Power Boats Test

  1. When operating a tiller-steered fishing boat, it is important to:

  2. How many wearable, properly-fitted Coast Guard approved life jackets should be on board your boat?

  3. A boat should always be anchored from which section?

  4. Which of the following is an example of safe and responsible boating behavior?

  5. As a motor-boat or power-driven boat operator, it is your responsibility to yield to the following types of boats:

  6. When should children wear life jackets on board your boat?

  7. What is the universal sign for danger or need for assistance?

  8. When operating a wheel-steered boat for fishing, which of the following statements are false:

  9. When operating a boat, when should you have your appointed lookouts in place?

  10. When can a passenger safely enter the boat’s “awareness zone,” (front, sides, rear, swim platform, and 30 feet of water around boat)?

  11. What should you do if you fall into cold water to reduce risk of hypothermia?

  12. Which of the following statements is false? When operating a runabout boat, hazards are most often related to:

  13. Most collisions on a boat happen as a result of:

  14. What is the single best practice to prevent drowning?

  15. When operating a houseboat, which of the following statements is false?

  16. Which of the following statements regarding tow sport safety is incorrect?

  17. You are required to display lights on your boat in the following conditions:

  18. When operating a pontoon boat, which of the following statements is accurate?

  19. Which of the following statements are true regarding onboard safety?

  20. Ultimately, boating safety depends primarily on:

  21. All boaters' number one goal should be:

  22. Too much weight or uneven distribution of weight on your boat:

  23. The rule, “Boat it in, Boat it out” refers to:

  24. If possible, if another boat is coming at you head on, you should:

  25. If you are unsure about local navigation and laws, you should: