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Welcome to the website where you can pass online the CES test on the subject «Deck, Management, Container Vessel». Practice like this will help you as a marine specialist improve your knowledge with the help of online studying and appraisal practice. CES based on practical information and marine specialists experience.

CES tests developed for evaluating seaman basic knowledge by Seagull Company (rebranded as «OTG»), is an evaluating online-tool, used for revealing any professional preparation needed in specific fields of knowledge, defined by STCW.

  • Test type: STCW.
  • Version: 6.0, 6.0.9.
  • Department: Deck.
  • Level: Management.
  • Vessel type: Container Vessel.

CES tests have proven themselves as good tools for the selection and recruitment process, as well as advancing the level of knowledge of the current officers and crew. Ocean Technologies Group use various subjects for question creation, which includes:

  • Crowd and Crisis Management;
  • Integrated Navigation System (INS);
  • Ballast water management;
  • Handling and Stowage;
  • Vessel operation management and safety;
  • Marine engineering;
  • Maintenance and repair, etc.

Current test contains Seagull CES questions on the subject «Deck, Management, Container Vessel». Those questions can be used for competence verification specialist capable of preventing accidental situations related with transporting safety, or also for self-examination.

«Management» subject includes theoretical and practical information about advanced training for work on any type of vessel. Knowledge of this information directly shows employee’s competence who holds a relevant post on a container vessel. In the field of container vessel deck management, professionals are responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the ship during navigation. The captain of the vessel, chief mate, and deck officers play a crucial role in navigation, cargo control, and ensuring the safety of the crew and the vessel. They work closely with engineers and other crew members, ensuring the coordinated operation of the entire ship.

Container vessel management also encompasses operational and logistical aspects. Operational managers are responsible for route planning, cargo operation management, and interaction with port authorities. Logistics specialists focus on optimizing container transport, ensuring efficient resource utilization, and minimizing costs. All these efforts aim to guarantee reliable and timely delivery of goods, which is critical in global trade.

On this site Crew Evaluation System Test on the subject «Deck, Management, Container Vessel» contains 64 questions you need to answer with no possibility to go back to previous question. Therefore, we recommend carefully reading each question and making decision with no hurry. In case you have some difficulty answering, you have also possibility to request a hint.

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Code: eL0j0KeG Where is “AFT” in the figure?

Position of the Aft on vessel

Aft is B.
Aft is C.
Aft is A.
Aft is D.
Code: ??? On the figure there are four (4) possible definitions of the term “BOLLARD” given. Which one is correct one?

Position of the Bollard on vessel

Bollard is B.
Bollard is D.
Bollard is C.
Bollard is A.
Code: ??? The figure shows the cross section of a ship floating in water with the hull coloured in red and the seabed below the vessel shaded. On this figure there are four (4) possible definitions of the term “UNDERKEEL CLEARANCE” given. Which one is the correct one?

Position of the Underkeel on vessel

Underkeel clearance is B.
Underkeel clearance is C.
Underkeel clearance is D.
Underkeel clearance is A.
Code: SMXY In the diagram, the depth of water under the keel is indicated by the letter “C”. Which bridge instrument would indicate this depth?

Position of the Echo Sounder on vessel

Echo Sounder.
Draught Indicator.
ARPA Radar.
Code: ??? On the figure there are four (4) possible definitions of the term “WINDLASS” given. Which one is the correct one?

Position of the Windlass on vessel

Windlass is given by A on the figure.
Windlass is given by B on the figure.
Windlass is given by C on the figure.
Windlass is given by D on the figure.
Code: OWGN “Overshoot” is an expression related to a ship’s steering ability. What is the correct understanding of this expression?
It is how many degrees of the compass a ship continues to turn after applying counter-rudder.
It is the way a ship turns when you put the helm in a hard over position.
It is the way a ship shoots forward when you give “kick ahead”.
It is the way a ship continues to turn when the helm is put amidship.
Code: WTWR Read the text and answer this question: What should be given to prospective seafarers? “It is recommended that every prospective seafarer should before being employed in a sea-going ship, receive proper training in personal survival techniques. In respect of such training several recommendations are made”.
Passport and visa.
Approved training in survival technique.
Survival and protective clothing.
Code: YXWW When acting as helmsman would you expect the reading of the gyro compass to be the same as the magnetic compass?
They would never be the same.
They would always be within 1 or 2 degrees of each other.
Very seldom would they be the same.
They would always be the same.
Code: TCQW What does the term “Hard a Starboard” or “Hard to Starboard” mean?
The wheel is difficult to turn to starboard.
Do not allow the vessel to swing to port.
Start the ship swinging to starboard.
Put the wheel fully over to starboard.
Code: OSDO Who is authorised to operate lifting equipment around the ship?
Those ship’s personnel who have been assessed as competent and are duly authorised to do so by the master as per the procedures as outlined in the ship’s SMS system.
All deck officers and ratings and selected engine room personnel.
Stevedores, manufacturer’s maintenance engineers and senior ratings only.
Deck officers and ratings, engineering officers and ratings, GP crew if applicable, who are in possession of crane operation training certificates issued by the company.
Code: ELPO When two ships are lying alongside each other in a ship to ship operation and one ship is lying at anchor, anchor watch duties must be carried out as follows:
Anchor watch responsibility rests with the vessel which has its anchor down and the ship to ship connections is the responsibility of the other vessel.
Anchor watches are not kept as the duty officers will be on deck conducting the cargo operations.
Both ships have normal anchor watch responsibility in addition to watching ship to ship fendering, mooring etc.
Anchor watch responsibility rests with the discharging vessel which would be the vessel which is anchored.
Code: BFIR Breathing apparatuses is an important piece of equipment for being able to fight a fire onboard a vessel. What routine precautions to be observed with regard to use and maintenance of such equipment?
That personnel having a beard are not selected as smoke divers.
That personnel that are appointed as smoke divers, primarily are given a shore based proper basic education and training.
That the equipment always to be kept cleaned, checked and bottles are recharged immediately upon use, and frequently inspected.
All the mentioned alternatives.
Code: QYUD What kind of safety clothing should be worn during a mooring operation?
No particular safety clothes are required.
Safety shoes and boiler suit.
Gloves and helmet.
Helmet, safety shoes, gloves and protective clothes.
Code: ??? In the figure, which arrow indicate the direction “ASTERN”?

Astern position on the scheme

Astern is indicated by D, in the figure.
Astern is indicated by B, in the figure.
Astern is indicated by A, in the figure.
Astern is indicated by C, in the figure.
Code: PAOY What is the normal name of the waterproof suit shown in the picture?

Survival suits

Survival suit.
Wet suit.
Fluorescent orange suit.
Life suit.
Code: KLAP What is the meaning of the term “Make Fast”, when mooring the ship?
Make Fast means to act very quickly.
Make Fast means secure the ropes to the bits.
Make Fast means to to avoid eating all meals during the daylight hours.
Make Fast means to coil up a rope.
Code: FNCM What is understood by the term “Boat Drill”?
“Boat Drill” means the practical training in the various aspects of getting all the people onboard safely off the ship, in the event of abandoning ship.
“Boat Drill” is an exercise to launch the lifeboats and move the boats clear of the ship.
“Boat Drill” is an exercise in the practical and safe methods to secure a boat alongside the ship.
“Boat Drill” means an exercise in the safe methods of handling a lifeboat in heavy seas.
Code: HFRA Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol: fasten seat belts

Secure hatches.
Fasten seat belts.
Fasten lifejacket belt.
Secure buoy line to the ship.
Code: HDKP How much food per person is supplied on a liferaft?
Not less than 20 000 kJ.
None, only barley sugar sweets supplied.
Not less than 10 000 kJ.
Not less than 5 000 kJ.
Code: AECJ A drip tray containing oil is on fire. The only fire fighting equipment available is water hose with spray jet/spray nozzle. How, if at all, should you attempt to put out this fire using water?
Water should be applied in a jet to the back of the fire.
Water should be applied to the oil in a single jet only.
Water should not be used on any type of oil fire.
The water can be applied in a fine spray starting from the front in a sweeping motion.
Code: SKFX Which of the following are frequent causes of fires in accommodation?
1. Smoking in bed. 2. Covering of electric fires with blankets. 3. Overloading electric plugs.
Smoking in bed.
Covering of electric fires with blankets.
Overloading electric plugs.
Code: AIGK What is the main responsibility of a bridge lookout at night?
Inform the bridge of any new lights when they appear over the horizon or any other items observed which may affect the ship.
Inform bridge of changing weather patterns.
Inform bridge of any lights when they appear over the horizon.
Inform bridge of any other ships observed, which appear to be getting closer to your own ship.
Code: VPHS During restricted visibility, you are posted as bridge lookout and you hear 1 long blast at intervals of about 2 minutes on your port bow. What will you report to the OOW (officer on watch)?
Power driven vessel under way and making way on the port bow.
A vessel at anchor on port bow.
Fog signal of one long blast heard on the port bow at regular intervals of about 2 minutes.
Power-driven vessel making no way on port bow.
Code: RXCL What will you do if you are helmsman and the OOW (officer on watch) gives you the order: “Starboard ten”?
Repeat the command back and then turn the wheel to make the rudder turn 10 degrees to starboard of amidships.
Repeat the command back and then allow the vessel to drift 10 degrees to starboard of original course.
Repeat the command back and then put the wheel over sufficiently for the ship to swing at a rate of 10 degrees per minute to starboard.
Repeat the command back and then change course 10 degrees to starboard of present course.
Code: IIES How will you act if you are helmsman and the OOW (Officer on Watch) gives you the order: “Nothing to port”?
Let the ship turn to starboard.
Alter course to starboard.
Don’t give port rudder.
Don’t let the ship turn to port.
Code: ITPC What is the signal actuated by a detection system?
A visual and audible alarm signal at the control panel.
A visual signal at the control panel.
An audible and visual signal consisting in 7 short signals followed by a long one.
An audible signal at the control panel.
Code: YJGQ What are the main components of the atmospherical air?
O2: 50 %, N2: 50 %, H2O: traces CO2: traces, Rare gases: traces.
O2: 21 %, N2: 78 %, H2O: traces CO2: traces, Rare gases: traces.
O2: 21 %, N2: 72 %, H2O: 5 % CO2: 2 %, Rare gases: traces.
O2: 75 %, N2: 10 %, H2O: 5 % CO2: 5 %, Rare gases: traces.
Code: DQKN In which one of the following an oil, the flash point of which only needs to be over 43 °C, may be used?
In emergency generators.
In inert gas generators.
In the main engine.
In the kitchen.
Code: ISUD Which of these series of sizes corresponds to the international standard for nozzles?
12 mm, 16 mm and 19 mm.
5 mm, 10 mm and 20 mm.
10 mm, 20 mm and 30 mm.
10 mm and 20 mm.
Code: NXCC What alarm signal must be sounded by the alarm bells in case of fire?
A continuous signal.
Series of short blasts.
The signal which is stated in the muster list.
One long blast followed by 7 short blasts.
Code: HFMT Which part of the float-free arrangement for inflatable liferafts is made to release the liferaft after being automatically inflated during the ship is sinking?
The hydrostatic release unit.
The painter.
The weak link.
The lashing strap.
Code: HYDL The wearer of a lifejacket can jump into the water without injury and without damaging the jacket from a height of at least:
7 m.
12 m.
10 m.
4,5 m.
Code: YXCS A person wearing an adult lifejacket shall be able:
To dive half a meter under the water surface.
To jump from any height into the water without being injured or damaging the lifejacket.
To swim a short distance through the water and board a survival craft.
To swim half a mile distance and board a survival craft.
Code: OWFT Which of air and water is the fluid that transfers the greatest amount of heat during the same time, given that the fluid is not flowing along the immersed body?
Both are transferring equally.
Air if the temperature of the fluid is 10 °C; water if temperature of the fluid is < 10 °C.
Code: NPLF, RBEN Which one of the following types of rope is the most dangerous to work with?
Steel wire.
Code: NNPQ, NKTF The responsibility for safety and security rests with everybody on board the vessel. General house-keeping rules should be followed. Which of the listed rules is the most important?
Keep your working area clean and tidy.
Always use gloves when using grinding machines.
Keep tools within easy reach during work.
Do not carry lighters or matches when working outdoors.
Code: VVBI Which Security Levels requires the highest security alert?
Security Level 2.
Security Level 3.
Security Level 1.
I don’t know.
Code: NVCD What do crew, visitors and contractors all have in common?
They’re all onboard the ship for the duration of its voyage.
They all have opportunity to smuggle drug.
They’re all employees of the ship.
They’re all trained in ship emergency procedures.
Code: DBRU On board a container vessel conducting loading operations in United States, you notice an unsafe stevedore working practice. If you do not correct this immediately, it may result in:
The ship will be prosecuted.
The master will be arrested.
The port will lodge a protest against the ship.
The duty officer will be arrested.
Code: BXHR What must be done as soon as reefer containers have been loaded?
They must be connected to the ship’s power supply and their setting temperatures verified.
Their setting temperatures must be verified.
Their stowage positions must be reported to the duty officer.
They must be connected to the ship’s power supply.
Code: VMEJ A “Fantainer” is used for:
Carrying dry cargoes prone to condensation.
Carrying dangerous goods prone to condensation.
Carrying reefer cargoes prone to condensation.
Carrying steel coils.
Code: YMEC On a Container vessel, under which IMDG Class is fishmeal normally carried when treated with anti-oxidant?
Class 9 – Miscellaneous dangerous substances and articles.
Class 4.1 – Flammable solid.
Class 4.2 – Flammable solid.
Class 5.1 – Oxidizing substance.
Code: RHFC As per IMDG Code, fishmeal not treated with anti-oxidant, would be carried on a container vessel under:
Class 4.2 – Flammable solid.
Class 4.1 – Flammable solid.
Class 9 – Miscellaneous dangerous substances and articles.
Class 5.1 – Oxidizing substance.
Code: SEBU On a Container vessel, containers containing marine pollutants are stowed:
In the last container bay on deck.
Anywhere on deck at the extremity of a container stow.
In the foremost container bay on deck.
Code: QLMC On a Container vessel, duty crew members must supervise the lashing of containers, because:
It is an international requirement under the ISM Code.
Because of local port regulations.
Stevedores often apply container lashings haphazardly or place twistlocks incorrectly.
Because of time constraints on the vessel towards the end of cargo operations.
Code: KLHX The term OSHA stands for:
Occupation and Safe Health Association.
Occupation Safety and Health Aids.
Overseas Sea Hazard Association.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Code: NYNA What general background colour is used on warning signs that indicate emergency or first-aid features, or indicate a safe condition?
Code: NPOT What is the meaning of “Make fast”?
To coil a rope.
To secure a rope.
To avoid all meals.
To act quickly.
Code: OVFY What do you understand by “Bitter end”?
Bitter end means: the end link of an anchor cable that is secured within the chain locker.
Bitter end means: the toggled end of a lifeboat painter.
Bitter end means: to the very last moment.
Bitter end means: a foul taste at the end of a meal.
Code: WDEJ Which of the following is false when a casualty is bleeding?
Cover the wound with a cloth.
Control bleeding.
Treat for the shock.
Encourage patient to lie quite and re-assure.
Code: PYPE All heat burns should be:
Cooled as quickly as possible with running cold water for at least 10 minutes.
Covered with Gauze or bandage immediately.
Applied with soothing lotion as soon as possible.
Treated by the doctor only.
Code: YSQG Port State Control Officers are authorised to:
Detain ships that are not meeting the requirements for a minimum of 30 days.
Regularly inspect ships known to meet the requirement.
Sign oil record book entries.
Inspect and detain ship that are not meeting the requirements until they are able to demonstrate compliance with the regulations.
Code: OSOO Which of these emission control requirements is correct?
Low sulphur fuels reduce emissions of volatile organic compounds.
Installation of an exhaust gas cleaning system reduces emission of nitrogen oxide.
Equipment containing ozone-depleting substances may be dumped at sea 50 miles from land.
Incineration of PCB’s is permitted.
Code: OIQO On a Container vessel, containers with untreated fishmeal cargo are carried:
On deck.
Separated from class 4.2 containers.
Under deck.
On deck away from sunlight.
Code: DWDH On a Container vessel, the purpose of fixed stacking cones is:
To prevent horizontal movement of 20′ containers in 40′ cell guides.
To prevent the horizontal movement of 40′ containers at tank top level.
To prevent movement of 20′ and 40′ containers at deck level.
To prevent the horizontal movement of 20′ containers at tank top level.
Code: AJAS On a Container vessel, a mid-bay guide is positioned:
On the tank top at the ends of 40′ container bays.
Between 20′ container bays on deck.
On the tank top mid-way in 40′ guides to prevent transverse movement of 20′ containers.
At the base of cell guides.
Code: FJHK A container vessel’s hatch pontoon quick acting cleat will need to be replaced:
When the rubber washer is compressed and hardened.
When the cleat has sprung open at sea.
When the cleat retainer is rusty.
When the cleat retainer is distorted.
Code: DAMK The function of a lashing plate on a container vessel is:
As tie down point for turnbuckles on deck or hatch cover.
A means of securing buttresses under-deck.
A means of securing the hatch covers.
A means of securing lashing chains.
Code: oQgcmZAB You are onboard a vessel off the West African coast. You want to dump a mixture of food waste, glass bottles and floating packing materials. Is this allowed? And if so, how far off the coast would you have to be?
This is prohibited.
25 nautical miles off the coast.
12 nautical miles off the coast.
3 nautical miles off the coast.
Code: 7GfTmuxT The vessel is 20 miles off the coast and disabled because of engine failure, which will require at least 24 hours to repair. What initial actions should be taken to ensure the safety of the vessel?
Steer away from danger until the vessel looses way, then if possible drop the anchor.
Display NUC lights and inform the nearest Coast Guard of you predicament.
Code: 5VMaSgzC Your vessel is proceeding along a narrow channel in front of another one. You hear this signal from the vessel behind you. What does it mean?
I intend to overtake you on your starboard side.
I am operating astern propulsion.
I intend to overtake you on your starboard side.
I am faster than you. Get out of the way.
Code: bgvLdZ3U For guidance on lashing arrangement of containers on-board the vessel, the most important document to refer is:
The Code for the Safe Practice for Cargo Stowage and Securing.
The Stability Manual.
The Cargo Securing Manual.
The company’s ISM handbook.
Code: z9LBY6tj The most effective method of dealing with an under-deck cargo space fire on board a container ship, is to:
Deploy the fixed firefighting system.
Boundary cool the cargo hold from the deck.
Tackle the fire locally with fire hoses.
Turn the vessel off the wind to reduce the relative wind strength.
Code: mqsqn6eH What is the daytime signal to be shown when the vessel is at anchor?
A black ball forward where it can best be seen.
A black diamond forward where it can best be seen.
Two black balls where they can best be seen.
The national flag flying from the fore mast.

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