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NAUTICAL NOMENCLATURE

1. What is called a fin?

a) The bridge wings
b) The fore part where it exits the anchor
c) The front of the bow windlass
d) curvature of the side at the aft

2. What is the quality that enables a vessel to stay afloat?

a) Sealing
b) Resistance
c) Buoyancy
d) Stability

3. The part of a ship that is below the waterline is called?

a) hull
b) Plan
c) Work dead
d) Draft

4. What is the length of the boat from stem to stern as the centreline plane?

a) Beam
b) Elevation
c) Length
d) Draft

5. The cable or chain that holds the buoy or beacon for the dead is called:

a) Cane
b) Emergency rope
c) A
d) Coz

6. What is called a bow?

a) Zone which forms the aft ship
b) Area of the boat that set the bow
c) Extension of the keel at the bow
d) Extension of the keel from the stern

7. What is the name of the vessel body formed by the keel, ribs and the shell, regardless of the rigging and motors?

a) Warehouse
b) Hull
c) Bilge
d) stern

8. The holes in the bottom of the rail to the deck drain is called:

a) Strobe
b) Espiche
c) Scuppers
d) Stanchions

9. The ends or tips of a place called:

a) Firm
b) Breast
c) Gathas
d) Chicote

10. The pieces generally of iron, affirmed to the docks to make firm moorings of ships are called:

a) bollards or bollards
b) cleats
c) Boathook
d) Ring

11. How strong is called a cape?

a) The longest part of a rope
b) The diameter
c) The number of strands
d) The material of manufacture

12. How are called the parts of the side of the boat at the stern are converging?

a) Amura
b) Rhodes
c) Fins
d) Bilgewater

13. What are rails?

a) is a piece that serves to drive the wheel by hand.
b) They are pieces of wood, metal or rope used to support them hands when a person moves from side to side and prevent its collapse when the boat moves.
c) The operation of charging a line.
d) It is the piece of wood that covers up the plates that form the side, and which support the deck hands to walk in bad weather.

14. What is called cleats?

a) They are pieces of wood or iron which are fixed to the deck and mushroom-shaped.
b) They are the salient features the top cover of the citadel of some ships.
c) They are pieces of wood or iron that have a T or double T that are placed on deck, and serve to tie up loose ends.
d) They are pieces of wood or iron in the docks.

15. Corridor means:

a) The imaginary line that passes through the center of the ship in the fore aft direction.
b) The imaginary line through the center of the ship in port starboard direction.
c) The imaginary line that divides a partition into two equal parts.
d) The imaginary line that divides the warehouse into two equal parts.

16. How are called the holes through which sea water drains on deck, because of the blows of the sea?

a) Indents.
b) Groer.
c) Scuppers.
d) Speakers.

17. The depth of a boat is:

a) The distance from the waterline to the deck.
b) The distance from the keel to the waterline.
c) The distance from the keel to the top deck.
d) The distance from the deck to the top of the strut superstructure.

18. The topsides of a boat is:

a) The unusable part of the ship by its crew.
b) The part of the boat that goes underwater.
c) The part of the ship that was used as a qualification.
d) The part of town that emerges from the water.

19. What is a pole?

a) It's like a pole with a hook and a tip at its end.
b) It is a cylindrical filling cork or compressed air.
c) a cylindrical piece is buried in the dock for mooring boats.
d) It is the rope that binds the dead with the surface buoy.

20. What type of fund is better grab anchor plow?

a) stone.
b) gravel.
c) seashells.
d) mud.

21. It's called a loop out to:

a) The curvature of the place between the extremes.
b) The loop is done in whip braiding cords on the firm.
c) The knot is done by passing the working end of a rope around the firm and within the breast.
d) The overhand knot around a cock.

22. What's a bollard?

a) a cylindrical piece is affirmed to the deck that is used for mooring ropes.
b) A piece, usually of iron, affirmed to the docks to make firm moorings of ships.
c) solid parts T-shaped enclosure are predicated upon to tie up loose ends.
d) steel castings used to sign on deck to direct the ends in a certain direction.

23. The main dimensions of a ship are:

a) Length, beam and draft.
b) Length, depth and depth.
c) Breadth, Depth and draft.
d) Width, length and depth.

24. In the following definitions are related, point which is not correct.

a) Stability: Property vessels retain their normal position of balance.
b) Draft: Vertical distance between the upper edge of the main deck and the top of the keel.
c) Record Net (TRN): Volume of usable space for cargo and passengers.
d) displacement: Weight of the vessel without any items on board.

SAFETY

1. Then the helmsman that voice to man overboard port side!, The helmsman ...

a) put all the rudder to port
b) put all the starboard rudder
c) It shall be to seek help
d) throw a lifeline to drowning

2. If we hoisted aboard a castaway, what would be the most prudent?

a) You make your way slowly to leeward
b) You make your way slowly to windward
c) You make your way slowly through the nose
d) try to pull up the stern slowly

3. What is the phone number for emergencies at sea?

a) 900 220 022
b) 906 200 002
c) 900 202 202
d) 902 202 202

4. What is the channel VHF distress calls?

a) On 6
b) On 9
c) On 13
d) On 16

5. If the voice of man overboard to starboard helm if we do:

a) Stop immediately machines
b) Put the entire starboard rudder
c) Put all the rudder to port
d) Are certain A, B and C

6. All safety equipment must:

a) Be of quality
b) exist in sufficient numbers
c) Meet the technical standards of approval
d) Being a single use

7. What is it called the oscillating movement of one side to the other, in a boat?

a) Head
b) Sync
c) Destruction
d) Balance

8. In the event of man overboard, in order to separate the wreck propeller, it will stop the engine and rudder:

a) At the opposite side of the fall
b) In the fall the band
c) A pathway
d) Regardless of any band

9. What means of drainage must wear safety equipment on boats dispatched to the navigation D?

a) A bilge pump
b) a manual bilge pump and a sponge
c) None
d) A bailer

10. How is called the metal lined hole practiced in the stern of the inboard motor boats through which the motor shaft?

a) Brooms
b) Escape
c) Bearing
d) Horn

11. In case of bad weather, which of the following items are considered more important for the safety of the ship and its crew?

a) The food
b) Communications equipment
c) Personal effects crew
d) Documentation of the boat

12. If we hear the voice of man overboard starboard What will the reaction of the helmsman?

a) alert the crew
b) Make the ship's horn sounding
c) Put all the rudder to the band's fall
d) Allow the wheel to see where it has dropped the shipwrecked

13. The frequency of channel 16 is:

a) 156.30 MHz
b) 156.8 MHZ
c) 156.45 MHZ
d) 161.6 MHZ

14. What accessories are called to take a boat to hold on and prevent a person falling overboard?

a) Defenses
b) Handrail
c) Cleats
d) rubbing bands

15. When you want to talk to another vessel by VHF:

a) use channel 16
b) use channel 16 to contact and then pass the working channel between vessels (usually 6)
c) use any channel
d) use channel 12

16. The channel VHF is used for emergency calls and security is:

a) 9
b) 12
c) 9 and 16
d) 16

17. How is a boat when bending a band due to the effects of sea, wind, etc..?

a) Apro
b) upright
c) Resume
d) skewed

18. Distress calls should be directed to:

a) A station
b) A vessel
c) ether
d) At the yacht club

19. The frequency of the international distress channel VHF is:

a) 152.8 Mhz
b) 156.8 Mhz
c) 150.8 Mhz
d) 159.8 Mhz

20. How many life jackets, at least, should carry any vessel permitted to sail to 4 miles in any direction from a shelter or beach accessible?

a) Two per person
b) One per person plus a respect for boat
c) One by boat
d) One per person

21. What is the first thing you should do a crew member falls overboard from a boat through the water?

a) separated from the boat
b) Swimming quickly behind the boat
c) Try the boat fuck
d) To the dead

22. Use VHF channel 16 as ...:

a) Call channel to another station, moving to another working channel to convey the message
b) Channel transmission of distress messages
c) Channel emergency messaging and security
d) All are true

23. All coast stations maintain continuous listening at:

a) Channel 9
b) Channel 12
c) Channel 16
d) Channel 20


NAVIGATION

1. A boat swinging when:

a) Drag the bottom anchor
b) Turn around the anchor
c) The bow for the wind
d) You will drift

2. What name is given to the unit of speed used in navigation?

a) Knot
b) Arm
c) Milla
d) Km

3. In bad weather is fundamental:

a) Setting the speed to use less
b) Set the direction to produce more speed
c) Set conveniently course and speed
d) Slowly Maneuvering

4. What main feature must have a ground reference?

a) It should not be fixed
b) Visible from the sea
c) It must be dark
d) Must be near a town

5. What should we consider when making a good leading line?

a) The nearest point to our boat is a buoy
b) The reference points are far apart
c) Take it always bow
d) Are certain A, B and C


REGULATIONS

1. What is called safe speed?

a) A maximum speed of a ship
b) At the rate we are crossing the bow of another vessel
c) A speed that allows us to execute the proper maneuver
d) None of the above

2. How is navigation through narrow channels?

a) By the middle of the channel
b) For the same port speed and giving the prescribed blasts
c) With variable speed according to the draft
d) One of them moderate the machine until the danger passes

3. When two power-driven vessels are in a situation head-on, act:

a) The two rudder to port
b) The windward one that will rule the same
c) The two'll put the helm to starboard
d) One of them moderate the machine until the danger passes

4. To determine the safe speed of a ship, which of these four concepts are not taken into account?

a) The traffic density
b) The depth of the vessel
c) The draft in relation to the available depth of water
d) The maneuverability of the ship

5. A sailing vessel approaching a corner where they can see other ships phonic signal will consists of:

a) One prolonged blast
b) Two long blasts
c) One short blast and a long
d) Six short blasts

6. If circumstances permit, to run maneuvers to avoid collision shall be made:

a) Falling to quickly Er
b) stopping the machine as soon as possible
c) In a clear, well in advance using good seamanship
d) Issuing phonic signal consisting of two short blasts followed by two long

7. If there is any doubt about whether risk of collision exists ...

a) continue to sail safely
b) It is considered that the risk exists
c) the machine will stop until the danger passes
d) to port quickly fall

8. The word whistle means:

a) The whistle of lifejackets
b) The megaphone
c) The fog horn
d) Any device capable of producing the puffs of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions

9. A vessel with restricted maneuverability means that:

a) has a failure in its steering
b) Has a fault in the propulsion system
c) Has your rig failure
d) The nature of their work does not allow you to maneuver as required.

10. A vessel in navigation is that:

a) That it is tied
b) That it is anchored
c) That it is beached
d) Any person who is in the condition resulting from the sum of the three previous

11. Ship without government is one:

a) is in a state of neglect
b) that is funded and unable to maneuver
c) That is unable to maneuver out of the way of another vessel
d) vessel without propulsion system

12. A day without a government ship, carries the most visible and vertical line:

a) Two black cones with the apex downwards
b) Two black cones with the apex upwards
c) Two black balls
d) Three black balls

13. A short blast lasts approximately:

a) Three seconds
b) Four seconds
c) Two seconds
d) A second

14. The light color range is:

a) Red
b) Green
c) Yellow
d) White

15. What lights are required to take a sailing boat

a) Two lights on the stick (red over green), the costs and scope
b) sidelights and top
c) sidelights, and reach top
d) sidelights and scope

16. A A sailing vessel must keep out of the defeat of a vessel engaged in fishing?

a) True
b) False

17. How can we determine that there is risk of collision between two ships?

a) When we see the other ship fil de roda
b) When the distance between the two ships is less than a mile
c) When the marking of the other vessel does not vary appreciably
d) When the distance to another vessel decreases and the dial does not change appreciably

18. When a ship is sailing and motor simultaneously, it is considered for purposes of the Collision Regulations as:

a) Vessel under sail
b) power-driven vessel navigating
c) Vessel motor and sailing sailing
d) Any of the above alternatives is correct

19. Responsibilities between vessels, when two vessels are approaching risk of collision should govern;

a) The vessel sailing to the fishing vessel
b) The fishing vessel sailing ship
c) The vessel with restricted maneuverability to the fishing vessel
d) The vessel with restricted maneuverability to another constrained by her draft

20. A vessel aground length of less than 12 m. must show:

a) Two balls in a vertical line
b) Three balls in a vertical line
c) A diamond shape sign
d) None

21. According to the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, a sailing vessel is:

a) Each ship has sails
b) A sailing vessel
c) A vessel under sail and if you are not using your machine
d) A vessel under sail but also with his machine go up

22. If there is another vessel in navigation that does not vary its delay or bearing and approach is:

a) That the other is stopped
b) That there is risk of collision
c) going the same direction
d) To go to opposite direction to our

23. In a narrow channel the ship under sail:

a) will have preference and must be maneuvered
b) You will have to maneuver in the cases provided for in the open sea as
c) You will need to handle larger ships to all that he
d) not impede the passage of vessels may only do so by the narrow channel

24. In a channel when a ship makes two long blasts followed by a short means:
a) I fall to starboard then to port
b) to depart from the way of another vessel
c) I intend to overtake you on your starboard side
d) I intend to overtake you on your port side

25. Side lights green or red cover an arc of the horizon:

a) 112.5 °
b) 112 º
c) 135 º
d) 22.5 º

26. Between two power-driven vessel in head-on situation, the movement is:

a) the higher-speed maneuver
b) the slowest maneuver
c) The two fall to starboard
d) The two fall to port

27. A hovercraft, show the following navigation lights:

a) Tops, sides and scope
b) Tops, sides, range and all-round flashing orange light
c) Tops, sides, range and all-round flashing yellow light
d) Tops, sides, range and all-round white light flashing

28. The power-driven vessels less than 12m in length., See the following navigation lights:

a) A round white light
b) A white light top, sides and scope
c) A round white light and sidelights
d) A lantern tricolor green-white-red

29. A sailing vessel sailing at night more than 20 meters we recognize the following lights to bring in the same vertical line

a) Red and green
b) Red and white
c) Green and red
d) White and red

30. It is considered that there is risk of collision when ...:

a) The delay is constant and the distance to another ship decreases
b) The delay and the distance to another ship decrease
c) The delay increases and the distance to another ship decreases
d) The delay decreases and the distance to another vessel is constant

31. If space allows, the best maneuver to avoid collision, is:
a) Stop the machine
b) Increase the speed and direction to follow
c) Slow down and follow direction
d) Make a significant reversal

32. When two power-driven vessels, are in the crossing situation, the movement is:
a) Maneuver who sees the other boat to port
b) Maneuver who sees the other boat to starboard
c) The two fall to port
d) The two fall to starboard

33. Mechanically propelled vessels of length less than 7 m. show:

a) A round white light and the range
b) A white light lamp cap and a red-green bicolor
c) A round white light and if possible sidelights
d) A lantern tricolor green-white-red

34. A power-driven vessel in navigation, shall keep out of the way of:
a) A warship
b) A sailing vessel
c) Other power-driven vessel
d) A fishing vessel in navigation

35. A sailing vessel in navigation, shall keep out of the way of:

a) A vessel engaged in fishing
b) A fishing vessel in navigation
c) A power-driven vessel
d) A warship

36. Rules concerning shapes shall be complied with:
a) By day
b) Under conditions of poor visibility
c) At night
d) If the master considers necessary

37. The sector of the masthead light is

a) 250 º
b) 225 º
c) 200 º
d) 245 º

38. In addition to sidelights and stern light, sailing vessels in navigation, will display at the top of the mast, two round lights in a vertical line:

a) Green upper and the lower red
b) Red upper and the lower green
c) Red upper and lower white
d) Green upper and lower white

39. A ship under sail when also being propelled by machinery shall exhibit forward:

a) A conical shape, apex downwards
b) A conical shape, apex upwards
c) A ball mark
d) a diamond shape

40. A vessel not under command shall exhibit by day:

a) Two brands united by its apex conical
b) Two black balls
c) A cylinder
d) Two conical shape at its base together

BEACON

1. A shipwreck, when both bands can be left, will be indicated at night by:

a) odd number of white flashes
b) Number two white flashes
c) white light occulting
d) Steady green

2. When entering a port of the Region A (our country), we find the following lights of buoys:

a) White and red starboard to port
b) Red and green starboard to port
c) Red and white starboard to port
d) Red green port and starboard

3. If, sailing, we have a brand horizontal stripes, black and red with two black spheres in a vertical line stop, we understand that is:

a) Isolated Danger
b) navigable waters
c) Mark cardinal to quit as east as possible
d) Make side to stop by our starboard

4. We leave port on the Catalan coast and see a green marker with a conical shape at the top, what hand we leave?

a) A port
b) A starboard
c) It makes no
d) There is no such beacon

5. The isolated danger mark buoy is shaped headgear or spar, usually with one or more horizontal broad bands, red and black, whose brand of cap is:

a) Two black cones joined at their base
b) Two black diamonds connected by a diagonal
c) Two superimposed black dials
d) Two black cones with their apexes

6. The buoy according to their shape, can be:

a) Cylindrical and conical
b) In the form of headgear
c) spar
d) All of the above
LEGISLATION

1. It is not permitted as a general rule to navigate to a distance of less than 200 m. from the beaches to recreational craft:

a) Have a length of over 25 meters
b) have outboard propulsion system
c) develop faster than 3 knots
d) All are false

2. The Port Police Regulations requires, in the docking maneuver to a dock, to:
a) Tie a bow with two long and two aft
b) Tie two long and two springs
c) Place the band defenses docking
d) Put flank defenses by both sides

3. Port takes precedence:
a) A ship which enters
b) The ship moors
c) The ship leaves
d) A ship which enters with practical

4. In the Mediterranean is allowed to throw water bottles and cans:

a) More than 10 miles offshore if beach
b) More than 10 miles from the coast if cliff
c) More than 15 miles of beaches and cliffs
d) is not allowed

5. The channels are they marked for the exclusive use of owners of the concession?

a) In effect, they are just for them
b) No, on a beach marked out, all boaters are required to enter and exit through the channel
c) Depends on location
d) No, provided the vessels are less than 9 meters

6. Among the ports:
a) You can always anchor
b) You can not anchor
c) You can fund, providing that you are ready to collect chain
d) You can anchor in permitted areas

7. At that speed you can go inside the ports and access channels:

a) Three knots
b) A safe speed
c) A speed brake
d) Five knots
MECHANICAL PROPULSION

1. In the maintenance of your boat batteries What do you never do?

a) Add distilled water
b) adding sulfuric acid to the electrolyte
c) Cover the terminals with petroleum jelly
d) Put in a dry place and away from fuel tank

2. What precaution should be taken, among others, before starting the engine?

a) We must have enough fresh water on board
b) Check the temperature of sea water
c) Check the fuel temperature
d) The engine must not be in gear

3. The main function of the thrust bearing is:

a) Traction Cushion
b) Push the propeller
c) Move the axis
d) Turn the clutch

4. What should we do with an outboard motor we plan not to use over a long period of time?

a) Disconnect the battery and fill the tanks
b) Clean the cooling system with fresh water and disconnect the battery
c) Increase the percentage of fuel oil
d) cover with a tarp and close the choke

5. How do you call the engines installed in the transom with tabs and screws are out of the boats?

a) Intrafueraborda
b) Inboard
c) Interior
d) Outboard

6. Outboard motors are cooled with water, but where did they take?

a) a fresh water tank built
b) The environment in which browsing
c) They sealed refrigeration circuit
d) Radiator

7. What is the most appropriate cooling temperature for the proper functioning of the engine?

a) 250 º
b) 30 º
c) 85 º
d) 22 º

8. What should we do when sailing to cruising speed, an alarm is activated the engine?

a) slow down and if necessary, stop the engine
b) Increase the speed to clear
c) Wait three minutes to see if it is disabled
d) Moderate speed and continue until reaching port

9. Where the propeller is mounted on the rudder outboard engines?

a) A bow rudder
b) A stern rudder
c) do not carry the outboard rudder
d) A forward or aft of the helm, either

10. The marine engine cooling is usually done:

a) By air
b) Using a pump
c) Using a pump operated automatically or manually
d) Water and in some cases air

11. The kinds of engines commonly used in recreational boats are:

a) Borda, extraborda; inboard
b) Borda, inboard, conventional
c) Borda-overboard, inboard, interior
d) sterndrive, outboard, interior

12. A loss of fuel system pressure may be indicated by:

a) clearances in the oil pump
b) Clogged fuel filter
c) Faulty water pump
d) loose terminals

13. It is known that outboard motor that:

a) is far removed from the fuel tank
b) is attached to the fuel tank
c) is located at the stern of the boat mirror
d) Works only premium gasoline

14. What is indispensable instrument of control for the number of revolutions of the engine?

a) Voltmeter
b) Pressure gauge
c) Pyrometer
d) Tachometer

15. The cooling water in the engine serves to:

a) Warm up the engine
b) motor Oxidize
c) Remove the heat
d) Wash the engine

16. How is the grease in the two-stroke engines?

a) mixing the oil with gasoline
b) By the oil pump
c) With the air tank that has
d) Using a hand-held oil

17. Which of these statements is correct regarding the inboard?

a) Allows up the tail of the helix
b) The motor shaft passes through the hull of the boat
c) The same motor and steering it offers great maneuverability
d) You can easily insert and remove

18. The operation of the reversible-pitch propeller can be:

a) Manual or hydraulic
b) Manual or electric
c) Hydraulic or electric
d) None of the above is correct

19. If we observe that the oil has become too fluid must:

a) Add a consistent
b) Replace
c) Remove air from the oil circuit
d) to purge out the least consistent

20. What kind of engine problem accounts for sealing lost when passing through the hull of the propeller shaft and rudder stock?:

a) Outboard Engines
b) intra-outboard motors
c) Internal Engine
d) The three answers may be correct

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