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SMCP PILOTAGE Communication Phrasa MARITIME ENGLISH

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Pilotage 

A1/4.1 Pilot request 

 See AI/6 – .4.3 “Pilot request” 

A1/4.2 Embarking / disembarking pilot 

 1 Stand by pilot ladder. 
 2 Rig the pilot ladder on port side / starboard side/leeside … metres above water. 
 3 The pilot ladder is rigged on port side / starboard side. 
 4 You must rig another pilot ladder 
 5 The pilot ladder is unsafe. 
 6 What is wrong with the pilot ladder? 
 7.1 The pilot ladder 

 ~ has broken / loose steps. 
 ~ has broken spreaders. 
 ~ has spreaders too short. 
 ~ is too far aft / forward. 

 8 Move the pilot ladder 

 ~ … metres aft / forward. 
 ~ clear of discharge. 

 9 Rig the accommodation ladder in combination with the pilot ladder. 
 10 Rig the pilot ladder alongside hoist. 
 11 Put lights on at the pilot ladder. 
 12 Man ropes are required / not required. 
 13 Have a heaving line ready at the pilot ladder. 
 14 Correct the list of the vessel. 
 15 Make a lee on your port side / starboard side. 
 16 Steer … degrees to make a lee. 
 17 Keep the sea on your port quarter / starboard quarter. 
 .18 Make a boarding speed of … knots. 
 19 Stop engine(s) until pilot boat is clear. 
 20 Put helm hard to port / starboard. 
 21 Alter course to … (cardinal points) – the pilot boat cannot clear the vessel. 
 22 Put engine(s) ahead / astern. 
 23 Embarkation is not possible. 
 23.1 Boarding arrangements do not comply with SOLAS Regulations. 
 23.2 Vessel is not suited for the pilot ladder.

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