Welcome to your Coxswain Collision Regulations Assessment Online
Student Assessment Instructions
1. This is a closed book Assessment.The video link between the student and the supervisor is to remain on throughout the assessment.
2. All notes, books and mobile phones are to be removed from the table.
3. Mobile phones are to be turned off and not used during the assessment.
4. Students should read each question carefully before answering.
5. All questions are to be answered.
6. No communication is permitted other than with the Assessment Supervisor.
7. No student may leave the room for the duration of the Assessment.
8. When instructed you may commence the Assessment.
9. To pass, you must obtain a 70% or higher mark.
1. Vessels not under command shall display their sidelights and stern light at all times when underway
2. Match the following manoeuvring and warning signals with their meaning: Sound Signal 1. Two short blasts on the whistle2. Five short and rapid blasts3. One short blast on the whistle4. Three short blasts on the whistle Meaning: A. I am altering course to starboardB. I am altering course to port C. I doubt if sufficient action is being taken to avoid collision D. I am operating astern propulsion
3. Match the following signals heard in restricted visibility with their meaning: Sound Signal1. One prolonged and two short blasts on the whistle2. One prolonged blast on the whistle3. Two prolonged blasts on the whistle4. One prolonged and three short blasts on the whistleMeaning:A. Sailing vesselB. Vessel towedC. Power driven vessel underwayD. Power driven vessel underway but not making way
4. Match the day shapes with the appropriate vessel:Vessel: 1. Vessel engaged in trawling2. Vessel at anchor3. Vessel aground4. Vessel not under command5. Vessel constrained by her draftDay shape:A. Two black balls in a vertical lineB. A black cylinderC. One black ball in the fore part of the vesselD. Three black balls in a vertical lineE. Two cones with their points together
5. In restricted visibility a vessel will
6. In restricted visibility a signal of one long followed by two short blasts will be made by:
7. A vessel wanting to overtake another on her starboard side in a narrow channel shall sound the following signal:
8. Which two code signals indicate distress
9. A continuous sounding with any fog signalling apparatus is used to indicate:
10. Which vessel is a ‘vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre’
11. Which one of the following statements is correct?
12. Distress signals may be used
13. When proceeding along a narrow channel vessels should
14. A side light shows a light over an arc of
15. Code flag A is displayed by:
16. A dredge will indicate an obstructed side by
17. You observe a square shape with a ball below it, this indicates
18. A ‘stand on’ vessel is one which
19. A masthead light shows a light over an arc of
20. A sailing vessel shall give way to a power driven vessel when:
21. The term underway means that a vessel is
22. The term ‘sailing vessel’ means a vessel that
23. When two power driven vessels are meeting head on each shall:
24. A Towing light is an orange light having the same characteristics as a stern light
25. A vessel not under command is one which
26. Vessels are deemed to be in sight of one another when
27. Match the following lights with the vessels listedA. Pilot VesselB. Vessel Engaged in Fishing other than TrawlingC. Vessel Not Under CommandD. Vessel Constrained By Her Draught
28. The Lights displayed indicate
29. The lights displayed indicate
30. The lights displayed indicate
31. The lights displayed indicate
32. The lights displayed indicate that a vessel is
33. The lights displayed indicates
34. The lights displayed indicate
35. The lights displayed indicate
36. The lights displayed indicate
37. The lights displayed indicate
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