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INDICATIVE EXAM QUESTIONS

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1. The fishing with a speargun in the area of ​​the Central Port Authority of Piraeus is forbidden:

 
 
 

2. The nautical mile is unit of measurement:

 
 
 

3. Node is unit of measurement:

 
 
 

4. Draft is:

 
 
 

5. Depth is:

 
 
 

6. Leeward side (Stavento) is:

 
 
 

7. Portolana is:

 
 
 

8. Geographical Coordinates of a point are:

 
 
 

9. A nautical mile at sea is equal:

 
 
 

10. Nautical Diabetes (Compass ) is:

 
 
 

11. Width scale is:

 
 
 

12. Scale length is:

 
 
 

13. Where is the distance measured?

 
 
 

14. Geographical position is:

 
 
 

15. Knowledge of the weather forecast applicable to the area of ​​cruise is considered as:

 
 
 

16. The primary cause of the wind is:

 
 
 

17. Tramountana is the wind:

 
 
 

18. Sorocos is wind:

 
 
 

19. Garbis is wind:

 
 
 

20. Gregos is wind:

 
 
 

21. The 5 Beaufort scale is:

 
 
 

22. The 6 Beaufort scale is:

 
 
 

23. At 5 Beaufort the potential wave height is:

 
 
 

24. Before departure, we affirm:

 
 
 

25. Where is not recommended anchoring?

 
 
 

26. The floating anchor is recommended:

 
 
 

27. At 5 meters depth the length of the anchor rope must be at least:

 
 
 

28. At 12 meters depth, the length of the anchor rope must be at least:

 
 
 

29. In case of doubt the risk of conflict will be considered:

 
 
 

30. Beacons or lamps or lanterns are usefull:

 
 
 

31. When the beacon emits red light:

 
 
 

32. At the entrance of the port, the green lamp shall be placed:

 
 
 

33. An outboard engine must undergo a first check (service):

 
 
 

34. In the case of a machine not used for a short time:

 
 
 

35. Do I fill the fuel tank full of fuel?

 
 
 

36. On two-stroke outboard motors:

 
 
 

37. Engine thump (slow motion of the boat despite the engine running at full speed) is due to:

 
 
 

38. Increasing and decreasing engine RPM during operation are usually shown:

 
 
 

39. The use of emergency lighting and smoke signals shall be:

 
 
 

40. If during the voyage the weather deteriorates, the operator must:

 
 
 

41. For the safe boarding of small craft:

 
 
 

42. During the voyage:

 
 
 

43. When we sail with our vessel in a channel or at the port entrance:

 
 
 

44. When we drive our boat behind boats that pull skiers

 
 
 

45. When we are on board with our ship in a waterway or corridor:

 
 
 

46. When approaching to a berth, the operator shall:

 
 
 

47. If during the voyage the weather begins to slowly or suddenly deteriorate, in addition to other actions, the operator must:

 
 
 

48. If during the voyage the weather suddenly begins to deteriorate, the operator must:

 
 
 

49. If our boat comes into danger from a problem, what do we do:

 
 
 

50. If you have a VHF or a radiotelephone on board and you are in a state of emergency or danger:

 
 
 

51. Those handling high-speed craft shall:

 
 
 

52. Owners of high-speed craft shall:

 
 
 

53. Owners of high-speed craft shall:

 
 
 

54. The circulation of HOVERCRAFT marine mopeds is prohibited:

 
 
 

55. When we are going to disembark from a bay, the operator must:

 
 
 

56. The movement of high speed boats, excluding HOVERCRAFT and jet-skis, is prohibited:

 
 
 

57. When launching a boat from a ramp, a slide, located near a beach:

 
 
 

58. Temporary deprivation of the driving license is:

 
 
 

59. In the event that a speedboat operator is responsible for an accident at the expense of another vessel or person, he shall:

 
 
 

60. The International Regulations for the Prevention of crash at Sea (IRPC) apply:

 
 
 

61. The International Regulations for the Prevention of crash at Sea (IRPC) apply:

 
 
 

62. The person handling a high-speed craft shall know:

 
 
 

63. The International Regulations for the Prevention of crash at Sea (IRPC) apply:

 
 
 

64. The term sailboat means:

 
 
 

65. The term “Boat engaged in fishing ” means:

 
 
 

66. The term “unmaneuverable ship” means

 
 
 

67. The term in course means:

 
 
 

68. The term ‘’ aground ship” means:

 
 
 

69. Anchored Ship means:

 
 
 

70. Each ship shall at all times:

 
 
 

71. Any handling to avoid a collision must be in accordance with the circumstances of the case:

 
 
 

72. Any change of course or speed change attempted to avoid a collision must be:

 
 
 

73. Ships required to cross a lane of maritime traffic?

 
 
 

74. Every ship arriving at another ship shall:

 
 
 

75. Where two motor-powered ships meeting each other at opposite or near-opposite routes in such a way that there is a risk of collision, they shall:

 
 
 

76. When two motorized vessels cross their pathways and there is a risk of collision, they shall:

 
 
 

77. Every sailing ship will move away from the course:

 
 
 

78. A vessel engaged in fishing will move away from the course:

 
 
 

79. The lamps of the ships shall be lit:

 
 
 

80. The headlamp is:

 
 
 

81. Side lamps are:

 
 
 

82. The crown lamp is:

 
 
 

83. The towing lamp is:

 
 
 

84. An overlooked lamp is:

 
 
 

85. The flashing lamp shall be used:

 
 
 

86. A motor boat of less than 50 meters in length when traveling must show:

 
 
 

87. A motorized vessel of more than 50 meters in length when traveling must show:

 
 
 

88. A motor boat of less than 7 meters in length and not exceeding 7 knots shall show at night:

 
 
 

89. A motorized vessel which tows at night shall display the following lamps:

 
 
 

90. A towing boat shall show at night:

 
 
 

91. A sailing ship shall display the following lamps at night:

 
 
 

92. A fishing  boat when fishing with a trawl shall carry the following lamps at night with a length not exceeding 50 meters and moving:

 
 
 

93. A fishing boat when fishing with cycled nets shall operate at night and shall show the following lamps:

 
 
 

94. Anchored ship shall show at night:

 
 
 

95. An aground boat of more than 50 meters in length carries the following lamps at night:

 
 
 

96. An unmaneuverable vessel must show at night:

 
 
 

97. An anchored ship shall carry during the day:

 
 
 

98. A towing vessel to tow shall during the day carry:

 
 
 

99. An aground ship shall carry during the day:

 
 
 

100. An anmanueverable vessel must carry during the day:

 
 
 

101. A fishing vessel  when fishing with (or absent) seine shall carry out on day:

 
 
 

102. A long whistle the one that lasts:

 
 
 

103. Short whistle is the one that lasts:

 
 
 

104. A short whistle means:

 
 
 

105. Three short whistles mean:

 
 
 

106. Five short whistles mean:

 
 
 

107. The smoke alarm has a color:

 
 
 

108. The danger signal emitted by the radiotelephone or VHF consists of:

 
 
 

109. In any case, the ship which is obliged under IRPC to move away from the course of another ship must:

 
 
 

110. The firing of emergency lighting signals shall be:

 
 
 

111. If there is a problem during the day and the ship is in a state of emergency or danger, we shall call on other ships or people onshore:

 
 
 

112. If there is a problem during the night and the ship is in a state of emergency or danger, we are calling on other ships or people onshore:

 
 
 


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