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What action in boating should be taken in a narrow channel when approaching a bend?
If someone faints, there are a few steps that should be taken by the person/people who are around the person who has fainted. First, if they lean and start to fall, try to cat…ch them to prevent any injuries from occurring to the fainting person. Then, get the person on flat on the ground so that blood can be pumped to the brain. If the person lays unconscious for more than a few seconds, immediate medical help should be contacted. Once the person has fainted, you need to lift their legs above the heart to help the blood go to the brain so that the brain can get oxygen. Once the person regains consciousness, don't let them sit up right away. Have them lay down flat until emergency medical help has arrived, and give them cool (not cold) water to drink. Even though fainting can be no problem, it can still lead to or have to do with a serious underlying condition, so emergency medical help should ALWAYS be contacted considering the circumstances.
the power driven ship should give-way, and it must only do so by turning starboard... in good seamanship the sailing vessel should also turn starboard, but are not required t…o by law.
A boat operating in a narrow channel is required to keep as close as is safe to what side of the channel?
to the right or your starboard side
On approaching waves you should reduce your speed and approach the wave at a 45 degree angle allowing the boat to ease up and over the wave rather than smashing head on. Never… travell parallel to the wave as you risk capsizing the craft.
Side closest to starboard.
Both vessels are Power Driven Vessels - Rule 15 applies. Whichever has the other on her starboard hand must give way.
the motor boat usually gives the sailboat the right of way
sail boat has the right of way and same applies to all other boats larger than yours
Stay to the starboard edge of the channel and signal one prolonged blast
Swim steadily, and watch out for cross currents.
Put your life jacket on, secure crew and gear, and keep a sharp lookout.
get out of the water and get on land and go somewhere safe
The overtaking vessel must always give way. Therefore the powerboat must be prepared to stop or change direction - the sailboat has right of way.
shoot it so it sinks
Lane position 2
The first thing I would do is make sure my plug was in. The second would be to use my weather radio and find out which direction the storm was moving and how fast. I would… then travel the opposite direction of the storm.