1. What sailboat manuever causes it to become the giveway vessel to a power vessel?
2. When is a sailboat considered a power boat?
3. Name two NJ saltwater waterways where PWC's are barred from ever enterring?
4. What are the speed limits for Raritan Bay, Lake Hopatcong, and Greenwood Lake ( NJ & NY halves)?
5. What side of the vessel is the green running light on?
6. Typical NJ weather patterns come from what direction?
7. What is the desired tongue weight of your trailer?
8. Are compasses and charts required on vessels in NJ or NY waters?
9. What is the minimum sized vessel where a VHF radio is required?
10. What is the term for the vessel required to avoid collisions with another vessel?
11. What do five or six short horn blasts or whistle toots mean?
12. Are all vessels, canoes, kayaks, PWC's less than 39' required to have a sound producing device?
13. What vessel uses a steady blue light to indicate it's identity?
14. On an outboard powered 20 foot boat, how long do you run the bilge blowers?
A1.... a sailboat becomes the give-way vessel when it is overtaking a power boat
A2.... a sailboat is considered a power boat when its engine is on. Prop does not have to turn.
A3.... PWC's are barred from the Pt. Pleasant and Cape May canals.
A4.... Raritan Bay has no poosted limits. Lakes have several different limits based on date and time of day.
A5..... the green running light on on the starboard(right) side.
A6..... weather usually comes from west to east.
A7..... 5 to 10% of the total weights of both boat & trailer
A8..... No. A good idea but not required
A9.... 65' or greater.
A10.. term is all vessels... operators are never relieved of the duty to avoid collisions.
A11.. means grave danger or manuevering uncertainty... immediately determine why... is it aimed at you?
A12.. yes... either a horn or a whistle than can be heard at least a 1/2 mile away
A13.. beats me. A blue BLINKING light is law enforcement.
A14... there is NO bilge blower on outboard powered boats.