22. WATER-SKI HAND SIGNALS:
This signal means:
the water is okay.
the speed is okay.
my skis are okay.
Which one of these markers indicates a diver is in the area?
A red flag with a diagonal stripe (diver down flag).
A blue and white flag (code flag alpha).
A red nun buoy.
Both diver down and code flag alpha flags.
24. SURVIVAL IN THE WATER:
When in the water, your body loses more heat than it can replace; you may suffer from a condition known as:
25. RULES OF THE ROAD:
The STAND-ON VESSEL (BOAT) is required to:
avoid a collison.
maintain both course and speed.
maintain both course and speed and to avoid a collison.
slow down when overtaken (passed) by another boat.
26. BOAT TYPES:
Equipped with a steerable nozzle, this type of powered boat has become very popular.
27. BOATING TERMS:
Bow 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.
28. FLOTATION DEVICES:
A near shore buoyant vest or life jacket is considered a:
Type III (3) flotation device
Type II (2) flotation device
Type IV (4) flotation device
Type I (1) flotation device
29. SURVIVAL IN THE WATER:
When your boat overturns or capsizes and you are thrown into the water, what is the best thing to do?
Move away from the boat.
Swim to any visible land.
Stay afloat with the boat.
Move away from the boat and swim to any visible land.
30. AGAIN, 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.