1. When are navigation lights required?
2. When do you have to report an accident?
3. What size and type of fire extinguisher must you have on a 19 foot or larger outboard bass boat?
4. How old do you have to be in Arizona to operate a personal watercraft by yourself?
5. What is the minimum required safety equipment required on a bass boat?
6. What does an orange and white buoy with an orange circle mean?
7. What are the personal flotation device (PFD) requirements for a bass boat?
8. What direction is travel on Arizona lakes?
9. What ages of children must wear a personal flotation device (PFD) whenever the boat is underway?
10. What does a 'no wake' area mean?
11. Which sides of a boat are port and starboard?
1. Watercraft underway between sunset and sunrise.
2. Whenever injury or property damage results from the accident.
3. One B-I.
5. All watercraft, must have at least one U.S. Coast Guard approved personal flotation device (PFD), type I, II, III, or V, for each person on board. Such devices must be in good and serviceable condition, readily accessible and must fit the intended wearer. All watercraft 16 feet and longer shall have one type IV throwable PFD on board.
6. A controlled or restricted area such as a 'no ski' area.
7. One U.S. Coast Guard approved type I, II, or III wearable PFD for each person on board.
9. Twelve and under.
10. You must operate your boat at a speed that does not create a wake but in no case more than 5 mph.
11. Port and starboard are nautical and aeronautical terms which refer to the left and right sides, respectively, of a waterborne vessel or aircraft as perceived by a person on board facing the front of the craft. An easy way to remember this is that port and left are both four-letter words, which only leaves starboard as the opposite side.