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  1. White light, Red light
    Powered vessel <50m, port side
  2. White Light, Green light
    Powered vessel <50m, starboard side
  3. All-Around White light
    • Power-Driven Vessel < 7m
    • (sidelights optional)
  4. White light, green light to the left of that, and white light above green
    Power Driven Vessel > 50 m starboard aspect, u/w
  5. flashing yellow light, green light and white light
    <50m hovercraft underway
  6. flashing yellow light
    hovercraft
  7. 2x white lights and 2x of the same side light (green green or red red)
    • Towing alongside
    • pushed ahead
  8. Power vessel under 7m
    • All around white light visible 2 nm
    • sidelights visible1 nm
  9. Sailing Vessel <12m
    • Sidelights visible 1nm
    • Sternlight visible 2 nm
  10. Motorboat <12m
    • Masthead light visible 2nm
    • Sidelights 1nm
    • Sternlight visible 2nm
    • ORĀ 
    • 1x White light all around visible 2nm
  11. Sailing Vessel <20m
    • Running lights
    • Sternlight
    • Red over green all around lights visible 2nm
    • IF USING ENGINES: Funnel dayshape, apex down
  12. Motorboat <20m
    • Mastheadlight visible 3nm
    • Running lights
    • Sternlight visible 2nm
  13. Sailing Vessel > 20m
    • Running lights
    • Sternlight
    • Red and Green all around light
  14. Motorboat >20m, <50m
    • Masthead light visible 5nm
    • Running lights
    • Sternlight
    • (>50): 2 masthead lights visible 6 nm
  15. LCAC
    • IN non-displacement mode looks like powerdriven vessel
    • Also includes flashing yellow light where it can best be seen
  16. Towing vessel
    • 2x mastheadlights stacked
    • When tow is > 200m : 3x masthead lights
    • Towing light above sternlight
    • DIAMOND SHAPE if towed vessel >200m
  17. Driftnet fishing over the back
    • red over white all around
    • 2 CONES WITH APEXES TOGETHER
    • gear > 100 m : all around white light, cone apex up
  18. Trawler
    green over white all around
  19. vessel not in command
    • red over read
    • TWO BLACK BALLS
  20. Vessel restricted in ability to maneuver
    • redwhitered lights
    • BALLDIAMONDBALL
    • When engaged in intense underwater ops: REDOVERRED and 2 BLACK BALLS on side of obstruction
  21. DIVERS
    redwhitered
  22. Minesweeping ops
    • green triad
    • blackball triangle
    • stand clear 1000 m
  23. Constrained by draft
    • 3x all around redlights
    • CYLINDER
  24. pilot vessel
    white over red all around
  25. vessel >50m anchored
    • all around whitelights forward and aft
    • BLACKBALL
    • >50m: 1x all around whitelight where best seen
  26. vessel >100m anchored
    same as >50m but also turn on all lights
  27. Aground
    • 2x all around white lights forward and aft
    • 2x all around red lights vertical line
    • THREEBALLS
  28. Aground, <50m
    • 1x all around whitelight
    • red over red
    • THREEBALLS
  29. restricted maneuvering/NIC/sailing vessel in fog
    1 long, 2 short every 2 mins
  30. powered vessel underway in fog
    1 prolonged every 2 mins
  31. powered vessel underway making no way
    2 prolonged every 2 mins
  32. vessel anchored in fog
    5secs bell every minute
  33. vessel >100m anchored in fog
    5secs bell + gong every minute
  34. optional for ships anchored in fog
    short, long, short every min
  35. sailing vessel anchored in fog
    whatever they want, intervals NMT 2 mins apart
  36. pilot in fog
    4x short blasts
  37. When does the rule regarding lookouts apply?
    • All of the above:
    • Low vis
    • dusk till dawn
    • heavy traffic
  38. "Vessels not under command"
    Through exceptional circumstances
  39. Vessels may enter TSS
    • All of the above:
    • emergencies
    • fishing
    • crossing the TSS
  40. Vessels transferring cargo
    Are restricted in their ability to maneuver
  41. Two classes of ships who don't have to comply with TSS
    • Laying underwater cables
    • Servicing NavAids
  42. Vessels that shall not impede the movement of other vessels who can only safely transit through the channel
    Sailing vessels
  43. "Inland Waters" includes
    • Great Lakes
    • Inland waters up to the demarcation line
  44. Vessel Regarding as "RAM"?
    Mineclearing
  45. INLAND: Vessel not contained in nav rules?
    Vessel constrained by draft
  46. Rules require factor to determine safe speed
    Location of vessels by radar
  47. Approaching another vessel, bearing not changing
    risk of collision exists
  48. INTL: Vessel not regarded as RAM
    • Vessel constrained by draft
    • Vessel not under command
  49. INLAND: What is true regarding narrow channels?
    Avoid anchoring in them
  50. INTL: 250m freight constrained by draft, narrow channel. Vessel engaged in fishing stbd side 1/2 mile away. What is TRUE?
    Sound 5 short, unsure of intentions!
  51. Traffic Separation zone part of TSS which
    separates traffic one direction from opposite direction
  52. TRUE about vessels with operational radar
    Must use for early warning risk of collision
  53. Vessels "restricted in ability to maneuver"
    Due to the nature of their work
  54. 15m tug underway crossing narrow channel, container ship port bow at steady bearing. What is TRUE?
    Tug not ti impede safe passage of container ship
  55. TSS estabilshed by IMO
    provides inbound/outbound lanes for safe flow of traffic
  56. To be considered "engaged in fishing"
    Must be using fishing apparatus which restricts maneuverability
  57. Mariners must take due regard to
    • ALL OF THE ABOVE:
    • Backing power, radar info, occupation
  58. Safe speed is defined as the speed where
    Can take proper and effective action to avoid collision
  59. Which vessel is underway according to RoR
    Drifting, engine off
  60. INLD: Vessel using TSS shall not
    proceed in inappropriate traffic lane
  61. INLD: TRUE regarding inland nav rules
    lists requirement for TSS
  62. TRUE concerning vessel engaged in fishing
    Vessel may be using nets/trawls/lines
  63. Vessels overtaking at night will see a light
    only the sternlight
  64. Rule 14 describes head-on. What conditions must be met?
    • All above:
    • reciprocal course, power driven, risk of collision
  65. Head on at night when p/d sees other p/d ahead
    both sidelights and masthead light
  66. Vessel approaching 235 relative
    overtaking
  67. Situation that reqs both vessels to change course
    Meeting head-on
  68. Open water, fishing vessel crossing, sailing vessel stbd side. Who is stand on?
    Fishing vessel because fishing
  69. of vessels listed, who must keep out of way of others listed
    • sailing -> over RAM
    • not under command
    • fishing
  70. Aboard Vessel A (P/D) open water, Vessel B is sailing off port bow. Who is stand on?
    Sailing because it's sailing
  71. 2 vessels in immediate danger, stand on must
    assist in taking action to avoid collision
  72. P/D vessel underway with trolling lines must keep out of the way of
    sailing vessel
  73. overtaking, how many degrees abaft of beam?
    22.5
  74. Two vessels meeting head-on. Actions taken to avoid collision
    Both alter crs to stbd
  75. every vessel keep out of way of other vessel, take positive and early action
    to avoid crossing ahead of vessel
  76. stand on vessel SHALL take action to avoid collision when
    collision not avoided by give way vessel maneuver alone
  77. INTL: Of vessels listed, who must keep out of the way
    • barge pusher keeps out of way of:
    • RAM, constrained, fishing
  78. TRUE regarding overtaking
    change of bearing not make crossing situation
  79. Vessel A 000, Vessel B head on 355 2 mi away. Vessel A should
    maneuver for port to port passing
  80. navigating in low vis, p/d vessel shall
    have engines ready for maneuver
  81. necessary to avoid collison, stand on shall NOT
    turn to port for a vessel on port side
  82. vessel not making away, not disabled sees vessel approaching stbd
    vessel 1 obligated to stay out of way
  83. 2 p/d vessels crossing, stand on is
    vessel to the starboard of the other
  84. fishing vessel keeps out of way of
    vessel RAM
  85. powerdriven must keep out of way of sailing EXCEPT
    when sailing is overtaking
  86. p/d notices large sailing vessel approaching astern.
    p/d should
    hold c/s
  87. stand on FIRST allowed to take action?
    when give way not appropriate to avoid collision
  88. true statement regarding RoR?
    fishing vessel stays out of way of RAM
  89. vessel fishing during the day shows
    2 cones with apex together (black widow)
  90. dredge indicating safe side to pass
    double diamonds
  91. see green light heading due east
    vessel heading southwest
  92. pilot on pilotage duty shows ID lights
    all of the above (any underway, at anchor, alongside vessel)
  93. single vessel towed astern shows
    sidelights and sternlight
  94. vessel towing astern, RAM should show
    all of the above
  95. vessel that must show forward and aft mast headlight when making way
    75m RAM
  96. vessel anchored at night that doesnt have to show anchor lights
    underwater ops
  97. dayshape for vessel being towned exceeding 200m
    diamond
  98. RAM
    REDWHITERED
  99. vessel mineclearing shows special ID lights
    all of the above
  100. dredging: 2 balls in a vertical line, port side
    means obstruction on port side
  101. red sidelight bearing NW 315, vessel is heading
    SW 225
  102. fishing vessel only required to show sidelights, sternlight
    underway, making way
  103. vessel 3 all around red at night, during day shape is
    cylinder
  104. vessel 3 red lights vertical
    constrained by draft
  105. towing light
    yellow
  106. INTL:vessel sounds 2 short
    i am altering course to port
  107. Rowboat underway doesnt show lights for sailing, shows
    white light sufficient to avoid collision
  108. NARROW CHANNEL: I Intended to take you on YOUR port side
    long long short short
  109. NARROW CHANNEL: I intended to take you on YOUR stbd side
    long long short
  110. low visibility: powerdriven underway making way
    1 long
  111. low vis: powerdriven underway not making way
    2 long
  112. low vis: everyone else "i am special" and "i am towing"
    long short short
  113. low vis: "i'm being towed"
    long short short short
  114. vessel may show id lights when not engaged in occupation
    none above (fishing, pilot, mineclearance)
  115. u/w making way, low vis.
    what fog signal every 2 mins?
    1 long
  116. statement about whistle signals FALSE?
    vessel in fog sounding intervals 1 minute
  117. vessel underway in fog: Hear 1 long 3 short
    vessel being towed
  118. INLAND: meeting p/d, sounds 1 short 2 short response. What do next?
    DANGER SIGNAL
  119. INLAND: 2 short when meeting
    'i intend to leave you on my stbd side"
  120. INTL: 1 long 1 short 1 long 1 short
    vessel being overtaken in a channel
  121. pilot vessel sounds id signal
    underway not making way
  122. vessel 50m at anchor sounds
    5 second ringing bell every minute
  123. INLAND: head-on collision
    one short, altr to stbd pass port to port
  124. 1 long, 2 short
    • all above:
    • not under command, sailing, RAM, etc)
  125. fog signal of one short, one long, one short
    vessel at anchor
  126. INLAND: approaching a bend, sound 1 prolonged answered by a vessel
    exchange passing signals insight within 1/2 mile
  127. INTL: vessel sounds 2 short
    im altering my course to port
  128. INTL: channel, i intend to pass on other vessels port side
    2 long, 2 short
  129. vessel towing in fog sounds
    1 long, 2 short every 2 mins
  130. powerdriven making way in dense fog sees vessel within 1/2 mile closing on port, sounds
    1 prolonged
  131. all vessels sound at 2 min intervals except
    anchored or aground = 1 minute
  132. underway, restricted vis, heard at 2 min interval except
    ringing of bell
  133. INLAND: proceeding down channel, doubt intention of crossing
    danger signal
  134. prolonged =
    4-6 secs
  135. short =
    1 second
  136. 200 m vessel RAM at anchor sounds fog signal of
    1 long 2 short every 2 mins
  137. INLAND: in a harbor, hearing one prolonged means
    vessel getting underway

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