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What is the Navigational draft of the RBM and the RBS according to the STORM?

8 Ft

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What is the depth sounder offset for both the RBM and the RBS?

-2FT

2

What is the Depth Sounder alarm Set for both the RBM and RBS?

6Ft

3

When using the SINS package, what does it mean when you are in or near blue tinted area?

You are in Shoal water

4

What is open ocean waters?

Waters extended seaward of 3 nautical miles

Ops and Position no longer than every 30 minutes

5

What is considered coastal waters?

Seaward of the territorial sea line and shoreward of the 3 nautical mile line

6

What are harbor and near coastal waters?

shoreward of the territorial sea line but not restricted waters.

Position and ops no longer than 15 minutes.

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What are restricted waters?

Increased traffic density, shoal water, known hazards and vulnerability of a vessel to cause wake damage.

Position shall be established every 3 minutes and a steering and propulsion check must be make prior to getting u/w or entering restricted waters.

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What is the XTE set for on the SINS package? What is the waypoint arrival alarm set for?

.05 or 100 yards

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What is the minimum standard waypoints or quick points to be entered into the SINS while navigating?

2 waypoints or 2 quick points

10

How often is a DR plot required while operationing in each of the following zones:
Open Ocean
Coastal waters
Harbors or Near Coastal waters
Restricted waters
within shoal waters

Open ocean: 30 minutes
Coastal water: 15 minutes
Harbor or Near Coastal waters: 15 minutes
within shoal waters: 6 minutes
Restricted waters: 3 minutes

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What are the different modes you can use for AIS?

Restricted (nobody know who you are)
Open ( used in fog etc...)

12

What are the 3 key operating area's of Station Castle Hill's AOR?

West, Central and East

13

Name 3 boat ramps in Narragansett Bay?

Conimicut Point Park (warwick)

Brenton Cove

Allen's harbor (north Kingstown)

Apponaug Cove (warwick)

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What is the Hierarchy of vessels?

Not under Command (NUC)
Restricted in maneuverability (RAM)
Constrained by draft
Fishing
Sailing vessel
Power Boat
Sea Plane

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What are the parameters for the GAR model?

GREEN=1-23

AMBER=24-44

RED=45-60

SCALE FOR EACH 0-10

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All bridges/hurricane barrier within the units AOR which have a vertical clearance of 30 FT or less have been designated as what?

Restricted or Hazardous areas by specific boat type

17

How many hours of continuous crew rest is need for every 24 hours of duty?

8 Hours

18

What us the definition of Heavy weather?

8FT seas and 30KTs of wind

19

At what time period is considered high risk missions?

2300-0500

20

What level and tier is Station Castle Hill designated as?

Level 1 Tier 2

21

Outside of entering Castle Hill Cove, all stations boats will notify the station when entering waters with less than how many FT?

8ft

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Righting moment? Sub parts to steering sailing rule (within sight, Squaring bank cushion, bank suction, bank cushion, screw rotation for 25, STAAR piece model, coxswains authority, responsibility... Danger areas in the AOR( fish trap Breton reef to sekonet, Melville, black point, Dutch island) 25 flaws... Blind spots, chart plotter in the middle, throttles... ( compartment for both boats) broaching from the beam, side force...advance and tranfer, how many safe water buoy in AOR(SR BOUY SAKONET RIVER and NB BUOY Narragansett bay two miles south of beaver tail). Mind clearing 1000 yard clearance and tripping, danger areas for fish traps(when can u go in to them? ) urgent SAR policy, slip and cavitation, pitch and diameter

Conduct of vessel

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Sub parts of the steering and sailing rules?

Section 1: conduct of vessels in any condition 4-10
Sub part 2: conduct of vessels in sight11-18
Sub part 3: conduct of vessel in restricted visibility ( rule 19)

24

Wind Speeds?

25-33? Small craft

33-47? Storm

47-63? Gale

63 + hurricane

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The distance the vessel moves along its original course from the time the rudder is put over until the new course is reached is called advance. The distance the vessel moves perpendicular to the original course during the turn is called transfer.

The distance the vessel moves along its original course from the time the rudder is put over until the new course is reached is called advance. The distance the vessel moves perpendicular to the original course during the turn is calle