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  A "standard" port is always bigger than a "secondary" port.  
 
  Whether the port is big or not has nothing to do with it.
  Never.
  Always.
  Most of the time.
 

  After having calculated a course of 180 I want to give indications to the helmsman. The variation in the area is 10W. What do I tell the helmsman ?  
 
  170°
  190°
 

  18 61,23' N - 061 13,76'W. Are these coordinates plausible ?  
 
  No.
  Yes.
 

  Between 1000H and 1200H today, the barometer went up from 1009HPa to 1015HPa. What does that mean ?  
 
  A warm front is approaching
  The weather will improve
  Lots of wind
  It will rain
 

  When tacking the sail you mainly work with is the  
 
  headsail
  spinnaker
  mainsail
 

  The sailing boat is weatherhelm, what do you do ?  
 
 
  Increase camber
  Flatten the mainsail
  Luff up
  Ease headsail
  Bear away
 

  To tighten the boom vang when you are on a close hauled sailing course is of no use.  
 
  True
  False.
 

  The moment when the sailing vessel rights itself thanks to the weight of the keel, is called  
 
  The hydro-dynamic force
  The righting moment
  The centre of the driving force
  Hull drag
 

  050N 13,453'N - 002 56,789'W. Could you confirm these coordinates are reported correctly ?  
 
  Yes.
  No
 

  What happens when pulling in the mainsheet ?  
 
  The sailing boat will bear away
  The sailing boat will continue its course
  The sailing boat will luff up