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Welcome to the website where you can pass online the CES test about «Deck Operational 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.

  • Version: 5.0, 5.1, 6.0.0.
  • Test type: STCW.
  • Department: Deck.
  • Level: Operational.
  • 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 about «Deck Operational 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.

«Deck Operational Container Vessel» subject includes theoretical and practical information about advanced training for work on container vessel. Knowledge of this information directly shows employee’s competence who holds a relevant post on a vessel. A container vessel, also known as a container ship or boxship, is a type of cargo vessel specifically designed for the transportation of shipping containers. These ships play a crucial role in global trade and the transportation of goods across long distances. The duties of officers on a container vessel include navigation and piloting, managing deck equipment, cargo control, equipment maintenance, and ensuring the safety and emergency preparedness of the ship. They are responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the vessel, overseeing cargo operations, and maintaining navigational and safety equipment.

On this site Crew Evaluation System Test on the subject «Deck Operational Container Vessel» contains 391 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: YQXU Which part of the magnetic compass error changes with a change in the course steered?
Deviation.
Variation.
Induced magnetism.
All of the suggested answers.
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Code: Wnd8sKON Ship Security Plans all look the same:
True.
False.
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Code: OQOS At what minimum height above sea level a SART transponder must be mounted?
2 metres.
1 metre.
0,5 metre.
The good working of a SART transponder doesn’t depend on the height above sea level.
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Code: VSMN When a coastguard-station wants to send a gale-warning by DSC it will happen in the category:
Routine.
Security.
Safety.
Urgency.
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Code: VHXT Which of the following is a Flammable Liquid, under the IMDG Code?
Any liquid with a flashpoint above 63 °C closed-cup test.
Paints, which emit flammable vapours at 60 °C closed-cup test.
Any liquid with a flashpoint between 60 °C and 70 °C closed-cup test.
I don’t know.
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If a twist lock is found cracked at the base, it should be:
Repaired on board and put back into service.
Removed from service.
Use only in the lowest tier on deck.
Use only to lock under-deck container stows.
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Code: GHND What are the tricing pendants made for?
They prevent people from falling down if the lifeboat falls down.
They automatically prevent any gap between the ship side and the lifeboat at the first stage of its launching.
They prevent the lifeboat from falling down if one or both davit breaks.
They prevent the lifeboat from falling down if the falls break.
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Code: EEAE What is the minimum distance between the helmet and the head of the wearer supposed to be?
7,5 cm.
3 cm.
1 cm.
No minimum distance.
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Code: ULVF Once a ship (equipped with self-stowing auto-tension winches) is moored alongside a loading or discharging berth, it is recommended that:
The “spring” winches be left in the auto-tension mode and all other winches with the manual brake on.
All winches to be left with the manual brake on and out of gear.
All mooring winches be left in “auto-tension” mode.
The “breastline” and “headline” winches be left in the auto-tension mode and spring winches with manual brake on.
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Code: UAAG What is understood by the term “Dew point” of the air?
The temperature of the water vapour in a cloud.
The temperature at which condensation in the air forms into water droplets.
The “Dew point” is the point at the centre of an Anticyclone.
All of the suggested answers.
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What name is given to the point that sketches out the turning circle of a vessel?
Centre of Flotation.
Hydrodynamic Pivot Point.
Turn Centre Point.
Weight Pivot Point.
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Code: AMYI The mandatory color of a hand flare is:
Yellow.
Red.
Green.
White.
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Code: UYAE What would you call the wreckage of a yacht floating in the sea?
Pollution.
Flotsam.
Garbage.
Debris.
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Which option best describes what lies below an isolated danger symbol seen on the chart display of an ECDIS?
There could be any obstruction that infringes the safety depth settings.
There is a wreck from a sunken vessel.
There is a rock outcrop not seen by the survey team.
There is probably a man made subsea structure associated with oil or gas.
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Code: YADQ What is the anticipated rolling period of a ship with a large initial Transverse Metacentric Height (GM) and would there be any associated dangers to consider?
Short period of roll, but a very stable ship and no associated dangers.
Short sharp period of roll associated with breaking lashings and shifting cargo.
Long period of roll with free surface effects at a maximum.
Long slow roll and no particular hazards.
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Once the Safety Management System is verified and working effectively, what document is issued to the ship?
The Document of Conformance.
The Document of Compliance.
The Safety Management Certificate.
The ISM Certificate.
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Code: ENCX After checked for open airway, given the first two inflations and checked the pulse to make sure that the heart is beating, what is the rate of inflations given until natural breathing is restored?
10-12 times per minute.
12-16 times per minute.
25-27 times per minute.
Doesn’t matter how many times.
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Code: SGPK A safety valve is sufficient to prevent a BLEVE.
Wrong, it depends on the product.
Wrong, if the valve is wrongly set.
Wrong in all cases.
Right in all cases.
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Code: YOWU Under ISM, what is a “non-conformity”?
The wearing of non-standard Personal protective equipment.
An observed situation where objective evidence indicates the non-fulfilment of a specified requirements.
Official log book entries not being completed correctly.
A safety officer not being nominated for the vessel.
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Code: WMBK What do you understand by the term “luffing”?
The initial phase of hoisting a load, where the crane wire and structure takes the weight of a suspended load.
The raising or lowering of a crane jib, moving the head of the crane and therefore a suspended load horizontally towards or away from the crane.
The rotating of a ship’s jib in a circular movement about the crane.
The combined movement of hoisting a load and slewing the crane, employed when lifting a load from a dockside over and into a ship’s hold, or vice versa.
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Code: EPTQ What do the letters “TPC” stand for?
Tonnes per Centimetre Immersion.
Tonnes per Centimetre.
Tipping Centre.
Trim per Centimetre.
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As officer on the mooring deck, when would you report to the bridge that an attending tug is “clear”?
When the tug is at least 100 metres from the vessel.
When the towline is recovered and the tug is clear of the vessel hull.
When the towline is taken off a set of mooring bits on deck.
When the towline is made fast and the tug is ready for towing.
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Code: RQKL “Parametric Rollin” on a container ship results in:
The unexpected roll to a large angle of heel due to a beam sea.
A large unstable roll motion suddenly occurring in head or stern seas.
The gradual build up of rolling angle in a head sea.
The sudden unexpected occurrence of large rolling angles in beam seas.
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Code: FAVA The ship is drifting in the open sea with a temporary engine breakdown. The ship is equipped with GPS navigation equipment. What should the bridge Officer of the Watch do in this situation?
Display the “Not under Command” signal and switch off the normal steaming lights.
All of the possible answers.
Plot the direction and rate of drift and predict the ships position for the period while the ship is “Not Under Command”.
Keep a good lookout for other ships.
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Code: YHBH The greatest danger associated with chemicals emitting hydrogen inside a closed container, due to contact with water, is:
Cargo damage.
A violent explosion.
An outbreak of fire.
A reaction with the carrying receptacles.
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Code: MDRU Which of the following areas may be possible restricted areas? Review all answers.
The Engine control room.
All alternatives.
The Cargo control room.
The Bridge.
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Code: GOGQ The purpose of the dovetail foundation on container vessel is:
Act as a sliding base for twistlocks.
To secure double stacking cones.
To secure a single stacking cone.
To lock adjacent containers together.
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The rudder is hard over with the engine at full ahead. Will the turning effect of the rudder be changed if the engine is stopped?
Yes, the turning force will be dramatically reduced when the engine is stopped.
Yes, the turning force will be reduced about 50 % of the original force when the engine is stopped.
No, the turning force applied by the rudder will be maintained within about 90 % of the turning force when going full ahead.
No, the turning force is unaffected by the speed of the propeller.
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Code: DWBD The limitations of a Cargo Securing Manual of a container vessel may include the fact that:
They are drafted whilst the ship is still under construction and need to be checked against the ship’s “as completed” condition in order to be fully reliable.
Some Cargo Securing Manuals cover a full range of sister ships.
Cargo securing arrangements in the manuals may be unsuitable for heavy weather conditions.
They are not always approved by a classification society.
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Code: OUDL The PTT-switch must be:
Pressed in during speaking only to work semi-duplex.
Pressed in during speaking only to work duplex.
Pressed to listen.
Pressed in constantly to work simplex.
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Code: IUWK If one requires medical advice by means of an Inmarsat-C terminal one should use the following address:
32.
MED +.
Radiomedical.
Sick Seaman.
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On a container vessel, the description of a consignment of dangerous goods shows P in the IMDG Dangerous Goods List Column 4. What does the letter P indicate?
The substance is a Marine Pollutant.
The substance is in powder form.
The substance is poisonous.
The consignment is in a pressurised container.
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What is the meaning of this symbol?

Symbol - lifeboat

Lifeboat.
Liferaft.
Davit-launched liferaft.
Rescue boat.
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Code: KHRV The ship-shore HF-telephone-channel 2 228 consists of the frequencies 22 081,0 kHz and 22 777,0 kHz, in case of manual operation, one should tune the receiver on:
2 228 kHz.
22 081,0 kHz.
22 770,0 kHz.
The common receiving frequency for the 22 mHz band.
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Code: CKSH If Mouth-to-Mouth (M-T-M) ventilation by itself is unsuccessful and the casualty’s heart stops, or has stopped beating, you must perform External Chest Compression (ECC) in conjunction with M-T-M. What is the rythm when performing M-T-M in combination with ECC with one First Aider only?
5 compressions followed by 5 full ventilations.
20 compressions followed by 5 full ventilations.
15 compressions followed by 2 full ventilations.
10 compressions followed by 3 full ventilations.
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Code: MKGM The log-in of an Inmarsat-C installation is important:
To inform the LES, that one is available for messages offered.
To keep watch on Sat-C for safety messages.
To inform the NSC that one is available for messages offered.
To inform the addressee, that one is available for messages offered.
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Code: IGMR It is not possible to install double stacking cones on container ships which has:
Restrictions in the cargo securing manual.
Loaded a homogenous container load.
Loaded out-of-gauge containers.
Limitations in ship design.
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What radar device assists in the detection and location of a survival craft?
AIS beacon.
EPIRB beacon.
SART beacon.
I don’t know.
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Code: NFSW Which one of the listed requirements regarding the stowage of rescue boats corresponds to present SOLAS regulations. Rescue boats shall be stowed:
In a state of readiness for launching in not more than 2 minutes.
Attached to launching appliances.
So neither the rescue boat nor its launching arrangements will interfere with any survival craft at any other launching station.
Wherever space is available.
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Code: TFOA Sodium, when carried in containers, upon coming in contact with water under normal atmospheric conditions will:
Explode.
Decompose.
Self-ignite.
Implode.
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Code: SYPG A proper working of the 406 MHz Cospas-Sarsat EPIRB can be tested with:
Regulation monthly test transmissions from RCC’s.
Test transmissions from Cospas-Sarsat satellites.
The testing function of the device.
Requesting RCC for the test.
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Which option best completes the following statement? An operator using ECDIS will notice an out of position navigation buoy because:
There will be a flashing alarm on ECDIS showing which one is out.
It is coloured orange on an ECDIS display.
The radar return and ENC buoy symbol will not coincide.
A local port authority would send an automatic signal to ECDIS.
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When should a ship’s officer use some of the English Language found in the IMO publication “Standard Marine Communication Phrases?”
When talking between ship and shore in a foreign land.
When talking on the VHF between ships of differing flag states.
In circumstances described in all of the answers provided.
When giving orders to a multi-national bridge team.
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Code: VVBI Which Security Levels requires the highest security alert?
Security Level 2.
Security Level 1.
Security Level 3.
Security Level 4.
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What features of the vessel hull, equipment and cargo causes error on a vessel’s standard magnetic compass?
Deviation and Variation.
The change in the position of the magnetic pole causing annual changes in the variation.
Permanent and induced magnetism found in steel or iron on-board.
The continual changes of courses made by the vessel.
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Code: TUWX The design features of a container ship with pronounced bow flare, a wide flat transom stern and wall sided amidships section contribute to:
Large angles of heel with a large GM.
Excessive pitching.
Parametric Rolling.
The ability to shed water very quickly off the decks.
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Code: EERA If whistles are fitted on a vessel at a distance apart of more than 100 metres, will manoeuvring and warning signals, as defined by rule 34 of the International regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea, be given on one or both whistles?
They shall be given on both whistles simultaneously.
Manoeuvring signals will be given only on the forward whistle; warning signals will be given on both whistles simultaneously.
They shall be given on one whistle only.
They shall first be given on the forward whistle, followed by the after whistle, with a 5 second interval in between.
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When passage planning on ECDIS, which two functions should always be set correctly?
Course and speed of the vessel on each leg.
Safety depth and UKC at a critical waypoint.
Safety depth contour and safety depth value.
Speed of the vessel and ETA to destination.
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Code: CKII For how long time should a “SARSAT COSPAS” epirb be able to operate on its batteries?
96 hours.
12 hours.
48 hours.
24 hours.
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Code: BCWJ What is the function of double stacking cones?
To link out-of-gauge container stacks together.
To lock adjacent container stacks together.
To link adjacent container stacks together particulary those in line with buttresses.
To lock containers horizontally.
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Code: NNPQ 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.
Keep tools within easy reach during work.
Do not carry lighters or matches when working outdoors.
Always use gloves when using grinding machines.
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Code: JHHH When a satellite receives a “distress alert” from a Cospas-Sarsat EPIRB, the relay of the “distress alert” can be delayed because the satellite cannot immediately contact a:
LUT before the satellite is actually seen by this ground station.
NCS before the satellite is actually seen by this ground station.
LES before the satellite is actually seen by this ground station.
Coast station.
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Code: IDMA What would be the correct form of response to the question: What kind of assistance do you require?
The correct form of response would be: My vessel has a fire in the accommodation and we require fire-fighting assistance.
The correct form of response would be: I need help on board with a fire and the smoke is very toxic.
The correct form of response would be: I need help as soon as possible.
The correct form of response would be: There is a fire onboard my vessel.
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Code: VIBR Where shall shoreside fire-fighting personnel find necessary information to control a fire on board a cargo ship in an emergency situation?
In the fire control plans or booklet that must be stored in a watertight prominently marked container outside the deck house.
Through the nearest Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre, who will get them from the ship’s owner.
The captain of the ship is the only person that may give such information.
In the fire control plans or booklet that must be posted in a prominently marked localisation on the navigating bridge.
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Code: VPRU Which action do you perform when you log in to a satellite ocean region?
You inform the NCS that the SES is available for communications.
You update the ship’s position.
You adjust the antenna.
You select the CES through which you wish to send a message.
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Code: JAMS What is the depth of an iceberg below the surface of the sea?
The draught of an iceberg varies with the type of berg and its age.
The draught of an iceberg is normally about 3/4 of its total depth.
The draught of an iceberg is about the same as the visible part of the iceberg above the water.
The depth of an iceberg below the surface is always about one sixth of its total depth.
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Which option correctly completes the following statement? When an ECDIS system is in DR mode:
It is probably using the course and speed through the water for position update.
It stops working not showing the position on the screen or freezing the last position.
The bridge team can rely on this trusted method of navigation.
It is in normal operational mode.
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Code: VFJG What does this flag mean?

Flag - diver down

I have a diver down; keep well clear at slow speed.
My vessel is stopped and making no way through the water.
Yes (affirmative).
I wish to communicate with you.
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Which publication should be used to assist learn the nautical English language?
The (IMO) Standard Marine Communication Phrases (SMCP) booklet.
The (ICS) Bridge Procedures Guide.
The Oxford Concise Dictionary.
Standard Marine Navigational Vocabulary.
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What is definition on clean ballast as per MARPOL Annex 1?
Ballast with an oil content of less than 15 ppm.
Ballast with an oil content of less than 45 ppm.
Ballast with an oil content of less than 1 %.
There isn’t any definition on clean ballast.
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A container loaded onboard a vessel would be likely to experience a force of 100 % of its weight:
When the ship is rolling.
When the ship is pitching.
When the ship is rolling and pitching.
When the ship is heaving.
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Code: YHDN What colour flare is used to signal a safe landing place for small boats?
Green.
Blue.
Yellow.
White.
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When navigating in restricted visibility, how can the OOW ensure that an effective watch is being maintained?
All of the suggested answers.
Sound fog signal, have engine(s) available for manoeuvre.
Continuously monitor radar, have extra lookout for sound as well as sight.
Monitor the AIS target information and listen on radios.
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On a ship involved in a collision, what should happen immediately after the accident has taken place?
Crew should follow an emergency procedure.
The bridge team should devise a plan of action.
The other ship should be contacted.
The master should be called.
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Code: VKUF What letter is represented by this flag and what is it’s meaning when displayed by a vessel in port?

Flag on the vessel

P – All persons should report on board as the vessel is about to proceed to sea.
P – I require a pilot.
W – All persons should report onboard as the vessel is about to proceed to sea.
S – I am operating astern propulsion.
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Code: DERP What kind of measure is the division of the vessel in upright areas by using thermic and structural separations?
It is both a prevention and protection measure.
It is neither a prevention nor a protection measure.
It is a protection measure.
It is a prevention measure.
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Code: SRBA On a container ship, the initial stresses generated during rolling are borne by:
Lashing rods.
Container corner posts.
Twistlocks.
Container corner castings.
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Code: HNXE You are on a power-driven vessel underway in open water. You sight these lights on the port bow, on a steady bearing. The distance is closing. What are you looking at and what action will you take in compliance with the International Regulations for Preventing Collision at Sea.
This is a power-driven vessel engaged in towing, less than 50 metres in length, length of tow under 200 metres and the tow, both being restricted in their ability to manoeuvre, seen from the starboard side. Under rule 18, I am required to keep clear and will take appropriate avoiding action.
This is a power-driven vessel, more than 50 metres in length or less than 50 metres in length and showing a second masthead light, restricted in her ability to manoeuvre. The sidelight of a second vessel can be seen beyond her. Under rule 18, I am obliged to keep clear of the first vessel and will therefore take appropriate avoiding action.
This is a power-driven vessel engaged in towing, more than 50 metres in length or less than 50 metres in length and showing a second masthead light, length of tow 200 metres or more, not under command. I will keep clear under rule 27.
I don’t know.
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Code: GEFB The first time you send a DSC distress alert via the HF-band, you prefer the:
8 MHz band.
12 MHz band.
16 MHz band.
22 MHz band.
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Code: JFFG MARPOL – Annex V. Disposal of garbage outside “Special Areas”. After unpacking spares, you are left with a limited amount of packing materials. Is this prohibited, if not, what will be the nearest distance to land for disposal into the sea of these materials?
25 miles.
12 miles.
3 miles.
This is prohibited.
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Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - muster station

Muster station for unaccompanied minors (UM).
Muster station.
Muster station for families only.
Gathering place for embarkation formalities.
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When steel reinforcing rods are loaded in open-top containers, claims against the vessel would most likely arise due to:
Container damages.
Cargo being loaded less than the full height of the container.
Physical damages to the cargo.
Cargo staining by rust, hydraulic oil or grease.
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Code: DABD A distress-call, onboard via RCC, may only be given Receipt if:
The manager orders.
OSC from the RCC concerned invites the vessels.
The OOW deems it necessary.
The captain orders.
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Code: DFPX A fire bulkhead of the “C” class must be constructed of:
Low flame spread material.
Steel or equivalent material.
Ignition resistant material.
Non-combustible material.
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Code: MTSB With reference to container ships, “TEU” refers to:
Twenty foot equivalent unit.
Truck transportable efficient unit.
Twenty foot unit.
Tonne effective unit.
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Code: EVNT What is the correct setting of the “Anti sea clutter” control on the radar?
All of the suggested answers.
A few sea returns remaining on the screen.
A removal of all the sea returns down to about a mile from own ship.
No sea returns left on the screen which may confuse with small target echoes near the ship.
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Code: FSFA The relay of a distress-call by an RCC for coast-station begins with:
MAYDAY (3x).
PAN-PAN (3x).
MAYDAY RELAY (3x).
DISTRESS (3x).
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Code: MEOW Under the IMDG Code, a new “Marine Pollutant” label contains images of:
A dead tree and dead fish.
Dead fish and dead sea birds.
The letters “PP”.
The letter “P”.
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Code: JWHU DSC uses for automatic identification the MMSI. The identification 002442000 is assigned to:
A coast-station or coast guard-station.
A group of vessels.
A type of vessels.
A vessel.
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With a pilot ladder, the lowest spreader shall be the 5th step from the bottom. At what interval should there be further spreaders upwards on the ladder?
At intervals not exceeding 12 steps.
At intervals not exceeding 15 steps.
At intervals not exceeding 9 steps.
It does not matter where the spreaders are fitted.
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Code: KEGO This vessel is encountered at the mouth of a river. According to the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions and the illustrated shapes, what type of vessel is it?

Picture of the vessel

This is a vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations. The two balls in a vertical line indicate the side on which an obstruction exists; the two diamonds in a vertical line indicate the side on which it is safe to pass; the ball/diamond/all in a vertical line indicate that the vessel is restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
This is a vessel engaged in mine-clearance opetrations. The two balls in a vertical line indicate that it has a sweep mechanism deployed; the two diamonds in a vertical line indicate that the vessel should be given a clearance of at least 1 000 metres; the ball/diamond/ball indicate that the vessel is restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
This is a vessel engaged on port security duties. The two balls in a vertical line indicate that the port is closed; the two diamonds in a vertical line indicate that the port is engaged in mine-clearance operations; the ball/diamond/ball in a vertical line indicate that the vessel is restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
This is a vessel engaged in dredging or underwater operations. The two balls in a vertical line indicate the side on which it is safe to pass; the two diamonds in a vertical line indicate the side on which an obstruction exists; the ball/diamond/ball indicate that the vessel is restricted in her ability to manoeuvre.
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Code: TWRH According to basic principles regarding fire protection the ship is to be divided in zones by structural and thermal boundaries (SOLAS II-2/2.2.1).
In main vertical zones.
In main horizontal zones.
In main zones according to utilization (Accommodation, Machinery, Cargo).
Main Fire zones in accordance with the ship’s fire-fighting system.
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Code: KQDQ The prescribed periodic tests of the radio set must be entered in:
Radio Log.
Equipment manual.
Ship’s deck log.
Manual maritime radio communication.
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Code: JFVP It is considered essential that container ships should have a large ballast capacity and high powered ballast pumps, because:
These are required for trimming the ships and offsetting longitudinal bending moments.
These are essential to retain the vessel within the International loadline requirements.
These are required to load ballast during discharge.
These are necessary to keep the vessel upright during the loaded passage.
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Code: BCWJ The function of double stacking cones on container vessels is:
To link adjacent container stacks together particulary those in line with buttresses.
To link out-of-gauge container stacks together.
To lock adjacent container stacks together.
To lock containers horizontally.
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Which option best describes what target fusion is on an ECDIS?
Bringing together a displayed radar return and AIS target.
The discrepancy between radar and AIS displayed positions.
When two adjacent AIS targets come together.
When a target’s AIS signal has a large error on it.
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Code: LBGX The recommended connection between antenna and VHF is:
Coaxial cable.
Electric cable.
Band cable.
Three vein cable.
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Code: XNIP After confirmation that there is no other radio-traffic, we call on a VHF working channel of a coast-station. When you don’t get any reply:
You must wait 3 minute minimum before repeating your call.
You must wait 5 minutes before repeating the call.
You can repeat your call immediately.
You must wait 1 minute minimum before repeating your call.
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Code: KTXA If Mouth-to-Mouth (M-T-M) ventilation by itself is unsuccessful and the casualty’s heart stops, or has stopped beating, you must perform External Chest Compression (ECC) in conjunction with M-T-M. When performing ECC, where do you place your hand on the casualty’s body?
Place the heel of one hand, two finger breadths above the bottom of breastbone. Cover the hand with the heel of the other hand.
Place the heel of your two hands onthe top of the breastbone.
The correct position of your hands are of no importance.
Place the heel of your hand on the top of the heart position. Cover the hand with the heel of the other hand.
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Code: IVPP What is the purpose of the ODME (Oil Discharge Monitoring Equipment) printer?
To prove that oil has been pumped overboard according to regulations.
To prove that the ODME system has been used.
To prove fault conditions in the ODME.
None of the mentioned.
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Code: IHKR Which of these are indicators that an individual may be a drug smuggler?
The individual wears bulky or out of season clothing.
The individual spends his or her free time hanging out with others.
The individual makes small local purchases.
The individual is disinterested in the ship’s cargo.
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Code: IELO This device can detect a package of drugs inside a large delivery of ship’s stores. What is it?

Pallet scanner

Pallet scanner.
Vapour detector.
Access control system.
Security container.
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Code: NVCD What do crew, visitors and contractors all have in common?
They all have opportunity to smuggle drugs.
They’re all onboard the ship for the duration of its voyage.
They’re all trained in ship emergency procedures.
They’re all employees of the ship.
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Code: SWFO When handling drugs:
Wear skin protection and a facemark.
Shut off the ventilation in the room where the drugs are being stored to ensure any vapours or fumes do not spread to other parts of the ship.
Test out the potency of the drug.
Briefly inhale powders, fumes or vapours to verify the substance is a drug.
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Code: KQSM Which routine procedures should be carried out before cold work commences?
Carry out procedures to instructions for cold work including filling in forms and having them signed.
Sound the general alarm.
Have a breathing apparatus standing by.
Sound the general alarm and carry out procedures to instructions for cold work including filling in forms and having them signed.
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What immediate action should be taken if a ship unexpectedly runs aground and stops?
Stop engine(s).
Hoist two black balls.
Sound the General Alarm.
Ring full astern.
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Code: TLNN In which publication will you find the working frequencies of coast stations?
The ITU List of coast stations.
The ITU List of Call signs and Numerical Identities of Stations used by the maritime mobile and maritime mobile-satellite services.
The ITU List of Ship Stations.
The ITU List of Radiodetermination and Special Services.
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Code: SBVS Two ships travelling in opposite directions are to pass each other in a narrow river, as illustrated. Explain what is likely to happen as they pass each other?

Ships travelling in the channel

Due to interaction, the bows will repel each other, and then when alongside each other the two ships will be sucked together and finally the sterns will be repelled as they start to pass clear.
Due to interaction, the bows will attract each other as they approach, then they will repel each other alongside and as they pass clear, the sterns will be attracted.
As they approach, rudder should be applied quickly to avoid sheering into the path of each other. Then as they are alongside they will be attracted and finally repel each other as they pass clear.
There will be very little effect between the two ships as they pass.
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Can anything be done on a vessel with forward speed, to reduce the change in heading caused by a right hand fixed pitch propeller being put astern?
No, the rudder should be kept amidships when going astern and there is little that can be done to reduce the swing to starboard.
The rudder can be cycled from side to side.
The rudder should be put hard to starboard to reduce the water flow to the left side of the propeller.
Yes, the rudder can be put to port.
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Code: PHLT With an Inmarsat-C terminal the option PSTN fir addressing is available. This option:
Delivers the message as a fax.
Have the operator read the message by phone.
Is to deliver a message by telephone via a modem on the computer of the subscriber.
Delivers a message as a telegram.
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Code: OAKO Container ships without hatch covers are deemed to comply with the International Convention on Load line Rules after:
A special movable deck is fitted to ensure watertight integrity.
Water tight integrity is demonstrated by using portable covers for hatch openings.
An International Load Line Exemption certificate is issued in accordance to Article 6.
A spare set of portable hatch covers has been placed on board, for use during rough weather only.
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Code: ULVF Once a ship (equipped with self-stowing auto-tension winches) is moored alongside a loading or discharging berth, it is recommended that:
The “spring” winches be left in the auto-tension mode and all other winches with the manual brake on.
All mooring winches be left in “auto-tension” mode.
All winches to be left with the manual brake on and out of gear.
The “breastline” and “headline” winches be left in the auto-tension mode and spring winches with manual brake on.
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Who can contact the Designated Person with their safety concerns?
The company’s shore staff only.
Senior officer only.
All crewmembers.
The Master only.
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The relieving watchkeeper arrives on the bridge and is not in a fit state to take over the watch, what should the present watchkeeper do?
Hand over the watch as normal.
Hand over the watch as normal but ask the lookout to keep an eye on the relieving watchkeeper.
Not hand over the watch and inform the vessel master.
Hand over the watch and then go down and tell the vessel master what has happened.
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Code: SGBB Which fire-fighting equipment is most efficient and with least side effects in case of a large fire in the engine room?
Sprinkler system.
Powder extinguishing system.
Central gas extinguishing system and/or waterfog.
Central foam-extinguishing system.
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Code: KSGK Which of the following two digits codes is used to obtain medical advice?
38.
26.
32.
42.
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Code: HDOT Which of the following two digits codes is used to obtain medical assistance?
32.
26.
38.
42.
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Code: MMGB Which of the following two digits codes is used to obtain maritime assistance?
32.
26.
39.
42.
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Code: NAKT Twist locks are preferred over cone-based lashings systems on container vessels because:
Cargo securing manuals do not allow for cone-based lashing systems.
Cone-based lashing systems are not type-approved by classification societies.
Cone-based lashing systems are more prone to failure than twistlocks.
Twistlocks provide uplift resistance as well as horizontal restraint, helping to prevent containers from falling overboard in heavy weather.
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Code: LAYN You wish to carry out a test transmission on your radio equipment. What precautions should be taken if any?
All of the items in the other alternatives should be done.
Listen out to ensure that no safety/distress traffic is in progress.
Test transmission should be kept to a minimum.
Test transmission should be carried out on artificial aerials and/or reduced power.
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Which option correctly completes the following statement? A position filter on a navigational receiver or ECDIS system, protects the ECDIS from:
Showing a fluctuating position of the vessel.
Operating under conditions that are extreme e. g. cyclones.
Airborne dust in sandy areas of the world.
Incorrectly set up ECDIS system software.
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Code: AQAM What quantity of reserve fuel is to be available for diesel driven fire pumps outside of the main machinery space? (SOLAS II-2/4.3.3.2.4).
Sufficient amount of 15 hours operation at full capacity.
Sufficient amount of 6 hours operation at full capacity.
20 litres.
40 litres.
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After 2006, the IMDG Code labels for Class 5.2 (Organic Peroxides) are assigned colours:
Yellow and red.
Yellow and purple.
Yellow and green.
Green and red.
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Code: DWBD The limitations of a Cargo Securing Manual of a container vessel may include the fact that:
They are drafted whilst the ship is still under construction and need to be checked against the ship’s “as completed” condition in order to be fully reliable.
Some Cargo Securing Manuals cover a full range of sister ships.
Cargo securing arrangements in the manuals may be unsuitable for heavy weather conditions.
They are not always approved by a classification society.
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Code: TAIP What is the period of validity of the Safety Management Certificate?
5 years.
2 years.
1 year.
6 months.
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Code: FJMV What are the ideal conditions required to satisfactorily conduct an Inclining Experiment?
All derricks lowered and no moving items on deck and in store rooms.
All of the suggested answers.
Minimum ballast and bunkers on board and all tanks pressed up.
Moorings slack, head wind, minimum people on board.
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Code: SGYJ Which among the following list is particularly required for a totally enclosed lifeboat?
Self-bailing arrangements.
Windows on both sides can be closed watertight and opened for ventilation.
Handrails inside for persons moving to their seats.
Hatches positioned so as to allow launching and recovery operations to be performed without any occupant having to leave the enclosure.
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Code: PUYV What actions should the Officer of the Watch take when the ship’s steering gear fails?
Request the engine room to check the steering gear.
All of the suggested answers.
Call the Master and advise him of the situation.
Display the NUC signal and consider stopping the engines.
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Code: NMES When forces on a container stow are being calculated, the motion that is not accounted for is:
Rolling.
Surging.
Pitching.
Heaving.
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Code: XQMM Which muscle is the most persevering one in the body?
The liver.
The heart.
The lungs.
None of the mentioned.
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Code: CLUY Is the location of a vessel’s standard compass binnacle critical?
Yes, it should be on the fore and aft centreline of the ship.
Yes, for the reasons stated in all of the suggested answers.
Yes, it should be sited on a non-metallic base if possible.
Yes, it should be away from major electrical power cables.
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Code: CIUL How often must inspection of proper working of the EPIRB’s and SART’s take place on board? Once per:
Month.
Week.
Every day.
14 days.
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Code: QBHO What is the disadvantage of using chemicals on an oil-spill on the water?
The chemicals make it difficult to remove the oil from the water.
It is difficult to apply the chemicals if the oil drifts away from the ship’s side.
It is difficult to apply chemicals if there is any wind.
The water gets a white colour, which makes it easy to detect the oil-spill.
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Code: OAJW What could be the reason for the magnetic compass to swing through large angles when the ship is rolling in a seaway?
The heeling error magnets are upside down and/or not in the correct position.
The error due to deviation is large for that ships heading.
The Coefficient B determined by the Compass Corrector at the last dry-dock was not correctly calculated.
The induced magnetism from the earth’s magnetic field is very strong in that area.
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Code: BKNU Onboard the following message is received on the DSC controller: DOO: 245329000 CH16; S distress ack 244123000. What station sent the distress acknowledgement?
245329000.
244123000.
002453290.
None of the given.
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What sound signal can be made when nearing a bend in a river, with the view around the bend obscured by an intervening obstruction?
Two prolonged blasts.
Two short blasts.
One prolonged blast.
One short blast.
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Code: WHNY One can check the functioning of the SART by:
Activating the SART and checking the effect on the radar screen.
Removing it from the holder and turning the SART upside down.
Activating it by extracting the antenna.
Lowering SART in to the sea.
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Code: JHKS What is the meaning of this symbol?

Symbol - rocket

Line-throwing appliance.
Survival craft pyrotechnic distress signals.
Rocket parachute flares.
Radar transponder.
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Code: BBDF Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - release gripes

Release gripes.
Davit launched lifeboat.
Davit launched rescue boat.
Release falls.
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Code: ACAJ Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - securing hatches

Secure hatches.
Close rescue boat ventilation aperture.
Open hatches.
Secure doors in the ship’s side plating.
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Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - EPIRB

EPIRB.
Rocket parachute flare.
Survival craft portable radio.
Survival craft distress pyrotechnic signals.
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Code: EMRE What is the meaning of this symbol?

Symbol - lifejacket

Lifejacket.
Child’s lifejacket.
Lifebuoy.
Immersion suit.
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Code: FTEC Identify this symbol:

Symbol - emergency generator

Emergency generator.
Inert gas installation.
Escape gate.
Fire glass door.
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Code: VQLA A hand flare must have a burning period of at least:
1 min.
30 sec.
10 min.
5 min.
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Code: SMXY What is “UNDER KEEL CLEARANCE”, in the figure?

Ship scheme

Under Keel Clearance is indicated by C, in the figure.
Under Keel Clearance is indicated by A, in the figure.
Under Keel Clearance is indicated by B, in the figure.
Under Keel Clearance is indicated by D, in the figure.
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The Officer in charge of the bridge watch, is often referred to as the OOW. What does OOW actually stand for?
On official watch.
Operator of the watch.
Officer of the Watch.
On official watchkeeping.
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Code: FNDY Warning signs that require a specific mandatory action e. g. wearing of a safety harness during a particular work task, must have their background colour as:
Green.
Red.
Blue.
Yellow.
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Code: HEWR Declaring a dangerous cargo as Class 3 (Sub risk Class 6) would indicate that:
The secondary hazards are flammability and toxicity.
The main hazard is toxicity and the secondary hazard flammability.
The main hazard is flammability and the secondary hazard toxicity.
The main hazards are flammability and toxicity.
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Code: ICLC When steel reinforcing rods are loaded in open-top containers, claims against the vessel would most likely arise due to:
Physical damages to the cargo.
Cargo being loaded less than the full height of the container.
Cargo staining by rust, hydraulic oil or grease.
Container damages.
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Code: BEPR What facility exists under the ISM Code for the provision of individual control measures for specific work-related tasks?
The definition of supervisory responsibilities.
The due diligence clause.
The Permit to Work system.
The documentation of individual job descriptions.
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Code: UAAG In the Beaufort Scale of Wind Force, what is the Beaufort number associated with the wind force known as a “Gale”? This should not be confused with a “Near Gale” or “Strong Gale”?
Nine (9).
Seven (7).
Eight (8).
Ten (10).
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Code: OXAN What sound signal shall be used on ship’s whistle when there is a man overboard?
6 long blasts repeatedly.
5 long blasts repeatedly.
3 long blasts repeatedly.
4 long blasts repeatedly.
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Code: LUEN The main movements experienced by a container ship, which will create the largest forces exerted on the container frames and lashings, are:
Rolling, Swaying and Yawing.
Surging, Yawing and Rolling.
Rolling, Pitching and Heaving.
Rolling, Heaving and Swaying.
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Code: IWWB What is the ideal humidity in a working environment?
10-30 %.
103-119 %.
40-60 %.
70-85 %.
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Of what use to the coastal navigator is a predictive vector seen on the chart display of an ECDIS?
To protect the vessel from grounding.
To see how the vessel can be stopped in an emergency.
It is used to assess the relative approach of target vessels.
It is used to assess an anti-collision manoeuvre.
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Code: TPLC The accuracy of an Inmarsat-E positioning-system is:
20 meters.
200 meters.
5 miles.
20 miles.
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When passage planning with ECDIS what level of detail should be displayed?
A “Standard” display is acceptable as this is required by IMO.
It is best to set “All” level of detail to assist with planning.
A “Base” display is acceptable as all chart objects are visible.
If the chart compilation scale is set correctly then all detail will be seen.
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Code: APLT You are starting to get low on water in the lifeboat. What should you do?
Mix sea water with 50 % fresh water.
Collect rain water.
Drink urine.
Use sea water.
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Code: LYRB How can an azimuth or bearing be indicated by signal flags?
The letter N + three numerals.
The letter A + three numerals.
The letter B + three numerals.
The letter A + three numerals + the letter R or T.
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Code: CONY A satellite receives the transmissions of the 406 MHz Cospas-Sarsat EPIRB. The transmissions of the EPIRB will be:
Exclusively passed on to a LUT if the satellite sees both the EPIRB and the LUT.
Always passed on to a LUT.
Exclusively passed on to a LUT only between 70° N and 70° S.
Passed when the satellite in passing the equator.
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Code: GWCT A ship moving through heavy seas is affected by the water pressure at the bows causing an effect known as “Panting”. What structure in the forward region of the ship combats the effects of Panting?
Double bottom tanks and floors.
Panting beams and stringers.
Centreline bulkhead.
Collision bulkhead and deck.
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Code: NJMP Which of these actions should crew take if a suspicious object that may be a bomb is located during a search?
Place the object in a desk drawer or file cabinet.
Confirm with their search partner that the object found is suspicious.
Throw the object overboard.
Cover the suspicious object with a box or blanket.
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Code: PWEN Operator connected R/T calls are charged:
On the basis of a six second minimum charge with one second incremental steps.
On the basis of a three minute minimum charge with one minute incremental steps.
On the basis of a six second minimum charge with six second incremental steps.
On the basis of a one minute minimum charge with one minute incremental steps.
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With a relative motion radar display, what would an echo of a target with no trail indicate? Note that this is a target trail, not a vector?
The target is on a constant bearing and getting closer to own ship.
The target is on the same course and speed as own ship.
The target is on a collision course with own ship.
The target is stopped and making no way through the water.
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Code: UKSI What would be understood by the message “A yacht has capsized in heavy seas”?
The message means the vessel is taking in water.
The message means the yacht has been overturned in heavy seas.
The message means the vessel is experiencing heavy seas and may need assistance.
The message means the yacht has lost its Captain in heavy seas.
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Code: MNID On a Container vessel, with regard to the IMDG Code what do Calcium Oxide (UN No. 1910), Magnetized Material (UN No. 2807), Sodium Aluminate (UN No. 2812) and Battery Powered Equipment (UN No. 3171) have in common?
Required to be shipped in open top containers, due to their special characteristics.
They are not subject to the provisions of the IMDG Code but may be subject to provisions governing the transport of dangerous goods by other modes.
Listed as Corrosive Substances – IMDG Class 8.
Not listed in the IMDG Code.
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Code: FXGK “RECEIVED MAYDAY” is used in a:
When received a weather report.
Receipt of a distress alert.
Supplementary receipt on a distress alert.
Distress alert.
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Code: VIMQ When you join a new ship, how are you informed about safety rules, alarm instructions and your own duties in case of an emergency?
By alarm instructions in all crew cabins.
By muster lists exhibited in conspicuous places.
By oral instructions by the Captain.
By folder distributed to each crewmember.
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Code: AFQY What is the weather associated with being in the centre of an Anticyclone (a region of High Pressure)?
Strong winds but with very little rain.
Light winds and fair weather, sometimes fog.
Persistent rain and very humid weather.
Strong winds and heavy rain.
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Code: POSK What are class “C” bulkheads?
Bulkheads constructed of approved non-combustible materials that can withstand the standard fire test for 45 minutes.
Bulkheads constructed of approved non-combustible materials but do not meet any of the requirements relative to smoke and flame nor limitations relative to temperature rise.
Bulkheads constructed of approved non-combustible materials that can withstand the standard fire test for 15 minutes.
Bulkheads constructed of approved non-combustible materials that can withstand the standard fire test for 30 minutes.
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Is it safe to carry a bag of tools in your hand, up a vertical ladder? Select the best option:
No it is not – two hands should always be used to climb the ladder.
Yes it is – provided three points of contact are maintained.
Yes it is – provided the ship is not rolling too badly.
Yes it is – provided that the carrying hand is wrapped around the ladder.
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Code: FSFA The relay of a distress-call by an RCC for coast-station begins with:
MAYDAY (3x).
PAN-PAN (3x).
MAYDAY RELAY (3x).
DISTRESS (3x).
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Code: KRVT Which of the following is a Accounting Authority Identification Code?
FR01.
227990850.
2 187,5.
F1B.
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Code: CHQA The proper operation of an Inmarsat-C terminal can be tested by:
Doing a “link test”.
Sending a message to MF DSC.
Doing a “recommissioning test”.
Requesting a “self test”.
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What are the main advantages to the Navstar, Glonas and Galileo satellite navigation systems?
These satellite systems give world-wide coverage 24 hours a day.
They are all made specifically for ships and marine operations.
If a vessel uses any one of them, there is no need to practice other forms of navigation.
Satellite navigation systems also give information about weather and wave conditions.
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Code: ACBX Why shall a duly qualified officer supervise any potential polluting operation?
To avoid pollution.
To relieve the master.
To inform the authorities.
To restrict pollution.
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During carriage in containers, if cashew nut shell liquid has been noted to spill out, the ships staff should:
Avoid skin contact and inhalation of toxic fumes.
Approach the container wearing a chemical protection suit.
Cool the container with water spray from as far away as possible.
Clean up the spillage wearing rubber boots and safety gloves.
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Code: NOIR EGC is short for:
Enhanced Group Call.
Emergency General Ship Call.
Exchange Geographic Call.
Exchange Group Call.
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Which option correctly identifies the meaning of the abbreviation ZOC, in relation to ECDIS?
Zone of Confidence.
Zone of Confusion.
Zone of Communications.
Zero on Carbon.
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Code: STQR What name is given to the inspection and measurements at the end of a bulk carrier’s loading operation, that determines the weight of cargo lifted based on the observed draughts, any list, hog or sag, the dock water density and the calculation of ballast and consumables on the vessel?
Draught Survey.
Load Survey.
Port Measurement.
Departure Survey.
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Code: ABEN A rocket parachute flare reaches an altitude of:

Symbol - parachute flare

Not less than 180 m.
Not less than 450 m.
Not less than 300 m.
Not less than 40 m.
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Code: JDTO Which equipment will detect a signal from a SART transponder?
S band radar.
Radio Direction Finder.
X band radar.
DSC receiver.
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Code: ENCD The ship is navigating in dense fog where the visibility is less than one mile. The Arpa radar is set on a range 12 miles on a course of 314° and own ship has a vector as shown. What is the vector mode selected on the Arpa?

ARPA radar

True vectors.
Relative vectors.
Relative vectors, sea stabilised.
Relative vectors, ground stabilised.
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Code: UGQS When should operational checks on navigation equipment be done?
When preparing for sea and entering port and at regular intervals during the voyage.
When there is an opportunity and time allows.
When there is any sucpicion of a fault with the equipment.
As often as possible.
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Code: PPYD Inmarsat Telex Service code “31” can be used:
To ask for maritime inquiries.
To ask for medical assistance.
When technical problems are experienced with the Inmarsat terminal.
When the coast-station is disfunctional.
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Code: ANXC When a fire breaks out in the engine room, who is in charge of the fire-fighting operations?
The Chief Engineer.
The Captain.
The engineer on duty.
The first person to arrive at the scene.
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Code: PUUL Which type of call will be sent by a ship adrift and needing the assistance of a tug? The weather is not bad and the ship will be aground 24 hours later.
Urgent call.
Distress relay call.
Safety call.
Distress call.
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Code: EBWH What is “FREEBOARD”, in the figure?

Freeboard

Freeboard is indicated by B, in the figure.
Freeboard is indicated by A, in the figure.
Freeboard is indicated by C, in the figure.
Freeboard is indicated by D, in the figure.
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A cargo of explosives carried in containers needs maximum protection against:
Lightning strikes.
Toxic gases.
Corrosives.
Other explosives in the vicinity.
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Code: XLBJ What is the main theme of modern safety practice?
Making use of Risk Assessment as a means to improving safety.
Health & Safety at Work Act.
Consult the chief officer before commencing work.
Use the same practice that has been in place for some time.
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Code: HCFX How can an approximate value of the initial transverse Metacentric Height (GM) be found from the Curve of Statical Stability (GZ curve)?

Scheme - vessel metacentric height

Drawing a tangent to the curve thought the origin and erecting a perpendicular through the angle of heel of 57,3 degrees.
Drawing a tangent from the highest point of the curve to the X axis and measuring it in metres.
The value in metres from the X of the point where the curve changes from concave to convex shape.
It is impossible to establish the GM value from the curve of righting levers (GM).
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Code: HCFX How can an approximate value of the initial transverse Metacentric Height (GM) be found from the Curve of Statical Stability (GZ curve)?
Drawing a tangent to the curve thought the origin and erecting a perpendicular through the angle of heel of 57,3 degrees.
Drawing a tangent from the highest point of the curve to the X axis and measuring it in metres.
The value in metres from the X of the point where the curve changes from concave to convex shape.
It is impossible to establish the GM value from the curve of righting levers (GM).
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What can be a cause of error observed on a gyro compass reading?
Fluctuations in the magnetism around the compass.
Incorrectly set latitude and speed values.
Incorrectly set heading and speed values.
Large values of variation caused by the gyro pole.
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Code: VNNX You wish to send a DSC-message because of a m. o. b. situation and assistance by other ships is required. You have to choose the category:
Distress.
Urgency.
Individual.
Safety.
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Code: BFXK What are the required data inputs into most gyro compasses to reduce any possible compass error?
Latitude and Speed.
All of the data in the suggested answers.
Maximum helm angle and rolling period.
Deviation and Variation.
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Code: YOWU Under ISM, what is a “non-conformity”?
An observed situation where objective evidence indicates the non-fulfilment of a specified requirement.
Official log book entries not being completed correctly.
The wearing of non-standard Personal protective equipment.
A safety officer not being nominated for the vessel.
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Code: CRBD If a distress signal is received on board your ship, what should be the first action that should be taken?
Attempt to establish contact with the distressed vessel.
Contact SAR Authorities via nearest coastal Radio station.
Determine how close your vessel is to the distressed vessel.
Determine if anyone else has heard the distress signal and if your vessel is near the distress.
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If a DSC distress alert is received on board your ship, what is the first action that should be taken?
Listen for a distress message on the appropriate radio frequency for 5 minutes.
Contact SAR Authorities via nearest coast Radio station.
Determine how close your vessel is to the distressed vessel.
Immediately answer the distress message on the correct radio frequency.
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If a twist lock is found cracked at the base, it should be:
Removed from service.
Use only in the lowest tier on deck.
Repaired on board and put back into service.
Use only to lock under-deck container stows.
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Code: VJGX The fire integrity of any bulkhead shall be maintained:
At the openings and penetrations.
Up to 5 meters above the deck level.
Up to 5 meters below the deck level.
Only at the continuous/solid part of the bulkhead.
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“Parametric Rollin” on a container ship results in:
The sudden unexpected occurrence of large rolling angles in beam seas.
The gradual build up of rolling angle in a head sea.
The unexpected roll to a large angle of heel due to a beam sea.
A large unstable roll motion suddenly occurring in head or stern seas.
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Code: ENJG How is the activation of any detector or manually operated call point of fixed fire-detection and fire-alarm systems to be indicated? (SOLAS II-2/13.1.4).
By visual and audible signal at the control panel and indicating units.
By alarm signals at the bridge and engine room control panels.
By sounding the ship’s fire alarm signal in crew accommodation and service spaces.
By all the indication methods listed.
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Where is the theoretical position of the hydrodynamic pivot point located on a vessel proceeding ahead with a small turn rate?
At about 1/3 of the vessel’s length from the stern.
At about 1/3 of the vessel’s length from the bow.
At a position near the stern of the vessel.
At amidships.
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Code: ICLC When steel reinforcing rods are loaded in open-top containers, claims against the vessel would most likely arise due to:
Cargo staining by rust, hydraulic oil or grease.
Cargo being loaded less than the full height of the container.
Physical damages to the cargo.
Container damages.
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Code: OGNG The receipt of a distress alert is to be pronounced as followed:
Mayday (1x), call-sign of ship in distress (3x) / this is / own call-sign (3x) / received mayday.
Mayday (3x) / this is / own call-sign (1x) / received mayday / call-sign of ship in distress (1x).
Mayday (1x) / this is / own call-sign (3x) received mayday.
Mayday (1x) / distress alert / own ship call sign.
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That the 406 MHz Cospas-Sarsat EPIRB is in proper working order can be tested with:
The testing function of the device.
Regulation monthly test transmissions from RCC’s.
Test transmissions from Cospas-Sarsat satellites.
Requesting RCC for the test.
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Code: PODI Notification logging procedures (OPA-90):
Every report or message must be logged including time and date.
Only verbal reports for documentation.
Only communication with USCG.
Only initial reports to be logged.
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Code: OQOS At what minimum height above sea level a SART transponder must be mounted?
1 metre.
2 metres.
0,5 metre.
The good working of a SART transponder doesn’t depend on the height above sea level.
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Code: JFVP It is considered essential that container ships should have a large ballast capacity and high powered ballast pumps, because:
These are required for trimming the ships and offsetting longitudinal bending moments.
These are required to load ballast during discharge.
These are necessary to keep the vessel upright during the loaded passage.
These are essential to retain the vessel within the International loadline requirements.
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Code: MMMU If your vessel is fitted with wires on self-stowing “split drum” winches, the advantage of having these split drum winches is:
All the listed alternatives.
Increased brake holding capacity due to the ability to keep the paid out wire in a single layer on the drum.
Less chance of the wire being jammed in the reel.
No crushing of the wire.
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Code: OVHR Shock is a manifestation of changes in which the circulation fails because either pressure or volume of circulating blood has fallen to a dangerous level. What is the skin colour of a pasient in shock?
Pale or grey.
Green or purple.
Dark blue.
Light blue.
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Code: CJNM What is the shortest distance between two points on the surface of the earth?
Great Circle.
Rhumb line.
Small circle.
Composite great circle.
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Code: PEVT As per the IMDG Code, Readily Combustible Fibres are defined as:
Fibres, powdered, granular, or pasty substances which are dangerous if easily ignited by brief contact with an ignition source and if the flame spreads rapidly.
Fibres, powdered, granular, or pasty substances that are capable of self-heating.
Any solid that is capable of self-ignition.
A substance that will heat up and ignite due to the ignition of another substance.
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Code: WEGK The transmitting receiving method, when both stations can transmit and receive at the same time is called:
Duplex.
Simplex.
Semi-duplex.
None of the mentioned.
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Code: XVIM Abdominal Thrust is the name on a technique which involves applying a series of thrusts to the upper abdomen in an attempt to force air out of a choking casualty’s lungs. How to perform this technique?
Stand behind the casualty. Clench your fist with the thumb inwards in the center of upper abdomen. Grasp your fist with your other hand and pull quickly inwards.
Remove the obstruction and restore normal breathing.
Lay casualty on a hard surface, e. g. deck, and press firmly and rapidly on the middle of the lower half of the breast bone.
Let the casualty grab a list and hang up right down for a period of minimum 5 minutes.
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Code: UYAE What would you call the wreckage of a yacht floating in the sea?
Flotsam.
Pollution.
Garbage.
Debris.
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Code: IFXF The best way to identify an IED is to:
An IED can look like any object, which is why it is important that crew who are the most familiar with different areas search for them.
Shake the object.
Weight the object. If the object’s weights more than normal, it should be suspected to be an IED.
Measure the size of the object.
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What signal, if any, is specified in SOLAS as the “Abandon ship” signal?
6 short blasts followed by 1 long blast.
7 short blasts followed by 1 long blast.
4 long blasts.
The “Abandon ship” signal is not specified, only the general emergency alarm signal is stated.
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Code: DIXD The first tier of under-deck containers, on a non-cellular container vessel, are usually loaded:
Onto dunnage laid fore and aft over the tank top.
Onto dunnage laid athwartships over the tank top.
Directly onto the tank top.
Onto dunnage laid directly under the container’s bottom rails.
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Code: QRAX Which of the following statements is incorrect with regard to IMDG Class 2 cargoes?
These goods need to be stowed in a protected location.
These goods require protection from heat.
These goods require protection against the accumulation of dangerous vapours.
These goods require protection against moisture.
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Code: STLM Welding and burning are among the factors which give the highest risk of fire on board ships. Precaution has to be taken to avoid this risk. Which of the following safety rules may be regarded as the most important?
The welder shall have been instructed in the use of the ship’s welding plant.
Only use electrodes from a well-known manufacturer.
Only holders of welding certificates shall be allowed to carry out welding on board ships.
Electric welding plants shall be controlled by a responsible engineer before use.
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Code: SBCM Distress MF communications should normally be operated:
In J3E mode – on simplex basis.
In J3E mode – on duplex basis.
In G3E mode – on duplex basis.
In G3E mode – on simplex basis.
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Code: UNAE Which of the following answers would most appropriately describe shell plating damage to the vessel?
My vessel has sustained damage to shell plating below the waterline in way of No. 3 cargo hold, starboard side.
My vessel has sustained damage to shell plating in way of No. 3 cargo hold.
My vessel has sustained damage to shell plating below the waterline.
My vessel has sustained damage to shell plating above the waterline.
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Code: NPXS When a ships derrick or crane lifts a weight off the deck of a ship, from which position can the centre of gravity of the weight be considered to act?
From the head of the derrick or crane.
From the centre of the weight lifted.
From the position on the deck from which the weight was lifted.
From a position on the deck at the base of the derrick or crane.
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Code: SUKO When fully loaded, a lifeboat should have a sufficient strength to withstand a drop into the water from a height of:
Not less than 3,0 metres.
Not less than 1,5 metres.
Not less than 0,5 metres.
Not less than one third of the distance from the stowage position of the lifeboat to the waterline in the lightest seagoing condition.
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Code: AWCE What does this signal hoist mean?

Special flags on the vessel

I require immediate assistance.
Do you require assistance?
Stand by to assist me.
I require medical assistance.
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Code: GQJB According to Rule 24 of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions and the illustrated lights, how long is the tow likely to be?
It exceeds 200 metres.
At least 100 metres
It is more than 50 metres but less than 200 metres.
It is less than 200 metres.
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To stop a mooring line paying out, it is possible to set the motor to “heave” as well as having the winch brake fully on. Is this a good idea or can it cause problems?
All the listed alternatives.
The increased braking power of the winch can exceed the breaking strength of the line.
Damage to the winch by distorting the shaft.
Strain on the fairleads and rollers in use in excess of their Safe Working Load.
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Code: IYTO How much lifeboat capacity should be provided on a conventional cargo ship of more than 85 metres in length?
100 % of the ship’s complement on each side.
150 % of the ship’s complement on each side.
125 % of the ship’s complement on each side.
50 % of the ship’s complement on each side.
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Code: YNDY The traffic list of a coast-station is a list of:
Call-signs of ships for which a radio-telephone call, a telegram or another call is intended.
Names of ships which, on behalf of safety at sea, are being routed by a traffic control system.
Name of ship’s scheduled for berthing.
Pertinent navigational and weather information.
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Super-refraction effects the performance of some bridge devices on the vessel. What should the bridge watchkeeper look out for?
Abnormal ranges of VHF radio and very long range radar detection.
The radar will be show abnormal sea clutter as the pulse is trapped in an atmospheric layer.
Satellite communications will be severely effected.
The GPS may give errors of position because of interference of incoming signals from the satellites.
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How often shall each member of the crew participate in an “abandon ship”-drill?
Once every month.
Once every week.
Once every 6 months.
Once a year.
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Bulk liquid cargoes carried in flexi-tank containers are considered dangerous:
When the associated material safety data sheet shows a constituent(s) listed in the IMDG Code.
When the shipper instructs that the container be carried on-deck only.
When declared as a non-hazardous chemical.
When declared as bulk liquid foodstuff.
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What would indicate the onset of Parametric Rolling?
When the wave encounter period approaches the natural roll period of the ship.
When twice the wave encounter period approaches the natural roll period of the ship.
When wave heights experienced from the bows exceed 6 meters.
IT When wave heights experienced from either quarter exceed 6 meters.
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Why is it important to have good a relationship between the crew on board a vessel?
It leads to better work performance and positive atmosphere among the crew.
It encourages crew to extend their contract.
Crew comes to know each others problems.
It will prevent accidents from happening.
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For guidance on lashing arrangement of containers on-board the vessel, the most important document to refer is:
The Cargo Securing Manual.
The Stability Manual.
The Code for the Safe Practice for Cargo Stowage and Securing.
The company’s ISM handbook.
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When planning the loading containers, the planning officer must refer to:
The Cargo Securing Manual (CSM).
MARPOL 73/78 Annex IV.
The Safety of Life at Sea Convention (SOLAS).
The Cargo Stowage and Security (CSS) Code.
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What does the abbreviation STCW stand for?
The International Convention on Standards of Trading, Certification and Watchkeeping of Seafarers.
The International Convention of Ship’s Trading, Chartering and Waybills.
The International Shipowners, Transport and Cargo Work Convention.
Seafarer’s Training and Competence of Watchkeepers.
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What do you do after receiving a VHF DSC DISTRESS call?
You set watch on VHF channel 16.
You set watch on channel 13.
You send immediatly a DSC DISTRESS RELAY call.
You send immediatly a DSC DISTRESS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT call.
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Give the meaning of the following symbol:
Rocket parachute flares.
Survival craft distress pyrotechnic signals.
Line throwing appliance.
Parachute landing area.
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A container full of scrap metal is being loaded, and you sight water dripping from it. You should:
Reject the container.
Ensure that the container is stowed on deck.
Ensure that the container is stowed below deck.
Load the container and note protest.
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The dangers associated with carriage of empty tank containers is that:
They may contain flammable cargo residue.
They may not be declared as being empty.
They are prone to collapse.
They could explode if their vents are closed.
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One particular group of hazardous goods that is highlighted by the IMDG Code as potentially being the most dangerous for carriage is:

Hazardous goods

Organic peroxides.
Toxic substances.
Liquefied gases.
Infectious substances.
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The portable walkie talkies required to be carried by GMDSS regulations should have which channels as a minimum?
Channels 6, 13 & 16.
Channels 6 & 16.
Channel 16 only.
Channels 13 & 16.
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What is the disadvantage of using High Tensile Steel (HTS) in ship construction?
Enhanced vibration in HTS areas.
Low elasticity.
Diminished cargo carrying capacity.
Failure without warning.
I don’t know.
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If a tank container of liquid ammonia is engulfed in fire, it is recommended:
To restrict ventilation.
To allow ventilation.
Not to use water to cool the container.
Not to use dry chemical to extinguish the fire.
I don’t know.
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What colour flare is used to signal a safe landing place for small boats?

Flare signal

Green.
White.
Blue.
Yellow.
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According to Rule 35 of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions what sound signal is made by a vessel not under command when in or near an area of restricted visibility?
One prolonged blast, followed by two short blasts, at intervals of not more that 2 minutes.
One prolonged blast, followed by two short blasts, at intervals of not more that 1 minute.
One prolonged blast at intervals at not more than 2 minutes.
Two prolonged blasts, followed by one short blast, at intervals of not more than 2 minutes.
I don’t know.
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Containerised scrap metal fire is best extinguished by:
Smothering.
Allowing cargo to smoulder.
Cooling with freshwater.
Dousing with seawater.
I don’t know.
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On a container vessel, flexitanks are used for:
The carriage of non-hazardous liquids, in bulk.
The carriage of hazardous liquids, in bulk.
The carriage of liquid cargoes of a particular specific gravity.
The carriage of liquid cargoes that do not have a Proper Shipping Name.
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Code: mM5ATSAJ Testing a SART is permitted:
Only at sea, outside territorial waters.
Only in a port or harbour.
Only in the workshop.
At sea, outside territorial waters, and in port or harbour.
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Code: odzblE7h What is (are) the basic component(s) of a Fire detection system?
All the alternatives mentioned.
The power supply.
The control unit.
The detector heads.
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Code: YITkvFR2 Which option correctly completes the following statement? An ECDIS alert:
Should never be ignored but must be investigated.
Only need to be acknowledged.
Is the responsibility of the Master alone.
I don’t know.
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Code: 5lEq9qcC How can the error of the Gyro compass be determined?
By taking a transit bearing with the gyro compass of two prominent fixed shore objects and comparing it with the bearing of the same objects on the chart.
By using any of the methods in the suggested answers.
By comparing the course readout on the GPS with the gyro course steered.
I don’t know.
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Code: Ake2udnX The display of the DSC-controller on board is showing the following lines: TX call: Selectiveto: 02114200; Category: RoutineUSB: telephony; DSC TX 2 189,5 kHz save > send <. This DSC-message must be transmitted in the mode:
J3E.
G3E.
F1B.
H3E.
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Code: #oHg6iZ0 The purpose of the dovetail foundation on container vessel is:
Act as a sliding base for twistlocks.
To secure double stacking cones.
To lock adjacent containers together .
To secure a single stacking cone.
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Code: jnJ3Rg#s Sodium, when carried in containers, upon coming in contact with water under normal atmospheric conditions will:
Self-ignite.
Decompose.
Implode.
Explode.
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Code: ptPnzPky What material should boiler suits be made of?
Cotton.
Wool.
Nylon.
Asbestos.
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Code: 2AA$pHy9 Which of the following statements is the most accurate in relation to the safety depth contour setting on an ECDIS?
The safety depth contour has to be set at a value to reflect the vessel’s draught.
The safety depth contour value is best set at a high value.
The safety depth contour value is best set at a low value.
The safety depth contour value has no effect on ECDIS operation.
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Code: d7dQXA0x At the design phase of a container ship, the loss of strength resulting from the large deck openings are compensated by:
Large deck beams longitudinally and athwartships at the sides and ends of hatches.
Additional longitudinal bulkheads.
Additional transverse bulkheads.
Large doubling plates at the hatch corners.
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Code: i3lWPaWp The main movements experienced by a container ship, which will create the largest forces exerted on the container frames and lashings, are:
Rolling, Pitching and Heaving.
Rolling, Heaving and Swaying.
Surging, Yawing and Rolling.
Rolling, Swaying and Yawing.
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Code: lQimgJX4 What device can be used by a tug to get a line aboard a disabled vessel in bad weather, when it is dangerous for the tug to get too close?
A rocket line.
A missile line.
A heaving line.
A cannon line.
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Code: $tGkLdXp The safety message announces that a station:
Will relay a message concerning an important navigational or meteorological warning.
Is in serious and imminent danger and needs immediate assistance.
Is going to be under repairs.
I don’t know.
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Code: EyoAuESO The operating mode of a pyrotechnic signal depends essentially on:
Instructions or diagrams printed on its casing by the manufacturer.
A definite standard process.
The fact that the user is on board a liferaft, a lifeboat or ship.
The weather conditions of the moment.
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Code: #$NkX4#c Which of the following precautions should be taken when work is to be carried out on a radar transceiver unit?
A sign needs to be attached to all the radars warning the bridge officers of repairs and the fact the radars are “Not to be Used”.
Only the electrical breaker for the associated scanner motor need to be pulled.
A “Not to be Used” sign on all radars and breakers pulled for the radar system to be worked on.
Only the electrical breakers for the radar undergoing repair needs to be removed, allowing the ship to retain a workable radar.
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Code: uNZ9zlR0 If vessel has been advised of the tendency of a particular cargo on a flat-rack to deform or compact during voyage, you would:
Ensure that the cargo is secured as per shipper’s instructions.
Slacken the cargo securing gear during voyage to allow for movement.
Accept the cargo as it is and clause the mate’s receipt accordingly.
Reject the cargo.
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Code: lmpqqPDo The person in charge of a lifeboat:
All the options are correct.
Must check that the crew under his command are acquainted with their duties.
Must have a list of the survival craft crew.
Must check that the second in command has also a list of the lifeboat crew.
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Code: esvwcGeq Declaring a dangerous cargo as Class 3 (Sub risk Class 6) would indicate that:
The main hazard is flammability and the secondary hazard toxicity.
The main hazard is toxicity and the secondary hazard flammability.
The main hazards are flammability and toxicity.
The secondary hazards are flammability and toxicity.
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Code: TzQDkedn A vessel has a right-handed fixed pitch propeller, what should happen to its heading, if the propeller was put full astern?
The bow should swing to starboard.
The bow will remain steady.
The bow should swing to port.
The vessel will slow down.
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Code: jQNI7qlF Which statement about IED’s is true?
All IED’s have four common components.
All IED’s look alike.
IED’s don’t cause serious damage.
IED’s are difficult to manufacture.
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Code: JTJS MF radio signals propagate mainly:
Along the curvature of the earth.
In a straight line.
Between the earth and satellites.
Through hops between ionised layers and the earth.
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The best way to ensure you get the equipment you need is to:
Determine your needs and do some research.
Buy the newest models.
Buy the most expensive equipment on the market.
Buy what everyone else is buying.
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Code: DODH What is the correct procedure to extinguish a soot fire in the exhaust boiler?
Reduce speed and use soot blowers if some are fitted.
Stop the engine and let the fire burn out by itself.
Increase speed or continue full speed.
Stop the engine and use the CO2 fixed fire-extinguishing system.
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Code: JVLB The best way to prevent stowaways from boarding your ship is to:
Seal spaces that are not in use while in port, and perform a search of the ship before leaving.
Conduct routine, but irregular searches of the ship.
Search the ship when you arrive at port and again just after leaving.
Conduct a Nominated Officers search.
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For a ships loading computer to be safely used for loading planning and stress calculations, it must be approved by:
A Classification Society.
The Port State where vessel is currently loading.
IT Department of Ship owner.
Hull and Machinery Insurers of the vessel.
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Code: OSKG A deep draught vessel sailing in a very narrow channel can develop a sudden sheer as it slows down. What could be the cause of this?
The large volume of water dragged behind the vessel continues to move forward and cause a strong turning moment on the stern of the vessel.
The shallow water reduces the effectiveness of the rudder and when the vessel stops any applied rudder will become suddenly more effective.
The vessel stopping shifts the pivot point and creates a turning moment and results in the ship swinging towards the bank.
I don’t know.
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Code: JMUI If the wind speed on a vessel doubles, by approximately how much will the force from it rise?
The force will be Quadrupled.
The force will be Tripled.
The force will be Quintupled.
The force will be Doubled.
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Code: MOMN A wire aerial for an MF/HF-transmitter must be suspended between isolators:
To prevent contact with earth.
To save energy.
To make the way for aerial currents as long as possible.
To prevent burns when touching the aerial.
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Code: QXXB Under GMDSS rules the trading area A3 can be considered to be:
Within coverage of the INMARSAT system.
Within VHF range.
Within MF range.
Polar region.
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What items of container securing equipment must be used in conjunction with buttresses?
Double stacking cones or link plates.
Single stacking cones and bridge fittings.
Single stacking cones.
Twistlocks.
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Code: GWGP Which one of the listed requirements regarding the stowage of a survival craft corresponds to present SOLAS regulations? Each survival craft shall be stowed:
In a secure and sheltered position and protected from damage by fire or explosion.
In a state of readiness so that two crew-members can prepare for embarkation and launching in less than 15 minutes.
On the starboard side of the ship.
Wherever space is available.
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Code: FKCQ The word RADIO is spelled conform the international phonetic alphabet:
Romeo, Alfa, Delta, India, Oscar.
Radio, Alfa, Delta, India, Oscar.
Romeo, Alpha, Delta, India, October.
Romeo, Atlanta, Delta, India, October.
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In open water, you see a collision between two other ships. What immediate action should you take?
Nothing, proceed on passage unless they are in distress.
Send out a distress relay message.
Slow down and standby to see if any assistance is required.
Contact one or both vessels involved in the incident and offer assistance.
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Code: QWNO During a loaded winter passage across the North Atlantic, the master of a container vessel would be most concerned with:
The added weight of icing on container stacks, leading to loss of GM.
The presence of icebergs leading to hazard of navigation.
Temperature differential between air and seawater, leading to shell plating damage.
I don’t know.
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Code: BTVE A MMSI number consist of:
9 digits.
6 digits.
10 digits.
4 digits.
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Code: DFYJ You are on board a ship which is not specially fitted for navigation in cold regions. At what ambient temperature should the engine of the lifeboat start within less than 2 minutes?
Until -15 °C.
Until -3 °C.
Until 0 °C.
Until -5 °C.
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When manoeuvring a conventional ship, if the engine is stopped with the rudder hard over what happens to the rudder turning force?
It is reduced because of the reduced water acting on the rudder.
Anything might happen as it depends upon the type of specialised rudder fitted.
It may increase due to a better laminar flow on the rudder.
It stays the same as the rudder angle is unchanged.
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Code: BLIY Who is responsible for ensuring your ship completes a security assessment?
Company Security Officer.
Ship Security Officer.
Flag State Administration.
Recognized Security Organization.
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Code: WXDB The capacity of a battery is expressed in:
Ampere × hours.
Volt × hours.
Volt × amperes.
Watt × hours.
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Code: WWRM As per the IMDG Code, “Marine Pollutant” is defined as:
A substance which, because of its tendency to degrade in seafood, or because of its hazard potential to the aquatic environment is subject to the provisions of Annex I of MARPOL, as amended, and carried by sea accordingly.
A substance which is subject to the provisions of Chapter V of SOLAS 1974 as amended.
Any substance which is deemed hazardous to the marine environment.
A substance which is subject to the provisions of Annex III of MARPOL.
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Code: GQIW Poster or sign shall be provided on or in the vicinity of survival craft and their launching controls. Which one of the following requirements has to be included?
Give relevant instructions and warnings.
Give information on survival craft capacity.
Give an overview of location of all lifesaving appliances.
Give information on survival craft speed and seaworthiness.
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Code: ADNN Which of the following spaces may be protected by a fixed carbon dioxide (CO2) fire-extinguishing system?
Machinery spaces of category A.
Cargo tanks of tankers.
All the spaces mentioned.
Special category spaces of passenger ships.
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Code: FTFD Vessels communicating directly with each other by VHF, work:
Always simplex.
Always duplex.
Always semi-duplex.
Dependent on the set on board, either simplex or duplex.
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Code: NKJG The greatest limitation of the fixed pressure water-spraying fire-extinguishing systems is a danger of:
Stability reduction on ships with single deck.
Overflowing.
Stability reduction on ships with several decks.
All answers are correct.
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Code: CJLY On area A4 the function “Transmission and reception of signals for locating” is mainly based on:
The use of SART transponder.
The use of MF DSC.
The use of HF DSC.
The use of SARSAT COSPAS Epirbs.
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Code: JWHU DSC uses for automatic identification the MMSI. The identification 002442000 is assigned to:
A coast-station or coast guard-station.
A vessel.
A group of vessels.
A type of vessels.
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Code: UAGL The word SATCOM is spelled conform the international phonetic alphabet:
Sierra, Alfa, Tango, Charlie, Oscar, Mike.
Sierra, Anna, Tango, Cornelies, Oslo, Mike.
Sierra, Able, Tango, Cornelies, Oslo, Man.
Sierra, Able, Tripoli, Charlie, Oscar, Mike.
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Code: PODF Racking forces imposed on a container would likely cause the greatest deflection to:
The door end of the container.
The base of the container.
The corner posts of the container.
The closed end of the container.
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Code: HLIX Where in accommodation spaces shall smoke detectors be located? SOLAS II-2/13.2.2.
In stairways, corridors and escape routes.
In all crew and passenger cabins.
Near ventilation ducts throughout the accommodation spaces.
In messrooms, public lounged and other public rooms.
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Code: KMDG Where do you find minimum drill requirements?
In the SOLAS convention and its annex.
In classification society rules.
In manager’s instructions.
In owner’s instructions.
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With an Inmarsat-C installation there is the addressing-option “special”. Via this option:
Give one of Inmarsat’s “special access codes”.
You can plan a message to be delivered at a special time.
You can deliver a message via a special telegram.
I don’t know.
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Code: AHXB Sea area A4 in maritime radio traffic sea area:
Outside the sea areas A1, A2 and A3.
Upto 12 miles of land.
Within VHF-radiotelephony-range of a coast station, where continuous DSC-alarm is available.
I don’t know.
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Code: LSRS What is the meaning of the abbreviation “RQ” at the end of a DSC sequence?
Acknowledgement request.
Acknowledgement broadcast.
End of sequence.
Problem of transmission.
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Code: PTDV The transmitting power of the VHF is adjusted by setting:
High/Low power.
Dual watch.
PTT.
Squelch.
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Code: DNJE For how long time should a SART transponder be able to operate in the active mode?
8 hours.
24 hours.
6 hours.
96 hours.
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Code: EEBG How much water per person is provided in a lifeboat not equipped with a desalting apparatus?
3 litres.
5 litres.
2 litres.
1 litre.
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Code: PSIB What is understood by carrier frequency?
The frequency actually used by transmitter and receiver.
The frequency of upper side band (UBS).
Frequency of the carrier wave.
Frequency of single side band.
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Code: EAUS If all indications are that a cargo has been received without damages irregularities or short shipment and the phrase “apparent good order and condition” is entered on the Bill of Lading, then this Bill is this said to be:
A clean Bill of Lading.
An endorsed Bill of Lading.
A Due Title Bill of Lading.
I don’t know.
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Code: JDTO Which equipment will detect a signal from a SART transponder?
X-band radar.
S-band radar.
None of the above.
Radio Direction Finder.
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Code: AXEV This receiver of the Inmarsat-C installation, if the log-in procedure has been carried out, is turned on:
NCS common channel.
LES message channel.
NCC information channel.
RCC common channel.
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Code: OLHT As a minimum, how often shall life boats be launched with their assigned operating crew aboard and manoeuvred in the water according to SOLAS?
Every 3 months.
Every month.
Every 2 weeks.
Every week.
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Code: HMXD The most important function of a buttress fitting on a container vessel is:
To transfer forces from the container stow to the ships structure.
To maintain a uniform level stow across the tier of container.
To avoid excess load placed on the tank top.
To ensure an even distribution of weight throughout the stack.
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Code: GXNG Where do we find information about the ships fire preparedness?
Information about the ships fire preparedness is found in the muster list.
Information about the ships fire preparedness is found at the fire station.
Information about the ships fire preparedness is found in the company QA manual.
Information about the ships fire preparedness is found in the deck log book.
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Code: IJNO What mode must be used on the MF/HF transmission when making a radiotelephone call?
J3E.
G3E.
H3E.
F1B/J2B.
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Code: IERT The ship is approaching shallow water where the Under Keel Clearance will reduce to about 0,25 of the ship’s draught. Which of the following answers most accurately summarizes the aspects to be considered when deciding a suitable speed?
All of the suggested answers.
A reduced ability to stop the vessel and maintain steerage.
A further reduction of underkeel clearance and possible changes of the ship’s trim.
I don’t know.
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Code: ABMW For guidance on lashing arrangement of containers on-board the vessel, the most important document to refer is:
The Cargo Securing Manual.
The company’s ISM handbook.
The Stability Manual.
The Code for the Safe Practice for Cargo Stowage and Securing.
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Code: CBBT On a conventional rudder, how much lift force remains if the rudder-angle is decreased to 20°, from an initial 35°?
About 80 %.
About 50 %.
About 30 %.
About 10 %.
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Code: AYOU What is the emergency frequency on MF (Medium frequency) radio?
2 182 Hz.
1 718 Hz.
2 617 Hz.
1 616 Hz.
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Code: JFDH In a distress situation, how many times or for how long should the emergency alarm signal be sounded?
Until all crew members and passengers have reported to their respective muster stations.
Until the signal “risk is over” or the order “abandon ship” is given.
3 minutes.
3 times.
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Code: LBGX The recommended connection between antenna and VHF is:
Coaxial cable.
Band cable.
Three vein cable.
Electric cable.
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Code: QPYR What is the minimum working pressure of the international shore connection?
1 N/mm2.
0,1 N/mm2.
0,4 N/mm2.
1 N/mm2.
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Code: BABS Which one of the following items has to be included in an abandon ship drill according to SOLAS regulations?
Checking that life-jackets are correctly donned.
Launching and recovery of a survival craft.
Starting and operating radio life-saving appliances.
Manoeuvring the lifeboat in the water.
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Code: FAUG A large vessel is proceeding under its own power in a narrow channel, assisted by a tug. Where should the tug be connected to best assist the ship maintain steerageway?
Made fast on a line through the centre lead forward.
Standing-by-ready for use anywhere, as required.
Made fast on a line through the centre lead aft.
Pushing alongside – either side.
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Code: BVQC For how long should the self contained air support system on a totally enclosed lifeboat having its engine running be capable of providing safe and breathable air?
30 minutes.
10 minutes.
5 minutes.
20 minutes.
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Code: TGNC Define the acronym GMDSS:
Global Maritime Distress and Safety System.
General Maritime Directories for Safety and Search.
Global Mundial Direct System Safe.
General Mundial Distress and Safety System.
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Code: YNBN What do you do after receiving a VHF DSC DISTRESS call?
You set watch on VHF channel 16.
You send immediately a DSC DISTRESS RELAY call.
You send immediately a DSC DISTRESS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT call.
You set watch on channel 13.
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Code: PIBQ When may a call for radio medical advice be preceded by the urgency-signal?
In urgent cases.
Always.
When you have a doctor on board.
Never.
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Code: YYPD How many Radar Transponders (SART) are required to be carried on board a ship for use in survival crafts?
One on each side of the ship.
One in each lifeboat.
Two on each side of the ship.
2, one of which being capable of floating free if the ship sinks.
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Code: OATS HEL-H is the abbreviation of a heavy helicopter radius of action for rescue purposes. What do you think the radius and evacuating capacity of the helicopter is?
200 nm and capacity for evacuating more than 15 persons.
100 nm and capacity for evacuating more than 10 persons.
500 nm and capacity for evacuating more than 25 persons.
150 nm and capacity for evacuating more than 12 persons.
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Which of the following spaces is a “special category space”?
A space specially designed and used for the storage of class 1.1 dangerous goods.
A space containing a centralised fire control equipment.
A space the gross calorific value of which may exceed 45 megajoules per square meter of the deck area.
A garage tweendeck on passenger ferry.
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Code: BABS Which of the following items shall be included in an “abandon ship”-drill?
Checking that passenger and crew are suitably dressed and lifejackets correctly donned.
Checking that all crew and passengers moral is high.
Checking the distress signal rockets and other distress signals.
Checking the lifeboat provisions and supplies.
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Code: JRHG Which wave length applies to a frequency of 2 000 kHz?
150 mtr.
15 000 mtr.
15 mtr.
1 500 mtr.
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Code: XYBO If the speed of a vessel through the water is HALVED, how will this effect squat?
The squat effect will be reduced to approximately a quarter of its original value.
The squat effect will also be halved.
There will be very little change to the effects of squat.
I don’t know.
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Code: RJUQ If drugs are discovered onboard your ship:
Ensure the witness to the discovery signs your incident report.
Notify the authorities after you arrive at the next port of call.
Write a report a few days after the event and describe everything that occurred.
I don’t know.
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Code: GHND What are the tricing pendants made for?
They automatically prevent any gap between the ship side and the lifeboat at the first stage of its launching.
They prevent people from falling down if the lifeboat falls down.
They prevent the lifeboat from falling down if one or both davit breaks.
They prevent the lifeboat from falling down if the falls break.
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Code: EvVKhNI4 What is the normal name of the waterproof suit shown in the picture?

Typical immersion suit

Life suit.
Immersion suit.
Dry suit.
Wet suit.
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Code: rReo85CC If the order is given to a mooring deck to “make fast”, what would happen?
Make fast means to apply a lashing to a coiled mooring rope.
Mooring ropes are transferred from a winch drum to the bitts.
Make fast means to set very quickly.
Mooring ropes are transferred from a storage drum to a winch to start heaving.
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Code: XptmDdf$ What could the wheelman be asked to do, to help in the preparations to leave the berth and go to sea?
Help the after team let go the ropes.
Standby in the mess room until called to the bridge.
Test the steering by putting the wheel hard over both ways.
Help the forward team let go the ropes.
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Code: SBbgPS9Q What is a ship’s “Gangway”?
A Gangway is a portable means of access between the ship and the shore.
A Gangway is an interval of time between a change of working gangs, on board.
A Gangway is the means of access into the cargo holds.
I don’t know.
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Code: 3j#1#KDJ What is meant by the term “bunkers”?
It means fuel oil used in the ship’s engine(s).
It refers to the storing of lubricating oil.
It is a measure of the quantity of oil; cargo loaded.
It means the number of available bunk spaces available on the vessel.
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Code: qB3AgYse Where is the “FORECASTLE” in the figure?

Vessel - scheme

The Forecastle is indicated by B.
The Forecastle is indicated by C.
The Forecastle is indicated by A.
The Forecastle is indicated by D.
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Code: 0Bis6aMg In the diagram, which letter is pointing to the area of the ship known as the “STERN”?

Vessel - position of the stern

The Stern area is indicated by B.
The Stern area is indicated by A.
The Stern area is indicated by C.
The Stern area is indicated by D.
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Code: dDJncLid What is the normal term used for the regular training of how to launch the lifeboat?
Lifeboat drill.
Lifeboat launching.
Lifeboat exercise.
Lifeboat practice.
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Code: x#OTbl.cz What is the name of the PORTABLE walkway or access between ship and shore?
Bulwark.
Accommodation ladder.
Bridgeway.
Gangway.
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Code: B3R5KjO6 What do you understand by: “Let go the port anchor”?
Put the port windlass brake in gear and lower the anchor.
Open the port windlass brake.
Slacken the port anchor cable.
Put the port windlass brake in gear.
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Code: qu6UX2sn Read the text in the diagram and answer this question: “What should be given to prospective seafarers”?

Text on english

Survival and protective clothing.
Recommendations.
Approved training in survival techniques.
Passport and visa.
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Code: eL0j0KeG Where is “AFT” in the figure?

Position of the Aft on vessel

Aft is A.
Aft is B.
Aft is C.
Aft is D.
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Code: dlzwfn2$ In the diagram, the amount of water under the keel is indicated by the letter “C”. Which bridge instrument would measure this value?

Diagram of the ship

Arpa Radar.
Echo Sounder.
ECDIS.
Draught Indicator.
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Code: lnLoabpn What does the word “pirates” mean?
Pirates are persons who attempt to board and take over a ship at sea.
Pirates are special cargo lashings on container ships.
Pirates are official people who bord the ship while in port.
Pirates are another word for helmsmen.
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Code: qhJLRTLm What is a mooring line used for?
A mooring line is a small diameter line attached to a large diameter rope.
A mooring line is a line that is passed through a block ashore.
A mooring line is a line thrown ashore when a vessel ties up.
A mooring line is a thick wire or synthetic rope used to moor the ship.
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Code: qNNS1ksR What is meant by the term “Single up” when a vessel is preparing to leave the jetty to which it was moored?
This term used when there is only one single rope left out between the ship and the jetty, when leaving the berth.
This term used to describe the process of letting go most of the moorings lines and just leaving sufficient lines to stay safely alongside.
This term used when only one single tug is used to assist the ship in leaving the berth.
I don’t know.
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Code: #$bnupzD Where is the “BRIDGE” in the figure?

Position of the bridge on the vessel

The Bridge is A.
The Bridge is B.
The Bridge is C.
The Bridge is D.
Code: $B58tVVa What do you understand by the term “Let Go” when applied to mooring and unmooring?
Let Go means to slacken a mooring rope.
Let Go means to cast off the mooring ropes and wires.
Let Go means to let seafarers go ashore.
Let Go means to leave the ship.
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Code: geOYqXbF What is the correct understanding of the term “Lapse Rate” when used in Meteorology?
The change of the temperature in the atmosphere with height above sea level.
The rate of increase of the wind associated with a Tropical Revolving Storm.
The delay in temperature reduction associated with the wet bulb thermometer of a hydrometer.
The change in the temperature associated with the passing of the warm front of a frontal depression.
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Code: nY0ixUzs Which option correctly completes the following statement? When an ECDIS system is in DR mode:
It is probably using the course and speed through the water for position update.
The bridge team can rely on this trusted method of navigation.
It stops working not showing the position on the screen or freezing the last position.
It is in normal operational mode.
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Code: uAlSwAjw The special list of cargo loaded on board a ship that needs to be prepared for reporting and other administrative purposes, is referred to as:
Manifest.
Tally list.
Load Summary.
Stowage Plan.
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Code: hF2PKz2B Normally, a twist lock should be greased:
Between the twistlock cone and associated housing.
Over the entire outer surface.
At the base of the twistlock cone.
Under the handle.
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Code: tACgNpCf On a ship involved in a collision, what should happen immediately after the accident has taken place?
The master should be called.
The bridge team should devise a plan of action.
Crew should follow an emergency procedure.
The other ship should be contacted.
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Code: #C4xmnyK When should a gangway safety net be rigged?
Whenever the gangway is deployed.
Whenever the gangway is regarded as unsafe.
Between the hours of sunset and sunrise.
When it is deemed necessary by the Master or the Chief Officer.
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Code: 1yo9QFGb During carriage in containers, if cashew nut shell liquid has been noted to spill out, the ships staff should:
Avoid skin contact and inhalation of toxic fumes.
Cool the container with water spray from as far away as possible.
Approach the container wearing a chemical protection suit.
Clean up the spillage wearing rubber boots and safety gloves.
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Code: dvZ7A3Zm The battery of a SART:
Must be replaced before the expiry date is exceeded.
Replaced monthly.
Charged condition must be checked weekly.
Must be re-charged weekly.
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Code: ncKYHGRw The main function of twist-locks is:
To couple containers vertically.
To couple containers horizontally.
To lock containers vertically and horizontally.
To bear container loads.
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Code: sqdsiVHr Where detectors of a fixed fire detection system are grouped in sections, each of these sections:
None of the answers is correct.
May cover more than one deck within accommodation spaces.
May cover more than one main vertical zone in a passenger ship.
May cover a machinery space of category A together with a control station.
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Code: WKew1GDt What is the emergency channel on VHF?
Channel 16.
Channel 21.
Channel 09.
Channel 69.
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Code: bu17lhcq What is the meaning of this symbol?

Symbol - lifebuoy

Lifebuoy with light and smoke.
Lifejacket.
Lifebuoy with line.
Lifebuoy with light.
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Code: t5fNzbq3 What is the meaning of this symbol?

Symbol - fasten seat belt

Fasten seat belts.
Secure hatches.
Start air supply.
Release falls.
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Code: KwRwumHF The superstructure and deck houses of passenger ships carrying more than 36 passengers shall be divided into main vertical zones by:

Structure of deck house

Class “A” division.
Class “B” division.
Class “C” division.
Class “P” division.
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Code: 43#uZTLt After just leaving a berth, which is the best way to quickly assess the compass error?
By taking a transit bearing of two fixed geographical objects.
By using the variation value on the navigational chart in use.
By taking the error from the deviation table on the bridge.
By taking the azimuth of a celestial body.
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Code: 3d8VzOA8 Hand flares and buoyant smoke signals can continue to burn or emit smoke after having been immersed for a period of 10 s.
Right, if the immersion depth is smaller than 100 mm.
Right, if the immersion depth is more than 1 m.
Right.
Wrong.
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Code: mZn5x42t What would be the correct form of response to the question: what is the visibility in your position?
Visibility in my position is two hundred meters.
Visibility is medium.
Visibility is okay.
Visibility is poor.
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Code: X5rBgU7w What is one of the dangerous states a survivor may suffer from?
Hypothermia.
Cold.
Broken limn.
Influenza.
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Code: U4IHd0nq New MARPOL regulations came into effect from July 93 stating that the previous instantaneous rate of discharge of oil content (60 litres per nautical mile) was changed to:
30 litres per nautical mile.
20 litres per nautical mile.
25 litres per nautical mile.
10 litres per nautical mile.
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Code: nYi4N#ni If a search and rescue aircraft flies over your vessel as shown in the three sketches, what does this mean?

SAR aircraft signs

The aircraft wants your vessel to proceed in the direction shown in the bottom image.
The assistance of your vessel is no longer required.
The casualty is sighted and will require medical assistance.
The aircraft is short on fuel and is returning to base but request your vessel to continue searching.
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Code: OKqJTrWO Where would you find out which fire sections are enclosed by “A” or “B” class divisions on a ship?

Fire sections on the vessel

All the mentioned alternatives.
On the capacity plan.
On the Ship’s fire control plans.
On the general arrangement plan.
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Code: D3OBlzvZ Which one of the listed items has to be included in a distress message?
Identification of the ship.
Weather in immediate vincinity.
Last port of call.
Destination.
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Code: b7bwgL0X The residual stability requirements of a container ship state that:
A container ship must always comply with the stability requirements of the International Loadline Rules.
A container ship is only required to comply with the loading port requirements.
A container ship must retain a positive GM of at least 1,5 metres at all stages of the voyage.
There are no special stability requirements, provided the ship remains fully stable at all times.
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Code: Dkc12#FG What is recognized as the main hazard when entering a void space?
Lack of oxygen?
Lack of light?
No particular hazards?
Lack of mobility?
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Code: vvWFCW1k Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - start engine

Start engine.
Indicates manual starting direction of the engine.
Start water spray.
Reverse engine.
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Code: 5DSsT$IA Via Inmarsat-C a message is sent to an Inmarsat-C mailbox with a positive delivery notification (PDN). The ground station will:
Send a PDN, as soon as the message is collected from the mailbox.
Send no PDN’s with messages intended for the mailbox.
Send a PDN, if the message has arrived in the mailbox.
Not send any PDN for this message.
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Code: 8ofk$6CM The emergency battery of a GMDSS portable radio:
Must be tested once a week.
Cannot be replaced.
Must be replaced before the expiry date is exceeded.
Must be charged after expiry date.
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Code: vqb5HW8z On a container vessel, the description of a consignment of dangerous goods shows P in the IMDG Dangerous Goods List Column 4. What does the letter P indicate?
The substance is a Marine Pollutant.
The substance is poisonous.
The substance is in powder form.
The consignment is in a pressurised container.
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Code: SLPvywsn Under the ISM Code the provision of individual control measures for specific work-related tasks exist in the:
Permit to Work system.
Due diligence clause.
Definition of supervisory responsibilities.
Documentation of individual job descriptions.
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Code: EvVKhNI4 What is the normal name of the waterproof suit shown in the picture?

Typical immersion suit

Immersion suit.
Life suit.
Dry suit.
Wet suit.
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Code: mqsqn6eH What is the daytime signal to be shown when the vessel is at anchor?
Two black balls where they can best be seen.
A black diamond forward where it can best be seen.
A black ball forward where it can best be seen.
The national flag flying from the fore most.
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Code: KW#4I3TO In the diagram, which letter is indicating the “bitts” which would probably be used by the mooring the ship?

Diagram of the ship

The bits for the Forward Spring is indicated by B, in the figure.
The bits for the Forward Spring is indicated by C, in the figure.
The bits for the Forward Spring is indicated by A, in the figure.
The bits for the Forward Spring is indicated by D, in the figure.
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Code: FNg6#L6q On a vessel, where is the “boat deck” located?
It is the deck of a life boat giving access to un-hook the boat.
It is on the side of the accommodation from which persons embark into the lifeboats.
It is the lowest deck on the accommodation of a vessel where access is gained from a boat alongside.
It is the name of the main deck of the ship or boat.
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Code: 9BHqKdzi How would you alert others on board if you saw a person falling overboard?
If I saw a person falling overboard I would run to the Bridge.
If I saw a person falling overboard I would shout once “Man overboard”.
If I saw a person falling overboard I would shout repeatedly “Man overboard”.
If I saw a person falling overboard I would inform the Bosun.
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Code: 8y1bLUDf What is understood by the term “the Lee Side”?
It is the side with the wind on it.
It is the side opposite the wind.
It is the starboard side of the vessel.
It is the port side of the vessel.
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Code: kS1kAfST Why could dirty and oily areas of the deck be dangerous?
They may cause people to slip over and hurt themselves.
They show the ship is not efficient.
They are areas which should be cleaned up.
They do not look good to the customers.
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Code: LMBqQISK 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: a foul taste at the end of a meal.
Bitter end means: the toggled end of a lifeboat painter.
Bitter end means: to the very last moment.
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Code: SMF$8083EN During an anchoring operation, what does the bridge team mean when they ask “How is the chain leading”?
The Master is asking the Chief Officer whether the ship needs to be moved forward and take the weight off the anchor cable.
The Master is asking the Chief Officer whether the vessel is dragging anchor.
The bridge would like to know the direction of the anchor cable from the hawse pipe.
I don’t know.
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Code: rZt#A4Hz What do you call the wide rung on a pilot ladder that prevents the ladder from twisting?
The wide rung on a pilot ladder that prevents it from twisting is called a “Wide step”
The wide rung on a pilot ladder that prevents it from twisting is called a “Long rung”
The wide rung on a pilot ladder that prevents it from twisting is called a “Spreader”.
The wide rung on a pilot ladder that prevents it from twisting is called a “Ani-twist rung”
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Code: R$aCbaXJ On the diagram, what is the area at the forward end of the vessel shown by the letter “A”? It is normally raised by one deck above the main deck.

Diagram of the ship

Poop.
Crows nest.
Forward bridge.
Fo’csle or Forecastle.
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Code: oROnIRtU Where is the “PORT QUARTER”, in the figure?

Port quarter on diagram

The Port quarter is D in the figure.
The Port quarter is A in the figure.
The Port quarter is B in the figure.
The Port quarter is A in the figure.
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Code: 7UjcYq2Z What is name of the machine shown, used to heave on the ropes during mooring and unmooring?

Winch machine

Crane.
Winch.
Windlass.
Capstan.
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Code: ZJ3jNAcU Which is the “CAPSTAN” in the figure?

Location of capstan onboard

The Capstan is indicated by B in the figure.
The Capstan is indicated by A in the figure.
The Capstan is indicated by C in the figure.
The Capstan is indicated by D in the figure.
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Code: hRpnAXNP In the diagram, which letter is indicating the position “MIDSHIPS”?

Position of midship onboard

Midships is indicated by D in the figure.
Midships is indicated by C in the figure.
Midships is indicated by A in the figure.
Midships is indicated by B in the figure.
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Code: xWaGrnSFR When keeping a lookout, what would be the correct understanding of the question “What is the aspect of the other ship”?
The question is requesting where on the horizon the other ship was sighted.
The question wants to know what type of ship has been sighted.
The question is requesting some idea of how far away the other ship is from your own ship.
The question is requesting some indication of what lights or part of the vessel is seen.
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Code: m9lvxTiq What is understood by the term “take the helm”?
Take over the steering of the ship.
Take over heaving of a rope.
Change the place where the lookout is standing.
Take a message to another officer.
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Code: eOGcnaCR Would there ever be the need for two lookouts on the Bridge watch?
Every night there should be two lookouts, one on each bridge wing.
Never necessary.
Yes, possibly whne there is dense fog and heavy traffic.
No, one lookout is sufficient even in fog.
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Code: j3eTfjfa Your vessel is power-driven and making way in open water. This vessel is sighted wide on the port bow. It’s bearing is opening, but its distance is closing rapidly. Which of the following is a correct assessment of the situation and the action to be taken?
Risk of collision is deemed not to exist and I will maintain my course and speed. I will continue to monitor the situation.
Risk of collision is deemed not to exist. However, to be sure of a safe passing distance, I will reduce my speed to allow the other vessel to pass ahead.
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