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ORDER FROM REDLIN - 9711/01

MAROPS-NAV
-WATCH-FORM- 06

BP SHIPPING LTD

DECK LOG BOOK


OF THE
S.S.
M.V. ................................................................
from (date) ......................................................
to (date) ..........................................................

9718/01
ORDER FROM REDLIN - 9711/01

DECK LOG BOOK


OF THE

S.S./M.V. _________________________________________
MASTER(S) _________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________
INSTRUCTIONS
The Deck Log Book is an important document in all accident enquiries and all entries must therefore be made with scrupulous accuracy. All entries
are to be made in black ink and all columns within the navigational section must be completed without fail. Mistakes must be crossed through once,
the correct entry made and the alteration initialled. Mistakes in entries, however trivial, must on no account be rubbed or scratched out.
The Master and Chief Officer must sign the log book daily, the Officer of the Watch must sign at the end of each watch period after completing that
watch entries.

Only abbreviations detailed on the inside back page of this log book may be used in the completion of the log book.

When completed, this log book must on no account be destroyed, but retained safely on board for the life of the vessel, unless called
for by BP Shipping Limited Head Office.
REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRIES MADE WHEN ON A SEA PASSAGE REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRIES WHEN VESSEL IS IN PORT
1. Particular attention must be paid to the recording of all engine 1. Pages must contain a complete record of events and operations
movements, sound signals and alterations of course in fog and all other of the ship whilst within port limits. Entries must cover the period
entries which are required by the Company’s Procedures and Instructions. from E.O.P. to F.A.O.P., and may be made across both pages.

2. The three figure notation must be used in entering courses and bearings. 2. All times must be expressed in the 24 hour system of notation
All bearings are to be entered as True Bearings. and must include :
a) E.O.P.
3. The ‘Eng.Revs.’ column must show the telegraph order in force at the b) Passing prominent navigational landmarks.
time, except when there is insufficient space for all manoeuvres to be c) Arrival alongside and departure from the berth.
recorded. In such cases the abbreviations T.M.O. or T.P.A. may be used d) Pilot boarding and disembarking.
and particulars of individual orders must be shown in the Bridge Movement e) Mooring times and configuration.
Book. f) F.A.O.P.
The revolutions corresponding to the various engine orders must be agreed
between the Master and Chief Engineer and entered in the space below. 3. Whilst at anchor, details of check bearings and ranges used to
Those vessels fitted with bridge control units or engine order telegraphs monitor vessel’s position must be entered at frequent intervals.
calibrated in RPM must record all entries in the ENGINES column in RPM.
Should engine speed be varied by adjusting revolutions the entry ‘adjusted 4. The employment of the ship must be clearly shown for each day
T.M.O.’ or ‘to E.R.R.’ should be made in the ENGINES column and the RPM including but not limited to :
together with the time of adjustment in the REMARKS coloumn. a) Loading, Discharging, Ballasting/Deballasting, Bunkering.
The recording of engine movements may be dispensed with if the ship has Drydock, Undergoing Repairs, Boilers or Main Engine Repairs.
a properly functioning engine order recorder, but principal movements Tank Cleaning prior to load/ for repairs/ for drydock or survey.
should still be recorded. Delayed for any reason, Laid up, Floating Storage.
b) Times of commencing and completing individual cargo tanks and
4. Visibility column is to be entered as follows :- grade or name of oil when loading or discharging.
If more than 10 miles 10+ c) Times when cargo and bunker hoses are connected/disconnected.
If less than 10 but more than 2 miles estimate to nearest mile
If less than 2 miles estimate to nearest ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR DAILY EVENTS/OPERATIONS
decimal of mile. Details of all events of which the O.O.W. should be aware must be
recorded in a chronological order as they happen, utilising the full width
5. Whenever clocks are altered, that fact must be entered in the log and a of the page if required. Any significant event or operation, change of
notation of the zone time being kept must be made in the daily noon status of machinery or equipment which is notified to the bridge or
record. In fog the bridge and engine room clocks (or engine order recorder) brought to the attention of the O.O.W. should be recorded. Such entries
are to be compared hourly, but no alteration shall be made. should include but not be limited to :
a) Details of all enclosed space entries, including names/rank of all
personnel involved and relevant times, undertaken under a valid Entry
Permit/Certificate and where the bridge is the area control.
b) Periods of U.M.S. operation and duty engineer.
c) Defects and failures of navigational equipment. A further entry shall
be made when the equipment has been repaired and reinstated to full
working order.
d) Details of isolated equipment, not covered by a permit to work,
whilst maintence and/or repair work is progressed. A further entry shall
be made on completion of work and removal of isolation requirements.
e) Details of any personnel working aloft and/or overside.
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ARRIVAL AND SAILING DETAILS

These details are to be entered arriving at berth (first line ashore) and departing berth (all gone).
DATE DRAUGHT (metres) CARGO BUNKERS BALLAST
DAY HOUR FOR’D AFT MEAN TONNES TONNES TONNES

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0004 ORDER FROM REDLIN - 9711/01
S.S./M.V.
DECK LOG BOOK — NAVIGATIONAL INFORMATION
FROM

HOUR LOG COURSE STEERED GYRO DEV. WIND SEA SWELL BARO. AIR ENG. VIS. LOOKOUTS
ERROR TEMP REVS
STAND GYRO TRUE DIRN FORCE HEIGHT DIRN

0400

0800

1200

1600

2000

2400
OBSERVED / GPS POSITION DISTANCE STEAMING TIME AV. SPEED
NOON CURRENT VAR. ZONE TIME
LATITUDE TOTAL DISTANCE TOTAL ST. TIME G.AV.SPEED
RECORD
LONGITUDE

SEE INSTRUCTIONS AT FRONT OF BOOK. ALL COLUMNS TO BE COMPLETED.


ORDER FROM REDLIN - 9711/01 0004
DATE

TO DAILY EVENTS/OPERATIONS RECORDS


THIS SECTION IS TO BE UTILISED TO RECORD DETAILS OF ALL EVENTS AND OPERATIONS OCCURRING ONBOARD OF WHICH THE OFFICER OF
THE WATCH SHOULD BE AWARE, AND WHICH MAY AFFECT THE SAFETY OF THE SHIP OR PERSONNEL ON BOARD.

CHIEF OFFICER MASTER

SEE INSTRUCTIONS AT FRONT OF BOOK.


0095 ORDER FROM REDLIN - 9711/01

RECORD OF LIFEBOAT DRILLS & MUSTERS


DATE POSITION BOATS TIME REMARKS
SWUNG OUT TAKEN*
LATITUDE LONGITUDE

TIME TAKEN = FROM TIME ORDER IS GIVEN ‘SWING OUT AND LOWER TO DECK LEVEL’ UNTIL BOAT IS RESTOWED AFTER BEING
SWUNG OUT, LOWERED 2 FEET AND THEN RESECURED.

RECORD OF EMERGENCY DRILLS & SAFETY LECTURES


DATE POSITION LOCATION NATURE REMARKS
OF DRILL OF DRILL
LATITUDE LONGITUDE