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Questions and answers to Crew Evaluation System Test about Maritime English (SMCP)

This page contains answers to Seagull CES test about Maritime English (SMCP), and serve as a database of questions and answers, using which seafarer can prepare to exams for getting certificate of competence, or just to challenge yourself with knowledge in this theme.



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Answer True or False to the following statement: “the beam of a ship is its width at the widest point”.
True.
False.
Finish the following sentence: “the bilge keel is…”
A fin, mounted to the shell plating to reduce rolling.
The rotating screw, which drives the ship through the water.
A vertical blade at the stern, used for steering the ship.
A protruding bulb at the bow of a ship, just below the waterline.
Finish the following sentence: “the bow is…”
The fore end of a ship.
The back end of a ship.
The middle part of a ship.
The side of a ship.
Finish the following sentence: “the bilge is…”
The space, where spare parts are located.
A closed vessel producing steam.
A partial deck.
The lowest part of the hull and machinery spaces.
Finish the following sentence: “the bridge is…”
The ramp used to board the ship.
A device for determining the ship speed.
The wheel for steering the ship.
The deck from where the ship is controlled.
The large exhaust pipe for the ship’s engine room machinery is called:
The funnel.
The chimney.
The smoke-shaft.
The chase.
What device is used for measuring the water depth?
An echo sounder.
A GPS.
A magnetic compass.
ECDIS.
What is ECDIS?
Small radios for short distance communication.
A navigation system, which uses electronic charts.
A device using radio signals for detecting other ships or land objects.
An instrument with a needle pointing to the magnetic north.
What is a forecastle?
A cylindrical shape post fixed on the ship.
A raised structure at the forward part of the ship.
A mooring line at the forward part of the vessel.
A deck machine used for the securing and adjustment of mooring lines.
What is a windlass?
A deck machine, used for the securing and adjustment of mooring lines.
A deck machine, used for lifting and lowering the anchor chain.
A raised structure at the forward part of the ship.
A heavy chain for holding the vessel at anchor.
What is the Slop chest?
A shop on board for sales to the crew.
The area, where crew can sit and relax.
The stairs inside the accommodation.
The room for washing clothes, towels and bed linen.
What is the name of the kitchen area on board a ship?
Galley.
Alleyway.
Mess room.
Cabin.
What is the name of the place, where the crew eat their meals?
Galley.
Provision store.
Mess room.
Cabin.
What is the name of the room, where the main steering wheel and engine telegraph are located?
Mainhouse.
Steeringhouse.
Wheelhouse.
Engine control room.
What is the ship’s side also called?
The beam.
The stern.
The bow.
The hull.
Where is the starboard side?
The left hand side of a ship, looking backward towards the aft.
The right hand side of a ship, looking backward towards the aft.
The left hand side of a ship, looking forward towards the aft.
The right hand side of a ship, looking forward towards the aft.
Which engine is only connected to a generator for producing electricity?
The auxiliary engine.
The main engine.
The boiler.
Which engine is used for turning the ship’s propeller?
The auxiliary engine.
The main engine.
The propeller engine.



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