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What vessels do COLREG
rules 1983 apply to ?
To all vessels navigating in international wate

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What does the word
"vessel" mean, according Any watercraft capable of floating on water w
to the COLREG rules ?
machinery.

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What does the word
"seaplane" mean ?
What vessel may be
considered as "vessel
restricted in her ability to
manoeuvre" ?

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What vessel may be
considered as "vessel
restricted in her ability to A vessel engaged in towing, having the towin
manoeuvre" ?
M in lenght.

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To what vessel is the term
"vessel restricted in her
ability to manoeuvre"
The term "vessel restricted in her ability to ma
limited to ?
be limited to the vessels quoted in the rules.

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Any aircraft designed to carry out hydrotechn
hydrometeorological work.

A vessel engaged in replenishment or transfer
provisions or carge while underway.

What does the term
"vessel constrained by her A vessel which because of her draught and the
draught" mean ?
navigation obstructions in unable to deviate fr
What does the term
Any condition in which visibility is reduced u
"restricted visibility" mean
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Which are the factors
taken into accouunt in
determinating the "safe
speed" ?

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How shall an action to
In ample time, with a succession of small alte
avoid collision be taken ? in order not to deviate from the vessel's cours

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What distance between
vessels shall the avoiding
action ensure ?
A distance of not less than 6 cables shall be en

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The vessel's length, nautical qualities of the v
power and the visibility.

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Till when shall the
effectiveness of an
avoiding action be
checked ?
Untill the vessels shall be abeam one to each o
Which is the best
manoeuvre to allow more
time to asset the situation,
when a collision must be Slackening her speed or taking all way off by
avoided ?
reversing her means of propulsion.

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How shall vessels engaged
in fishing conduct in a
They shall conduct as any other vessel and sh
traffic separation scheme ? the COLREG rules.

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How shall a vessel
overtaking any other
conduct ?
When shall a vessel be
deemed to be overtaking
any other ?

The vessel overtaking any other will have prio
When coming up with another vessel from a d
than 22.5 degrees aft her beam so that at night
able to see only the sternlight of that vessel.

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How shall a vessel
manoeuvre in doubt as to
whether she is overtaking She shall consider herself a privileged vessel
another ?
her course and speed.

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What manoeuvre shall be
made when 2 powerdriven vessels are crossing
so as to involve risk of
The vessel which sees the other on port side s
collision ?
the way of the other.

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When shall a stand-on
vessel take action to avoid
collision by her
manoeuvre alone ?
When the vessels are navigating through the s
Which vessel's way shall a
sailing vessel underway
keep out of ?
Fish-freezing vessels with high speed.
Which vessel's way shall,
so far as possible a vessel
engaged in fishing, when
underway, keep out of ? Power-driven vessels at high speed.

Which vessel's way shall a
vessel constrained by her
draught keep out of ?
Vessels restricted in their ability to manoeuvre
Which vessel's way shall a
vessel constrained by her
draught keep out of ?
Sailing vessels.
How shall a power-driven At a safe speed and her engines ready for imm
vessel navigate in
manoeuvre.
conditions of restricted
visibility ?

What ranges shall the mastlights be visible at for vessels of 50m or more in length ? 5 miles maximum. by day and by night. exhibit ? A masthead light. What range shall the mastlights be visible at. What range shall the sidelights be visible at for vessels less than 12 metres in length ? 2 nautical miles. for vessels between 20 and 50m in length ? 5 nautical miles. a sternlight. What does the term A light flashing at regular intervals at a freque "flashing light" mean ? per minute. What range shall the towing light be visible at. less than 50 metres in length. What lights shall a power.An all-round white light and also. if practicab driven vessel underway.25 Colreg_Managerial When shall the rules concerning "lights and shapes" complied with ? 26 Colreg_Managerial What does the word "sternlight" mean ? 27 Colreg_Managerial 28 Colreg_Managerial 29 Colreg_Managerial 30 Colreg_Managerial 31 Colreg_Managerial 32 33 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial When underway. sidelights. What lights shall a powerdriven vessel underway. of . A white light placed at the stern of a vessel. for vessels of 50 metres or more in length ? 3 nautical miles.

from any sufficient cause it is impracticable to . is not normally engaged in towing operations do. when the length of the tow exceeds 200 metres ? At the fore masthead. What shall a vessel or object being towed do when. when the lenght of the tow exceeds 200 metres ? A cone with the apex downward. What lights shall an inconspicuous. What shall a vessel She shall navigate with caution the radiotelep engaged in towing which order to inform the vessels in the area. exhibit ? What range shall an allround white light of an inconspicuous. when her length 5 all-round white lights at the forward end.34 Colreg_Managerial 35 Colreg_Managerial 36 Colreg_Managerial 37 Colreg_Managerial 38 Colreg_Managerial 39 40 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial less than 7 metres in length and whose maximum speed does not exceed 7 knots. from any sufficient cause it is impracticable to All possible measures shall be taken to light th exhibit the lights being towed or at least to indicate the presenc prescribed by the rules ? object. What lights shall a powerdriven vessel of less than 50 metres in length exhibit when towing and the length of the tow is less 2 masthead lights in a vertical line. Where shall the shape of the power-driven vessel underway be placed. af exceeds 100 metres and the extremities of her breadth and a light betw her breadth exceeds 25 end and the after end so that the distance betw metres ? shall not exceed 100 metres. What shape shall a powerdriven vessel being towed exhibit. partly submerged vessel or object being towed be visible ? 3 nautical miles. when. sidelights than 200 metres ? light. partly submerged vessel or object being towed exhibit.

when engaged in towing another vessel in distress or otherwise What lights shall a sailing vessel underway exhibit ? Sidelights. 43 Colreg_Managerial 44 Colreg_Managerial 45 46 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial What lights shall a vessel engaged in trawling exhibit. 42 Colreg_Managerial What lights shall a vessel under oars exhibit ? A blue light to be shown at any time. when making way Sidelights. a sternlight and an all-round green through the water ? masthead. when fishing in close proximity to other vessel engaged in fishing and when the nets have come fast upon an . What additional lights 2 red lights in a vertical line. when hauling her nets and fishing in close proximity to other vessels engaged in fishing ? 2 red lights in a vertical line. when there is outlying gear extending more than 150 metres horizontally ? A black diamond.41 Colreg_Managerial exhibit the lights prescribed by the rules. shall a trawler engaged in fishing exhibit. What shapes shall a fishing vessel other than trawling exhibit. What additional lights shall a trawler engaged in fishing exhibit.

What shapes shall a vessel not under command exhibit ? 2 balls or similar shapes in a vertical line. 2 diamonds in a vertical lin her ability to manoeuvre ? side on which another vessel may pass.47 Colreg_Managerial 48 Colreg_Managerial obstruction ? What additional lights shall a trawler exhibit. Colreg_Managerial What shall a vessel engaged in diving operations exhibit. when engaged in pair trawling in close proximity to other vessel engaged in fishing ? An all-round white light at the masthead. Colreg_Managerial What shapes shall a vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations 2 balls in a vertical line indicating the side on exhibit. when restricted in obstruction exists. white. 49 50 51 . red lights in a vertical line. whenever her size makes it impracticable to exhibit all lights and shapes prescribed for vessels engaged in during 3 all-round lights in a vertical line. the highes operations ? red and the middle light white. Colreg_Managerial What lights shall a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre exhibit. when at anchor ? The red.

What shape shall a vessel constrained by her draught exhibit ? 2 balls in a vertical line. ? anchorage.52 Colreg_Managerial 53 Colreg_Managerial 54 Colreg_Managerial 55 Colreg_Managerial 56 Colreg_Managerial 57 Colreg_Managerial 58 Colreg_Managerial 59 Colreg_Managerial 60 Colreg_Managerial 61 Colreg_Managerial What lights shall a vessel engaged in mineclearance operations exhibit ? The lights of a vessel not under command. but not in a narrow channel. What lights shall a vessel engaged on pilotage duty exhibit. How shall the green lights of vessels engaged in mineclearance operations One of these lights shall be exhibited near the be exhibited ? and one at each end of the fore yard. the upper being white. or where other vessels normally na When shall vessels of less than 7 metres in length not be required to exibit the shapes of a vessel at anchor ? When at anchor in a basin. When shall the sound signals for manoeuvring be given ? In any circumstances. the lower What lights shall a vessel The lights of a vessel at anchor and 2 all-roun aground exhibit ? vertical line. When shall vessels of less than 7 metres in length not be required to exhibit the lights of a vessel at anchor When at anchor. when she is at The lights of a vessel at anchor and 2 all-roun anchor ? vertical line. What vessels aground shall not be required to exhibit the lights and shapes of a vessel aground ? Vessels of less than 7 metres in length. . What equipment for sound signals shall a vessel of 12-100 metres in length be provid with ? One whistle at midship.

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when engaged on pilotage duty in conditions of Rapid strokes on the gong for 5 seconds at int restricted visibility ? more than one minute. You are in charge of a 250-meter freight vessel constrained by her draft proceeding down a narrow channel. which statement is TRUE? You are not to impede the fishing vessel . separated by an in radiotelegraphy ? seconds. According to Rule 9. What sonud signals shall a pilot vessel at anchor give. in conditions of restricted visibility.”Which statement is true concerning a vessel” “constrained by her draft”? She must be a power-driven vessel Which statement is TRUE. if manned. in conditions of restricted visibility ? What sound signals shall a pushing vessel and a vessel being pushed ahead give. A vessel not under command shall keep out o according to the Rules? vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver . There is a vessel engaged in fishing on your starboard bow half a mile away. Which is the alarm signal 2 long dashes for 10 seconds. when twey are rigidly connected in a composite unit underway ? One prolonged blast at intervals of not more t What sound signals shall a The signals given by a vessel at anchor and. in vessel aground give in immediately before and after the rapid ringing conditions of restricted shall give 3 separate and distinct strokes on th visibility ? she may sound an appropriate whistle signal.72 Colreg_Managerial 73 Colreg_Managerial 74 Colreg_Managerial 75 Colreg_Managerial 76 Colreg_Managerial 77 78 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial vessel towed give.

keep out of the way of a vessel restri according to the Rules? to maneuver Colreg_Managerial Which statement in TRUE.79 80 81 Colreg_Managerial A vessel engaged in fishing while underway s Which statement is TRUE. according to the Rules? Colreg_Managerial A vessel engaged in fishing while underway s Which statement is TRUE. possible. keep out of the way of a vessel restri according to the Rules? to maneuver 82 Colreg_Managerial 83 Colreg_Managerial 84 85 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial A vessel constrained by her draft shall keep ou vessel engaged in fishing A signal of intent must be sounded in international waters by _____________ a vessel meeting another head-on Which vessel shall avoid impeding the safe passage of a vessel constrained by her draft? A vessel not under command Of the vessel listed. A vessel to port is within the channel and crossing your course. She is showing a . which must keep out of the way of all the others? A vessel constrained by her draft Your vessel is crossing a hold your course and speed narrow channel. possible.

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black cylinder. You should
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Your vessel is constrained
by her draft and operating
in a narrow channel.
Another vessel is crossing
your course from
starboard to port. You are
in doubt as to her
intentions. According to
Rule 9 you
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”Which vessel is NOT”
“restricted in her ability to
maneuver”?
”Which statement is
TRUE concerning a
vessel” “constrained by
her draft”?

”Which statement applies
to a vessel” “constrained
by her draft”?
Lighting requirements in
inland waters are different
from those for
international waters for
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"Vessel" "A" is overtaking
vessel" "B"on open waters
and will pass without
changing course. Vessel
"A"
should_____________.
You are underway in a
norrow channel, and you
are being overtaken by a
vessel astern. After the
overtaking vessel sounds
the proper signal

should sound one short blast to indicate that y
course and speed
A vessel servicing an aid to navigation

She is hampered because of her work

The term only applies to vessels in narrow cha

barges being towed by pushing ahead

sound two prolonged blasts followed by two s
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indicating his intention to
pass your vessel on your
starboard side, you signal
your agreement b
You intend to overtake a
vessel in a narrow
channel, and you intend to
pass along the vessel`s
port side. How should you
signal your intention?
Two short blasts followed by two prolonged b
"Which vessel is NOT
regarded as being"
"restricted in her ability to
maneuver?"
A vessel servicing an aid to navigation
Which vessel shall avoid
impeding the safe passage
of a vessel constrained by
her draft?
A vessel not under command
You are underway in fog
and hear a fog signal
consisting of one
prolonged and two short
blasts, It could be any of
the following EXCEPT a
vessel _____________.
enganged in mineclearance
You are operating a vessel
in a narrow channel.Your
vessel must stay within the
channel to be navigated
safely. Another vessel is
crossing your course from
starboard to port,and you
are in doubt as to his
intentions. According to
Rule 9,
may sound the danger signal
Which vessel is to keep
out of the way of the
others?
A vessel constrained by her draft

"Which statement applies
to a vessel""constrained She is severely restricted in her ability to chan
by her draft?"
because of her draft in relation to the available
Which vessel would NOT
sound a fog signal of one
prolonged and two short
blasts?
A vessel not under command

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Of the vessels listed,
which mustkeep out of the
way of all the others?
A vessel constrained by her draft
A vessel not under
command sounds the same
fog signal as a vessel
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engaged in towing
In a crossing situation on
international waters, a
short blast by the giveway vessel indicates that
the vessel
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is holding course and speed
Two prolonged blasts
followed by one short
blast on the whistle is a
signal which could be
sounded by a
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fishing vessel
You are in sight of another
vessel in a crossing
situation, and the other
vessel sounds one short
blast. You are going to
hold course and speed.
You should
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answer with one short blast
The light which may be
used with a vessel`s
whistle is to be
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used when the whistle is broken

A fishing vessel is
approaching a vessel not
under command. Which the fishing vessel must keep clear of the vesse
statement is TRUE?
command.
You are approaching
another vessel and will
pass starboard to starboard
without danger if no
course changes are made.
You should
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hold course and sound a two blast whistle sign
How do COLREG rules The Government of any state may issue speci

be such that they cann fleet ? for the lights or signals authorized under COL 110 Colreg_Managerial When is it permitted to make a departure from the In national waters. vessels proceeding in convoy and fishing vessels respect to the number of station lights or signa engaged in fishing as a shall. 111 Colreg_Managerial What does the term "sailing vesel" mean ? 114 Colreg_Managerial 115 Colreg_Managerial What does the term "vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre" mean ? What vessel may be considered as "vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre" ? What vessel may be considered as "vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre" ? What vessel may be considered as "vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre" ? Colreg_Managerial What does the term "vessel's length" mean ? 112 Colreg_Managerial 113 Colreg_Managerial 116 117 118 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial Any vessel using wind power as means of pro A vessel which from the nature of her work is ability to manoeuvre as required by the rules a unable to keep out of the way of another vesse A vessel with damaged steering gear. A vessel engaged in laying or picking up a sub pipeline. visually. When are 2 vessels deemed to be in sight of one another ? When they are watching each other.interfere with the lights and signals for ships of war. When shall a vessel Under conditions of restricted visibility. A vessel engaged in taking / dropping the pilo Vessel's length between perpendiculars. roasteads and in all waters COLREG rules ? therewith navigable by seagoing vessels. so far as possible. proceed at "safe speed" ? .

Colreg_Managerial When shall it be deemed that a risk of collision exists ? Colreg_Managerial If alteration of course alone is sufficient to avoid collision. how shall it be The manoeuvre shall be made in good time. b done ? does not result another close-quarts situation. Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial How shall a vessel navigate within a traffic separation scheme ? When shall a vessel enter a separation zone or cross a separation line ? When the vessels are navigating on opposite c The vessel shall navigate as close as possible separation schemes.119 120 121 122 123 124 Colreg_Managerial What means shall a vessel Every vessel shall use all available means app use to determine if risk of prevailing circumstances aand conditions to d collision exists ? collision exists. When the hydrometeorological conditions ma navigate in the general direction of traffic flow . using adequate range scales. Colreg_Managerial How shall radar equipment be used if fitted The radar equipment shall be used when the v aboard ? restricted.

by day. How shall 2 sailing vessels manoeuvre. servicing or picking up of a submarine cable exempted from complying with provisions of the rule regarding navigation in traffic separation schemes ? They are not exempted from complying with When the vessel sees the other ahead and by n When shall the vessel be the masthead lights of the other in a line and/o deemed to have reciprocal and. Which is the action by stand-on vessel ? The vessel shall keep her course and speed. when they are approaching one another so as to involve risk of collision and both have the wind on the same The vessel which sees the other on port side s side the way of the other. underway. Which vessel's way shall a power-driven vessel keep out of ? Pilot vessels underway.125 Colreg_Managerial 126 Colreg_Managerial 127 Colreg_Managerial 128 Colreg_Managerial 129 Colreg_Managerial 130 131 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial How shall a vessel navigate in areas near the terminations of traffic separation schemes? The vessel shall navigate in the general direct Are the vessels restricted in their ability to manoeuvre when engaged in an operation for the laying. engaged in pilotage o Which vessel's way shall a Fish-carriers. she observes the corresponding a courses ? vessel. power-driven vessel .

At what speed shall a vessel navigate in conditions of restricted visibility ? At slow speed and look-out forward. Which vessel's way shall. restricted visibility an be also exhibited ? circumstances when it is deemed necessary. . she shall take avoiding actions in ample time. When shall the rules concerning shapes be complied with ? By twilight.underway keep out of ? 132 Colreg_Managerial 133 Colreg_Managerial Which vessel's way shall a power-driven vessel underway keep out of ? Sailing vessels. When shall the lights prescribed by these rules From sunrise to sunset. A vessel which detects by radar alone the presence of another vessel shall determine if a closequarters situation is developing and/or risk of collision exists. if An alteration of course in the opposite directio such action consists of an abeam or abaft the beam. What does the term ' Any white light placed on the mast of a vesse masthead light' mean ? prescribed by the register standards. a vessel engaged in fishing. so far as possible. If so. Colreg_Managerial What safety precautions shall a seaplane on the water take ? 134 135 Colreg_Managerial 136 Colreg_Managerial 137 Colreg_Managerial 138 139 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial She shall keep well clear of all vessels and av their navigation. when underway. keep out of ? Fish-carriers underway to the anchorage. however.

for vessels of l2-50 metres in length ? 3 nautical miles. for vessels between 12 and 50 metres in length ? 3 nautical miles. a stern ligh light. when operating in nondisplacement mode ? What lights shall a powerdriven vessel of more than 50 metres in length exhibit. What lights shall an aircushion vessel exhibit. What range shall the white. when towing and the length of the tow is less than 50 metres ? The same lights as a power-driven vessel und Instead of the masthead lights forward and aft lights in a vertical line. What range shall the towing light be visible at. green or yellow all round light be visible at.140 Colreg_Managerial 141 Colreg_Managerial 142 Colreg_Managerial 143 Colreg_Managerial 144 Colreg_Managerial 145 Colreg_Managerial 146 Colreg_Managerial 147 148 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial What does the term "all A light showing an unbroken light over an arc round light" mean ? 360 degrees. sidelights. What range shall the mastlight be visible at. . for vessels less than 12 metres in length ? 1 nautical mile. What range shall the sidelights be visible at. for vessels of 12 metres or more in length. What range shall the sternlight be visible at. red. but less than 50 metres ? 3 nautical miles. green or yellow all round light be visible at. for vessels less than 12m in length ? 3 nautical miles. red. for vessels of 50 metres or more in length ? 3 nautical miles. What range shall the white.

partly submerged vessel or object less than 25 metres in breadth exhibit. She shall have ready at hand an electric torch when her length is less showing a white light which shall be exhibited than 7 metres ? to prevent collision. when her length is less than 20 metres ? Anywhere and to be exhibited only if necessa What lights shall a sailing vessel underway exhibit. What lights shall a fishing Sidelights. when the length of the tow exceeds 200 metres ? A diamond. exhibit. vessel other than trawling white and the lower red. 2 all-round lights in a vertical line. when being towed and the length of the tow exceeds A cone apex upwards at the forward end and a 200 metres ? at the after end. this not being the case of a composite unit ? She shall exhibit the sidelights at the forward What lights shall a vessel being towed alongside exhibit ? The masthead lights and a sternlight. What lights shall an inconspicuous. Where shall a sailing vessel underway carry the lantern. What shapes shall an inconspicuous.149 Colreg_Managerial 150 Colreg_Managerial 151 Colreg_Managerial 152 Colreg_Managerial 153 Colreg_Managerial 154 Colreg_Managerial 155 Colreg_Managerial 156 Colreg_Managerial 157 158 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial What shape shall a powerdriven vessel underway exhibit. si unit ? sternlight. partly submerged object or vessel exhibit by day. when making way . What lights shall a vessel being pushed ahead exhibit. this not being the case of a composite 2 masthead lights forward in a vertical line. When shall a vessel engaged in fishing exhibit the prescribed lights and shapes ? In any circumstance. when being towed ? An all-round white light at the forward end. What lights shall a powerdriven vessel exhibit when pushing ahead or towing alongside.

the highest and the low at anchor ? being balls and the middle one a diamond. The lights prescribed for power-driven vessel engaged in towing operations. The shapes prescribed for a power-driven ves towing operations. when making way through the water ? Where shall the red lights of the vessels not under command be placed ? Colreg_Managerial What lights shall a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre exhibit. An all-round red light. a sternlight. when they can best be seen. sidelights and At the foremasthead. . an all-ro the direction of the gear. Two red lights in a vertical line. when there is outlying gear extending more than 150 metres horizontally and is making way through the water ? What additional lights shall a trawler engaged in fishing exhibit when shooting her nets and fishing in close proximity to other vessel engaged in fishing ? What lights shall a vessel not under command exhibit. 163 164 165 166 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial What lights shall a powerdriven vessel exhibit.159 Colreg_Managerial 160 Colreg_Managerial 161 Colreg_Managerial 162 Colreg_Managerial through the water? What lights shall a vessel engaged in fishing. when making way through the Sidelights. 2 all-round lights in a upper being red and the lower white. a sternlight and 3 lights in a vertica water ? and the lowest one being red and the middle o Colreg_Managerial What shapes shall a vessel restricted in her ability to One ball in the fore part and 3 shapes in a ver manoeuvre exhibit. when engaged in towing operations and restricted in her ability to deviate from her course ? What shapes shall a power-driven vessel Sidelights. other than trawling exhibit.

167 Colreg_Managerial 168 Colreg_Managerial exhibit. when her length exceeds 50 metres ? An all-round white light at the fore masthead. 169 170 Instead of the shapes of a vessel at anchor. 173 174 . Where shall the shapes In the fore part. In a vertical line. the vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre e dredging operations. when underway ? being white and the lower red. What shapes shall a vessel at anchor exhibit ? One ball in the fore part. Colreg_Managerial What lights shall a vessel engaged on pilotage duty Sidelights and 2 all-round lights in a vertical l exhibit. when less than 50 metres in length ? The lights of a vessel at anchor. 171 Colreg_Managerial 172 Colreg_Managerial What lights shall a vessel at anchor exhibit. Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial What lights shall a vessel at anchor exhibit. when engaged in towing operations and restricted in her ability to deviate from her course ? What shapes shall a vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations exhibit. when restricted in her ability to manoeuvre and at anchor ? How shall the balls of vessels engaged in mineclearance operations be exhibited ? Colreg_Managerial What lights shall a vessel constrained by her draught The lights prescribed for power-driven vessel exhibit ? additional red light.

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185 Colreg_Managerial 186 Colreg_Managerial What sound signal shall a vessel underway but stopped and making no way through the water give. in conditions of One prolonged blast followed by 2 short blast restricted visibility ? not more than 2 minutes. in conditions of restricted visibility ? One prolonged warning blast at intervals of on What sound signal shall a vessel not under command give. in conditions of restricted One long blast followed by 3 short blasts at in visibility ? minutes.184 Colreg_Managerial signals given by a vessel which fails to understand the intentions of another or is in doubt whether sufficient action is being taken by the other to avoid collision ? If whistles are fitted on the vessel at a distance apart of more than 100 metres. a restricted visibility ? more than one minute. which of them shall be used for giving manoeuvring and warning signals ? One of them. in conditions of Ringing the bell rapidly for 5 seconds at interv restricted visibility ? minute. Colreg_Managerial What sound signals shall a vessel at anchor give. if her lenght is less than 100 metres. 187 188 189 . Colreg_Managerial What sound signals shall a fishing vessel at anchor give. Colreg_Managerial What sound signal shall a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre give. in conditions of Rapid blasts on the bell for about 5 seconds.

if any. a vessel trying to overtake another on the other vessel`s port side. one short blast What whistle signal. would sound a whistle signal of_____________. a powerdriven vessel coming up dead astern of another vessel and altering her course to starboard so as to pass on the starboard side of the vessel ahead would sound_______________. a meeting another head-on signal of intent which must be answered by the . What sound signals shall a pilot vessel give in conditions of restricted visibility. but will pass clear starboard to starboard? One short blast A power-driven vessel leaving a quay or wharf must sound what signal? Three short blasts When two vessels are in sight of one another. a light signal of at least five short and rapid fl In a narrow channel.190 Colreg_Managerial 191 Colreg_Managerial 192 Colreg_Managerial 193 Colreg_Managerial 194 Colreg_Managerial 195 Colreg_Managerial 196 197 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial What additional sound signal shall a vessel at anchor give. would be sounded when two vessels are meeting. two short blasts In a narrow channel. in conditions of restricted visibility to give warning of her position and of the possibility of collision to Signal on the whistle : one short blast followe an approaching vessel ? prolonged blast and then one short blast. when underway and engaged on pilotage One prolonged blast at intervals of not more t duty ? in addition an identity signal consisting of 4 s On open water. all of the following signals may be given EXCEPT _________________.

an overtaking vessel which intends to pass on the other vessel`s port side would sound ___________________. one prolonged followed by two short blasts When moving from a berth alongside a quay (wharf). You hear a fog signal of one prolonged and two short blasts. You are underway on the high seas in restricted visibility.198 Colreg_Managerial 199 Colreg_Managerial 200 Colreg_Managerial 201 Colreg_Managerial 202 Colreg_Managerial 203 Colreg_Managerial 204 Colreg_Managerial 205 206 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial other vessel. a vessel must sound __________ three short blasts You are approaching another vessel and will pass safely starboard to starboard without changing course. Visibility is restricted. is sounded by a vessel _______________. It could be any of the following EXCEPT a vessel ______. minesweeping In a narrow channel. Which statement concerning whistle signals is TRUE? You must sound three short blasts on the whis Which signal is sounded ONLY by a vessel in sight of another? One short blast on the whistle "Vessel" "A" is overtaking need not sound any whistle signals . you put your engines full speed astern. You should _________________ hold course and sound no whistle signal Your vessel is backing out of a slip in a harbor. alternating red and yellow light While underway and in sight of another vessel. You should sound __________________ one prolonged blast only A light used to signal passing intentions must be an _____________.

and one short blast. is altering course to port . overtaking another in a narrow channel In a narrow channel. Two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast on the whistle is a signal which would be sounded by a vessel _____________. Vessel "A" _____________.207 Colreg_Managerial 208 Colreg_Managerial 209 Colreg_Managerial 210 Colreg_Managerial 211 Colreg_Managerial 212 Colreg_Managerial 213 Colreg_Managerial vessel" "B" on open waters as shown. a light signal of at least five short and rapid fl Which signal is sounded ONLY by a vessel in sight of another and NOT in or near an area of restricted visibility? Four short blasts on the whistle A signal of one prolonged. any of the following signals may be given EXCEPT ____________. and will pass without changing course. engaged on pilotage duty On open water two vessels are in an overtaking.The overtaking vessel has just sounded one short blast on the whistle. an overtaking which intends to PASS on the other vessel`s port side would sound _____________. What is the meaning of this whistle signal? "I request permission to pass you on my port s You are in sight of a power-driven vessel that sounds two short blasts of the whistle. one short. one prolonged followed by two short blasts When two vessels are in sight of one another and NOT in or near an area of restricted visibility. This signal means that the vessel _____________. in that order is given by a vessel _____________. one prolonged.

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of a slip in a harbor and
you can see that other
vessels are approaching.
You should sound
_____________.
three short blasts when leaving the slip
A whistle signal of one
prolonged,one short,one
prolonged and one short
blast,is sounded by a
vessel _____________.
at anchor
Two power-driven vessels
are meeting. A two blast
whistle signal by either
vessel means
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"I intend to alter course to port"
A sailing vessel is
overtaking a power-driven
vessel in a narrow
channel, so as to pass on
the power-driven vessel`s
port side. The overtaken
vessel will have to more to
facilitate passage. The
sailing vessel is the
_____________.
stand-on vessel and would sound two short bl
Which signal is sounded
ONLY when vessels are
NOT in sight of each
other?
You are underway in a
narrow channel, and you
are being overtaken by a
vessel astern. After the
overtaking vessel sounds
the proper signal
indicating his intention to
pass your vessel on your
starboard side, you signal
your agreement b
A vessel sounds one short
blast. This signal indicates
the vessel
_____________,
A vessel sounds two short

A signal of at least five short and rapid blasts

one short blast

intendes to alter course to starboard
intends to alter course to port

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blasts. This signal
indicates the vessel
_____________.
You intend to overtake a
vessel in a narrow
channel, and you intend to
pass along the vessel`s
port side. How should you
signal your intention?
No signal is necessary
"Vessel "A"is overtaking
vessel "B" on open waters
and will pass without
changing course. Vessel
"A" _____________.
should sound two short blasts
When vessels are in sight
of one another, two short
blasts from one of the
vessels means
_____________.
"I am altering my course to starboard"
In which case would an
overtaking vessel sound a
whistle signal of two
prolonged followed by one
short blast?
When obertaking in restricted visibility
Under what circumstances
would an overtaking
vessel sound a whistle
signal of two prolonged
followed by one short
blast?
When overtaking in restricted visibility
How do COLREG rules
interfere with the special
rules for roadsteads,
harbours, rivers, lakes or
inland waterways
Nothing in COLREG rules shall interfere with
navigable by seagoing
special rules, made by an appropriate authorit
vessels ?
rules shall conform as closely as possible to C
When is a vessel, the
The compliance with COLREG rules exonera
master or the owner
master or owner from any responsability.
exonerated from the
consequences of any
neglect or the neglect of
any precaution which may
be required by the
ordinary practice of
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What does the term 'vessel
engaged in fishing"
Any vessel fishing with trolling lines or other
mean ?
which do not restrict manoeuvrability.

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What does the term
"vessel not under
command" mean ?

The term "power-driven vessel" means any ve
machinery.

Any vessel having serious damages to the stee
the main engine.

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What vessel may be
considered as "vessel
restricted in her ability to
manoeuvre" ?
A vessel engaged in fishing which is going to
What vessel may be
considered as "vessel
restricted in her ability to
manoeuvre" ?
A vessel engaged in an abandon-ship drill.

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"vessel's breadth" mean ? Vessel's greatest breadth.
How shall a proper look- Every vessel shall at all times maintain a prop
out be maintained
sight and hearing as well as by all available m

when an appreciable bearing change is evident ? Colreg_Managerial How shall the alternations of course and/or speed be Small alterations of course and/or speed not to made to avoid collision ? from vessel's course. Vessels restricted in their ability to manoeuvre an operation for the maintenance of safety of traffic separation scheme is exempted from co rule. .237 238 239 240 241 242 Colreg_Managerial aboard ? in the prevailing circumstances and condition full appraisal of the situation and of risk of co What is the reason for proceeding at a "safe speed" ? A vessel shall proceed at a safe speed so that s proper and effective action to avoid collision within a distance appropriate to the prevailing and conditions. the use of a pro the elimination of jamming. They shall use the inshore traffic zones. When approaching a very large vessel or a tow approaching a vessel at close range. Colreg_Managerial Which are the factors taken into accont in determining the "safe speed" additionally. by vessels with operational radar ? When shall it be deemed that a risk of collision exists. Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial How shall vessels not using a traffic separation scheme navigate ? Which are the vessels exempted from complying with provisions at the rule regarding navigation in traffic separation The minimal passing distance.

How shall 2 sailing vessels manoeuvre when they are approaching one another. when navigating on reciprocal or nearly reciprocal courses. 245 Colreg_Managerial Which is the action by given-way vessel ? Colreg_Managerial When shall a stand-on vessel take action to avoid collision by her The vessel shall not keep out of the way of an manoeuvre alone ? matter the circumstances. if the Vessels restricted in their ability to manoeuvre circumstances of the case admit. so as to involve risk of Each shall alter courses to port in order to pas collision ? distance. Which vessel's way shall a sailing vessel underway keep out of ? Power-driven vessels with low speed. 246 247 Colreg_Managerial 248 Colreg_Managerial 249 250 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial The vessel shall so far as possible take early a action to keep well clear. avoid impeding the . Which vessel's way shall a power-driven vessel underway keep out of ? A vessel not under command. so as to involve risk of collision and each has the wind on a different The vessel which has the wind on the port sid side ? the way of the other.schemes ? 243 Colreg_Managerial 244 Colreg_Managerial How shall 2 power-driven vessels manoeuvre. Which vessels shall. Which vessel's way shall a sailing vessel underway keep out of ? Vessels engaged in fishing.

point out how a vessel shall conduct. or which She shall reduce her speed to the minimum at cannot avoid a closekept on her course. A green light on the starboard side and a red l side each showing an unbroken light over an 'What does the word of 112. . if such action consists of an An alteration of course to starboard for a vess a beam. She shall.safe passage of a vessel constrained by her draught ? 251 Colreg_Managerial 252 Colreg_Managerial 253 Colreg_Managerial 254 Colreg_Managerial 255 256 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial To which vessels do the rules of conduct of vessels in restricted visibility Vessels navigating in areas of restricted visibi apply to ? one of them is not in sight of one another. however. if necessary. which hears apparently forward of her beam the fog signal of another vessel. other than for a vessel being overtaken. When shall the rules concerning lights be complied with ? By night.5 degrees and so fixed as to show the "sidelight" mean ? ahead to 22. Except where it has been determined that a risk of collision does not exist. If so. she shall take avoiding action in ample time. A vessel which detects by radar alone the presence of another vessel shall determine if a closequarters situation is developing and/or risk of collision exists. tak quarters situation with and in any event navigate with extreme cautio another v collision is over. while towing.5 degrees abaft the beam on its re What does the term A white light placed above the sternlight used "towing light" mean ? guide.

sidelight and a sternlight. for vessels of 12-50 metres in length ? 3 nautical miles. for vessels less than l2 metres in length ? 3 nautical miles. for vessels between 12 and 20m in length ? 1 .257 Colreg_Managerial 258 Colreg_Managerial 259 Colreg_Managerial 260 Colreg_Managerial 261 Colreg_Managerial 262 Colreg_Managerial 263 Colreg_Managerial 264 265 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial What range shall the mastlights be visible at. What range shall the sternlight be visible at. What range shall the sternlight be visible at. when towing and the length of the tow exceeds 200 metres ? 3 masthead lights in a vertical line and a towin What lights shall a power. What range shall the towing light be visible at.3 masthead lights in a vertical line.2 nautical miles. What range shall the sidelights be visible at for vessels more than 50 metres in length ? 3 nautical miles. for vessels of 50 metres or more in length ? 3 nautical miles. green or yellow all round light be visible at.red. of 50 metres or more in length. What range shall the white. sidelights driven vessel of more than 50 metres in length . What lights shall a powerdriven vessel of less than 50 metres in length exhibit. What lights shall a powerdriven vessel underway. exhibit ? A masthead light. for vessels less than 12 metres in length ? 1 nautical mile.

A cone apex downwards at the forward end. Sidelights and a sternlight combined in one la Which are the additional lights a sailing vessel underway may exhibit ? An all-round green light at the top of the mast What shape shall a vessel A conical shape forward. when they are rigidly connected in a composite unit ? What lights shall the objects or vessels being towed exhibit. wh proceeding under sail seen. forwa each side at the extremities of her breadth. At the foremast head. when her length is less than 20 metres ? The lights of a tugboat with the length of the t metres. Masthead lights and a sternlight. exhibit. partly submerged object or vessel exhibit by day when being towed and the length of the tow is less than 200 metres ? What lights shall a sailing vessel underway exhibit.266 Colreg_Managerial 267 Colreg_Managerial 268 Colreg_Managerial 269 Colreg_Managerial 270 Colreg_Managerial 271 Colreg_Managerial 272 273 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial exhibit. 4 all-round white lights at the after end. other than inconspicuous vessels or objects ? Where shall the shape of a vessel being towed be placed when the length of the tow exceeds 200 metres ? What lights shall an inconspicuous. partly submerged vessel or object more than 25 metres in breadth. exhibit ? What shape shall an inconspicuous. apex downward. when towing and the length of the tow exceeds 200 metres ? What lights shall a pushing vessel and a vessel being pushed ahead exhibit. when also being .

manoeuvre exhibit. when engaged in fishing in close proximity to other A yellow light flashing alternately white equa vessels ? occultation duration. the highest and the l restricted in her ability to and the middle one white. when not making way through . when not making way through the water ? Sidelights and 2 red lights in a vertical line. when not engaged in fishing ? The lights and shapes prescribed for a vessel o What additional lights shall vessels engaged in fishing with purse seine gear exhibit. What lights shall a vessel 3 lights in a vertical line.propelled by machinery ? 274 Colreg_Managerial 275 Colreg_Managerial 276 Colreg_Managerial 277 Colreg_Managerial 278 Colreg_Managerial 279 Colreg_Managerial 280 281 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial What lights shall a vessel engaged in trawling exhibit. What lights shall a vessel not under command exhibit. when there is outlying gear extending more than 150 metres horizontally and is not making way through the water ? An all-round green light and a masthead light A shape consisting of 2 cones with their apexe 2 all-round lights in a vertical line. when not underway ? What shapes shall a vessel engaged in trawling exhibit ? What lights shall a vessel engaged in fishing other than trawling exhibit. Where shall the shapes of a vessel not under command be placed ? Forward. the upper b the lower red. an all-round red light in the dire What lights and shapes shall a fishing vessel exhibit.

when restricted in her ability to manoeuvre and at anchor ? The lights of a power-driven vessel at anchor.the water ? 282 283 284 285 Colreg_Managerial What shapes shall a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre exhibit ? 2 black balls in a vertical line. the upper b lower white. Colreg_Managerial What lights shall a vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations exhibit. when she is not underway ? 2 all-round red lights in a vertical line to indic which the obstruction exists. Colreg_Managerial What shapes shall a vessel engaged in mineclearance operations exhibit ? The shapes of a vessel not under command. when restricted in her ability to manoeuvre ? Colreg_Managerial What lights shall a vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations exhibit. . 286 Colreg_Managerial 287 Colreg_Managerial 288 Colreg_Managerial What do the shapes and lights of vessels engaged in mineclearance operations indicate ? Where shall the lights or shapes of the vessels constrained by their draught be exhibited ? What lights shall a vessel engaged on pilotage duty exhibit. Where they can best be seen. 2 all-round green vertical line to indicate the side on which anot pass and the lights of a vessel restricted in her That it is dangerous for another vessel to appr metres of the mineclearance vessel. 2 all-round lights in a vertical line.

Colreg_Managerial What shapes shall a vessel aground exhibit ? The shapes of a vessel at anchor and 3 balls in Colreg_Managerial What ligths and shapes shall a seaplane exhibit. when alighted on the sea ? The lights and shapes prescribed by the rules. What significance shall I am altering my course to starboard. a bell and a gong at the stern. 291 292 293 Colreg_Managerial 294 Colreg_Managerial 295 Colreg_Managerial 296 297 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial What does the term "short blast" mean ? A blast of from 2 to 3 seconds' duration. What equipment for sound signals shall a vessel of 100 metres or more in length be provided with? A whistle. What equipment for sound signals shall a vessel of less than 12 metres in Vessels of less than 12 metres in length shall n length carry ? carry sound signalling appliances.289 Colreg_Managerial 290 Colreg_Managerial What lights and shapes shall a pilot vessel exhibit when not engaged on pilotage duty ? The lights and shapes prescribed for a pilot ve What is the length of a vessel at anchor which must use the available working or equivalent lights to illuminate her decks ? 75 metres. Which is the sound signal to indicate the manoeuvre "I am altering my course to starboard" ? One short blast. the light signal"one flash " .

in conditions of restricted visibility ? .298 Colreg_Managerial 299 Colreg_Managerial 300 Colreg_Managerial 301 Colreg_Managerial 302 Colreg_Managerial 303 Colreg_Managerial 304 305 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial have. in conditions of restricted visibility ? Only by day in conditions of restricted visibil What sound signal shall a power-driven vessel give. in conditions of restricted One prolonged blast followed by 2 short blast visibility ? not more than 2 minutes. if associated with the sound signal ? I am operating astern propulsion. when approaching a bend or obstruction that may obscure another vessel and hearing a prolonged blast ? One short blast "I am altering my course to sta When shall sound signals be given. What sound signals shall a vessel give when in sight of another and failing to understand the intentions of another. if associated with the sound signal ? What significance shall light signal "3 flashes" have. What sound signals shall a 4 short ( warning ) blasts at intervals of 2 min fishing vessel underway give. What sound signals shall vessels constrained by their draught give. or when in doubt whether sufficient action is being taken by the other to avoid collision ? At least 5 short and rapid blasts on the whistle What signal shall a vessel give. what signal shall the vessel intending to overtake another on port side produce ? 2 short blasts. when making way through the water in conditions of restricted visibility ? 5 short warning blasts. When in sight of one another in a narrow channel or fairwey.

when she cannot give the signals She shall give a sound signal on the whistle co prescribed by the rules ? short blasts at intervals of one minute. pushing vessel-vessel being pushed ahead give. in conditions of Rapid blasts on the bell in the forepart and on restricted visibility ? on the whistle at intervals of one minute. when stopped and not making way through the water. 308 Colreg_Managerial 309 Colreg_Managerial 310 Colreg_Managerial 311 312 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial What shall a vessel of less than 12 metres in length do. towing If a vessel displays theree three balls in a vertical line all-round red lights in a vertical line at night. What sound signals shall a pilot vessel give. of 100 metres or more in lenght. A vessel not under command sounds the same fog signal as a vessel___________. engaged on pilotage duty in conditions of restricted visibility ? 4 short blasts on the whistle at intervals of one Which is the alarm signal in radiotelephony ? A 2-tone bitonal signal. in conditions of restricted visibility. during the day she may . Colreg_Managerial What sound signals shall a vessel at anchor give. in conditions of restricted visibility ? One prolonged blast at intervals of 2 minutes. when stopped and not making way through the water.306 307 Colreg_Managerial What sound signals shall a composite unit.

______________. a sternlight. A vessel displaying three red lights in a vertical line is _________________. a vessel may display. a power-driven vessel underway of less than 7 meters in length where its maximum speed does not exceed 7 knots may show. red lights one all-round white light one all-round white light What lights are required for a single barge being towed alongside? Sidelights and a stern light A power-driven vessel pushing ahead or towing alongside will show sidelights. and _________________ an all-round red light where it can best be see What characteristic must a light a light used to indicate passing intentions have? It must be an alternating red and yellow light What characteristic must a light have if used to signal passing intentions? It must be an all-round white light . in a vertical line._______________ A single vessel being towed alongside shall exhibit ________________ A single vessel being towed alongside shall show ________________ sidelights and a sternlight not under command shown at the bow two all-round red lights in a vertical line three 360grd. At night.313 Colreg_Managerial 314 Colreg_Managerial 315 Colreg_Managerial 316 Colreg_Managerial 317 Colreg_Managerial 318 Colreg_Managerial 319 Colreg_Managerial 320 Colreg_Managerial 321 Colreg_Managerial 322 Colreg_Managerial 323 Colreg_Managerial show________________. as a minimum. A towing light is __________________. A power-driven vessel pushing ahead or towing alongside displays navigation lights and _________________ To indicate that a vessel is constrained by her draft.

329 330 331 Colreg_Managerial 332 Colreg_Managerial 333 334 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial shown below the sternlight A towing light _____________. two towing lights in a vertical line At night. with a maximum speed which does not . MUST show when underway at least _____________. a power-driven sidelights combined in a single latern vessel less than 7 meters in length.324 Colreg_Managerial 325 Colreg_Managerial 326 Colreg_Managerial 327 Colreg_Managerial 328 Colreg_Managerial A light used to signal passing intentions must be an ________________ all-round white or yellow light A light used to signal passing intentions must be an ______________ all-round yellow light only A vessel displaying three red lights in a vertical line is _________________ restricted in her ability to maneuver If at night a vessel displays three all-round red lights in a vertical line.base to base Which dayshape is prescribed for a vessel constrained by her draft? A black diamond Colreg_Managerial A vessel constrained by her draft may display_______________ three all-round red lights instead of the lights _. flashes at regular intervals of 50-70 flashes pe A 20-meter power-driven vessel pushing ahead or towing alongside will display _____________. a power-driven vessel less than 7 meters in length. one white 360 light At night. during the day she may show ________________ two cones. power-driven vessel of her class Colreg_Managerial A towing light is _____________. with a maximum speed which does not exceed 7 knots.

and a red light aground a single white light forward three all-round red lights The time between flashes shall be about five s A black cone. a white light. Colreg_Managerial Which vessel may NOT exhibit two red lights in a vertical line? A vessel constrained by her draft 341 342 Colreg_Managerial 343 344 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial Which statement(s) is (are) TRUE concerning light signals? What dayshape is prescribed for a vessel constrained by her draft? You are on a vessel that cannot comply with the spacing requirement for masthead lights. If you sighted three red lights in a vertical line on another vessel at night. apex upward The vessel must carry only the lights that com the others may be omitted. A 20-meter power-driven vessel pushing ahead or towing alongside will display _____________. In addition to her running lights. may show when underway _____________. A vessel constrained by her draft may display _____________. What is required in this situation? The time between flashes shall be about five s used when the whistle is broken a red light. 335 Colreg_Managerial 336 Colreg_Managerial 337 Colreg_Managerial 338 Colreg_Managerial 339 Colreg_Managerial 340 Colreg_Managerial Which statement is TRUE concerning light signals? The light which may be used with a vessel`s whistle must be _____________. .exceed 7 knots.it would be a vessel _____________. an underway vessel constrained by her draft may carry in a vertical line_____________.

towing vessels pushing ahead Colreg_Managerial How shall a vessel navigate along a narrow channel or fairway ? In the centre of the channel or fairway. Colreg_Managerial How shall a vessel less than 20 m in length or a sailing vessel proceed along a narrow fairway ? As all the other vessels. diamond shape when the length of the tow is 2 Colreg_Managerial Yellow lights are NOT shown by _____________. What shall the traffic To traffic separation schemes adopted by the o separation schemes rule apply to ? . 349 Colreg_Managerial 350 Colreg_Managerial 351 352 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial How shall a vessel engaged in fishing conduct in a narrow channel or The vessel shall not impede the passage of an fairway ? navigating within a narrow channel or fairway What sound signals may a vessel navigating within a channel use.345 346 347 348 Colreg_Managerial A partially submerged object towed by a vessel must show during the day one _____________. when in doubt to the intention of a crossing vessel ? One long blast and two short blasts on the wh What safety precautions shall a vessel nearing a bend of a narrow channel or fairway take ? To sound 5 short blasts.

353 354 355 Colreg_Managerial How shall a vessel join or leave a traffic separation scheme ? At right angles to the general direction of the Colreg_Managerial How shall a vessel cross the traffic lanes when is obliged to do so ? Colreg_Managerial Shall inshore traffic zones be used for the inshore Normally. in conditions of restricted visibility in order to be identified ? 5 short blasts on the whistle. they shall not be used for through t traffic ? vessels of less than 20m in length and sailing 356 Colreg_Managerial 357 358 Colreg_Managerial Colreg_Managerial At a small angle to the general direction of tra small speed. What signals shall a vessel 5 short blasts on the whistle and 5 rapid stroke give to attract attention of another ? . Is anchoring permitted in the traffic separation A vessel shall so far as practicable avoid anch schemes ? separation scheme or in areas near its termina What additional signals shall a pilot vessel give. when engaged on pilotage duty.

. "N. 3 dashes. Shells or hand flares showing a red light.359 Colreg_Managerial 360 Colreg_Managerial 361 Colreg_Managerial What does the term "distress signals" mean ? How shall the distress signals be used ? At what intervals is the "gun or other explosive signal" fired ? The signals given by a vessel in distress. Distress signals are used separately at short in At about one minute." A square flag having above or below it a ball The warning signal of a vessel having the stee order. 3 dots ( S. Colreg_Managerial Which is the distress signal in radiotelegraphy ? 3 dots.C. when fired at short intervals ? A warning signal. ) in the Morse 364 365 Colreg_Managerial 366 Colreg_Managerial 367 Colreg_Managerial 368 Colreg_Managerial 369 Colreg_Managerial Which is the distress signal in radiotelephony ? Which is the distress signal in the international code of signals ? Which signal may be considered a distress signal ? What signal does "flames on the vessel from a burning tar or oil barrel" indicate ? Which signal may be considered as a distress signal ? The word DANGER repeated. 362 Colreg_Managerial 363 Colreg_Managerial What is the significance of a continuous sounding with any fog-signalling apparatus ? A warning signal given by a vessel in fog.S. What signal do the shells or rockets throwing red stars indicate.O.

3 Colreg_Operational 4 Colreg_Operational What does the word "seaplane" mean ? What vessel may be considered as "vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre" ? Colreg_Operational What vessel may be considered as "vessel restricted in her ability to A vessel engaged in towing. The term "vessel restricted in her ability to ma be limited to the vessels quoted in the rules. Slowly and repeatedly moving the arms.370 Colreg_Managerial What signal does "the smoke signal giving off orange-coloured smoke" indicate ? 371 Colreg_Managerial Which is the distress signal given by arms ? Colreg_Operational What vessels do COLREG rules 1983 apply to ? To all vessels navigating in international wate Colreg_Operational What does the word "vessel" mean. maki the head. having the towin manoeuvre" ? M in lenght. A vessel which because of her draught and the navigation obstructions in unable to deviate fr . 5 6 7 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational To what vessel is the term "vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre" limited to ? What does the term "vessel constrained by her draught" mean ? Any aircraft designed to carry out hydrotechn hydrometeorological work. 1 2 A warning signal for an avoiding manoeuvre. according Any watercraft capable of floating on water w to the COLREG rules ? machinery. A vessel engaged in replenishment or transfer provisions or carge while underway.

with a succession of small alte avoid collision be taken ? in order not to deviate from the vessel's cours Colreg_Operational What distance between vessels shall the avoiding action ensure ? A distance of not less than 6 cables shall be en 8 11 12 Colreg_Operational 13 Colreg_Operational 14 15 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational The vessel's length. How shall a vessel The vessel overtaking any other will have prio overtaking any other . when a collision must be Slackening her speed or taking all way off by avoided ? reversing her means of propulsion. How shall vessels engaged in fishing conduct in a They shall conduct as any other vessel and sh traffic separation scheme ? the COLREG rules. Till when shall the effectiveness of an avoiding action be checked ? Untill the vessels shall be abeam one to each o Which is the best manoeuvre to allow more time to asset the situation.Colreg_Operational What does the term "restricted visibility" mean ? Any condition in which visibility is reduced u 9 Colreg_Operational Which are the factors taken into accouunt in determinating the "safe speed" ? 10 Colreg_Operational How shall an action to In ample time. nautical qualities of the v power and the visibility.

keep out of ? Power-driven vessels at high speed. so far as possible a vessel engaged in fishing. 19 Colreg_Operational 20 Colreg_Operational 21 Colreg_Operational When shall a stand-on vessel take action to avoid collision by her manoeuvre alone ? When the vessels are navigating through the s Which vessel's way shall a sailing vessel underway keep out of ? Fish-freezing vessels with high speed.5 degrees aft her beam so that at night able to see only the sternlight of that vessel.conduct ? 16 17 18 Colreg_Operational When shall a vessel be deemed to be overtaking any other ? When coming up with another vessel from a d than 22. Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational Which vessel's way shall a vessel constrained by her draught keep out of ? Vessels restricted in their ability to manoeuvre Which vessel's way shall a Sailing vessels. Colreg_Operational What manoeuvre shall be made when 2 powerdriven vessels are crossing so as to involve risk of The vessel which sees the other on port side s collision ? the way of the other. Colreg_Operational How shall a vessel manoeuvre in doubt as to whether she is overtaking She shall consider herself a privileged vessel another ? her course and speed. when underway. 22 23 . Which vessel's way shall.

What ranges shall the mastlights be visible at for vessels of 50m or more in length ? 5 miles maximum. by day and by night. What range shall the sidelights be visible at for vessels less than 12 metres in length ? 2 nautical miles. for vessels between 20 and 50m in length ? 5 nautical miles. 26 Colreg_Operational What does the word "sternlight" mean ? 27 Colreg_Operational 28 Colreg_Operational 29 Colreg_Operational 30 31 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational A white light placed at the stern of a vessel. What range shall the mastlights be visible at. What range shall the 3 nautical miles. What does the term A light flashing at regular intervals at a freque "flashing light" mean ? per minute. When shall the rules concerning "lights and shapes" complied with ? When underway. towing light be visible at. for vessels of 50 metres or .vessel constrained by her draught keep out of ? 24 Colreg_Operational 25 Colreg_Operational How shall a power-driven vessel navigate in conditions of restricted At a safe speed and her engines ready for imm visibility ? manoeuvre.

if practicab What range shall an allround white light of an inconspicuous. cause it is impracticable to exhibit the lights . partly submerged vessel or object being towed be visible ? 3 nautical miles. What lights shall an inconspicuous. from any sufficient object. of less than 7 metres in length and whose maximum speed does not exceed 7 knots. when her length 5 all-round white lights at the forward end. sidelights than 200 metres ? light. exhibit ? A masthead light. exhibit ? An all-round white light and also. when the length of the tow exceeds 200 metres ? At the fore masthead. What lights shall a powerdriven vessel underway. when the lenght of the tow exceeds 200 metres ? A cone with the apex downward. Where shall the shape of the power-driven vessel underway be placed. less than 50 metres in length. What lights shall a powerdriven vessel of less than 50 metres in length exhibit when towing and the length of the tow is less 2 masthead lights in a vertical line. af exceeds 100 metres and the extremities of her breadth and a light betw her breadth exceeds 25 end and the after end so that the distance betw metres ? shall not exceed 100 metres. a sternlight. partly submerged vessel or object being towed exhibit. sidelights.32 Colreg_Operational 33 Colreg_Operational 34 Colreg_Operational 35 Colreg_Operational 36 Colreg_Operational 37 Colreg_Operational 38 39 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational more in length ? What lights shall a powerdriven vessel underway. What shall a vessel or All possible measures shall be taken to light th object being towed do being towed or at least to indicate the presenc when. What shape shall a powerdriven vessel being towed exhibit.

prescribed by the rules ? 40 Colreg_Operational 41 Colreg_Operational What shall a vessel engaged in towing which is not normally engaged in towing operations do. . when hauling her nets and fishing in close proximity to other vessels engaged in fishing ? 2 red lights in a vertical line. when there is outlying gear extending more than 150 metres horizontally ? A black diamond. when. from any sufficient cause it is impracticable to exhibit the lights prescribed by the rules. a sternlight and an all-round green through the water ? masthead. What additional lights shall a trawler engaged in fishing exhibit. What shapes shall a fishing vessel other than trawling exhibit. What lights shall a sailing vessel underway exhibit ? Sidelights. when making way Sidelights. 42 Colreg_Operational What lights shall a vessel under oars exhibit ? A blue light to be shown at any time. when engaged in towing another vessel in distress She shall navigate with caution the radiotelep or otherwise order to inform the vessels in the area. 43 Colreg_Operational 44 Colreg_Operational 45 Colreg_Operational What lights shall a vessel engaged in trawling exhibit.

What additional lights shall a trawler exhibit. 2 diamonds in a vertical lin side on which another vessel may pass. the highes red and the middle light white. whenever her size makes it impracticable to exhibit all lights and shapes 2 balls in a vertical line indicating the side on obstruction exists. Colreg_Operational What lights shall a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre exhibit.46 Colreg_Operational 47 Colreg_Operational 48 Colreg_Operational What additional lights shall a trawler engaged in fishing exhibit. 3 all-round lights in a vertical line. when engaged in pair trawling in close proximity to other vessel engaged in fishing ? An all-round white light at the masthead. . when fishing in close proximity to other vessel engaged in fishing and when the nets have come fast upon an obstruction ? 2 red lights in a vertical line. when restricted in her ability to manoeuvre ? What shall a vessel engaged in diving operations exhibit. red lights in a vertical line. when at anchor ? The red. What shapes shall a vessel not under command exhibit ? 2 balls or similar shapes in a vertical line. 49 50 51 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational What shapes shall a vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations exhibit. white.

the lower What lights shall a vessel The lights of a vessel at anchor and 2 all-roun aground exhibit ? vertical line. . ? anchorage. What vessels aground shall not be required to exhibit the lights and shapes of a vessel aground ? Vessels of less than 7 metres in length. How shall the green lights of vessels engaged in mineclearance operations One of these lights shall be exhibited near the be exhibited ? and one at each end of the fore yard. When shall vessels of less than 7 metres in length not be required to exhibit the lights of a vessel at anchor When at anchor. the upper being white. but not in a narrow channel. What shape shall a vessel constrained by her draught exhibit ? 2 balls in a vertical line.prescribed for vessels engaged in during operations ? 52 Colreg_Operational 53 Colreg_Operational 54 Colreg_Operational 55 Colreg_Operational 56 Colreg_Operational 57 Colreg_Operational 58 Colreg_Operational 59 Colreg_Operational What lights shall a vessel engaged in mineclearance operations exhibit ? The lights of a vessel not under command. when she is at The lights of a vessel at anchor and 2 all-roun anchor ? vertical line. What lights shall a vessel engaged on pilotage duty exhibit. or where other vessels normally na When shall vessels of less than 7 metres in length not be required to exibit the shapes of a vessel at anchor ? When at anchor in a basin.

at anchor. give ? 2 prolonged blasts followed by one short blas What signal shall a vessel give.60 Colreg_Operational 61 Colreg_Operational 62 Colreg_Operational 63 Colreg_Operational 64 Colreg_Operational 65 Colreg_Operational 66 Colreg_Operational 67 Colreg_Operational 68 Colreg_Operational 69 Colreg_Operational What equipment for sound signals shall a vessel of 12-100 metres in length be provid with ? One whistle at midship. What significance shall the light signal "2 flashes" have. when carrying out her work. if associated with the sound signal ? I am altering my course to starboard. in conditions of restricted visibility ? In or near an area of restricted visibility. What sound signals shall a sailing vessel give. in conditions of restricted Rapid blasts on the bell for 5 seconds precede visibility ? one prolonged blast at intervals of 2 minutes. what signal shall the vessel intending to overtake another on starboard side. in conditions of restricted visibility ? One prolonged blast by hooter at intervals of What sound signals shall a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre give. When in sight of one another in a narrow channel or fairway. . What characteristics shall the light supplementing the sound signals have ? An all-round red light. When shall the sound signals for manoeuvring be given ? In any circumstances. At what interval shall successive light signals be given ? At not less that 10 seconds. when nearing a bend or an area of a channel or fairway where other vessels may be obscured by an intervening obstruction ? One short blast "I am altering my course to sta When shall sound signals be given.

in conditions of restricted visibility ? One prolonged blast and 2 short blasts at inter What sound signals shall a pushing vessel and a vessel being pushed ahead give. in conditions of One prolonged blast followed by 2 short blast restricted visibility ? not more than 2 minutes. when twey are rigidly connected in a composite unit underway ? One prolonged blast at intervals of not more t What sound signals shall a The signals given by a vessel at anchor and. in vessel aground give in immediately before and after the rapid ringing conditions of restricted shall give 3 separate and distinct strokes on th visibility ? she may sound an appropriate whistle signal. which statement is TRUE? You are not to impede the fishing vessel . What sonud signals shall a pilot vessel at anchor give. in conditions of restricted visibility. separated by an in radiotelegraphy ? seconds. if manned. Which is the alarm signal 2 long dashes for 10 seconds. According to Rule 9. when engaged on pilotage duty in conditions of Rapid strokes on the gong for 5 seconds at int restricted visibility ? more than one minute. You are in charge of a 250-meter freight vessel constrained by her draft proceeding down a narrow channel.70 Colreg_Operational 71 Colreg_Operational 72 Colreg_Operational 73 Colreg_Operational 74 Colreg_Operational 75 Colreg_Operational 76 Colreg_Operational What sound signals shall a vessel give when engaged in towing or pushing another. There is a vessel engaged in fishing on your starboard bow half a mile away. What sound signals shall a vessel towed give.

according to the Rules? Colreg_Operational A vessel engaged in fishing while underway s Which statement is TRUE. possible. which A vessel constrained by her draft must keep out of the way . keep out of the way of a vessel restri according to the Rules? to maneuver Colreg_Operational Which statement in TRUE. keep out of the way of a vessel restri according to the Rules? to maneuver 79 80 81 82 Colreg_Operational 83 84 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational A vessel constrained by her draft shall keep ou vessel engaged in fishing A signal of intent must be sounded in international waters by _____________ a vessel meeting another head-on Which vessel shall avoid impeding the safe passage of a vessel constrained by her draft? A vessel not under command Of the vessel listed.”Which statement is true concerning a vessel” “constrained by her draft”? She must be a power-driven vessel 78 Colreg_Operational Which statement is TRUE.77 Colreg_Operational . possible. A vessel not under command shall keep out o according to the Rules? vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver Colreg_Operational A vessel engaged in fishing while underway s Which statement is TRUE.

Another vessel is crossing your course from starboard to port. barges being towed by pushing ahead "Vessel" "A" is overtaking sound two prolonged blasts followed by two s vessel" "B"on open waters and will pass without changing course.85 Colreg_Operational 86 Colreg_Operational 87 Colreg_Operational 88 Colreg_Operational 89 Colreg_Operational 90 91 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational of all the others? Your vessel is crossing a narrow channel. She is showing a black cylinder. You should _______________ Your vessel is constrained by her draft and operating in a narrow channel. Vessel "A" . You are in doubt as to her intentions. According to Rule 9 you _________________ ”Which vessel is NOT” “restricted in her ability to maneuver”? ”Which statement is TRUE concerning a vessel” “constrained by her draft”? hold your course and speed should sound one short blast to indicate that y course and speed A vessel servicing an aid to navigation She is hampered because of her work ”Which statement applies to a vessel” “constrained by her draft”? The term only applies to vessels in narrow cha Lighting requirements in inland waters are different from those for international waters for _____________. A vessel to port is within the channel and crossing your course.

and you are in doubt as to his intentions. According to Rule 9.Your vessel must stay within the channel to be navigated safely. you signal your agreement b two prolonged followed by two short blasts You intend to overtake a vessel in a narrow channel. Another vessel is crossing your course from starboard to port. After the overtaking vessel sounds the proper signal indicating his intention to pass your vessel on your starboard side.92 Colreg_Operational 93 Colreg_Operational 94 Colreg_Operational 95 Colreg_Operational 96 Colreg_Operational 97 Colreg_Operational 98 99 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational should_____________. enganged in mineclearance You are operating a vessel in a narrow channel. It could be any of the following EXCEPT a vessel _____________. and you intend to pass along the vessel`s port side. and you are being overtaken by a vessel astern. How should you signal your intention? Two short blasts followed by two prolonged b "Which vessel is NOT regarded as being" "restricted in her ability to maneuver?" A vessel servicing an aid to navigation Which vessel shall avoid impeding the safe passage of a vessel constrained by her draft? A vessel not under command You are underway in fog and hear a fog signal consisting of one prolonged and two short blasts. may sound the danger signal Which vessel is to keep out of the way of the others? A vessel constrained by her draft "Which statement applies She is severely restricted in her ability to chan . You are underway in a norrow channel.

You are going to hold course and speed. answer with one short blast The light which may be used with a vessel`s whistle is to be _____________. which mustkeep out of the way of all the others? A vessel constrained by her draft A vessel not under command sounds the same fog signal as a vessel _____________. is holding course and speed Two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast on the whistle is a signal which could be sounded by a _____________. used when the whistle is broken Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational A fishing vessel is approaching a vessel not under command. hold course and sound a two blast whistle sign . and the other vessel sounds one short blast. Which statement is TRUE? You are approaching 107 108 the fishing vessel must keep clear of the vesse command.100 Colreg_Operational to a vessel""constrained by her draft?" because of her draft in relation to the available Which vessel would NOT sound a fog signal of one prolonged and two short blasts? A vessel not under command 101 Colreg_Operational 102 Colreg_Operational 103 Colreg_Operational 104 Colreg_Operational 105 Colreg_Operational 106 Colreg_Operational Of the vessels listed. engaged in towing In a crossing situation on international waters. You should _____________. fishing vessel You are in sight of another vessel in a crossing situation. a short blast by the giveway vessel indicates that the vessel _____________.

vessels proceeding in The Government of any state may issue speci convoy and fishing vessels respect to the number of station lights or signa engaged in fishing as a shall. How do COLREG rules interfere with the lights and signals for ships of war. 111 Colreg_Operational What does the term "sailing vesel" mean ? 109 112 Colreg_Operational 113 Colreg_Operational 114 Colreg_Operational 115 116 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational What does the term "vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre" mean ? What vessel may be considered as "vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre" ? What vessel may be considered as "vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre" ? What vessel may be considered as "vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre" ? What does the term "vessel's length" mean ? Any vessel using wind power as means of pro A vessel which from the nature of her work is ability to manoeuvre as required by the rules a unable to keep out of the way of another vesse A vessel with damaged steering gear. A vessel engaged in taking / dropping the pilo Vessel's length between perpendiculars. . A vessel engaged in laying or picking up a sub pipeline. You should _____________. so far as possible.Colreg_Operational another vessel and will pass starboard to starboard without danger if no course changes are made. roasteads and in all waters COLREG rules ? therewith navigable by seagoing vessels. be such that they cann fleet ? for the lights or signals authorized under COL 110 Colreg_Operational When is it permitted to make a departure from the In national waters.

using adequate range scales. Colreg_Operational How shall radar equipment be used if fitted The radar equipment shall be used when the v aboard ? restricted. Colreg_Operational What means shall a vessel Every vessel shall use all available means app use to determine if risk of prevailing circumstances aand conditions to d collision exists ? collision exists. The vessel shall navigate as close as possible separation schemes.117 118 119 120 121 122 123 Colreg_Operational When are 2 vessels deemed to be in sight of one another ? Colreg_Operational When shall a vessel proceed at "safe speed" ? Under conditions of restricted visibility. When the vessels are navigating on opposite c The manoeuvre shall be made in good time. . b does not result another close-quarts situation. how shall it be done ? How shall a vessel navigate within a traffic separation scheme ? When they are watching each other. Colreg_Operational When shall it be deemed that a risk of collision exists ? Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational If alteration of course alone is sufficient to avoid collision. visually.

How shall 2 sailing vessels manoeuvre. Which is the action by The vessel shall keep her course and speed. stand-on vessel ? . when they are approaching one another so as to involve risk of collision and both have the wind on the same The vessel which sees the other on port side s side the way of the other. servicing or picking up of a submarine cable exempted from complying with provisions of the rule regarding navigation in traffic separation schemes ? They are not exempted from complying with When the vessel sees the other ahead and by n When shall the vessel be the masthead lights of the other in a line and/o deemed to have reciprocal and. by day.124 Colreg_Operational 125 Colreg_Operational 126 Colreg_Operational 127 Colreg_Operational 128 129 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational When shall a vessel enter a separation zone or cross When the hydrometeorological conditions ma a separation line ? navigate in the general direction of traffic flow How shall a vessel navigate in areas near the terminations of traffic separation schemes? The vessel shall navigate in the general direct Are the vessels restricted in their ability to manoeuvre when engaged in an operation for the laying. she observes the corresponding a courses ? vessel.

If so. What does the term ' Any white light placed on the mast of a vesse masthead light' mean ? prescribed by the register standards. A vessel which detects by radar alone the presence of another vessel shall determine if a closequarters situation is developing and/or risk of collision exists. if An alteration of course in the opposite directio such action consists of an abeam or abaft the beam. When shall the lights prescribed by these rules From sunrise to sunset. underway. engaged in pilotage o Which vessel's way shall a power-driven vessel underway keep out of ? Fish-carriers. restricted visibility an be also exhibited ? circumstances when it is deemed necessary. so far as possible. Which vessel's way shall. At what speed shall a vessel navigate in conditions of restricted visibility ? At slow speed and look-out forward. Colreg_Operational What safety precautions shall a seaplane on the water take ? 134 135 Colreg_Operational 136 Colreg_Operational 137 Colreg_Operational 138 139 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational She shall keep well clear of all vessels and av their navigation. when underway. When shall the rules concerning shapes be complied with ? By twilight. keep out of ? Fish-carriers underway to the anchorage. a vessel engaged in fishing. . 132 Colreg_Operational 133 Colreg_Operational Which vessel's way shall a power-driven vessel underway keep out of ? Sailing vessels.130 Colreg_Operational 131 Colreg_Operational Which vessel's way shall a power-driven vessel keep out of ? Pilot vessels underway. however. she shall take avoiding actions in ample time.

green or yellow all round light be visible at. for vessels of 50 metres or more in length ? 3 nautical miles. What range shall the sternlight be visible at. for vessels less than 12 metres in length ? 1 nautical mile.The same lights as a power-driven vessel und cushion vessel exhibit. What range shall the white. What range shall the towing light be visible at. for vessels between 12 and 50 metres in length ? 3 nautical miles. What range shall the white. when operating in nondisplacement mode ? .140 Colreg_Operational 141 Colreg_Operational 142 Colreg_Operational 143 Colreg_Operational 144 Colreg_Operational 145 Colreg_Operational 146 147 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational What does the term "all A light showing an unbroken light over an arc round light" mean ? 360 degrees. for vessels of 12 metres or more in length. red. What range shall the sidelights be visible at. red. but less than 50 metres ? 3 nautical miles. green or yellow all round light be visible at. for vessels less than 12m in length ? 3 nautical miles. What range shall the mastlight be visible at. What lights shall an air. for vessels of l2-50 metres in length ? 3 nautical miles.

partly submerged vessel or object less than 25 metres in breadth exhibit. when being towed and the length of the tow exceeds A cone apex upwards at the forward end and a 200 metres ? at the after end. when towing and Instead of the masthead lights forward and aft the length of the tow is lights in a vertical line. . sidelights. What shapes shall an inconspicuous. What lights shall an inconspicuous. this not being the case of a composite unit ? She shall exhibit the sidelights at the forward What lights shall a vessel being towed alongside exhibit ? The masthead lights and a sternlight. She shall have ready at hand an electric torch when her length is less showing a white light which shall be exhibited than 7 metres ? to prevent collision. si unit ? sternlight. partly submerged object or vessel exhibit by day. this not being the case of a composite 2 masthead lights forward in a vertical line. a stern ligh less than 50 metres ? light. Where shall a sailing vessel underway carry the lantern. What shape shall a powerdriven vessel underway exhibit. What lights shall a vessel being pushed ahead exhibit. What lights shall a powerdriven vessel exhibit when pushing ahead or towing alongside.148 Colreg_Operational 149 Colreg_Operational 150 Colreg_Operational 151 Colreg_Operational 152 Colreg_Operational 153 Colreg_Operational 154 Colreg_Operational 155 Colreg_Operational 156 Colreg_Operational What lights shall a powerdriven vessel of more than 50 metres in length exhibit. when the length of the tow exceeds 200 metres ? A diamond. when her length is less than 20 metres ? Anywhere and to be exhibited only if necessa What lights shall a sailing vessel underway exhibit. when being towed ? An all-round white light at the forward end.

2 all-round lights in a vertical line. Sidelights. when at anchor ? What lights shall a powerdriven vessel exhibit. the highest and the low being balls and the middle one a diamond. when there is outlying gear extending more than 150 metres horizontally and is making way through the water ? What additional lights shall a trawler engaged in fishing exhibit when shooting her nets and fishing in close proximity to other vessel engaged in fishing ? What lights shall a vessel not under command exhibit. Sidelights. when making way through the Sidelights. a sternlight and 3 lights in a vertica water ? and the lowest one being red and the middle o 158 163 164 165 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational What shapes shall a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre exhibit.157 Colreg_Operational When shall a vessel engaged in fishing exhibit the prescribed lights and shapes ? In any circumstance. 159 Colreg_Operational 160 Colreg_Operational 161 Colreg_Operational 162 Colreg_Operational What lights shall a fishing vessel other than trawling exhibit. an all-ro the direction of the gear. Two red lights in a vertical line. One ball in the fore part and 3 shapes in a ver they can best be seen. 2 all-round lights in a upper being red and the lower white. white and the lower red. The lights prescribed for power-driven vessel engaged in towing operations. a sternlight. An all-round red light. when making way through the water ? Where shall the red lights of the vessels not under command be placed ? Colreg_Operational What lights shall a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre exhibit. . sidelights and At the foremasthead. other than trawling exhibit. when making way through the water? What lights shall a vessel engaged in fishing.

when engaged in towing operations and restricted in her ability to deviate from her course ? 167 Colreg_Operational 168 Colreg_Operational What shapes shall a power-driven vessel exhibit. when underway ? being white and the lower red. Instead of the shapes of a vessel at anchor. when her length exceeds 50 metres ? An all-round white light at the fore masthead. . 166 169 170 Colreg_Operational 171 Colreg_Operational 172 Colreg_Operational The shapes prescribed for a power-driven ves towing operations. when restricted in her ability to manoeuvre and at anchor ? How shall the balls of vessels engaged in mineclearance operations be exhibited ? Colreg_Operational What lights shall a vessel constrained by her draught The lights prescribed for power-driven vessel exhibit ? additional red light. What lights shall a vessel at anchor exhibit. the vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre e dredging operations. when engaged in towing operations and restricted in her ability to deviate from her course ? What shapes shall a vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations exhibit. Colreg_Operational What lights shall a vessel engaged on pilotage duty Sidelights and 2 all-round lights in a vertical l exhibit. What shapes shall a vessel at anchor exhibit ? One ball in the fore part. In a vertical line.

What signals shall a vessel One prolonged blast and 5 short blasts. but only the gong at the stern. give. when indicating her . What is the duration of one flash. to indicate the manoeuvre being carried out ? By ligth signals. 175 Colreg_Operational What does the word An electronic device capable of producing sho "whistle" mean. when less than 50 metres in length ? The lights of a vessel at anchor. Where shall the shapes and lights of the vessels aground be exhibited ? In the fore part. or both be replaced by other equipment having the same sound characteristics ? Yes.173 Colreg_Operational 174 Colreg_Operational What lights shall a vessel at anchor exhibit. 176 Colreg_Operational 177 Colreg_Operational 178 Colreg_Operational 179 Colreg_Operational 180 Colreg_Operational 181 182 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational What does the term "prolonged" mean ? A blast of from 4 to 6 seconds' duration. May the bell or the gong. when using the manoeuvring light signal ? About one second. Which is the sound signal to indicate the manoeuvre "I am altering my course to port" ? One prollonged blast followed by 2 short blas Which is the sound signal to indicate the manoeuvre "I am operating astern propulsion" ? One prolonged blast followed by 3 short blast What may the sound signals given on the whistle be supplemented by. aboard ? blasts.

in conditions of restricted visibility ? One prolonged warning blast at intervals of on What sound signal shall a vessel not under command give. 185 Colreg_Operational 186 Colreg_Operational What sound signal shall a vessel underway but stopped and making no way through the water give. Colreg_Operational What sound signals shall a fishing vessel at anchor give. 187 188 . which of them shall be used for giving manoeuvring and warning signals ? One of them.183 Colreg_Operational 184 Colreg_Operational agreement to be overtaken ? What light signals may suppliment the sound signals given by a vessel which fails to understand the intentions of another or is in doubt whether sufficient action is being taken by the other to avoid collision ? Successive light signals. If whistles are fitted on the vessel at a distance apart of more than 100 metres. in conditions of One prolonged blast followed by 2 short blast restricted visibility ? not more than 2 minutes. Colreg_Operational What sound signal shall a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre give. in conditions of Ringing the bell rapidly for 5 seconds at interv restricted visibility ? minute. in conditions of restricted One long blast followed by 3 short blasts at in visibility ? minutes.

What sound signals shall a pilot vessel give in conditions of restricted visibility. would sound a whistle signal of_____________. a vessel trying to overtake another on the other vessel`s port side. a powerdriven vessel coming up dead astern of another vessel and altering her course to starboard so as to pass on the starboard side of the vessel ahead would sound_______________. two short blasts In a narrow channel. a restricted visibility ? more than one minute.189 Colreg_Operational 190 Colreg_Operational 191 Colreg_Operational 192 Colreg_Operational 193 Colreg_Operational 194 Colreg_Operational 195 196 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational What sound signals shall a vessel at anchor give. when underway and engaged on pilotage One prolonged blast at intervals of not more t duty ? in addition an identity signal consisting of 4 s On open water. but will pass clear starboard to starboard? One short blast A power-driven vessel leaving a quay or wharf must sound what signal? Three short blasts When two vessels are in a light signal of at least five short and rapid fl . in conditions of Rapid blasts on the bell for about 5 seconds. if her lenght is less than 100 metres. What additional sound signal shall a vessel at anchor give. would be sounded when two vessels are meeting. if any. one short blast What whistle signal. in conditions of restricted visibility to give warning of her position and of the possibility of collision to Signal on the whistle : one short blast followe an approaching vessel ? prolonged blast and then one short blast.

an overtaking vessel which intends to pass on the other vessel`s port side would sound ___________________. alternating red and yellow light While underway and in You must sound three short blasts on the whis sight of another vessel. is sounded by a vessel _______________. Visibility is restricted. minesweeping In a narrow channel. a signal of intent which must be answered by the other vessel. You should _________________ hold course and sound no whistle signal Your vessel is backing out of a slip in a harbor. You hear a fog signal of one prolonged and two short blasts. one prolonged followed by two short blasts When moving from a berth alongside a quay (wharf). a vessel must sound __________ three short blasts You are approaching another vessel and will pass safely starboard to starboard without changing course. You should sound __________________ one prolonged blast only A light used to signal passing intentions must be an _____________. In a narrow channel. It could be any of the following EXCEPT a vessel ______.197 Colreg_Operational 198 Colreg_Operational 199 Colreg_Operational 200 Colreg_Operational 201 Colreg_Operational 202 Colreg_Operational 203 204 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational sight of one another. all of the following signals may be given EXCEPT _________________. meeting another head-on You are underway on the high seas in restricted visibility. you put your engines full .

and one short blast. one prolonged.205 Colreg_Operational 206 Colreg_Operational 207 Colreg_Operational 208 Colreg_Operational 209 Colreg_Operational 210 Colreg_Operational 211 212 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational speed astern. one short. and will pass without changing course. in that order is given by a vessel _____________. Which statement concerning whistle signals is TRUE? Which signal is sounded ONLY by a vessel in sight of another? One short blast on the whistle "Vessel" "A" is overtaking vessel" "B" on open waters as shown. Vessel "A" _____________. an overtaking which intends to PASS on the other vessel`s port side would sound _____________. What is the meaning of this whistle . a light signal of at least five short and rapid fl Which signal is sounded ONLY by a vessel in sight of another and NOT in or near an area of restricted visibility? Four short blasts on the whistle A signal of one prolonged. need not sound any whistle signals Two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast on the whistle is a signal which would be sounded by a vessel _____________. one prolonged followed by two short blasts When two vessels are in sight of one another and NOT in or near an area of restricted visibility.The overtaking vessel has just sounded one short blast on the whistle. overtaking another in a narrow channel In a narrow channel. any of the following signals may be given EXCEPT ____________. engaged on pilotage duty On open water two vessels "I request permission to pass you on my port s are in an overtaking.

After the overtaking vessel sounds the proper signal indicating his intention to pass your vessel on your . This signal means that the vessel _____________. and you are being overtaken by a vessel astern. so as to pass on the power-driven vessel`s port side. stand-on vessel and would sound two short bl Which signal is sounded ONLY when vessels are NOT in sight of each other? A signal of at least five short and rapid blasts You are underway in a one short blast narrow channel. The sailing vessel is the _____________. three short blasts when leaving the slip A whistle signal of one prolonged. is altering course to port Your vessel is backing out of a slip in a harbor and you can see that other vessels are approaching.one prolonged and one short blast. You should sound _____________. at anchor Two power-driven vessels are meeting.213 Colreg_Operational 214 Colreg_Operational 215 Colreg_Operational 216 Colreg_Operational 217 Colreg_Operational 218 219 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational signal? You are in sight of a power-driven vessel that sounds two short blasts of the whistle. "I intend to alter course to port" A sailing vessel is overtaking a power-driven vessel in a narrow channel.is sounded by a vessel _____________. The overtaken vessel will have to more to facilitate passage.one short. A two blast whistle signal by either vessel means _____________.

lakes or inland waterways Nothing in COLREG rules shall interfere with navigable by seagoing special rules. intends to alter course to port You intend to overtake a vessel in a narrow channel. rivers. and you intend to pass along the vessel`s port side.220 Colreg_Operational 221 Colreg_Operational 222 Colreg_Operational 223 Colreg_Operational 224 Colreg_Operational 225 Colreg_Operational 226 Colreg_Operational 227 228 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational starboard side. This signal indicates the vessel _____________. two short blasts from one of the vessels means _____________. you signal your agreement b A vessel sounds one short blast. Vessel "A" _____________. the The compliance with COLREG rules exonera master or the owner master or owner from any responsability. made by an appropriate authorit vessels ? rules shall conform as closely as possible to C When is a vessel. should sound two short blasts When vessels are in sight of one another. How should you signal your intention? No signal is necessary "Vessel "A"is overtaking vessel "B" on open waters and will pass without changing course. This signal indicates the vessel _____________. harbours. intendes to alter course to starboard A vessel sounds two short blasts. . "I am altering my course to starboard" In which case would an overtaking vessel sound a whistle signal of two prolonged followed by one short blast? When obertaking in restricted visibility Under what circumstances would an overtaking vessel sound a whistle signal of two prolonged followed by one short blast? When overtaking in restricted visibility How do COLREG rules interfere with the special rules for roadsteads.

What does the term Any vessel which is not made fast to the shore "vessel underway" mean ? .exonerated from the consequences of any neglect or the neglect of any precaution which may be required by the ordinary practice of seaman ? 229 230 231 Colreg_Operational What does the term "power-driven vessel" mean ? Colreg_Operational What does the term 'vessel engaged in fishing" Any vessel fishing with trolling lines or other mean ? which do not restrict manoeuvrability. Any vessel having serious damages to the stee the main engine. What vessel may be considered as "vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre" ? A vessel engaged in fishing which is going to What vessel may be considered as "vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre" ? A vessel engaged in an abandon-ship drill. Colreg_Operational What does the term "vessel not under command" mean ? 232 Colreg_Operational 233 234 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational The term "power-driven vessel" means any ve machinery.

How shall the alternations of course and/or speed be Small alterations of course and/or speed not to made to avoid collision ? from vessel's course. 238 Colreg_Operational 239 Colreg_Operational 240 241 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational What is the reason for proceeding at a "safe speed" ? Which are the factors taken into accont in determining the "safe speed" additionally. When approaching a very large vessel or a tow approaching a vessel at close range. How shall vessels not They shall use the inshore traffic zones. when an appreciable bearing change is evident ? The minimal passing distance. the use of a pro the elimination of jamming. by vessels with operational radar ? When shall it be deemed that a risk of collision exists. Colreg_Operational Every vessel shall at all times maintain a prop How shall a proper look.sight and hearing as well as by all available m out be maintained in the prevailing circumstances and condition aboard ? full appraisal of the situation and of risk of co Colreg_Operational A vessel shall proceed at a safe speed so that s proper and effective action to avoid collision within a distance appropriate to the prevailing and conditions.235 236 237 Colreg_Operational What does the term "vessel's breadth" mean ? Vessel's greatest breadth. using a traffic separation .

so as to involve risk of Each shall alter courses to port in order to pas collision ? distance. 245 Colreg_Operational Which is the action by given-way vessel ? Colreg_Operational When shall a stand-on vessel take action to avoid collision by her The vessel shall not keep out of the way of an manoeuvre alone ? matter the circumstances. 246 247 248 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational The vessel shall so far as possible take early a action to keep well clear. when navigating on reciprocal or nearly reciprocal courses. 243 Colreg_Operational 244 Colreg_Operational How shall 2 power-driven vessels manoeuvre. Which vessel's way shall a power-driven vessel underway keep out of ? A vessel not under command. so as to involve risk of collision and each has the wind on a different The vessel which has the wind on the port sid side ? the way of the other. Which vessel's way shall a Power-driven vessels with low speed. How shall 2 sailing vessels manoeuvre when they are approaching one another. sailing vessel underway .242 Colreg_Operational scheme navigate ? Which are the vessels exempted from complying with provisions at the rule regarding navigation in traffic separation schemes ? Vessels restricted in their ability to manoeuvre an operation for the maintenance of safety of traffic separation scheme is exempted from co rule.

point out how a vessel shall conduct. She shall. A green light on the starboard side and a red l side each showing an unbroken light over an 'What does the word of 112.249 Colreg_Operational 250 Colreg_Operational 251 Colreg_Operational 252 Colreg_Operational 253 Colreg_Operational 254 Colreg_Operational 255 Colreg_Operational keep out of ? Which vessel's way shall a sailing vessel underway keep out of ? Vessels engaged in fishing. or which She shall reduce her speed to the minimum at cannot avoid a closekept on her course. A vessel which detects by radar alone the presence of another vessel shall determine if a closequarters situation is developing and/or risk of collision exists. Which vessels shall. which hears apparently forward of her beam the fog signal of another vessel. she shall take avoiding action in ample time. tak quarters situation with and in any event navigate with extreme cautio another v collision is over. if such action consists of an An alteration of course to starboard for a vess a beam. however. if the circumstances of the case admit. other than for a vessel being overtaken. if necessary. Except where it has been determined that a risk of collision does not exist. If so.5 degrees and so fixed as to show the "sidelight" mean ? ahead to 22.5 degrees abaft the beam on its re . avoid impeding the safe passage of a vessel constrained by her draught ? Vessels restricted in their ability to manoeuvre To which vessels do the rules of conduct of vessels in restricted visibility Vessels navigating in areas of restricted visibi apply to ? one of them is not in sight of one another. When shall the rules concerning lights be complied with ? By night.

exhibit ? A masthead light. sidelight and a sternlight. for vessels between 12 and 20m in length ? 1 .red. What range shall the mastlights be visible at. for vessels of 50 metres or more in length ? 3 nautical miles.3 masthead lights in a vertical line and a towin driven vessel of less than . What range shall the sternlight be visible at. What range shall the towing light be visible at. What range shall the sternlight be visible at. What lights shall a power.256 Colreg_Operational 257 Colreg_Operational 258 Colreg_Operational 259 Colreg_Operational 260 Colreg_Operational 261 Colreg_Operational 262 Colreg_Operational 263 264 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational What does the term A white light placed above the sternlight used "towing light" mean ? guide. green or yellow all round light be visible at. for vessels of 12-50 metres in length ? 3 nautical miles. while towing. What range shall the white. of 50 metres or more in length. for vessels less than 12 metres in length ? 1 nautical mile.2 nautical miles. What range shall the sidelights be visible at for vessels more than 50 metres in length ? 3 nautical miles. What lights shall a powerdriven vessel underway. for vessels less than l2 metres in length ? 3 nautical miles.

when towing and the length of the tow exceeds 200 metres ? 265 Colreg_Operational 266 Colreg_Operational 267 Colreg_Operational 268 Colreg_Operational 269 Colreg_Operational 270 Colreg_Operational 271 272 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational What lights shall a powerdriven vessel of more than 50 metres in length exhibit. At the foremast head.50 metres in length exhibit. partly submerged vessel or object more than 25 metres in breadth. 4 all-round white lights at the after end. other than inconspicuous vessels or objects ? Where shall the shape of a vessel being towed be placed when the length of the tow exceeds 200 metres ? What lights shall an inconspicuous. when towing and the length of the tow exceeds 200 metres ? What lights shall a pushing vessel and a vessel being pushed ahead exhibit. when they are rigidly connected in a composite unit ? What lights shall the objects or vessels being towed exhibit. partly submerged object or vessel exhibit by day when being towed and the length of the tow is less than 200 metres ? What lights shall a sailing vessel underway exhibit. sidelights The lights of a tugboat with the length of the t metres. Sidelights and a sternlight combined in one la An all-round green light at the top of the mast . when her length is less than 20 metres ? Which are the additional 3 masthead lights in a vertical line. exhibit ? What shape shall an inconspicuous. forwa each side at the extremities of her breadth. A cone apex downwards at the forward end. Masthead lights and a sternlight.

when there is outlying gear extending more than 150 metres horizontally and is not making way through the water ? An all-round green light and a masthead light A shape consisting of 2 cones with their apexe 2 all-round lights in a vertical line. when not making way through the water ? Sidelights and 2 red lights in a vertical line. What lights shall a vessel engaged in trawling exhibit. . when engaged in fishing in close proximity to other A yellow light flashing alternately white equa vessels ? occultation duration. What lights shall a vessel not under command exhibit. the upper b the lower red.273 Colreg_Operational 274 Colreg_Operational 275 Colreg_Operational 276 Colreg_Operational 277 Colreg_Operational 278 Colreg_Operational 279 Colreg_Operational lights a sailing vessel underway may exhibit ? What shape shall a vessel proceeding under sail exhibit. when not engaged in fishing ? The lights and shapes prescribed for a vessel o What additional lights shall vessels engaged in fishing with purse seine gear exhibit. when also being A conical shape forward. an all-round red light in the dire What lights and shapes shall a fishing vessel exhibit. apex downward. when not underway ? What shapes shall a vessel engaged in trawling exhibit ? What lights shall a vessel engaged in fishing other than trawling exhibit. wh propelled by machinery ? seen.

Colreg_Operational What shapes shall a vessel engaged in mineclearance operations exhibit ? The shapes of a vessel not under command. when restricted in her ability to manoeuvre and at anchor ? The lights of a power-driven vessel at anchor. Colreg_Operational What shapes shall a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre exhibit ? 2 black balls in a vertical line. when not making way through 3 lights in a vertical line. 2 all-round green vertical line to indicate the side on which anot pass and the lights of a vessel restricted in her . the highest and the l the water ? and the middle one white. Where shall the lights or Where they can best be seen. What lights shall a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre exhibit. Colreg_Operational What lights shall a vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations exhibit. Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational What do the shapes and lights of vessels engaged in mineclearance That it is dangerous for another vessel to appr operations indicate ? metres of the mineclearance vessel. 282 283 284 285 286 287 2 all-round red lights in a vertical line to indic which the obstruction exists. when restricted in her ability to manoeuvre ? Colreg_Operational What lights shall a vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations exhibit.280 Colreg_Operational 281 Colreg_Operational Where shall the shapes of a vessel not under command be placed ? Forward.

the upper b underway ? lower white. when alighted on the sea ? The lights and shapes prescribed by the rules. What equipment for sound signals shall a vessel of 100 metres or more in length be provided with? A whistle. What equipment for sound Vessels of less than 12 metres in length shall n signals shall a vessel of carry sound signalling appliances.288 Colreg_Operational shapes of the vessels constrained by their draught be exhibited ? What lights shall a vessel engaged on pilotage duty exhibit. 289 Colreg_Operational 290 Colreg_Operational What lights and shapes shall a pilot vessel exhibit when not engaged on pilotage duty ? The lights and shapes prescribed for a pilot ve What is the length of a vessel at anchor which must use the available working or equivalent lights to illuminate her decks ? 75 metres. less than 12 metres in length carry ? . a bell and a gong at the stern. 291 292 293 Colreg_Operational 294 295 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational What does the term "short blast" mean ? A blast of from 2 to 3 seconds' duration. when she is not 2 all-round lights in a vertical line. Colreg_Operational What shapes shall a vessel aground exhibit ? The shapes of a vessel at anchor and 3 balls in Colreg_Operational What ligths and shapes shall a seaplane exhibit.

What sound signals shall One prolonged blast followed by 2 short blast vessels constrained by not more than 2 minutes. What significance shall the light signal"one flash " have. if associated with the sound signal ? I am operating astern propulsion. what signal shall the vessel intending to overtake another on port side produce ? 2 short blasts. if associated with the sound signal ? I am altering my course to starboard. in conditions of restricted visibility ? Only by day in conditions of restricted visibil What sound signal shall a power-driven vessel give. when approaching a bend or obstruction that may obscure another vessel and hearing a prolonged blast ? One short blast "I am altering my course to sta When shall sound signals be given. What significance shall light signal "3 flashes" have. or when in doubt whether sufficient action is being taken by the other to avoid collision ? At least 5 short and rapid blasts on the whistle What signal shall a vessel give. their draught give. What sound signals shall a vessel give when in sight of another and failing to understand the intentions of another.296 Colreg_Operational 297 Colreg_Operational 298 Colreg_Operational 299 Colreg_Operational 300 Colreg_Operational 301 Colreg_Operational 302 Colreg_Operational 303 304 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational Which is the sound signal to indicate the manoeuvre "I am altering my course to starboard" ? One short blast. in . When in sight of one another in a narrow channel or fairwey. when making way through the water in conditions of restricted visibility ? 5 short warning blasts.

307 308 Colreg_Operational 309 Colreg_Operational What shall a vessel of less than 12 metres in length do. engaged on pilotage duty in conditions of restricted visibility ? 4 short blasts on the whistle at intervals of one 310 311 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational Which is the alarm signal in radiotelephony ? A 2-tone bitonal signal. Colreg_Operational What sound signals shall a vessel at anchor give. when stopped and not making way through the water. of 100 metres or more in lenght. in conditions of restricted visibility ? 4 short ( warning ) blasts at intervals of 2 min What sound signals shall a composite unit. in conditions of restricted visibility ? One prolonged blast at intervals of 2 minutes. in conditions of restricted visibility. A vessel not under towing . when stopped and not making way through the water. in conditions of Rapid blasts on the bell in the forepart and on restricted visibility ? on the whistle at intervals of one minute. pushing vessel-vessel being pushed ahead give.conditions of restricted visibility ? 305 Colreg_Operational 306 Colreg_Operational What sound signals shall a fishing vessel underway give. when she cannot give the signals She shall give a sound signal on the whistle co prescribed by the rules ? short blasts at intervals of one minute. What sound signals shall a pilot vessel give.

a sternlight. If a vessel displays theree all-round red lights in a vertical line at night. in a vertical line.312 Colreg_Operational 313 Colreg_Operational 314 Colreg_Operational 315 Colreg_Operational 316 Colreg_Operational 317 Colreg_Operational 318 Colreg_Operational 319 Colreg_Operational 320 Colreg_Operational 321 Colreg_Operational command sounds the same fog signal as a vessel___________. as a minimum. ______________. red lights A single vessel being towed alongside shall exhibit ________________ one all-round white light A single vessel being towed alongside shall show ________________ one all-round white light What lights are required for a single barge being towed alongside? Sidelights and a stern light A power-driven vessel pushing ahead or towing alongside will show sidelights. and _________________ an all-round red light where it can best be see . a vessel may display. not under command A towing light is __________________. shown at the bow A power-driven vessel pushing ahead or towing alongside displays navigation lights and _________________ two all-round red lights in a vertical line To indicate that a vessel is constrained by her draft. during the day she may show________________. three balls in a vertical line At night._______________ three 360grd. a power-driven vessel underway of less than 7 meters in length where its maximum speed does not exceed 7 knots may show. sidelights and a sternlight A vessel displaying three red lights in a vertical line is _________________.

a power-driven one white 360 light vessel less than 7 meters in length. during the day she may show ________________ two cones.base to base Which dayshape is prescribed for a vessel constrained by her draft? A black diamond Colreg_Operational A vessel constrained by her draft may display_______________ three all-round red lights instead of the lights _. 331 Colreg_Operational 332 333 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational 329 shown below the sternlight A towing light _____________. power-driven vessel of her class 330 Colreg_Operational A towing light is _____________. two towing lights in a vertical line At night.322 Colreg_Operational 323 Colreg_Operational 324 Colreg_Operational 325 Colreg_Operational 326 Colreg_Operational 327 Colreg_Operational 328 Colreg_Operational What characteristic must a light a light used to indicate passing intentions have? It must be an alternating red and yellow light What characteristic must a light have if used to signal passing intentions? It must be an all-round white light A light used to signal passing intentions must be an ________________ all-round white or yellow light A light used to signal passing intentions must be an ______________ all-round yellow light only A vessel displaying three red lights in a vertical line is _________________ restricted in her ability to maneuver If at night a vessel displays three all-round red lights in a vertical line. flashes at regular intervals of 50-70 flashes pe A 20-meter power-driven vessel pushing ahead or towing alongside will display _____________. with a maximum speed which does not .

may show when underway _____________. and a red light aground a single white light forward three all-round red lights The time between flashes shall be about five s A black cone. A vessel constrained by her draft may display _____________.it would be a vessel _____________. sidelights combined in a single latern 334 Colreg_Operational 335 Colreg_Operational 336 Colreg_Operational 337 Colreg_Operational 338 Colreg_Operational 339 Colreg_Operational 340 Colreg_Operational Which statement is TRUE concerning light signals? The light which may be used with a vessel`s whistle must be _____________. apex upward . a white light. In addition to her running lights. with a maximum speed which does not exceed 7 knots. A 20-meter power-driven vessel pushing ahead or towing alongside will display _____________. Colreg_Operational Which vessel may NOT exhibit two red lights in a vertical line? A vessel constrained by her draft Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational Which statement(s) is (are) TRUE concerning light signals? What dayshape is 341 342 343 The time between flashes shall be about five s used when the whistle is broken a red light. If you sighted three red lights in a vertical line on another vessel at night. an underway vessel constrained by her draft may carry in a vertical line_____________.exceed 7 knots. a power-driven vessel less than 7 meters in length. MUST show when underway at least _____________. At night.

diamond shape when the length of the tow is 2 Colreg_Operational Yellow lights are NOT shown by _____________.prescribed for a vessel constrained by her draft? 344 345 346 347 348 Colreg_Operational You are on a vessel that cannot comply with the spacing requirement for masthead lights. 349 Colreg_Operational 350 351 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational How shall a vessel engaged in fishing conduct in a narrow channel or The vessel shall not impede the passage of an fairway ? navigating within a narrow channel or fairway What sound signals may a vessel navigating within a channel use. Colreg_Operational How shall a vessel less than 20 m in length or a sailing vessel proceed along a narrow fairway ? As all the other vessels. towing vessels pushing ahead Colreg_Operational How shall a vessel navigate along a narrow channel or fairway ? In the centre of the channel or fairway. shall a vessel nearing a . Colreg_Operational A partially submerged object towed by a vessel must show during the day one _____________. What is The vessel must carry only the lights that com required in this situation? the others may be omitted. when in doubt to the intention of a crossing vessel ? One long blast and two short blasts on the wh What safety precautions To sound 5 short blasts.

What signals shall a vessel 5 short blasts on the whistle and 5 rapid stroke . in conditions of restricted visibility in order to be identified ? 5 short blasts on the whistle. they shall not be used for through t traffic ? vessels of less than 20m in length and sailing 356 Colreg_Operational 357 358 Colreg_Operational Colreg_Operational To traffic separation schemes adopted by the o At a small angle to the general direction of tra small speed.bend of a narrow channel or fairway take ? 352 353 354 355 Colreg_Operational What shall the traffic separation schemes rule apply to ? Colreg_Operational How shall a vessel join or leave a traffic separation scheme ? At right angles to the general direction of the Colreg_Operational How shall a vessel cross the traffic lanes when is obliged to do so ? Colreg_Operational Shall inshore traffic zones be used for the inshore Normally. when engaged on pilotage duty. Is anchoring permitted in the traffic separation A vessel shall so far as practicable avoid anch schemes ? separation scheme or in areas near its termina What additional signals shall a pilot vessel give.

What signal do the shells or rockets throwing red stars indicate. 3 dashes. 364 Colreg_Operational Which is the distress signal in radiotelegraphy ? 3 dots. 362 Colreg_Operational 363 Colreg_Operational What is the significance of a continuous sounding with any fog-signalling apparatus ? A warning signal given by a vessel in fog. 3 dots ( S.C. Which is the distress signal in the international code of signals ? "N. Distress signals are used separately at short in At about one minute." Which signal may be considered a distress signal ? A square flag having above or below it a ball .O. when fired at short intervals ? A warning signal. ) in the Morse 365 Colreg_Operational 366 Colreg_Operational 367 Colreg_Operational Which is the distress signal in radiotelephony ? The word DANGER repeated.S.give to attract attention of another ? 359 Colreg_Operational 360 Colreg_Operational 361 Colreg_Operational What does the term "distress signals" mean ? How shall the distress signals be used ? At what intervals is the "gun or other explosive signal" fired ? The signals given by a vessel in distress.

Slowly and repeatedly moving the arms. 371 1 2 3 4 5 6 Colreg_PilotMaritim Colreg_PilotMaritim Colreg_PilotMaritim Colreg_PilotMaritim What does the word "seaplane" mean ? What vessel may be considered as "vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre" ? What vessel may be considered as "vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre" ? To what vessel is the term "vessel restricted in her The warning signal of a vessel having the stee order.368 Colreg_Operational 369 Colreg_Operational 370 Colreg_Operational What signal does "flames on the vessel from a burning tar or oil barrel" indicate ? Which signal may be considered as a distress signal ? What signal does "the smoke signal giving off orange-coloured smoke" indicate ? Colreg_Operational Which is the distress signal given by arms ? Colreg_PilotMaritim What vessels do COLREG rules 1983 apply to ? To all vessels navigating in international wate Colreg_PilotMaritim What does the word "vessel" mean. maki the head. Shells or hand flares showing a red light. having the towin M in lenght. A vessel engaged in towing. Any aircraft designed to carry out hydrotechn hydrometeorological work. A vessel engaged in replenishment or transfer provisions or carge while underway. A warning signal for an avoiding manoeuvre. The term "vessel restricted in her ability to ma be limited to the vessels quoted in the rules. according Any watercraft capable of floating on water w to the COLREG rules ? machinery. .

ability to manoeuvre" limited to ? Colreg_PilotMaritim What does the term "vessel constrained by her A vessel which because of her draught and the draught" mean ? navigation obstructions in unable to deviate fr Colreg_PilotMaritim What does the term "restricted visibility" mean ? Any condition in which visibility is reduced u 9 Colreg_PilotMaritim Which are the factors taken into accouunt in determinating the "safe speed" ? 10 Colreg_PilotMaritim How shall an action to In ample time. nautical qualities of the v power and the visibility. Till when shall the effectiveness of an avoiding action be checked ? Untill the vessels shall be abeam one to each o Which is the best Slackening her speed or taking all way off by manoeuvre to allow more reversing her means of propulsion. time to asset the situation. when a collision must be . with a succession of small alte avoid collision be taken ? in order not to deviate from the vessel's cours Colreg_PilotMaritim What distance between vessels shall the avoiding action ensure ? A distance of not less than 6 cables shall be en 7 8 11 12 13 Colreg_PilotMaritim Colreg_PilotMaritim The vessel's length.

Power-driven vessels at high speed. Colreg_PilotMaritim How shall a vessel overtaking any other conduct ? The vessel overtaking any other will have prio Colreg_PilotMaritim When shall a vessel be deemed to be overtaking any other ? When coming up with another vessel from a d than 22. Colreg_PilotMaritim How shall a vessel manoeuvre in doubt as to whether she is overtaking She shall consider herself a privileged vessel another ? her course and speed. so far as possible a vessel . Which vessel's way shall.5 degrees aft her beam so that at night able to see only the sternlight of that vessel. 19 Colreg_PilotMaritim 20 21 Colreg_PilotMaritim Colreg_PilotMaritim When shall a stand-on vessel take action to avoid collision by her manoeuvre alone ? When the vessels are navigating through the s Which vessel's way shall a sailing vessel underway keep out of ? Fish-freezing vessels with high speed. Colreg_PilotMaritim What manoeuvre shall be made when 2 powerdriven vessels are crossing so as to involve risk of The vessel which sees the other on port side s collision ? the way of the other.avoided ? 14 15 16 17 18 Colreg_PilotMaritim How shall vessels engaged in fishing conduct in a They shall conduct as any other vessel and sh traffic separation scheme ? the COLREG rules.

What does the term A light flashing at regular intervals at a freque "flashing light" mean ? per minute. for vessels between 20 and 50m in length ? 5 nautical miles. when underway. keep out of ? 22 Colreg_PilotMaritim 23 Colreg_PilotMaritim Which vessel's way shall a vessel constrained by her draught keep out of ? Vessels restricted in their ability to manoeuvre Which vessel's way shall a vessel constrained by her draught keep out of ? Sailing vessels. When shall the rules concerning "lights and shapes" complied with ? When underway. 26 Colreg_PilotMaritim What does the word "sternlight" mean ? 27 Colreg_PilotMaritim 28 Colreg_PilotMaritim 29 Colreg_PilotMaritim A white light placed at the stern of a vessel. by day and by night. What range shall the mastlights be visible at. What ranges shall the mastlights be visible at for vessels of 50m or more in length ? 5 miles maximum.engaged in fishing. . 24 Colreg_PilotMaritim 25 Colreg_PilotMaritim How shall a power-driven vessel navigate in conditions of restricted At a safe speed and her engines ready for imm visibility ? manoeuvre.

if practicab What range shall an allround white light of an inconspicuous. when the lenght of the tow exceeds 200 metres ? A cone with the apex downward. What shape shall a powerdriven vessel being towed exhibit. for vessels of 50 metres or more in length ? 3 nautical miles. What lights shall a powerdriven vessel of less than 50 metres in length exhibit when towing and the length of the tow is less 2 masthead lights in a vertical line. partly the extremities of her breadth and a light betw submerged vessel or end and the after end so that the distance betw object being towed shall not exceed 100 metres. a sternlight. exhibit. What lights shall a powerdriven vessel underway. sidelights. What range shall the towing light be visible at. af inconspicuous. less than 50 metres in length. What lights shall a powerdriven vessel underway. exhibit ? A masthead light. when the length of the tow exceeds 200 metres ? At the fore masthead. sidelights than 200 metres ? light.30 Colreg_PilotMaritim 31 Colreg_PilotMaritim 32 Colreg_PilotMaritim 33 Colreg_PilotMaritim 34 Colreg_PilotMaritim 35 Colreg_PilotMaritim 36 Colreg_PilotMaritim 37 38 Colreg_PilotMaritim Colreg_PilotMaritim What range shall the sidelights be visible at for vessels less than 12 metres in length ? 2 nautical miles. when her length exceeds 100 metres and . of less than 7 metres in length and whose maximum speed does not exceed 7 knots. partly submerged vessel or object being towed be visible ? 3 nautical miles. Where shall the shape of the power-driven vessel underway be placed. exhibit ? An all-round white light and also. What lights shall an 5 all-round white lights at the forward end.

What additional lights shall a trawler engaged in fishing exhibit. when hauling her nets and fishing in close proximity to other vessels engaged in fishing ? 2 red lights in a vertical line. a sternlight and an all-round green through the water ? masthead. when making way Sidelights.39 Colreg_PilotMaritim 40 Colreg_PilotMaritim her breadth exceeds 25 metres ? What shall a vessel or object being towed do when. What additional lights 2 red lights in a vertical line. from any sufficient cause it is impracticable to All possible measures shall be taken to light th exhibit the lights being towed or at least to indicate the presenc prescribed by the rules ? object. when fishing in close proximity to other vessel engaged in fishing and when the nets . What shapes shall a fishing vessel other than trawling exhibit. 41 42 Colreg_PilotMaritim 43 Colreg_PilotMaritim 44 45 Colreg_PilotMaritim Colreg_PilotMaritim What lights shall a vessel engaged in trawling exhibit. shall a trawler engaged in fishing exhibit. What lights shall a sailing vessel underway exhibit ? Sidelights. Colreg_PilotMaritim What lights shall a vessel under oars exhibit ? A blue light to be shown at any time. when there is outlying gear extending more than 150 metres horizontally ? A black diamond.

the highes red and the middle light white. 2 diamonds in a vertical lin side on which another vessel may pass. Colreg_PilotMaritim What lights shall a vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre exhibit. when engaged in pair trawling in close proximity to other vessel engaged in fishing ? An all-round white light at the masthead. 48 49 50 Colreg_PilotMaritim Colreg_PilotMaritim What shapes shall a vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations exhibit. 3 all-round lights in a vertical line. What shapes shall a vessel not under command exhibit ? 2 balls or similar shapes in a vertical line.46 Colreg_PilotMaritim 47 Colreg_PilotMaritim have come fast upon an obstruction ? What additional lights shall a trawler exhibit. when restricted in her ability to manoeuvre ? What shall a vessel engaged in diving operations exhibit. when at anchor ? The red. red lights in a vertical line. . white. whenever her size makes it impracticable to exhibit all lights and shapes prescribed for vessels engaged in during operations ? 2 balls in a vertical line indicating the side on obstruction exists.