We are going with the third marine lexicon. The first was made up of beginner-level questions, to warm up engines. The second was an intermediate level, to keep cruising speed. Here is the third test. We are at full speed, advanced level. Hold on!
Before starting, would you like to warm up your engines? Click here to answer the questions of the Marine Lexicon Round 1. So keep cruising speed? Click here to answer the questions of the Marine Lexicon Round 2.
1 / There are several types of pleasure craft: day-cruisers, vedettes, cabin cruisers ... How are they different?
For the length
For the maximum passenger capacity
For the ability to resist waves and winds
2 / On the Beaufort scale, where is the storm, hard wind?
After the storm, strong wind
Before the storm, strong wind
3 / What documents do I need on board to navigate in Spanish waters?
The registration certificate, your boat license
The registration certificate, your boat license and the proof of the last engine check
The registration certificate, your boat license and the insurance payment certificate
4 / Which or which of these materials is prohibited in the composition of antifouling paint?
Tin and lead
5 / My boat has an IPS propulsion system. Is it necessary to equip it with a stern thruster?
6 / The propeller of your front drive currently has 4 blades. You replace it with a 6 blade propeller. What's the score?
The thruster will be more efficient
The thruster will be less efficient
There is no difference, it is a question of engine power
7 / The hull of the neighboring ships of the dock has been abandoned for more than 3 years. Does this influence the electrolysis process of your boat?
It only influences the buoyancy of my boat
8 / What is this switch?
A manual toilet switch
A fire detector
An automatic bilge switch
9 / This is a shackle. A and B. What kind of shackle is it?
10 / Now that you know who I am, what material is used for the shackle in photo B?
11 / The barometric pressure drops rapidly. What can it indicate?
The weather will improve
Time will turn bad
The rain is coming
12 / It is very, very resistant. We use it often to tie. And it is very elegant! What is this knot called?
The hook knot
The tie knot
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*Did you know? Galvanizing describes a metal that is covered with a thin layer of zinc by galvanizing. Galvanized fittings are less expensive than stainless steel and last less over time.
1 / For the ability to resist waves and winds - 2 / After the storm, strong wind - 3 / The driving license, your boat license and the insurance payment certificate - 4 / Tin - 5 / No - 6 / The thruster will be more efficient - 7 / Yes - 8 / An automatic bilge switch - 9 / Lyre - 10 / Galvanized - 11 / The weather will turn bad - 12 / The gauze