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Welcome to the website where you can pass online the CES test on the «Deck Support Terminology». 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: 6.0.0.
  • Test type: STCW.
  • Department: Deck.
  • Level: Support.
  • Module: Basic Ship Terminology.
  • Vessel type: any.

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

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

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

«Basic Terminology» subject includes theoretical and practical information about advanced training for work on any type of vessel. Knowledge of this information directly shows employee’s competence who holds a relevant post on a vessel. Basic terminology on a ship refers to the fundamental terms and vocabulary used to describe various aspects of a ship’s infrastructure and operations. It includes terms for different parts of the ship, such as hull, bow, stern, and deck. It also encompasses terminology related to ship systems and equipment, including propulsion, navigation, and communication. Understanding and using this basic terminology is essential for effective communication and safe navigation on board a ship.

On this site Crew Evaluation System Test on the subject «Deck Support Terminology» contains 35 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: 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$93EN During an anchoring operation, what does the bridge team mean when they ask “How is the chain leading”?
The Master is asking the Chief Officer whether the ship needs to be moved forward and take the weight off the anchor cable.
The Master is asking the Chief Officer whether the vessel is dragging anchor.
The bridge would like to know the direction of the anchor cable from the hawse pipe.
I don’t know.
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Code: rZt#A4Hz What do you call the wide rung on a pilot ladder that prevents the ladder from twisting?
The wide rung on a pilot ladder that prevents it from twisting is called a “Wide step”
The wide rung on a pilot ladder that prevents it from twisting is called a “Long rung”
The wide rung on a pilot ladder that prevents it from twisting is called a “Spreader”.
The wide rung on a pilot ladder that prevents it from twisting is called a “Ani-twist rung”
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Code: R$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 B in the figure.
Midships is indicated by A 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: 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.
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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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