- 1 What is the most important purpose to keep a re boarding device on board a vessel?
- 2 Which of the following requires that a spotter keep watch?
- 3 What is the proper action to take when swimmers are in the waterways?
- 4 What might happen to a person who knowingly operate an unseaworthy?
- 5 Which of the following is required to be carried on board your boat at all times?
- 6 Who approves the lifebuoy required to be kept on board a pleasure craft?
- 7 What should not be discharged from your boat?
- 8 What must be carried on board a canoe with more than 0.5 m of freeboard?
- 9 What is the purpose of this buoy?
- 10 What is the blood alcohol level for boating?
- 11 Are boaters responsible for their wake?
- 12 What is an example of a local hazard that a boater may encounter?
- 13 When can an unseaworthy pleasure craft legally operated?
- 14 Do all pleasure crafts need a sound Signalling device?
- 15 What is the maximum load on a compliance notice?
What is the most important purpose to keep a re boarding device on board a vessel?
A reboarding device allows a person to get back onto the boat from the water. Being able to re – board your vessel is very important and even more so if you are the only one in the boat and have fallen overboard.
Which of the following requires that a spotter keep watch?
Requires that a person other than the operator (a spotter ) keep watch of any person being towed (like a water-skier) Prohibits the towing of water-skiers from one hour after sunset to sunrise. Prohibits vessels from being operated in a manner that is dangerous to the public. Prohibits false emergency signals or
What is the proper action to take when swimmers are in the waterways?
Every vessel shall at all times maintain a proper lookout by sight and hearing as well as by all available means which are appropriate to the prevailing circumstances and conditions, in order to make a full appraisal of the situation and of the risk of collision.
What might happen to a person who knowingly operate an unseaworthy?
Anyone who takes an unseaworthy boat on one of these voyages is guilty of an indictable offence and may be imprisoned for up to five years.
Which of the following is required to be carried on board your boat at all times?
All operators of motorized recreational vessels, including personal watercraft (PWCs), motorized sailboats, and small boats with electric trolling motors, are required to obtain a PCOC ( boating license) or other proof of competency. The PCOC must be carried on board the boat at all times during operation.
Who approves the lifebuoy required to be kept on board a pleasure craft?
7 (1) A personal flotation device, lifejacket, lifebuoy, self-igniting light, pyrotechnic distress signal or life raft required by these Regulations shall be of a type that is approved by the Minister and shall bear a mark or label indicating the approval.
What should not be discharged from your boat?
The Disposal of Toxic Substances The Federal Water Pollution Control Act prohibits the discharge of oil or hazardous substances into U.S. waterways. As a result, all boats with fuel-powered engines must keep oils or toxic waste on board the boat.
What must be carried on board a canoe with more than 0.5 m of freeboard?
Personal Protective Equipment: a re- boarding device if the freeboard of the vessel is greater than 0.5 m.
What is the purpose of this buoy?
What is a Buoy? A buoy is a device that floats on the water to help boat operators. The Canadian Coast Guard installs buoys that guide boat operators on the waters; these are a type of navigational aid.
What is the blood alcohol level for boating?
The blood alcohol limit for boating is the same as that for driving a car – 0.08%.
Are boaters responsible for their wake?
Whether you’re in a no- wake zone or not, you are responsible for any injury or damage caused by your wake. Especially on inland waters, where primarily small craft operate, wakes can be dangerous. Common courtesy toward other boaters demands that we control our wakes.
What is an example of a local hazard that a boater may encounter?
Module 03 – Getting on the Water Every waterway in the U.S. has its own unique hazards. For this reason, you must keep marine charts on your boat at all times. Make sure that you consult them before entering a new waterway. Local hazards could include trees, rocks, sandbars, etc.
When can an unseaworthy pleasure craft legally operated?
The operator of a pleasure craft cannot tow a person after dark (one hour after sunset to sunrise). The operator of a pleasure craft cannot knowingly operate a pleasure craft that is unseaworthy.
Do all pleasure crafts need a sound Signalling device?
Sound – signalling devices are used to signal distress or your need for assistance, to alert other boats of your position in poor visibility, and for navigation purposes. All boats are required to carry some form of sound – signalling device, such as a whistle or horn (depending on your type and size of boat).
What is the maximum load on a compliance notice?
What is maximum load capacity on compliance notice? The maximum load capacity on compliance notice refers to the total weight that the craft can hold in order to navigate safely.