an un&ro'en light visi&le over an ar" o% the hori*on o% 189C Question 99 What does the ter) .%lashing light. )ean? 1 2 light %lashing at regular intervais at a %re-uen"y o% 19 %lashes per )inute 2 2 0ight %lashing at regular intervals at a %re-uen"y o% 1#9 %lashes or )ore per )inute 3 2 light %lashing -ui"' Hlashes at regular intervals Question 199 What ranges shall the )astlights &e visi&le at %or vessels o% /9) or )ore in length? 1 Aive )iles )a,i)u) 2 Getween 3 and / )iles 3 1 sea )iles Question 191 What range shall the )astlights &e visi&le at! %or vessels &etween #9 and /9) in length? 1 Aive sea )iles 2 Getween 3 3 / sea )iles 3 Two sea )iles Question 19#

What range shall the )astligts &e visi&le at! %or vessels &etween 1#) and #9) in length? 1 1 3 # )iles 2 # )iles 3 3 )iles Question 193 What range shall the )astlight &e visi&le at! %or vessels less than 1#) in length? 1 3 sea )iles 2 # sea )iles 3 1 sea )ile Question 19+ What range shall the sidelights &e visi&le at %or vessels )ore than /9) in length? 1 3 sea )iles 2 / sea )iles 3 Getween 3 and / sea )iles Question 19/ What range shall the sidelights &e visi&le at! %or vessels o% l#) or )ore in length! &ut less than /9)? 1 3 sea )iles 2 # sea )iles 3 1 / sea )iles Question 191 What range shall the sidelights &e visi&le at %or vessels less than 1#) in length? 1 # sea )iles 2 9 / sea )iles 3 1 sea )ile Question 195 What range shall the sternlight &e visi&le at! %or vessels o% /9) or )ore in length? 1 3 sea )iles 2 + sea )iles 3 # sea )iles

Question 198 What range shall the sternlight &e visi&le at! %or vessels &etween 1#) and /9) in length? 1 3 sea )iles 2 # sea )iles 3 1 sea )ile Question 199 What range shall the sternlight &e visi&le at! %or vessels less than 1#) in length? 1 3 sea )iles 2 1 / sea )iles 3 # sea )iles Question 119 What range shall the towing light &e visi&le at! %or vessels o% /9) in length ?

1 3 sea )iles 2 # sea )iles 3 3 / sea )iles Question 111 What range shall the towing light &e visi&le at! %or vessels o% l#)3/9) in length? 1 3 sea )iles 2 # sea )iles 3 / sea )iles Question 11# What range shall the towing light &e visi&le at! %or vessels less than 1#) in length? 1 1 sea )ile 2 3 sea )iles 3 # sea )iles Question 113 What range shall the white! red! green or yellow all round light &e visi&le at! %or vessels o% /9) or )ore in length? 1 3 sea )iles 2 + sea )iles 3 / sea )iles Question 11+ What range shall the white! red! green or yellow all round light &e visi&le at! %or vessels o% 1#)3/9) in length? 1 3 sea )iles 2 # sea )iles 3 1 sea )ile Question 11/ What range shall the white! red! green or yellow all round light &e visi&le at! %or vessels less than 1#) in length? 1 1 sea )ile 2 Less than 1 sea )ile 3 # sea )iles Question 111 What light shall a power3driven vessel underway! less than /9) in length! e,hi&it? 1 2 )asthead light! sidelights! a sternlight 2 2 )asthead light and sidelight 3 @idelights and a sternligtht

Question 115 What lights shall a power3driven vessel underway! o% /9) or )ore in length! e,hi&it ? 1 2 )asthead light! sidelight and a sternlight 2 2 )asthead light %orward! a se"ond )asthead light a&a%t o% and higher than the %orward one! sidelights and

a sternlight 3 @idelights! a sternlight and two white )asthead lights Question 118 What light shall an air3"ushion vessel e,hi&it! when operating in non3 displa"e)ent )ode? 1 The sa)e lights as a power3driven vessel underway 2 2n all3round %lashing yellow light 3 The sa)e lights as a power3driven vessel underway and an additional all3round %lashing yellow light Question 119 What lights shall a power3driven vessel underway! o% less than 5) in length and whose )a,i)u) speed does not e,"eed 5 'nots! e,hi&it ? 1 2n all3round white light and also! i% pra"ti"a&le! sidelights 2 @idelights 3 2 white light whi"h "ould &e e,hi&ited i% pra"ti"a&le Question 1#9 What range shall an all3round white light o% an in"onspi"uous! partly su&)erged vessel or o&4e"t &eing towed &e visi&le? 1 3 sea )iles 2 # sea )iles 3 1 sea )ile Question 1#1 What lights shall a power3driven vessel o% less than /9) in length e,hi&it when towing and the leth o% the tow is less than #99)? 1 # )asthead lights in a verti"al line! sidelights and a towing light 2 # )asthead lights in a verti"al line! sidelights! a sternlight and a towing light 3 @idelights! a sternlight and a towing light Question 1## What lights shall a power3driven vessel o% less than /9) in length e,hi&it! when towing and the length o% the tow e,"eeds #99)? 1 3 )asthead lights in a verti"al line and a towing light 2 3 )asthead lights in a verti"al line! sidelights and a sternlight 3 3 )asthead lights in a verti"al line! sidelights! a sternlight and a towing light Question 1#3 What lights shall a power3driven vessel o% )ore than /9) in length e,hi&it! when towing and the length o% the tow is less than /9 )etres ? 1 0nstead o% the )asthead lights %orward and a%t! # )asthead lights in a verti"al line! sidelights! a stern light and a towing light

2 @idelights! a sternlight and a towing light 3 # )asthead lights in a verti"al line! sidelights and a towing light Question 1#+ What lights shall a power3driven vessel o% )ore than /9) in length e,hi&it! when towing and the length o% the tow e,"eeds #99)? 1 2 3 )asthead lights in a verti"al line! sidelights and a sternlight 0nstead o% the lights %orward a%t or a%t! 3 )asthead lights in a verti"al line! sidelights! a sternlight! a towing light 3 3 )asthead lights in a verti"al line! sidelights and a towing light Question 1#/ What shape shall a power3driven vessel underway e,hi&it! when the length o% the tow e,"eeds #99)? 1 2 dia)ond 2 2 "one with the ape, downwards 3 # "ones with ape,es together

Question 1#1 Where shall the shape o% the power3driven vessel underway &e pla"ed! when the length o% the tow e,"eeds #99)? 1 2t the %ore )asthead 2 Where it "an &est &e seen 3 2t the a%ter head Question 1#5 What light shall a pushing vessel and a vessel &eing pushed ahead e,hi&it! when they are rigidly "onne"ted in a "o)posite unit ? 1 The lights o% a tug&oat with the length o% the tow less than #99) 2 Every vessel sh e,hi&it herwn lights pres"ri&ed %or the power3driven vessel underway 3 The lights o% a single power3driven vessel! underway Question 1#8 What lights shall a power3driven vessel e,hi&it when pushing ahead or towing alongside! this not &eing the "ase o% a "o)posite unit ? 1 # )asthead lights %orward in a verti"al line! sidelights! a sternlight 2 3 )asthead lights in a verti"al line! sidelights and a towing light 3 @idelights and a towing light Question 1#9 What lights shall the o&4e"ts or vessels &eing towed e,hi&it! other than in"onspi"uous vessels or o&4e"ts? 1 ;asthead lights and a sternlight 2 @idelights and a sternlight 3 Towing lights and a sternlight Question 139 What shape shall a power3driven vessel &eing towed e,hi&it! when the lenght o% the tow e,"eeds #99)? 1 2 "one with the ape, downward 2 2 dia)ond 3 Two &la"' "ones with ape,es together Question 131 Where shall the shape o% a vessel &eing towed &e pla"ed when the length o% the tow e,"eeds #99)? 1 2t the %ore)ast head 2 2t the a%ter)ast head 3 Where it "an &est &e seen Question 13# What lights shall a vessel &eing pushed ahead e,hi&it! this not &eing the "ase o% a "o)posite unit? 1 @he shall e,hi&it the sidelights at the %orward end 2 The )asthead light and sidelights 3 The )asthead light and a sternlight Question 133 What lights shall a vessel &eing towed alongside e,hi&it? 1 The )asthead lights and a sternlight 2 2 sternlight and sidelights at the %orward end 3 @idelights at the %orward end Question 13+ What lights shall an in"onspi"uous! partly su&)erged vessel or o&4e"t less than #/) in &readth e,hi&it! when &eing towed? 1 2n all3round white light at the %orward end

2 3

2n all3round white light at the a%ter end 2n all3round white light at the %orward end and one at the a%ter end

Question 13/ What lights shall an in"onspi"uous! partly su&)erged vessel or o&4e"t )ore than #/) in &readth! e,hi&it? 1 + all3round white lights at the a%ter end! %orward end and on ea"h side at the e,tre)ities o% her &readth 2 2n all3round white light at the %orward end and another all3round white light at the a%ter end 3 Green and red sidelights at the e,tre)ities o% her &readth Question 131 What lights shall an in"onspi"uous! partly su&)erged vessel or o&4e"t &eing towed e,hi&it! when her length e,"eeds 199) and her &readth e,"eeds #/)? 1 / a113round white lights at the %orward end! a%ter end! at or near the e,tre)ities o% her &readth and a light &etween the %orward end and the a%ter end so that the distan"e &etween the lights shall not e,"eed 199)

2 3 all3round white lights 3 + all3round white lights at the %orward end! a%ter end and at the e,tre)ities o% her &readth Question 135 What shape shall an in"onspi"uous! partly su&)erged o&4e"t or vessel e,hi&it &y day when &eing towed and the length o% the tow is less than #99)? 1 2 "one ape, downwards at the %orward end 2 2 dia)ond at or near the a%ter end o% the last vessel or o&4e"t &eing towed 3 # &la"' "ones! ape,es together Question 138 What shapes shall an in"onspi"uous! partly su&)erged o&4e"t or vessel e,hi&it &y day! when &eing towed and the length o% the tow e,"eeds #99)? 1 2 3 2 "one ape, upwards at the %orward end and an additional one at the a%ter end # &la"' "ones! ape,es together 2 dia)ond at or near the a%ter)ost e,tre)ity and an additional one where it "an &est &e seen and lo"ated as %ar %orward as pra"ti"a&le Question 139 What shall a vessel or o&4e"t &eing towed do when! %ro) any su%%i"ient "ause it is i)pra"ti"a&le to e,hi&it the lights pres"ri&ed &y the rules? 1 2ll possi&le )easures shall &e ta'en to light the vessel or o&4e"t &eing towed or at least to indi"ate the presen"e o% su"h vessel or o&4e"t

2 0t shall e,hi&it no light 3 0t shall e,hi&it only the sidelights Question 1+9 What shall a vessel engaged in towing whi"h is not nor)ally engaged in towing operations do! when! %ro) any su%%i"ient "ause it is i)pra"ti"a&le to e,hi&it the lights pres"ri&ed &y the rules! when engaged in towing another vessel in distress or otherwise in need o% assistan"e? 1 2 @he shall navigate with "aution the radiotelephone wor'ing in order to in%or) the vessels in the area @he shall ta'e all possi&le )easures to indi"ate the nature o% the relationship &etween the towing vessel and the vessel &eing towed! in parti"ular &y illu)inating the towline

3 @he shall e,hi&it the lights %or a disa&led vessel and will ta'e the towline Question 1+1

What lights shall a sailing vessel underway e,hi&it? 1 @idelights 2 ;asthead lights and sidelights 3 I@idelights and a sternlight Question 1+# What lights shall a sailing vessel underway e,hi&it! when her length is less than #99)? 1 @idelights and a sternlight "o)&ined in one lantern 2 @idelights 3 2 white light to &e e,hi&ited i% ne"essary

Question 1+3 There shall a sailing vessel underway "arry the lantern! when her length is less than #9)? 1 2nywhere and to &e e,hi&ited only i% ne"essary 2 2t the top o% the )ast where it "an &est &e seen 3 2t the 4a"' sti"' Question 1++ Whi"h are the additional lights a sailing vessel underway )ay e,hi&it? 1 2n all3round green light at the top o% the )ast 2 2n all3round red light at the top o% the )ast 3 # all3round lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing red and the lower green at the top o% the )ast Question 1+/ What lights shall a sailing vessel underway e,hi&it! when her length is less than 5)? 1 @he shall have ready at hand an ele"tri" tor"h or lighted lantern showing a white light whi"h shall &e e,hi&ited in su%%i"ient ti)e to prevent "ollision 2 @idelights 3 2 white light at the )asthead Question 1+1 What lights shall a vessel under oars e,hi&it? 1 2 &lue light to &e shown at any ti)e 2 2 red light 3 0% she does not e,hi&it the lights o% a sailing vessel! she shall &e ready to show an ele"tri" tor"h or lighted lantern showing a white light Question 1+5 What shape shall a vessel pro"eeding under sail e,hi&it! when also &eing propelled &y )a"hinery? 1 2 "oni"al shape %orward! ape, downward! where it "an &est &e seen 2 2 dia)ond where it "an &est &e seen 3 # &la"' "ones with the ape,es together Question 1+8 When shall a vessel engaged in %ishing e,hi&it the pres"ri&ed lights and shapes? 1 0n any "ir"u)stan"e 2 While underway and at an"hor 3 When underway Question 1+9 What lights shall a vessel engaged in trawling e,hi&it! when not underway?

1 2n all3round green light and a )asthead light pla"ed higher 2 # all3round lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing green and the lower white! a )asthead light pla"ed a&a%t o% and higher than the all3round light 3 # all3round lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing white and the lower green and a sternlight Question 1/9 What lights shall a vessel engaged in trawling e,hi&it! when )a'ing way through the water? 1 @idelights! a sternlight and an all3round green light at the )asthead 2 @idelights! # lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing white and the lower green! a )asthead light pla"ed a&a%t o% and higher than the green light 3 @idelights! a sternlight! # lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing green and the lower white! a )asthead pla"ed a&a%t o% and higher than the green light Question 1/1 What shapes shall a vessel engaged in trawling e,hi&it? 1 2 shape "onsisting o% # "ones with their ape,es together 2 2 dia)ond shape 3 # &la"' &alls in a verti"al line

Question 1/# What shape shall a vessel o% less than #9) in length e,hi&it! when engaged in trawling? 1 2 red &all 2 2 &as'et 3 2 &la"' dia)ond Question 1/3 What lights shall a %ishing vessel other than trawling e,hi&it! when )a'ing way through the water? 1 @idelights! # all3round lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing white and the lower red 2 # all3round lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing red and the lower white and a sternlight 3 @idelights! a sternlight! # all3round lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing red and the lower white Question 1/+ What lights shall a vessel engaged in %ishing! other than trawling e,hi&it! when there is outlying gear e,tending )ore than 1/9) hori*ontally and is )a'ing way through the water? 1 @idelights! a sternlight! # all3round lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing red and the lower white! an all3 round white light in the dire"tion o% the gear

2 @idelights! a sternlight! an all3round white light in the dire"tion o% the gear 3 @idelights! a sterlinght! two lights in a verti"al line! the upper white and the lower red Question 1// What lights shall a vessel engaged in %ishing other than trawling e,hi&it! when there is outlying gear e,tending )ore than 1/9) hori*ontally and is not )a'ing way through the water? 1 2 # all3round lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing white and the lower red! an all3round red light in the dire"tion o% the gear # lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing red and the lower white! an all3round white light in the dire"tion o% the gear

3 2n all3round white light in the dire"tion o% the gear Question 1/1 What shapes shall a %ishing vessel other than trawling e,hi&it! when there is outlying gear e,tending )ore

than 1/9) hori*ontally? 1 2 &la"' dia)ond 2 # "ones with their ape,es together 3 # "ones with their ape,es together d a "one ape, upwards in the dire"tion o% the gear Question 1/5 What lights and shapes shall a %ishing vessel e,hi&it! when not engaged in %ishing? 1 The lights and shapes pres"ri&ed %or a vessel o% her length 2 The lights o% a vessel engaged in %ishing and )a'ing way through the water 3 The lights o% a vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre Question 1/8 What additional lights shall a trawler engaged in %ishing e,hi&it when shooting her nets and %ishing in "lose pro,i)ity to other vessel engaged in %ishing? 1 2n all3round red light 2 # all3round white lights in a verti"al line 3 2n all3round green light Question 1/9 What additional lights shall a trawler engaged in %ishing e,hi&it! when hauling her nets and %ishing in "lose pro,i)ity to other vessels engaged in %ishing? 1 # red lights in a verti"al line 2 2n all3round red light 3 One white light over one red light in a verti"al line Question 119 What additional lights shall a trawler engaged in %ishing e,hi&it! when %ishing in "lose pro,i)ity to other vessel engaged in %ishing and when the nets have "o)e %ast upon an o&stru"tion? 1 2 3 # red lights in a verti"al line 2n all3round red light 2 green light over a red light in a verti"al line

Question 111 What additional lights shall a trawler e,hi&it! when engaged in pair trawling in "lose pro,i)ity to other vessel engaged in %ishing? 1 2n all3round white light at the )asthead 2 2 sear"hlight dire"ted %orward and in the dire"tion o% the other vessel o% the pair 3 # all3round red lights Question 11# What additional lights shall vessels engaged in %ishing with purse seine gear e,hi&it! when engaged in %ishing in "lose pro,i)ity to other vessels 1 2 3 2 yellow light %lashing alternately white e-ual light and o""ultation duration 2n all3round white light # yellow lights in a verti"al line %lashing alternately every se"ond and with e-ual light and o""ultation duration Question 113 What lights shall a vessel not under "o))and e,hi&it! when )a'ing way through the water? 1 Red lights in a verti"al line! sidelights and a sternlight 2 2 red light! sidelights and a sternlight 3 # red lights and a sternlight Question 11+

What light shall a vessel not under "o))and e,hi&it! when not )a'ing way through the water? 1 @idelights and # red lights in a verti"al line 2 # all3round red lights in a verti"al line 3 The red lights and a sternlight Question 11/ Where shall the red lights o% the vessels not under "o))and &e pla"ed? 1 2t the %ore)asthead 2 2t the a%ter)asthead 3 Where they "an &est &e seen Question 111 What shapes shall a vessel not under "o))and e,hi&it? 1 # &alls or si)ilar shapes in a verti"al line 2 2 &la"' dia)ond 3 2 &all or a si)ilar shape Question 115 Where shall the shapes o% a vessel not under "o))and &e pla"ed? 1 Aorward 2 Where they "an &est &e seen 3 2t the a%t)asthead Question 118 What lights shall a vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre e,hi&it! when 'ing way through the water? 1 @idelights! a sternlight and 3 lights in a verti"al line! the highest and the lowest one &eing red and the )iddle one white 2 3 3 lights in a verti"al line! the highest and the lowest &eing red and the )iddle one white @idelights! a sternlight! a )asthead light and 3 lights in a verti"al line! the lowest and the highest &eing red and the )iddle one white Question 119 What lights shall a vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre e,hi&it! when not )a'ing way through the water? 1 3 lights in a verti"al line! the highest and the lowest &eing red and the )iddle one white 2 3 white lights in a verti"al line 3 3 lights in a verti"al line! the highest and the lowest &eing white and the )iddle one red

Question 159 What lights shall a vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre e,hi&it when at an"hor? 1 The red! white! red lights in a verti"al line 2 The red! white! red lights in a verti"al line! an an"hor light in the %ore part and an an"hor light at the stern 3 The an"hor light in the %ore part and the an"hor light at the stern Question 151 What shapes shall a vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre e,hi&it? 1 # &la"' &alls in a verti"al line 2 2 &la"' dia)ond 3 3 shapes in a verti"al line! the highest and the lowest &eing a &all and the )iddle one a dia)ond Question 15# What shapes shall a vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre e,hi&it! when at an"hor?

1 One &all in the %ore part and 3 shapes in a verti"al line! where they "an &est &e seen! the highest and the lowest o% these shapes &eing &alls and the )iddle one a dia)ond 2 One &all in the %ore part 3 3 shapes in a verti"al line! the highest and the lowest &eing &alls and the )iddle one a dia)ond Question 153 What lights shall a power3driven vessel e,hi&it! when engaged in towing operations and restri"ted in her a&ility to deviate %ro) her "ourse? 1 The lights pres"ri&ed %or power3driven vessels underway! engaged in towing operations 2 The lights o% a vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre engaged in towing operations 3 The lights pres"ri&ed %or vessels not under "o))and Question 15+ What shapes shall a power3driven vessel e,hi&it! when engaged in towing operations and restri"ted in her a&ility to deviate %ro) her "ourse? 1 2 3 The shapes pres"ri&ed %or a power3driven vessel engaged in towing operations The shapes pres"ri&ed %or a vessel not under "o))and The shapes o% a vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre and the shapes pres"ri&ed %or vessels engaged in towing operations Question 15/ What lights shall a vessel eaged in dredging or underwater operations e,hi&it! when restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre? 1 # all3round red lights in a verti"al line to indi"ate the side on whi"h the o&stru"tion e,ists! # all3round green lights in a verti"al line to indi"ate the side on whi"h another vessel )ay pass and the lights o% a vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre 2 3 The lights o% a vessel not under "o))and # all3round red lights in a verti"al line to indi"ate the side on whi"h an o&stru"tion e,ists! # red lights in a verti"al line to indi"ate the side on whi"h another vessel )ay pass and the lights o% a power3driven vessel underway Question 151 What shapes shall a vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations e,hi&it! when restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre? 1 2 # &alls in a verti"al line indi"ating the side on whi"h an o&stru"tion e,ists! # dia)onds in a verti"al line indi"ating the side on whi"h another vessel )ay pass # &alls in a verti"al line indi"ating the side on whi"h an o&stru"tion e,ists! # dia)onds in a verti"al line indi"ating the side on whi"h another vessel )ay pass and the shapes o% a vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre

3 The shapes o% a vessel not under "o))and Question 155 What lights shall a vessel engaged in dredging or underwer operations e,hi&it! when restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre and at an"hor? 1 2 3 The lights o% a power3driven vessel at an"hor 2 red light indi"ating the side on whi"h an o&stru"tion e,ists and the lights %or a vessel at an"hor 0nstead o% the lights o% a vessel at an"hor! the lights o% a vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre engaged in dredging operations

Question 158 What shapes shall a vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations e,hi&it! when restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre and at an"hor? 1 2 0nstead o% the shapes o% a vessel at an"hor! the shapes o% a vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre engaged in dredging operations 2 dia)ond indi"ating the side on whi"h an o&stru"tion e,ists and the shapes o% vessels at an"hor

3 The shapes o% a power3driven vessel at an"hor Question 159 What shall a vessel engaged in diving operations e,hi&it! whenever her si*e )a'es it i)pra"ti"a&le to e,hi&it all lights and shapes pres"ri&ed %or vesselsengaged in ddging operations? 1 2 3 all3round lights in a verti"al line! the highest and lowest &eing red and the )iddle light white 3 all3round lights in a verti"al line! the highest and lowest &eing red and the )iddle light white! a rigid repli"a o% the 0nternational Code %lag . 2 . not less than 1 )etre in height! to ensure her all3round visi&ility

3 2 rigid repli"a o% the 0nternational Code %lag . 2 .! not less than 1) in height Question 189 What lights shall a vessel engaged in )ine"learan"e operations e,hi&it? 1 The lights o% a vessel not under "o))and 2 The lights o% a vessel not under "o))and and 3 all3round red lights 3 The lights pres"ri&ed %or power3driven vessels underway and 3 allround green lights Question 181 $ow shall the green lights o% vessels engaged in )ine"learan"e opeiations &e e,hi&ited? 1 One o% these lights shall &e e,hi&ited near the %ore)ast head and orle at ea"h end o% the %ore yard 2 0n a verti"al line 3 One at the %ore)ast head! the other two at the stern )asthead Question 18# What shapes shall a vessel engaged in )ine"learan"e operations e,hi&it? 1 The shapes o% a vessel not under "o))and 2 3 &alls and in "ase the vessel is at an"hor! 3 &alls and the shape pres"ri&ed %or an"hored vessels 3 The shapes o% a power3driven vessel underway and 3 dia)onds Question 183 $ow shall the &alls o% vessels engaged in )ine"learan"e operations &e e,hi&ited? 1 0n a verti"al line 2 One at the %ore)asthead and # at the stern)asthead 3 One at the %ore)asthead and e at ea"h end o% the %ore yard Question 18+ What do the shapes and lights o% vessels engaged in )ine"learan"e operations indi"ate? 1 That it is dangerous %or another vessel to approa"h within 1999 )etres o% the )ine"learan"e vessel 2 That it is dangerous %or another vessel to approa"h within /99 )etres o% the )ine"learan"e vessel 3 That another vessel shall navigate with pre"aution 'eeping )ore than # sea )iles distan"e %ro) the vessel Question 18/ What lights shall a vessel "onstrained &y her draught e,hi&it? 1 The lights pres"ri&ed %or power3driven vessels underway and an additional red light 2 The lights pres"ri&ed %or power3driven vessels underway and 3 additional all3round red lights in a verti"al line 3 The lights o% a vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre Question 181 What shape shall a vessel "onstrained &y her draught e,hi&it? 1 # &alls in a verti"al line 2 # &alls in a verti"al line with a dia)ond &etween the) 3 2 &la"' "ylinder Question 185 Where shall the lights or shapes o% the vessels "onstrained &y their draught &e e,hi&ited? 1 Where they "an &est &e seen 2 2t the stern )asthead 3 2t the %ore )asthead

Question 188 What lights shall a vessel engaged on pilotage duty e,hi&it! when underway? 1 @idelights and # all3round lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing white and the lower red 2 @idelights! a sternlight! # all3round lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing white and the lower red 3 @idelights! a sternlight and an all3round red -ui"'3%lashing light Question 189 What lights shall a vessel engaged on pilotage duty e,hi&it! when she is not underway? 1 # all3round lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing red and the lower white 2 2n all3round white alternating light 3 # all3round lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing white and the lower red Question 199 What lights shall a vessel engaged on pilotage duty e,hi&it! when she is at an"hor? 1 The lights o% a vessel at an"hor and # all3round lights in a verti"al line! the upper &eing white! the lower red 2 The lights o% a vessel at an"hor 3 The lights o% a vessel at an"hor and a white alternating light at the )asthead Question 191 What lights and shapes shall a pilot vessel e,hi&it when not engaged on pilotage duty? 1 The lights and shapes pres"ri&ed %or a pilot vessel 2 The lights or shapes pres"ri&ed %or a si)ilar vessel o% her length 3 The lights and shapes %or vessels restri"ted in their a&ility to )anoeuvre Question 19# What lights shall a vessel at an"hor e,hi&it! when her length e,"eeds /9)? 1 2n all3round white light at the %ore )asthead 2 2n all3round white light in the %ore part 3 2n all3round white light in the %ore part and another all3round white light at or near the stern! &ut at a lower level than the light in the %ore part Question 193 What shapes shall a vessel at an"hor e,hi&it? 1 One &all in the %ore part 2 One dia)ond in the %ore part 3 One &la"' "one in the %ore part Question 19+ What lights shall a vessel at an"hor e,hi&it! whe)less than /9) in length? 1 The lights o% a vessel at an"hor 2 0nstead o% the lights o% a vessel at an"hor! an all3round white light where it "an &est &e seen 3 2 light in the %ore part Question 19/ What is the length o% a vessel at an"hor whi"h )ust use the availa&le wor'ing or e-uivalent lights to illu)inate her de"'s? 1 5/) 2 /9) 3 199) and )ore Question 191 What lights shall a vessel aground e,hi&it? 1 The lights o% a vessel at an"hor and # all3round red lights in a verti"al line 2 # all3round red lights in a verti"al line 3 3 all3round red lights in a verti"al line and the lights o% a vessel at an"hor Question 195

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What shapes shall a vessel aground e,hi&it? The shapes o% a vessel at an"hor and 3 &alls in a verti"al line The shapes o% a vessel at an"hor and # &alls in a verti"al line # &alls in a verti"al line

Question 198 Where shall the shapes and lights o% the vessels aground &e e,hi&ited? 1 0n the %ore part 2 2t the stern)ast head 3 Where they "an &est &e seen Question 199 When shall vessels o% less than 5) in length not &e re-uired to e,hi&it the lights o% a vessel at an"hor? 1 When at an"hor! &ut not3in a narrow "hannel! %airway or an"horage! or where other vessels nor)ally navigate 2 When at an"hor in a &asin 3 When at an"hor in the roadstead Question #99 When shall vessels o% less than 5) in length not &e re-uired to e,hi&it the shapes o% a vessel at an"hor? 1 When at an"hor in a &asin 2 When at an"hor &ut not in a narrow "hannel! %airway or an"horage! or where other vessel nor)ally navigate 3 When at an"hor in the roadstead Question #91 What vessels aground shall not &e re-uired to e,hi&it the lights and shapes o% a vessel aground? 1 6essels o% less than 5) in length 2 6essels o% less than 1/) in length 3 6essels o% less than 1#) in length Question #9# What lights and shapes shall a seaplane e,hi&it! when alighted on the sea? 1 The lights and shapes pres"ri&ed &y the rules 2 The lights and shapes ne"essary %or identi%i"ation 3 The lights and shapes %or vessels o% less than #9) in length Question #93 What does the word .whistle. )ean! a&oard? 1 2n ele"troni" devi"e "apa&le o% produ"ing short and prolonged &lasts 2 2ny sound signalling applian"e "apa&le o% produ"ing the &lasts pres"ri&ed &y the rules 3 2 )e"hani"al devi"e produ"ing any %og signals Question #9+ What does the ter) .short &last. )ean? 1 2 &last o% %ro) # to 3 se"ondJs duration 2 2 &last o% a short! less than 1 se"ond<s duration! produ"ed &y a power3driven vessel underway 3 2 &last o% a&out 1 se"ond<s duration Question #9/ What does the ter) .prolonged. )ean? 1 2 &last o% %ro) + to 1 se"onds< duration

2 2 &last o% )ore than 1 se"onds< duration! produ"ed &y a power3driven vessel! underway 3 2 &last o% %ro) # to 3 se"onds< duration! produ"ed &y a vessel Question #91 What e-uip)ent %or sound signals shall a vessel o% 1#)3199) in length &e provide with? 1 One whistle at )idship 2 2 &ell in the %ore part or at the stern o% the vessel 3 2 whistle and a &ell Question #95 What e-uip)ent %or sound signals shall a vessel o% 199) or )ore in length &e provided with? 1 2 whistle! a &ell and a gong at the stern 2 2 whistle in the %ore part and a gong at the stern 3 2 &ell in the %ore part and a gong at the stern Question #98 ;ay the &ell or the gong! or &oth &e repla"ed &y other e-uip)ent having the sa)e sound "hara"teristi"s? 1 Kes! &ut only the gong at the stern 2 They "annot &e repla"ed 3 Goth o% the) )ay &e repla"ed! provided that )anual sounding shall always &e possi&le

Question #99 What e-uip)ent %or sound signals shall a vessel o% less than 1#) in length "arry? 1 6essels o% less than 1#) in length shall not &e o&liged to "arry sound signalling applian"es 2 6essels o% less than 1#) in length shall "arry a whistle and a &ell in the %ore part 3 6essels o% less than 1#) in length shall not &e o&liged to "arry the pres"ri&ed sound signalling applian"es! &ut they shall &e provided with so)e other )eans o% )a'ing an e%%i"ie)ent sound signal Question #19 When shall the sound signals %or )anoeuvring &e given? 1 0n any "ir"u)stan"es 2 When vessels are in sight o% one another 3 0n restri"ted visi&ility Question #11 Whi"h is the sound signal to indi"ate the )anoeuvre .0 a) altering )y "ourse to star&oard.? 1 One short &last 2 One prolonged &last %ollowed &y one short &last 3 # prolonged &last %ollowed &y one short &last Question #1# Whi"h is the sound signal to indi"ate the )anoeuvre .0 a) altering )y "ourse to port.? 1 One prollonged &last %ollowed &y # short &last 2 # short &lasts 3 # prolonged &lasts %ollowed &y # short &lasts Question #13 Whi"h is the sound signal to indi"ate the )anoeuvre .0 a) operating astern propulsion.? 1 One prolonged &last %ollowed &y 3 short &lasts 2 3 short &lasts pre"eded and %ollowed &y one prolonged &last 3 3 short &lasts Question #1+ What )ay the sound signals given on the whistle &e supple)ented &y! to indi"ate the )anoeuvre &eing "arned out? 1 Gy light signals 2 Gy any other signals

3 Gy one or two &la"' &alls at the )asthead Question #1/ What signi%i"an"e shall the light signal .one %lash . have! i% asso"iated with the sound signal? 1 0 a) altering )y "ourse to star&oard 2 0 have stopped )y engines 3 0 a) )anoeuvring with di%%i"ulty to port Question #11 What signi%i"an"e shall the light signal .# %lashes. have! i% asso"iated with the sound signal? 1 0 a) altering )y "ourse to star&oard 2 0 a) )anoeuvring with di%%i"ulty to port 3 0 a) altering )y "ourse to port Question #15 What signi%i"an"e shall light signal .3 %lashes. have! i% asso"iated with the sound signal? 1 0 a) operating astern propulsion 2 0 a) )anoeuvring astern propulsion 3 0 have )y engines stopped Question #18 What is the duration o% one %lash! when using the )anoeuvring light signal? 1 2&out one signal 2 # to 3 se"onds 3 2s long as possi&le so as to &e o&served

Question #19 2t what interval shall su""essive light signals &e given? 1 2t not less that 19 se"onds 2 2%ter at least one )inute 3 Whenever it is ne"essary Question ##9 What "hara"teristi"s shall the light supple)enting the sound signals have? 1 2n all3round red light 2 2n all3round white light 3 Green to star&oard! red to port and white %or astern propulsion Question ##1 When in sight o% one another in a narrow "hannel or %airway! what signal shall the vessel intending to overta'e another on star&oard side! give? 1 # prolonged &lasts %ollowed &y one short &last 2 One short &last 3 One prolonged &last %ollowed &y one short &last Question ### When in sight o% one another in a narrow "hannel or %airway! what signal shall the vessel intending to overta'e another on port side produ"e? 1 # short &lasts 2 # prolonged &lasts %ollowed &y # short &lasts 3 # short &lasts pre"eded and %ollowed &y one prolonged &last Question ##3

What signals shall a vessel give! when indi"ating her agree)ent to &e overta'en? 1 One prolonged &last and / short &lasts 2 One prolonged! one short! one prolonged and one short &last E 0nternational Code! letter .C. F 3 One short &last %or star&oard and # short &lasts %or port Question ##+ What sound signals shall a vessel give when in sight o% another and %ailing to understand the intentions o% another! or when in dou&t whether su%%i"ient a"tion is &eing ta'en &y the other to avoid "ollision? 1 2t least / short and rapid &lasts on the whistle 2 One prolonged &last and / short &lasts 3 # prolonged &lasts %ollowed &y short &lasts Question ##/ What light signals )ay suppli)ent the sound signals given &y a vessel whi"h %ails to understand the intentions o% another or is in dou&t whether su%%i"ient a"tion is &eing ta'en &y the other to avoid "ollision? 1 @u""essive light signals 2 2 light signal o% at least / short and rapid %lashes 3 One long light signal and other short light signals Question ##1 What signal shall a vessel give! when nearing a &end or an area o% a "hannel or %airway where other vessels )ay &e o&s"ured &y an intervening o&stru"tion? 1 One short &last .0 a) altering )y "ourse to star&oard. 2 One prolonged &last 3 @u""essive short &lasts to attra"t attention Question ##5 What signal shall a vessel give! when approa"hing a &end or o&stru"tion that )ay o&s"ure another vessel and hearing a prolonged &last? 1 2 3 One short &last .0 a) altering )y "ourse to star&oard. One prolonged &last %ollowed &y one short &last One prolonged &last

Question ##8 Whistles are %itted on the vessel at a distan"e apart o% )ore than 199)! whi"h o% the) shall &e used %or giving )anoeuvring and warning signals? 1 One o% the) 2 Goth o% the) 3 Only the whistle %orward %or warning and only the whistle a%t %or )anoeuvring Question ##9 When shall sound signals &e given! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 Only &y day in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility 2 Gy night on %oggy weather 3 Gy day and &y night in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility Question #39 When shall sound signals &e given! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 0n or near an area o% restri"ted visi&ility 2 0n an area o% restri"ted visi&ility 3 Only on %oggy weather

Question #31 What sound signal shall a power3driven vessel give! when )a'ing way through the water in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 / short warning &lasts 2 One prolonged &last %ollowed &y one short &last at an interval o% one )inute 3 One prolonged &last at intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes Question #3# What sound signal shall a vessel underway &ut stopped and )a'ing no way through the water give! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 2 One prolonged warning &last at intervals o% one )inute 2t intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes # prolonged &lasts in su""ession with an interval o% a&out # se"onds &etween the)

3 / short warning &lasts at intervals o% one )inute Question #33 What sound signal shall a vessel not under "o))and give! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 One prolonged &last %ollowed &y # short &lasts at intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes 2 One prolonged &last and / short &lasts at intervals o% # )inutes 3 / short warning &lasts at intervals not )ore than one )inute Question #3+ What sound signal shall a vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre give! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 One long &last %ollowed &y 3 short &lasts at intervals o% # )inutes 2 3 short &lasts pre"eded and %ollowed &y one prolonged &last at intervals o% # )inutes 3 One prolonged &last %ollowed &y # short &lasts at intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes Question #3/ What sound signals shall vessels "onstrained &y their draught give! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 One prolonged &last %ollowed &y # short &lasts at intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes 2 One prolonged &last pre"eded and %ollowed &y one short &last at intervals o% one )inute 3 / short &lasts at intervals o% # )inutes Question #31 What sound signals shall a sailing vessel give! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 One prolonged &last &y hooter at intervals o% one )inute 2 + short &lasts at intervals o% # )inutes 3 One prolonged &last %ollowed &y # short &lasts at intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes Question #35 What sound signals shall a %ishing vessel underway give! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 + short EwarningF &lasts at intervals o% # )inutes 2 One prolonged &last %ollowed &y # short &lasts at intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes 3 One prolonged &last %ollowed &y 3 short &lasts at intervals o% one )inute

Question #38 What sound signals shall a %ishing vessel at an"hor give! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 Ringing the &ell rapidly %or / se"onds at intervals o% one )inute 2 One prolonged &last %ollowed &y # short &lasts at intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes 3 Ringing the &ell rapidly %or / se"onds and one prolonged &last on the whistle at intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes Question #39 What sound signals shall a vessel restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre give! when "arrying out her wor'! at

an"hor! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 Rapid &lasts on the &ell %or / se"onds pre"eded and %ollowed &y one prolonged &last at intervals o% # )inutes 2 Rapid &lasts on the &ell %or / se"onds to one )inute 3 One prolonged &last %ollowed &y # short &lasts at intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes Question #+9 What sound signals shall a vessel give when engaged in towing or pushing another! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 One prolonged &last %ollowed &y # short &lasts at intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes 2 + short &lasts pre"eded and %ollowed &y one prolonged &last at intervals o% # )inutes 3 One prolonged &Tast and / short stay &lasts at intervals o% one )inute Question #+1 What sound signals shall a vessel towed give! i% )anned! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 One prolonged &last and # short &lasts at intervals o% # )inutes 2 One prolonged &last and 3 short &lasts at intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes 3 # prolonged &lasts %ollowed &y # short &lasts at intervals o% # )inutes Question #+# What sound signals shall a pushing vessel and a vessel &eing pushed ahead give! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility! when they are rigidly "onne"ted in a "o)posite unit underway? 1 One prolonged &last at intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes 2 One prolonged &last %ollowed &y # short &lasts at intervals o% # )inutes 3 One prolonged &last and + short warning &lasts at intervals o% one )inute Question #+3 What sound signals shall a "o)posite unit! pushing vessel3vessel &eing pushed ahead give! when stopped and not )a'ing way through the water! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 One prolonged &last at intervals o% # )inutes 2 One prolonged &last pre"eded and %ollowed &y one short &last at intervals o% # )inutes 3 # prolonged &lasts at intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes Question #++ What sound signals shall a vessel at an"hor give! i% her lenght is less than 199)! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 Rapid &lasts on the &ell %or a&out / se"onds! at intervals o% not )ore than one )inute 2 3 short &lasts on the whistle and rapid &lasts on the &ell in the %ore part at intervals o% # )inutes 3 One short &last! one prolonged and one short &last at intervals o% one )inute Question #+/ What sound signals shall a vessel at an"hor give! o% 199) or )ore in lenght! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 Rapid &lasts on the &ell in the %orepart and one prolonged &last on the whistle at intervals o% one )inute 2 Rapid &lasts on the &ell in the %orepart and i))ediately the gong shall &e sounded in the a%ter part %or a&out / se"ondat intervals o% not )ore than one )inute 3 3 distin"t stro'es on the &ell in the %orepart and 3 stro'es on the gong in the a%ter part at intervals o% one )inute Question #+1 What additional sound signal shall a vessel at an"hor give! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility to give warning o% her position and o% the possi&ility o% "ollision to an approa"hing vessel? 1 2 3 @ignal on the whistleL one short &last %ollowed &y one prolonged &last and then one short &last @ignal on the whistleL / short warning &lasts @ignal on the whistle and:or &y %og hornL one prolonged &last %ollowed &y rapid short &lasts

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What sound signals shall a vessel aground give in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? The signals given &y a vessel at an"hor and! in addition! i))ediately &e%ore and a%ter the rapid ringing o% the &ell she shall give 3 separate and distin"t stro'es on the &ell 0n addition! she )ay sound an appropriate whistle signal

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@ignals on the whistle to attra"t attention and rapid ringing o% the &ell at intervals o% # )inutes One short &last! one prolonged and one short &last on the whistle and ringing the &ell rapidly at intervals o% one )inute Question #+8 What shall a vessel o% less than 1#) in length do! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility! when she "annot give the signals pres"ri&ed &y the rules? 1 @he shall give a sound signal on the whistle "onsisting o% / short &lasts at intervals o% one )inute 2 @he shall )a'e so)e other e%%i"ient sound signal at intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes 3 @he shall give rapid stro'es on the gong at intervals o% not )ore than one )inute Question #+9 What sound signals shall a pilot vessel give in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility! when underway and engaged on pilotage duty? 1 One prolonged &last at intervals o% not )ore than # )inutes and in addition an identity signal "onsisting o% + short &lasts

2 One prolonged &last at intervals o% one )inute 3 + short &lasts on the whistle at intervals o% one )inute Question #/9 What sound signals shall a pilot vessel give! when stopped and not )a'ing way through the water! engaged on pilotage duty in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 + short &lasts on the whistle at intervals o% one )inute 2 The &lasts o% stopped vessel not )a'ing way through the water and in addition + short identity &lasts 3 # prolonged &lasts at intervals o% one )inute Question #/1 What soud signals shall a pilot vessel at an"hor give! when engaged on pilotage duty in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility? 1 Rapid stro'es on the gong %or / se"onds at intervals o% not )ore than one )inute 2 One prolonged &last %ollowed &y + short &lasts at intervals o% one )inute 3 The signals o% a vessel at an"hor and in addition + short identity &lasts Question #/# What additional signals shall a pilot vessel give! when engaged on pilotage duty! in "onditions o% restri"ted visi&ility in order to &e identi%ied? 1 / short &lasts on the whistle 2 + short &lasts on the whistle 3 3 short &lasts on the whistle or siren Question #/3 What signals shall a vessel give to attra"t attention o% another? 1 / short &lasts on the whistle and / rapid stro'es on the &ell 2 Light or sound signals that "annot &e )ista'en %or other signals or to dire"t the &ea) o% her sear"hlight in the dire"tion o% the danger 3 One prolonged &last and + short &lasts on the whistle Question #/+ What does the ter) .distress signals. )ean? 1 The signals given &y a vessel in distress 2 The signals given &y a vessel in distress and in need o% assistan"e 3 The signals given &y a vessel not under "o))and! in distress Question #//

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$ow shall the distress signals &e used? 7istress signals are used separately at short intervals 7istress signals are used either together or separately at short intervals o% a&out one )inute 7istress signals are used only together in order to &e noti"ed -ui"'ly

Question #/1 2t what intervals is the .gun or other e,plosive signal. %ired? 1 2t a&out one )inute 2 2t a&out / )inutes 3 2t a&out 1/ )inutes Question #/5 What is the signi%i"an"e o% a "ontinuous sounding with any %og3signalling apparatus? 1 2 warning signal given &y a vessel in %og 2 2 distress signal 3 2 signal given &y a vessel not under "o))and or restri"ted in her a&ility to )anoeuvre Question #/8 What signal do the shells or ro"'ets throwing red stars indi"ate! whwv %ired at short interval? 1 2 warning signal 2 2 restri"tion signal given &y a war vessel 3 a distress signal Question #/9 Whi"h is the distress signal in radiotelegraphy? 1 3 dots! 3 dashes! 3 dots E@ O @ F in the ;orse Code 2 Repeated dots EEF in the ;orse Code 3 3 dashes EOF in the ;orse Code Question #19 Whi"h is the distress signal in radiotelephony? 1 The word 72(GER repeated 2 The word ;2K72K repeated 3 The word 2TTE(T0O(372(GER repeted 3 ti)es Question #11 Whi"h is the distress signal in the international "ode o% signals? 1 .( C . 2 .? . 3 .O . Question #1# Whi"h signal )ay &e "onsidered a distress signal? 1 2 s-uare %lag having a&ove or &elow it a &all or a si)ilar o&4e"t 2 3 &la"' &alls in a verti"al line 3 2 red %lag EGF Question #13 What signal does .%la)es on the vessel %ro) a &urning tar or oil &arrel. indi"ate? 1 The warning signal o% a vessel having the steering gear out o% order 2 2 distress signal 3 The signal to attra"t attention that the vessel "annot avoid another vessel Question #1+ Wi"h signal )ay &e "onsidered as a distress signal?

1 @hells or hand %lares showing a red light 2 @hells or hand %lares showing a green light 3 @hells or hand %lares showing a &rillant white light Question #1/ What signal does .the s)o'e signal giving o%% orange3"oloured s)o'e. indi"ate? 1 2 warning signal %or an avoiding )anoeuvre 2 2 distress signal 3 2 signal to attra"t attention

Question #11 Whi"h is the distress signal given &y ar)s? 1 @lowly and repeatedly )oving the ar)s! )a'ing "ir"les a&ove the head 2 Raising &oth ar)s verti"ally! a&ove the head 3 @lowly and repeatedly raising and lowering ar)s outstret"hed to ea"h side Question #15 Whi"h is the alar) signal in radiotelegraphy? 1 # long dashes %or 19 se"onds! separated &y an interval o% # se"onds 2 1# long dashes %or 1+ se"onds! separated &y an interval o% one se"ond 3 3 long dashes %or + se"onds! separated &y an interval o% one se"ond Question #18 Whi"h is the alar) signal in radiotelephony? 1 2 #3tone &itonal signal 2 2 "ontinuous tone signal 3 2 signal "onsisting o% short "ontinuous tones Question #19 Whi"h vessels shall use inshore tra%%i" *ones? 1 The vessels less than #9 ) in lenght! sailing vessels and vessels engaged in %ishing 2 The vessels owned &y their reverside state 3 The vessels restri"ted in their a&ility to )anoeuvre Question #59 When shall a vessels use inshore tra%%i" *ones? 1 When are vessels restri"ted in their a&ility to )anoeuvre 2 When are engaged in towing operation 3 When route to or %ro) a port or pilot station Question #51 When shall a vessels use inshore tra%%i" *ones? 1 To avoid i))ediate danger 2 When are stand3on vessels 3 When are vessels "onstrained &y their draught Question #5# What shapes shall a %ishing vessel less than #9 ) in length when trawling e,hi&it? 1 One red &all

2 One dia)ond 3 Two "ones whi"h ape,es together in a verti"al line one a&ove the other Question #53 What shapes shall a %ishing vessel less than #9 ) in length engaged in %ishing other than trawling e,hi&it? 1 Two dia)ond in a verti"al line 2 Two "ones whi"h ape,es together in a verti"al line one a&ove the other 3 Two &alls Question #5+ What interpretation is given to the aproved signals trans)itted &y radio"o))uni"ation syste)s? 1 2re distress se)nals 2 2re test signals 3 2re warning signals Question #5/ What interpretation is given to the signals trans)itted &y survival "ra%t radar transponders? 1 2re signals to attend attention 2 2re warning signals 3 2re distress signals