give assistance to any person injured in the accident
Before you leave the ramp area
If necessary to avoid immediate danger
On the forward half of the vessel.
Depending to a certain extent on the boat, but the general rule is to consult your charts before you ever drop anchor anywhere. Next, point the boat against the tidal flow if any and hold the boat stationary over the ground as you pay out the chain. Once the anchor has struck let the boat away with the flow until it stops and holds fast. Remember that every six hours the flow reverses and the tide either lifts or falls by its range. The amount of chain out should be about three times the depth of the water you are anchoring in and if staying for more than one tide (especially if the half-tide current is strong, you should really anchor fore and aft.
the back of the boat, also known as the stern
It's the flat part at the back of the boat (the stern) where you would clamp an outboard motor.
When a sailboat overtakes a powerboat, the powerboat is the stand-on vessel. (Ref: SB-29)
the state of visibility
Display of a valid state registration decal
When onboard and facing the front of a boat, the starboard side is on the right side.
you should stop the engine and lift the outdrive in addition to shifting the weight away from the point of impact.
A planing hull has which of the following characteristics
Take early action to keep clear of the stand on vessel