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1. According to the "Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act", your radiotelephone log must contain __________.

 
 

2. Which statement is TRUE concerning radiotelephones on board towing vessels?

 
 

3. The range of a SSB transmission is MOST affected by __________.

 
 

4. VHF Channel 6 is used exclusively for what kind of communications?

 
 

5. If you know that the vessel you are about to call on the VHF radio maintains a radio watch on both the working and the calling frequencies, which frequency should you call on?

 
 

6. What is the average range of vessel-to-vessel VHF-FM radio communications?

 
 

7. What is the expected range of a VHF radio transmission from a vessel to a shore station?

 
 

8. What is the normal operating power for ship-to-ship communications on channel 13?

 
 

9. The VHF radiotelephone calling/safety/distress frequency is __________.

 
 

10. Channel 13 (156.65 MHz), the designated bridge-to-bridge channel, may NOT be used to __________.

 
 

11. You are making ship-to-shore telephone calls on VHF. You should use the __________.

 
 

12. What is the spoken emergency signal for a "man overboard" on the VHF radio?

 
 

13. When a helmsman receives the command "Right 15 degrees rudder," What should the helmsman's immediate reply be ?

 
 

14. What is a CORRECT reply to a pilot's request, "How's your head"?

 
 

15. What does the helm command "meet her" mean?

 
 

16. What does the helm command "Left twenty" mean?

 
 

17. What does the helm command "Steady as you go" mean?

 
 

18. You are standing radio watch and monitoring VHF Channel 16 when you receive a call to your rig, TEXAS STAR, from a supply boat. What is the proper way to answer this call?

 
 

19. You are standing a radio watch aboard the rig. A crew boat calls you on VHF channel 16. When you reply with your vessel name and call letters, you should request the crew boat to switch to which of the following channels?

 
 

20. A call between any two ship stations on an intership working frequency shall have a maximum duration of __________.

 
 

21. Routine radio communications should be no more than __________.

 
 

22. Messages concerning weather conditions transmitted by radiotelephone are preceded by __________.

 
 

23. How should the number "5" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

24. You are the first vessel to arrive at the scene of a distress. Due to the volume of traffic on the radio, you are unable to communicate with the vessel in distress. Which action should you take?

 
 

25. Under the "Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act", failure of a vessel's radiotelephone equipment __________.

 
 

26. A ship's radiotelephone station license is issued by the __________.

 
 

27. A vessel which violates the "Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act" may be charged a civil penalty of __________

 
 

28. After receiving your distress call, the U.S.C.G. may ask you to switch to which SSB frequency?

 
 

29. The national distress, safety, and calling frequency is channel __________.

 
 

30. The height of a VHF radio antenna is more important than the power output wattage of the radio because __________.

 
 

31. How many VHF Survival Craft Transceivers are required aboard passenger ships?

 
 

32. What frequency has the FCC designated for the use of bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone communications?

 
 

33. Under the "Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act" the frequency for bridge-to-bridge communications is 156.65 MHz or channel __________.

 
 

34. You have just tried calling another vessel on the VHF and they have not replied. How long should you wait before calling that station again?

 
 

35. Marine Operators, when calling a ship on VHF-FM radiotelephone, normally call on channel __________.

 
 

36. The helm command "Nothing to the left" means do NOT __________.

 
 

37. What does the helm command "Check her" mean?

 
 

38. A long pole with a hook at one end, used to reach for lines, is known as a __________.

 
 

39. An intermediate spring is __________.

 
 

40. Which word is an international distress signal when transmitted by radiotelephone?

 
 

41. What would be used to call all stations in your vicinity by radiotelephone?

 
 

42. A vessel in distress should send by radio telephone the two tone alarm signal followed immediately by the __________.

 
 

43. If you wished to transmit a message by voice concerning the safety of navigation, you would preface it by the word __________.

 
 

44. A message giving warning of a hurricane should have which prefix when sent by radiotelephone?

 
 

45. Your vessel has been damaged and is taking on water, but you do not require immediate assistance. You would preface a message advising other vessels of your situation with __________.

 
 

46. A Coast Guard radiotelephone message about an aid to navigation that is off station is preceded by the word __________.

 
 

47. You are communicating on the radiotelephone using plain English. Which procedural word (proword) indicates that you have received another vessel's transmission?

 
 

48. You receive a call from the U.S. Coast Guard addressed to all stations. The call begins with the words "Pan-Pan" (3 times). Which type of emergency signal would this be?

 
 

49. How should the letter "V" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

50. Which spoken emergency signal would you use to call a boat to come assist a man overboard?

 
 

51. How should the letter "W" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

52. How should the number "4" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

53. While proceeding to a distress site, you hear the words "Seelonce mayday" on the radiotelephone. Which action should you take?

 
 

54. While proceeding towards a distress site you hear the message "Seelonce Feenee" over the radiotelephone. Which action should you take?

 
 

55. If you use obscene, indecent, or profane language over the radiotelephone, you can be __________.

 
 

56. What is the penalty for failure to enforce, or comply with, the vessel bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone regulations?

 
 

57. The Master or person in charge of a vessel subject to the "Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act" who fails to comply with the Act or the regulations thereunder may be charged a civil penalty of __________.

 
 

58. What is the minimum size power-driven vessel, not engaged in towing, required to comply with the vessel bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone regulations?

 
 

59. Which vessels must comply with the vessel bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone regulations while navigating?

 
 

60. Which vessel(s) is(are) required to comply with the "Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Regulations" while navigating?

 
 

61. Which vessel(s) is(are) required to comply with the vessel bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone regulations while navigating?

 
 

62. Which vessel(s) is(are) required to comply with the vessel bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone regulations while navigating?

 
 

63. Which vessel is NOT required to have a radiotelephone?

 
 

64. By regulation, you MUST keep a record of the use of your radiotelephone for a minimum of __________.

 
 

65. All towing vessels of 26 feet or longer while navigating are required to carry which item?

 
 

66. Which channel is designated as the VHF follow-on communications channel and is required in all portable survival craft equipment?

 
 

67. What is the minimum operating capacity required for VHF Survival Craft Transceiver batteries?

 
 

68. All VHF marine band radios operate in the simplex mode, which means that __________.

 
 

69. The VHF radiotelephone frequency designated to be used only to transmit or receive information pertaining to the safe navigation of a vessel is __________.

 
 

70. Channel 13 is primarily used for ship to ship communication. Channel 13 is also authorized for __________.

 
 

71. What does the command "Hard right rudder" mean?

 
 

72. The term "lee side" refers to the __________.

 
 

73. "Hanging a barge off" means to __________.

 
 

74. How should the letter "D" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

75. In radiotelephone communications, the prefix PAN-PAN indicates that __________.

 
 

76. You see an iceberg that has not been reported. What kind of radio message do you transmit to warn others?

 
 

77. How should the number "9" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

78. How should the letter "R" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

79. How should the letter "I" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

80. How should the letter "Q" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

81. How should the number "1" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

82. How should the letter "Z" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

83. What is the radiotelephone urgency signal?

 
 

84. What type of messages should the "urgent" priority be used for?

 
 

85. According to the "Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act", what is NOT required in the radiotelephone log?

 
 

86. If your radiotelephone fails while underway, __________.

 
 

87. If your vessel is equipped with a radiotelephone, what must also be aboard?

 
 

88. Failure to comply with, or enforce, the provisions of the "Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act" can result in a __________.

 
 

89. The "Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act" applies to which towboat?

 
 

90. The "Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act" applies to __________.

 
 

91. General requirements for a vessel's radiotelephone station log are that __________.

 
 

92. Which is the required location of the radiotelephone station aboard a vessel to which the "Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act" applies?

 
 

93. The radiotelephone required by the "Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act" is for the exclusive use of __________.

 
 

94. The regulations governing the frequencies of the bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone are issued by the __________.

 
 

95. What is the calling and distress frequency on a single side band (SSB) marine radiotelephone?

 
 

96. What time of day would an SSB radio have the longest transmitting range?

 
 

97. Which VHF channel should you avoid using as a working channel?

 
 

98. What is maximum power allowed by the FCC for VHF-FM radio transmissions?

 
 

99. You are monitoring VHF Channel 16 when you receive a call to your vessel, TEXAS PRIDE. What is the proper way to answer this call?

 
 

100. Which action should you take after sending a false Distress alert on VHF?

 
 


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