Practice Marine Licence and PWC Endorsement Tests
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An unlicensed person can operate a vessel on state waters if:
Unless a local rule says otherwise, on inland waters vessels must be operated at 5 knots or less when within what distance from the shore?
When operating a personal watercraft at a speed exceeding 5 knots on all Victorian waters, what distance must you keep from a person in the water, or from another vessel, including other personal watercrafts?
You come across a 'no boating zone'. Are you permitted to enter this zone on your personal watercraft?
When operating a personal watercraft at a speed exceeding 5 knots on Victorian waters, how far must you keep from a diver's flag on a buoy or vessel?
Why is it mandatory to carry a waterproof buoyant torch at all times when operating a personal watercraft?
When engaging in towed water sports, the master can:
What safety equipment is required onboard a personal watercraft more than two nautical miles from the shore on coastal waters?
What kind of navigation mark is this?
When should you switch on and display navigation lights on a vessel that is underway?
Your PWC has broken down. How can you highlight that you are in distress?
It is compulsory for every personal watercraft operating on Victorian waters to carry a torch that is:
The owner of a PWC:
If you are proceeding up a narrow channel, river or harbour entrance where it is not possible to maintain the minimum distance from other vessels or swimmers:
This flag signifies:
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Please select one of the practice tests from the list below:
Marine Licence Practice Tests:
PWC Endorsement Practice Tests:
Please note: Persons aged under 16 are no longer able to obtain a PWC endorsement on their restricted marine licence. Read more about the changes to laws about children operating personal watercraft.