Rules and Regulations - Pages 5 to 25

The Recreational Skippers Ticket entitles you to be the skipper of what sort of vessels? (page 5)

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When can you skipper a registrable recreational vessel without having a recreational skippers ticket? (page 5)

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3. What is the minimum age to hold a Recreational Skippers Ticket? (page 5)

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Recreational skippers ticket holders aged between 14 and 16 are subject to what restriction? (page 5)

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If you commit an offence against the Marine safety rules and regulations what sort of penalty can be applied? (page 11)

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When driving a power boat in shallow waters with a depth of less than 3 meters what is the maximum speed at which you are allowed to travel? (page 12)

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What is the maximum speed within 45 meters of a moored vessel? (page 12)

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What is the maximum speed limit when travelling within 45 meters of a jetty, harbour wall, river-bank, shoreline or low water mark? (page 12)

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When driving a power vessel at a speed of over 8 knots what is the minimum distance you must keep from another vessel that is underway? (page 12)

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You must travel at a speed of 8 knots or less if you are within what distance of a person in the water? (page 12)

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Under what circumstances are you required to report a boating accident to the Department of Transport? (page 12)

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As a skipper of a vessel you have a serious legal obligation to assist any people or vessels that are in distress. The circumstances where you would be excused from lending assistance include: (page 12)

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When operating a vessel less than 3.75 meters in length what is the maximum distance you are allowed to travel from the mainland shore? (page 12)

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How many boats can tie up to 1 mooring at one time? (page 11)

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15. Floats, buoys and lines from crab nets and cray pots can cause a dangerous obstruction to vessels. It is prohibited to put crab nets, cray pots or any buoys, floats and lines in any: (page 12)

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Anchoring can cause damage to the underwater environment. To avoid damage to the seabed it is best to anchor in: (page 14)

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When a vessel is underway which of the Following is true: (page 13)

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If 2 powerboats are leaving the same jetty at the same time, which vessel has right of way? (page 13)

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When 2 powerboats approach the same jetty from the same direction, which of the following is true? (page 13)

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If 2 powerboats are approaching the same public jetty, one vessel is travelling upstream and the other vessel is travelling downstream, which vessel has right of way? (page 13)

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If there is a spill of oil or fuel or any other type of pollution, who should you report pollution to? (page 15)

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Checking your bilge is clean and dry is an important part of good maintenance and can help to prevent pollution. One of the most important reasons to keep your bilge clean and dry is: (page 15)

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Which of the following is true? (page 15)

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Under Western Australian law what types of vessels are required to be registered? (page 16)

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Which of these vessels is not required to be registered? (page 16)

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All registered recreational vessels are required to display a current registration label. Where should the registration label be placed? (page 16)

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Registration numbers are used to identify a vessel. On a powerboat where should registration numbers be displayed? (page 16)

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A tender is a small boat used to tend to a bigger boat. What registration markings must a tender display? (page 16)

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Divers are required to display a diving flag whilst diving. What are the colours of a diving flag? (page 17)

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What signal must a diver display when diving at night without a vessel? (page 17)

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When water skiing, the driver of the water-skiing vessel must: (page 20)

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When water-skiing you must have a suitable observer on board. Which of these best describes the job of the observer? (page 20)

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A vessel engaged in water-skiing is required to have a suitable observer on board, what is the minimum age for an observer on a ski boat? (page 20)

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A water-skiing vessel is approaching the shore to land a water skier another vessel is about to take off with a skier, who has right of way? (page 21)

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A vessel towing a water skier must keep a safe distance behind another skier. What is the minimum safe distance behind another skier? (page 21)

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When you are operating a PWC (jet-ski) an approved lifejacket must be: (page 23)

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You are operating a PWC (jet-ski) in the ocean (unprotected waters). If you go more than 400 meters from shore but less than 2 nautical miles from shore, what is the minimum safety equipment you must carry? (page 23)

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If you are Freestyling, wave or wake jumping on a PWC (jet-ski) what is the minimum safe distance you must keep from another PWC (jet-ski)? (page 24)

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If you are Freestyling, wave or wake jumping on a PWC (jet-ski) what is the minimum safe distance you must keep from a boat or person in the water? (page 24)

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