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Sailaway - Questionnaire - Third Part - Safety and Weather

  Third Part - Safety and Weather  
  The tension of the batteries should not go below  

  A bolthole always has to be ...  
  a harbour
  leeward of the vessel
  as near as possible to your current position

  When risk of collision exists you first  
  stay on course
  quickly make a large and wide turn
  Reduce speed to a minimum

  A vessel sailing beam reach port tack has right of way according to the rules when encountering  
  a sailing vessel sailing close haued port tack
  a sailing vessel sailing a training run course port tack.
  a sailing vessel sailing beam reach starboard tack
  a sailing vessel sailing a training run course starboard tack.

  By studying this weather map can you tell how much wind there is at the belgian coast ?  
  NW 10 knots
  SE 15 knots
  SW 15 knots
  NW 15 knots
  NW 25 knots

  In case someone falls into the water, which button will you press on the GPS ?  

  How would you answer the following call: "Sailing vessel in position five one degree one three minute north zero zero three degree four five minute east heading zero nine zero come in please."  
  Setra Setra Setra calling the station, roger, over.
  Station calling sailing vessel Setra, switch on channel sixty eight, six eight., over.
  Yes, it's me over

  We are taking in a lot of water (leak) and decide to ask for help. We will emit the following message via the radio  

  HIGH IRISH SEA 1035 SLOW MOVING AND DECLINING 1033 BY 0700 TOMORROW. What wind direction is there most probably in Belgium?  

  When navigating with heavy weather, you will be wearing a life jacket and a harnass. Where would you attach yourself ?  
  To the frame around the compass
  At the chain plate of a shroud
  To a shroud
  To a lifeline
  To a stanchion