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Manning Duties Watchkeeping system

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Description, duties and watches Officers and crew

  • A – Captain (master)
  • B – First mate
  • C – Second mate
  • D – Third mate
  • E – Chief engineer
  • F – Multi-Purpose Officer
  • G – Boatswain (bosun)
  • H – Radio operator
  • I – OS
  • J – ABS
  • K – OOW
  • L – Apprentice office

 

  • 1. – Officer on duty => K
  • 13 – Head of ER- department =>E
  • 2 – Cargo-handling supervision =>B
  • 14 – Stowage plan =>B
  • 3 – Middle watch=>C
  • 15 – First watch =>D
  • 4 – Trainee =>L
  • 16 – Helmsman (man-at-the-wheel) =>J
  • 5 – Safety =>C
  • 17 – General ship maintenance=>E
  • 6 – Afternoon watch =>C
  • 18 – Morning watch =>D
  • 7 – Overall responsibility =>A
  • 19 – integrated officer =>H
  • 8 – Maintenance and overhauling =>E
  • 20 – NAVWNG =>H
  • 9 – Four 2-hour periods =>H
  • 21 – General purpose officer =>F
  • 10 – Head of ratings =>G
  • 22 – Forenoon watch =>D
  • 11 – Navaids o/b =>C
  • 23 – Conning officer =>K
  • 12 – Dogwatches =>B
  • 24 – Inexperienced rating =>I

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