Which is not a vessel requirement for the majority of boats operating on Ohio waters?
Documentation with the U.S. Coast Guard
Admiralty means your vessel is operating in international waters.
Which vessel must display oil discharge placard when it is operating on federally controlled waters?
26' ft sailboat with engine
If you are operating a vessel 26 feet or longer on federal waters what must you display in a prominent locations?
garbage disposal placard
If your vessel is 65.6 feet or more in length and operating on federally controlled waters what sound producing device must be carried?
a whistle or horn AND a bell audible for at least one mile
Norbert has burst a blood vessel. There is an unidentified vessel in our waters. This sacred vessel contains the organs of the mummified Pharaoh.
When a foreign built vessel has not paid US Customs duty or a US built vessel had be exported it can not be offered for sale to US citizens while in US territorial waters. Penalties can include seizure of vessel.
What must be carried on board all vessels powered by a motor of more than 10 horsepower when operating on Washington waters?
When you operate a boat on Washington waters, you must follow all rules and regulations. These rules include that you must carry registration documents on board the vessel, if it is powered by a motor of more than 10 horsepower, when in operation.
What must residents of New Mexico do before their vessel may be operated on the waters of New Mexico?
Residents of New Mexico must have their Certificate of Number on board before their vessel may be operated on the waters of New Mexico.
What vessel is required to obtain a Maryland Certificate of Vessel Number to operate on Maryland public waters?
12 foot with trolling motor
A vessel may not be operated on Washington waters if when measured from the shore it produces a noise level over what decibel level?
A vessel may not be operated on Washington waters if, when measured from the shore, it produces a noise level over 75 decibels.
On federal waters what class of vessel must display a Garbage Disposal Placard in a prominent location?
any vessel 26 feet or longer
No one, it's called international waters
Checking with the authorities in charge of the waters in which you will operate your vessel is ALWAYS advisable.
Which of the following vessels is required to obtain a Maryland Certificate of Vessel Number to operate on Maryland public waters?
my name is johnny
What is the minimum age for unsupervised operation of a motorized vessel with 15 horsepower or more on California waters?
16 years old
Which organisms are responsible for the majority of the net primary productivity in shallow marine waters?
Which Country? State? Federal waters?
whistle or horn
If you are operating a 28 foot long boat on federal waters what must you display in prominent location?
While operating a 28-foot long boat on Federal waters the operator's license should be displayed in a prominent location. A flag denoting the country of origin should also be flown in a prominent location.
Which vessel is NOT required to have a Wisconsin Certificate of Number registration and validation decals to legally operate on Wisconsin waters?
10-foot boat with a trolling motor
Department of Motor Vehicles
Boarding and search by the US Coast Guard. . . . and Officers of the Texas DPS.
All boats operating between sunset and sunrise. As pertaining to International and Inland recognized waters *note*, any vessel operating in the waters described in Rule 1 are required to have navigational lights in MOST cases. This includes kayaks and canoes (Rule 25). Depending on the size, nature of work, geographical location and specific conditions, the lights will vary. If you are a US resident, please refer to the US Coast Guard Navigation Rules, International and… Read More
vessels 26 feet or longer
As a resident of Alaska which of the following must be done before operating a recreational boat on local waters?
complete a boating safety class
Requirements for vessel registration vary from state to state. In Texas, you must have a Texas Certificate of Number (registration card) and validation decals to operate your vessel legally on public waters. The only exceptions are: A sailboat under 14 feet in length Non-motorized vessels such as canoes, kayaks, rowboats, and rubber rafts Vessels registered in other states and using Texas waters for 90 consecutive days or less
Boats, ships and vessels that have a control station away from the actual engine/motor/sails, are manuvered from the Bridge. Often times this area is refered to as the "Wheel house". Submarines call it the control room or simply the "Conn". Most vessels WITH a displacement hull will only be able to operate within waters that match or are greater than the navigational draft of the specific vessel. With a non-displacement vessel (Swampboats, hovercraft, airboats, WHIGS)… Read More
whistle or horn AND a bell
If you were to commit any crime of any degree in international waters and come back to a law governed country and someone knows what you did and tells can you be punished by law?
The responsibility for the act lies with the country of registration of the vessel. Therefore, if you committed a crime on a British registered vessel, then the British Government would have the option of prosecuting you.
Depending on your vessels ability to properly show the correct navigational lights and the operators knowledge of the vessel, the waters he is operating in, the tides and currents, knowledge of Rules of the Road and weather conditions, any time is a safe time. Someone with little or no boating skills, missing or defective equipment and no understanding of the Rules of the Road has no business on the water until they have someone aboard… Read More
yes. it is only called the dead se because the waters are so calm. this is caused because of the extreme amount of salt in its waters. bacteria and different types of plankton makeup the majority of life in the dead sea though.
A. G. York has written: 'Experimental shark fishing in New Zealand waters by fishing vessel 'Cindy Hardy', 1968' -- subject(s): Shark fisheries
higher as when the temprature rises the density of the water/liquid decreases, so does the buoyant force that the water/liquid exerts on an object such as a boat or vessel
Most fishing vessels only stay out a few days. Some larger operations with onboard freezers will stay out for 2-3 months.
As pertaining to International and Inland recognized waters *note*, any vessel operating in the waters described in Rule 1 are required to have navigational lights in MOST cases. This includes kayaks and canoes (Rule 25). Depending on the size, nature of work, geographical location and specific conditions, the lights will vary. If you are a US resident, please refer to the US Coast Guard Navigation Rules, International and Inland. It is suggested you read all… Read More
Majority of the South Korean military is - ironically - logistically stationed along the DMZ (De-Militarized Zone), both on land and within waters (along the East China Sea & the Sea of Japan).
Not sure of the name of the yacht but I do happen to know that it is a European-based yacht as the yacht- portions of the filiming were filmed in Greece as the vessel was restricted to EU waters.
The vast majority of the Great Barrier Reef is in Australian waters. This is managed by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority.
The green light would be the starboard steaming light, the white the masthead light. What you would do would depend on factors such as its releative bearing and in what waters you are sailing.
Operating personal watercraft with V type of PFD. trick question... Operating a boat within 300 feet of a diver-down flag on open waters is against the law in Florida...(( unless boat is at idle speed..then it is legal))
During which time period must ALL vessels operating on federally-controlled waters carry night visual distress signals?
from sun set to sun rise
you better get off that ship!! Two short blasts means that the vessel intends to leave you on it's starboard side. If you are in international waters it means " I am altering my course to port"
Algae grows on the sea bed in shallow waters. Yes, majority of algae are unicellular. One common example of a unicellular algae is the green algae Prototheca.
The Captain. Or the pilot. Captains does not "drive" ships, only in movies. The officer on duty on the bridge is in command and navigating the vessel but the actual steering is normally done by an auto pilot. If in confined waters a crew member called a quartermaster is doing the manual steering. A pilot is a person joining the vessel and helping the captain planning and navigating in coastal areas and confined waters. A… Read More
Yes. There is about 100 species or more of Blowfish and a vast majority are found in marine waters and coral reefs in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans.
What sound-producing devices are vessels less than 65 feet operating on federal waters required to carry on board?
A whistle or bell, AND a horn audible for at least 1 mile.
Part III gave the federal government authority to regulate common carriers operating in interstate commerce in the coastal, intercoastal, and inland waters of the United States.
Kristian Fredrik Wiborg has written: 'The whirling vessel' -- subject(s): Biological apparatus and supplies, Plankton 'Investigations on zooplankton in coastal and offshore waters of western and northwestern Norway' -- subject(s): Copepoda, Plankton
While the majority of Russia's coastline is along the Arctic ocean, not all of it is frozen. Russia has some of its coastline is in the Pacific ocean as well.
The only requirement starfish have of their environment is seawater. They have a unique ability to adapt to changing climates and environments. They can handle anywhere from frigid arctic to tropical waters, and from intertidal areas to almost 20,000 feet deep.