12. WATER-SKI HAND SIGNALS:
Water-skiing hand signals let the competent observer and boat operator know:
how to steer the boat.
whether to speed up or slow down.
if the skier is going to do some stunts.
what you want the operator to do or if you are okay.
The marker system helps inform boaters:
which way to travel.
what water hazards exist.
about speed limits and information.
about all of the above.
14. SURVIVAL IN THE WATER:
The body loses heat:
25 times faster in water than it does in the air.
10 times faster in water than it does in the air.
5 times faster in water than it does in the air.
twice as fast in water than it does in the air.
15. RULES OF THE ROAD:
The GIVE-WAY VESSEL (BOAT) is required to:
slow down, stop or when passing (overtaking) to proceed in a safe manner.
to proceed in a safe manner.
16. BOAT TYPES:
This type of boat has a flat bottom or hull and can be powered by a motor or oars.
17. BOATING TERMS:
Stern is the term or direction that is:
the left side of the boat
the back of the boat
the right side of the boat.
the front of the boat.
18. FLOTATION DEVICES:
A throwable flotation device is a:
Type III (3) flotation device
Type II (2) flotation device
Type IV (4) flotation device
Type I (1) flotation device
19. BOAT TERMS:
When someone says they are moving "aft," what do they mean?
They are moving the direction toward the front of the boat.
They are moving next to another boat.
They are moving towards the center of the boat.
They are moving the direction near or at the back of the boat.
20. IN REVIEW, A RULE WORTH REMEMBERING:
The most important rule while on or around the water is:
to always wear your life jacket.
to be polite to other boaters.
to drink plenty of water.
to know as much about boating as possible.