Sailing Resume
Charterer's First Name
Charterer's Last Name
Street Address
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State
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Phone
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Mobile Phone
In case of emergency, contact
Emergency Phone Number
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Description of Charterer's Sailing Experience

I have been sailing for years.
I go boating approximately days per year.
I have had experience anchoring: YES NO
Size of Sailboat
Approx. # of Times
I have had experience docking a sailboat: YES NO
Size of Boat
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I have owned the following boats
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Charter Experience
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I have completed the following boating courses:

SAILING QUIZ

MATCH THE DEFINITION TO THE TERM
BY PUTTING THE LETTER IN THE BLANK

SHEET
A. back of boat
PORT
B. a point of sail
BOW
C. a type of headsail
BEAM REACH
D. line used to trim a sail
HALYARD
E. right side of boat
STARBOARD
F. device to control rudder
COME ABOUT
G. front of boat
STERN
H. line used to hoist a sail
JIB
I. change tacks
TILLER
J. left side of boat

CHECK THE MOST CORRECT RESPONSE

11.The proper command when coming about is:
a. "prepare to jibe"
c. "hard-to-wind"
b. "hard-a-lee"
d. "all hands on deck"

12. To raise the mainsail, you:
a. haul on the main halyard
c. trim the main sheet
b. haul on the main hoist
d. adjust the outhaul

13. "Falling off" is when the skipper steers the bow:
a. away from the wind
c. away from land
b. toward the wind
d. none of the above

14. "Telltales" on a headsail are used to indicate:
a. proper sail trim
c. weather helm
b. hull speed
d. none of the above

15. The procedure for reaching a destination upwind:
a. falling off
c. jibing
b. beating to windward
d. none of the above

16. If a boat fails to complete a turn and the bow points directly to the wind, the boat is said to be ______.
a. sculling
c. weatherly
b. stuck
d. in irons

17. Government regulations determine:
a. required safety gear
c. necessary lights at night
b. actions to avoid collision
d. all of the above

18. The port and starboard side of the boat change depending on the heading.

True False


19. A sailboat with its sails up and its engine running is considered a powerboat.

True False


20. A cleat is used to secure a line.

True False


21."Coming about" and "jibing" are the same

True False


22. Without a keel or centerboard, a sailboat would have a hard time sailing to windward.

True False


23. Crew members need not worry about the boom while executing a jibe.

True False


24. Three important factors in sailing are the direction of the wind, the heading of the boat and sail trim.

True False


25. When two boats have the wind on different sides, the one with the wind on her port side must keep out of the way of the "starboard" boat.

True False


26. The tiller is moved in a direction "opposite" where you want the bow to move.

True False


27. True wind and apparent wind are the same thing.

True False

28. A Navy ship in San Diego Bay must "give way" to a sailboat that is not under power.

True False


29. "Bowline", "stopper" & "figure-eight" are halyards.

True False


30. A full or deep sail is more powerful than a flat sail.

True False


31. It's a good idea to add sail area as winds increase.

True False


32. Five short blasts on the horn from a large ship indicates that "everything's okay."

True False


33. Once on board a boat, a rope becomes a line.

True False


34. A sailboat's draft is the distance from the waterline to the tip of the keel.

True False

 

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