- 1 How many questions are on the boaters exam?
- 2 What happens if you fail the Boatus final exam?
- 3 What behavior is 40 of boating deaths?
- 4 How many chapters are in the boating exam?
- 5 Do boaters license expire?
- 6 What is the area between a red and green buoy?
- 7 How many questions can you miss on a boating test?
- 8 What causes 40% boating deaths?
- 9 What is number 1 contributing factor to boating deaths?
- 10 What causes most boating deaths?
- 11 What should never be dumped in inland waters?
- 12 What are three things typically found on a boat’s capacity plate?
- 13 Is Freecourse CA legit?
How many questions are on the boaters exam?
The general boat licence knowledge test consists of 50 multiple choice questions. In the first section, Section A, you must answer 24 out of the 30 questions correctly.
What happens if you fail the Boatus final exam?
If you fail a quiz, you will have to spend the required minimum time on each page again if you fail a quiz. There is no limit on the number of times you can retake a lesson quiz, you may retake a lesson as many times as you need to until you pass.
What behavior is 40 of boating deaths?
Boating under the influence is still a significant issue on Canadian waterways and is a factor in approximately 40% of boating-related accidents and deaths in Canada. Remember: Consuming alcohol and not wearing a life jacket can be a deadly combination.
How many chapters are in the boating exam?
The boat safety course manual consists of five chapters packed with boating tips along with the nautical rules of the road.
Do boaters license expire?
Is the Boating Card the same as a Boating License? A state’s Boater Education Card is proof that you have successfully completed an approved boating safety course. Since the boater education card does not expire and does not need to be renewed, it is not called a Boating License.
What is the area between a red and green buoy?
The expression “red right returning” has long been used by seafarers as a reminder that the red buoys are kept to the starboard (right) side when proceeding from the open sea into port (upstream). Likewise, green buoys are kept to the port (left) side (see chart below).
How many questions can you miss on a boating test?
You need to answer 8 out of 10 questions correctly to pass!
What causes 40% boating deaths?
1 Nearly 40 % of all drownings result from boating accidents, and most of these involve motorized boats used for fishing and power- boating. Alcohol use and PFD non-use constitute the 2 primary modifiable risks for boating-related deaths. The contribu- tion of alcohol to boating fatalities cannot be overstated.
What is number 1 contributing factor to boating deaths?
Most of the boating incidents occurred during recreational activities such as fishing or power boating – 78%. Failure to wear personal flotation devices (PFDs) or lifejackets remains one of the largest contributing factors associated with these boating deaths.
What causes most boating deaths?
The majority of boating-related incidents and fatalities are caused by:
- Not wearing a lifejacket or PFD.
- Falling overboard.
- Capsizing, swamping, sinking, or running aground.
- Being involved in a collision.
- Operating a pleasure craft while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
What should never be dumped in inland waters?
Within three miles of the U.S. and its lakes, rivers, bays, and sounds and anywhere on the Great Lakes, no matter how far from shore it is illegal to dump plastic, lining, dunnage, buoyant packing materials, and any garbage other than dishwater (grey water) or fresh fish parts.
What are three things typically found on a boat’s capacity plate?
Each Capacity Plate includes the maximum number of adult persons, the maximum gross load, and the maximum size of engine, in horsepower, that your boat can legally carry.
Is Freecourse CA legit?
freecourse.ca is accredited by Transport Canada to deliver boating safety courses and administer tests for the issuance of Pleasure Craft Operator Cards (PCOCs), under the Competency of Operators of Pleasure Craft Regulations.