How to Get and Crash a Yacht in BitLife - Prima Games

How to Get and Crash a Yacht in BitLife

Never go full Leonardo DiCaprio

by Nikola L
BitLife Employee Morale

BitLife can be truly amusing at times. It’s a very popular mobile life-sim game available on Android and iOS, where you can do many different things with your made-up character. You can either live a (seemingly) everyday life, become a criminal (because there’s a lot of illegal stuff to do within the game’s limitations), or anything in between.

Today, we are choosing violence and chaos, and Prima Games will tell you how to get your own yacht and how to sink it. Why would we buy a yacht in BitLife just to sink it? Because we can. And we need the Wolf of the Wall Street achievement (challenge) completed.

Where to Buy a Yacht in BitLife and How to Crash it

First of all, we advise you to learn how to swim. Not just “basic” learn to swim; aim to be an Olympic swimmer or something when it comes to your skill level because once you crash your yacht, you want to stay alive.

Under the Licences tab, you need to purchase a boating license to be able to buy and pilot a yacht. It doesn’t cost much at all. A lot cheaper than a yacht, of course. A yacht costs millions (depending on your choice), but you will still need to be rich to afford it.

Related: How to Get Rich in BitLife

Boating Licence Test Answers in BitLife

A natural obstacle between you and this challenge is, of course, the test, which you can take as soon as you come “of age” (18+). Here’s a cheat sheet for the test because why would you know how to drive that thing when the sole intention is to crash it as soon as possible?

  1. What is the minimum required number of flares you should have on your vessel?
  2. From what side of the vessel should you never anchor?
  3. What is 7.5 MAX kW (kilowatts) related to?
    Engine Power
  4. What is 10 MAX km/h related to?
    Speed Limit
  5. What’s the name of the back of the boat?
  6. What’s the name of the front of the boat?
  7. What’s the name of the side of the boat?
  8. What does a sign with a crossed-out Gas Station and Fan mean?
    No Combustion Vessels
  9. Required type of fire extinguisher you must have?
  10. What does a sign with a square “Swim Area” mean?
    Not Swim Area (it’s a trap). The answer is: Exclusion Area.
  11. Buoy with an orange tip is:
    Mooring Buoy
  12. Buoy with an anchor symbol is:
    Anchorage Buoy
  13. Green marker with the number 9 on it should be passed on:
  14. Red marker with the number 8 on it should be passed on:
  15. Which vessel should give way? (In the picture there are power vessel and a wind vessel)
    Power vessel
  16. Which vessel should give way (In the picture, two vessels are heading for each other)
    Submissive vessel
  17. Which vessel should give way (In the picture, there are two vessels about to collide, and they are moving in a “V” formation)
    Left vessel
  18. What does a marker with a SLOW sign mean?
    Controlled area
  19. What does an orange flag with a black square and circle mean?
  20. What does a red flag with a white diagonal line mean?
  21. Life Jacket question answer:
    Size and Fit
  22. Minimum Distance Between Vessels is?
    30 meters

After you obtain your new pricy vessel you just need to keep driving it as much as you can until RNGesus decides you’ve had enough and procs an accident on your voyage. We hope your character is healthy enough to be able to swim to safety (make sure to maintain your health). If successful, you’ve won the challenge.

Nikola L

Staff Writer at Prima Games since May 2022 Gaming since being able to hold an Amiga 500 joystick on his own, back in the early 90s (When gaming was good, remember?) He has been through thousands a lot of different video, board, and card games and it seems that he wants to make it tens of thousands soon™. Current favorites: Vampire Survivors, SMITE, Marvel Snap Participated in the organization of dozens of gaming events and tournaments and has been professionally attached to gaming since 2009.