Captain’s Tea Break Teaser 2 November 2016 If you are wondering how your skills are holding up or want a little refresher quiz – here it is! Here is a great way to freshen your memory whilst you enjoy a refreshing brew or beverage. Here is your November 2016 Quiz Welcome to your Captain's Tea Break Teaser 2 Feel free to have a quick informal quiz to sharpen up your skills. Start by clicking "next" 1. What would the fog signal be for this vessel?One prolonged blast followed by two short blastsOne prolonged blastOne prolonged blast followed by two short blastsOne short blast followed by two short blasts2. a What kind of vessel does this light combination show?Pilot VesselVessel Engaged in Fishing other than TrawlingVessel Engaged in Fishing by TrawlingMine hunting3. When is this knot often used on small boats?Joining two ropes togetherAttaching a rope to a fenderHoisting flags for signallingTying sails securely when reefing4. What kind of vessel is this?A power-driven vessel when fishingA power-driven vessel when towing astern where the length of the tow is less than 200 meters.A power-driven vessel when towing astern where the length of the tow exceeds 200 meters.A power-driven vessel towing that has become aground5. What does the cone at the forward end of this vessel signify?This is a sailing vessel which is also being propelled by machineryThis is a sailing vessel which is experiencing a strong southern galeThis is a sailing vessel which is signalling that she is slowing downThis is a sailing vessel which is anchored6. Where would you expect to find this high pressure system?In the Southern hemisphereIn the Northern hemisphereIn the middle of a tropical revolving stormNear the South Pole7. What does WGS84 stand for?World Geodetic System 1984Wing Guidance System 1984World Global Satellite 984World Global System 19848. When planning a voyage on a chart, which direction should a prudent mariner plan to pass this buoy?Any side - there is no hazard to shippingWestSouthNorth9. If you were heading "North East" and altered course to port by 90 degrees, what would your new heading be?045 Degrees135 Degrees345 Degrees435 Degrees10. Which is the "give way" vessel and what would she normally do?B is the "give way" vessel and she would tack to starboard.B is the "give way" vessel and she would bear away from the wind on her port side.A is the "give way" vessel and she would bear away from the wind on her port side.B is the "give way" vessel and she would tack to port.Please fill in any comments that you wish to make below. Well done for taking part. Name Email Time is Up!