Navigation Problems 2



These pages contains all possible questions which might be thrown at you in the "Navigation Problems" module exam.  When you go in for your exam, your test questions will be selected from the list below.


NOTE:  You'll need the initial conditions for the questions below.



2168: On 22 July , at 0448 ZT, morning stars were observed, and the vessel's position was determined to be LAT 21°43.0'N, LONG 158°39.0'E. Your vessel is steaming at 21.0 knots on a course of 028°T. A sextant observation of the Sun's lower limb is made at 0956 ZT. The chronometer reads 10h 54m 27s, and the sextant altitude is 54°28.2'. The index error is 1.5' off the arc, and the chronometer error is 01m 38s slow. Your height of eye on the bridge is 56 feet. What is the azimuth (Zn) of this sight using the assumed position?

    a. 080.9°T
    b. 082.2°T
    c. 084.2°T
    d. 086.9°T
2169: At 0600 ZT, on 24 July , your DR position is LAT 22°37'N, LONG 32°45'W. You are steering 185°T at a speed of 20.0 knots. Determine the computed altitude (Hc) and azimuth (Zn) for an observation of the Sun's lower limb taken at 1030 ZT. At this time the chronometer reads 00h 30m 16s and is 0m 31s slow.

    a. Hc 64°27.5' Zn 092.3°
    b. Hc 64°30.8' Zn 090.1°
    c. Hc 64°41.7' Zn 087.8°
    d. Hc 64°44.2' Zn 094.7°
2170: On 22 July , at 0720 ZT, in DR position LAT 20°38.2'N, LONG 87°16.0'W, you observe the Moon's lower limb. The sextant altitude (hs) is 38°32.6, and the chronometer reads 01h 18m 14s. The chronometer is 01m 28s slow. The index error is 3.1' off the arc, and the height of eye is 68 feet. What is the azimuth (Zn) and intercept (a) of this sight from the assumed position?

    a. Zn 291.4°, a 5.2' A
    b. Zn 111.4°, a 8.7' A
    c. Zn 248.6°, a 5.0' T
    d. Zn 068.6°, a 6.5' T
2171: On 8 August , at 0545 ZT, morning stars were observed, and the vessel's position was determined to be LAT 26°16.0'
S, LONG 94°16.0'E. Your vessel is steaming at 20.0 knots on a course of 346°T. A sextant observation of the Sun's lower limb is made at 0905 ZT. The chronometer reads 03h 02m 52s, and the sextant altitude (hs) is 38°07.5'. The index error is 5.2' off the arc, and the chronometer error is 2m 17s slow. Your height of eye on the bridge is 72 feet (22.0 meters). What is the observed altitude (Ho) and azimuth (Zn) of this sight using the assumed position?

    a. 38°19.4', 048.4°T
    b. 38°19.4', 131.6°T
    c. 38°54.9', 048.4°T
    d. 38°54.9', 131.6°T
2172: On 11 October , at 0516 ZT, morning stars were observed, and the vessel's position was determined to be LAT 23°21.0'N, LONG 139°27.0'W. Your vessel is steaming at 14.0 knots on a course of 293°T. A sextant observation of the Sun's lower limb is made at 0927 ZT. The chronometer reads 06h 30m 21s, and the sextant altitude (hs) is 39°48.7'. The index error is 2.0' on the arc, and the chronometer error is 02m 56s fast. Your height of eye on the bridge is 63.0 feet. What is the azimuth (Zn) of this sight using the assumed position?

    a. 116.2°T
    b. 123.4°T
    c. 126.2°T
    d. 128.4°T
2174: On 18 October , at 0518 ZT, morning stars were observed and the vessel's position was determined to be LAT 25°31.0'N, LONG 146°29.2'E. Your vessel is steaming at 19.0 knots on a course of 308°T. A sextant observation of the Sun's lower limb is made at 0915 ZT. The chronometer reads 11h 17m 11s, and the sextant altitude (hs) is 34°51.4'. The index error is 2.0' off the arc, and the chronometer error is 01m 57s fast. Your height of eye on the bridge is 54.0 feet. What is the azimuth (Zn) of this sight using the assumed position?

    a. 120.6°T
    b. 121.9°T
    c. 125.5°T
    d. 127.3°T
2175: On 13 November , at 0438 ZT, morning stars were observed and the vessel's position was determined to be LAT 22°14.0'S, LONG 79°23.0'E. Your vessel is steaming at 13.0 knots on a course of 242°T. A sextant observation of the Sun's lower limb is made at 0822 ZT. The chronometer reads 03h 20m 16s, and the sextant altitude (hs) is 45°49.7'. The index error is 1.0' on the arc, and the chronometer error is 01m 47s slow. Your height of eye on the bridge is 61.0 feet (18.6 meters). What is the azimuth (Zn) of this sight using the assumed position?

    a. 092.6°T
    b. 096.2°T
    c. 098.7°T
    d. 099.7°T
2176: On 9 November , at 0426 ZT, your position was LAT 25°17.0'S, LONG 154°16.0'E. Your vessel is steaming at 14.0 knots on course 066°T. A sextant observation of the Sun's lower limb is made at 0837 ZT. The chronometer reads 10h 35m 21s, and the sextant altitude (hs) is 50°26.9'. The index error is 1.5' on the arc, and the chronometer error is 01m 48s slow. Your height of eye on the bridge is 56.0 feet. What is the observed altitude (Ho) and azimuth (Zn) of this sight using the assumed position?

    a. 50°18.1', 086.3°T
    b. 50°18.1', 093.7°T
    c. 50°33.5', 085.9°T
    d. 50°33.5', 093.7°T
2177: On 21 November , at 0430 ZT, morning stars were observed, and the vessel's position was LAT 22°14.0'S, LONG 79°23.0'E. Your vessel is steaming at 14.5 knots on a course of 246°T. A sextant observation of the Sun's lower limb is made at 0816 ZT. The chronometer reads 03h 14m 16s, and the sextant altitude (hs) is 44°29.2'. The index error is 1.0' on the arc, and the chronometer error is 01m 47s slow. Your height of eye is 61.0 feet (18.6 meters). What is the azimuth (Zn) and intercept (a) of this sight using the assumed position?

    a. Zn 084.2°, a 6.6' A
    b. Zn 084.2°, a 6.6' T
    c. Zn 095.6°, a 6.6' A
    d. Zn 095.6°, a 6.6' T
2178: On 26 July , your 1901 ZT position is LAT 28°28'N, LONG 157°16'E when you take an observation of Jupiter. The chronometer at the time of the sight reads 08h 54m 34s and is 06m 24s slow. The sextant altitude (hs) is 33°51.5'. The index error is 2.8'off the arc, and the height of eye is 48 feet. What are the azimuth (Zn) and intercept (a) for this sight using the assumed position?

    a. Zn 110.8°, a 32.0' T
    b. Zn 249.2°, a 32.0' A
    c. Zn 248.2°, a 34.2' T
    d. Zn 290.8°, a 44.2' A
2179: On 22 June , at 0906 EDT (ZD +4), your position is LAT 24°36'N, LONG 69°30'W. You are on course 165°pgc at a speed of 14.8 knots. A sextant observation of the Sun's lower limb is made, and the sextant altitude (hs) is 42°44.0' with an index error of 0.8' off the arc. At this time the chronometer reads 01h 10m 12s, and is 2m 42s slow. If your height of eye is 70 feet, what is the azimuth (Zn) of the sight using the assumed position?

    a. Zn 080.4°
    b. Zn 081.6°
    c. Zn 129.0°
    d. Zn 130.5°
2180: On 12 April , at 0515 ZT, morning stars were observed, and the vessel's position was determined to be LAT 21°05'S, LONG 16°30'W. Your vessel is steaming at 19 knots on a course of 278°T. A sextant observation of the Sun's lower limb is made at 0930 ZT. The chronometer reads 10h 28m 25s, and the sextant altitude (hs) is 40°15.9'. The index error is 2.5' off the arc, and the chronometer error is 2m 15s slow. Your height of eye on the bridge is 57 feet. What are the intercept (a) and azimuth (Zn) from the assumed position of this sight?

    a. Zn 057.7°, a 15.4' T
    b. Zn 057.0°, a 17.7' A
    c. Zn 122.3°, a 17.7' A
    d. Zn 123.0°, a 22.7' A
2181: On 4 June , at 0630 ZT, morning stars were observed, and the vessel's position was determined to be LAT 26°15'S, LONG 121°20'W. Your vessel is steaming at 13.0 knots on a course of 246°T. A sextant observation of the Sun's lower limb is made at 0915 ZT. The chronometer reads 05h 14m 27s, and the sextant altitude is 25°57.8'. The index error is 2.1' off the arc, and the chronometer error is 0m 53s slow. Your height of eye is 39.0 feet. What is the intercept (a) and azimuth (Zn) of this sight using the assumed position method?

    a. Zn 044.6°, a 1.7' A
    b. Zn 044.6°, a 2.5' T
    c. Zn 135.1°, a 1.7' A
    d. Zn 135.1°, a 2.5' T
2182: On 18 August , at 0600 ZT, morning stars were observed, and the vessel's position was determined to be LAT 19°48'N, LONG 108° 34'W. Your vessel is steaming on course 166°T at a speed of 16 knots. An observation of the Sun's lower limb is made at 1036 ZT. The chronometer reads 05h 34m 48s and is slow 01m 24s. What is the computed altitude (Hc) and azimuth (Zn) for this 1036 ZT observation using the assumed position method?

    a. Hc 65°18.5', Zn 102.1°
    b. Hc 65°14.8', Zn 100.4°
    c. Hc 65°11.3', Zn 099.4°
    d. Hc 65°07.2', Zn 101.2°
2185: At 1000 ZT, on 21 October , your DR position is LAT 29°00'N, LONG 134°40'E. Determine the computed altitude (Hc) of the Sun for the assumed position (AP) nearest to the above given latitude and longitude, given a chronometer time of 01h 00m 00s.

    a. Hc 42°30.6'
    b. Hc 42°32.1'
    c. Hc 42°34.2'
    d. Hc 42°35.7'
2186: At 0922, on 24 May, you are abreast the St. Catherine Bar Lt. (mile 348.6 AHP). If you are turning for 8.0 mph, what is the current?

    a. 1.0 mph
    b. 1.4 mph
    c. 2.0 mph
    d. 7.0 mph
2187: At which of the following times would you be able to listen to lower Mississippi River conditions on VHF Channel 22?

    a. 0900 hours
    b. 1100 hours
    c. 1300 hours
    d. 1600 hours
2201: At 1000, on May 11th, you are passing George Prince Lt. (mile 364.1 AHP) in Natchez, Mississippi and must send an ETA to the Monsanto Terminal in St. Louis (mile 178.0 UMR). Your engines are still turning for 8.5 mph and you estimate the current at 2.5 mph. What will be your arrival time in St. Louis?

    a. 1919 on 15 May
    b. 2344 on 15 May
    c. 1113 on 16 May
    d. 1757 on 16 May
2202: After entering Milliken Bend (mile 455 AHP) you wish to locate the river service in Madison Parish, Louisiana. The river service is indicated by the square containing which number?

    a. 5
    b. 4
    c. 3
    d. 2
2203: You have orders to drop off the empties at the fleeting area at Cairo Point and add five loaded tank barges to your tow. If you are turning for 9 mph and estimate the current at 1.5 mph, what is your ETA at Cairo?

    a. 2210, 22 June
    b. 1741, 22 June
    c. 1423, 22 June
    d. 1031, 22 June
2204: The Clinch River empties into which river?

    a. Arkansas
    b. Mississippi
    c. Ohio
    d. Tennessee
2205: What are the dimensions of Old River Lock, on the Lower Mississippi River?

    a. 1202 feet x 84 feet
    b. 1190 feet x 75 feet
    c. 760 feet x 75 feet
    d. 425 feet x 75 feet
2206: What is the distance in river miles, from the new mouth of the White River to the RR and Hwy bridge at Baton Rouge, LA?

    a. 338 miles
    b. 365 miles
    c. 400 miles
    d. 454 miles
2207: As you pass under the Natchez-Vidalia Dual Bridge, the gage on the bridge reads 8.9 ft. If the highest point on your vessel is 54 ft. above the water, what is your vertical clearance?

    a. 63.1 feet
    b. 65.3 feet
    c. 67.2 feet
    d. 122.0 feet
2208: What is the total length of the trip?

    a. 906.3 miles
    b. 922.3 miles
    c. 1155.8 miles
    d. 1187.3 miles
2209: The Helena Gage reads 9.4 feet. The high point on your towboat is 42 feet above water. What is the vertical clearance when you pass under the Helena Highway Bridge?

    a. 53.0 feet
    b. 62.6 feet
    c. 64.2 feet
    d. 68.0 feet
2210: The low water reference plane (LWRP) for Bayou Sara is 5.25 feet. If the Bayou Sara Gage reads -0.5 feet, what is the water level in relation to the low water reference plane?

    a. 4.75 feet above the plane
    b. 5.75 feet above the plane
    c. 5.75 feet below the plane
    d. 4.75 feet below the plane
2211: Your engine speed is 9.8 mph and you estimate the current at 1.6 mph. What is your speed over the ground?

    a. 11.0 mph
    b. 9.8 mph
    c. 8.6 mph
    d. 8.2 mph
2212: At 1650 you decrease speed to make good 7.1 mph. At 2020 you are __________.

    a. abeam of Old River Control Structure Light
    b. entering the Vicksburg District of the U.S. Army Corps. of Engineers
    c. at Palmetto Point
    d. at Latitude 31°10'N
2213: Controlling depth of a channel __________.

    a. is the least depth within the limits of the channel
    b. is the greatest depth within the limits of the channel
    c. permits the safe use of the channel to drafts of more than that depth
    d. is the designed dredging depth of a channel constructed by the U.S. Army Corps. of Engineers
2214: Which of the following statements regarding aids to navigation shown in the Corps. of Engineers map book is TRUE?

    a. The U.S. Army Corps.. of Engineers is responsible for placing and maintaining all aids to navigation.
    b. Buoys should always be given as wide a berth in passing as possible.
    c. Buoy positions as shown on the chart are exact.
    d. Lights and daymarks are always shown in their exact location.
2216: If your vessel is making turns for 7.5 mph with an estimated average current of 1.5 mph, what is your ETA at the dock in Angelina, LA?

    a. 0516, 28 Dec
    b. 1621, 28 Dec
    c. 0516, 29 Dec
    d. 1621, 29 Dec
2217: The highest point on your towboat is 67 feet above the water, and the Helena Gage reads +22.3 feet. What is the vertical clearance when you pass under the A-span of the Helena Highway Bridge?

    a. 74.7 feet
    b. 52.4 feet
    c. 49.8 feet
    d. 30.1 feet
2233: You have orders to drop off the empties at the fleeting area at Cairo Point and add five loaded tank barges to your tow. If you are turning for 9 mph and estimate the current at 1.5 mph, what is your ETA at Cairo?

    a. 1031, 22 June
    b. 1423, 22 June
    c. 1741, 22 June
    d. 2210, 22 June
2238: At 1430 ZT, on 16 April , in DR position LAT 34° 03.8' N, LONG 061° 02.5'W, you observe an amplitude of the Moon. The center of the Moon is on the visible horizon and bears 095.2°psc. The variation is 12°W. What is the deviation?

    a. 1.7°W
    b. 1.7°E
    c. 1.9°W
    d. 1.9°E
2239: At 1610 ZT, on 14 August , in DR position LAT 33° 24.6' S, LONG 028°15.4'W, you observe an amplitude of the Moon. The center of the Moon is on the visible horizon and bears 111.0° psc. The variation is 2° E. What is the deviation?

    a. 1.1°E
    b. 1.1°W
    c. 2.1°E
    d. 2.1°W
2240: At 1542 ZT, on 23 October , in DR position LAT 37° 28.5'N, LONG 156° 17.3'E, you observe an amplitude of the Moon. The center of the Moon is on the visible horizon and bears 282.5°psc. The variation is 0.0°. What is the deviation?

    a. 2.2°E
    b. 2.2°W
    c. 1.2°E
    d. 1.2°W
2241: At 1318 ZT, on 10 September , in DR position LAT 24° 05.8' N, LONG 058° 08.3' E, you observe an amplitude of the Moon. The upper limb of the Moon is on the visible horizon and bears 254° psc. Variation is 2° W. What is the deviation?

    a. 8.0°W
    b. 8.0°E
    c. 4.0°W
    d. 4.0°E
2242: At 1620 ZT, on 10 September , in DR position LAT 34° 03.8' N, LONG 050° 28.4' W, you observe an amplitude of the Moon. The Moon’s upper limb is observed on the visible horizon and bears 110.2° psc. The variation is 2° E. What is the deviation?

    a. 2.0°E
    b. 2.0°W
    c. 1.2°E
    d. 1.2°W
2243: At 1444 ZT, on 28 July , in DR position LAT 40° 56.8' N, LONG 167° 12.4' E, you observe an amplitude of the Moon. The upper limb of the Moon is on the visible horizon and bears 299.3° psc. The variation is 1° E. What is the deviation?

    a. 3.1°W
    b. 3.1°E
    c. 2.1°W
    d. 2.1°E
2244: At 1435 ZT, on 27 April , in DR position LAT 51° 56.8' N, LONG 150° 37.7' E, the Moon’s upper limb is observed on the visible horizon, bearing 242.2° psc. Variation is 2° W. What is the deviation?

    a. 2.2°W
    b. 2.2°E
    c. 6.2°E
    d. 6.2°W
2245: You are entering the channel at buoy 29 and turning for 9 knots. An easterly wind is causing 3°
of leeway and the current is 320°T at 1.2 knots. What true course should you steer to remain in the middle leg of York Spit Channel?

    a. 162°T
    b. 165°T
    c. 168°T
    d. 171°T
2247: At 1845 zone time, on 17 March , while taking stars for an evening fix, you observe an unidentified star bearing 200°T at an observed altitude of 53°45.0'. Your DR position at the time of the sight is LAT 25°10.0'N, LONG 66°48.0'W. The chronometer time of the sight is 10h 47m 49s, and the chronometer error is 1m 54s fast. Your vessel is steaming on a course of 290°T at a speed of 18.0 knots. What star did you observe?

    a. Altair
    b. Mirfak
    c. Pollux
    d. Rigel
2248: Which company does NOT have a marine facility in Rosedale Harbor (mile 585 AHP)?

    a. T.L. James
    b. Rosedale-Boliver County Port Commission
    c. Cives Steel Company
    d. Sanders Elevator Corp
2272: As you approach Buckridge Light (mile 412.5 AHP), which type of daymark would you see on the light structure?

    a. Red diamond
    b. Red triangle
    c. Green diamond
    d. Green square
2275: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 24°00.7' on 10 January . The index error is 2.6' off the arc. The height of eye is 55 feet. What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 24°07.4'
    b. 24°08.9'
    c. 24°10.2'
    d. 24°11.8'
2276: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 46°20.3' on 1 April . The index error is 4.5' off the arc. The height of eye is 57 feet (17.4 meters). What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 46°24.2'
    b. 46°27.9'
    c. 46°30.1'
    d. 46°32.6'
2277: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 41°29.8' on 11 January . The index error is 2.4' off the arc. The height of eye is 68 feet. What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 41°36.4'
    b. 41°39.4'
    c. 41°42.0'
    d. 41°44.5'
2278: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 31°31.5' on 6 March . The index error is 2.5' on the arc. The height of eye is 76 feet. What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 31°35.3'
    b. 31°36.7'
    c. 31°38.2'
    d. 31°39.5'
2279: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 58°06.6' on 5 April . The index error is 1.0' off the arc. The height of eye is 55 feet (16.8 meters). What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 58°14.2'
    b. 58°15.8'
    c. 58°16.9'
    d. 58°18.1'
2280: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 28°24.7' on 17 May . The index error is 1.5' off the arc. The height of eye is 86 feet (26 meters). What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 28°29.7'
    b. 28°30.6'
    c. 28°31.5'
    d. 28°32.9'
2281: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 62°22.2' on 6 June . The index error is 1.2' on the arc. The height of eye is 28 feet (8.5 meters). What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 62°24.8'
    b. 62°26.9'
    c. 62°31.4'
    d. 62°36.7'
2282: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 42°44.0' on 22 June . The index error is 0.8' off the arc. The height of eye is 70 feet (21.3 meters). What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 42°19.8'
    b. 42°21.7'
    c. 42°51.7'
    d. 42°54.2'
2283: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 22°58.6' on 16 June . The index error is 2.0' off the arc. The height of eye is 61 feet. What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 23°06.7'
    b. 23°09.9'
    c. 23°15.4'
    d. 23°22.2'
2284: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 35°26.3' on 25 June . The index error is 1.5' on the arc. The height of eye is 58 feet (17.6 meters). What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 35°28.2'
    b. 35°29.9'
    c. 35°32.1'
    d. 35°36.7'
2285: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 45°49.7' on 13 November . The index error is 1.0' on the arc. The height of eye is 61 feet (18.6 meters). What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 45°59.3'
    b. 45°56.4'
    c. 45°52.9'
    d. 45°49.8'
2286: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 50°26.9' on 9 November . The index error is 1.5' on the arc. The height of eye is 56 feet (17 meters). What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 50°04.2'
    b. 50°18.1'
    c. 50°33.5'
    d. 50°41.4'
2287: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 34°51.4' on 18 October . The index error is 2.0' off the arc. The height of eye is 54 feet (16.5 meters). What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 35°01.2'
    b. 35°03.6'
    c. 35°05.2'
    d. 35°07.4'
2289: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 38°07.5' on 8 August . The index error is 5.2' off the arc. The height of eye is 72 feet (22 meters). What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 38°08.4'
    b. 38°13.3'
    c. 38°19.2'
    d. 38°23.4'
2290: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 75°12.3' on 6 August . The index error is 1.5' off the arc. The height of eye is 32 feet (9.8 meters). What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 75°18.6'
    b. 75°24.0'
    c. 75°30.7'
    d. 75°34.6'
2291: You are taking a time tick using the 2100 signal from Callao, Peru. You hear a series of 1 second dashes followed by a 9 second silent period, then a long 1.3 second dash. At the beginning of the long dash, your comparing watch reads 09h 00m 10s. When compared to the chronometer, the comparing watch reads 09h 01m 20s, and the chronometer reads 08h 59m 22s. What is the chronometer error?

    a. 1m 48s slow
    b. 0m 38s slow
    c. 1m 10s fast
    d. 0m 10s fast
2292: In addition to those found in the Coast Pilot, information concerning anchorage regulations for this area may be obtained from __________.

    a. Chesapeake Bay Port Authority, Hampton VA
    b. Virginia - Maryland Pilots Association
    c. Commanding General, Corps of Engineers, Washington, D.C.
    d. Office of the Commander 5th Coast Guard District
2293: As you pass under the Baton Rouge R.R. and Hwy 190 Bridge C233.9 AHP), you find that the Kinder Morgan Bulk Terminals are indicated by which numbered box?

    a. 10
    b. 9
    c. 8
    d. 7
2294: You are passing Eastwood Lt. (mile 849.3 AHP) and the map indicates that Bunge Grain facility would be located at the square with number __________.

    a. 4
    b. 6
    c. 8
    d. 10
2296: If your vessel is making turns for 7.5 mph with an estimated average current of 1.5 mph, what is your ETA at the dock in Angelina, LA?

    a. 1621, 28 Dec
    b. 2203, 28 Dec
    c. 0516, 29 Dec
    d. 1621, 29 Dec
2297: The Platte River empties into which river?

    a. Mississippi
    b. Ohio
    c. Missouri
    d. Tennessee
2319: You complete changing out your tow and get underway enroute Ark City Tank Storage (mile 554.0 AHP) to deliver the tank barges. What is the distance you must travel from Cairo Point Light?

    a. 606.8 miles
    b. 554.0 miles
    c. 399.8 miles
    d. 202.1 miles
2320: The highest point on your towboat is 48 feet above the water, and the Memphis Gage reads +7.5 feet. What is the vertical clearance when you pass under the Hernando Desoto Bridge in Memphis?

    a. 48.0 feet
    b. 53.2 feet
    c. 68.2 feet
    d. 116.0 feet
2321: At 2350 on 23 June, you are at mile 610.5 AHP when you see about a mile ahead lights on the water near the left bank. What might you see when you come abreast of these lights?

    a. Privately maintained buoys at a yacht club
    b. Government buoys marking the Hurricane Point dikes
    c. Barges moored at the Dennis Landing Terminal
    d. A pipeline discharging dredge spoil
2322: At 1032 on 24 June, you pass Carolina Landing Light (mile 508.8 AHP). What has been the average current since 2350, 23 June, if you have been making turns for 9.0 mph?

    a. 0.5 mph
    b. 1.5 mph
    c. 5.7 mph
    d. 8.5 mph
2324: At 1547 ZT, on 22 May , in DR position LAT 45° 12.8' N, LONG 028° 15.4' W, the Moon’s upper limb is observed on the visible horizon, bearing 120.0° psc. Variation is 2° W. What is the deviation?

    a. 1.4°W
    b. 2.6°E
    c. 1.4°E
    d. 2.6°W
2325: Which publication contains specific information on the characteristics of Chesapeake Bay entrance?

    a. Sailing Directions
    b. Coast Pilot
    c. Chesapeake Bay Harbor-master's Manual
    d. Navigator's Manual - Chesapeake Bay
2326: The Coast Guard announces that Chesapeake Channel is closed indefinitely due to a collision in the channel between Trestle "B" and "C" of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel. You exit York Spit Channel, leaving buoy "22"
close abeam to port at 0.1 mile, and alter course to leave Horseshoe Crossing Lighted Bell Buoy "HC" abeam to port at 0.2 mile. What is the course per gyrocompass?

    a. 185°pgc
    b. 188°pgc
    c. 191°pgc
    d. 194°pgc
2327: After you enter Thimble Shoal Channel, you will alter course to pass between Trestle "A" and "B". Based upon your present position, passing buoy "12" to port, what is TRUE?

    a. You are required to proceed outbound in the North Auxiliary Channel to avoid ferry traffic
    b. You may proceed outbound in Thimble Shoal Channel
    c. You should cross the main channel and proceed outbound in the South Auxiliary Channel
    d. Water depth is 38 feet.
2328: As you pass through the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel, you sight Trestle "B" in line bearing 018°pgc. What is the gyro error by observation?

    a. 2°E
    b. 0°
    c. 2°W
    d. 4°W
2329: You sighted Trestle "B" in line at 0706 and are steering 108°T. At 0731, Cape Henry Light bears 136°T; Cape Charles Light bears 032.5°T; and Thimble Shoal Tunnel South Light bears 282°T. What was the speed made good between 0706 and 0731?

    a. 8.3 knots
    b. 8.8 knots
    c. 9.2 knots
    d. 9.4 knots
2330: At 0731, what is the approximate depth of water?

    a. 31 feet (9.4 meters)
    b. 41 feet (12.5 meters)
    c. 52 feet (15.7 meters)
    d. 58 feet (17.6 meters)
2330: At 0731, what is the approximate depth of water?

    a. 31 feet (9.4 meters)
    b. 41 feet (12.5 meters)
    c. 52 feet (15.7 meters)
    d. 58 feet (17.6 meters)
2331: What is the coastwise distance from your 0731 fix to Wilmington, DE (LAT 39°43.2'N, LONG 75°31.5'W)?

    a. 339 miles
    b. 309 miles
    c. 245 miles
    d. 221 miles
2332: If you are making 8.3 knots over the ground, what is your ETA at the turning point in York Spit Channel at buoy "29"?

    a. 0521
    b. 0509
    c. 0459
    d. 0448
2333: You observe the lower limb of the Sun at a sextant altitude (hs) of 37°47.2' on 11 October . The index error is 3.0' off the arc. The height of eye is 63 feet (19.2 meters). What is the observed altitude (Ho)?

    a. 37°25.2'
    b. 37°42.5'
    c. 37°51.5'
    d. 37°57.5'
2335: You are underway and intend to make good a course of 088°T. You experience a current with a set and drift of 300°T at 2.4 knots, and a southerly wind produces a leeway of 3°. You adjust your course to compensate for the current and leeway, while maintaining an engine speed of 16 knots. What will be your speed made good over your intended course of 088°T?

    a. 13.4 knots
    b. 13.9 knots
    c. 14.4 knots
    d. 14.9 knots
2336: You have steamed 916 miles at 13 knots, and consumed 166 tons of fuel. If you have to steam 1325 miles to complete the voyage, how many tons of fuel will be consumed while steaming at 14 knots?

    a. 133 tons
    b. 181 tons
    c. 207 tons
    d. 278 tons
2339: You have steamed 1260 miles at 18 knots, and consumed 205 tons of fuel. If you have to steam 1423 miles to complete the voyage, how many tons of fuel will be consumed while steaming at 16 knots?

    a. 143 tons
    b. 183 tons
    c. 293 tons
    d. 333 tons
2340: You have steamed 775 miles at 17 knots, and consumed 145 tons of fuel. If you have to steam 977 miles to complete the voyage, how many tons of fuel will be consumed while steaming at 18 knots?

    a. 204 tons
    b. 181 tons
    c. 163 tons
    d. 129 tons
2341: You have steamed 1175 miles at 19 knots, and consumed 257 tons of fuel. If you have to steam 1341 miles to complete the voyage, how many tons of fuel will be consumed while steaming at 18 knots?

    a. 293 tons
    b. 263 tons
    c. 202 tons
    d. 172 tons
2351: What is the distance in river miles, from the new mouth of the White River to the Petroleum Fuel & Terminal Co. (mile 144.6 AHP)?

    a. 454 miles
    b. 427 miles
    c. 384 miles
    d. 370 miles
2367: At 0850, 4 January, you pass the Gage at Natchez, MS which reads 26.8 feet. The low water reference plane (LWRP) for Natchez is 6.1 feet. What is the water level in relation to the low water reference plane?

    a. 20.7 ft below
    b. 20.7 ft above
    c. 32.9 ft below
    d. 32.9 ft above
2368: At 2100, January 12, you are passing Cherokee Landing Lt. (mile 112.5 UMR). What has been your speed over the ground since leaving St. Louis, MO (mile 181 UMR).

    a. 10.4 mph
    b. 9.8 mph
    c. 9.2 mph
    d. 8.8 mph
2370: As you pass under the Vicksburg Bridges, you estimate the current as 3.0 mph. What is the speed over the ground, if your vessel is making turns for 10.5 mph?

    a. 16.5 mph
    b. 13.5 mph
    c. 10.5 mph
    d. 7.5 mph
2371: Which of the following statements are TRUE?

    a. Oil well structures are listed in the Light List.
    b. All aids to navigation with lights have lateral significance.
    c. On the Western Rivers, crossing marks may exhibit white lights.
    d. None of the above.
2392: Which company does NOT have a marine facility in Rosedale harbor (mile 585 AHP)?

    a. Sanders Elevator Corp
    b. Rosedale-Boliver County Port Commission
    c. T.L. James
    d. Cives Steel Company
2402: You will enter waters governed by the International Rules when __________.

    a. you cross the territorial sea boundary line
    b. enter the pilotage area
    c. you cross the boundary of the contiguous zone
    d. Cape Henry Light bears 202°T
2403: At 0812 you obtain the following information:

Chesapeake Light bearing 091° true @ a range of 10.5 nm

What is your 0812 position?

    a. LAT 36°53.7'N, LONG 75°56.0'W
    b. LAT 36°53.8'N, LONG 75°56.1'W
    c. LAT 36°54.4'N, LONG 75°55.9'W
    d. LAT 36°54.6'N, LONG 75°55.8'W
2404: At 0812, you are on course 132°T. The standard magnetic compass reads 135°. What should you conclude?

    a. The deviation table is correct for that heading.
    b. Your compass may be influenced by a local magnetic disturbance.
    c. You should adjust the magnetic compass.
    d. The deviation is increasing as you go south.
2405: You are underway and intend to make good a course of 350°T. You experience a current with a set and drift of 070°T at 1.5 knots, and a westerly wind produces a leeway of 4°. You adjust your course to compensate for the current and leeway, while maintaining an engine speed of 10 knots. What will be your speed made good over your intended course of 350°T?

    a. 9.4 knots
    b. 9.8 knots
    c. 10. 2knots
    d. 10.6 knots
2424: As you approach mile 225 AHP, you notice on the map a brown broken-lined rectangular shaped area along the bank. This indicates __________.

    a. weirs
    b. a revetment
    c. a fleeting area
    d. utility crossing
2425: You are taking a time tick using the 2100 signal from Callao, Peru. You hear a series of 1 second dashes followed by a 9 second silent period, then a long 1.3 second dash. At the beginning of the long dash, your comparing watch reads 09h 00m 07s. When compared to the chronometer, the comparing watch reads 09h 01m 12s, and the chronometer reads 08h 59m 32s. What is the chronometer error?

    a. 1m 33s slow
    b. 0m 28s slow
    c. 1m 05s fast
    d. 0m 07s fast
2442: Anchorage regulations for this area may be obtained from __________.

    a. Office of Commander 2nd Coast Guard District
    b. District Engineer, Corps of Engineers, Norfolk, VA
    c. Virginia - Maryland Pilots Association
    d. Chesapeake Bay Port Authority, Hampton VA
2454: What is the width of the widest span of the Cairo Highway Bridge (Upper Mississippi River mile 1.3)?

    a. 800 feet
    b. 675 feet
    c. 625 feet
    d. 503 feet
2455: You are underway and intend to make good a course of 170°T. You experience a current with a set and drift of 050°T at 2.8 knots, and a easterly wind produces a leeway of 3°. You adjust your course to compensate for the current and leeway, while maintaining an engine speed of 18.5 knots. What will be your speed made good over your intended course of 170°T?

    a. 18.5 knots
    b. 18.1 knots
    c. 17.6 knots
    d. 17.2 knots
2456: You have steamed 520 miles at 22 knots and burning 319 barrels of fuel per day. You must decrease your consumption to 137 barrels per day with 410 miles left in your voyage. What must you reduce your speed (kts) to in order to burn this amount of fuel?

    a. 12.8
    b. 14.8
    c. 16.2
    d. 18.2
2457: You have steamed 369 miles at 16 knots and burning 326 barrels of fuel per day. You must decrease your consumption to 212 barrels per day with 271 miles left in your voyage. What must you reduce your speed (kts) to in order to burn this amount of fuel?

    a. 11.1
    b. 12.9
    c. 13.6
    d. 15.1
2458: You have steamed 560 miles at 23 knots and burning 524 barrels of fuel per day. You must decrease your consumption to 260 barrels per day with 316 miles left in your voyage. What must you reduce your speed (kts) to in order to burn this amount of fuel?

    a. 16.3
    b. 18.6
    c. 19.9
    d. 21.6
2459: You have steamed 432 miles at 18 knots and burning 406 barrels of fuel per day. You must decrease your consumption to 221 barrels per day with 190 miles left in your voyage. What must you reduce your speed (kts) to in order to burn this amount of fuel?

    a. 10.6
    b. 12.8
    c. 16.5
    d. 17.7
2460: You have steamed 499 miles at 21 knots and burning 462 barrels of fuel per day. You must decrease your consumption to 221 barrels per day with 311 miles left in your voyage. What must you reduce your speed (kts) to in order to burn this amount of fuel?

    a. 17.3
    b. 18.4
    c. 19.1
    d. 20.0
2461: You have steamed 540 miles at 22 knots and burning 618 barrels of fuel per day. You must decrease your consumption to 372 barrels per day with 299 miles left in your voyage. What must you reduce your speed (kts) to in order to burn this amount of fuel?

    a. 16.5
    b. 17.6
    c. 19.1
    d. 20.0
2462: You have steamed 504 miles at 21 knots and burning 633 barrels of fuel per day. You must decrease your consumption to 410 barrels per day with 399 miles left in your voyage. What must you reduce your speed (kts) to in order to burn this amount of fuel?

    a. 20.1
    b. 19.0
    c. 16.2
    d. 15.0
2463: You have steamed 491 miles at 20 knots and burning 568 barrels of fuel per day. You must decrease your consumption to 265 barrels per day with 313 miles left in your voyage. What must you reduce your speed (kts) to in order to burn this amount of fuel?

    a. 10.9
    b. 14.3
    c. 17.1
    d. 18.2
2464: You have steamed 449 miles at 19 knots and burning 476 barrels of fuel per day. You must decrease your consumption to 185 barrels per day with 362 miles left in your voyage. What must you reduce your speed (kts) to in order to burn this amount of fuel?

    a. 13.2
    b. 14.3
    c. 17.1
    d. 18.2
2500: You are underway and intend to make good a course of 227°T. You experience a current with a set and drift of 350°T at 2.1 knots, and a northwest wind produces a leeway of 5°. You adjust your course to compensate for the current and leeway, while maintaining an engine speed of 11 knots. What will be your speed made good over your intended course of 227°T?

    a. 18.5 knots
    b. 18.1 knots
    c. 17.6 knots
    d. 17.2 knots
2531: When you pass under the Jefferson Barracks Highway Bridge (mile 168.6 UMR) what will be your vertical clearance if the highest point on your towboat is 55 feet and the St Louis Gage reads 21 feet?

    a. 11.8 feet
    b. 14.6 feet
    c. 19.7 feet
    d. 25.8 feet
2532: At 0715, on March 9, you pass Knox Landing GagE C313.8 AHP) and estimate the current will average 3.5 mph for the remainder of the time on the Mississippi River. What is your ETA at the mouth of the Ohio River if you increase speed to turn for 10 mph?

    a. 0640, 11 March
    b. 0554, 12 March
    c. 0943, 13 March
    d. 1242, 13 March
2533: In high water conditions, which publication would you consult for the latest information on buoys between Baton Rouge and Cairo?

    a. List of Buoys and Daymarks
    b. Coast Pilot
    c. Army Corps. of Engineers Navigation Chart
    d. U.S.C.G. Local Notice to Mariners
2534: Your company wants to know at what time you will be arriving at the fleeting area at Sycamore Chute Light (mile 740.3 AHP) in Memphis, TN You are making turns for 9.0 mph and you estimate the average current at 2.2 mph. Figuring the distance and time from Hole in the Wall Lt. (mile 373.4 AHP), what is your ETA at Sycamore Chute Lt.?

    a. 0557, April 19th
    b. 1045, April 19th
    c. 1242, April 19th
    d. 1733, April 19th
2535: What is the mile point of Hickman, KY Gage?

    a. 846.4 AHP
    b. 889.0 AHP
    c. 922.0 AHP
    d. 937.2 AHP
2536: You have steamed 463 miles at 19 knots and burning 440 barrels of fuel per day. You must decrease your consumption to 200 barrels per day with 410 miles left in your voyage. What must you reduce your speed (kts) to in order to burn this amount of fuel?

    a. 12.1
    b. 13.6
    c. 15.2
    d. 17.5
2577: On 23 July, you take a time tick using the 0900 GMT Cape Town broadcast. You hear a repeating series of 59 dots followed by a dash. At the beginning of the fifth dash you start your stopwatch. The chronometer reads 08h 39m 16s at the time the stopwatch reads 01m 42s. The chronometer error at 0900 GMT, 22 July, was 22m 24s slow. What is the chronometer rate?

    a. 00m 02s losing
    b. 01m 02s gaining
    c. 22m 24s losing
    d. 22m 26s slow
2578: On 12 November, you are taking a time tick using the 1600 GMT BBC Broadcast. You hear five pulses followed by a longer pulse. At the start of the longer pulse you start a stopwatch. You stop the stopwatch at the same time reading the chronometer with the following results: stopwatch 03m 19s, chronometer 15h 59m 46s. What is the chronometer error?

    a. 01m 14s slow
    b. 03m 19s fast
    c. 03m 33s slow
    d. 06m 54s slow
2581: At 1732, Bartlett Reef Lt bears 016°psc. Race Rock Lt bears 125.5°psc with a radar range of 4.4 miles. What is the set and drift?

    a. 116°, 0.4 knot
    b. 116°, 1.0 knot
    c. 296°, 0.4 knot
    d. 296°, 1.0 knot
2582: From your 1750 GPS position at LAT 41°15.6'N, LONG 072°11.5'W, you plot a course of 255°T at 8.5 kts. At what time would you see Falkner Island Light, if visibility is 10 miles?

    a. 1819
    b. 1850
    c. 1910
    d. 1917
2583: You lose GPS and are navigating solely on LORAN. What LORAN line would you follow to leave Six Mile Reef buoy "8C" abeam to port at 1.0 mile?

    a. 9960-W-14885.0
    b. 9960-Y-43980.5
    c. 9960-Y-43982.0
    d. 9960-Y-43983.5
2584: At 1930 you obtain two radar ranges: Hammonasset Point at 4.1 miles and the East side of Falkner Island at 7.6 miles. What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°11.2'N, LONG 072°30.6'W
    b. LAT 41°11.7'N, LONG 072°29.2'W
    c. LAT 41°11.8'N, LONG 072°29.6'W
    d. LAT 41°11.9'N, LONG 072°29.2'W
2585: At 2000 you plot your position as: LAT 41°11'N, LONG 072°35'W. The set and drift is 095°T at 0.8 knot. What course must you steer, and what engine speed must you turn, in order to make good 255°T at 8.5 knots?

    a. 257°T, 9.3 knots
    b. 253°T, 9.3 knots
    c. 257°T, 7.7 knots
    d. 253°T, 7.7 knots
2586: At 2100 Branford Reef Light bears 347°psc and Falkner Island Light bears 059°psc. You also get a radar range of 5.3 miles from Branford Reef Light. What are your LORAN readings?

    a. 14994.0, 26473.0, 43982.0
    b. 14994.5, 26482.0, 43982.0
    c. 14996.0, 26477.5, 43981.0
    d. 14997.5, 26479.5, 43981.0
2587: What VHF frequency would you use to listen to a weather forecast for the eastern part of Long Island Sound?

    a. 156.65 MHz
    b. 156.85 MHz
    c. 162.475 MHz
    d. 162.775 MHz
2588: At 2130 New Haven buoy "NH" bears 337° per gyro compass and Middle Ground Lt bears 254° per gyro compass. You must arrive 0.3 miles off Port Jefferson buoy "PJ" at 2300. What speed will you have to make good, for arrival at 2300?

    a. 9.0 knots
    b. 9.3 knots
    c. 9.6 knots
    d. 10.7 knots
2589: From the 2130 position, you steer 236°T at 10 knots. A strong northerly wind is causing 4° of leeway. What course must you steer per standard compass, to make good 236°T?

    a. 232° psc
    b. 240° psc
    c. 244° psc
    d. 252° psc
2590: You have maneuvered for traffic and at 2215 you obtain the following radar information:

Middle Ground Light bearing 287° pgc @ 6.65 nm


What course must you steer to arrive at buoy "PJ", passing 0.5 nm off "Mt Misery Shoal"?

    a. 237° psc
    b. 257° psc
    c. 261° psc
    d. 265° psc
2591: Which statement best describes the shoreline at Mount Misery?

    a. Wooded, barren hills with a rocky beach
    b. Low, rocky cliffs with heavily wooded hills inland
    c. Sand dunes and beaches with a mud and sand bottom
    d. Sand bluffs 60 feet high and banks dug out by sand and gravel companies
2592: What chart would you need to enter Port Jefferson Harbor?

    a. 12362
    b. 12364
    c. 12369
    d. 12370
2593: At 2315, you are notified that the Port Jefferson pilot will be delayed. Old Field Point Light bears 257°T, Stratford Shoal Middle Ground Light bears 355°T and Port Jefferson East Breakwater Light bears 171°T. What is the depth under the keel at this time on December 4, 1983?

    a. 41 feet
    b. 47 feet
    c. 51 feet
    d. 57 feet
2594: What will be the current at Port Jefferson entrance at 0130 on December 5, 1983?

    a. 1.4 knots, flood
    b. 1.4 knots, ebb
    c. 0.8 knot, flood
    d. 0.8 knot, ebb
2595: At 0145 you take on the pilot and are inbound Port Jefferson. The ship's heading is 147°pgc when lined up on the Port Jefferson range. What is your gyro error?

    a. 1° W
    b. 1° E
    c. 2° E
    d. 0°
2651: You are steering 246°T, and a light is picked up dead ahead at a distance of 14 miles at 1037. You change course to pass the light 2.5 miles off abeam to port. If you are making 12 knots, what is your ETA at the position 2.5 miles off the light?

    a. 1143
    b. 1146
    c. 1149
    d. 1152
2652: You are steering 163°T, and a light is picked up dead ahead at a distance of 11 miles at 0142. You change course to pass the light 2 miles off abeam to starboard. If you are making 13 knots, what is your ETA at the position 2 miles off the light?

    a. 0226
    b. 0229
    c. 0232
    d. 0235
2653: You are steering 019°T, and a light is picked up dead ahead at a distance of 11.6 miles at 0216. You change course to pass the light 3 miles off abeam to port. If you are making 14 knots, what is your ETA at the position 3 miles off the light?

    a. 0258
    b. 0301
    c. 0304
    d. 0307
2654: You are steering 231°T, and a light is picked up dead ahead at a distance of 12.3 miles at 0338. You change course to pass the light 4 miles off abeam to starboard. If you are making 16.5 knots, what is your ETA at the position 4 miles off the light?

    a. 0420
    b. 0423
    c. 0426
    d. 0429
2655: You are steering 078°T, and a light is picked up dead ahead at a distance of 15.6 miles at 2316. You change course to pass the light 4.5 miles off abeam to port. If you are making 17 knots, what is your ETA at the position 4.5 miles off the light?

    a. 0006
    b. 0009
    c. 0012
    d. 0015
2656: You are steering 257°T, and a light is picked up dead ahead at a distance of 13.3 miles at 2016. You change course to pass the light 4 miles off abeam to starboard. If you are making 18.5 knots, what is your ETA at the position 4 miles off the light?

    a. 2057
    b. 2100
    c. 2103
    d. 2113
2657: You are steering 349°T, and a light is picked up dead ahead at a distance of 17.2 miles at 2122. You change course to pass the light 4.5 miles off abeam to port. If you are making 19.5 knots, what is your ETA at the position 4.5 miles off the light?

    a. 2207
    b. 2210
    c. 2213
    d. 2216
2658: You are steering 202°T, and a light is picked up dead ahead at a distance of 14.6 miles at 2234. You change course to pass the light 5 miles off abeam to starboard. If you are making 21 knots, what is your ETA at the position 5 miles off the light?

    a. 2310
    b. 2313
    c. 2316
    d. 2319
2659: You are steering 115°T, and a light is picked up dead ahead at a distance of 16.7 miles at 0522. You change course to pass the light 3.5 miles off abeam to port. If you are making 12 knots, what is your ETA at the position 3.5 miles off the light?

    a. 0644
    b. 0647
    c. 0650
    d. 0653
2659: You are steering 115°T, and a light is picked up dead ahead at a distance of 16.7 miles at 0522. You change course to pass the light 3.5 miles off abeam to port. If you are making 12 knots, what is your ETA at the position 3.5 miles off the light?

    a. 0644
    b. 0647
    c. 0650
    d. 0653
2660: You are steering 287°T, and a light is picked up dead ahead at a distance of 19.4 miles at 0419. You change course to pass the light 4 miles off abeam to starboard. If you are making 13 knots, what is your ETA at the position 4 miles off the light?

    a. 0541
    b. 0544
    c. 0547
    d. 0550
2662: You are on course 006°T, speed 16.6 knots. At 0516 you see a light bearing 008°T at a range of 10.2. If you change course at 0528 to leave the light abeam to port at 1.0 mile,
at what time will the light be abeam?

    a. 0553
    b. 0556
    c. 0604
    d. 0607
2663: You are on course 035°T, speed 18.3 knots. At 0719 you see a buoy bearing 036°T at a range of 4.1. If you change course at 0725 to leave the buoy abeam to port at 1.0 mile,
at what time will the buoy be abeam?

    a. 0740
    b. 0738
    c. 0735
    d. 0732
2664: You are on course 061°T, at a speed of 12.4 knots. At 0839 you see a rock bearing 059°T at a range of 4.4 miles. If you change course at 0845 to leave the rock abeam to starboard at 1.5 mile, at what time will the rock be abeam?

    a. 0854
    b. 0859
    c. 0903
    d. 0906
2665: You are on course 079°T, speed 11.2 knots. At 0904 you see a daymark bearing 078°T at a range of 4.6. If you change course at 0910 to leave the daymark abeam to starboard at 0.5 mile, at what time will the daymark be abeam?

    a. 0918
    b. 0923
    c. 0928
    d. 0935
2666: You are on course 086°T, speed 11.7 knots. At 1013 you see a buoy bearing 088°T at a range of 4.8 miles. If you change course at 1019 to leave the buoy abeam to port at 1.0 mile, at what time will the buoy be abeam?

    a. 1037
    b. 1040
    c. 1043
    d. 1052
2667: Your vessel is on a course of 255°T, at 14 knots. At 2126 a lighthouse is sighted dead ahead at a distance of 11 miles. You change course at this time to pass the lighthouse 3 miles abeam to port. What will be your ETA at this position off the lighthouse?

    a. 2149
    b. 2201
    c. 2211
    d. 2228
2668: Your vessel is on a course of 255°T, at 14 knots. At 2116 a lighthouse is sighted dead ahead at a distance of 11 miles. You change course at this time to pass the lighthouse 3 miles abeam to port. What will be your ETA at this position off the lighthouse?

    a. 2149
    b. 2201
    c. 2212
    d. 2228
2669: You are steering 143°T, and a light is picked up dead ahead at a distance of 18.2 miles at 2006. You change course to pass the light 5.5 miles off abeam to port. If you are making 14.5 knots, what is your ETA at a position 5.5 miles off the light?

    a. 2115
    b. 2118
    c. 2121
    d. 2124
2671: While on a course of 349°T, a light bears 13° on the starboard bow at a distance of 10.8 miles. What course should you steer to pass 2.5 miles abeam of the light leaving it to starboard?

    a. 346°T
    b. 349°T
    c. 352°T
    d. 355°T
2672: While on a course of 283°pgc, a light bears 10° on the port bow at a distance of 8.3 miles. What course should you steer to pass 3.5 miles abeam of the light leaving it to port?

    a. 289°pgc
    b. 294°pgc
    c. 298°pgc
    d. 302°pgc
2673: At 2221 your course is 222°pgc at a speed of 11.2 knots, when radar detects a buoy bearing 355° relative, at a range of 5.8 miles. The gyro error is 2°E. If you change course at 2226, what course should you steer to leave the buoy 1.0 mile abeam to port?

    a. 206°pgc
    b. 210°pgc
    c. 228°pgc
    d. 231°pgc
2674: You are steaming on course 126°T at 14.8 knots. At 1022 you sight a buoy bearing 128°T, at a range of 4.8 miles. If you change course at 1026, what true course will you steer to leave the buoy 0.5 mile abeam to port?

    a. 136°
    b. 133°
    c. 122°
    d. 119°
2675: At 1423 you are on course 072 T° at 12.2 knots, when you sight a rock awash bearing 070°T at a range of 3.6 miles. If you change course at 1427, what course would you steer to leave the rock 1.0 mile abeam to port?

    a. 049°
    b. 054°
    c. 086°
    d. 091°
2676: While on a course of 019°pgc, a light bears 14° on the port bow at a distance of 15.3 miles. What course should you steer to pass 1.5 miles abeam of the light, leaving it to port?

    a. 006°pgc
    b. 011°pgc
    c. 013°pgc
    d. 015°pgc
2677: You sight a light 9° on your starboard bow at a distance of 21 miles. Assuming you make good your course, what will be your distance off the light when abeam?

    a. 3.3 miles
    b. 3.7 miles
    c. 4.0 miles
    d. 4.3 miles
2678: You are running coastwise on a course of 323°T, and you have a buoy bearing 11° on your port bow at a distance of 7 miles. You desire to leave the buoy abeam to port at a distance of 2.5 miles. What course should you steer?

    a. 291°T
    b. 312°T
    c. 333°T
    d. 344°T
2680: While on course 321°pgc with a 1°W gyro error, you pick up a buoy on radar bearing 001° relative at 5.2 miles. What will be the course to pass the buoy by 1 mile abeam to starboard, if you change course when the buoy is 4.5 miles away?

    a. 305°T
    b. 310°pgc
    c. 316°T
    d. 336°pgc
2681: Your vessel is on course 312°pgc and you sight a lighthouse dead ahead at a range of 10 miles. The gyro error is 3°E. What course would you steer to leave the lighthouse 1.5 miles abeam to starboard?

    a. 309°pgc
    b. 304°pgc
    c. 309°T
    d. 304°T
2682: While on a course of 066°pgc, a light bears 18° on the port bow at a distance of 12.3 miles. What course should you steer to leave the light 4 miles abeam to port?

    a. 067°pgc
    b. 072°pgc
    c. 079°pgc
    d. 085°pgc
2683: You are underway on a course of 135°pgc at 15 knots, and you sight a lighthouse dead ahead at a range of 12.5 miles at 1145. What course would you steer to leave the lighthouse 3.0 miles off your port beam?

    a. 117°pgc
    b. 121°pgc
    c. 149°pgc
    d. 154°pgc
2684: You are steering 173°T, and a light is picked up dead ahead at a distance of 13.9 miles at 0054. You change course to pass the light 4.5 miles off abeam to port. If you are making 21 knots, what is your ETA at the position 4.5 miles off the light?

    a. 0122
    b. 0125
    c. 0131
    d. 0134
2685: You are steering 031°T, and a light is picked up dead ahead at a distance of 12.7 miles at 0017. You change course to pass the light 3.5 miles off abeam to starboard. If you are making 11 knots, what is your ETA at the position 3.5 miles off the light?

    a. 0118
    b. 0121
    c. 0124
    d. 0127
2686: While on a course of 034°pgc, a light bears 8° on the port bow at a distance of 8.8 miles. What course should you steer to pass 2.5 miles abeam of the light leaving it to port?

    a. 035°pgc
    b. 043°pgc
    c. 051°pgc
    d. 059°pgc
2687: While on a course of 321°T, a light bears 7° on the starboard bow at a distance of 9.7 miles. What course should you steer to pass 3.5 miles abeam of the light leaving it to starboard?

    a. 297°T
    b. 300°T
    c. 303°T
    d. 307°T
2688: While on a course of 214°pgc, a light bears 9° on the port bow at a distance of 7.4 miles. What course should you steer to pass 2 miles abeam of the light leaving it to port?

    a. 189°pgc
    b. 209°pgc
    c. 221°pgc
    d. 229°pgc
2688: While on a course of 214°pgc, a light bears 9° on the port bow at a distance of 7.4 miles. What course should you steer to pass 2 miles abeam of the light leaving it to port?

    a. 189°pgc
    b. 209°pgc
    c. 221°pgc
    d. 229°pgc
2689: You are steering 107°T, and a light is picked up dead ahead at a distance of 11 miles at 0847. You change course to leave the light 3 miles off to starboard. If you are making 15.5 knots, what is your ETA at the position 3 miles off the light?

    a. 0928
    b. 0931
    c. 0934
    d. 0937
2690: While on a course of 066°pgc, a light bears 13° on the port bow at a distance of 12.3 miles. What course should you steer to pass 4 miles abeam of the light leaving it to port?

    a. 067°pgc
    b. 072°pgc
    c. 079°pgc
    d. 085°pgc
2691: While on a course of 159°T, a light bears 11° on the starboard bow at a distance of 10.6 miles. What course should you steer to pass 2 miles abeam of the light leaving it to starboard?

    a. 159°T
    b. 163°T
    c. 167°T
    d. 171°T
2692: While on a course of 097°pgc, a light bears 8° on the port bow at a distance of 11.7 miles. What course should you steer to pass 3 miles abeam of the light leaving it to port?

    a. 082°pgc
    b. 091°pgc
    c. 104°pgc
    d. 112°pgc
2693: While on a course of 279°T, a light bears 12° on the starboard bow at a distance of 9.3 miles. What course should you steer to pass 4 miles abeam of the light leaving it to starboard?

    a. 253°T
    b. 265°T
    c. 291°T
    d. 305°T
2694: While on a course of 152°T, a light bears 9° on the port bow at a distance of 11.6 miles. What course should you steer to pass 3 miles abeam of the light leaving it to port?

    a. 153°
    b. 158°
    c. 163°
    d. 167°
2695: You are underway on course 017°T at a speed of 14.2 knots.
You sight a buoy bearing 025°T at a radar range of 3.7 miles at 1947. If you change course at 1953, what is the course to steer to leave the buoy abeam to starboard at 0.1 mile?

    a. 021°T
    b. 024°T
    c. 027°T
    d. 030°T
2696: You are underway on course 059°T at a speed of 13.8 knots.
You sight a light bearing 064°T at a radar range of 5.1 miles at 1839. If you change course at 1845, what is the course to steer to leave the light abeam to starboard at 1.0 mile?

    a. 047°T
    b. 050°T
    c. 053°T
    d. 058°T
2697: You are underway on course 106°T at a speed of 15.3 knots.
You sight a buoy bearing 109°T at a radar range of 3.6 miles at 1725. If you change course at 1728, what is the course to steer to leave the buoy abeam to port at 0.5 mile?

    a. 100°T
    b. 117°T
    c. 120°T
    d. 125°T
2698: While on a course of 138°T, a light bears 14° on the starboard bow at a distance of 8.6 miles. What course should you steer to pass 3 miles abeam of the light leaving it to starboard?

    a. 132°T
    b. 135°T
    c. 138°T
    d. 141°T
2699: You are underway on course 137°T at a speed of 16.2 knots. You sight a rock bearing 134°T at a radar range of 4.6 miles at 1508. If you change course at 1514, what is the course to steer to leave the rock abeam to port at 1.5 miles?

    a. 162°T
    b. 158°T
    c. 154°T
    d. 151°T
2700: You are underway on course 163°T at a speed of 15.8 knots.
You sight a buoy bearing 161°T at a radar range of 5.5 miles at 1319. If you change course at 1325, what is the course to steer to leave the buoy abeam to starboard at 1.0 mile?

    a. 145°T
    b. 148°T
    c. 151°T
    d. 175°T
2701: You are underway on course 204°T at a speed of 17.3 knots. You sight a light bearing 205°T at a radar range of 4.7 miles at 1222. If you change course at 1228, what is the course to steer to leave the light abeam to port at 1.5 miles?

    a. 223°T
    b. 229°T
    c. 236°T
    d. 240°T
2702: You are underway on course 241°T at a speed of 18.2 knots.
You sight a daymark bearing 241°T at a radar range of 3.9 miles at 1006. If you change course at 1009, what is the course to steer to leave the daymark abeam to starboard at 1.0 mile?

    a. 218°T
    b. 222°T
    c. 257°T
    d. 260°T
2703: You are underway on course 254°T at a speed of 16.5 knots. You sight a rock bearing 255°T at a radar range of 6.1 miles at 0916. If you change course at 0922, what is the course to steer to leave the rock abeam to starboard at 1.5 miles?

    a. 268°T
    b. 239°T
    c. 236°T
    d. 233°T
2704: You are underway on course 340°T at a speed of 14.8 knots.
You sight a buoy bearing 342°T at a radar range of 4.8 miles at 1422. If you change course at 1428, what is the true course to steer to leave the buoy abeam to port at 1.0 mile?

    a. 327°T
    b. 354°T
    c. 357°T
    d. 001°T
2705: While on a course of 192°T, a light bears 11° on the starboard bow at a distance of 12.7 miles. What course should you steer to pass 3 miles abeam of the light leaving it to starboard?

    a. 167°T
    b. 173°T
    c. 185°T
    d. 189°T
2706: While on a course of 216°pgc, a light bears 12° on the port bow at a distance of 11.2 miles. Which course should you steer to pass 2 miles abeam of the light leaving it to port?

    a. 208°pgc
    b. 210°pgc
    c. 212°pgc
    d. 214°pgc
2707: You are underway on course 128°T at a speed of 17.6 knots. You sight a daymark bearing 126°T at a radar range of 4.3 miles at 1649. If you change course at 1654, what is the course to steer to leave the daymark abeam to starboard at 0.5 mile?

    a. 113°T
    b. 116°T
    c. 119°T
    d. 136°T
2708: While on a course of 349°T, a light bears 13° on your starboard bow at a distance of 10.8 miles. What course should you steer to pass 2.5 miles abeam of the light, leaving it to starboard?

    a. 323°
    b. 336°
    c. 349°
    d. 002°
2709: If the highest point of your towboat is 54 feet above the water and the Natchez Gage reads 24.8 feet, what will be your vertical clearance when passing under the Natchez-Vidalia westbound Highway Bridge?

    a. 35.9 feet
    b. 47.2 feet
    c. 49.6 feet
    d. 57.5 feet
2710: What does the circle with black and white quadrants across from Morgan Point Landing (769.0 miles AHP) represent?

    a. Gage reading
    b. Day Beacon
    c. Light Tower
    d. Speed zone
2711: Which light characteristics does Foster Light have?

    a. 1 green flash every 4 seconds
    b. 1 red flash every 4 seconds
    c. 2 white flashes every 5 seconds
    d. 2 red flashes every 5 seconds
2711: Which light characteristics does Foster Light have?

    a. 1 green flash every 4 seconds
    b. 1 red flash every 4 seconds
    c. 2 white flashes every 5 seconds
    d. 2 red flashes every 5 seconds
2712: What is the length of the trip?

    a. 720.8 miles
    b. 777.4 miles
    c. 897.2 miles
    d. 906.3 miles
2716: The charts show two dashed lines crossing the river just south of St. Catherine Bar Light. What does this indicate?

    a. Overhead power lines
    b. Louisiana-Mississippi ferry crossings
    c. Two railroad trestles
    d. Two submerged oil pipelines
2717: The Natchez Gage reads 16.3 feet. The high point on your towboat is 38 feet above water. What is the vertical clearance when you pass under the Natchez Highway Bridge?

    a. 79.0 feet
    b. 71.7 feet
    c. 65.2 feet
    d. 59.1 feet
2718: What organization has an installation at the uppermost end of Carthage Revetment?

    a. City of Natchez (waterfront)
    b. River Cement Co.
    c. J.M. Jones Lumber
    d. International Paper Co.
2719: If the Gage at the Greenville Highway Bridge reads 22.0 feet, and the low water reference plane (LWRP) for Greenville (Bridge). MS is 11.3 feet. What is the water level in relation to the low water reference plane?

    a. 22.1 feet below the LWRP
    b. 10.7 feet below the LWRP
    c. 10.7 feet above the LWRP
    d. 0.5 feet below the LWRP
2720: Which company utility crossing is at mile 529.7 AHP?

    a. Texas Gas Transmission Corp. submerged gas pipeline
    b. Tennessee Gas Co. submerged gas pipeline
    c. ANR Pipeline Co. submerged gas pipeline
    d. Trunkline Gas Co. submerged gas pipeline
2776: The charts show a circle with two black quadrants located at mile 846.0 AHP. What does this indicate?

    a. Hazardous chemical dock
    b. River Gage
    c. Betz-Tipton Veneers Terminal
    d. Bulletin Board
2777: The Helena Gage reads 2.3 feet. The high point on your towboat is 26 feet above water. What is the vertical clearance when you pass under the Helena Highway Bridge?

    a. 76.0 feet
    b. 84.2 feet
    c. 89.5 feet
    d. 90.7 feet
2778: What company does NOT have a marine facility along the river bank in Helena (mile 658 to 665 AHP)?

    a. Texas Eastern Pipeline Co.
    b. Helena Port Terminal, Inc.
    c. Arkansas Power & Light Co.
    d. Helena Grain Co.
2779: If the Fair Landing, AR. Gage reads -1.2 feet, what is the water level in relation to the low water reference plane? The low water reference plane (LWRP) for Fair Landing, AR. is -0.9 feet.

    a. 2.1 foot above the plane
    b. 0.3 foot above the plane
    c. 0.3 feet below the plane
    d. 1.2 feet below the plane
2780: Which type of daymark will you see as you approach Old Levee Light (mile 385.2 AHP)?

    a. Green diamond
    b. Red square
    c. Green square
    d. Private aid - no daymark
2781: Your engine speed is 9.8 mph and you estimate the current at 1.6 mph. What is your speed over the ground?

    a. 11.0 mph
    b. 9.8 mph
    c. 8.6 mph
    d. 8.2 mph
2782: What is your ETA at the Helena Highway Bridge?

    a. 1335, 24 Sept
    b. 1109, 24 Sept
    c. 0926, 24 Sept
    d. 0458, 24 Sept
2783: Which daymark would you see as you approach Red Store Light (mile 269.5 AHP)?

    a. Green square
    b. Green triangle
    c. Green diamond
    d. Red square
2784: You pass Ratcliff Light (mile 289.8) at 1650. What was your average speed since leaving Baton Rouge?

    a. 7.3 mph
    b. 7.6 mph
    c. 8.0 mph
    d. 8.3 mph
2785: At 1650 you decrease speed to make good 7.1 mph. At 2020 you are __________.

    a. abeam of Old River Control Structure Light
    b. entering the Vicksburg District of the U.S. Army Corps. of Engineers
    c. at Palmetto Point
    d. at Latitude 31°10'N
2786: At 1030, 13 January, you are passing Columbus Point Lt. (mile 936.1 AHP). What has been your average speed since leaving St. Louis (mile 181 UMR) on the 12th of January at 1400 hours?

    a. 10.4 mph
    b. 9.7 mph
    c. 9.4 mph
    d. 9.1 mph
2787: What is the length of the trip?

    a. 1088.5 miles
    b. 1332.2 miles
    c. 1334.6 miles
    d. 1566.4 miles
2788: The solid lines extending into the channel at mile 948 AHP are __________.

    a. dikes
    b. revetments
    c. spoil areas
    d. Meadwestvaco pipeline
2851: Your vessel is on a course of 297°T at 11 knots. At 0019 a light bears 274.5°T, and at 0048 the light bears 252°T.
At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0102, 2.6 miles
    b. 0108, 3.7 miles
    c. 0057, 4.6 miles
    d. 0117, 5.0 miles
2852: Your vessel is on a course of 129°T at 13 knots. At 1937 a light bears 151.5°T. At 2003 the light bears 174°T. At which time and distance off will your vessel be when abeam of this light?

    a. 2016, 2.8 miles
    b. 2016, 3.9 miles
    c. 2021, 3.9 miles
    d. 2021, 2.8 miles
2853: Your vessel is on a course of 343°T at 14 knots. At 2156 a light bears 320.5°T, and at 2217 the light bears 298°T.
At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 2232, 3.4 miles
    b. 2235, 4.3 miles
    c. 2228, 4.9 miles
    d. 2241, 6.9 miles
2854: Your vessel is on a course of 221°T at 15 knots. At 0319 a light bears 198.5°T, and at 0353 the light bears 176°T.
At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0407, 4.3 miles
    b. 0410, 5.2 miles
    c. 0417, 6.0 miles
    d. 0427, 7.4 miles
2855: Your vessel is on a course of 107°T at 16 knots. At 0403 a light bears 129.5°T, and at 0426 the light bears 152°T. At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0434, 3.2 miles
    b. 0442, 4.3 miles
    c. 0434, 4.3 miles
    d. 0442, 3.4 miles
2856: Your vessel is on a course of 034°T at 17 knots. At 0551 a light bears 056.5°T, and at 0623 the light bears 079°T. At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0636, 5.9 miles
    b. 0646, 5.9 miles
    c. 0636, 6.4 miles
    d. 0646, 6.4 miles
2857: Your vessel is on a course of 253°T at 18 knots. At 2027 a light bears 275.5°T, and at 2055 the light bears 298°T.
At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 2115, 5.9 miles
    b. 2109, 6.4 miles
    c. 2123, 7.3 miles
    d. 2104, 7.7 miles
2858: Your vessel is on a course of 082°T at 19 knots. At 0255 a light bears 059.5°T, and at 0312 the light bears 037°T.
At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0333, 5.1 miles
    b. 0321, 4.7 miles
    c. 0327, 4.3 miles
    d. 0324, 3.8 miles
2859: Your vessel is on a course of 307°T at 20 knots. At 0914 a light bears 284.5°T, and at 0937 the light bears 262°T.
At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0950, 4.4 miles
    b. 0953, 5.4 miles
    c. 0957, 6.6 miles
    d. 1002, 7.1 miles
2860: Your vessel is on a course of 144°T at 16 knots. At 0126 a light bears 166.5°T, and at 0152 the light bears 189°T.
At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0205, 4.1 miles
    b. 0210, 4.8 miles
    c. 0215, 6.0 miles
    d. 0220, 6.4 miles
2861: Your vessel is on a course of 196°T at 17 knots. At 0417 a light bears 218.5°T, and at 0442 the light bears 241°T. At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0500, 5.0 miles
    b. 0504, 6.2 miles
    c. 0500, 6.2 miles
    d. 0504, 5.0 miles
2862: Your are on course 317°T at 13 knots. A light is bearing 22.5° relative at 0640. At 0659 the same light is bearing 45° relative. At what time should the light be abeam?

    a. 0709
    b. 0712
    c. 0718
    d. 0721
2863: Your vessel is underway on a course of 115°T at 18 knots. At 1850 a lighthouse bears 137.5°T. At 1920, the same lighthouse bears 160°T. What time will the lighthouse pass abeam to starboard?

    a. 1929
    b. 1941
    c. 1949
    d. 1955
2864: You are steering a course of 316°T, and a light bears 34° on the port bow at 2053. At 2126 the same light bears 68° on the port bow, and you have run 5 miles since the first bearing. What is the ETA when the lighthouse is abeam?

    a. 2139
    b. 2143
    c. 2149
    d. 2159
2865: You are steering a course of 240°T, and a lighthouse bears 025° on the starboard bow at 2116. At 2144 the same lighthouse bears 050° on the starboard bow, and you have run 6 miles since the first bearing. What is the ETA when the lighthouse is abeam?

    a. 2156
    b. 2159
    c. 2202
    d. 2205
2866: Your vessel is on a course of 311°T at 21 knots. At 1957 a light bears 337.5°T, and at 2018 the light bears 356°T. At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 2027, 5.2 miles
    b. 2033, 6.8 miles
    c. 2039, 7.4 miles
    d. 2043, 10.3 miles
2867: Your vessel is on a course of 144°T at 20 knots. At 0022 a light bears 117.5°T, and at 0035 the light bears 099°T.
At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0044, 3.2 miles
    b. 0048, 4.3 miles
    c. 0052, 5.1 miles
    d. 0056, 6.0 miles
2868: Your vessel is on a course of 358°T at 19 knots. At 0316 a light bears 024.5°T, and at 0334 the light bears 043°T.
At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0352, 5.7 miles
    b. 0355, 6.2 miles
    c. 0359, 7.1 miles
    d. 0403, 8.0 miles
2869: Your vessel is on a course of 237°T at 18 knots. At 0404 a light bears 263.5°T, and at 0430 the light bears 282°T. At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0448, 6.8 miles
    b. 0452, 7.2 miles
    c. 0456, 7.8 miles
    d. 0500, 8.4 miles
2870: Your vessel is on a course of 126°T at 17 knots. At 0251 a light bears 099.5°T, and at 0313 the light bears 081°T. At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0327, 4.4 miles
    b. 0335, 6.2 miles
    c. 0345, 6.8 miles
    d. 0351, 7.4 miles
2871: Your vessel is on a course of 052°T at 16 knots. At 0916 a light bears 078.5°T, and at 0927 the light bears 097°T.
At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0929, 2.0 miles
    b. 0932, 2.3 miles
    c. 0935, 2.6 miles
    d. 0938, 2.9 miles
2872: Your vessel is on a course of 272°T at 15 knots. At 2113 a light bears 245.5°T, and at 2120 the light bears 227°T.
At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 2124, 1.3 miles
    b. 2127, 1.8 miles
    c. 2131, 2.3 miles
    d. 2135, 2.7 miles
2873: Your vessel is on a course of 103°T at 14 knots. At 1918 a light bears 129.5°T, and at 1937 the light bears 148°T.
At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 1947, 2.8 miles
    b. 1950, 3.2 miles
    c. 1953, 3.8 miles
    d. 1956, 4.4 miles
2874: Your vessel is on a course of 207°T at 13 knots. At 0539 a light bears 180.5°T, and at 0620 the light bears 162°T.
At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0633, 5.9 miles
    b. 0641, 6.5 miles
    c. 0653, 7.6 miles
    d. 0701, 8.9 miles
2875: Your vessel is on a course of 316°T at 12 knots. At 2326 a light bears 289.5°T, and at 2354 the light bears 271°T. At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0014, 4.8 miles
    b. 0018, 5.2 miles
    c. 0022, 5.6 miles
    d. 0026, 6.4 miles
2877: Your vessel is steering 263°T at 22 knots. At 0413 a light bears 294°T, and at 0421 the same light bears 312°T. What will be your distance off abeam?

    a. 3.4 miles
    b. 3.7 miles
    c. 4.3 miles
    d. 4.9 miles
2878: Your vessel is steering 143°T at 16 knots. At 2147 a light bears 106°T, and at 2206 the same light bears 078°T. What will be your distance off abeam?

    a. 5.1 miles
    b. 5.4 miles
    c. 5.9 miles
    d. 6.5 miles
2879: Your vessel is steering 354°T at 14 knots. At 0317 a light bears 049°T, and at 0342 the same light bears 071°T. What will be your distance off abeam?

    a. 12.4 miles
    b. 12.7 miles
    c. 13.0 miles
    d. 13.3 miles
2880: Your vessel is steering 218°T at 19 knots. At 2223 a light bears 261°T, and at 2234 the same light bears 289°T. What will be your distance off abeam?

    a. 4.5 miles
    b. 4.9 miles
    c. 5.3 miles
    d. 5.7 miles
2881: Your vessel is steering 049°T at 15 knots. At 1914 a light bears 078°T, and at 1951 the same light bears 116°T. What will be your distance off abeam?

    a. 6.7 miles
    b. 7.1 miles
    c. 7.5 miles
    d. 8.3 miles
2882: Your vessel is steering 096°T at 17 knots. At 1847 a light bears 057°T, and at 1916 the same light bears 033°T. What will be your distance off abeam?

    a. 9.9 miles
    b. 10.7 miles
    c. 11.4 miles
    d. 11.9 miles
2883: Your vessel is steering 157°T at 18 knots. At 2018 a light bears 208°T. At 2044 the same light bears 232°T. What will be your distance off when abeam?

    a. 12.8 miles
    b. 14.4 miles
    c. 15.2 miles
    d. 16.7 miles
2883: Your vessel is steering 157°T at 18 knots. At 2018 a light bears 208°T. At 2044 the same light bears 232°T. What will be your distance off when abeam?

    a. 12.8 miles
    b. 14.4 miles
    c. 15.2 miles
    d. 16.7 miles
2884: Your vessel is steering 238°T at 11 knots. At 2304 a light bears 176°T, and at 2323 the same light bears 155°T. What will be your distance off abeam?

    a. 7.5 miles
    b. 8.0 miles
    c. 8.5 miles
    d. 9.0 miles
2885: Your vessel is steering 194°T at 13 knots. At 0116 a light bears 243°T, and at 0147 the same light bears 267°T. What will be your distance off abeam?

    a. 11.2 miles
    b. 11.6 miles
    c. 12.0 miles
    d. 12.5 miles
2886: Your vessel is steering 074°T at 12 knots. At 0214 a light bears 115°T, and at 0223 the same light bears 135°T. What will be your distance off abeam?

    a. 2.4 miles
    b. 3.0 miles
    c. 3.5 miles
    d. 4.2 miles
2887: Your vessel is steering 283°T at 10 knots. At 0538 a light bears 350°T, and at 0552 the same light bears 002°T. What will be your distance off abeam?

    a. 9.6 miles
    b. 10.3 miles
    c. 10.7 miles
    d. 11.3 miles
2888: Your vessel is underway on a course of 323.5°T at a speed of 16 knots. At 1945° a light bears 350°T. At 2010 the light bears 008.5°T. What will be your distance off when abeam of the light?

    a. 3.3 miles
    b. 4.8 miles
    c. 6.7 miles
    d. 8.7 miles
2889: While underway you sight a light 11° on your port bow at a distance of 12 miles. Assuming you make good your course, what will be your distance off the light when abeam?

    a. 2.3 miles
    b. 3.1 miles
    c. 3.9 miles
    d. 4.5 miles
2890: You are steaming on a course of 084°T at a speed of 13 knots. At 1919 a lighthouse bears 106.5°T. At 1957 the same lighthouse bears 129°T. What will be your distance off the lighthouse when abeam?

    a. 4.3 miles
    b. 5.7 miles
    c. 7.1 miles
    d. 8.2 miles
2891: You are steaming on course 168°T at a speed of 18 knots. At 1426 you sight a buoy bearing 144°T. At 1435 you sight the same buoy bearing 116°T. What is your distance off at the second bearing and predicted distance when abeam?

    a. 2.3 miles 2nd bearing, 1.8 miles abeam
    b. 2.5 miles 2nd bearing, 2.8 miles abeam
    c. 2.8 miles 2nd bearing, 1.8 miles abeam
    d. 3.3 miles 2nd bearing, 2.8 miles abeam
2892: You are steaming on a course of 114°T at 17 knots. At 1122 you observe a lighthouse bearing 077°T. At 1133 the lighthouse bears 051°T. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 3.3 miles
    b. 3.9 miles
    c. 4.3 miles
    d. 4.9 miles
2893: You are steaming on a course of 253°T at 14 knots. At 2329 you observe a lighthouse bearing 282°T. At 2345 the lighthouse bears 300°T. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 3.7 miles
    b. 4.3 miles
    c. 5.2 miles
    d. 5.9 miles
2894: You are steaming on a course of 071°T at 19 knots. At 1907 you observe a lighthouse bearing 122°T. At 1915 the lighthouse bears 154°T. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 3.4 miles
    b. 3.7 miles
    c. 4.0 miles
    d. 4.3 miles
2895: You are steaming on a course of 246°T at 17 knots. At 2107 you observe a lighthouse bearing 207°T. At 2119 the lighthouse bears 179°T. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 3.9 miles
    b. 4.2 miles
    c. 4.6 miles
    d. 5.1 miles
2896: You are steaming on a course of 133°T at 16 knots. At 2216 you observe a lighthouse bearing 086°T. At 2223 the lighthouse bears 054°T. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 1.7 miles
    b. 2.0 miles
    c. 2.3 miles
    d. 2.6 miles
2897: You are steaming on a course of 327°T at 13 knots. At 0207 you observe a lighthouse bearing 020°T. At 0226 the lighthouse bears 042°T. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 8.5 miles
    b. 8.9 miles
    c. 9.2 miles
    d. 9.7 miles
2898: You are steaming on a course of 267°T at 22 knots. At 0433 you observe a lighthouse bearing 290°T. At 0452 the lighthouse bears 328°T. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 4.5 nm
    b. 5.9 nm
    c. 6.6 nm
    d. 7.2 nm
2899: You are steaming on a course of 208°T at 21 knots. At 2019 you observe a lighthouse bearing 129°T. At 2030 the lighthouse bears 103°T. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 8.2 miles
    b. 8.6 miles
    c. 8.9 miles
    d. 9.3 miles
2900: You are steaming on a course of 167°T at 19.5 knots. At 1837 you observe a lighthouse bearing 224°T. At 1904 the lighthouse bears 268°T. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 8.8 miles
    b. 9.5 miles
    c. 10.4 miles
    d. 11.3 miles
2901: You are steaming on a course of 198°T at 18.5 knots. At 0316 you observe a lighthouse bearing 235°T. At 0348 the lighthouse bears 259°T. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 14.8 miles
    b. 15.3 miles
    c. 15.8 miles
    d. 16.3 miles
2902: You are steaming on a course of 058°T at 11.5 knots. At 0209 you observe a lighthouse bearing 129°T. At 0252 the lighthouse bears 173°T. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 9.4 miles
    b. 10.7 miles
    c. 11.2 miles
    d. 12.8 miles
2903: You are steaming on a course of 025°T at 15.5 knots. At 0645 you observe a lighthouse bearing 059°T. At 0655 the same lighthouse bears 075°T. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 1.5 miles
    b. 2.6 miles
    c. 4.0 miles
    d. 5.3 miles
2904: Your vessel is on course 093°T at 15 knots. At 1835 a light bears 136°T, and at 1857 the same light bears 170°T. What was your distance off the light at 1857?

    a. 6.0 miles
    b. 6.4 miles
    c. 6.8 miles
    d. 7.2 miles
2905: You are steaming on a course of 215°T at 14 knots. At 1841 you observe a lighthouse bearing 178°T. At 1904 the same lighthouse bears 156°T. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 5.4 miles
    b. 6.6 miles
    c. 7.5 miles
    d. 8.7 miles
2905: You are steaming on a course of 215°T at 14 knots. At 1841 you observe a lighthouse bearing 178°T. At 1904 the same lighthouse bears 156°T. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 5.4 miles
    b. 6.6 miles
    c. 7.5 miles
    d. 8.7 miles
2906: You are steaming on a course of 211°T at 17 knots. At 0417 a light bears 184°T, and at 0428 the same light bears 168°T. What is the distance off the light at 0428?

    a. 3.4 miles
    b. 4.6 miles
    c. 5.1 miles
    d. 5.6 miles
2907: You are running coastwise in hazy weather; the visibility improves just before you pass a lighthouse abeam. Your speed is 15 knots, and the lighthouse was abeam at 1015. At 1037 the lighthouse is 4 points abaft the beam. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 3.9 miles
    b. 5.5 miles
    c. 6.6 miles
    d. 7.8 miles
2908: Your vessel is on a course of 223°T at 17 knots. At 1323 a lighthouse bears 318° relative. At 1341 the same lighthouse bears 287° relative. What is your distance off the lighthouse at 1341?

    a. 4.3 miles
    b. 5.1 miles
    c. 6.6 miles
    d. 7.8 miles
2909: You are running coastwise at 14 knots. You sight a lighthouse abeam at 0912. At 0939 the lighthouse is 4 points abaft the beam. What is your distance off at the second bearing?

    a. 5.5 miles
    b. 6.3 miles
    c. 7.8 miles
    d. 8.9 miles
2910: Your vessel is steaming on a course of 140°T at 15 knots. At 1530 a lighthouse bears 200°T. At 1550 it bears 249°T. What is your distance from the lighthouse at 1550?

    a. 1.15 miles
    b. 4.60 miles
    c. 5.45 miles
    d. 5.75 miles
2911: What is indicated by the two light gray shaded areas that cross the river above False River Lt. (mile 251.0 AHP)?

    a. Ferry crossings
    b. Utility crossings
    c. Aerial cable crossings
    d. Bridge construction
2912: Your vessel is on a course of 079°T at 11 knots. At 0152 a light bears 105.5°T, and at 0209 the light bears 124°T.
At what time and at what distance off will your vessel be when abeam of the light?

    a. 0219, 2.3 miles
    b. 0226, 3.1 miles
    c. 0233, 3.9 miles
    d. 0242, 4.7 miles
2913: You are turning for 7.5 mph and estimate the current at 3.0 mph. What is your ETA at the River Cement Co. in Natchez considering that you passed Cherokee Landing Lt. at 2100?

    a. 1605 on 15 January
    b. 0355 on 16 January
    c. 1244 on 16 January
    d. 1922 on 16 January
3050: The propeller on a vessel has a diameter of 23.7 feet and a pitch of 24.8 feet. What would be the apparent slip if the vessel cruised 442 miles in a 23 hour day (observed distance) at an average RPM of 89?

    a. -7.6%
    b. +7.6%
    c. -11.8%
    d. +11.8%
3051: The propeller on a vessel has a diameter of 20.6 feet and a pitch of 23.4 feet. What would be the apparent slip if the vessel cruised 538 miles in a 24 hour day (observed distance) at an average RPM of 87?

    a. -11.6%
    b. +11.6%
    c. -10.3%
    d. +10.3%
3051: The propeller on a vessel has a diameter of 20.6 feet and a pitch of 23.4 feet. What would be the apparent slip if the vessel cruised 538 miles in a 24 hour day (observed distance) at an average RPM of 87?

    a. -11.6%
    b. +11.6%
    c. -10.3%
    d. +10.3%
3052: The propeller on a vessel has a diameter of 21.2 feet and a pitch of 20.0 feet. What would be the apparent slip if the vessel cruised 391 miles in a 24 hour day (observed distance) at an average RPM of 88?

    a. -11.5%
    b. +11.5%
    c. -6.2%
    d. +6.2%
3053: The propeller on a vessel has a diameter of 19.9 feet and a pitch of 21.6 feet. What would be the apparent slip if the vessel cruised 395 miles in a 23 hour day (observed distance) at an average RPM of 78?

    a. -3.2%
    b. +3.2%
    c. -12.0%
    d. +12.0%
3054: The propeller on a vessel has a diameter of 22.8 feet and a pitch of 19.3 feet. What would be the apparent slip if the vessel cruised 287 miles in a 24 hour day (observed distance) at an average RPM of 67?

    a. -6.3%
    b. +6.3%
    c. -24.0%
    d. +24.0%
3055: The propeller on a vessel has a diameter of 24.6 feet and a pitch of 26.1 feet. What would be the apparent slip if the vessel cruised 462 miles in a 24 hour day (observed distance) at an average RPM of 72?

    a. -2.7%
    b. +2.7%
    c. -3.8%
    d. +3.8%
3056: The propeller on a vessel has a diameter of 18.8 feet and a pitch of 21.4 feet. What would be the slip if the vessel cruised 378 miles in a 24 hour day (observed distance) at an average RPM of 76?

    a. +1.9%
    b. -1.9%
    c. +4.7%
    d. -4.7%
3057: The propeller on a vessel has a diameter of 25.3 feet and a pitch of 23.2 feet. What would be the apparent slip if the vessel cruised 515 miles in a 23 hour day (observed distance) at an average RPM of 93?

    a. -3.6%
    b. +3.6%
    c. -5.2%
    d. +5.2%
3058: The propeller on a vessel has a diameter of 20.9 feet and a pitch of 19.6 feet. What would be the apparent slip if the vessel cruised 447 miles in a 23 hour day (observed distance) at an average RPM of 108?

    a. -5.6%
    b. +5.6%
    c. -7.0%
    d. +7.0%
3059: The propeller on a vessel has a diameter of 21.5 feet and a pitch of 24.5 feet. What would be the apparent slip if the vessel cruised 458 miles in a 23 hour day (observed distance) at an average RPM of 78?

    a. +5.6%
    b. -5.6%
    c. +12.3%
    d. -12.3%
3060: The propeller on a vessel has a diameter of 24.0 feet and a pitch of 21.3 feet. What would be the slip if the vessel cruised 510 miles in a 24 hour day (observed distance) at an average RPM of 86?

    a. -12.2%
    b. +12.2%
    c. -17.5%
    d. +17.5%
3061: The propeller on a vessel has a diameter of 20.2 feet and a pitch of 19.0 feet. What would be the apparent slip if the vessel cruised 367 miles in a 24 hour day (observed distance) at an average RPM of 84?

    a. +2.9%
    b. -2.9%
    c. +5.2%
    d. -5.2%
3062: The propeller on your vessel has a pitch of 22.8 feet. From 0800, 18 April, to 1020, 19 April, you steamed an observed distance of 403.6 miles. If your average RPM was 74, what was the slip?

    a. +7.0%
    b. -7.0%
    c. +8.0%
    d. -8.0%
3063: The observed distance for a day's run was 302.7 miles. The propeller had a pitch of 20'06", and the average RPM was 67. What was the slip?

    a. +0.7%
    b. -0.7%
    c. +7.0%
    d. -7.0%
3064: The propeller of a vessel has a pitch of 19.0 feet. If the vessel traveled 183.5 miles (observed distance) in 24 hours at an average of 44 RPM, what was the slip?

    a. +7.4%
    b. -7.4%
    c. +11.6%
    d. -11.6%
3065: The propeller on your vessel has a pitch of 18'09". If the observed distance for a day's run was 399.4 miles and the average RPM was 86, which statement is TRUE?

    a. The slip is a positive 5%.
    b. The day's run by engine RPM was 404.5 miles.
    c. The slip is a negative 5%.
    d. The day's run by engine RPM was 390.6 miles.
3066: The observed noon to noon run for a 24 hour period is 489 miles. The average RPM for the day was 95. The pitch of the wheel is 22.5 feet. What is the slip of the wheel?

    a. +3.2%
    b. +3.4%
    c. +3.7%
    d. +3.9%
3067: From 1020, 3 March, to 1845, 5 March, your vessel steamed an observed distance of 845.6 miles. The average RPM was 78, and the pitch of the propeller was 20'03". What was the slip?

    a. -4%
    b. +4%
    c. -8%
    d. +8%
3068: Your vessel's propeller has a pitch of 22'06". From 0530, 19 March, to 1930, 20 March, the average RPM was 82. The distance run by observation was 721.5 miles. What was the slip?

    a. +4%
    b. -4%
    c. +7%
    d. -7%
3069: If the speed necessary for reaching port at a designated time is 18.5 knots and the pitch of the propeller is 21.7 feet, how many revolutions per minute will the shaft have to turn, assuming a 4% negative slip?

    a. 83
    b. 90
    c. 97
    d. 114
3070: If the speed necessary for reaching port at a designated time is 19.6 knots and the pitch of the propeller is 24.6 feet, how many revolutions per minute will the shaft have to turn, assuming a 5% positive slip?

    a. 76
    b. 85
    c. 97
    d. 106
3071: If the speed necessary for reaching port at a designated time is 20.7 knots and the pitch of the propeller is 23.8 feet, how many revolutions per minute will the shaft have to turn, assuming a 3% negative slip?

    a. 74
    b. 79
    c. 86
    d. 98
3072: If the speed necessary for reaching port at a designated time is 17.4 knots and the pitch of the propeller is 25.6 feet, how many revolutions per minute will the shaft have to turn, assuming a 3% positive slip?

    a. 63
    b. 67
    c. 71
    d. 75
3073: If the speed necessary for reaching port at a designated time is 16.8 knots and the pitch of the propeller is 22.3 feet, how many revolutions per minute will the shaft have to turn, assuming a 4% negative slip?

    a. 61
    b. 66
    c. 73
    d. 80
3074: If the speed necessary for reaching port at a designated time is 19.2 knots and the pitch of the propeller is 22.7 feet, how many revolutions per minute will the shaft have to turn, assuming a 4% positive slip?

    a. 82
    b. 89
    c. 96
    d. 103
3075: If the speed necessary for reaching port at a designated time is 15.7 knots and the pitch of the propeller is 23.4 feet, how many revolutions per minute will the shaft have to turn, assuming a 6% negative slip?

    a. 64
    b. 68
    c. 72
    d. 76
3076: If the speed necessary for reaching port at a designated time is 16.4 knots and the pitch of the propeller is 23.8 feet, how many revolutions per minute will the shaft have to turn, assuming a 6% positive slip?

    a. 66
    b. 74
    c. 82
    d. 90
3077: If the speed necessary for reaching port at a designated time is 23.7 knots and the pitch of the propeller is 20.8 feet, how many revolutions per minute will the shaft have to turn, assuming a 7% negative slip?

    a. 108
    b. 112
    c. 116
    d. 124
3078: If the speed necessary for reaching port at a designated time is 17.8 knots and the pitch of the propeller is 24.7 feet, how many revolutions per minute will the shaft have to turn, assuming a 7% positive slip?

    a. 67
    b. 71
    c. 75
    d. 79
3078: If the speed necessary for reaching port at a designated time is 17.8 knots and the pitch of the propeller is 24.7 feet, how many revolutions per minute will the shaft have to turn, assuming a 7% positive slip?

    a. 67
    b. 71
    c. 75
    d. 79
3079: If the speed necessary for reaching port at a designated time is 18.2 knots and the pitch of the propeller is 23.9 feet, how many revolutions per minute will the shaft have to turn, assuming a 2% negative slip?

    a. 70
    b. 73
    c. 76
    d. 79
3080: If the speed necessary for reaching port at a designated time is 21.6 knots and the pitch of the propeller is 22.5 feet, how many revolutions per minute will the shaft have to turn, assuming a 2% positive slip?

    a. 81
    b. 87
    c. 95
    d. 99
3081: If the speed necessary for reaching port at a designated time is 12.6 knots and the pitch of the propeller is 13.6 feet, how many revolutions per minute will the shaft have to turn, assuming no slip?

    a. 81
    b. 85
    c. 90
    d. 94
3082: The speed of advance necessary to arrive in port at a designated time is 15.8 knots. The pitch of the propeller is 20.75 feet. You estimate 5% positive slip. How many RPM must you turn to make the necessary speed?

    a. 73.5
    b. 76.2
    c. 79.9
    d. 81.2
3083: The speed necessary to reach port at a designated time is 18.7 knots. The propeller pitch is 24'03", and you estimate 3% positive slip. How many RPM's will the shaft have to turn?

    a. 81 RPM
    b. 87 RPM
    c. 98 RPM
    d. 104 RPM
3084: If the speed necessary for reaching port at a designated time is 18.6 knots, and the pitch of the propeller is 26.2 feet, how many revolutions per minute will the shaft have to turn, assuming a 4% negative slip?

    a. 69
    b. 72
    c. 75
    d. 78
3085: You must average 16.25 knots to reach port at a designated time. Your propeller has a pitch of 21'08", and you estimate 4% negative slip. How many RPM's must you average to arrive on time?

    a. 73 RPM
    b. 77 RPM
    c. 82 RPM
    d. 88 RPM
3086: If the pitch of the propeller is 19.7 feet, and the revolutions per day are 86,178, calculate the day's run allowing 3% negative slip.

    a. 279.2 miles
    b. 287.6 miles
    c. 311.4 miles
    d. 326.2 miles
3087: If the pitch of the propeller is 20.6 feet, and the revolutions per day are 107,341, calculate the day's run allowing 3% positive slip.

    a. 352.7 miles
    b. 363.6 miles
    c. 374.5 miles
    d. 389.1 miles
3088: If the pitch of the propeller is 21.5 feet, and the revolutions per day are 96,666, calculate the day's run allowing 9% negative slip.

    a. 311.1 miles
    b. 341.8 miles
    c. 357.9 miles
    d. 372.6 miles
3089: If the pitch of the propeller is 22.4 feet, and the revolutions per day are 103,690, calculate the day's run allowing 9% positive slip.

    a. 321.7 miles
    b. 347.6 miles
    c. 382.0 miles
    d. 416.4 miles
3090: If the pitch of the propeller is 26.3 feet, and the revolutions per day are 87,421, calculate the day's run allowing 7% negative slip.

    a. 351.7 miles
    b. 378.1 miles
    c. 404.6 miles
    d. 419.3 miles
3091: If the pitch of the propeller is 25.1 feet, and the revolutions per day are 91,591, calculate the day's run allowing 7% positive slip.

    a. 351.6 miles
    b. 378.1 miles
    c. 390.0 miles
    d. 404.6 miles
3092: If the pitch of the propeller is 24.8 feet, and the revolutions per day are 93,373, calculate the day's run allowing 11% positive slip.

    a. 307.3 miles
    b. 339.0 miles
    c. 380.9 miles
    d. 422.8 miles
3093: If the pitch of the propeller is 23.2 feet, and the revolutions per day are 94,910, calculate the day's run allowing 11% negative slip.

    a. 322.3 miles
    b. 362.3 miles
    c. 382.0 miles
    d. 402.0 miles
3094: If the pitch of the propeller is 26.7 feet, and the revolutions per day are 131,717, calculate the day's run allowing 4% negative slip.

    a. 555.2 miles
    b. 578.4 miles
    c. 601.6 miles
    d. 649.4 miles
3095: If the pitch of the propeller is 21.3 feet, and the revolutions per day are 126,214, calculate the day's run allowing 4% positive slip.

    a. 424.5 miles
    b. 442.1 miles
    c. 459.9 miles
    d. 477.3 miles
3096: If the pitch of the propeller is 20.1 feet, and the revolutions per day are 118,178, calculate the day's run allowing 6% negative slip.

    a. 367.2 miles
    b. 381.6 miles
    c. 398.4 miles
    d. 414.1 miles
3097: If the pitch of the propeller is 19.4 feet, and the revolutions per day are 96,713, calculate the day's run allowing 6% positive slip.

    a. 266.4 miles
    b. 290.1 miles
    c. 308.6 miles
    d. 327.1 miles
3098: If the pitch of the propeller is 21.2 feet, and the revolutions per day are 93,660, calculate the day's run allowing 5% positive slip.

    a. 163.3 miles
    b. 217.8 miles
    c. 310.3 miles
    d. 342.9 miles
3099: The propellers on your twin screw vessel have a pitch of 16'04". What is the distance in a day's run if the average RPM is 94, and you estimate 7% positive slip?

    a. 338.3 miles
    b. 389.3 miles
    c. 676.6 miles
    d. 778.6 miles
3100: The pitch of the propeller on your vessel is 19'09". You estimate the slip at -3%. If you averaged 82 RPM for the day's run, how many miles did you steam?

    a. 370.8
    b. 373.6
    c. 393.7
    d. 395.3
3101: You are turning 100 RPM, with a propeller pitch of 25 feet, and an estimated slip of -5%. What is the speed of advance?

    a. 24.7 knots
    b. 23.5 knots
    c. 25.9 knots
    d. 22.3 knots
3102: You are turning 88 RPM, with a propeller pitch of 19 feet, and an estimated slip of 0%. What is the speed of advance?

    a. 16.5 knots
    b. 16.9 knots
    c. 17.3 knots
    d. 18.1 knots
3103: You are turning 93 RPM, with a propeller pitch of 25 feet, and an estimated slip of 0%. What is the speed of advance?

    a. 20.2 knots
    b. 21.9 knots
    c. 22.4 knots
    d. 22.9 knots
3104: You are turning 84 RPM, with a propeller pitch of 22 feet, and an estimated slip of 0%. What is the speed of advance?

    a. 16.8 knots
    b. 17.7 knots
    c. 18.0 knots
    d. 18.2 knots
3105: You are turning 82 RPM, with a propeller pitch of 23 feet, and an estimated slip of +6%. What is the speed of advance?

    a. 17.5 knots
    b. 17.9 knots
    c. 18.4 knots
    d. 19.7 knots
3106: You are turning 85 RPM, with a propeller pitch of 19 feet, and an estimated slip of +3%. What is the speed of advance?

    a. 14.7 knots
    b. 15.5 knots
    c. 16.4 knots
    d. 17.1 knots
3107: You are turning 68 RPM, with a propeller pitch of 18 feet, and an estimated slip of +2%. What is the speed of advance?

    a. 10.7 knots
    b. 11.5 knots
    c. 11.8 knots
    d. 12.3 knots
3108: You are turning 105 RPM, with a propeller pitch of 17 feet, and an estimated slip of -1%. What is the speed of advance?

    a. 15.3 knots
    b. 16.9 knots
    c. 17.4 knots
    d. 17.8 knots
3109: You are turning 90 RPM, with a propeller pitch of 24 feet, and an estimated slip of -3%. What is the speed of advance?

    a. 18.8 knots
    b. 19.2 knots
    c. 20.6 knots
    d. 21.9 knots
3110: You are turning 78 RPM, with a propeller pitch of 21 feet, and an estimated slip of -7%. What is the speed of advance?

    a. 14.9 knots
    b. 15.7 knots
    c. 17.3 knots
    d. 17.8 knots
3111: You are turning 100 RPM, with propeller pitch of 25 feet, and an estimated negative slip of 5%. What is the speed of advance?

    a. 23.4 knots
    b. 24.7 knots
    c. 25.9 knots
    d. 26.3 knots
3112: While enroute from Montevideo to Walvis Bay a vessel's course is 116°psc. The variation for the locality is 25°W and the deviation is 6°W. What is the true course made good if a southerly wind produces 1° leeway?

    a. 084°T
    b. 086°T
    c. 148°T
    d. 085°T
3250: You are taking a time tick using the 1200 signal from Valparaiso, Chile. You hear a series of 1 second dashes followed by a 9 second silent period, then a long 1.3 second dash. At the beginning of the long dash, your comparing watch reads 12h 00m 18s. When compared to the chronometer, the comparing watch reads 12h 01m 23s, and the chronometer reads 11h 59m 35s. What is the chronometer error?

    a. 0m 18s fast
    b. 1m 05s fast
    c. 0m 25s slow
    d. 1m 30s slow
3251: You have steamed 916 miles at 13 knots, and consumed 166 tons of fuel. If you have 203 tons of usable fuel remaining, how far can you steam at 14 knots?

    a. 757 miles
    b. 841 miles
    c. 966 miles
    d. 1108 miles
3252: You have steamed 803 miles at 13 knots, and consumed 179 tons of fuel. If you have 371 tons of usable fuel remaining, how far can you steam at 16 knots?

    a. 1099 miles
    b. 1374 miles
    c. 1833 miles
    d. 2581 miles
3253: You have steamed 925 miles at 13.5 knots, and consumed 181 tons of fuel. If you have 259 tons of usable fuel remaining, how far can you steam at 16 knots?

    a. 795 miles
    b. 942 miles
    c. 1117 miles
    d. 1409 miles
3254: You have steamed 746 miles at 14.0 knots, and consumed 152 tons of fuel. If you have 201 tons of usable fuel remaining, how far can you steam at 10 knots?

    a. 1381 miles
    b. 1934 miles
    c. 2263 miles
    d. 2707 miles
3255: You have steamed 836 miles at 14.5 knots, and consumed 191 tons of fuel. If you have 310 tons of usable fuel remaining, how far can you steam at 17 knots?

    a. 842 miles
    b. 987 miles
    c. 1157 miles
    d. 1865 miles
3256: You have steamed 918 miles at 15.0 knots, and consumed 183 tons of fuel. If you have 200 tons of usable fuel remaining, how far can you steam at 12 knots?

    a. 1021 miles
    b. 1261 miles
    c. 1568 miles
    d. 1960 miles
3257: You have steamed 824 miles at 15.5 knots, and consumed 179 tons of fuel. If you have 221 tons of usable fuel remaining, how far can you steam at 18 knots?

    a. 495 miles
    b. 650 miles
    c. 754 miles
    d. 876 miles
3258: You have steamed 525 miles at 16.0 knots, and consumed 105 tons of fuel. If you have 308 tons of usable fuel remaining, how far can you steam at 19 knots?

    a. 920 miles
    b. 1092 miles
    c. 1297 miles
    d. 2172 miles
3259: You have steamed 607 miles at 17.0 knots, and consumed 121 tons of fuel. If you have 479 tons of usable fuel remaining, how far can you steam at 14.5 knots?

    a. 1211 miles
    b. 1748 miles
    c. 2817 miles
    d. 3303 miles
3260: You have steamed 726 miles at 17.5 knots, and consumed 138 tons of fuel. If you have 252 tons of usable fuel remaining, how far can you steam at 13.5 knots?

    a. 789 miles
    b. 1326 miles
    c. 1719 miles
    d. 2228 miles
3262: You have steamed 632 miles at 18.5 knots, and consumed 197 tons of fuel. If you have 278 tons of usable fuel remaining, how far can you steam at 15.0 knots?

    a. 681 miles
    b. 892 miles
    c. 1100 miles
    d. 1357 miles
3263: You have steamed 1124 miles at 21 knots, and consumed 326 tons of fuel. If you have 210 tons of usable fuel remaining, how far can you steam at 17 knots?

    a. 1096 miles
    b. 1105 miles
    c. 1218 miles
    d. 1304 miles
3264: You have steamed 1134 miles at 10 knots, and consumed 121 tons of fuel. If you have to steam 1522 miles to complete the voyage, how many tons of fuel will be consumed while steaming at 12 knots?

    a. 146 tons
    b. 189 tons
    c. 200 tons
    d. 234 tons
3265: You have steamed 1587 miles at 11.2 knots, and have consumed one-half of your total fuel capacity of 2840 bbls. What is the maximum speed you can steam to complete the remaining 1951 miles?

    a. 9.1 knots
    b. 9.9 knots
    c. 10.1 knots
    d. 11.6 knots
3266: Your vessel has consumed 1087 bbls of fuel after steaming 2210 miles at a speed of 10.75 kts. What is the maximum speed you can steam for the last 1000 miles of the voyage on the remaining 725 bbls, if you estimate 3% of the fuel is not usable?

    a. 11.43 knots
    b. 11.76 knots
    c. 12.84 knots
    d. 15.33 knots
3267: Your vessel arrives in port with sufficient fuel to steam 726 miles at 16 knots. If you are unable to take on bunkers, at what speed must you proceed to reach your next port, 873 miles distant?

    a. 14.6 knots
    b. 15.1 knots
    c. 16.3 knots
    d. 16.8 knots
3268: Your vessel arrives in port with sufficient fuel to steam 595 miles at 14 knots. If you are unable to take on bunkers, at what speed must you proceed to reach your next port, 707 miles distant?

    a. 12.2 knots
    b. 12.5 knots
    c. 12.8 knots
    d. 14.4 knots
3269: Your vessel arrives in port with sufficient fuel to steam 812 miles at 15 knots. If you are unable to take on bunkers, at what speed must you proceed to reach your next port, 928 miles distant?

    a. 13.6 knots
    b. 14.0 knots
    c. 15.3 knots
    d. 15.7 knots
3272: Your vessel arrives in port with sufficient fuel to steam 775 miles at 17 knots. If you are unable to take on bunkers, at what speed must you proceed to reach your next port, 977 miles distant?

    a. 15.1 knots
    b. 15.8 knots
    c. 17.2 knots
    d. 17.7 knots
3273: Your vessel arrives in port with sufficient fuel to steam 1175 miles at 19 knots. If you are unable to take on bunkers, at what speed must you proceed to reach your next port, 1341 miles distant?

    a. 16.7 knots
    b. 17.3 knots
    c. 17.8 knots
    d. 19.4 knots
3275: You have steamed 989 miles at 16.5 knots, and consumed 215 tons of fuel. If you have 345 tons of usable fuel remaining, how far can you steam at 13 knots?

    a. 1025 miles
    b. 1993 miles
    c. 2557 miles
    d. 3245 miles
3276: While steaming at 15 knots, your vessel burns 326 bbls of fuel per day. What will be the rate of fuel consumption if you decrease speed to 12.2 knots?

    a. 175 bbls/day
    b. 215 bbls/day
    c. 277 bbls/day
    d. 300 bbls/day
3277: While steaming at 12.3 knots, your vessel burns 168 bbls of fuel per day. What will be the rate of fuel consumption if you increase speed to 13.5 knots?

    a. 192 bbls/day
    b. 204 bbls/day
    c. 222 bbls/day
    d. 238 bbls/day
3278: While steaming at 14 knots, your vessel burns 276 bbls of fuel per day. What will be the rate of fuel consumption if you decrease speed to 11.7 knots?

    a. 135 bbls/day
    b. 161 bbls/day
    c. 196 bbls/day
    d. 245 bbls/day
3279: While steaming at 15.0 knots, your vessel consumes 326 barrels of fuel oil per day. In order to reduce consumption to 178 barrels of fuel oil per day, what is the maximum speed the vessel can turn for?

    a. 8.1 knots
    b. 8.5 knots
    c. 11.1 knots
    d. 12.2 knots
3280: While steaming at 14.5 knots, your vessel consumes 319 barrels of fuel oil per day. In order to reduce consumption to 217 barrels of fuel oil per day, what is the maximum speed the vessel can turn for?

    a. 9.8 knots
    b. 11.9 knots
    c. 12.8 knots
    d. 13.5 knots
3281: While steaming at 15.7 knots, your vessel consumes 329 barrels of fuel oil per day. In order to reduce consumption to 267 barrels of fuel oil per day, what is the maximum speed the vessel can turn for?

    a. 12.7 knots
    b. 13.5 knots
    c. 14.6 knots
    d. 15.5 knots
3282: While steaming at 16.3 knots, your vessel consumes 363 barrels of fuel oil per day. In order to reduce consumption to 298 barrels of fuel oil per day, what is the maximum speed the vessel can turn for?

    a. 12.6 knots
    b. 13.1 knots
    c. 14.7 knots
    d. 15.3 knots
3283: While steaming at 17.5 knots, your vessel consumes 378 barrels of fuel oil per day. In order to reduce consumption to 194 barrels of fuel oil per day, what is the maximum speed the vessel can turn for?

    a. 12.5 knots
    b. 14.0 knots
    c. 15.5 knots
    d. 16.8 knots
3284: While steaming at 18.9 knots, your vessel consumes 386 barrels of fuel oil per day. In order to reduce consumption to 251 barrels of fuel oil per day, what is the maximum speed the vessel can turn for?

    a. 11.6 knots
    b. 12.3 knots
    c. 15.2 knots
    d. 16.4 knots
3285: While steaming at 19.4 knots, your vessel consumes 392 barrels of fuel oil per day. In order to reduce consumption to 182 barrels of fuel oil per day, what is the maximum speed the vessel can turn for?

    a. 13.2 knots
    b. 15.0 knots
    c. 17.4 knots
    d. 18.2 knots
3286: While steaming at 14.5 knots, your vessel consumes 242 barrels of fuel oil per day. In order to reduce consumption to 152 barrels of fuel oil per day, what is the maximum speed the vessel can turn for?

    a. 9.1 knots
    b. 10.2 knots
    c. 11.5 knots
    d. 12.4 knots
3287: While steaming at 16.5 knots, your vessel consumes 349 barrels of fuel oil per day. In order to reduce consumption to 189 barrels of fuel oil per day, what is the maximum speed the vessel can turn for?

    a. 12.1 knots
    b. 13.5 knots
    c. 14.6 knots
    d. 15.4 knots
3288: While steaming at 13.5 knots, your vessel consumes 251 barrels of fuel oil per day. In order to reduce consumption to 129 barrels of fuel oil per day, what is the maximum speed the vessel can turn for?

    a. 6.9 knots
    b. 9.7 knots
    c. 10.8 knots
    d. 12.7 knots
3289: While steaming at 17.0 knots, your vessel consumes 382 barrels of fuel oil per day. In order to reduce consumption to 223 barrels of fuel oil per day, what is the maximum speed the vessel can turn for?

    a. 9.9 knots
    b. 11.8 knots
    c. 13.0 knots
    d. 14.2 knots
3290: While steaming at 15.5 knots, your vessel consumes 333 barrels of fuel oil per day. In order to reduce consumption to 176 barrels of fuel oil per day, what is the maximum speed the vessel can turn for?

    a. 11.3 knots
    b. 12.5 knots
    c. 13.6 knots
    d. 14.8 knots
3291: While steaming at 19.5 knots, your vessel burns 297 bbls of fuel per day. What will be the rate of fuel consumption if you decrease speed to 15 knots?

    a. 135 bbls
    b. 176 bbls
    c. 229 bbls
    d. 243 bbls
3291: While steaming at 19.5 knots, your vessel burns 297 bbls of fuel per day. What will be the rate of fuel consumption if you decrease speed to 15 knots?

    a. 135 bbls
    b. 176 bbls
    c. 229 bbls
    d. 243 bbls
3292: Your vessel consumes 215 barrels of fuel per day at a speed of 18.0 knots. What will be the fuel consumption of your vessel at 14.0 knots?

    a. 67 bbls
    b. 101 bbls
    c. 130 bbls
    d. 167 bbls
3293: Your vessel consumes 274 barrels of fuel per day at a speed of 17.5 knots. What will be the fuel consumption of your vessel at 13.5 knots?

    a. 126 bbls
    b. 163 bbls
    c. 211 bbls
    d. 253 bbls
3294: Your vessel consumes 268 barrels of fuel per day at a speed of 19.0 knots. What will be the fuel consumption of your vessel at 15.0 knots?

    a. 132 bbls
    b. 167 bbls
    c. 212 bbls
    d. 243 bbls
3295: Your vessel consumes 178 barrels of fuel per day at a speed of 13.5 knots. What will be the fuel consumption of your vessel at 15.0 knots?

    a. 172 bbls
    b. 198 bbls
    c. 219 bbls
    d. 244 bbls
3296: Your vessel consumes 199 barrels of fuel per day at a speed of 14.5 knots. What will be the fuel consumption of your vessel at 10.0 knots?

    a. 65 bbls
    b. 95 bbls
    c. 137 bbls
    d. 148 bbls
3297: Your vessel consumes 236 barrels of fuel per day at a speed of 16.5 knots. What will be the fuel consumption of your vessel at 13.0 knots?

    a. 102 bbls
    b. 115 bbls
    c. 147 bbls
    d. 186 bbls
3298: Your vessel consumes 216 barrels of fuel per day at a speed of 15.0 knots. What will be the fuel consumption of your vessel at 17.5 knots?

    a. 232 bbls
    b. 252 bbls
    c. 294 bbls
    d. 343 bbls
3299: You have steamed 174 miles and consumed 18 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 416 miles?

    a. 34.9 tons
    b. 38.4 tons
    c. 43.0 tons
    d. 46.2 tons
3300: You have steamed 156 miles and consumed 19 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 273 miles?

    a. 23.6 tons
    b. 27.9 tons
    c. 33.3 tons
    d. 37.2 tons
3301: You have steamed 217 miles and consumed 23.0 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 362 miles?

    a. 33.8 tons
    b. 38.4 tons
    c. 42.6 tons
    d. 45.7 tons
3302: You have steamed 132 miles and consumed 14.0 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 289 miles?

    a. 21.6 tons
    b. 24.5 tons
    c. 27.9 tons
    d. 30.7 tons
3303: You have steamed 174 miles and consumed 18.0 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 416 miles?

    a. 34.9 tons
    b. 38.4 tons
    c. 43.0 tons
    d. 46.2 tons
3304: You have steamed 265 miles and consumed 25.0 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 346 miles?

    a. 32.6 tons
    b. 37.4 tons
    c. 42.6 tons
    d. 49.5 tons
3305: You have steamed 201 miles and consumed 18.0 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 482 miles?

    a. 25.2 tons
    b. 43.2 tons
    c. 52.6 tons
    d. 103.5 tons
3306: You have steamed 264 miles and consumed 22.0 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 521 miles?

    a. 31.7 tons
    b. 38.6 tons
    c. 43.4 tons
    d. 85.7 tons
3307: You have steamed 182 miles and consumed 16.0 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 392 miles?

    a. 28.3 tons
    b. 34.5 tons
    c. 49.6 tons
    d. 74.2 tons
3308: You have steamed 142 miles and consumed 21.0 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 465 miles?

    a. 43.4 tons
    b. 57.6 tons
    c. 68.8 tons
    d. 72.8 tons
3309: You have steamed 142 miles and consumed 15.0 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 472 miles?

    a. 36.5 tons
    b. 49.9 tons
    c. 53.8 tons
    d. 61.4 tons
3310: You have steamed 216 miles and consumed 19.0 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 315 miles?

    a. 27.7 tons
    b. 32.3 tons
    c. 36.9 tons
    d. 40.4 tons
3311: You have steamed 162 miles and consumed 14.0 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 285 miles?

    a. 24.6 tons
    b. 34.7 tons
    c. 43.3 tons
    d. 54.8 tons
3312: You have steamed 199 miles and consumed 23.0 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 410 miles?

    a. 32.6 tons
    b. 39.9 tons
    c. 47.4 tons
    d. 97.6 tons
3313: You have steamed 300 miles and consumed 34 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 700 miles?

    a. 79.3 tons
    b. 74.3 tons
    c. 68.4 tons
    d. 66.2 tons
3314: You have steamed 150 miles and consumed 17 tons of fuel. If you maintain the same speed, how many tons of fuel will you consume while steaming 350 miles?

    a. 12.82 tons
    b. 29.41 tons
    c. 34.00 tons
    d. 39.66 tons
3317: Your vessel consumes 156 barrels of fuel per day at a speed of 13.0 knots. What will be the fuel consumption of your vessel at 16.0 knots?

    a. 192 bbls
    b. 236 bbls
    c. 291 bbls
    d. 315 bbls
3318: While steaming at 12 knots, your vessel burns 45 tons of fuel per day. What will be the rate of fuel consumption if you decrease speed to 11.5 knots?

    a. 31 tons/day
    b. 36 tons/day
    c. 40 tons/day
    d. 43 tons/day
3319: You are taking a time tick using the 2000 signal from Kekaha-Kauai, Hawaii (WWVH). You hear a series of 1 second dashes followed by a 9 second silent period, then a long 1.3 second dash. At the beginning of the long dash, your comparing watch reads 08h 00m 12s. When compared to the chronometer, the comparing watch reads 08h 01m 22s, and the chronometer reads 07h 59m 39s. What is the chronometer error?

    a. 0m 12s fast
    b. 1m 10s fast
    c. 0m 21s slow
    d. 1m 31s slow
3451: You are underway and intend to make good a course of 040°T. You experience a current with a set and drift of 190°T at 1.4 knots, and a northwest wind produces a leeway of 3°. You adjust your course to compensate for the current and leeway, while maintaining an engine speed of 10 knots. What will be your speed made good over your intended course of 040°T?

    a. 7.8 knots
    b. 8.8 knots
    c. 9.8 knots
    d. 11.0 knots
3452: You wish to make good a course of 035°T while turning for an engine speed of 12 knots. The set is 340°T, and the drift is 2 knots. What course should you steer?

    a. 027°T
    b. 037°T
    c. 044°T
    d. 054°T
3453: You wish to make good a course of 350°T while turning for an engine speed of 10 knots. The set is 070°T, and the drift is 1.5 knots. What course should you steer?

    a. 332°T
    b. 341°T
    c. 345°T
    d. 359°T
3454: You wish to make good a course of 300°T while turning for an engine speed of 11 knots. The set is 350°T, and the drift is 2.1 knots. Which course should you steer?

    a. 278°T
    b. 288°T
    c. 292°T
    d. 308°T
3455: You wish to make good a course of 230°T while turning for an engine speed of 12.5 knots. The set is 180°T, and the drift is 1.7 knots. What course should you steer?

    a. 244°T
    b. 236°T
    c. 231°T
    d. 222°T
3457: You wish to make good a course of 035°T while turning for an engine speed of 12 knots. The set is 340°T, and the drift is 2 knots. What speed will you make good along the track line?

    a. 12.2 knots
    b. 12.7 knots
    c. 13.0 knots
    d. 13.3 knots
3460: You wish to make good a course of 230°T while turning for an engine speed of 12.5 knots. The set is 180°T, and the drift is 1.7 knots. What speed will you make good along the track line?

    a. 11.5 knots
    b. 12.5 knots
    c. 13.6 knots
    d. 14.0 knots
3461: You wish to make good a course of 053°T while turning for an engine speed of 16 knots. The set is 345°T, and the drift is 2.4 knots. What speed will you make good along the track line?

    a. 14.1 knots
    b. 15.2 knots
    c. 16.1 knots
    d. 16.8 knots
3462: You are underway on course 160°T at 10 knots. The current is 210°T at 0.9 knots. What is the course made good?

    a. 156°T
    b. 160°T
    c. 164°T
    d. 169°T
3463: You are underway on course 215°T at 12 knots. The current is 000°T at 2.3 knots. What is the course made good?

    a. 209°T
    b. 217°T
    c. 222°T
    d. 232°T
3464: You are underway on course 315°T at 14 knots. The current is 135°T at 1.9 knots. What is the course being made good?

    a. 130°T
    b. 315°T
    c. 317°T
    d. 322°T
3465: You are underway on course 000°T at 9.5 knots. The current is 082°T at 1.1 knots. What is the course being made good?

    a. 007°T
    b. 009°T
    c. 021°T
    d. 353°T
3467: You are underway on course 160°T at 10 knots. The current is 210°T at 0.9 knots. What is the speed being made good?

    a. 10.7 knots
    b. 11.0 knots
    c. 11.6 knots
    d. 12.3 knots
3468: You are underway on course 215°T at 12 knots. The current is 000°T at 2.3 knots. What is the speed being made good?

    a. 8.5 knots
    b. 10.2 knots
    c. 10.9 knots
    d. 11.2 knots
3469: You are underway on course 315°T at 14 knots. The current is 135°T at 1.9 knots. What is the speed being made good?

    a. 12.1 knots
    b. 13.5 knots
    c. 14.0 knots
    d. 15.9 knots
3470: You are underway on course 000°Tat 9.5 knots. The current is 082°T at 1.1 knots. What is the speed being made good?

    a. 9.2 knots
    b. 9.5 knots
    c. 9.8 knots
    d. 10.1 knots
3471: You are underway on course 172°T at 18.5 knots. The current is 078°T at 2.8 knots. What is the speed being made good?

    a. 18.5 knots
    b. 19.0 knots
    c. 19.5 knots
    d. 20.0 knots
3471: You are underway on course 172°T at 18.5 knots. The current is 078°T at 2.8 knots. What is the speed being made good?

    a. 18.5 knots
    b. 19.0 knots
    c. 19.5 knots
    d. 20.0 knots
3472: You are taking a time tick using the 2000 signal from Kekaha-Kauai, Hawaii (WWVH). You hear a series of 1 second dashes followed by a 9 second silent period, then a long 1.3 second dash. At the beginning of the long dash, your comparing watch reads 08h 00m 49s. When compared to the chronometer, the comparing watch reads 08h 01m 33s, and the chronometer reads 08h 00m 56s. What is the chronometer error?

    a. 0m 12s fast
    b. 0m 56s fast
    c. 0m 44s slow
    d. 1m 26s slow
3601: You are steering 142°pgc to make good your desired course. The gyro error is 1°E . The variation is 8°W. What should you steer by standard magnetic compass to make good the desired course?
DEVIATION TABLE MAGNETIC HEADING DEV.
120° 4°E 135° 2°E 150° 0°

    a. 133°psc
    b. 146°psc
    c. 148°psc
    d. 151°psc
3602: You are heading 328°pgc to make good a course of 332°T, allowing 3° leeway for westerly winds and 1°E gyro error. The variation is 17°E. What should your heading be by standard magnetic compass to make good 332°T.
DEVIATION TABLE
MAGNETIC HEADING DEV.
345° 1°E
330° 1°W
315° 3°W

    a. 315°psc
    b. 318°psc
    c. 343°psc
    d. 345°psc
3603: You are steering 318°psc. A northeasterly wind causes 3° of leeway. The variation is 14°E and the deviation table is extracted below. What will be the true course made good?
DEVIATION TABLE
MAG HDG DEV
300° 2°E
315° 0°
330° 2°W

    a. 301°T
    b. 303°T
    c. 327°T
    d. 329°T
3604: You wish to make good a course of 258°T, allowing 4° leeway for northerly winds. The variation is 21°W. What should you steer per standard magnetic compass to make good 258°T?
DEVIATION TABLE
MAGNETIC HDG DEVIATION
285° 5°E
270° 3°E
255° 1°E
240° 1°W

    a. 242°psc
    b. 271°psc
    c. 278°psc
    d. 288°psc
3605: The true course from point A to point B is 317°. A SSW wind causes a 4° leeway, variation is 6°W and deviation is 1°E. What is the magnetic compass course to steer to make good the true course?

    a. 326°psc
    b. 318°psc
    c. 313°psc
    d. 308°psc
3606: You are steering 154°pgc. The wind is southwest causing 4° leeway. The gyro error is 3°E, variation is 11°W and deviation is 7°E. What is the true course made good?

    a. 153°T
    b. 158°T
    c. 161°T
    d. 164°T
3607: You desire to make good 152°T. The magnetic compass deviation is 4°E, the variation is 5°E, and the gyro error is 3°E. A southwesterly wind produces a 4° leeway. Which course would you steer per standard compass to make good the true course?

    a. 137°psc
    b. 141°psc
    c. 143°psc
    d. 147°psc
3608: You are steering 125°pgc. The wind is southwest by south causing a 3° leeway. The variation is 6°E, the deviation is 2°W, and the gyro error is 1°W. What is the true course made good?

    a. 121°T
    b. 123°T
    c. 127°T
    d. 129°T
3609: Enroute from Rio to Montevideo, the true course is 215°; the gyro error is 2° west. A north wind causes 3° leeway. What course would you steer per gyrocompass to make good the true course?

    a. 220°pgc
    b. 214°pgc
    c. 216°pgc
    d. 210°pgc
3610: While enroute from Sydney to the Panama Canal a vessel's true course is 071°. Variation is 14°E. Deviation is 4°W. A northerly breeze causes 2° leeway. What course would you steer psc in order to make good the true course?

    a. 059°psc
    b. 061°psc
    c. 063°psc
    d. 079°psc
3611: The track line on the chart is 274°T. Variation is 4°E, and deviation is 2°E. The gyro error is 1.5°E. What course would be steered by gyrocompass to make good the desired course?

    a. 280.5°pgc
    b. 278.0°pgc
    c. 275.5°pgc
    d. 272.5°pgc
3612: Your vessel is steering 195° per standard magnetic compass. Variation for the area is 13°W, and the deviation is 4°E. The wind is from the west-southwest, producing a 2° leeway. Which true course are you making good?

    a. 178°T
    b. 180°T
    c. 182°T
    d. 184°T
3613: You are steering a magnetic compass course of 075°. The variation for the area is 10°W, and the compass deviation is 5°E. What is the true course you are steering?

    a. 060°T
    b. 070°T
    c. 080°T
    d. 090°T
3614: The true course between two points is 057°. Your gyrocompass has an error of 3° east and you make an allowance of 1° leeway for a north-northwest wind. Which gyro course should be steered to make the true course good?

    a. 053°pgc
    b. 056°pgc
    c. 059°pgc
    d. 060°pgc
3615: You want to make good a true course of 137°. A north-northeast wind produces a 3° leeway. The variation is 11° west, deviation is 5° east, and gyrocompass error is 2° east. What course must you steer per gyrocompass to make the true course good?

    a. 132°pgc
    b. 134°pgc
    c. 136°pgc
    d. 138°pgc
3616: You desire to make good a true course of 046°. The variation is 6°E, magnetic compass deviation is 12°W, and the gyrocompass error is 3°W. A northerly wind produces a 5° leeway. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to make good the true course?

    a. 047°psc
    b. 049°psc
    c. 052°psc
    d. 057°psc
3617: Your vessel is steering course 299°psc, variation for the area is 7°W, and deviation is 4°W. The wind is from the southwest, producing a 3° leeway. What true course are you making good?

    a. 291°T
    b. 296°T
    c. 299°T
    d. 313°T
3618: Your vessel is steering course 027° per standard magnetic compass (psc), variation for the area is 19°W, and deviation is 2°E. The wind is from the north-northwest, producing a 5° leeway. What true course are you making good?

    a. 005°T
    b. 015°T
    c. 044°T
    d. 049°T
3619: Your vessel is steering course 149°psc, variation for the area is 13°E, and deviation is 4°E. The wind is from the northeast, producing a 4° leeway. What true course are you making good?

    a. 128°T
    b. 136°T
    c. 162°T
    d. 170°T
3620: Your vessel is steering course 197°psc, variation for the area is 7°E, and deviation is 4°W. The wind is from the west, producing a 2° leeway. Which true course are you making good?

    a. 192°T
    b. 196°T
    c. 198°T
    d. 202°T
3621: Your vessel is steering course 216° per standard magnetic compass, variation for the area is 9°W, and deviation is 2°E. The wind is from the east, producing a 5° leeway. What true course are you making good?

    a. 204°T
    b. 214°T
    c. 223°T
    d. 227°T
3622: Your vessel is steering a course of 337°psc. Variation for the area is 13°W, and deviation is 4°E. The wind is from the south, producing a 3° leeway. Which true course are you making good?

    a. 325°T
    b. 328°T
    c. 331°T
    d. 349°T
3623: Your vessel is steering course 166°psc, variation for the area is 8°W, and deviation is 3°W. The wind is from the west-southwest, producing a 2° leeway. What true course are you making good?

    a. 153°T
    b. 157°T
    c. 175°T
    d. 179°T
3624: Your vessel is steering course 073°psc, variation for the area is 15°E, and deviation is 4°E. The wind is from the southeast, producing a 4° leeway. Which true course are you making good?

    a. 050°T
    b. 058°T
    c. 088°T
    d. 096°T
3625: Your vessel is steering course 111°psc, variation for the area is 5°E, and deviation is 3°W. The wind is from the northwest, producing a 1° leeway. What true course are you making good?

    a. 108°T
    b. 110°T
    c. 112°T
    d. 114°T
3626: Your vessel is steering course 284°psc, variation for the area is 6°W, and deviation is 3°E. The wind is from the north-northeast, producing a 3° leeway. What true course are you making good?

    a. 275°T
    b. 278°T
    c. 284°T
    d. 290°T
3627: Your vessel is steering course 243°psc. Variation for the area is 5°E, and deviation is 2°W. The wind is from the south-southeast, producing a 2° leeway. What true course are you making good?

    a. 242°T
    b. 244°T
    c. 246°T
    d. 248°T
3628: Your vessel is steering course 352°psc, variation for the area is 11°E, and deviation is 9°W. The wind is from the northeast, producing a 1° leeway. What true course are you making good?

    a. 349°T
    b. 351°T
    c. 353°T
    d. 355°T
3629: You desire to make good a true course of 129°. The variation is 7°E, magnetic compass deviation is 4°E, and gyrocompass error is 2°W. An easterly wind produces a 4° leeway. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to make the true course good?

    a. 114°psc
    b. 116°psc
    c. 122°psc
    d. 126°psc
3630: You desire to make good a true course of 203°. The variation is 19°E, magnetic compass deviation is 2°W, and gyrocompass error is 1°E. A westerly wind produces a 3° leeway. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to make the true course good?

    a. 183°psc
    b. 189°psc
    c. 210°psc
    d. 223°psc
3631: You desire to make good a true course of 329°. The variation is 13° W, magnetic compass deviation is 4°E, and gyrocompass error is 2°W. A southerly wind produces a 1° leeway. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to make the true course good?

    a. 319°psc
    b. 321°psc
    c. 337°psc
    d. 339°psc
3632: You desire to make good a true course of 157°. The variation is 15°E, magnetic compass deviation is 9°W, and gyrocompass error is 3°E. A southwesterly wind produces a 2° leeway. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to make the true course good?

    a. 145°psc
    b. 147°psc
    c. 150°psc
    d. 153°psc
3633: You desire to make good a true course of 067°. The variation is 11°W, magnetic compass deviation is 3°E, and gyrocompass error is 1°W. A northwesterly wind produces a 5° leeway. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to make the true course good?

    a. 054°psc
    b. 064°psc
    c. 070°psc
    d. 074°psc
3634: You desire to make good a true course of 038°. The variation is 5°E, magnetic compass deviation is 4°W, and gyrocompass error is 4°W. A southeasterly wind produces a 4° leeway. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to make the true course good?

    a. 033°psc
    b. 041°psc
    c. 043°psc
    d. 047°psc
3635: You desire to make good a true course of 236°. The variation is 8°E, magnetic compass deviation is 1°E, and gyrocompass error is 3°W. A south-southeasterly wind produces a 1° leeway. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass (psc) to make the true course good?

    a. 226°psc
    b. 228°psc
    c. 244°psc
    d. 246°psc
3636: You desire to make good a true course of 279°. The variation is 8°W, magnetic compass deviation is 3°E, and gyrocompass error is 1°E. A north-northwesterly wind produces 3° leeway. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass (psc) to make the true course good?

    a. 281°psc
    b. 284°psc
    c. 287°psc
    d. 290°psc
3637: You desire to make good a true course of 347°. The variation is 11°E, magnetic compass deviation is 7°W, and gyrocompass error is 4°W. A north by east wind produces a 4° leeway. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to make the true course good?

    a. 339°psc
    b. 343°psc
    c. 347°psc
    d. 351°psc
3638: You desire to make good a true course of 007°. The variation is 5°E, magnetic compass deviation is 3°W, and gyrocompass error is 2°E. A southwest by west wind produces a 2° leeway. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to make the true course good?

    a. 003°psc
    b. 005°psc
    c. 007°psc
    d. 009°psc
3639: You desire to make good a true course of 132°. The variation is 10°W, magnetic compass deviation is 5°E, and gyrocompass error is 5°W. A northeast by east wind produces a 5° leeway. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to make the true course good?

    a. 132°psc
    b. 135°psc
    c. 137°psc
    d. 142°psc
3640: You desire to make good a true course of 223°. The variation is 2°E, magnetic compass deviation is 2°E, and gyrocompass error is 1°W. An east-southeast wind produces 3° leeway. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to make the true course good?

    a. 213°psc
    b. 216°psc
    c. 220°psc
    d. 223°psc
3641: You desire to make good a true course of 174°. The variation is 17°W, magnetic compass deviation is 4°W, and gyrocompass error is 4°E. A west-southwest wind produces a 4° leeway. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to make the true course good?

    a. 195°psc
    b. 197°psc
    c. 199°psc
    d. 203°psc
3642: You are steering 154° per gyrocompass. The wind is northeast by east, causing 4° leeway. The gyro error is 3° east, variation is 11° west, and deviation is 7°E. What is the true course made good?

    a. 151°T
    b. 158°T
    c. 161°T
    d. 164°T
3643: While enroute from Montevideo to Walvis Bay a vessel's course is 116°psc. The variation for the locality is 25°W and the deviation is 6°W. What is the true course made good if a northerly wind produces 1° leeway?

    a. 084°T
    b. 086°T
    c. 148°T
    d. 085°T
3644: While enroute from Cape Town to Rio a vessel's course is 281°pgc. The variation for the locality is 24°W. The deviation is 4°E. The gyro error is 2°W. What is the true course made good?

    a. 279°T
    b. 261°T
    c. 301°T
    d. 283°T
3645: The true course between two points is 119°. Your gyrocompass has an error of 3°E. You allow of 4° leeway for a south-southwest wind. What gyro course should be steered to make the true course good?

    a. 112°pgc
    b. 118°pgc
    c. 120°pgc
    d. 126°pgc
3646: The true course between two points is 041°. Your gyrocompass has an error of 1°W. You make an allowance of 2° leeway for a east-southeast wind. What gyro course should be steered to make the true course good?

    a. 040°pgc
    b. 042°pgc
    c. 043°pgc
    d. 044°pgc
3647: The true course between two points is 220°. Your gyrocompass has an error of 1°E. You make an allowance of 1° leeway for a north-northwest wind. What gyro course should be steered to make the true course good?

    a. 220°pgc
    b. 221°pgc
    c. 222°pgc
    d. 223°pgc
3648: The true course between two points is 312°. Your gyrocompass has an error of 3°W. You make an allowance of 4° leeway for a west by south wind. What gyro course should be steered to make the true course good?

    a. 305°pgc
    b. 311°pgc
    c. 315°pgc
    d. 318°pgc
3649: The true course between two points is 078°. Your gyrocompass has an error of 2°E. You make an allowance of 3° leeway for a north wind. What gyro course should be steered to make the true course good?

    a. 073°pgc
    b. 075°pgc
    c. 077°pgc
    d. 079°pgc
3650: The true course between two points is 194°. Your gyrocompass has an error of 2°W and you make an allowance of 1° leeway for a southwest wind. What gyro course should you steer to make the true course good?

    a. 193°pgc
    b. 195°pgc
    c. 197°pgc
    d. 199°pgc
3651: The true course between two points is 337°. Your gyrocompass has an error of 3°E and you make an allowance of 5° leeway for a west wind. Which gyro course should be steered to make the true course good?

    a. 329°pgc
    b. 335°pgc
    c. 339°pgc
    d. 345°pgc
3652: The true course between two points is 023°T. Your gyrocompass has an error of 1°W and you make an allowance of 4° leeway for an east wind. What gyro course should be steered to make the true course good?

    a. 020°pgc
    b. 021°pgc
    c. 026°pgc
    d. 028°pgc
3653: The true course between two points is 106°. Your gyrocompass has an error of 2°E and you make an allowance of 2° leeway for a south wind. What gyro course should be steered to make the true course good?

    a. 102°pgc
    b. 104°pgc
    c. 106°pgc
    d. 108°pgc
3654: You are taking a time tick using the 2000 signal from Kekaha-Kauai, Hawaii (WWVH). You hear a series of 1 second dashes followed by a 9 second silent period, then a long 1.3 second dash. At the beginning of the long dash, your comparing watch reads 07h 59m 54s. When compared to the chronometer, the comparing watch reads 08h 00m 00s, and the chronometer reads 08h 00m 06s. What is the chronometer error?

    a. 0m 06s slow
    b. 0m 06s fast
    c. 0m 12s fast
    d. No error
3708: At what time would you listen to VHF Channel 22 (157.1 MHz) for information concerning the stage of the river between Memphis and Cairo?

    a. 1300
    b. 1435
    c. 1620
    d. 1815
3751: While proceeding up a channel on course 010° per gyro compass, you notice a pair of range lights in alignment with the masts of your vessel when viewed forward. A check of the chart shows the range to be 009°T and the variation to be 15°W. If the ship's course is 026°psc, what is the deviation for the present heading?

    a. 2°W
    b. 2°E
    c. 1°W
    d. 1°E
3752: While your vessel is proceeding down a channel you notice a range of lights in line with your vessel's mast. If your vessel is on course 001° per gyro compass and the charted value of the range of lights is 359°T, what is the gyro compass error?

    a. 2°W
    b. 2°E
    c. 1°E
    d. 1°W
3753: Your vessel is proceeding up a channel, and you see a pair of range lights that are in line dead ahead. The chart indicates that the direction of this pair of lights is 343°T, and the variation is 5° west. If the heading of your vessel at the time of the sighting is 344° per standard magnetic compass, what is the correct deviation?

    a. 1°E
    b. 1°W
    c. 4°E
    d. 4°W
3754: Your vessel is proceeding up a channel, and you see a pair of range lights that are in line ahead. The chart indicates that the direction of this pair of lights is 014°T, and the variation is 11°E. If the heading of your vessel at the time of the sighting is 009° per standard magnetic compass, what is the correct deviation?

    a. 5°E
    b. 5°W
    c. 6°E
    d. 6°W
3755: Your vessel is proceeding up a channel, and you see a pair of range lights that are in line ahead. The chart indicates that the direction of this pair of lights is 186°T, and the variation is 11°W. If the heading of your vessel at the time of the sighting is 193° per standard magnetic compass, what is the correct deviation?

    a. 4°E
    b. 4°W
    c. 7°E
    d. 7°W
3756: Your vessel is proceeding up a channel, and you see a pair of range lights that are in line dead ahead. The chart indicates that the direction of this pair of lights is 093°T, and the variation is 6°E. If the heading of your vessel at the time of the sighting is 097° per standard magnetic compass, what is the correct deviation?

    a. 5°E
    b. 5°W
    c. 10°E
    d. 10°W
3757: Your vessel is proceeding up a channel, and you see a pair of range lights that are in line ahead. The chart indicates that the direction of this pair of lights is 311°T, and the variation is 8°E. If the heading of your vessel at the time of the sighting is 305° per standard magnetic compass, what is the correct deviation?

    a. 2°E
    b. 2°W
    c. 6°E
    d. 6°W
3758: Your vessel is proceeding up a channel, and you see a pair of range lights that are in line ahead. The chart indicates that the direction of this pair of lights is 212°T, and the variation is 7°W. If the heading of your vessel at the time of the sighting is 208° per standard magnetic compass, what is the correct deviation?

    a. 4°E
    b. 4°W
    c. 11°E
    d. 11°W
3759: Your vessel is proceeding up a channel, and you see a pair of range lights that are in line ahead. The chart indicates that the direction of this pair of lights is 147°T, and the variation is 5°E. If the heading of your vessel at the time of the sighting is 148° per standard magnetic compass,
what is the correct deviation?

    a. 1°E
    b. 1°W
    c. 6°E
    d. 6°W
3760: Your vessel is proceeding up a channel, and you see a pair of range lights that are in line ahead. The chart indicates that the direction of this pair of lights is 352°T, and the variation is 4°W. If the heading of your vessel at the time of the sighting is 359° per standard magnetic compass, what is the correct deviation?

    a. 3°W
    b. 7°E
    c. 11°E
    d. 11°W
3761: Your vessel is proceeding up a channel, and you see a pair of range lights that are in line dead ahead. The chart indicates that the direction of this pair of lights is 283°
T, and the variation is 13°E. If the heading of your vessel at the time of the sighting is 278° per standard compass, what is the deviation?

    a. 5°E
    b. 5°W
    c. 8°E
    d. 8°W
3762: Your vessel is proceeding up a channel, and you see a pair of range lights that are in line ahead. The chart indicates that the direction of this pair of lights is 196°T, and the variation is 7°E. If the heading of your vessel at the time of the sighting is 192° per standard magnetic compass, what is the deviation?

    a. 3°E
    b. 3°W
    c. 4°E
    d. 4°W
3763: Your vessel is proceeding up a channel, and you see a pair of range lights that are in line dead ahead. The chart indicates that the direction of this pair of lights is 178°T, and the variation is 9°W. If the heading of your vessel at the time of the sighting is 180° per standard magnetic compass, what is the deviation?

    a. 2°E
    b. 2°W
    c. 7°E
    d. 7°W
3764: Your vessel is proceeding up a channel, and you see a pair of range lights that are in line ahead. The chart indicates that the direction of this pair of lights is 064°T, and the variation is 17°W. If the heading of your vessel at the time of the sighting is 094° per standard magnetic compass, what is the correct deviation?

    a. 4°E
    b. 4°W
    c. 13°E
    d. 13°W
3765: Your vessel is proceeding up a channel steering on a pair of range lights that are in line ahead. The chart indicates that the direction of this pair of lights is 249°T, and the variation is 14°E. If the heading of your vessel at the time of the sighting is 226° per standard magnetic compass, what is the correct deviation?

    a. 5°E
    b. 5°W
    c. 9°E
    d. 9°W
3766: Your vessel is proceeding down a channel, and you see a pair of range lights that are in line dead ahead. The chart indicates that the direction of this pair of lights is 229°T, and variation is 6°W. If the heading of your vessel at the time of the sighting is 232° per standard magnetic compass, what is the deviation?

    a. 3°E
    b. 9°E
    c. 3°W
    d. 9°W
3767: You are on course 251°pgc and 241° per magnetic compass, when you observe a range in line bearing 192°pgc. The chart indicates that the range is in line on a bearing of 194°T. The variation is 16°E. What is the deviation of the magnetic compass?

    a. 2°E
    b. 2°W
    c. 4°W
    d. 10°W
3768: While entering a harbor on a course of 225° per gyrocompass, you take a bearing on a pair of range lights and get 220° per gyrocompass. The bearing on the chart is 217°T. The variation for the area is 6°W, and deviation is 2°W. What course would you steer per gyrocompass to make good a true course of 232°?

    a. 229°pgc
    b. 231°pgc
    c. 233°pgc
    d. 235°pgc
3769: Entering a harbor, you take a bearing on a range and get 338° per gyrocompass (pgc). The true bearing from the chart is 340°T. Variation for the area is 14°E. Your course is 329° per standard magnetic compass (psc) and 338°pgc. The deviation on this heading is __________.

    a. 3°E
    b. 3°W
    c. 5°E
    d. 5°W
3770: You wish to check the deviation of your standard magnetic compass. You find a natural range that you steer for and note that the gyrocompass heading is 034°, and the heading by standard magnetic compass is 026°. The gyro error is 1°W. Variation is 9°E. What is the deviation for that heading?

    a. 2°W
    b. 0°
    c. 2°E
    d. 9°E
3771: Two beacons form a range in the direction of 221.5°T. The range is seen in line from your vessel bearing 223° per gyro compass. The variation in the area is 4°E. What is the error of your gyro compass?

    a. 1.5°W
    b. 2.5°W
    c. 5.5°W
    d. 2.5°E
3772: Your ship is entering port from sea, and you sight a pair of range lights. When in line, they bear 315° per standard magnetic compass. The chart shows that the range bearing is 312°T, and that variation is 6°W. What is the deviation of your compass at the time of the sighting?

    a. 3°E
    b. 3°W
    c. 9°E
    d. 9°W
3773: Which numbered box indicates the ExxonMobil Refining & Supply Co. in Baton Rouge?

    a. 1
    b. 2
    c. 3
    d. 4
4000: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°E. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a magnetic compass heading of 057°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 350° 122.5° - 110° 239.5° - 230°
030.5° - 020° 152.0° - 140° 269.0° - 260°
061.5° - 050° 181.0° - 170° 298.0° - 290°
092.0° - 080° 210.0° - 200° 327.5° - 320°

    a. 1.0°E
    b. 1.5°E
    c. 1.5°W
    d. 0.5°W
4001: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°E. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a magnetic compass heading of 143°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 350° 122.5° - 110° 239.5° - 230°
030.5° - 020° 152.0° - 140° 269.0° - 260°
061.5° - 050° 181.0° - 170° 298.0° - 290°
092.0° - 080° 210.0° - 200° 327.5° - 320°

    a. 2.0°W
    b. 1.5°W
    c. 0.5°W
    d. 0.0°
4002: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°E. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a true heading of 258°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 350° 122.5° - 110° 239.5° - 230°
030.5° - 020° 152.0° - 140° 269.0° - 260°
061.5° - 050° 181.0° - 170° 298.0° - 290°
092.0° - 080° 210.0° - 200° 327.5° - 320°

    a. 0.5°W
    b. 0.0°
    c. 0.5°E
    d. 1.0°E
4003: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°W. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a gyro heading of 058°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 354° 122.5° - 114° 239.5° - 234°
030.5° - 024° 152.0° - 144° 269.0° - 264°
061.5° - 054° 181.0° - 174° 298.0° - 294°
092.0° - 084° 210.0° - 204° 327.5° - 324°

    a. 1.5°W
    b. 1.0°W
    c. 1.0°E
    d. 0.5°W
4004: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°W. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a magnetic compass heading of 166°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 354° 122.5° - 114° 239.5° - 234°
030.5° - 024° 152.0° - 144° 269.0° - 264°
061.5° - 054° 181.0° - 174° 298.0° - 294°
092.0° - 084° 210.0° - 204° 327.5° - 324°

    a. 2.0°W
    b. 1.5°W
    c. 1.0°W
    d. 0.5°W
4005: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°W. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a magnetic compass heading of 022°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 354° 122.5° - 114° 239.5° - 234°
030.5° - 024° 152.0° - 144° 269.0° - 264°
061.5° - 054° 181.0° - 174° 298.0° - 294°
092.0° - 084° 210.0° - 204° 327.5° - 324°

    a. 1.5°E
    b. 0.5°E
    c. 0.0°
    d. 0.5°W
4006: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°W. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a true heading of 236°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 354° 122.5° - 114° 239.5° - 234°
030.5° - 024° 152.0° - 144° 269.0° - 264°
061.5° - 054° 181.0° - 174° 298.0° - 294°
092.0° - 084° 210.0° - 204° 327.5° - 324°

    a. 1.0°W
    b. 0.5°E
    c. 1.5°E
    d. 0.0°
4007: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°E. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a gyro heading of 166°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 350° 122.5° - 110° 239.5° - 230°
030.5° - 020° 152.0° - 140° 269.0° - 260°
061.5° - 050° 181.0° - 170° 298.0° - 290°
092.0° - 080° 210.0° - 200° 327.5° - 320°

    a. 1.0°W
    b. 1.0°E
    c. 0.5°W
    d. 0.5°E
4008: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°E. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a gyro heading of 037°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 350° 122.5° - 110° 239.5° - 230°
030.5° - 020° 152.0° - 140° 269.0° - 260°
061.5° - 050° 181.0° - 170° 298.0° - 290°
092.0° - 080° 210.0° - 200° 327.5° - 320°

    a. 1.0°W
    b. 1.5°W
    c. 1.5°E
    d. 2.0°E
4009: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°E. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a true heading of 187°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 350° 122.5° - 110° 239.5° - 230°
030.5° - 020° 152.0° - 140° 269.0° - 260°
061.5° - 050° 181.0° - 170° 298.0° - 290°
092.0° - 080° 210.0° - 200° 327.5° - 320°

    a. 1.5°W
    b. 0.5°W
    c. 0.0°
    d. 1.0°E
4010: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°E. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a magnetic compass heading of 104°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 350° 122.5° - 110° 239.5° - 230°
030.5° - 020° 152.0° - 140° 269.0° - 260°
061.5° - 050° 181.0° - 170° 298.0° - 290°
092.0° - 080° 210.0° - 200° 327.5° - 320°

    a. 1.8°E
    b. 2.6°E
    c. 2.2°W
    d. 2.7°W
4011: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°E. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a magnetic compass heading of 234°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 350° 122.5° - 110° 239.5° - 230°
030.5° - 020° 152.0° - 140° 269.0° - 260°
061.5° - 050° 181.0° - 170° 298.0° - 290°
092.0° - 080° 210.0° - 200° 327.5° - 320°

    a. 2.5°W
    b. 2.5°E
    c. 1.0°W
    d. 0.5°E
4012: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°W. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a magnetic compass heading of 210°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 354° 122.5° - 114° 239.5° - 234°
030.5° - 024° 152.0° - 144° 269.0° - 264°
061.5° - 054° 181.0° - 174° 298.0° - 294°
092.0° - 084° 210.0° - 204° 327.5° - 324°

    a. 0.0°
    b. 0.5°W
    c. 0.5°E
    d. 1.0°E
4013: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°W. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a gyro heading of 039°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 354° 122.5° - 114° 239.5° - 234°
030.5° - 024° 152.0° - 144° 269.0° - 264°
061.5° - 054° 181.0° - 174° 298.0° - 294°
092.0° - 084° 210.0° - 204° 327.5° - 324°

    a. 0.8°E
    b. 0.0°
    c. 0.5°W
    d. 1.0°W
4013: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°W. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a gyro heading of 039°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 354° 122.5° - 114° 239.5° - 234°
030.5° - 024° 152.0° - 144° 269.0° - 264°
061.5° - 054° 181.0° - 174° 298.0° - 294°
092.0° - 084° 210.0° - 204° 327.5° - 324°

    a. 0.8°E
    b. 0.0°
    c. 0.5°W
    d. 1.0°W
4014: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°W. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a true heading of 157°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 354° 122.5° - 114° 239.5° - 234°
030.5° - 024° 152.0° - 144° 269.0° - 264°
061.5° - 054° 181.0° - 174° 298.0° - 294°
092.0° - 084° 210.0° - 204° 327.5° - 324°`

    a. 2.0°W
    b. 1.5°W
    c. 1.0°W
    d. 0.0°
4015: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°W. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a true heading of 319°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 354° 122.5° - 114° 239.5° - 234°
030.5° - 024° 152.0° - 144° 269.0° - 264°
061.5° - 054° 181.0° - 174° 298.0° - 294°
092.0° - 084° 210.0° - 204° 327.5° - 324°

    a. 0.5°E
    b. 1.0°W
    c. 2.5°E
    d. 2.5°W
4016: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°W. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a magnetic compass heading of 004°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 354° 122.5° - 114° 239.5° - 234°
030.5° - 024° 152.0° - 144° 269.0° - 264°
061.5° - 054° 181.0° - 174° 298.0° - 294°
092.0° - 084° 210.0° - 204° 327.5° - 324°

    a. 1.5°W
    b. 0.5°W
    c. 0.0°
    d. 1.0°E
4017: You swung ship and compared the magnetic compass against the gyro compass to find deviation. Gyro error is 2°E. The variation is 8°W. Find the deviation on a gyro heading of 196°.
HEADING HEADING HEADING
PSC PGC PSC PGC PSC PGC
358.5° - 350° 122.5° - 110° 239.5° - 230°
030.5° - 020° 152.0° - 140° 269.0° - 260°
061.5° - 050° 181.0° - 170° 298.0° - 290°
092.0° - 080° 210.0° - 200° 327.5° - 320°

    a. 2.0°E
    b. 2.0°W
    c. 1.0°W
    d. 0.0°
6143: At 2027 you obtain a radar range to Shagwong Point of 3.4 miles and a tangent bearing to the east end of Long Island of 172°T. Which statement is TRUE?

    a. You are to the left of your DR track.
    b. You are inside a precautionary area.
    c. Your speed made good from 1949 to 2027 is 14.0 knots.
    d. Your course made good from 1949 to 2027 is 111°T.
6144: What are the dimensions of the Old River Lock on the Lower Old River (mile 304 AHP)?

    a. 1190 X 75 feet
    b. 1185 X 84 feet
    c. 1190 X 84 feet
    d. 1185 X 75 feet
6446: You continue on course from your 1126 fix. At 1131 Cape Charles Light bears 322°T. At 1135 you change course to 000°T. At 1149 Cape Henry Light bears 247°T. Which statement concerning your 1149 running fix is TRUE?

    a. Your fathometer reads 47 feet.
    b. You are in a danger area.
    c. Chesapeake Light is due south of you.
    d. You are north of Smith Island Shoal.
6844: At 1010 your vessel passes close abeam to Buoy "NCB" in the inbound traffic lane. At this time the Chesapeake Bay Pilot informs you that he will not board your vessel until 1100. The pilot boat is located 1.5 miles northeast of Cape Henry Light. What should you reduce your speed to in order to arrive at the pilot boat at this time?

    a. 5.9 knots
    b. 7.5 knots
    c. 8.2 knots
    d. 9.8 knots
10100: Your GPS position is LAT 36°59.0'N, LONG 75°48.6'W. What is the course per standard magnetic compass to a position one mile south of Cape Charles Buoy "14" (which is positioned at LAT 37°07.4'N, LONG 75°41.0'W)?

    a. 045°psc
    b. 049°psc
    c. 053°psc
    d. 057°psc
10101: Your GPS position is LAT 36°59.0'N, LONG 75°48.6'W. What is the course per standard magnetic compass to a position one mile east of Cape Charles Buoy "14" (LAT 37°07.4'N, LONG 75°41.0'W)?

    a. 040°psc
    b. 045°psc
    c. 049°psc
    d. 053°psc
10102: Your GPS position is LAT 37°07.5'N, LONG 75°39.1'W. What is the course per standard magnetic compass (psc) to a position 0.3 mile due north of North Chesapeake Entrance Buoy NCA (LL #375)?

    a. 222°psc
    b. 228°psc
    c. 231°psc
    d. 234°psc
10103: Your GPS position is LAT 37°01.5'N, LONG 75°31.7'W. What is the course per standard magnetic compass to Chesapeake Light?

    a. 243°
    b. 240°
    c. 237°
    d. 231°
10104: Your GPS position is LAT 36°55.2'N, LONG 75°33.1'W. What is the course per standard magnetic compass to Rudee Inlet (LAT 36°49.8'N, LONG 75°58.0'W)?

    a. 246.0°psc
    b. 254.5°psc
    c. 261.0°psc
    d. 265.5°psc
10105: What is the course psc from Chesapeake Light to North Chesapeake Entrance Buoy NCA?

    a. 313°psc
    b. 317°psc
    c. 321°psc
    d. 325°psc
10106: What is the course per standard magnetic compass from Chesapeake Light to North Chesapeake Entrance Lighted Whistle Buoy NCA?

    a. 316°psc
    b. 321°psc
    c. 323°psc
    d. 326°psc
10107: What is the first course per standard magnetic compass (psc) in the outbound southeasterly traffic lane of the Chesapeake Bay entrance traffic separation scheme?

    a. 133°psc
    b. 138°psc
    c. 143°psc
    d. 148°psc
10108: What is the base course per standard magnetic compass while southbound in the middle leg of York Spit Channel?

    a. 161.0°psc
    b. 165.5°psc
    c. 180.0°psc
    d. 184.0°psc
10109: What is the base course (psc) in the inbound northeasterly traffic lane of the Chesapeake Bay entrance traffic separation scheme?

    a. 261°psc
    b. 258°psc
    c. 250°psc
    d. 244°psc
10200: YourGPS position is LAT 41°10.0'N, LONG 72°52.5'W. What is the course per standard magnetic compass to a position one mile due south of Falkner Island Light?

    a. 065°psc
    b. 081°psc
    c. 093°psc
    d. 097°psc
10201: Your present position is LAT 41°05.5'N, LONG 72°38.0'W. Assuming that there are no set and drift, what course must you steer per standard magnetic compass (psc) to arrive at a position 0.5 mile due south of New Haven Lighted whistle Buoy NH?

    a. 315.5°psc
    b. 310.5°psc
    c. 290.5°psc
    d. 284.5°psc
10202: Your present position is LAT 41°05.5'N, LONG 72°38.0'W. Assuming that there is no set and drift, what course must you steer per standard magnetic compass (psc) to arrive at a position midway between New Haven Harbor Channel buoys #1 and #2?

    a. 137°psc
    b. 309°psc
    c. 315°psc
    d. 319°psc
10203: Your present position is LAT 41°05.5'N, LONG 72°38.0'W. Assuming there is no set and drift, what course must you steer per standard magnetic compass (psc) to arrive at a position 3 miles due north of Horton Point Light?

    a. 077°psc
    b. 081°psc
    c. 085°psc
    d. 088°psc
10204: Your present position is LAT 41°05.5'N, LONG 72°38.0'W. Assuming that there is no set and drift, what course must you steer per standard magnetic compass (psc) to arrive at a position 5 miles due south of Saybrook Breakwater Light?

    a. 089°psc
    b. 080°psc
    c. 077°psc
    d. 066°psc
10205: Your present position is LAT 41°05.5'N, LONG 72°38.0'W. Assuming that there is no set and drift, what course must you steer per standard magnetic compass (psc) to arrive at a position 2 miles due west of Twenty-Eight Foot Shoal Lighted Buoy (LAT 41°09.3'N, LONG 72°30.5'W)?

    a. 055°psc
    b. 059°psc
    c. 064°psc
    d. 069°psc
10206: Your 2230 position is LAT 41°07.4'N, LONG 72°44.0'W. Assuming that there are no set and drift, what course must you steer per standard magnetic compass (psc) to leave Twenty-Eight Foot Shoal Lighted Buoy (LAT 41°09.3'N, LONG 72°30.4'W) 1 mile abeam to port?

    a. 084°psc
    b. 091°psc
    c. 094°psc
    d. 098°psc
10207: Your 2230 position is LAT 41°07.4'N, LONG 72°44.0'W. Assuming that there is no set and drift, what course must you steer per standard magnetic compass to leave Twenty-Eight Foot Shoal Lighted Buoy 1 mile abeam to starboard?

    a. 086°psc
    b. 091°psc
    c. 094°psc
    d. 098°psc
10208: Your GPS position is LAT 41°08.5'N, LONG 72°28.8'W. What course must you steer per standard magnetic compass (psc) to leave Cornfield Lighted Whistle Buoy "CF" 0.5 mile abeam to starboard?

    a. 032°psc
    b. 048°psc
    c. 055°psc
    d. 067°psc
10209: Your GPS position is LAT 41°08.5'N, LONG 72°28.8'W. What course must you steer per standard magnetic compass (psc) to leave Cornfield Lighted Whistle Buoy "CF" 0.5 mile abeam to port?

    a. 064°psc
    b. 077°psc
    c. 088°psc
    d. 092°psc
10209: Your GPS position is LAT 41°08.5'N, LONG 72°28.8'W. What course must you steer per standard magnetic compass (psc) to leave Cornfield Lighted Whistle Buoy "CF" 0.5 mile abeam to port?

    a. 064°psc
    b. 077°psc
    c. 088°psc
    d. 092°psc
10210: Your present position is LAT 41°07.4'N, LONG 72°44.0'W. Assuming that there is no set and drift, what course must you steer per standard magnetic compass (psc) to a position of LAT 41°08.5'N, LONG 72°28.8'W?

    a. 073°psc
    b. 084°psc
    c. 091°psc
    d. 097°psc
10300: Determine the course per standard magnetic compass from the entrance to Quonochontaug Pond (LAT 41°19.8'N, LONG 71°43.2'W) to the entrance to Great Salt Pond on Block Island.

    a. 129.5°psc
    b. 134.0°psc
    c. 156.0°psc
    d. 159.0°psc
10301: Determine the course per standard magnetic compass from Cerberus Shoal Buoy 9 (LAT 41°10.4'N, LONG 71°57.1'W) to the entrance to Quonochontaug Pond (LAT 41°19.8'N, LONG 71°43.2'W).

    a. 030°psc
    b. 036°psc
    c. 059°psc
    d. 067°psc
10302: Determine the course per standard magnetic compass from Cerberus Shoal Buoy 9 (LAT 41°10.4'N, LONG 71°57.1'W) to a position 0.2 mile south of Race Rock Light (LAT 41°14.6'N, LONG 72°02.8'W).

    a. 326.5°psc
    b. 324.0°psc
    c. 298.5°psc
    d. 296.0°psc
10303: Determine the course per standard magnetic compass from 0.2 mile south of Race Rock Light (LAT 41°14.6'N, LONG 72°02.8'W) to the entrance of the channel to Lake Montauk (west of Montauk Point).

    a. 137.0°psc
    b. 152.0°psc
    c. 165.5°psc
    d. 168.5°psc
10304: Determine the course per standard magnetic compass from the entrance to Ninigret Pond (LAT 41°21.3'N, LONG 71°38.3'W) to the entrance to Great Salt Pond on Block Island.

    a. 192.0°psc
    b. 184.0°psc
    c. 154.5°psc
    d. 152.5°psc
10305: You are 3 miles due east of Montauk Point Light. What is the course per standard magnetic compass to a position one mile due south of Block Island Southeast Point Light?

    a. 070.0°
    b. 076.5°
    c. 082.5°
    d. 087.5°
10306: You are 3 miles due east of Montauk Point Light. What is the course per standard magnetic compass to LAT 41°00.0'N, LONG 71°40.0'W?

    a. 145.5°psc
    b. 142.5°psc
    c. 138.5°psc
    d. 127.0°psc
10307: You are 3 miles due east of Montauk Point Light. What is the course per standard magnetic compass to a position 0.5 mile due south of Race Rock Light?

    a. 324°psc
    b. 328°psc
    c. 331°psc
    d. 339°psc
10308: You are 3 miles due east of Montauk Point Light. What is the course per standard magnetic compass to a position 1.5 miles due east of Watch Hill Point Light?

    a. 341°psc
    b. 337°psc
    c. 011°psc
    d. 007°psc
10309: You are 3 miles due east of Montauk Point Light. What is the course per standard magnetic compass to LAT 41°00.0'N, LONG 71°30.0'W?

    a. 108°psc
    b. 122°psc
    c. 124°psc
    d. 130°psc
10500: At 1712 your GPS indicates a position of LAT 36°54.8'N, LONG 75°39.8'W. You are on course 319° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 9.9 knots. At 1800 your GPS indicates your position at LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°45.8'W. What were the set and drift?

    a. 262°T at 0.9 knot
    b. 267°T at 1.3 knots
    c. 087°T at 1.2 knots
    d. 093°T at 0.8 knot
10501: At 0939 your GPS position is LAT 36°57.0'N, LONG 75°41.0'W. You are on course 119° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 12.8 knots. At 1017 your GPS indicates your position as LAT 36°54.2'N, LONG 75°33.1'W. What were the set and drift?

    a. 280°T at 1.0 knot
    b. 275°T at 1.8 knots
    c. 091°T at 1.6 knots
    d. 103°T at 1.1 knots
10502: At 1239 your GPS indicates a position of LAT 36°55.2'N, LONG 75°33.1'W. You are on course 281° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 9.2 knots. At 1318 your GPS indicates your position as LAT 36°54.8'N, LONG 75°39.8'W. What were the set and drift?

    a. 130°T at 1.2 knots
    b. 156°T at 0.6 knot
    c. 352°T at 1.3 knots
    d. 335°T at 1.0 knot
10503: At 0817 your GPS indicates a position of LAT 37°01.6'N, LONG 75°31.7'W. You are on course 182° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 9.2 knots. At 0913 your GPS indicates your position at LAT 36°52.3'N, LONG 75°30.8'W. What were the set and drift?

    a. 121°T at 0.8 knot
    b. 139°T at 1.1 knots
    c. 219°T at 1.1 knots
    d. 298°T at 0.7 knot
10504: At 1354 your GPS indicates a position of LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°45.8'W. You are on course 088° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 9.5 knots. At 1500 your GPS indicates your position as LAT 37°01.6'N, LONG 75°31.7'W. What were the set and drift?

    a. 273°T at 0.8 knot
    b. 241°T at 1.1 knots
    c. 061°T at 1.3 knots
    d. 092°T at 0.9 knot
10505: At 0919 your position is LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°30.0'W. You are on course 270°T at 8.7 knots. At 1000 your position is LAT 36°59.5'N, LONG 75°37.0'W. What was the current?

    a. 137° at 0.6 knot
    b. 150° at 1.0 knot
    c. 331° at 0.7 knot
    d. 347° at 0.7 knot
10506: At 0919 your position is LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°30.0'W. You are on course 270°T at 8.7 knots. At 1031 your position is LAT 36°59.5'N, LONG 75°44.9'W. What was the set and drift?

    a. 239° at 0.8 knot
    b. 252° at 1.3 knots
    c. 060° at 0.7 knot
    d. 073° at 1.2 knots
10507: At 0919 your position is LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°30.0'W. You are on course 270°T at 10.5 knots. At 1020 your position is LAT 36°59.5'N, LONG 75°44.9'W. What was the current?

    a. 026° at 0.7 knot
    b. 046° at 1.0 knot
    c. 226° at 0.8 knot
    d. 246° at 1.4 knots
10508: At 0919 your position is LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°30.0'W. You are on course 270°T at 8.7 knots. At 1000 your position is LAT 37°00.5'N, LONG 75°37.0'W. What was the set and drift?

    a. 010° at 0.5 knot
    b. 017° at 1.0 knot
    c. 020° at 0.4 knot
    d. 032° at 0.9 knot
10509: At 0919 your position is LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°30.0'W. You are on course 270°T at 7.8 knots. At 1035 your position is LAT 37°00.5'N, LONG 75°43.8'W. What was the set and driftt?

    a. 281° at 0.7 knot
    b. 292° at 1.0 knot
    c. 305° at 1.3 knots
    d. 113° at 1.2 knots
10600: At 1620 your GPS indicates a position of LAT 41°09.0'N, LONG 72°40.0'W. You are on course 134° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 10 knots. At 1700 your GPS indicates your position as LAT 41°05.3'N, LONG 72°33.7'W. What were the set and drift?

    a. 067°T at 1.7 knots
    b. 078°T at 1.1 knots
    c. 243°T at 1.0 knot
    d. 249°T at 1.6 knots
10601: At 1645 your GPS position is LAT 41°09.2'N, LONG 72°36.9'W. You are steering course 262° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 12 knots. At 1721 you fix your position by plotting several compass bearings on nearby known fixed objects. These result in a position of LAT 41°07.2'N, LONG 72°44.9'W. What were your set and drift?

    a. 040°T at 0.8 knot
    b. 030°T at 1.7 knots
    c. 225°T at 0.9 knot
    d. 242°T at 1.1 knots
10602: At 1815 your GPS position is LAT 41°09.2'N, LONG 72°36.9'W. You are steering course 285° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 16 knots. At 1909 you fix your position by plotting several compass bearings on nearby known fixed objects. These result in a position of LAT 41°08.5'N, LONG 72°53.7'W. What were your set and drift?

    a. 292°T at 1.8 knots
    b. 243°T at 1.0 knot
    c. 118°T at 1.9 knots
    d. 111°T at 2.1 knots
10603: At 1300 your GPS position is LAT 41°09.2' N, LONG 72°36.9'W. You are steering course 291° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 8 knots. At 1345 you fix your position by plotting several compass bearings on nearby known fixed objects. These result in a position of LAT 41°09.9'N, LONG 72°46.1'W. Which statement is TRUE with respect to the combined effects of wind and current experienced since 1300?

    a. There has been no set and drift.
    b. Set and drift are westerly at approximately 0.9 knot.
    c. Your speed over the bottom is approximately 9.2 knots.
    d. Set and drift are easterly at approximately 1.0 knot.
10604: At 2245 your GPS position is LAT 41°01.75'N, LONG 72°48.40'W. You are steering course 086° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 6.0 knots. At 2400 you fix your position by plotting several compass bearings on nearby known fixed objects. These result in a position of LAT 41°04.20'N, LONG 72°38.85'W. What were your set and drift?

    a. 162°T at .2 knot
    b. 180°T at .4 knot
    c. 339°T at .5 knot
    d. 007°T at .4 knot
10605: At 0620 your GPS position is LAT 41°01.8'N, LONG 72°48.40'W. You are steering course 274° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 10 knots. At 0735 you fix your position by plotting several compass bearings on nearby known fixed objects. These result in a position of LAT 40°59.50'N, LONG 73°06.50'W. What were your set and drift?

    a. 304°T at 0.8 knot
    b. 276°T at 1.2 knots
    c. 099°T at 0.5 knot
    d. 094°T at 1.3 knots
10606: At 0915 your GPS position is LAT 41°04.9'N, LONG 72°42.1'W. You are on course 085° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 6 knots. At 1030 your GPS position is 0.5 mile due south of Twenty-Eight Foot Shoal Lighted Buoy "TE". What were your set and drift?

    a. 042°T at 2.4 knots
    b. 045°T at 1.9 knots
    c. 221°T at 2.0 knots
    d. 225°T at 2.3 knots
10607: At 0912 your GPS position is LAT 41°04.9'N, LONG 72°42.1'W. You are on course 085° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 6 knots. At 1052 your GPS position is 0.5 mile due south of Twenty-Eight Foot Shoal Lighted Buoy "TE". What were your set and drift?

    a. 145°T at 1.2 knots
    b. 148°T at 0.9 knot
    c. 320°T at 1.3 knots
    d. 325°T at 0.7 knot
10608: At 1825 your GPS position is LAT 41°04.9'N, LONG 72°42.1'W. You are on course 085° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 10 knots. At 1910 your GPS position is 1 mile due south of Twenty-Eight Foot Shoal Lighted Buoy. What were your set and drift?

    a. 233°T at 2.9 knots
    b. 227°T at 2.5 knots
    c. 054°T at 2.8 knots
    d. 051°T at 2.1 knots
10609: At 1922 your GPS position is LAT 41°04.9'N, LONG 72°42.1'W. You are on course 085° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 10 knots. At 2019 your GPS position is 1 mile due south of Twenty-Eight Foot Shoal Lighted Buoy "TE". What were your set and drift?

    a. 343°T at 0.7 knot
    b. 340°T at 1.2 knots
    c. 164°T at 0.9 knot
    d. 161°T at 1.1 knots
10610: At 1645 your GPS position is LAT 41°04.9' N, LONG 72°42.1'W. You are on course 072° per standard magnetic compass at a speed of 14 knots. At 1727 another GPS fix places your vessel 1 mile due north of Twenty-Eight Foot Shoal Lighted Buoy TE. What were your set and drift?

    a. 032°T at 1.2 knot
    b. 026°T at 1.1 knot
    c. 207°T at 0.9 knot
    d. 212°T at 1.2 knots
10611: You are off the coast of Mexico and are taking a time tick for 1800. At approximately 1754, you hear the preparatory signal "VVVV de XDD" from the time signal station. Then you hear a series of 1 second dashes followed by a 9 second silent period and then a long 1.3 second dash. At the beginning of the long dash, your comparing watch reads 06h 00m 07s. When compared to the chronometer, the comparing watch reads 06h 01m 24s, and the chronometer reads 05h 59m 23s. What is the chronometer error?

    a. 0m 07s fast
    b. 1m 17s fast
    c. 0m 37s slow
    d. 1m 54s slow
10612: You are taking a time tick using the 2000 signal from Kekaha-Kauai, Hawaii (WWVH). You hear a series of 1 second dashes followed by a 9 second silent period, then a long 1.3 second dash. At the beginning of the long dash, your comparing watch reads 08h 00m 08s. When compared to the chronometer, the comparing watch reads 08h 01m 15s, and the chronometer reads 07h 59m 55s. What is the chronometer error?

    a. 0m 08s fast
    b. 1m 07s fast
    c. 1m 12s slow
    d. 1m 28s slow
10700: At 1020 your position is LAT 41°11.0'N, LONG 71°50.0'W. You are on course 056° per standard magnetic compass at 9.2 knots. At 1112 your position is LAT 41°15.9'N, LONG 71°41.7'W. What were the set and drift?

    a. 130°T at 0.9 knot
    b. 141°T at 1.2 knots
    c. 331°T at 0.8 knot
    d. 346°T at 1.1 knots
10701: At 0947 your position is LAT 41°15.9'N, LONG 71°41.7'W. You are on course 182° per magnetic compass at 11.3 knots. At 1020 your position is LAT 41°09.2'N, LONG 71°40.6'W. What were the set and drift?

    a. 211°T at 1.0 knot
    b. 229°T at 2.0 knots
    c. 058°T at 1.8 knots
    d. 043°T at 1.1 knots
10702: At 1922 your position is LAT 41°09.2'N, LONG 71°40.6'W. You are on course 028° per standard magnetic compass at 6.4 knots. At 2046 your position is LAT 41°17.2'N, LONG 71°38.6'W. What were the set and drift?

    a. 235°T at 0.8 knot
    b. 247°T at 1.1 knots
    c. 049°T at 0.7 knot
    d. 062°T at 1.0 knots
10703: At 1516 your position is LAT 41°11.3'N, LONG 71°48.6'W. You are on course 300° per standard magnetic compass at 9.4 knots. At 1600 your position is LAT 41°14.0'N, LONG 71°58.1'W. What were the set and drift?

    a. 142°T at 1.9 knots
    b. 153°T at 1.4 knots
    c. 332°T at 1.5 knots
    d. 347°T at 1.1 knots
10704: At 2038 your position is LAT 41°09.2'N, LONG 71°40.6'W. You are on course 301° per standard magnetic compass at 7.2 knots. At 2152 your position is LAT 41°11.3'N, LONG 71°48.6'W. What were the set and drift?

    a. 080°T at 1.0 knot
    b. 096°T at 2.0 knots
    c. 261°T at 1.2 knots
    d. 277°T at 0.9 knot
10705: At 0726 you depart Lake Montauk with light 1 close aboard and set course 013.5° per standard magnetic compass at 7.6 knots. At 0812 your GPS position is LAT 41°10.0'N, LONG 71°55.9'W. What is the current?

    a. 151°T at 1.0 knot
    b. 164°T at 0.7 knot
    c. 334°T at 1.1 knots
    d. 321°T at 0.8 knot
10706: At 0726 you depart Lake Montauk with light 1 close aboard and set course 310.5° per standard magnetic compass at 7.6 knots. At 0812 your GPS position is LAT 41°08.1'N, LONG 72°03.7'W. What is the current?

    a. 151°T at 1.0 knot
    b. 164°T at 0.7 knot
    c. 334°T at 1.4 knot
    d. 321°T at 0.8 knot
10707: At 0726 you depart Lake Montauk with light 1 close aboard and set course 065° per standard magnetic compass at 6.7 knots. At 0912 your GPS position is LAT 41°12.8'N, LONG 71°48.2'W. What is the current?

    a. 151°T at 1.0 knot
    b. 164°T at 0.7 knot
    c. 287°T at 2.0 knots
    d. 321°T at 0.8 knot
10708: At 0726 you depart Lake Montauk with light 1 close aboard and set course 309° per standard magnetic compass at 6.7 knots. At 0818 your GPS position is LAT 41°07.1'N, LONG 72°02.6'W. What is the current?

    a. 102°T at 0.6 knot
    b. 164°T at 0.7 knot
    c. 334°T at 0.9 knot
    d. 321°T at 0.6 knot
10709: At 0726 you depart Lake Montauk with light 1 close aboard and set course 065° per standard magnetic compass at 6.7 knots. At 0912 your GPS position is LAT 41°10.5'N, LONG 71°46.6'W. What is the current?

    a. 151°T at 1.2 knots
    b. 164°T at 0.7 knot
    c. 227°T at 0.9 knot
    d. 240°T at 1.4 knots
10900: The abandoned lighthouse west of Cape Henry Light is __________.

    a. painted black and white
    b. a low mound of rubble
    c. a gray, pyramidal structure
    d. a steel skeleton structure
10901: The area around Cape Charles is _______________ .

    a. low and bare, but the land back of it is high and wooded
    b. composed of low to medium rolling hills
    c. well defined with rocky outcroppings
    d. marked by high, barren hills
10902: Fishermans Island (LAT 37°05.0'N, LONG 75°57.7'W) is __________.

    a. privately owned
    b. sparsely wooded and awash at spring tides
    c. a high rocky promontory with marshy backwater
    d. a National Wildlife Refuge
10903: What is the distance from Norfolk to Philadelphia for a deep draft vessel via the Chesapeake Bay and C and D Canal ?

    a. 209 miles
    b. 245 miles
    c. 286 miles
    d. 302 miles
10904: What is the distance from Chesapeake Bay entrance to Baltimore?

    a. 150 nm
    b. 162 nm
    c. 173 nm
    d. 247 nm
10905: You wish to anchor and fish in the regulated navigation area in the vicinity of LAT 37°02'N, LONG 76°01'W. Which of the following statements is TRUE?

    a. Anchoring is prohibited in this area due to the danger of unexploded mines on the bottom.
    b. You may anchor in this area only in the event of an emergency such as loss of main propulsion.
    c. You may anchor in this area if your vessel is less than 65 feet in length or if you have the Captain of the Port's permission.
    d. Any vessel can anchor without restriction as the regulations only apply to vessels underway.
10906: What correction should be applied to the charted depths of the Poquoson River at York Point at the PM low water on 18 December 1983?

    a. +1.9 feet
    b. -0.1 feet
    c. -0.4 feet
    d. No correction is necessary
10907: What is the time (DST ZD +4) of the AM high tide at York Point, Poquoson River on 8 September 1983?

    a. 0955
    b. 1048
    c. 1055
    d. 1102
10908: What is the velocity of the first maximum flood current in Lynnhaven Roads on 23 July 1983?

    a. 0.4 knot
    b. 0.5 knot
    c. 0.8 knot
    d. 1.3 knots
10909: What will be the average direction of the current in Lynnhaven Roads at 1000 DST (ZD +4) on 23 July 1983?

    a. 305°T
    b. 125°T
    c. 070°T
    d. Almost slack water
11001: What time will high water occur at Saybrook Jetty on the morning of 29 October 1983?

    a. 0145
    b. 0255
    c. 0405
    d. 0920
11002: What was the height of the high water at Saybrook Jetty on the afternoon of 18 February 1983?

    a. 1.4 ft.
    b. 2.0 ft.
    c. 2.4 ft.
    d. 2.9 ft.
11003: What best describes the condition of the tidal current at New London Harbor Entrance, at 0945 on 3 March 1983?

    a. It is slack water.
    b. The current has reached its maximum flood velocity.
    c. It has reached its maximum ebb velocity.
    d. The current is approaching slack water.
11005: What is the maximum speed permitted in the Main Entrance Channel to Port Jefferson Harbor?

    a. 3 mph
    b. 5 mph
    c. 7 mph
    d. 12 mph
11006: At what time will the first maximum flood occur 1 mile east of Old Field Point on 29 April 1983? (You are keeping daylight saving time ZD +4).

    a. 0957
    b. 1059
    c. 1328
    d. 1423
11007: What will be the height of the high water at Mount Sinai Harbor on the morning of 26 August 1983?

    a. 4.1 feet
    b. 6.3 feet
    c. 7.2 feet
    d. 8.4 feet
11009: What best describes the structure from which Stratford Point Light is shown?

    a. Brown conical tower with white horizontal band in center of light on black pier
    b. Red conical tower on brown cylindrical pier
    c. White octagonal house on brown cylindrical pier
    d. White conical tower, with brown band midway of height
11010: What is the maximum speed permitted in Clinton Harbor?

    a. 6 mph
    b. 8 mph
    c. 10 mph
    d. 12 mph
11011: According to the U.S. Coast Pilot, what is the depth of the channel between State Pier No. 1 and the U.S. Navy Submarine Base in New London Harbor?

    a. 40 feet (12.1 meters)
    b. 38 feet (11.5 meters)
    c. 36 feet (10.9 meters)
    d. 34 feet (10.3 meters)
11012: Which statement is FALSE with regard to Plum Island Harbor West Dolphin Light?

    a. The light is maintained from sundown to 0130 daily.
    b. The light is white.
    c. The light is maintained by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
    d. The light is located on a dolphin.
11013: What will be the height of the tide at Horton Pt., New York, on 16 June 1983, at 1845 DST (ZD +4)?

    a. 0.2 foot
    b. 2.7 feet
    c. 4.1 feet
    d. 5.5 feet
11014: What will be the velocity of the tidal current outside the breakwater at New Haven Hbr. entrance on 26 May 1983 at 1045 DST (ZD +4)?

    a. 0.0 knot
    b. 0.3 knot
    c. 0.5 knot
    d. 1.3 knots
11100: Block Island is __________.

    a. surrounded by wide sandy beaches
    b. a low, marshy island
    c. hilly with elevations to 200 feet (60.5 m)
    d. a national bird sanctuary
11101: Great Salt Pond on Block Island is __________.

    a. entered through a dredged cut
    b. not accessible in easterly gales
    c. available for vessels up to a maximum draft of 8 feet (2.4m)
    d. not affected by the tide
11102: What is the velocity of the first PM (Daylight Savings Time) maximum ebb current at Plum Gut on 10 August 1983?

    a. 3.3 knots
    b. 4.0 knots
    c. 4.5 knots
    d. 5.4 knots
11103: Point Judith Harbor of Refuge (LAT 41°22'N, LONG 71°30'W) __________.

    a. is used only by tows
    b. has moorings for small craft along the breakwater
    c. is easily entered in all sea conditions
    d. is entered through either the East Gap or the West Gap
11104: What is the time of the first PM (Daylight Savings Time) maximum ebb current at Plum Gut on 10 August 1983?

    a. 1231
    b. 1249
    c. 1340
    d. 1445
11105: What is the height of the tide at Great Salt Pond on Block Island at the afternoon high water (daylight savings time) on 1 July 1983?

    a. 3.9 feet
    b. 3.0 feet
    c. 2.4 feet
    d. 2.1 feet
11106: What is the height of the tide at Great Salt Pond, on Block Island, at the morning high water (daylight savings time) on 1 July 1983?

    a. 1.3 feet
    b. 2.3 feet
    c. 3.2 feet
    d. There is no morning high water
11107: What is the time (Daylight Savings Time) of the first high tide on 1 July 1983 at Great Salt Pond on Block Island?

    a. 0027
    b. 0448
    c. 1158
    d. 1203
11108: The passage between Great Gull Island and Plum Island __________.

    a. is subject to weak and variable tidal currents
    b. uncovers at extreme low water
    c. should be avoided
    d. shows a whirlpool at maximum ebb current when accompanied by NW gales
11109: What is the velocity of the maximum ebb current approximately 1.1 miles ENE of Little Gull Island in the afternoon of 25 April 1983?

    a. 5.5 knots
    b. 4.7 knots
    c. 4.2 knots
    d. 1.3 knots
11300: At 1256 your GPS position is LAT 36°57.0'N, LONG 75°41.0'W. At 1336 your position is LAT 37°07.5'N, LONG 75°39.1'W. What was the speed made good between the fixes?

    a. 14.6 knots
    b. 15.2 knots
    c. 16.0 knots
    d. 18.6 knots
11301: At 1256 your GPS position is LAT 36°57.0'N, LONG 75°41.0'W. At 1331 your position is LAT 37°07.5'N, LONG 75°39.1'W. What was the speed made good between the fixes?

    a. 14.6 knots
    b. 15.2 knots
    c. 16.6 knots
    d. 18.3 knots
11302: At 1614 your GPS position is LAT 37°01.6'N, LONG 75°31.7'W. At 1703 your position is LAT 36°57.0'N, LONG 75°41.0'W. What was the course made good between the fixes?

    a. 238°T
    b. 242°T
    c. 247°T
    d. 250°T
11303: At 0856 your GPS position is LAT 37°01.6'N, LONG 75°31.7'W. At 0945 your position is LAT 36°57.0'N, LONG 75°41.0'W. What was the speed made good between the fixes?

    a. 8.4 knots
    b. 8.9 knots
    c. 9.6 knots
    d. 10.7 knots
11304: At 1422 your GPS position is LAT 37°07.5'N, LONG 75°39.1'W. At 1549 your position is LAT 36°57.0'N, LONG 75°41.0'W. What was the course made good between the fixes?

    a. 185°T
    b. 188°T
    c. 194°T
    d. 198°T
11305: At 1919 your position is LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°30.0'W. At 2000 your position is LAT 36°59.5'N, LONG 75°37.0'W. What was the speed made good?

    a. 5.6 knots
    b. 6.6 knots
    c. 8.2 knots
    d. 9.1 knots
11306: At 1919 your position is LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°30.0'W. At 1950 your position is LAT 36°59.5'N, LONG 75°37.0'W. What is the speed made good?

    a. 5.6 knots
    b. 8.2 knots
    c. 9.1 knots
    d. 10.9 knots
11307: At 1919 your position is LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°30.0'W. At 2031 your position is LAT 36°59.5'N, LONG 75°44.9'W. What was the speed made good?

    a. 8.2 knots
    b. 9.3 knots
    c. 10.0 knots
    d. 10.9 knots
11308: At 1919 your position is LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°30.0'W. At 2011 your position is LAT 36°59.5'N, LONG 75°44.9'W. What was the speed made good?

    a. 13.7 knots
    b. 12.0 knots
    c. 11.6 knots
    d. 10.9 knots
11309: At 1919 your position is LAT 37°00.5'N, LONG 75°43.8'W. At 2019 your position is LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°30.0'W. What is the course made good?

    a. 090°T
    b. 093°T
    c. 096°T
    d. 099°T
11400: At 1035 your GPS position of LAT 41°05.3'N, LONG 72°33.7'W. At 1103 your position is LAT 41°09.0'N, LONG 72°40.0'W. What was your speed made good?

    a. 6.1 knots
    b. 9.5 knots
    c. 13.0 knots
    d. 14.8 knots
11401: At 1520 your GPS position is LAT 41°13.1'N, LONG 72°16.1'W. At 1630 your position is LAT 41°17.5'N, LONG 72°04.7'W. What were your true course and speed made good?

    a. 344° at 8.2 knots
    b. 077° at 9.5 knots
    c. 063° at 8.3 knots
    d. 059° at 8.1 knots
11402: At 1018 your position is LAT 41°14.4'N, LONG 72°07.2'W. At 1036 your vessels position is LAT 41°13.1'N, LONG 72°16.1'W. What was your true course and speed made good?

    a. 259° at 22.6 knots
    b. 245° at 23.1 knots
    c. 079° at 22.8 knots
    d. 065° at 25.5 knots
11403: At 2115 your position is LAT 41°14.4'N, LONG 72°07.2'W. At 0015 your position is LAT 41°03.3'N, LONG 72°37.9'W. What was your true course made good?

    a. 062°T
    b. 076°T
    c. 245°T
    d. 259°T
11404: At 2115 your GPS position is LAT 41°03.3'N, LONG 72°37.9'W. At 0027 your position is LAT 41°14.4'N, LONG 72°07.2'W. What was your speed made good?

    a. 7.0 knots
    b. 7.5 knots
    c. 8.0 knots
    d. 8.5 knots
11405: At 2125 your GPS position is LAT 41°05.7'N, LONG 72°46.5'W. At 2208 your position is LAT 41°03.3'N, LONG 72°37.9'W. What was your course made good by standard magnetic compass?

    a. 123°psc
    b. 287°psc
    c. 303°psc
    d. 326°psc
11406: At 2021 your position is LAT 41°09.7'N, LONG 72°59.8'W. At 2057 your position is LAT 41°00.5'N, LONG 72°49.5'W. What are your true course and speed made good?

    a. 140° at 20 knots
    b. 145° at 18 knots
    c. 316° at 19 knots
    d. 320° at 17 knots
11407: At 1930 your GPS position is LAT 41°00.5'N, LONG 72°49.5'W. At 2018 your position is LAT 41°08.6'N, LONG 72°41.6'W. What was your true course and speed made good?

    a. 219° at 10.1 knots
    b. 214° at 12.5 knots
    c. 036° at 12.6 knots
    d. 039° at 11.2 knots
11408: At 1930 your GPS position is LAT 41°08.6'N, LONG 72°41.6'W. At 2024 your position is LAT 41°00.5'N, LONG 72°49.5'W. What is your true course and speed made good?

    a. 219° at 10.1 knots
    b. 216° at 11.2 knots
    c. 039° at 9.9 knots
    d. 036° at 11.1 knots
11409: At 0647 your position is LAT 41°08.6'N, LONG 72°41.6'W. At 0729 your position is LAT 41°10.3'N, LONG 72°29.2'W. What were your true course and speed made good?

    a. 074° at 9.5 knots
    b. 080° at 13.6 knots
    c. 253° at 9.7 knots
    d. 258° at 13.5 knots
11410: At 0647 a GPS fix places your vessel 1 mile due south of buoy "8C" (buoy position LAT 41°10.8'N, LONG 72°29.4'W). At 0753 another GPS fix places your vessel at LAT 41°08.6'N, LONG 72°41.6'W. What were your true course and speed made good?

    a. 088° at 9.6 knots
    b. 192° at 8.8 knots
    c. 263° at 8.5 knots
    d. 268° at 9.1 knots
11500: At 2016 your GPS position is LAT 41°07.6'N, LONG 71°37.8'W. At 2128 your GPS position is LAT 41°00.4'N, LONG 71°29.4'W. What was the speed made good between the two positions?

    a. 11.9 knots
    b. 10.2 knots
    c. 8.0 knots
    d. 7.4 knots
11501: At 2016 your GPS position is LAT 41°07.6'N, LONG 71°33.8'W. At 2128 your position is LAT 41°00.4'N, LONG 71°29.4'W. What was the speed made good between the two positions?

    a. 11.9 knots
    b. 10.2 knots
    c. 8.9 knots
    d. 6.7 knots
11502: At 1016 your GPS position is LAT 41°07.6'N, LONG 71°38.5'W. At 1104 your position is LAT 41°00.4'N, LONG 71°29.4'W. What was the speed made good between the two positions?

    a. 10.9 knots
    b. 11.7 knots
    c. 12.5 knots
    d. 13.6 knots
11503: At 1016 your GPS position is LAT 41°07.6'N, LONG 71°37.9'W. At 1104 your position is LAT 41°00.2'N, LONG 71°29.4'W. What was the true course made good between the two positions?

    a. 134°T
    b. 139°T
    c. 143°T
    d. 145°T
11504: At 1016 your position is LAT 41°07.6'N, LONG 71°38.5'W. At 1116 your position is LAT 41°01.4'N, LONG 71°29.4'W. What was the course made good between the two positions?

    a. 132°T
    b. 135°T
    c. 140°T
    d. 143°T
11505: At 1014 you depart the entrance to Lake Montauk with light "1" close aboard. Your course is 066° per standard magnetic compass, and the speed is 8.6 knots. At 1230 your position is LAT 41°20.0'N, LONG 71°40.0'W. What is the speed made good?

    a. 8.0 knots
    b. 8.3 knots
    c. 8.6 knots
    d. 8.9 knots
11506: At 1014 you depart the entrance to Lake Montauk with Light "1" close aboard. Your course is 066° per standard magnetic compass, and the speed is 8.6 knots. At 1238 your position is LAT 41°20.0'N, LONG 71°40.0'W. What is the speed made good?

    a. 8.2 knots
    b. 8.6 knots
    c. 8.9 knots
    d. 9.2 knots
11507: At 1014 you depart the entrance to Lake Montauk with light "1" close aboard. Your course is 066° per standard magnetic compass, and the speed is 8.6 knots. At 1222 your position is LAT 41°20.0'N, LONG 71°40.0'W. What is the speed made good?

    a. 8.4 knots
    b. 8.6 knots
    c. 9.2 knots
    d. 9.6 knots
11508: At 1014 you depart the entrance to Lake Montauk with light "1" close aboard. Your course is 066° per standard magnetic compass, and the speed is 8.6 knots. At 1232 your position is LAT 41°20.0'N, LONG 71°40.0'W. What is the speed made good?

    a. 8.2 knots
    b. 8.5 knots
    c. 8.9 knots
    d. 9.2 knots
11509: At 1014 you depart the entrance to Lake Montauk with light "1" close aboard. Your course is 066° per standard magnetic compass, and the speed is 8.6 knots. At 1232 your position is LAT 41°20.0'N, LONG 71°40.0'W. What is the course made good?

    a. 036°T
    b. 040°T
    c. 044°T
    d. 047°T
11700: What is the true heading to steer outbound in Thimble Shoal Channel if your engines are turning for 8.0 knots, the current is 050°T at 1.0 knot and a northerly wind causes 3° of leeway?

    a. 111°T
    b. 104°T
    c. 101°T
    d. 098°T
11701: What is the true heading to steer inbound in the York River Entrance Channel if your engines are turning for 9.5 knots, the current is 076°T at 1.2 knots, and a southwesterly wind causes 3° of leeway?

    a. 313°T
    b. 308°T
    c. 303°T
    d. 300°T
11702: You are eastbound in the Thimble Shoal Channel. What is the true heading to steer if the engines are turning for 9.5 knots, the current is 110°T at 1.2 knots, and a southerly wind causes 3° of leeway?

    a. 111°
    b. 108°
    c. 105°
    d. 100°
11703: What is the true heading to steer inbound in York River Entrance Channel if your engines are turning for 9.8 knots, the current is 220°T at 1.2 knots, and a northeasterly wind causes 3° of leeway?

    a. 319°T
    b. 315°T
    c. 301°T
    d. 298°T
11704: What is the true heading to steer in York River Entrance Channel if your engines are turning for 10.2 knots, the current is 220°T at 1.2 knots and a southwesterly wind causes 3° of leeway?

    a. 316°T
    b. 313°T
    c. 309°T
    d. 300°T
11705: Your position is LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°30.0'W. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to arrive at LAT 36°59.0'N, LONG 75°48.5'W, if the current is 043°T at 1.3 knots, a south-southeasterly wind is causing 3° of leeway, and you are turning for 8.7 knots?

    a. 260.5°psc
    b. 264.0°psc
    c. 268.0°psc
    d. 271.5°psc
11706: Your position is LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°30.0'W. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to arrive at LAT 36°59.0'N, LONG 75°48.5'W, if you are turning for 8.7 knots, the current is 039°T at 1.3 knots, and a northwesterly wind is causing 3° of leeway?

    a. 264.0°
    b. 267.5°
    c. 270.0°
    d. 273.0°
11707: Your position is LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°30.0'W. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to arrive at LAT 36°59.0'N, LONG 75°48.5'W, if you are turning for 7.8 knots, the current is 139°T at 1.3 knots, and a northwesterly wind is causing 3° of leeway?

    a. 290.0°psc
    b. 286.0°psc
    c. 283.5°psc
    d. 280.5°psc
11708: Your position is LAT 37°00.9'N, LONG 75°30.0'W. What is the course to steer per magnetic compass to arrive at LAT 36°59.0'N, LONG 75°48.5'W, if you are turning for 7.8 knots the current is 339°T at 1.3 knots, and a northwesterly wind is causing 3° of leeway?

    a. 265°psc
    b. 267°psc
    c. 269°psc
    d. 271°psc
11709: Your position is LAT 37°00.0'N, LONG 75°30.0'W. What is the course to steer per standard magnetic compass to arrive at LAT 36°59.0'N, LONG 75°48.5'W, if you are making 7.8 knots, the current is 239°T at 1.3 knots, and a southeasterly wind is causing 3° of leeway?

    a. 271°psc
    b. 274°psc
    c. 278°psc
    d. 282°psc
11800: What is the course to steer between Port Jefferson Approach buoy "PJ" and New Haven Lighted Buoy "NH"? Your engine speed is 12 knots and you allow for a current of 93°T at 0.8 knot. A NW'ly wind causes 3° leeway.

    a. 030°T
    b. 034°T
    c. 037°T
    d. 044°T
11801: What course should you steer by standard magnetic compass (psc) between Horton Pt. Light and Falkner Island Light, if the set and drift of the current are 040°T at 0.9 knot, and a westerly wind will cause 2° of leeway? Your engines are making turns for 10 knots.

    a. 314.0°psc
    b. 319.0°psc
    c. 324.5°psc
    d. 328.5°psc
11802: What course should you steer by your standard magnetic compass (psc), between New Haven Light and Stratford Pt. Light, if the set and drift of the current are 345°T at 3.0 knots, and a northerly wind will cause 1° of leeway? Your engines are making turns for 18.0 knots.

    a. 245.0°psc
    b. 247.0°psc
    c. 264.0°psc
    d. 266.5°psc
11803: What is the true course to steer between Falkner Island Light and Horton Point Light, if the set and drift of the current are 041° at 2.4 knots, and a northeasterly wind will cause 4° of leeway? Your engines are making turns for 15 knots.

    a. 116°T
    b. 124°T
    c. 134°T
    d. 142°T
11804: Your engines are making turns for 8 knots and a northerly wind is causing 3° of leeway. There is a current of 220°T at 1.5 knots. What is the course to steer between Branford Reef Light and Faulkner Island Light?

    a. 084°T
    b. 095°T
    c. 102°T
    d. 108°T
11805: What is the true course to steer between Stratford Shoal (Middle Ground Light) and New Haven Light, if the set and drift of the current are 048°T at 2 knots, and a southeasterly wind will cause 2° of leeway? Your engines are making turns for 10 knots.

    a. 032°T
    b. 037°T
    c. 039°T
    d. 041°T
11806: What course should you steer by standard magnetic compass between Mattituck Inlet and Branford Reef Light, if the set and drift of the current are 027° at 2.5 knots, and a northeasterly wind will cause 1° of leeway? Your engines are turning for 12 knots.

    a. 295°psc
    b. 305°psc
    c. 317°psc
    d. 320°psc
11807: What course should you steer by your standard magnetic compass (psc) between Horton Pt. Light and a position 2 miles due south of Branford Reef Light, if the set and drift of the current are 111°T at 2.5 knots, and a southwesterly wind will cause 4° of leeway? (Your engines are turning for 18 knots.)

    a. 306°psc
    b. 301°psc
    c. 295°psc
    d. 275°psc
11808: What is the true course to steer from a position 2 miles due south of Branford Reef Light to Horton Pt. Light, if the set and drift of the current are 247°T at 3 knots, and a southwesterly wind will cause 3° of leeway? (Your engines are making turns for 10 knots.)

    a. 104°T
    b. 100°T
    c. 095°T
    d. 087°T
11809: What course should you steer by your standard magnetic compass (psc) from a position 2 miles due south of Branford Reef Light to Horton Pt. Light, if the set and drift of the current are 065°T at 2 knots, and a northerly wind will cause 2° of leeway? Your engines are turning for 14 knots.

    a. 113°psc
    b. 118°psc
    c. 128°psc
    d. 134°psc
11811: What is the true course to steer between Horton Pt. Light and a position 2 miles due south of Branford Reef Light, if the set and drift of the current are 40°T at 1.5 knots, and an easterly wind will cause 3° of leeway? Your engines are making turns for 12 knots.

    a. 277°T
    b. 283°T
    c. 287°T
    d. 291°T
11900: What is the true course to steer between the entrance to Great Salt Pond (LAT 41°12.0'N, LONG 71°35.6'W) and the entrance to Quonochontaug Pond (LAT 41°19.8'N, LONG 71°43.2'W), if you are turning for 8.5 knots, and you allow for a current of 247°T at 1.2 knots, and an easterly wind is causing 2° of leeway?

    a. 314°T
    b. 320°T
    c. 328°T
    d. 333°T
11901: You are turning for 7.5 knots and a westerly wind is causing 2° of leeway. There is a current of 047°T at 1.2 knots. What course should you steer between the entrance to Quonochontaug Pond (LAT 41°19.8'N, LONG 71°43.2'W) and the entrance to Great Salt Pond (LAT 41°12.0'N,
LONG 71°35.6'W)?

    a. 156°T
    b. 155°T
    c. 144°T
    d. 140°T
11902: What is the true course to steer between the entrance to Lake Montauk (LAT 41°04.8'N, LONG 71°56.3'W) and Winnapaug Pond entrance) LAT 41°19.6'N, LONG 71°45.8'W), if you are turning for 9.5 knots, allow for a current of 075°T at 1.2 knots, and a westerly wind is causing 3° of leeway?

    a. 021°T
    b. 024°T
    c. 027°T
    d. 029°T
11903: What is the true course to steer between the entrance to Winnapaug Pond (LAT 41°19.6'N, LONG 71°45.8'W) and the entrance to Lake Montauk (LAT 41°04.8'N, LONG 71°56.3'W), if you are turning for 8.5 knots, allowing for a current of 095°T at 0.9 knot, and an easterly wind is causing 3° of leeway?

    a. 200°T
    b. 208°T
    c. 211°T
    d. 214°T
11904: What is the true course to steer between the entrance to Winnapaug Pond (LAT 41°19.6'N, LONG 71°45.8'W) and the entrance to Lake Montauk (LAT 41°04.8'N, LONG 71°56.3'W), if you are turning for 6.5 knots, allow for a current of 295°T at 0.9 knot, and an easterly wind is causing 4° of leeway?

    a. 196°T
    b. 200°T
    c. 213°T
    d. 217°T
11905: Your position is 3 miles due east of Montauk Point Light. What is the course to steer to arrive one mile due south of Block Island Southeast Point Light, if you are turning for 8.6 knots, the current is 130° at 1.2 knots, and a northerly wind causes 3° of leeway?

    a. 061°T
    b. 064°T
    c. 067°T
    d. 070°T
11906: Your position is 3 miles due east of Montauk Point Light. What is the course to steer to arrive at LAT 41°00.0'N, LONG 71°30.0'W, if you are turning for 8.7 knots, the current is 130° at 1.2 knots, and a northerly wind causes 3° of leeway?

    a. 112°T
    b. 108°T
    c. 105°T
    d. 102°T
11907: Your position is 3 miles due east of Montauk Point Light. What is the course to steer to arrive at LAT 41°00.0'N, LONG 71°30.0'W, if you are turning for 7.8 knots, the current is 130° at 1.2 knots, and a southerly wind causes 3° of leeway?

    a. 112°T
    b. 108°T
    c. 105°T
    d. 102°T
11908: Your position is 3 miles due east of Montauk Point Light. What is the course to steer to arrive at LAT 41°00.0'N, LONG 71°30.0'W, if you are turning for 7.8 knots, the current is 330° at 1.2 knots, and a southerly wind causes 3° of leeway?

    a. 117°T
    b. 112°T
    c. 104°T
    d. 102°T
11909: Your position is 3 miles due east of Montauk Point Light. What is the true course to steer to arrive one mile due south of Block Island Southeast Point Light, if you are turning for 6.8 knots, the current is 330° at 1.2 knots, and a southerly wind causes 3° of leeway?

    a. 081°T
    b. 084°T
    c. 087°T
    d. 090°T
12100: You sight Wolf Trap Light in line with New Point Comfort Spit Light "2" bearing 040° per standard magnetic compass. You are on course 319° per standard magnetic compass. Based on this, you __________.

    a. know the compass error is 8°W
    b. should apply 3°Easterly deviation to the bearing
    c. know the deviation table is incorrect
    d. should suspect the compass may be affected by a local magnetic disturbance
12101: You sight Thimble Shoal Light in line with Old Point Comfort Light bearing 267° per standard magnetic compass. You are on course 182°psc. Based on this, you know __________.

    a. the existing deviation is correct for that heading
    b. you should adjust your compass
    c. the compass error is 2°W
    d. the variation is 11°W
12102: You sight Thimble Shoal Light in line with Old Point Comfort Light bearing 265° per standard magnetic compass. You are on course 135°psc. Based on this, you know __________.

    a. there is no compass error
    b. there is a local magnetic disturbance
    c. you should swing your vessel and check the deviation table
    d. the deviation is 0°
12103: You sight Wolf Trap Light in line with New Point Comfort Spit Light "2" bearing 048° per standard magnetic compass. You are on course 203°psc. Based on this, you know __________.

    a. the compass error is 12°W
    b. the deviation is 9°W
    c. that the deviation table is in error
    d. the deviation is 3°E for bearings of 048° per standard magnetic compass
12104: You sight Wolf Trap Light in line with New Point Comfort Spit Light "2" bearing 234° per standard magnetic compass. You are on course 329°psc. Based on this, you __________.

    a. know the compass error is 8°W
    b. should swing the vessel to check the deviation table
    c. know the deviation is 1°W
    d. know the deviation table is accurate for that bearing
12105: While in the Back River, you sight the two tanks along the Northwest Branch (vicinity LAT 37°05.6'N, LONG 76°22.0'W) in line bearing 274°psc. If your vessel is heading 300°psc, what is TRUE?

    a. There is no deviation.
    b. The deviation is equal to the variation.
    c. The deviation is 9°E.
    d. The deviation is 0° only for a bearing of 274°psc.
12106: While in the Back River, you sight the two tanks along the Northwest Branch (vicinity LAT 37°05.6'N, LONG 76°22.0'W) in line bearing 277° per standard magnetic compass. If your vessel is heading 243°psc, what is TRUE?

    a. There is no deviation.
    b. The deviation table is incorrect.
    c. The compass error is 12°W.
    d. The deviation is 3°E for bearings of 277°psc.
12107: You sight Tue Marshes Light (LAT 37°14.1'N, LONG 76°23.2'W) in line with Goodwin Thorofare Light "16" (LAT 37°13.7'N, LONG 76°25.0'W) bearing 267° per standard magnetic compass. What is TRUE if your vessel's heading is 056°psc?

    a. The compass error is 13°E.
    b. The deviation table is in error and should be corrected.
    c. The deviation is 4°E.
    d. The deviation table is correct for a heading of 056°psc.
12108: You sight Tue Marshes Light (LAT 37°14.1'N, LONG 76°23.2'W) in line with Goodwin Thorofare Light "16" (LAT 37°13.7'N, LONG 76°25.0'W) bearing 262° per standard magnetic compass. What is TRUE if your vessel's heading is 119°psc?

    a. The compass error is 10°W.
    b. The deviation table must be corrected for the change in date.
    c. The deviation is 1°W.
    d. The deviation table is correct for a heading of 119°psc.
12109: You sight Tue Marshes Light (LAT 37°14.1'N, LONG 76°23.2'W) in line with Goodwin Thorofare Light "16" (LAT 37°13.7'N, LONG 76°25.0'W) dead ahead bearing 264° per standard magnetic compass. Which statement is TRUE?

    a. The compass error is 11°W.
    b. The deviation table must be corrected for the change in date.
    c. The deviation is 1°W for a bearing of 264° only.
    d. The variation is 9°W for a bearing of 264° only.
12200: You are on course 119°psc. You sight New Haven Outer Channel Range Rear Light in line with the Outer Channel Range Front Light bearing 346° per standard magnetic compass. This indicates that __________.

    a. you should swing the vessel to determine the deviation
    b. the existing deviation table is correct for that heading
    c. your compass is affected by a local magnetic disturbance
    d. the compass error is 16°W
12201: Your vessel is steady on a heading of 203° per standard magnetic compass when you sight New Haven Light and New Haven Outer Channel Range Front Light in line over the stern. This information indicates that the __________.

    a. existing deviation table is correct for this heading
    b. compass error is 17°W
    c. deviation table is in error for this heading
    d. deviation is 1°E
12203: Your vessel is steady on a heading of 310° per standard magnetic compass when you sight Stratford Point Light and Igor I. Sikorsky Airport Aero Beacon in line dead ahead. This information indicates that the __________.

    a. existing deviation table is correct for this heading
    b. deviation is 1°E
    c. variation is 18°W for this area
    d. compass error is 10°W
12204: You sight Stratford Shoal (Middle Ground) Light and Old Field Pt. Light in line and bearing 200° per standard magnetic compass. What is the deviation of the compass?

    a. 7°E
    b. 7°W
    c. 3°E
    d. 3°W
12205: Your vessel is steady on a heading of 160° per standard magnetic compass when you sight Southwest Ledge Light and New Haven Outer Channel Range Rear Light in line dead astern. What is the deviation of the compass based on this observation?

    a. 2°E
    b. 2°W
    c. 5°E
    d. 5°W
12206: You sight Bartlett Reef Light (LAT 41°16.5'N, LONG 72°08.2'W) in line with New London Harbor Light (LAT 41°19.0'N, LONG 72°05.4'W) and bearing 059° per standard magnetic compass. What is the compass deviation?

    a. 4°E
    b. 4°W
    c. 10°E
    d. 10°W
12207: You sight Stratford Pt. Light in line with the Igor I. Sikorsky Airport Aero Beacon bearing 319° per standard magnetic compass. What is the compass deviation?

    a. 4°W
    b. 4°E
    c. 18°W
    d. 18°E
12208: You sight Stratford Pt. Light in line with the Igor I. Sikorsky Airport Aero Beacon bearing 319° per standard magnetic compass. What is the compass error?

    a. 4°E
    b. 10°W
    c. 14°E
    d. 18°W
12208: You sight Stratford Pt. Light in line with the Igor I. Sikorsky Airport Aero Beacon bearing 319° per standard magnetic compass. What is the compass error?

    a. 4°E
    b. 10°W
    c. 14°E
    d. 18°W
12209: You sight South West Ledge Light in line with New Haven Outer Channel Range Rear Light bearing 338.5° per standard magnetic compass. What is the deviation?

    a. 3°E
    b. 4°W
    c. 6°E
    d. 9°W
12210: You sight New Haven Outer Channel Range Rear Light in line with the Outer Channel Range Front Light bearing 343° per standard magnetic compass. What is your compass error?

    a. 5°E
    b. 5°W
    c. 9°E
    d. 9°W
12300: You are on course 244° per standard magnetic compass when you sight Block Island Southeast Point Light in line with Block Island Aero Beacon bearing 326° per standard magnetic compass. Based on this you __________.

    a. should swing your vessel to check the deviation table
    b. know the compass error is 12°W
    c. should suspect that there is a local magnetic disturbance
    d. should apply 3°W deviation to any bearing (psc) while on a heading of 244°psc
12301: You are on course 055° per standard magnetic compass when you sight Block Island Southeast Point Light in line with the Block Island Aero Beacon bearing 319° per standard magnetic compass. Based on this you __________.

    a. should use 4°W deviation on true courses of 040°
    b. know the compass error is 19°W
    c. know the deviation table is correct for that heading
    d. should apply 4°W deviation to all bearings
12302: You are on course 203° per standard magnetic compass when you sight Block Island North Light in line with the Block Island Aero Beacon bearing 194° per standard magnetic compass. Based on this you __________.

    a. know the correct deviation is 3°W
    b. should swing your vessel to check the deviation table
    c. should apply 15°W compass error to all compass readings
    d. know you are steering a true course of 185°
12303: You are on course 056° per standard magnetic compass when you sight Block Island North Light in line with the Block Island Aero Beacon bearing 193° per standard magnetic compass. Based on this you __________.

    a. know the compass error is 4°E
    b. should swing your vessel to check for deviation
    c. know the deviation table is correct for that heading
    d. should use 3°W deviation on bearings of 193°psc
12304: You are on course 302° per standard magnetic compass when you sight Block Island Southeast Point Light in line with the Block Island Aero Beacon bearing 323° per standard magnetic compass. Based on this you __________.

    a. know the deviation table is correct for that heading
    b. know the deviation is 15°E
    c. should swing your vessel to check the deviation table
    d. know the deviation is equal to the variation
12305: You sight North Dumpling Island Light in line with Latimer Reef Light (LAT 41°18.2'N, LONG 71°56.0'W) bearing 095° per standard magnetic compass. If your vessel was heading 056° per standard magnetic compass at the time, which of the following is TRUE?

    a. You should subtract 15°Compass error for bearings of 095°.
    b. The deviation table is correct for all bearings of 095°.
    c. The vessel should be swung, and the deviation table checked.
    d. The compass error is 19°W for all headings.
12306: You sight North Dumpling Island Light in line with Latimer Reef Light (LAT 41°18.2'N, LONG 71°56.0'W) bearing 093° per standard magnetic compass. If your vessel was heading 185° per standard magnetic compass at the time, which of the following is TRUE?

    a. The compass error is 2°W.
    b. The deviation is 17°W.
    c. The deviation is 2°W for all bearings of 093°.
    d. The deviation table is correct for that heading.
12308: You sight North Dumpling Island Light in line with Latimer Reef Light (LAT 41°18.2'N, LONG 71°56.0'W) bearing 094° per standard magnetic compass. If your vessel was heading 207° per standard magnetic compass at the time, which of the following is TRUE?

    a. The deviation table is correct for that heading.
    b. The deviation by observation is 3°E.
    c. The compass error is 12°W.
    d. You should subtract 18° from all bearings of 094°.
12309: You sight North Dumpling Island Light in line with Latimer Reef Light (LAT 41°18.2'N, LONG 71°56.0'W) bearing 089° per standard magnetic compass. If your vessel was heading 297° per standard magnetic compass at the time, which of the following is TRUE?

    a. The deviation table is correct for that heading.
    b. The deviation equals the variation.
    c. You should swing your vessel to check the deviation table.
    d. The compass error is 13°W for all bearings of 089°psc.
12310: You sight North Dumpling Island Light in line with Latimer Reef Light (LAT 41°18.2'N, LONG 71°56.0'W) bearing 091° per standard magnetic compass. If your vessel was heading 246° per standard magnetic compass at the time, which of the following is TRUE?

    a. The deviation table is correct.
    b. The compass error is 18°W for that heading.
    c. The deviation is equal to the variation.
    d. The deviation is equal to but of opposite sign to the variation.
12500: You are on course 135° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings per standard magnetic compass: Cape Henry Light 266° Cape Charles Light 353°Chesapeake Light 124° What is your position?

    a. LAT 36°57.3'N, LONG 75°50.9'W
    b. LAT 36°57.5'N, LONG 75°50.1'W
    c. LAT 36°57.6'N, LONG 75°51.6'W
    d. LAT 35°57.9'N, LONG 75°50.8'W
12501: You are on course 056° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Cape Henry Light 262°psc Cape Charles Light 344°psc Chesapeake Light 125°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 36°58.4'N, LONG 75°49.1'W
    b. LAT 36°58.1'N, LONG 75°50.0'W
    c. LAT 36°57.8'N, LONG 75°49.2'W
    d. LAT 36°57.6'N, LONG 75°49.8'W
12502: You are on course 262° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Cape Henry Light 252°psc Cape Charles Light 003°psc Chesapeake Light 131°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 36°59.0'N, LONG 75°52.9'W
    b. LAT 36°58.1'N, LONG 75°52.6'W
    c. LAT 36°57.9'N, LONG 75°53.2'W
    d. LAT 36°58.6'N, LONG 75°52.2'W
12505: You are on course 056°psc, when you take the following bearings:
New Point Comfort Spit Light "2" 260°psc Horn Harbor Entrance Light "HH" 285°psc Wolf Trap Light 336°psc What is the position of the fix?

    a. LAT 37°19.3'N, LONG 76°08.5'W
    b. LAT 37°19.3'N, LONG 76°08.8'W
    c. LAT 37°19.2'N, LONG 76°08.2'W
    d. LAT 37°19.2'N, LONG 76°08.7'W
12506: You are on course 203° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: New Point Comfort Spit Light 2 267°psc Horn Harbor Entrance Light HH 304°psc Wolf Trap Light 006°psc What is the position of the fix?

    a. LAT 37°18.9'N, LONG 76°10.4'W
    b. LAT 37°18.8'N, LONG 76°10.8'W
    c. LAT 37°18.7'N, LONG 76°11.1'W
    d. LAT 37°18.5'N, LONG 76°10.7'W
12507: You are on course 300° per standard magnetic compass (psc) when you take the following bearings: New Point Comfort Spit Light "2" 240°psc Horn Harbor Entrance Light HH 268°psc Wolf Trap Light 003°psc What is the position of the fix?

    a. LAT 37°20.8'N, LONG 76°09.6'W
    b. LAT 37°20.8'N, LONG 76°11.0'W
    c. LAT 37°20.9'N, LONG 76°11.5'W
    d. LAT 37°21.1'N, LONG 76°08.2'W
12508: You are on course 319° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: New Point Comfort Light "2" 244°psc Horn Harbor Entrance Light "HH" 267°psc Wolf Trap Light 335°°psc What is the position of the fix?

    a. LAT 37°20.9'N, LONG 76°09.7'W
    b. LAT 37°21.0'N, LONG 76°09.2'W
    c. LAT 37°21.0'N, LONG 76°09.9'W
    d. LAT 37°21.1'N, LONG 76°09.5'W
12509: You are on course 027° per magnetic compass when you take the following bearings per magnetic compass: New Point Comfort Light "2" 253°
Horn Harbor Entrance Light HH 282°
Wolf Trap Light 348°
What is the position of the fix?

    a. LAT 37°19.4'N, LONG 76°09.5'W
    b. LAT 37°19.4'N, LONG 76°09.8'W
    c. LAT 37°19.7'N, LONG 76°10.3'W
    d. LAT 37°19.7'N, LONG 76°09.9'W
12600: You are on course 243° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Falkner Island Light 342°psc Mattituck Inlet Light 207°psc Horton Point Light 112°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°05.9'N, LONG 72°32.7'W
    b. LAT 41°05.7'N, LONG 72°31.8'W
    c. LAT 41°05.5'N, LONG 72°32.6'W
    d. LAT 41°05.3'N, LONG 72°31.9'W
12601: You are on course 062° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Branford Reef Light 060°psc Stratford Point Light 272°psc New Haven Light 324°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°07.1'N, LONG 72°53.4'W
    b. LAT 41°10.5'N, LONG 72°52.8'W
    c. LAT 41°11.6'N, LONG 72°50.0'W
    d. LAT 41°13.3'N, LONG 72°48.7'W
12602: You are on course 087° per standard magnetic compass (psc) when you take the following bearings: Falkner Island Light - 022.0°psc Horton Point Light - 111.5°psc Mt. Sinai Breakwater Light - 254.0°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°13.6'N, LONG 72°46.6'W
    b. LAT 41°10.5'N, LONG 72°40.5'W
    c. LAT 41°07.0'N, LONG 72°44.5'W
    d. LAT 41°06.8'N, LONG 72°40.7'W
12604: You are on course 082° per standard magnetic compass (psc) when you take the following bearings: New London Ledge Light - 036.5°psc Little Gull Island Light - 157.0°psc Saybrook Break Water Light - 294.5°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°02.3'N, LONG 72°04.5'W
    b. LAT 41°09.5'N, LONG 72°07.1'W
    c. LAT 41°13.6'N, LONG 72°07.5'W
    d. LAT 41°14.1'N, LONG 72°12.8'W
12605: You are on course 209° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: New Haven Light - 331.5°psc Branford Reef Light - 066.5°psc Old Field Point Light - 240.5°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°10.5'N, LONG 72°52.8'W
    b. LAT 41°11.3'N, LONG 72°49.9'W
    c. LAT 41°13.6'N, LONG 72°53.0'W
    d. LAT 41°14.5'N, LONG 72°48.8'W
12607: You are on course 240° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Old Field Point Light 253°psc New Haven Light 357°psc Mattituck Inlet Light 126°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°04.5'N, LONG 72°49.2'W
    b. LAT 41°05.7'N, LONG 72°50.2'W
    c. LAT 41°05.9'N, LONG 72°53.1'W
    d. LAT 41°08.6'N, LONG 72°53.5'W
12608: You are on course 083° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Branford Reef Light 344.5°psc Falkner Island Light 053.5°psc Mattituck Inlet Light 141.5°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°10.4'N, LONG 72°43.0'W
    b. LAT 41°09.6'N, LONG 72°44.9'W
    c. LAT 41°08.4'N, LONG 72°43.7'W
    d. LAT 41°08.0'N, LONG 72°44.8'W
12609: You are on course 239° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Falkner Island Light 314°psc Duck Island West Breakwater Light 2DI 039°psc Horton Point Light 157°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°09.9'N, LONG 72°32.0'W
    b. LAT 41°09.3'N, LONG 72°33.0'W
    c. LAT 41°10.5'N, LONG 72°32.1'W
    d. LAT 41°11.6'N, LONG 72°33.6'W
12610: You are on course 061° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Bartlett Reef Light 070°psc Saybrook Breakwater Light 010°psc Horton Pt. Light 218°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°10.4'N, LONG 72°19.6'W
    b. LAT 41°11.2'N, LONG 72°20.6'W
    c. LAT 41°13.7'N, LONG 72°23.9'W
    d. LAT 41°15.4'N, LONG 72°24.3'W
12611: You are on course 262° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Saybrook Breakwater Light - 338.5°psc Little Gull Island Light - 107.5°psc Horton Point Light - 240.0°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°11.9'N, LONG 72°16.7'N
    b. LAT 41°12.6'N, LONG 72°17.2'W
    c. LAT 41°13.0'N, LONG 72°17.7'W
    d. LAT 41°12.1'N, LONG 72°17.3'W
12612: You are on course 242° per standard magnetic compass (psc) when you take the following bearings: Stratford Point Light 325°psc Old Field Point Light 239°psc Middle Ground Light 270°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°04.4'N, LONG 72°59.5'W
    b. LAT 41°05.1'N, LONG 72°59.3'W
    c. LAT 41°05.4'N, LONG 73°00.1'W
    d. LAT 41°04.8'N, LONG 73°59.3'W
12700: You are on course 073° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Watch Hill Point Light 037°psc Montauk Point Light 179°psc Race Rock Light 289°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°13.6'N, LONG 71°54.6'W
    b. LAT 41°13.7'N, LONG 71°53.8'W
    c. LAT 41°13.7'N, LONG 71°54.9'W
    d. LAT 41°13.8'N, LONG 71°54.3'W
12701: You are on course 298° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Block Island Southeast Point Light - 058°psc Block Island Aero Beacon - 005°psc Montauk Point Light - 268°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°08.3'N, LONG 71°35.0'W
    b. LAT 41°08.2'N, LONG 71°34.4'W
    c. LAT 41°08.1'N, LONG 71°33.8'W
    d. LAT 41°08.0'N, LONG 71°34.1'W
12702: You are on course 282° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Point Judith Light - 073°psc Block Island North Light - 156°psc Watch Hill Point Light - 293°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°17.0'N, LONG 71°38.2'W
    b. LAT 41°17.1'N, LONG 71°39.1'W
    c. LAT 41°17.2'N, LONG 71°38.7'W
    d. LAT 41°17.2'N, LONG 71°37.8'W
12703: You are on course 025° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Point Judith Light - 072°psc Block Island North Point Light - 118°psc Watch Hill Light - 306°psc What s your position?)

    a. LAT 41°14.9'N, LONG 71°43.2'W
    b. LAT 41°15.1'N, LONG 71°44.0'W
    c. LAT 41°15.4'N, LONG 71°43.1'W
    d. LAT 41°15.6'N, LONG 71°42.8'W
12704: You are on course 137° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Watch Hill Point Light - 051°psc Montauk Point Light - 184°psc Race Rock Light - 279°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°15.2'N, LONG 71°54.4'W
    b. LAT 41°15.1'N, LONG 71°53.8'W
    c. LAT 41°15.1'N, LONG 71°54.9'W
    d. LAT 41°15.0'N, LONG 71°53.7'W
12705: You are on course 087° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Little Gull Island Light 277°psc Race Rock Light 303°psc Latimer Reef Light 025°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°13.1'N, LONG 71°57.5'W
    b. LAT 41°13.1'N, LONG 71°56.9'W
    c. LAT 41°13.0'N, LONG 71°58.0'W
    d. LAT 41°12.9'N, LONG 71°57.2'W
12706: You are on course 053° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Little Gull Island Light 275°psc Race Rock Light 296°psc Latimer Reef Light 011°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°12.9'N, LONG 71°56.3'W
    b. LAT 41°13.2'N, LONG 71°56.0'W
    c. LAT 41°13.4'N, LONG 71°55.5'W
    d. LAT 41°13.8'N, LONG 71°56.1'W
12707: You are on course 246° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Little Gull Island Light 286° Race Rock Light 308° Latimer Reef Light 018°What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°12.6'N, LONG 71°55.7'W
    b. LAT 41°12.6'N, LONG 71°56.6'W
    c. LAT 41°12.7'N, LONG 71°56.0'W
    d. LAT 41°13.1'N, LONG 71°56.1'W
12708: You are on course 302° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Little Gull Island Light 283°psc Race Rock Light 311°psc Latimer Reef Light 027°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°12.2'N, LONG 71°57.6'W
    b. LAT 41°12.4'N, LONG 71°57.4'W
    c. LAT 41°12.4'N, LONG 71°57.9'W
    d. LAT 41°12.6'N, LONG 71°57.6'W
12709: You are on course 157° per standard magnetic compass when you take the following bearings: Little Gull Island Light 276°psc Race Rock Light 301°psc Latimer Reef Light 028°psc What is your position?

    a. LAT 41°13.5'N, LONG 71°57.9'W
    b. LAT 41°13.5'N, LONG 71°57.4'W
    c. LAT 41°13.6'N, LONG 71°57.0'W
    d. LAT 41°13.6'N, LONG 71°57.8'W
12900: Your 1302 position is LAT 37°14.7'N, LONG 76°22.7'W. You are turning for 9.6 knots. What is your ETA at Trestle C of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel if you follow York River Entrance Channel?

    a. 1516
    b. 1505
    c. 1500
    d. 1451
12901: Your 1152 position is LAT 37°23.9'N, LONG 76°05.5'W. You are turning for 10.3 knots. What is your ETA at Trestle C of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel if you follow York Spit Channel?

    a. 1404
    b. 1349
    c. 1342
    d. 1339
12902: Your 1312 position is LAT 37°10.9'N, LONG 75°29.6'W. You are turning for 8.3 knots. What is your ETA at LAT 37°21.9'N, LONG 75°42.6'W?

    a. 1449
    b. 1456
    c. 1502
    d. 1511
12903: Your 1426 position is LAT 37°10.9'N, LONG 75°29.6'W. You are turning for 9.3 knots. What is your ETA at Chesapeake Light?

    a. 1616
    b. 1621
    c. 1626
    d. 1633
12904: Your 0916 position is LAT 37°10.9'N, LONG 75°29.6'W. You are turning for 12.3 knots. What is your ETA at North Chesapeake Bay Entrance Buoy NCA?

    a. 1035
    b. 1043
    c. 1051
    d. 1101
12905: At 0919 you are in Chesapeake Channel between Trestle B and Trestle C of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel. What is your ETA to a point between York Spit Channel Buoys "35" and "36" if you are making 11.3 knots and follow the buoyed channel?

    a. 1025
    b. 1028
    c. 1033
    d. 1037
12906: At 0919 you are in Chesapeake Channel between Trestle B and Trestle C of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel. What is your ETA between York River Entrance Channel Buoys "17" and "18" if you are making 11.3 knots?

    a. 1034
    b. 1039
    c. 1044
    d. 1049
12907: At 0914 you are in Chesapeake Channel between Trestle B and Trestle C of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel. What is your ETA at North Chesapeake Entrance Buoy NCA if you are making good 10.9 knots (Use the buoyed channel and appropriate sea lane)?

    a. 1038
    b. 1044
    c. 1049
    d. 1055
12908: At 0919 you are inbound, approximately 3.3 miles east of Cape Henry with buoy "15" close aboard to port. What is your ETA between Trestle B and Trestle C of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel if you are making 11.3 knots?

    a. 1010
    b. 1014
    c. 1019
    d. 1025
12909: At 0914 you are in Chesapeake Bay southeast inbound lane with buoy "CBJ" close aboard to port. What is your ETA at Thimble Shoal Channel Buoy "19" if you are making 10.9 knots?

    a. 1034
    b. 1038
    c. 1046
    d. 1042
13000: Your 2108 position is LAT 41°10.0'N, LONG 72°30.0'W. You are turning for 12.5 knots. What is your ETA at Buoy NH (LAT 41°12.1'N, LONG 72°53.8'W)?

    a. 2133
    b. 2227
    c. 2235
    d. 2248
13001: At 1222 your position is LAT 41°05.5'N, LONG 72°47.3'W. You are making turns for 14.5 knots. What is your ETA at Twenty-Eight Foot Shoal Lighted Buoy (LAT 41°09.3'N, LONG 72°30.5'W)?

    a. 1309
    b. 1317
    c. 1321
    d. 1328
13002: At 0829 your position is LAT 41°02.9'N, LONG 72°57.4'W. You are making turns for 8.5 knots. What is your ETA at a position midway between buoys "1" and "2" at the entrance of New Haven Outer Channel?

    a. 0925
    b. 0931
    c. 0938
    d. 0944
13003: At 2102 your position is LAT 41°02.9'N, LONG 72°57.4'W. You are making turns for 16 knots. What is your ETA at a position 5 miles due south of Falkner Island Light?

    a. 2149
    b. 2155
    c. 2159
    d. 2204
13004: At 1815 your position is LAT 41°05.5'N, LONG 72°47.3'W. You are making turns for 12.6 knots. What is your ETA at Plum Island Mid Channel Buoy PI (LAT 41°13.3'N, LONG 72°10.8'W)?

    a. 2019
    b. 2028
    c. 2032
    d. 2038
13005: At 1715 your position is LAT 41°00.0'N, LONG 72°40.0'W. You are making turns for 15.5 knots. What is your ETA at a position 1.5 miles due south of Stratford Shoal Middle Ground Light?

    a. 1820
    b. 1824
    c. 1828
    d. 1832
13006: Your 1600 position is LAT 41°08.0'N, LONG 72°44.8'W. You are making turns for 14 knots. What is your ETA at Mattituck Inlet?

    a. 1636
    b. 1643
    c. 1647
    d. 1651
13007: Your 1600 position is LAT 41°08.0'N, LONG 72°44.8'W. You are making turns for 10 knots. What is your ETA at Twenty-Eight Foot Shoal Lighted Buoy "TE" (LAT 41°09.3'N LONG 72°30.5'W)?

    a. 1647
    b. 1651
    c. 1702
    d. 1706
13008: Your 2215 position is LAT 41°05.4'N, LONG 72°59.4'W. You are making 15 knots. What is your ETA at Twenty-Eight Foot Shoal Lighted Buoy (LAT 41°09.3'N, LONG 72°30.5'W)?

    a. 2338
    b. 2343
    c. 2349
    d. 2354
13009: Your 1830 position is LAT 41°05.4'N, LONG 72°59.4'W. You are making turns for 9 knots. What is your ETA at Mattituck Inlet?

    a. 2044
    b. 2052
    c. 2059
    d. 2106
13010: Your 0620 position is LAT 40°59.5'N, LONG 73°00.5'W. You are making turns for 8 knots. What is your ETA at LAT 41°08.0'N, LONG 72°44.8'W?

    a. 0748
    b. 0802
    c. 0809
    d. 0814
13100: Your position is LAT 41°15.2'N, LONG 71°50.1'W at 1347. You are turning for 6.9 knots. What is your ETA at Shagwong Reef Buoy "7SR"?

    a. 1506
    b. 1515
    c. 1521
    d. 1527
13101: At 1523 your position is LAT 41°08.2'N, LONG 71°34.4'W. You are turning for 8.7 knots. What is your ETA at Shagwong Reef Buoy "7SR"?

    a. 1653
    b. 1700
    c. 1711
    d. 1718
13102: At 2330 your position is LAT 41°16.9'N, LONG 71°38.2'W. You are turning for 9.3 knots. What is your ETA at the entrance to Great Salt Pond on Block Island?

    a. 2355
    b. 0005
    c. 0012
    d. 0019
13104: At 0242 your position is LAT 41°16.8'N, LONG 71°39.9'W. You are turning for 9.3 knots. What is your ETA at the West Gap of Pt. Judith Harbor of Refuge?

    a. 0319
    b. 0325
    c. 0329
    d. 0336
13105: At 1048 you are in the entrance to Great Salt Pond on Block Island with buoy "5" close aboard. What is your ETA at the west gap of Point Judith Harbor of Refuge if you make good 8.3 knots?

    a. 1149
    b. 1154
    c. 1158
    d. 1203
13106: At 1048 you are in the entrance to Great Salt Pond on Block Island with buoy "5" close aboard. What is your ETA at the west gap of Point Judith Harbor of Refuge if you make good 11.3 knots?

    a. 1144
    b. 1154
    c. 1159
    d. 1205
13107: At 1103 your position is LAT 41°12.5 N, LONG 71°37.4 W. What is your ETA at the west gap of Point Judith Harbor of Refuge if you make good 11.3 knots?

    a. 1144
    b. 1154
    c. 1159
    d. 1205
13108: At 1103 you are in the entrance to Great Salt Pond on Block Island with buoy "5" close aboard. What is your ETA at light "1" at the mouth of the approaches to Lake Montauk if you make good 8.2 knots?

    a. 1249
    b. 1254
    c. 1259
    d. 1310
13109: At 1113 you are in the entrance to Great Salt Pond on Block Island with buoy "5" close aboard. What is your ETA at light "1" at the mouth of the approaches to Lake Montauk if you make good 9.6 knots?

    a. 1310
    b. 1301
    c. 1254
    d. 1249
13210: At 0943, your position is LAT 41°14.8'N, LONG 71°54.3'W. You are turning for 12.2 knots. What is your ETA at the entrance to Great Salt Pond on Block Island?

    a. 1054
    b. 1048
    c. 1040
    d. 1032
13300: The soundings on this chart are measured in __________.

    a. feet
    b. yards
    c. fathoms
    d. meters
13301: The approach channel to the town of Cape Charles (LAT 37°16'N, LONG 76°01'W) has what controlling depth?

    a. 9 feet
    b. 17 feet
    c. 20 feet
    d. 40 feet
13302: The shoal spanned by Trestle B of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel is __________.

    a. Chesapeake shoal
    b. the Middle ground
    c. Lynnhaven roads
    d. the Tail of the Horseshoe
13303: You are considering anchoring approximately three miles northeast of Chesapeake Light. After examining the chart you decide not to because of the __________.

    a. large number of wrecks
    b. coral being designated as a special protected area
    c. danger of unexploded mines
    d. area being designated as a National Marine Sanctuary
13305: What are the bottom characteristics of Nautilus Shoal (LAT 37°03'N, LONG 75°56'W)?

    a. Sand and shells
    b. Hard sand
    c. Fine gray sand
    d. Mud and sand
13306: In the northern quadrant of the circle surrounding Chesapeake Bay Entrance Junction Buoy CBJ the number 20 over a bracket appears 5 times. What do these indicate?

    a. Markers or piles are 20 feet above mean low water.
    b. The maximum draft permitted in this area is 20 feet.
    c. Obstructions have been cleared by a wire drag to 20 feet.
    d. Bench marks used to measure channel depths while dredging.
13307: The soundings on the chart are based on the depth of water available at __________.

    a. mean low water
    b. mean lower low water
    c. mean high water
    d. mean high water springs
13308: You are navigating 1 mile north of Cape Henry Lighthouse at the southern entrance to Chesapeake Bay. You observe that this area is bounded on the chart by magenta bands. This indicates a(n) __________.

    a. fish trap area
    b. explosive anchorage
    c. pilotage area
    d. danger zone
13309: What type of bottom can be expected at the northern end of York Spit Channel?

    a. Hard clay
    b. Fine gray sand
    c. Soft black mud
    d. Mud and sand
13400: You are going to anchor at Gardiners Bay in LAT 41°04.5'N, LONG 72°13.0'W. What type of bottom should you expect?

    a. Streaked mud
    b. Sand
    c. Hard rocks
    d. Soft mud
13401: You are planning to anchor in Orient Harbor at LAT 41°07.9'N, LONG 72°18.5'W. Assuming that normal conditions exist, how much anchor cable should you put out?

    a. 16 to 18 feet
    b. 40 to 60 feet
    c. 80 to 112 feet
    d. 120 to 140 feet
13402: You are planning to anchor in Orient Harbor at LAT 41°07.9'N, LONG 72°18.5'W. What type of bottom should you expect?

    a. Sticky
    b. Soft
    c. Stiff
    d. Streaky
13403: Your vessel has become disabled and is dead in the water. Your GPS set fixes your position at LAT 41°12.1'N, LONG 72°43.5'W. You decide to anchor at this position. Which type of bottom should you expect?

    a. Soft clay and sand
    b. Soft mud and shell
    c. Hard sand and rocks
    d. Blue mud and gray sand
13404: Your vessel has become disabled and is dead in the water. Your GPS position is LAT 41°12.1'N, LONG 72°43.5'W. You decide to anchor at this position. Under normal conditions, how much anchor chain should you expect to put out?

    a. 80 to 190 feet
    b. 190 to 240 feet
    c. 245 to 343 feet
    d. 345 to 420 feet
13405: At 0400 your vessel is dead in the water and in heavy fog. Your GPS position is LAT 41°12.1'N, LONG 72°43.5'W. Bottom samples are taken and indicate a composition of soft mud and shell. Your fathometer reads 40 feet. If the vessel draws 9 feet of water, which of the following is TRUE?

    a. The bottom samples and fathometer reading prove the fix is reliable.
    b. The bottom samples and fathometer readings indicate that the fix is unreliable.
    c. The information collected indicates that the fathometer may be in error.
    d. The information collected indicates that the chart is most likely in error.
13406: You are planning to anchor your vessel at LAT 41°01.1'N, LONG 73°02.8'W. What type of bottom should you expect at this position?

    a. Gray sand
    b. Soft mud
    c. Gray mud
    d. Hard sand
13407: Your position is LAT 41°03.0'N, LONG 72°42.1'W. If your draft is 8 ft, what should your fathometer read at this position?

    a. 80 ft
    b. 88 ft
    c. 96 ft
    d. 99 ft
13409: You plan to anchor your vessel at LAT 41°00.5'N, LONG 73°02.8'W. What type of bottom should you expect at this position?

    a. Gray sand
    b. Soft mud
    c. Hard sand
    d. Gray mud
13410: You plan to anchor your vessel at LAT 41°05.1'N, LONG 72°59.3'W. Assuming that normal conditions exist, how much anchor cable should you put out?

    a. 150 to 300 feet
    b. 300 to 440 feet
    c. 440 to 600 feet
    d. 640 to 750 feet
13500: The soundings on this chart are measured in __________.

    a. feet
    b. yards
    c. meters
    d. fathoms
13501: What type of bottom is found off the southern coast of Long Island?

    a. Blue Mud
    b. Shingle
    c. Brown Sand
    d. Shells
13502: The four soundings in the vicinity of LAT 41°12.2'N, LONG 71°33.0'W, that are underlined with a bracket indicate __________.

    a. that no bottom was found at the sounding depth indicated
    b. a submerged rock not dangerous to surface navigation
    c. the height a rock uncovers at low water springs
    d. a submerged danger that is cleared to the indicated depth by a wire drag
13503: You are proceeding from a point 4 miles due east of Montauk Point enroute to Long Island Sound via The Race. You should expect the soundings to __________.

    a. remain fairly constant
    b. increase rapidly at first then remain constant until through the Race
    c. start increasing when north of Montauk Point
    d. be inaccurate due to sound absorption by the mud bottom
13504: A vessel anchoring in the middle of Cherry Harbor, 1 mile off Gardiner's Island, will find what type of bottom?

    a. Rocky
    b. Shells
    c. Mud
    d. Silt
13505: What soundings are indicated by a blue tint on this chart?

    a. 30 fathoms or more
    b. 30 feet or less
    c. 30 feet or more
    d. 30 fathoms or less
13506: The broken magenta lines starting at Montauk Point and running generally ENE to Block Island indicate __________.

    a. recommended tracks to Block Island
    b. a submerged cable area
    c. a military exercise area
    d. demarcation lines for application of the COLREGS
13507: Areas enclosed by a long and short dashed magenta line indicate __________.

    a. cable areas
    b. dumping grounds
    c. fish trap areas
    d. precautionary areas
13508: The bottom approximately three miles to the ESE of Block Island Southeast Point has __________.

    a. gravel
    b. shale
    c. stones
    d. grit
13509: Sounding contours in unshaded water areas are at what interval?

    a. 10 foot up to 100 ft depths then at 30 foot intervals
    b. 30 foot intervals
    c. 10 fathom intervals
    d. The interval will vary to ensure any major underwater hazard is highlighted.
13700: Local magnetic disturbances of up to how many degrees have been noted from Cape Henry to Currituck Beach Light?

    a. 2 degrees
    b. 6 degrees
    c. 11 degrees
    d. 17 degrees
13701: Why are there no buoys charted at the approach to Sand Shoal Inlet (LAT 37°16'N, LONG 75°46'W)?

    a. No buoys are stationed there.
    b. They frequently shift position due to heavy weather.
    c. They are frequently shifted to conform to the changing channel.
    d. The buoys are being replaced with fixed lights.
13702: What chart should you use in Lynnhaven Bay (west of Cape Henry)?

    a. 12221
    b. 12256
    c. 12205
    d. 12254
13703: NOAA weather broadcasts can be received on what frequency while navigating off Cape Henry?

    a. 162.45 MHz
    b. 162.55 MHz
    c. 162.65 MHz
    d. 162.70 MHz
13705: The broken magenta lines (long and short dashes) in and around Mobjack Bay (LAT 37°20'N, LONG 76°22'W) indicate __________.

    a. amphibious training areas
    b. grounds for dredge spoil
    c. fish trap areas
    d. gunnery exercise areas
13706: What is the horizontal clearance of the navigation opening of Trestle B of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel?

    a. 21 feet
    b. 70 feet
    c. 75 feet
    d. 300 feet
13707: The level of mean high water at Old Point Comfort is how many feet above the sounding datum?

    a. 1.5 feet
    b. 2.2 feet
    c. 2.5 feet
    d. 3.5 feet
13708: A note on the chart indicates that currents in excess of how many knots can be expected in the vicinity of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel?

    a. 3.00 knots
    b. 2.20 knots
    c. 1.75 knots
    d. 1.50 knots
13709: Anchorage regulations for this area may be obtained from __________.

    a. Office of the Commander 5th Coast Guard District
    b. Commanding General, Corps of Engineers, Washington, DC
    c. Virginia - Maryland Pilots Association
    d. Chesapeake Bay Port Authority, Hampton, VA
13801: You are operating in the area approximately 2 miles southeast of Kelsey Point when you realize that your vessel's intended track will carry you over the wreck charted at LAT 41°13.5'N, LONG 72°29.6'W. Which statement is TRUE?

    a. The chart indicates the exact position of the wreck.
    b. The wreck has been cleared by wire drag to a depth of 39 ft.
    c. The wreck represents a danger to surface navigation.
    d. The wreck is visible above the sounding datum.
13802: Which chart would you use for more detailed information on the Connecticut River?

    a. 12354
    b. 12370
    c. 12371
    d. 12375
13803: NOAA Weather Broadcasts for the New London area may be received by turning your radio to __________.

    a. 162.550 MHz
    b. 162.475 MHz
    c. 162.400 MHz
    d. 162.350 MHz
13804: What is the significance of the broken magenta lines which roughly parallel the shore between Roanoke Point and Orient Point on Long Island?

    a. They mark the limits of breakers in that area.
    b. These lines warn the mariner of submerged rocks.
    c. They mark the boundary lines of fish trap areas.
    d. These lines warn the mariner of submerged pipelines.
13805: What is the danger associated with anchoring your vessel within a 300 yard radius of Gardiners Point?

    a. An unusually strong current exists in this area.
    b. The bottom is not suitable for holding the anchor.
    c. Submerged pilings may exist in this area.
    d. Your anchor could become fouled on undetonated explosives.
13806: The chart symbol surrounding Saybrook Breakwater Light warns mariners that the navigational light structure is __________.

    a. no longer maintained
    b. protected by riprap
    c. privately maintained
    d. awash at high tide
13807: The chart symbol depicted at LAT 40°58.5'N, LONG 72°43.4'W indicates a(n) __________.

    a. abandoned lighthouse
    b. light ship
    c. wreck with only its mast visible
    d. wreck showing a portion of the hull above the sounding datum
13808: The chart symbol depicted at LAT 41°13.5'N, LONG 72°29.7'W indicates __________.

    a. the exact position of a dangerous wreck
    b. the approximate position of a wreck dangerous to surface navigation
    c. a wreck cleared by wire drag to a depth of 39 feet
    d. a wreck not dangerous to surface navigation
13809: Which chart, of the same scale, continues eastward from this chart?

    a. 13205
    b. 13212
    c. 13214
    d. 13216
13810: Which chart would you use if you planned to continue westward beyond the coverage of this chart?

    a. 12363
    b. 12373
    c. 13205
    d. 13218
13900: The trapezoidal shaped areas enclosed by a thin broken magenta line and located along the south coast of Long Island are __________.

    a. designated training areas for Navy amphibious craft
    b. disposal areas for unexploded munitions
    c. fish trap areas
    d. anchorage areas for small craft
13901: The precautionary area southeast of Block Island refers to a __________.

    a. recommended traffic lane
    b. military exercise area
    c. national marine refuge
    d. dumping ground for hazardous wastes
13902: A vessel enroute to Long Island Sound from sea will enter waters governed by the Inland Rules of the Road __________.

    a. when crossing the Territorial Sea boundary
    b. between Montauk Point and Block Island
    c. when north of latitude 41°10.0'N
    d. when passing through The Race
13903: Your position is LAT 41°12.4'N, LONG 71°53.2'W. You are on course 163°T enroute to sea. You can ensure that you will clear Montauk Point if your loran reading is always __________.

    a. more than 9960-X-25990
    b. less than 9960-W-14665
    c. more than 9960-Y-43870
    d. All of the above
13904: On the south and the east coasts of Block Island are circles with a dot in the center and labeled CUP. This is a __________.

    a. conspicuous object
    b. steep depression in the surrounding hills that resembles a cup
    c. domed structure useful for navigation
    d. calling-up-point used for traffic control
13905: The Ruins (LAT 41°08.5'N, L0NG 72°08.8'W) is __________.

    a. a classic example of 18th century military fortifications
    b. in an area of unpredictable, treacherous currents
    c. restricted to surface navigation due to fishery conservation projects nearby
    d. prohibited to the public
13906: When approaching Block Island Sound from Long Island Sound, you will enter waters governed by the International Rules of the Road when you __________.

    a. pass through The Race
    b. cross the territorial sea boundary
    c. exit Block Island Sound to the east or south
    d. None of the above, as Long Island Sound is governed by the International Rules of the Road
13908: Montauk Point Light is 168 feet above what reference level?

    a. Mean low water
    b. Mean tide level
    c. Ground level
    d. Mean high water
13909: The irregular black line around a charted light such as Race Rock Light indicates that it is __________.

    a. unwatched
    b. surrounded by riprap
    c. a minor light
    d. constructed on an artificial island
14001: At 1745 Lady Island Range is in line dead ahead and Government Island Upper Range is in line on your starboard bow. Your vessel is steaming in a westerly direction. At 1851 you pass under the Interstate 5 highway bridge. What speed have you averaged?

    a. 10 mph
    b. 11 mph
    c. 12 mph
    d. 13 mph
14002: At 1630 your vessel exits Bonneville Lock steaming in a westerly direction. What speed must you average to arrive at the Interstate 5 highway bridge with an ETA of 2120?

    a. 6 mph
    b. 7 mph
    c. 8 mph
    d. 9 mph
14003: At 1430 your vessel passes under the Interstate 5 highway bridge east bound. Your engines are making RPM's for 12 mph. If the current is ebbing at 3 mph, what is your ETA at Bonneville Lock?

    a. 1744
    b. 1753
    c. 1834
    d. 1848
14004: At 1745 Lady Island Upper Range is in line dead astern and Washougal Lower Range is in line on the starboard bow. You are steaming in an easterly direction. What speed must you average to arrive abeam of Cape Horn Light No. 67 at 1839?

    a. 9.3 mph
    b. 9.8 mph
    c. 10.2 mph
    d. 10.8 mph
14005: At 0800 your vessel is at mile 110 on the Columbia River. You are steaming in an easterly direction. At 0854 Lady Island Range is in line dead astern and Government Island Upper Range is in line on your port quarter. What speed have you averaged?

    a. 8.1 mph
    b. 8.5 mph
    c. 9.4 mph
    d. 10.2 mph
14100: Your vessel is awaiting lockage at Bonneville Lock. The staff gauge on the guide wall reads 18'-06". What is the maximum vessel draft allowed to enter the lock?

    a. 17'-00"
    b. 17'-06"
    c. 18'-00"
    d. 18'-06"
14101: What signal is given by air horn to indicate that Bonneville Lock is ready for entrance?

    a. two long blasts
    b. two short blasts
    c. one short blast
    d. one long blast
14102: Your vessel is awaiting lockage at Bonneville Locks when you notice that the lock is displaying an amber signal light. What type of vessel is allowed to enter the chamber under this signal?

    a. Vessels owned or operated by the United States
    b. Passenger vessels
    c. Commercial freight and log-tow vessels
    d. All vessels
14103: You are approaching Bonneville Lock and Dam and desire lockage. Which call sign should you use to contact the lock?

    a. WUJ 33
    b. WUJ 34
    c. WUJ 41
    d. WUJ 45
14104: You are approaching Bonneville Lock and Dam. Which FM-radio channel should be used to communicate with the lockmaster?

    a. 13
    b. 14
    c. 15
    d. 16
14200: What is the length of the city wharf at The Dalles on the Columbia River?

    a. 20 feet
    b. over 1000 feet
    c. 800 feet
    d. 600 feet
14201: The draw of the Burlington Northern railroad bridge across the Columbia River at mile 328.0 shall be opened on signal, without prior notice, from __________.

    a. 6:00 am to 6:00 pm
    b. 6:00 pm to 6:00 am
    c. 8:00 pm to 4:00 am
    d. 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
14202: What is the minimum clearance for the bridge across the entrance to the Wind River at Home Valley, WA.?

    a. 14 feet
    b. 26 feet
    c. 34 feet
    d. 38 feet
14203: What is the vertical clearance of the fixed bridge across the entrance to Rock Creek at Stevenson, Washington?

    a. 18 feet
    b. 36 feet
    c. 54 feet
    d. 70 feet
14204: The mooring float at Beacon Rock State Park is restricted to pleasure boats and to periods not to exceed __________.

    a. 12 hours
    b. 24 hours
    c. 36 hours
    d. 48 hours
14205: You are off the coast of Mexico and are taking a time tick for 1600. At approximately 1554, you hear the preparatory signal "VVVV de XDD" from the time signal station. Then you hear a series of 1 second dashes followed by a 9 second silent period and then a long 1.3 second dash. At the beginning of the long dash, your comparing watch reads 03h 59m 56s. When compared to the chronometer, the comparing watch reads 04h 01m 22s, and the chronometer reads 04h 02m 11s. What is the chronometer error?

    a. 0m 04s slow
    b. 2m 15s slow
    c. 0m 45s fast
    d. 1m 26s fast
14300: What is the height above the water of Government Island Upper Range, lower light?

    a. 20 feet
    b. 24 feet
    c. 38 feet
    d. 42 feet
14301: What are the characteristics of Washougal Light on the Columbia River?

    a. Equal interval green, 6 seconds
    b. Quick flashing red, 2 seconds
    c. Flashing green, 4 seconds
    d. Flashing red, 2.5 seconds
14302: What are the characteristics of the upper light of Government Island Lower Range, on the Columbia River?

    a. Equal interval red, 6 seconds
    b. Green group flashing, 6 seconds
    c. Quick flashing red, 6 seconds
    d. Equal interval green, 6 seconds
14303: What is the height above the water of light No. 84 on the Columbia River below Bonneville lock & dam?

    a. 10 feet
    b. 14 feet
    c. 18 feet
    d. 24 feet
14304: What is a characteristic of light No. "41" on the Columbia River above Bonneville Lock?

    a. The light shows an isophase characteristic.
    b. The light is 3 meters above the water.
    c. The light is equipped with a radar reflector.
    d. The light is red in color.
14401: You are underway and steaming in an easterly direction on the Columbia River. Your vessel is positioned in the middle half of Cape Horn Channel and is abeam of Cape Horn Light. What should your fathometer read at this position, if the staff gauge at Portland reads 0 feet?

    a. 16 feet
    b. 18 feet
    c. 22 feet
    d. 24 feet
14402: You are underway and proceeding in an easterly direction on the Columbia River. Your vessel is positioned in the right outside quarter of McGowans Channel and is abeam of light No. 88. What should your fathometer read at this position, if the staff gauge at Portland reads + 15.0 feet?

    a. 22 feet
    b. 31 feet
    c. 43 feet
    d. 52 feet
14403: You are underway and steaming in an easterly direction on the Columbia River. After bringing Fisher Quarry Channel Range in line over your bow, you move to the left outside quarter of the channel. What should your fathometer read at this position, if the staff gauge at Portland reads +12.5 feet?

    a. 7.5 feet
    b. 32.5 feet
    c. 41.5 feet
    d. 51.5 feet
14404: You are underway and proceeding in an easterly direction on the Columbia River. You position your vessel in the middle of the channel and bring Government Island Lower Range in line over your bow. What should your fathometer read at this position, if the staff gauge at Portland reads 10.0 feet?

    a. 15 feet
    b. 24 feet
    c. 28 feet
    d. 31 feet
14500: Your vessel is at mile 170 on the Columbia River. You are proceeding in a westerly direction and are approaching the lift bridge at Hood River. The pool level of the Bonneville reservoir stands at 92 feet above MSL. If the highest point on your vessel is 52 feet above the water, which of the following statements is TRUE?

    a. You may pass under the lift bridge, in the "down" position with a vertical clearance of 15 feet.
    b. You may pass under the lift bridge in the "up" position with a clearance of 96 feet.
    c. You may pass under the lift bridge, in the "down" position with a vertical clearance of 25 feet.
    d. You may pass under the lift bridge, in the "up" position with a vertical clearance of 76 feet.
14501: You are proceeding in an easterly direction on the Columbia River. The pool level of the Bonneville Reservoir stands at 65 feet above MSL. If the highest point on your vessel is 54 feet above the water, what will be the vertical clearance as you pass under the overhead power cables at mile 186.2?

    a. 94 feet
    b. 101 feet
    c. 108 feet
    d. 117 feet
14502: You are proceeding in an easterly direction on the Columbia River. The pool level of the Bonneville reservoir stands at 84 feet above MSL. If the highest point on your vessel is 49 feet above the water, what will be the vertical clearance as you pass under the center of the Bridge of the Gods?

    a. 74.0 feet
    b. 86.0 feet
    c. 97.5 feet
    d. 123 feet

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