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BOATING EXAM. BOATING SAFETY. CLASSIFICATION. BOATING. MOTORS. OUTBOARD MOTORS ARE A COMPLETE PROPULSION SYSTEM FROM THE ENGINE TO THE PROPELLER. STERN DRIVES USE A MODIFIED AUTOMOBLE ENGINE MOUNTED INSIDE THE BOAT. INBOARD ENGINE ARE FOUND ON LARGER BOATS.

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Motors
MOTORS

  • OUTBOARD MOTORS ARE A COMPLETE PROPULSION SYSTEM FROM THE ENGINE TO THE PROPELLER.

  • STERN DRIVES USE A MODIFIED AUTOMOBLE ENGINE MOUNTED INSIDE THE BOAT.

  • INBOARD ENGINE ARE FOUND ON LARGER BOATS.

  • JET PUMP DRAWS WATER INSIDE AND PUMPS WATER OUTSIDE AT HIGH RATE OF SPEED.


Legal requirements
LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

  • REGISTRATION REQUIREENTS AND PROCEDURES VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.

  • HULL IDENTFIATION NUMBERS ARE A BOATS IDENTIFICATION NUMBER.THE NUMBER IS FOUND OUTSIDE OF THE HULL ABOVE THE WATERLINE.


Equipment requirements
EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

  • PFD NEED TO BE COAST GUARD APPROVED.

  • EACH PASSENGER MUST HAVE A PFD.THERE MUST BE THROWABLE CLASS IV.

  • THEY HAVE TWO SIZES 9OLBS OR MORE ADULT AND LESS THAN 90LBS CHILD.

  • BOATS 16 FEET OR MORE MUST HAVE A TYPE 1, II , III WEARABLE DEVICES PLUS A THROWABLE DEVICE TYPE IV.

  • ALL BOATS MUST HAVE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. THEY ALSO MUST BE COAST GUARD APPROVED


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EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

  • WHISTLES , HORNS , BELLS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL BOATS .

  • LIGHTS : ALL BOATS MUST AVE LIGHTS F THEY ARE OPERATED AT NIGHT.


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BOATING

  • MOST BOATING FATALITIES ARE THE RUSULT OF CAPSIZING OR FALLS OVERBOARD.

  • MOST CHANGES IN THE WEATHER COME THE WEST.

  • REGULATORY BUOYS IN THE UNIFORMED STATE WATER WAY MARKING SYSTEM ARE RECOGNIZED BY THE HORIZATIONAL ORANGE BANDS AT THE TOP AND THE BOTTOM.



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BOATING

  • ALWAYS RESPECT THE RIGHTS OF OTHERS ON THE WATERWAYS .

  • RESPECT SHORELINE PROPERTY OWNERS

  • DON’T POLLUTE.

  • AS SKIPPER OF YOUR BOAT YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR SAFE COURTEOUS , BOATING.

  • WHEN BOATING NEAR LARGE VESSELS, YOU SHOULD AVOID JUMPING WAKES , RIDING CLOSE ALONG SIDE OR CUTTING UNDER THE BOW.


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BOATING

  • THE NECESSARY LENGTH OF A BOAT TRAILER IS DETERMINED BY THE LENGTH OF THE BOAT.

  • WHEN BOARDING A SMALL BOAT YOU SHOULD STEP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE BOAT.

  • WHEN A BOAT IS OVERPOWERED OR OVERLOADED IT IS LESS STABLE.



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BOATING

CHOOSING THE RIGHT BOAT.

THERE ARE APPROXIM ATELY 2,OOO BOAT MANUFACTURES AND MORE THAN 4,OOO DIFFERENT MODELS.

CONSIDER WHAT TYPE WATER AND ACTIVITY THE BOAT WILL BE IN.

BE SURE THE BOAT IS LARGE ENOUGH TO HANDLE THE INTENDED LOAD.


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BOATING

  • CLASSIFICATION

  • MOTORBOATS ARE DIVIDED INTO FOUR CLASSES BY LENGTH.

  • CLASS A – LESS THAN 16 FEET

  • CLASS 1 – 16 FEET TO LESS THAN 26 FEET

  • CLASS 2 – 26 FEET TO 40 FEET

  • CLASS 3 – 40 FEET TO 65 FEET

  • MEASURE THE BOAT FROM EN TO END ALONG THE CENTER LINE.


Basic hull design
BASIC HULL DESIGN

  • DISPLACEMENT HULLS MOVE THROUGH THE WATER , REQUIRE VERY LITTLE POWER FOR THEIR SIZE . BARGES

  • PLANING HULLS RIDE UP ON THE WATER . BASS BOATS , SKI BOATS.

  • HULL DESIGNS: FLAT BOTTOM- JON BOATS. ROUND BOTTOM – CANOE.


Types of boats
TYPES OF BOATS

  • UTILITY BOATS / JON BOATS ALL ARE TIPPY

  • RUNABOUTS POWERED BY OUTBOARD MOTOR. FISHING BOATS.

  • CRUISERS ARE LARGER BOATS.

  • PERSONAL WATERCRAFT

  • INFLATABLES

  • SAILBOATS

  • SAILBOARDS


Alabama boating terms
ALABAMA BOATING TERMS

  • ANCHOR: USED TO SECURE THE VESSEL FROM MOVING.

  • BILGE : LOWEST PART OF THE BOATS HULL.

  • BOW : TOWARD THE FRONT OF THE BOAT.

  • CAPACITY PLATE : TELLS MAX WEIGHT , MAX PEOPLE , MAX HORSE POWERFOR THE BOAT.

  • CAPSIZE : TOTURN THE BOAT OVER.

  • CARDINAL POINTS : FOUR MAIN POINTS ON A COMPASS.


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ALABAMA BOATING TERMS

  • CHARTS : MAPS OF THE WATER.

  • GIVE WAY VESSEL : THE BOAT THAT YIELDS.

  • GUNWALE : THE SIDE F THE BOATS HULL.

  • BOW: FRONT OF THE BOAT.

  • STERN : BACK OF THE BOAT.

  • STAND ON VESSEL : VESSEL HAS THE RIGHT OF WAY.

  • PORT: LEFT SIDE

  • STARBOARD : RIGHT SIDE


Navigation rules
NAVIGATION RULES

  • ALWAYS KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT TO AVOID ACCIDENTS.

  • NEGLIGENT OPERATION.

  • SPEED REGULATIONS

  • RISTRICTED AREAS

  • RIDING ON GUNWALES OR DECKS.

  • INTERFERENCE WITH NAVIGATION

  • POLLUTION REGULTION.

  • NAVIGATION RULES :KNOW THE RULES OF THE ROAD.

  • RIGHT OF WAY.


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NAVIGATION RULES

  • WATER SKIING : IT IS RECOMMEND TO HAVE A OBSERVER ON BOARD.

  • MOTORBOATS MUST YIELD THE RIGHT OF WAY TO MANUALLY PROPELLED BOATS.

  • RED RIGHT RETURNING THAT RED BUOYS ON THE RIGHT SIDE.

  • THE UNIFORMED STATE WATERWAY SYSTEM IS INSTALLED AND MAINTAINED BY THE STATE.


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