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    1. Two boats are operating in the same general area. Who is responsible for avoiding a collision?

    D.  the operator of the smaller vessel

    2. What is the best way to avoid overloading your boat?

    C. Don't exceed the limits listed on the capacity plate.

    3. When you see red flag or buoy with a white diagonal stripe (divers-down symbol), you must:

    D. Both A and C

    4. Florida law requires a person born on or after January 1, 1988, who is operating a boat powered by a motor of 10 horsepower or greater on Florida waters to:

    A. Successfully complete an approved boating safety course and to obtaining have on board a Florida Boating Safety Education ID Card and Photographic ID card.

    5. What piece of equipment on a boat is most important in preventing propeller strike injuries?

    B. Engine cut-off switch lanyard

    6. A passenger on your boat falls overboard. What should you do FIRST?

    A. Reduce speed, and throw the victim a PFD

    7. What three ingredients are required to ignite a fire?

    A. Oxygen, fuel, and heat

    8. If you see a dead or distressed manatee, or one that is being harassed, you should:

    A. report it to FWC Law Enforcement on VHF vChannel 16 or by phone at 1-888-404-3922

    9. You see a buoy with both red and green bands. What does this buoy mark?

    A. The junction of two channels

    10. You see a white buoy with an orange square and black lettering. What does this buoy tell you?

    A. Keep out

    Which side of a boat has a red light at night?

    A. Port (left)

    11. Two boats are operating near each other. One of these boats must take early and substantial action to keep well away from the other boat. Which is the boat that must take action?

    B. The give-way vessel

    12. When boating in Florida, who has the primary responsibility for the safety of all persons aboard a recreational boat?

    A. Boat Operator

    13. According to Florida law, PFD's (life jackets) on your vessel should be sized for which person on board?

    D. its intended wearer

    14. Which PFD's would be considered readily accessible?

    A. PFD's located within easy reach of everyone on board

    15. Which of these is a factor that determines if a speed is safe for your boat?

    D. Hazard in the water

    16. A PWC must be operated in a reasonable and prudent manner. It is illegal to:

    D. All of the above

    17. Under Florida law, which persons on board a PWC must wear a PFD (life jacket)?

    A. Everyone on board

    18. In Florida, which of the following is one of the legal requirements while operating a PWC?

    C. Have a driver's license

    19. What is the most important thing to remember about steering a PWC?

    D. You lose all steering control when the engine is idling or shut off

    20. You are operating a PWC. What will happen if you shut off the engine?

    D. You will keep going in the same directions with no steering control.

    21. A PWC capsizes. What is the best way to roll the PWC to turn it upright?

    Roll the PWC according to the decal on the craft.

    22. Which of these is the most common cause of fatal boating accidents in Florida?

    bad weather

    23. It is illegal to operate which of the following while impaired due to alcohol and/or drugs?

    D. All of the above

    24. Two boats are operating in the same general area. Who is responsible for avoiding a collision?

    D. the operator of the smaller boat

    25. What is the important safety information found on a boat's capacity plate?

    D. maximum weight and/or number of people the boat can carry safely

    26. When you see a red flag or buoy with a white diagonal stripe (divers-down symbol), you must:

    D. both a and c

    27. Operators required to have a Boating Safety Education ID Card must carry it along with a _____ on board.

    B. photographic identification card

    28. What piece of equipment on a boat is most important in preventing propeller strike injuries?

    B. engine cut-off switch lanyard

    29. Your boat gets swamped far from shore. What should you do?

    A. Stay with the boat, and signal for help.

    30. What should you do if the motor on your boat catches fire?

    D. Shut off the fuel supply if possible.

    31. Destruction of seagrass in aquatic preserves is a violation of Florida law and carries a penalty of up to _____.

    D. 1000

    32. You are traveling upstream on a river at dusk. You see a buoy with the number 5 and a flashing green light. What should you do?

    A. Keep the buoy on your port (left) side.

    33. You see a white buoy with orange markings and black lettering. What type of buoy is this?

    D. regulatory marker

    34. In addition to an all-round white light, which light or lights must power-driven vessels less than 65.6 feet (20 meters) long exhibit when underway between sunset and sunrise?

    B. red and green sidelights

    35. What should you do if you are operating a motorboat that is being overtaken by a sailboat?

    C. Maintain present course and speed.

    36. What should the operator of a stand-on vessel do when encountering a give-way vessel?

    D. Maintain course and speed unless the give-way vessel does not take action.

    Source : extremejetskitour.com

    Florida Boating Laws & Regulations

    Florida boating laws and regulations. Do you need to take a boat safety course? Find out if you need a boat license in your state.

    Florida Boating Laws and Regulations

    Florida Boating Laws and Regulations Age and Operator Restrictions

    No one under the age of 14 years may operate a personal watercraft (PWC) on Florida waters at any time, even if such person possesses a Boating Safety Education I.D. Card.

    No one under the age of 18 years may rent/lease a PWC.

    It is also illegal for the owner of a PWC to knowingly allow a person under 14 years of age to operate a PWC.

    Additional Information

    The law requires that persons affected by this legislation have in their possession a Boating Safety Education I.D. Card issued by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and photographic ID while operating a vessel.

    Exemptions

    Operators are exempt from needing to get the license if they are:

    Licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard as a master of a vessel

    Operating on a private lake or pond

    Accompanied on board by a person who is exempt from the education requirement or by a person who is at least 18 years old, possesses the required identification cards, and is attendant to the operation of the vessel and responsible for any violation that occurs

    Operating a vessel within 90 days after purchase and have a bill of sale on board and available for inspection

    Enforcement

    Florida law enforcement officers patrol the waterways to make your boating experience safe and pleasant. Cooperate with them by following the laws and guidelines.

    Carry the Card: Vessel operators who are required to have a Boater Education Card must carry the card on board the vessel and have it available for inspection by an enforcement officer.Penalty: Not carrying your Boater Education Card when one is required can result in a fine.

    Reciprocity

    For visiting boaters, all states, territories, and provinces will recognize boating education cards that meet NASBLA requirements and Canadian Pleasure Craft Operator Cards that meet Transport Canada’s requirements. (This is known as “reciprocity.”)

    Source : www.boat-ed.com

    Boating Regulations

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    Boating Regulations

    The following is a summary of Florida's boating laws, found in Ch. 327 and Ch. 328, Florida Statutes. This information is included in all certified boating safety courses taught in Florida.

    Note: This information is accurate as of February 2022 and is subject to change in May of each year. Please call the FWC's Boating Safety Section at 850-488-5600 for annual updates to this information or questions regarding boating safety course requirements.

    There is no minimum age to operate a boat. However the personal watercraft regulations and boating safety requirements below are age specific and would apply.

    Vessel Registration

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    Boating Accidents

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    Reckless and Careless Operation

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    Mandatory Violator Education

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    Airboat Regulations

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    Vessel Speed Restrictions

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    Boating Under the Influence

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    Water Ski Regulations

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    Personal Watercraft Regulations

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    Mooring to Markers or Bouys

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    Updated Boating Safety Requirements

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    Divers-down Warning Devices

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    Interference with Navigation

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    Equipment and Lighting Requirements

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    Maximum Horsepower and Loading

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    Liveries (Boat/Rental Facilities)

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    Marine Sanitation Devices

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    Muffling Devices

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    Law Enforcement Authority

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    Manatee Awareness

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    Seagrass Awareness

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