Answer: Machinery and boilers out of operation due to lack of electric power
Answer: Dairy products
Answer: Sierra, Alfa, Tango, Charlie, Oscar, Mike
Answer: Use a proper torch
Answer: It depends on wear and tear, but approximately every 12 – 18 month.
Answer: Blocked condenser.
Answer: Any of the listed alternatives.
Answer: Transmitter and receiver to be tested with intervals of not more than one month
Answer: The hazards of exposure and the need for warm clothing
Answer: Rotary positive displacement (mono type).
Answer: All of the listed alternatives.
Answer: Too little gas in the system.
Answer: To assist in the efficient and safe watchkeeping.
Answer: The Master
Answer: Multipurpose powder
Answer: Crude oil and refined products.
Answer: All prescribed life-saving appliances shall be made of non-combustible or fire retardant material
Answer: Bandpass filter
Answer: She will most likely sheer to starboard and gradually lose headway
Answer: Do not reply to any questions from outside parties, except the Solicitor appointed by your company.
Answer: On Scene Commander
Answer: 0,5 l if the de-salting apparatus is capable of producing this quantity in 2 days
Answer: handholds or a buoyant lifeline becketed around the outside, except in the vicinity of the rudder and propeller
Answer: two buoyant smoke signals
Answer: operation of davits used for launching liferafts
Answer: vessels of a certain shipping-company
Answer: Saturated hydrocarbons are colourless and odourless liquids and they are chemically non-reactive
Answer: Same number as beds in the cabin
Answer: Stop the purifier immediately. Check the bowl for heavy side, deposits, bearings, housing, and the spindle for damage.
Answer: lifebuoy with light and smoke
Answer: Alkanes has only single bond between the atoms
Answer: The Operator should immediately set continuous watch on the radiotelephone frequency that is associated with frequency band on which the distress alert was received.
Answer: Make two round turns fast on the leading bitt and then figure of eight on both bitts, fig. 4
Answer: One hose for each 30 meter length of ship plus one spare. Hoses for engine and boiler room in addition
Answer: Make sure that the compartment has been evacuated
Answer: lower liferaft to water
Answer: Entries regarding the seafarer’s service time, vacation days due etc.
Question: Ufortunately, his math class is not___he thought
Answer: as easy as
Answer: A thick rope to tie up the ship
Answer: After the separator shell has warmed up.
Answer: 16 and 28
Answer: The master or owner if the master prevent or fail to do so.
Answer: In Act 3 June 1977 relating to hours of work on board ship, section 1
Question: ugly, handsome, beautiful, pretty
Answer: Measure the specific gravity of the electrolyte
Answer: Regularly, when preparing for sea and entering port
Answer: At least two sets
Answer: Let go starboard anchor 1 – 1,5 shackles
Answer: Landing here is highly dangerous
Answer: To keep constant surveillance of machinery and auxiliary systems.
Answer: Secured via a weak link to a secure part of the ship
Answer: Improve the scaling surface function, increase the service time of the exhaust valve in the engine
Answer: 500 cm
Answer: S = (A or B) and C
Answer: Minimize corrosion, prevent deposits and scaling, and control of biologic. growth
Answer: Aft breast line is defined as B on the figure
Answer: The exhaust gas receiver.
Answer: Vessel should be underway, minimum 7 knots, discharge max 30 litres per nm and be 50 nm from shore. The discharge should take place above the waterline and total oil discharged should not be more than 1/30000 of total cargo.
Answer: be constructed of inherently buoyant material
Answer: the condition and results of tests of the main radiotelegraph installation
Answer: There is two types of membrane tank systems, Membrane system and semi-membrane system
Answer: Reduce the service interval.
Answer: Upper Flammable Level / Lower Flammable Level of explosive atmosphere?
Answer: the frequency used
Answer: Fuel pump timing changed.
Answer: a traffic list with the call-sign of the ships involved in alphabetical numerical sequence
Answer: Trying to ignite burner from hot brickwork
Answer: Quebec, Uniform, India, Charlie, Kilo
Answer: The water level
Answer: 500 kHz
Answer: The smallest diameter piston is the stage two piston
Answer: The bow will be pushed away from the bank
Answer: The water can be applied in a fine spray starting from the front in a sweeping motion.
Answer: one rustproof graduated drinking vessel
Answer: All life-buoys shall be placed in holders with quick-release arrangement
Answer: A ship receiving this call must set watch on channel 16
Answer: 1 VHF RT + DSC+ DSC watch receiver – 1 or 2 SART – 1 NAVTEX or 1 EGC receiver- 2 or 3 VHF portable – 1 EPIRB
Answer: A command as dirtlx…+ can be given
Answer: To keep the lifeboat steady against the sea/wind
Answer: a buoyant bailer
Answer: by cooling, smothering, combustible suppression, inhibition
Answer: Blocking inductive kick from the solenoid
Answer: The Master has no obligations to assist in towing a vessel
Answer: Raise the feed water temperature.
Answer: No welding or hot work on board ships carrying cargo with flashpoint below 60° C must take place in the tank area before the cargo has been discharged and gas freeing carried out.
Answer: Maximum volume percent oxygen must not exceed 5 percent
Answer: Indirect cargo cooling plant is utilised on cargoes that can not be compressed or be expelled for high temperature
Answer: Open, when pressure in the boiler is in excess of normal working pressure.
Question: Ullage is the distance from the underside of the
Answer: the liquid surface
Question: Ullage is the term used to describe___
Answer: the vertical space above a li
Answer: channels 06, 08, 72, et 77
Answer: All winches be left with the manual brake on and gear out
Answer: No specific word will precede a routine message
Answer: a boarding ladder that can be used at any entrance for persons in the water
Question: umbrella, trousers, jacket, shirt
Answer: Foam monitor gun
Answer: not later than 1 month
Answer: Figure 1
Answer: TX: 2189.5 kHzRX: 2177.0 kHz
Answer: which officers are assigned to ensure that life-saving and fire-fighting appliances are maintained in good condition
Answer: As shown in figure 1.
Question: Unconscious casualties who are breathing and who
Answer: This position ensures that an
Answer: Identify the hazards, quantify the risks, put control measures in place, monitor the work activity and review
Question: Under certain conditions some bacteria can produ
Answer: Spores can survive high tempe
Question: Under ISM, any responsibility imposed on the Com
Answer: remains the responsibility of
Question: Under ISM, can a company contract with third par
Answer: Yes, it is allowed.
Question: Under ISM, during assessment for issue and compl
Answer: all activities concerning the
Question: Under ISM, how could it be assessed whether or n
Answer: Through interviewing officers
Question: Under ISM, if the Company has subcontracting arr
Answer: Only one DOC can be issued to
Question: Under ISM, is shipboard presence required by the
Answer: As may be necessary
Question: Under ISM, the company should define and documen
Answer: By charts and/or job descript
Question: Under ISM, the Company should establish___to des
Answer: a safety and environmental po
Question: Under ISM, the holder of the DOC or Document of
Answer: has assumed responsibility fo
Question: Under ISM, the Master must implement the Company
Answer: By Standing Orders, Bridge ni
Question: Under ISM, the overriding authority of the Maste
Answer: in both normal and extreme ci
Question: Under ISM, the responsibility and authority of t
Answer: monitoring the safety and pol
Question: Under ISM, what is the role of the Designated Pe
Answer: To ensure the safe operation
Question: Under ISM, what kind of support is to be provide
Answer: Adequate resources and shore
Question: Under ISM, what methods should be used to motiva
Answer: Ensure that the crew understa
Question: Under ISM, what qualifications are required by t
Answer: Appropriate knowledge and exp
Question: Under ISM, which methods can the Master use to i
Answer: As defined and documented by
Question: Under ISM, who is responsible for implementing t
Answer: The Master
Question: Under ISO standard 3941 (used mostly in Europe),
Answer: Class A.
Question: Under Marpol, any ship of 10,000 tons gross and
Question: Under Marpol, can a chemical tanker be considere
Answer: Yes, when it is carrying a ca
Question: Under Marpol, can a ship carry oil in the fore p
Answer: No, not on any vessel
Question: Under Marpol, do the requirements of Oil Retenti
Answer: No, retention of residues on
Question: Under Marpol, slop tanks shall have the capacity
Question: Under Marpol, the IOPP certificate of any ship m
Answer: a record of construction and
Question: Under normal conditions, how is the superheated
Answer: By diverting part of the flow
Question: Under normal running conditions, what pressure i
Answer: Under slight overpressure.
Question: Under OPA 90 , Group 1 oils are___
Answer: non-persistent oils.
Question: Under OPA 90 a level "A" Oil Spill Removal Organ
Answer: the lowest recovery capabilit
Question: Under OPA 90 regulations, actuation of Tier I re
Answer: immediately, in any case not
Question: Under OPA 90 regulations, each part of the cargo
Answer: with a blank flange.
Question: Under OPA 90 regulations, oils have been divided
Question: Under OPA 90 shipboard pollution containers shou
Question: Under OPA 90, a tank vessel owner or operator mu
Answer: oil spill clean-up contractor
Question: Under OPA 90, a Worst Case Scenario" includes th
Answer: adverse weather.
Question: Under OPA 90, all verbal reports regarding an oi
Answer: up in writing to facilitate c
Question: Under OPA 90, application of Oil Dispersants to
Answer: have official approval and be
Question: Under OPA 90, concerning the activation of the O
Answer: The shore management is able
Question: Under OPA 90, due diligence describes___
Answer: All of the other options
Question: Under OPA 90, the Incident Command System is___
Answer: the method used to implement
Question: Under OPA 90, the intentional discharge of 10,00
Answer: willful misconduct.
Question: Under OPA 90, the Logistics Section of the Incid
Answer: communication, medical and fo
Question: Under OPA 90, the penalty for failure to immedia
Answer: a fine of not more than U.S $
Question: Under OPA 90, the term "OSRO " means___"
Answer: Oil Spill Response Organisati
Question: Under OPA 90, the term 'Qualified Individual' me
Answer: An English speaking person av
Question: Under OPA 90, when reporting an oil spill to the
Answer: the nearest U.S. ?Coast Guard
Question: Under OPA.90, salvage, fire fighting and lighter
Answer: be contractually pre-arranged
Question: Under Rule 19, if you get into a close quarters
Answer: navigate with caution until d
Question: Under Rule 5; the radar should be used for keepi
Answer: whenever it may help
Question: Under Rule 7, proper use of radar to determine r
Answer: radar plotting or equivalent
Question: Under SMS, sufficient instructions in a suitable
Answer: By witnessing an exercise.
Question: Under soundings marked on the chart, the nature
Question: Under STCW regulations, what must each new crew
Answer: Be familiar with safety proce
Question: Under the ISM code the Company must ensure that
Answer: known and maintained at all l
Question: Under the ISM code, what is meant by a non-confo
Answer: A situation which indicates t
Question: Under the ISM Code, what is understood by the Sh
Answer: Could be any of the other opt
Question: Under the SMS, as part of shipboard responsibili
Answer: machinery, ships equipment an
Question: Under the SOLAS regulations most ships have to c
Answer: Five minutes
Question: Under the SOLAS regulations, how often must each
Question: Under what circumstance may untreated bilges be
Answer: Only in a case of emergency.
Question: Under what condition is the scavenge air cooled
Answer: Constant pressure (Isobaric c
Question: Under what engine conditions are indicator cards
Answer: At normal full load.
Question: Under which conditions are fore peak tanks, afte
Answer: Provided they are to be conne
Question: Uneven flame distribution during combustion in t
Answer: flame impingement.
Answer: a frequency
Answer: You are seen – assistance will be given as soon as possible
Question: unite, divide, split, separate
Answer: 8 minutes
Answer: A material that neither burns nor emits flammable fumes in such a quantity as to experience ignition, when the temperature rises to 750 ?C
Answer: Bunkering of bulk lubricating oil.
Answer: To individual employment agreements for service on NIS ships
Answer: The appointed lifeboat commander.
Answer: 2.0 bar
Answer: To prove that the vessel has had the official number and net tonnage marked into a main beam, and that the ship’s name has been marked on both bows and on the stern and the port of choice marked on the stern.
Answer: Starboard bow is given by A on the figure
Answer: 5 litres / m2/ min
Answer: Start air supply
Answer: Very High Frequency
Answer: Capstan is given by A on the figure
Answer: 8414.5 kHz and on at least one of the following DSC frequencies: 4207.5 kHz, 6312.0 kHz, 12577.0 kHz or 16804.5 kHz
Answer: In the Fire and Safety instruction manual
Answer: All passengers that will require some form for assistance in case of evacuation, etc. must be registered, so there can be sent crew to assist them if needed.
Question: Upon what cycle is the modern diesel engine base
Answer: Dual combustion.
Question: Upon what is the movement of the rudder dependan
Answer: "On the distance the command
Answer: the detonating gas can be discharged
Answer: secure all burners
Answer: Too much lub oil in one or more cylinders.
Answer: the use of SART transponders
Answer: Seagoing service
Answer: The transmitting mode is not compatible with the chosen frequency
Answer: You will get harmed by the fumes before you are able to smell it.
Answer: They may require him to make a safety inspection and report his findings
Answer: 8 hours a day?
Answer: It adheres to the boiler tubes and reduce the heat transfer. It combines with solids to produce sticky deposits.
Answer: Start an additional auxiliary engine
Answer: The Norwegian Maritime Directorate
Answer: SILENCING DISTRESS followed by the silencing station’s call-sign
Answer: Forecastle head, manifolds, maindeck?
Answer: A large temperature drop across the drier.
Answer: Heavy seas from behind
Answer: Every lifebuoy shall be constructed of inherently buoyant material or have sufficient air compartment for buoyancy
Answer: Exhaust gas leaking into the oil chamber
Answer: 20.000 tons
Answer: adjust the noise threshold of the mariphone receiver
Answer: he intercom to inform crew and passengers of the reason for the alarm.
Question: Use breathing apparatus in the holds.
Question: Use light signals for communication.
Question: Using Fleming's Right Hand Rule what does the th
Answer: Direction of movement of the
Question: Using lead/acid batteries what is the minimum nu
Question: Using relative motion display mode, a plot of su
Answer: it's closest point of approac
Question: Using spoken radio communication, what is the co
Answer: when floating in the inverted position it can be righted by one person
Answer: with weak incoming signals distortion is reduced
Answer: A certificate issued by the authorities of a state which has acceded to the STCW-Convention
Answer: 85° C
Answer: All the mentioned alternatives.
Answer: Change in output signal divided by change in input signal
Answer: L(S) = 18 H
Answer: November, Alfa, Victor, Tango, Echo, X-ray
Answer: It will be discolored and turn pink.
Answer: Speed governor and voltage regulator
Answer: Lower than -18?C
Answer: differs for each country
Answer: They must wear the protective equipment or clothing supplied when they are carrying out a task for which it is provided and follow appropriate instructs for use
Answer: the two lifebuoys of the quick-release system and at least two other ones, one on each side of the ship
Answer: The passengers get familiar with emergency procedures, life jackets, musterstation. And the crew get training in growd handling.
Answer: All bolts to be in position and tightened?
Answer: Segregated ballast tanker.
Answer: Copy of the fire control plans/folders to be stored in a watertight prominently marked container outside the deck house
Answer: for ship-shore telephone-traffic on the MF/HF bands
Answer: Overhaul the unit to determine faults such as: piston ring blow-by, exhaust valve malfunction, clogged scavenging ports, delayed ignition etc.
Answer: Ulsan, Korea
Answer: Push shore line content to shore tank or compare the ship`s/shore flow measurements.
Answer: Sound three blasts in succession, namely one short, one prolonged and one short blast
Answer: 15 compressions followed by 2 full ventilations.
Answer: International Convention for the Safety of Lives at Sea
Answer: Ventilate the tank and perform procedure for tank entry according to company manual, then fit the portable machines.
Answer: lifebuoy with light and smoke
Answer: Yes, and as listed in the Maritime Act.
Answer: One control book for special medicines, one approved by Norwegian authorities medical book (“International Medical Guide for ships”) and three pamphlets regarding first aid.
Answer: Place the injured part under slowly running cold water for at least 10 minutes, but preferably until the pain is gone. If no water is available, use any cold, harmless liquid.
Answer: 4.5 meters
Answer: Approximately 85% dry.
Answer: Certain sections of the Act 3 June 1977 relating to hours of work on board ship and section 7 of the Act 12 June 1987 relating to NIS