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test: Respon to a distrees signal at sea ( nautika )

 

surname:

AMI

try out nautika

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user:

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start time:

2018-06-29 20:10:24

end time:

2018-06-29 20:22:27

time:

00:12:03

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points: 6.681 / 99.990 ( 7%) - NOT PASSED

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1 S

 

-1.665

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20:10:24

20:10:44

00:20

16.753

 
   
 

On the figure there are four (4) possible definitions of the term BOLLARD given. Which one is the correct one?

 
 

1

Bollard is given by D on the figure

 
 

2

Bollard is given by B on the figure

 

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3

Bollard is given by A on the figure

 
 

4

Bollard is given by C on the figure

 

2 S

 

3.333

281473914001436

20:10:44

20:12:34

01:50

12.186

 

A ship in distress should transmit the appropriate alarm signal followed by the distress call and message on one or all of the international distress frequencies. Which of frequencies is in accordance with the present recommendations?

 

1

500

kHz, 2367 kHz and 243 MHz

 
 

2

550

kHz, 2182 kHz and 121.5 MHz

 

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3

500

kHz, 2182 kHz and 156.8 MHz

 
 

4

550

kHz, 2367 kHz and 121.5 MHz

 

3 S

 

3.333

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20:12:16

20:12:45

00:29

8.298

 

Which one of the listed items has to be included in a distress message?

 

+

1

Identification of the ship

 
 

2

Weather in immediate vincinity.

 
 

3

Destination

 
 

4

Last port of call.

 

4 S

 

-1.665

281473914001436

20:12:45

20:13:08

00:23

20.22

 

When a vessel arrives at a port to pick up a pilot and enter harbour, there should be someone required to stand by the anchor forward. How should the anchor be prepared and ready?

 

-

1

The use of the anchor will not normally be required when going straight into port, so the anchor does not need to be prepared, but left ready for going back out to sea

 
 
   

2

Leave the brake on securely

 
 

3

The brake may be insufficient to hold the anchor, so leave everything in place except the cement/covering of the chain locker

 
 
   

4

The brake securely applied, all cement/covering into the chain locker and securing arrangements from windlass removed. The guillotine can remain for removal when ready

 
 

5 S

 

3.333

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20:13:08

20:13:37

00:29

26.893

 

The safety message announces that a station:

 

+

1

Will relay a message concerning an important navigational or meteorological warning

 
 

2

Is in serious and imminent danger and needs immediate assistance

 
 

3

Has an very urgent message concerning the safety of a vessel, a plane or another means of conveyance

 
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4

Is

going to be under repairs

 

6 S

 

-1.665

281473914001436

20:13:37

20:15:36

01:59

5.787

 
   
 

What does this signal hoist mean?

 

-

1

I require medical assistance

 
 

2

I require immediate assistance

 
 

3

Do you require assistance?

 
 

4

Stand by to assist me.

 

7 S

 

-1.665

281473914001436

20:15:10

20:15:44

00:34

5.269

 

To get priority with radio-communication, one must notify the coast-station that the call is:

 
 

1

A collect call

 
 

2

A personal call

 
 

3

An urgent call

 

-

4

A

priority call

 

8 S

 

-1.665

281473914001436

20:15:44

20:15:59

00:15

12.249

 

The number of frequencies on which a MF/HF-DSC distress alert multi-frequency call attempt can be transmitted is:

 
 

1

6

 

2

5

-

3

3

 

4

2

9 S

 

0.000

0

20:15:59

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0

 

What is the necessary protection when you are rust chipping with air tools?

 
 

1

Protective clothing, safety shoes, earmuffs

 
 

2

Protective clothing, safety shoes, gloves, goggles, earmuffs

 
 

3

Gloggles and ear protectors

 
 

4

Gloves, goggles, earmuffs

 

10 S

 

3.333

281473914001436

20:16:34

20:16:39

00:05

3.028

 

What is the two letter signal, to be used by flags, radiotelephony or radiotelegraphy, meaning Calling All Ships.

 
 

1 TT

   
 

2 CA

   
 

3 AS

   

+

4 CQ

   

11 S

 

-1.665

281473914001436

20:16:39

20:17:11

00:32

29.899

 

For a distress alert via the DSC, the MF-band is used in the frequencies:

 
 

1

TX: 2187.5 kHz RX: 2187.5 kHz

 
 

2

TX: 2177.0 kHz RX: 2177.0 kHz

 

-

3

TX: 500.0 KHz RX: 518.0 KHz

 
 

4

TX: 2189.5 kHz RX: 2189.5 kHz

 

12 S

 

3.333

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20:17:11

20:17:19

00:08

5.006

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You are approaching the port entrance. What do these lights mean? + 1 A vessel
You are approaching the port entrance. What do these lights mean?
+
1
A
vessel may proceed only when she has received specific orders to do so.
2
Vessels may proceed - two-way traffic.
3
A
vessel may proceed only when she has received specific orders to do so, except that vessels which can safely navigate outside the main
channel need not comply with this message
4
Vessels may proceed - one-way traffic.

13 S

 

-1.665

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00:08

5.055

 
   
 

On the figure there are four (4) possible definitions of the term QUAY given. Which one is the correct one?

 
 

1

Quay is given by C on the figure

 
 

2

Quay is given by A on the figure

 

-

3

Quay is given by B on the figure

 
 

4

Quay is given by D on the figure

 

14 S

 

-1.665

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20:17:27

20:17:51

00:24

21.734

 

Onboard the following message is received on the DSC controller: DOO: 245329000 CH16 ; S distress ack 244123000

 
 

1

245329000

 

-

2

None of the given

 
 

3

002453290

 
 

4

244123000

 

15 S

 

3.333

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00:17

14.26

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The figure shows a cross section through a ship floating in water, with the hull

The figure shows a cross section through a ship floating in water, with the hull in red and the seabed below the ship shaded. On the figure there are four (4) possible definitions of the term FREEBOARD given. Which one is the correct one?

 

1

Freeboard is given by B on the figure

 

2

Freeboard is given by A on the figure

 

3

Freeboard is given by C on the figure

+

4

Freeboard is given by D on the figure

16 S

 

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ow is a EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon) activated?

 
 

1

Most EPIRBs must be manually switched on

 
 

2

Most EPIRBs are automatically activated when they enter the water

 
 

3

Most EPIRBs are remotely activated from the ship

 
 

4

The EPIRB is always transmitting and does not need to be activated

 

17 S

 

-1.665

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20:18:22

20:18:47

00:25

22.099

 

On area A3 the function Transmission and reception of signals for locating is mainly based on:

 

-

1

the use of SARSAT COSPAS Epirbs

 
 

2

the use of SART transponders

 
 

3

the use of HF DSC

 
 

4

the use of MF DSC

 

18 S

 

0.000

0

20:18:47

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0

 

What kind of safety clothing should be worn during a mooring operation?

 
 

1

Gloves and helmet.

 
 

2

Safety shoes and boiler suit.

 
 

3

No particular safety clothes are required.

 
 

4

Helmet, safety shoes, gloves and protective clothes

 

19 S

 

3.333

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20:18:52

20:19:10

00:18

15.329

 

On area A4 the function Transmission and reception of on scene communications is mainly based on:

 

+

1

the use of MF and/or VHF R/T

 
 

2

the use of SARSAT COSPAS Epirb

 
 

3

the use of MF and/or HF R/T

 
 

4

the use of HF DSC

 

20 S

 

0.000

0

20:19:10

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0

 

All designated SAR aircraft and civil aircraft carry equipment operating on the international aeronautical distress frequencies (amplitude modulation). The aeronautical distress frequencies are?

   

1 243.1

MHz and/or 486.2 MHz

   

2 127.8

MHz and/or 349.6 MHz

   

3 121.5

MHz and/or 243.0 MHz

   

4 123.8

MHz and/or 247.6 MHz

21 S

 

-1.665

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20:19:44

20:22:27

02:43

6.628

 

If you are the helmsman on duty, what would be the correct action if the OOW (officer on watch) gives you the order to: Change over from Automatic pilot to Hand steering. :

 
 

1

Apply the controls to disconnect the Automatic pilot and engage hand steering. Start steering the vessel using the wheel and confirm with the OOW the change-over is complete and the course you are to steer

 
 

-

2

Ask the OOW what course you are to steer and standby the wheel. Tell the OOW you are ready for changing over

 
 

3

Standby the wheel and wait for the OOW to apply the appropriate controls to change from Automatic pilot to

 
 

4

Apply the appropriate controls to disconnect the Automatic pilot and engage hand steering. Start manually steering the same course as was being steered by the automatic pilot

 
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22 S

 

0.000

0

20:21:16

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On area A1 the function Transmission of ship to shore distress alerts is mainly based on:

 
 

1

The use of VHF DSC

 
 

2

The use of portable VHF

 
 

3

The use of HF DSC

 
 

4

The use of SART transponders

 

23 S

 

0.000

0

20:22:34

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What will you do if you are helmsman and the OOW (officer on watch) gives you the order: Port 20 and after a while the order: Ease to 10?

 
 

1

Change the compass course to a new heading which is 20 degrees to port of original heading and then after the second command reduce

 

it

to only 10 degrees to port of original heading

 
   

2

Apply 20 degrees of rudder towards port and then after the second command reduce the wheel to 10 degrees of helm

 
 

3

Apply the wheel to alter the course 20 degrees to port and then after the second command change the heading a further 10 degrees

 
 
   

4

Turn the wheel until the rate of swing of the ship is 20 degrees per minute and then after the second order, reduce the wheel to make it swing at only 10 degrees per minute

 
 

24 S

 

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On the figure there are four (4) possible directions shown by the arrowed lines. Which one would correctly shows the direction understood by the term AFTER SPRING?

 
 

1

After spring is defined as D on the figure

 
 

2

After spring is defined as A on the figure

 
 

3

After spring is defined as C on the figure

 
 

4

After spring is defined as B on the figure

 

25 S

 

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0

20:22:49

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0

 

What is the correct understanding of the term FAIRLEAD?

 
 

1

A

fairlead is the hole through the deck where the anchor chain passes into the chain locker

 
 

2

The access point where mooring lines are lead when making fast to the shore.

 
 

3

A fairlead is the hole through the ships side through which the anchor chain passes.

 
 

4

A fairlead is the direction that a mooring rope makes from the ship when made fast to the shore

 

26 S

 

0.000

0

20:24:21

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0

 

When could there be a demonstration of how to start a lifeboat engine?

 
 

1

There is an instruction card inside the lifeboat showing how to start the engine.

 
 

2

A

demonstration is not necessary, because there are a limited number of persons who given the

 
 

responsibility for starting the lifeboat engine

 
   

3

Starting the lifeboat engine is very easy and there does not need to be any demonstration

 
 

4

A

demonstration could be arranged during a lifeboat drill

 

27 S

 

0.000

0

20:24:38

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0

 

Via a coast-station radio medical advice is asked using NBDP. What command has to be given after ga +?

 
   

1 med +

 
   

2 38 +

 
   

3 pan +

 
   

4 pan +medical

 

28 S

 

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20:24:50

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On area A2 the function Transmission of ship to shore distress alerts is mainly based on:

 
 

1

The use of SARSAT COSPAS Epirbs

 
 

2

The use of VHF DSC

 
 

3

The use of MF DSC

 
 

4

The use of INMARSAT Epirbs

 
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29 S

 

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Your vessel is not in distress and not taking part in a distress operation. How would you impose radio silence on vessels which are interfering the distress traffic?

 
   

1 Seelonce Securite

 
   

2 Seelonce Mayday

 
   

3 Seelonce Distress

 
   

4 Seelonce Pan

 

30 S

 

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To receive distress alerting and MSI via an Inmarsat-C set vessels must have:

 
 

1

SES or an EGC receiver

 
 

2

MF/HF radio telex scanner with printer

 
 

3

A radio officer on board

 
 

4

Suitable for 518 kHz NAVTEX receiver