RNZYS Level 2 Cruising - Kawau

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* 1. Your details

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You are entering a port in New Zealand, on which side of your vessel should this buoy be? 

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* 3. A very large vessel blows its horn five times, what does this mean and what should you do?

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* 4. Factors that affect the recovery procedure include………

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* 6. A trip report can be done via VHF or the NZ Coastguard App and should include………..(select all that apply)

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* 7. A vessel coming straight towards you blows its horn once, what does this mean?

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* 8. Better to avoid a MOD situation, a Tether and Jack lines can help.

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* 10. Gybing should be avoided during the MOB procedure.

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* 11. Power gives way to sail.

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* 12. PLB stands for Personal Locator Beacon

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* 13. Before setting sail you should check the weather forecast..... (select all that apply)

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* 14. AIS stands for Artificial Intelligence System

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* 17. Knowing how to use a paper chart is not necessary if you have a chart plotter.

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* 18. We give way to vessels on our right, at night we would see their portside (red light)

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You are leaving a port in New Zealand, on which side of your vessel should this buoy be?

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Which way will you turn your vessel?

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* 21. We can stop when going down wind.

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* 22. To get someone back on board we can use………..(select all that apply)

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* 23. The flashing sequence for a keep east cardinal mark is...

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* 24. What are the colours  for a keep west cardinal mark is...

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* 26. A vessel coming straight towards you blows its horn once, what should you do?

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