Asked in Powerboats, Boats and Watercraft
A sailboat under sail encounters a motorboat Both boats are underway When would the sailboat be the give-way vessel?
If the motorboat was hindered in its ability to maneuver, such as a tug pulling a boat or pushing a barge, or if the motorboat was adrift or signaling distress. Understanding the rules of underway and give-way are important parts of maritime safety. ...
Asked in Sailing, Powerboats, Boats and Watercraft
What should a motorboat do when it is approaching a sail boat?
sail boat has the right of way and same applies to all other boats larger than yours ...
Asked in Fire Extinguishers
How many B1 fire extiguishers must boats have?
The answer depends upon whether the boat is under US or Canadian regulations, or something else, whether it is a motorboat, and how big it is, among other things. Not all boats are required to have a B1 fire extinguisher in the US or Canada. ...
What are the different kinds of boats?
There are sail boats, ugly boats, pretty boats, speed boats, fun boats, unfun boats, amazingness boats! i luv boats! i own a boat!! there are sail boats row boats speed boats paddle boats...
Asked in Physics
Why do two boats get attracted if they come close?
when 2 boats r traveling close to each other,the velocity of the water inbetween the boats increases.As a result the pressure inside it decreases (according to bournalies theorm)..the pressure shud remain constant per unit volume..hence in order to equalize its pressure in the fluid, the two boats cosequently gets attracted..even it can demage them both..hope it works! ...
Asked in Italy, Boats and Watercraft
Is there a ferry or boats that travels from Capri Italy to Venice Italy?
no there arent. the best way to reach Venice from capri is getting a ferry to naples and from there take a train to Venezia Santa Lucia station ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Philip Christian Stead written?
Philip Christian Stead has written: 'Jonathan and the big blue boat' -- subject(s): Teddy bears, Boats and boating, Fiction, Voyages and travels ...
Asked in History of Maritime
On a vessel what is the white light that shines both forward and on the sides?
It's called a lantern. All boats/ships over a certain size that travels at night are required to carry them. They come in different configurations so that other boats can see from the combination of lights what kind of vessel it is, and the approximate direction it's travelling in. ...