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Only when under sail alone and is crossing the path of the powerboat.

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Q: SB-9 When is a sailboat the stand-on vessel in relations to a recreational power boat?
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What is a sailboat the stand on vessel in relations to a recreational power boat?

The question should be "When is the sailboat the stand-on vessel...? The answer is if the sailboat has an engine and if it is in operation, the sailboat is treated as a power boat in determining stand-on status. The right-of-way would then follow the rules for power boats.


When is a sailboat the stand on vessel in relations to recreational power boat?

only when under sail alone and is crossing path of powerboat


When is a sailboat the stand on vessel in relations to a recreational power boat?

Only when under sail alone and is crossing the path of the powerboat.


When is a sailboat the stand-on vessel in relations to a recreational power boat?

Only when under sail alone and is crossing the path of the powerboat.


When is a sailboat a stand on vessel in relation to a recreational powerboat?

When it is being overtaken


When is a sailboat the stand on vessel in relations to a recreational powerboat?

Generally speaking a sailboat under sail is the stand on-vessel (privileged) over a power vessel. There are important exceptions. A sailboat cannot impede a vessel that is limited in it's ability to maneuver (examples; a tug boat with a tow, a fishing vessel with nets, etc) A sailboat cannot impede a vessel constrained by it's draft ( that is it cannot move outside the channel because it will run aground) A sailboat under power is consider a power vessel and must obey the same rules as all power vessels. A sailing vessel may not impede a vessel that can only maneuver in a narrow channel or fairway. Please refer the link provided below.


When must the operator of a sailboat give way to a recreational power-driven vessel?

when the power-driven vessel is towing another boat and has difficulty maneuvering


When is a sailboat the stand-on vessel in relation to a recreational power boat?

only when under sail alone and crossing the path of the powerboat


When is a sailboat the stand on vessel in realations to a recreational power boat?

only when under sail alone and when crossing the path of the power boat


When a sailboat overtakes a powerboat which vessel is the stand-on vessel?

When a sailboat overtakes a powerboat, the powerboat is the stand-on vessel. (Ref: SB-29)


When does a sailboat have the right away over a recreation vesel?

== There are too many variables to give a short answer, but generally speaking... a sailboat has the right of way over a powered recreational vessel when the sailboat is operating under the sail's power only. In other words, even if the sail is up, if the sailboat's engine is running and the propeller is engaged, it is considered a powered vessel.


When a sailboat is approaching a pwerboat which one is the give way vessel?

Unless the sailboat is overtaking a power-driven vessel, the powerboat is the give-way vessel.


A sailboat and a PWC are meeting head on which one is the stand on vessel?

Sailboat


When a sailboat overtake a powerboat which vessel is the stand on vessel?

powerboat


When is sailboat stand on vessel?

When it's the least maneuverable vessel in the encounter.


A sailboat and a PWC are meeting head-on. Which one is the stand-on vessel?

A sailboat and a PWC are meeting head-on. Which one is the stand-on vessel?


When is a sailboat under sail the give way vessel when encountering a power driven vessel?

A sailboat under sale usually has the right of way over a power driven vessel. The exception is when the powered fishing boat or large commercial vessel is in a restricted channel area. In this instance, the sailboat would need to yield.


When is a sailboat the stand-on vessel in relation to recreational power boat?

When it is under sail, not in a narrow channel or fairway and NOT overtaking. Please refer to Rules 12-18 in the link provided below.


If a sailboat and a motorboat are both underway when is the sailboat the give way vessel?

Whenever a danger of collision exists.


You are operating a motorboat What if your motorboat is being overtaken by a sailboat What should you do?

If you are operating a motorboat and your motorboat is being overtaken by a sailboat, you should maintain present course and speed. The vessel that is overtaking another vessel is the give-way vessel, regardless of whether it is a sailing vessel or a power-driven vessel. The vessel being overtaken is always the stand-on vessel.


What do letters mean on the top of a sail on a sailboat?

It is the registration identification of the vessel


Are a yacht and a sailboat the same?

No, a yacht and a sailboat are not necessarily the same. The sailboat is, as its name implies, a watercraft that moves under wind power. The yacht, on the other hand, could be a sailboat, but it does not have to be. The yacht is a larger vessel (usually over 30 feet in length) used for recreation, and the yacht can be (and usually is) classified as either a sailing vessel or a motor craft.


When a sailboat overtakes a power boat which vessel is the stand-on vessel?

When one boat overtakes another, the overtaking vessel is considered the give-way vessel no matter what it's powered by.


When a sail boat overtakes a power boat which vessel is the stand on vessel?

When a sail boat overtakes a power boat the power boat is the stand on vessel.


What is a bow on a sailboat?

The bow on any vessel is the front most part of the boat