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What should you do with your float plan for a weekend water outing quizlet?

What should you do with your float plan for a weekend water outing? Mail it to your home address. Stow it with the boat’s registration papers. Fax it to the nearest U.S. Coast Guard station.

What is a requirement for a vessel operating in a narrow channel?

The rules for operating in a narrow channel are found in the Collision Regulations. A vessel in a narrow channel must keep as far to the edge of the channel on the vessel’s starboard (right) side as is safe and practical. You must not anchor in a narrow channel, unless the circumstances require anchoring.

What equipment is required on a 16 foot boat?

All recreational vessels must carry one wearable life jacket for each person on board . Any boat 16 feet and longer (except canoes and kayaks) must also carry one throwable (Type IV) device . Life jackets should be worn at all times when the vessel is under- way .

Is a whistle required on a boat?

Vessels 39 feet 4 inches (12 meters) or more in length are required to carry a whistle and a bell. Visual Distress Signals (Coastal Waters Only): All boats 16 feet or more in length must carry devices aboard at all times.

What object is required on a 15 foot boat?

For boats sized between than 16 ft and 65.6 ft (20m): One approved Type I, II or III PFD for each person on board or being towed on water skis, etc.; and one throwable Type IV device. ( A type V PFD may be used in lieu of any wearable PFD if approved for the activity in which the boat is being used.

What must be installed on a recreational use boat?

Recreational boats must carry Coast Guard approved Personal Flotation Devices, in good and serviceable condition, and of appropriate size for the intended user. Wearable PFDs must be readily accessible, not stowed in bags, locked or closed compartments or have other gear stowed on top of them.

New South Wales (NSW)

  1. Lifejacket – Level 50S or greater.
  2. Anchor and chain/line.
  3. Bilge pump.
  4. Fire extinguisher.
  5. Paddles or oars and rowlocks.
  6. Safety label.
  7. Sound signal.
  8. Waterproof torch.