Practice Marine Licence and PWC Endorsement Tests

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Question 1

When are you required to maintain a proper lookout using sight and hearing, while operating your personal watercraft?

Question 2

A personal watercraft must give way to:

Question 3

You are operating your personal watercraft at about 8 knots and notice some swimmers in the water approximately 20m away from you, so you:

Question 4

When operating a personal watercraft on Inland waters, excluding speed restriction zones or where local rules apply, which direction are you required to travel in relation to the approximate centre of a waterway?

Question 5

When engaging in towed water sports, the master can:

Question 6

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?

Question 7

Personal flotation device must be worn by occupants of personal watercraft:

Question 8

When a number of PWC operators are operating in an organised group:

Question 9

When operating a personal watercraft at a speed exceeding 5 knots on Victorian coastal waters, how far must you keep from the water's edge?

Question 10

What is the minimum safety equipment required onboard a personal watercraft within two nautical miles of the shore when operating in coastal waters?

Question 11

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What kind of navigation mark is this?

Question 12

When underway at night or in restricted visibility a PWC:

Question 13

You come across a 'no boating zone'.  Are you permitted to enter this zone on your personal watercraft?

Question 14

When overtaking a vessel in the scenario shown below...

Vessels overtaking

Question 15

An unlicensed person can operate a vessel on state waters if:

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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.