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5-25. A ship's whistle is any sound signaling appliance capable of producing the prescribed blast according to Annex III of the international  and  inland  rules. 1.    True 2. False 5-26.    A prolonged blast of your ship's whistle should last for a duration of  how  many  seconds? 5-27. 5-28. 5-29. 5-30. 5-31. 1. 2 to 4 2.    4 to 6 3.    6 to 8 4.    8 to 10 Vessels 12 meters or more in length must be equipped with which of the following  devices? 1.    Gong only 2.    Bell only 3.    Whistle  and  bell 4.    Gong  and  bell Vessels more than 100 meters in length must be equipped with which of  the  following  devices? 1.    Bell, whistle, and gong 2.    Bell and whistle only 3.    Bell and gong only 4.    Bell only In international waters, how many blasts of a ship's whistle indicates  a  course  change  to starboard? 1.    One  short  blast 2.    Two  long  blasts 3.    One  prolonged  blast 4.    Two prolonged blasts In international waters, how many short  blasts  of  a  ship's  whistle indicate  that  the  ship  is  operating astern   propulsion? 1. One 2.    Two 3.    Three 4. Four A vessel in international waters is using light signals to supplement whistle  signals. How  many  flashes indicate  a  starboard-to-starboard passage? 1. One 2.    Two 3.    Three 4. Four Figure  5-B IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 5-32 THROUGH 5-34, REFER TO FIGURE 5-B. FIGURE 5-B PERTAINS TO VESSELS IN SIGHT OF ONE ANOTHER OVERTAKING IN A NARROW CHANNEL IN INTERNATIONAL  WATERS. 5-32. What signal must vessel E give when overtaking  vessel  Z? 1.    One prolonged blast followed by one  short  blast 2.    Two prolonged blasts followed by  two  short  blasts 3.    One prolonged blast followed by three  short  blast 4.    Two prolonged blasts followed by  four  short  blasts 5-33. What signal must vessel F give when overtaking  vessel  Z? 1.    Two prolonged blast followed by one  short  blast 2.    Two prolonged blasts followed by  two  short  blasts 3.    One prolonged blast followed by three  short  blast 4.    Two prolonged blasts followed by  four  short  blasts 5-34. Which of the following blast length symbols  represents  the  correct sound pattern that vessel Z should give to indicate agreement with an overtaking  signal  given  by  vessel F? 1. 2. 3. 4. 27

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