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Which of the following terms accurately describes the width, or widest part of a vessel?CorrectIncorrect
You will recognize the scenario depicted here from the terminology lesson. Wind direction is shown with a yellow arrow. Using this scenario select ONE correct answer from the options below. In order to avoid a collision with the kayaker, would the working boat in the image turn downwind (windward) orÂ upwind (leeward)?CorrectIncorrect
From the statements below, select the THREE main roles of a Supervisor or designee acting Designated Person Ashore (DPA) from the following options:CorrectIncorrect
In regards toÂ vessel logbooks: Select and drag each responsibility down to match it with the corresponding role.Â
- Maintain and store all vessel logbooks from all vessels over time.
- Enter relevant information into the logbook on board the vessel. Ensure the logbook stays in its designated location aboard.
- Remind the Vessel Operator to enter information into the logbook on board the vessel as appropriate. Help ensure the logbook remains in its designated location.
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If the Float Plan is not deactivated at the end of a mission (or day) then the Supervisor sets into effect an search response.
Which of the following statements are true in regards to personal preparedness and personal floatation devices (PFDs)?CorrectIncorrect
True or False? The Vessel Operator and/or on board radar, are considered lookouts when a vessel is being operated single-handed.Â
Which of the following screens can be considered distractions for a lookout on board a vessel? (Select all that apply.)CorrectIncorrect