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  1. Sailboat Hulls Deep Keel Hull Centerboard Hull B 97 02-04

  2. Boat Types Canoe Kayak Inflatable Boat Personal Watercraft BS 98 01-03-1 - B 97 02-05-1

  3. Boat Types Runabout Cruiser Sportsfisherman BS 98 01-03-2 - B 97 02-05-2

  4. Boat Types Trawler Pontoon Boat Houseboat BS 98 01-04 - B 97 02-06

  5. Types of Sail Boats Cat Boat Sloop Cutter Ketch Yawl BS 98 01-07 - B 97 02-10

  6. VHF RADIO • VHF = Very High Frequency • A vital piece of safety equipment • Clear, static-free messages 20-30 miles • 24-hour contact with Coast Guard • Contact other boats and shore stations • 24-hour source of weather information BS 98 03-37 - B 97 03-01

  7. USE YOUR VHF RADIO LEGALLY • Distress Calls – Danger to life and property • Safety Calls – Avoiding collision, safety bulletins • Operational Calls– Obtaining navigational information, supplies, accommodations, repairs; arranging to meet other boats. • Public Correspondence – with shore public telephone BS 98 03-38 - B 97 03-02

  8. CHANNEL 16 - DISTRESS, SAFETY AND CALLING • If you have your radio on, you must monitor channel 16 ( In Coast Guard District 1, Channel 09 may also used) • All boats monitoring this channel insures that distress messages will be heard BS 98 03-40 - B 97 03-03

  9. SPECIAL RADIO WORDS • “Affirmative” = You are correct • “Negative” = No • “Out” = I am through talking • “Over” = I am through talking; I expect a reply • “Roger” = I received your last call OK BS 98 03-41 - B 97 03-04

  10. EMERGENCY CALLSTHE DISTRESS SIGNAL“MAYDAY” • For assistance when there is immediate danger to life and property • Examples • Life-threatening medical emergencies • Boat sinking • Boat on fire BS 98 03-43 - B 97 03-05-1

  11. EMERGENCY CALLSTHE URGENCY CALL“PAN-PAN” • For assistance when the danger does not warrant a “MAYDAY” call • Examples: • Running out of fuel • Lost in a fog • Unable to control or operate vessel BS 98 03-44 - B 97 03-05-2

  12. EMERGENCY CALLSTHE SAFETY SIGNAL“SECURITE” • For navigation safety messages • Examples: • Weather Alerts • Operational signals - backing out of a slip, approaching a blind bend • To report a navigational hazard, such as a sunken object in a busy channel BS 98 03-45 - B 97 03-05-3

  13. EMERGENCY CALLSINFORMATION VITAL FOROBTAINING ASSISTANCE • Your location • The nature of your distress • Description of your boat • Number of persons aboard (Any injured) • Seaworthiness of your boat BS 98 03-42 - B 97 03-06

  14. RECREATIONAL BOATVHF CHANNELS 06 Ship to ship safety 13 Navigational safety - ship to ship, locks and bridges 16 Distress, safety, calling 09 Alternative calling channel - ship to ship, ship to coast 22 Communication with Coast Guard after contacting on channel 16; for receiving CG safety information 68, 69, 71, 72, 78 - Working channels BS 98 03-39 - B 97 03-07

  15. Additional VHF Channels BS 98 03-46 - B 97 03-08