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MarEng Plus Teachers Manual/Intermediate Level/Unit 4 The Ship

Unit 4 The Ship


A Tour on the MS Marina

Exercise 1
the superstructure
the forecastle deck
the crew
the Chief Engineer
the hull
a derrick
the poop deck
the accommodation
the Chief Officer
port side

all the structures above the main deck


the deck at bow
the men working on a ship
head of the engine room
the body of a ship
a smaller crane on the ship
the deck at the stern
the space you live in
next in command under the Captain
left on a ship

the rudder
bulkheads
a hold
compartments
the navigation bridge
a funnel
midships
starboard side
the radar scanner

the wheel
the walls between spaces
a space for cargo
rooms on a ship
the place where you steer
a chimney
the middle part of a ship
right on a ship
another word for the radar antenna

Exercise 2

The words above from left to right:


the stern
funnels
the navigation bridge
the main deck
the forecastle
mooring winch
the bow
The words below from left to right:
the poop deck
the superstructure
hatch cover
the windlass

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Exercise 3

The words above from left to right:


radar scanner
radio antenna
hold
crane
The words below from left to right:
ladder
rescue boat
engine room
bulkhead
bottom
tween deck
the hull

Exercise 4

1.

The front part of a ship is called the <bow>.

2.

The deck that stretches along the ship is the <main deck>.

3.

A vessel that carries its own loading equipment is a <geared vessel>.

4.

What is the <lifting capacity> of the huge cranes on board? 37 tons.

5.

The deck at the fore of the ship is the <forecastle>.

6.

The anchor is operated by the <windlass>.

7.

All the structures above the main deck are called the <superstructure>.

8.

Something driven by water or oil under pressure is <hydraulically driven>.

Exercise 5

1.

The open main deck is called the <weather deck>.

2.

The cargo is stored in <holds> and the opening is called a <hatch>.

3.

Each hatch has a lid called a <hatch cover>.

MarEng Plus Teachers Manual/Intermediate Level/Unit 4 The Ship

4.

On the Marina the hatch covers consist of parts called <panels>.

5.

The panels can be <folded>open when cargo is loaded into the holds.

6.

It is important that a hatch cover is closed tightly and is <sealed>.

7.

Something that can resist water and changes in temperature is <weathertight>.

8.

We call it <corrosion> when steel becomes rusty and damaged from water and weather.

Exercise 6

1.

The walls between compartments in a ship are called <bulkheads>.

2.

Grain and fertilisers are examples of <dry bulk>.

3.

On many cargo ships there are decks between the main deck and the bottom of the holds.

1.

They are called <between decks|tweendecks>.

4.

The tweendeck on the Marina can be moved; it is <removable>.

5.

A cargo opening on the tween deck is called <tweendeck hatch>.

Exercise 7

1.

Another word for living quarters is <accommodation>.

2.

All the men working on a ship is the <crew>.

3.

The officers relax together in the <lounge>.

4.

The seamen gather in the <dayroom>.

5.

The crew on board can get exercise in the <gym>.

6.

The right side on a vessel is called <starboard>.

7.

Left on a vessel is <port>.

8.

The crew and passengers on a vessel sleep in <cabins>.

9.

Something in the middle of a ship is <amidships>.

10. All the space where the men on board spend free time is called <recreation space>.
11. Meetings are in the <conference room>.
12. The aft end of a ship is called the <stern>.
13. A kitchen is called the <galley>.
14. You eat in the <dining room|mess>.

MarEng Plus Teachers Manual/Intermediate Level/Unit 4 The Ship

Exercise 8

1.

The Captain gives orders from the <navigation bridge>.

2.

When you go towards the stern you go <aft>.

3.

The chimney on a ship is called the <funnel>.

4.

Another word for radar antenna is <radar scanner>.

5.

The deck is at the stern is called the <poop deck>.

6.

Another word for the Captain is the <Master>.

7.

Maps at sea are called <charts>.

8.

Another word for the communication workstation is the <Radio Room>.

9.

The side parts of the bridge are called the <bridge wings>.

Exercise 9

1.

The whole body of a ship is called the <hull>.

2.

Stairs on a ship are often called <ladders>.

3.

Rooms are called <compartments>.

4.

Walls between compartments are called <bulkheads>.

5.

Something that resists water is <watertight>.

6.

The thin metal surface of the hull is called the <plating>.

7.

When a vessel has to navigate in ice the hull is <strengthened>.

8.

The space between the bottom and the cargo holds contains <double bottom tanks>.

9.

The water carried to make the ship stable is called <ballast>.

Exercise 10

1. How fast a ship goes is her <speed>.


2. The total length of a vessel is called <overall length/length overall>.
3. The widest part of a ship is called <the breadth>.
4. How deep a ship goes under the waterline is her <draught/draft>.
5. The maximum amount of cargo her holds can carry is her <cargo hold capacity>.

MarEng Plus Teachers Manual/Intermediate Level/Unit 4 The Ship

Important Structures

Exercise 1

1. The rocks are <ahead


ahead of>
of
the Utopia.

2. The lighthouse is on the <port


port>
port
side of the Utopia.

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F
an
ta
si
a

Utopia

3. The Fantasia is passing


<astern
astern>
astern of the Utopia.

Utopia

4. There is damage to the


<starboard
starboard quarter>.
quarter

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two miles

5. There is a vessel with


engine trouble distance two
miles <ahead
ahead>.
ahead

ROCK
K

6. The vessel is passing


on <starboard
starboard>
starboard side
of the Mark.