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Sailboat Hulls. Deep Keel Hull. Centerboard Hull. Boat Types. Canoe. Kayak. Inflatable Boat. Personal Watercraft. Boat Types. Runabout. Cruiser. Sportsfisherman. Boat Types. Trawler. Pontoon Boat. Houseboat. Types of Sail Boats. Cat Boat. Sloop. Cutter. Ketch. Yawl.

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sailboat hulls
Sailboat Hulls

Deep Keel Hull

Centerboard Hull

B 97 02-04

boat types
Boat Types

Canoe

Kayak

Inflatable Boat

Personal Watercraft

BS 98 01-03-1 - B 97 02-05-1

boat types3
Boat Types

Runabout

Cruiser

Sportsfisherman

BS 98 01-03-2 - B 97 02-05-2

boat types4
Boat Types

Trawler

Pontoon Boat

Houseboat

BS 98 01-04 - B 97 02-06

types of sail boats
Types of Sail Boats

Cat Boat

Sloop

Cutter

Ketch

Yawl

BS 98 01-07 - B 97 02-10

vhf radio
VHF RADIO
  • VHF = Very High Frequency
  • A vital piece of safety equipment
  • Clear, static-free messages 20-30 miles
  • 24-hour contact with Coast Guard
  • Contact other boats and shore stations
  • 24-hour source of weather information

BS 98 03-37 - B 97 03-01

use your vhf radio legally
USE YOUR VHF RADIO LEGALLY
  • Distress Calls – Danger to life and property
  • Safety Calls – Avoiding collision, safety bulletins
  • Operational Calls– Obtaining navigational information, supplies, accommodations, repairs; arranging to meet other boats.
  • Public Correspondence – with shore public telephone

BS 98 03-38 - B 97 03-02

channel 16 distress safety and calling
CHANNEL 16 - DISTRESS, SAFETY AND CALLING
  • If you have your radio on, you must monitor channel 16

( In Coast Guard District 1, Channel 09 may also used)

  • All boats monitoring this channel insures that distress messages will be heard

BS 98 03-40 - B 97 03-03

special radio words
SPECIAL RADIO WORDS
  • “Affirmative” = You are correct
  • “Negative” = No
  • “Out” = I am through talking
  • “Over” = I am through talking; I expect a reply
  • “Roger” = I received your last call OK

BS 98 03-41 - B 97 03-04

emergency calls the distress signal mayday
EMERGENCY CALLSTHE DISTRESS SIGNAL“MAYDAY”
  • For assistance when there is immediate danger to life and property
  • Examples
      • Life-threatening medical emergencies
      • Boat sinking
      • Boat on fire

BS 98 03-43 - B 97 03-05-1

emergency calls the urgency call pan pan
EMERGENCY CALLSTHE URGENCY CALL“PAN-PAN”
  • For assistance when the danger does not warrant a “MAYDAY” call
  • Examples:
      • Running out of fuel
      • Lost in a fog
      • Unable to control or operate vessel

BS 98 03-44 - B 97 03-05-2

emergency calls the safety signal securite
EMERGENCY CALLSTHE SAFETY SIGNAL“SECURITE”
  • For navigation safety messages
  • Examples:
      • Weather Alerts
      • Operational signals - backing out of a slip, approaching a blind bend
      • To report a navigational hazard, such as a sunken object in a busy channel

BS 98 03-45 - B 97 03-05-3

emergency calls information vital for obtaining assistance
EMERGENCY CALLSINFORMATION VITAL FOROBTAINING ASSISTANCE
  • Your location
  • The nature of your distress
  • Description of your boat
  • Number of persons aboard

(Any injured)

  • Seaworthiness of your boat

BS 98 03-42 - B 97 03-06

recreational boat vhf channels
RECREATIONAL BOATVHF CHANNELS

06 Ship to ship safety

13 Navigational safety - ship to ship, locks and bridges

16 Distress, safety, calling

09 Alternative calling channel - ship to ship, ship to coast

22 Communication with Coast Guard after contacting on channel 16; for receiving

CG safety information

68, 69, 71, 72, 78 - Working channels

BS 98 03-39 - B 97 03-07

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Additional VHF Channels

BS 98 03-46 - B 97 03-08

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