Survival At Sea
If this is your first time taking the test, click on the “Briefing” tab to prepare yourself. If you are retaking the test, you may bypass the briefing and go directly to the “Action” tab to begin the test. Click on each item in the available list to move it to the priority list in order of priority from highest to lowest. Click on any item in the priority list to move it back to the available list. Keep in mind that items that you and the crew have in your pockets may be useful with certain items.
Once all items have been prioritized, a “Process” button will appear to take you to the evaluation phase of the test. If you have trouble with this form, go to the “RetroForm” tab to prioritize your items (this would be necessary if your browser doesn‘t support HTML5). Good luck and enjoy. Follow others on their adventure on Twitter, via #survivalatsea.
You have found fifteen items that are intact and undamaged after the fire. In addition to these articles, you have a serviceable rubber raft large enough to carry yourself, the crew, and all the items saved from the fire. The total contents collected from the survivor‘s pockets are a package of cigarettes, several books of matches, two watches (set at pacific daylight savings time), three pens, and five one dollar bills.
Begin this test by clicking on the “Action” tab to prioritize these items in terms of their importance to your survival. Click on the most important item first to move it from the available list to the priority list. Continue with the second most important item and so forth. If you click on an item in the priority list, it will be returned to the available list. If this form isn‘t working, try our old form.