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PLAN A VOYAGE AND CONDUCT NAVIGATION

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PLAN A VOYAGE AND CONDUCT NAVIGATION

 

  1. Publications containing information on Naval Control of Shipping (NCS) in times of emergency or war are ? 117, Radio Navigational Aids
  2. In determining the characteristics of the lamp which is the main light or an offshore buoy when passing at night, what is? Any of the above can be used to identify the light
  3. While preparing to take a crane from Balikpapan to China. The rules require that you have on board, available for reference and use, all of the following except ? Sailing Directions (Enroute)
  4. How often is it recommended that a position fix is taken during a sea voyage if the ship is in open waters ? At least every 30 minutes
  5. Which one of the following land marks on the coast line must be depicted on hydrographic maps ? All the above
  6. A guide for the Master when entering narrow channel in the form of 2 parallel poles on sore is called : Leading lines
  7. In which publication can information on VTS be found? ALRS
  8. You are planning to enter an unfamiliar port. Which publication provides information about channel depths, danger, obstruction, anchorages and marine facilities available in that port Guide to port entry
  9. Which of these factors does bearing resolution depend on ? – PRF
  10. What are such areas known as target detection ranges are considerably reduce due to shipboard structures like the Samson posts etc ? –  Blind sectors
  11. Region B in the IALA-A Buoy System includes the following countries except? Australia
  12. Where should notices be posted when work is being carried out on aerials/sound signaling apparatus : Cargo Office
  13. Operational checks on navigational equipment should be carried out when ? When preparing for sea and prior port entry
  14. The most critical aspects to consider when deciding which path to drive. When planning a voyage crossing large oceans is ?

The anticipated weather and the need for weather routing. The distances gained by  sailing by  great circle. The ship’s draught and the loadline limits

  1. According to rule 13 of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at sea, what is the definition of “an overtaking vessel”? When coming up with another vessel from a direction more than 22.5 degrees abaft her beam
  2. When the barometric reading shows little or no change over a twelve hour period, indicate that ? That present weather conditions will continue
  3. In the watchkeeping, doubts arise about the operation of the radar, what needs to be done to check is ? A radar range compared to the actual range of a known object can be used to check the operation of the radar
  4. What would be the most probable cause of the error, when using the echo sounder in a river the soundings indicated may be incorrect ? The density of the water
  5. Which of the following factors may not be taken into consideration when planning a passage in coastal waters? Choice of ocean route
  6. The stages in the voyage design where the 2nd officer makes the course and calculates the distance to go at the stage : Planning
  7. You underway along the narrow channel in front of another ship, the two of them headed for the harbor. You hear 2 long blast following 2 short blast form ship behind you. What does it mean? –  I intend to overtake you on your port side
  8. Factors that determine the size of the squat is……. Except

Sailing on channel or at sea

  1. Approaching a bend in the narrow shipping lane, you can’t see the other side because there’s a big hill. What sound signal will you make to the blocking hill? One prolonged blast
  2. Take a fixed position during sea voyage if the ship is in open water must be done every ? At least every 30 minutes
  3. When the range of a ship in decreasing and its bearing remains constant. The ships are on : Collision courses
  4. Data HW and LW from ATT as follows

November

10 02.40 3.4 F

07.58 0.8

14.03 4.0

20.15 0.7

Water level approaching 12.00 0’clock is :  2.92 M

  1. Your chart indicates that there is an isolated rock and names the rock using vertical letters. This indicates the : Rock is dry at high water
  2. Factors that must be considered in determining the size of the Margin of Safety, except Water depth
  3. A route intended for the separation of opposite flows or traffic by forming a traffic lane is called? Traffic separation scheme
  4. In which voyage, between two points, is the rhumb line distance NOT approximately the same as the great circle distance?

The two points are in high latitudes in the same hemisphere

  1. Determination of the closest approach point (CPA) of contact on a relative motion radar after ? after the contact has been marked at least twice
  2. Responsible to ensure that bridge watch manning levels are at all times safe for the prevailing circumstances and conditions are ? -OOW
  3. Conduct of vessels in sight of one another is regulated in COLREG in part? Section II of part B P2TL
  4. You are enroute to assist vessel. Vessel A is underway at 4.5 knots on course 233°T and bears 264°T at 68 miles from you. What is the course to steer at 13 knots to intercept vessel A? – 256°
  5. The distance covered by a ship on five successive days were 325, 315, 305 and 325 nautical miles respectively. Find the average daily run speed if each day is 24 hours long 315 naut. Miles
  6. Warnings about serious defects or important changes to navigation aids are broadcast via ? – Marine broadcast Notice to Mariners
  7. To warn the observer if any distinguishable target closes to a range or transits a zone chosen by the observer, it is used? – Cpa warnings
  8. You expect to sight land at 2100 where an alteration of course is marked on the chart. By 2120 no land has been sighted. The visibility is very goo. What action would you take? Call Master
  9. If possible, when choosing objects for position fixing by radar ranges you should, to avoid Small isolated features
  10. You are asked to find if a particular port you are expected to visit has an Indian Embassy. Which of these publications would you consult? – Guide to Port Entry
  11. In which source could you find the number of a chart for a certain geographic area?  Catalog of Charts
  12. The period at high or low tide during which there is no change in the height of the water called the – Stand of the tide
  13. The person on board the ship who is asked to consult when making a passage plan is ?

Master

  1. A white buoy with an orange cross within a diamond marked on it indicates – Danger
  2. The drift and set of tidal, river, and ocean currents refer to the speed and direction toward which the current flows
  3. What is the main purpose of VTS?

Increase the safety of all ships and the protection of the environment in the vicinity

  1. ECDIS must be able to perform all of the following EXCEPT determine magnetic compass deviation
  2. Section I part B COLREG discusses ? – Action of the ship in every condition of sight
  3. Is anchoring permitted in a narrow channel?

It should be avoided if the circumstances of the case admit.

  1. You are informed of defects or changes in aids to navigation by All of the above
  2. Which statement about radio navigational warnings is TRUE?

The topics for warnings included in HYDROLANTS, HYDROPACS, and NAVAREA warnings are the same

  1. Which statement about Radio Navigational Warning Broadcasts is TRUE?
Radio navigational warnings issued by NGA (NIMA) are published in the Daily Memorandum
and the Notice to Mariners.  
  1. To which traffic separation schemes does Rule 10 apply?

Those adopted by the International Maritime Organization

  1. Of the vessels listed, which must keep out of the way of all the others? A vessel on pilotage duty
  2. Your ship received a HYDROLANT advising of a special warning to mariners from the Department of State for ships in the Persian Gulf. You are 400 miles south of, and bound for, the Persian Gulf. What action should you take? Send an AMVER report and acknowledge receipt of the warning
  3. A vessel shall so far is practicable, avoid crossing traffic separation lanes. But if obliged to do so shall cross the general direction of traffic flow    On a h eading as nearly as practicable at right angles
  4. What publication contains information about the port facilities and passage entry to port? -The world port index
  5. Is it necessary to construct a passage plan, (or voyage plan), for transiting a canal or river, when under pilot? A passage plan is always required, irrespective of the length of the voyage, or if the ship is under pilot
  6. All temporary and preliminary notices which are currently in force are published in the Annual Summary of Notices to the mariners
  7. When must a passage plan be prepared : Before the voyage commences
  8. If the radar scanner of one ship is at the same height as the cargo deck of the other during transfer operations, which type of radar would pose a greater danger of the induced ignition ? –  Both a 10 cm and 3 cm radar
  9. When making landfall at night, you can determine if a light is a major light or an offshore buoy by : checking the period and characteristics against the Light List
  10. Which nautical charts are intended for coastwise navigation outside of outlying reefs and shoals ? – General charts
  11. In a traffic separation scheme, when joining a traffic lane from the side, a vessel shall do so : –  at as small an angle as possible
  12. What does not contribute to the commercial GPS receiver position error? Ship’s Speed
  13. Which statement concerning GPS is TRUE? It may be suspended without warning
  14. You are in charge of a 250-meter freight vessel constrained by her draft proceeding down a narrow channel. There is a vessel engaged in fishing on your starboard bow half a mile away. According to Rule 9, which statement is TRUE?

If you are in doubt as to the fishing vessel’s intentions you may sound at least five short and rapid blasts on the whistle

  1. In which voyage, between two points, is the rhumb line distance NOT approximately the same as the great circle distance?

The two points are in high latitudes in the same hemisphere

  1. Mariners are FIRST warned of serious defects or important changes to aids to navigation by means of –  marine broadcast Notice to Mariners
  2. You are preparing to take a tow from San Diego to Portland, OR. Good seamanship would require that you have on board, available for reference and use, all of the following EXCEPT the – Sailing Directions (Enroute)
  3. Your vessel is to leave a crowded anchorage making a 180 degrees turn. The ship has a right-handed propeller and there is equal space either side of the ship (as illustrated). What would be the most suitable method to make the turn using as little space as possible? Rudder hard to port, full astern. After gaining some sternway, rudder hard to starboard and full ahead
  4. The velocity of the current in large coastal harbors is: predicted in Tidal Current Tables
  5. The path that a vessel is expected to follow, represented on a chart by a line drawn from the point of departure to the point of arrival, is the – track line
  6. When using the ARPA in heavy rain, which action should you take?.

Navigate as though the effective range of the radar has been reduced

  1. If there is any doubt as to the proper operation of a radar, which statement is TRUE?

A radar range compared to the actual range of a known object can be used to check the operation of the radar

  1. Chart correction information is NOT disseminated through the : Chart Correction Card
  2. Which would you consult for information about the general current circulation in the North Atlantic Ocean? – Pilot Chart
  3. A vessel using a traffic separation scheme is forbidden to proceed through an inappropriate traffic lane
  4. On a chart, the characteristic of the light on a lighthouse is shown as flashing white with a red sector. The red sector –  Indicates a danger area
  5. You are a Senior Officer of the Watch on vessel “”A”” and are passing through the Straits of Gibraltar. The vessel’s speed is 18 knots and your vessel is overtaking several other vessels, when the visibility reduces down to about 2 nm. What aspects would you consider when establishing a “”safe speed”” for your vessel? Deciding safe speed consider: 2 miles visibility; traffic density; manoeuvrability of vessel; effectiveness of navigational equipment (ARPA etc); state of sea and currents and navigational hazards
  6. The Sailing Directions (Enroute) contain information on     – Coastal anchorage
  7. While underway, automatic identification systems (AIS) broadcast all of the following information every 1 to 10 seconds EXCEPT the – ship’s scantlings
  8. reading over a twelve hour period indicates

That present weather conditions will continue

  1. A list of the latest editions of hydrographic publications with the latest supplement is published : – in the Admiralty notices to mariners every quarter
  2. In which country would you expect the channels to be marked with the IALA-B Buoyage System?  Peru
  3. What is TRUE concerning new editions of Light Lists?

New editions are corrected through the date shown on the title page.

  1. The world is divided into NAVAREAS for the dissemination of important marine information. Which NAVAREAS include the Indonesian? – XI
  2. The latest edition of a chart can be found from – The chart catalogue
  3. A cumulative list of notices to mariners are published – Twice
  4. According to the recommendations of International Navigational Congress in 1912, the ratio of length to width at the entrance for cargo vessels is to – 4 and 7.8 to 1
  5. How should a vessel cross a traffic lane when obliged to do so?

On a HEADING as nearly as practical at right angles to the direction of traffic flow

  1. A vessel is steaming in east longitude on January 25 and crosses the International Date Line on an eastbound course at 0900 zone time. What is the date and time at Greenwich when the vessel crosses the line? –  2100, 24 January
  2. Spring tides are tides that : have lows lower than normal and highs higher than normal
  3. Mean high water is the reference plane used for heights above water of land features such as lights
  4. The range of tide is the : difference between the heights of high and low tide
  5. The reference datum used in determining the heights of land features on most charts is Heights above water of land features such as lights
  6. Charted depth is the : Vertical distance from the chart sounding datum to the ocean bottom
  7. The datum from which the predicted heights of tides are reckoned in the tide tables is the same as that used for the charts of the locality
  8. When operated over a muddy bottom, a fathometer may indicate : two depth readings    When the moon is at first quarter or third quarter phase, what type of tides will occur? Neap
  9. A vessel using a traffic separation scheme shall

Avoid anchoring in areas near the termination of the scheme

  1. How often is the performance check of a Voyage Data Recorder by a competent person required under SOLAS? – Annually
  2. Which statement is TRUE concerning the Inland Navigation Rules?

They list requirements for Traffic Separation Schemes.

  1. During the survey of Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) equipment, which document must be available to the surveyor to demonstrate compliance with SOLAS? A report giving the result of the Conformance Test issued by an Approved Service Provider on behalf of the flag
  2. When using a Lambert conformal chart in high latitudes, angles such as bearings are measured in reference to : the meridian through the ship’s position
  3. Where will you find information about the duration of slack water? Tidal Current Tables
  4. Your dead reckoning position should be plotted at least every hour on the hour in the open waters of the sea
  5. Which statement about a simple conic chart projection is TRUE?

The scale is correct along any meridian.

  1. As your vessel is heading southward along the east coast of the United States, you encounter a buoy showing a red flashing light. How should you pass this buoy?

Leave it to your starboard

  1. Which chart projection would be most suitable for marine surveying : Polyconic
  2. The depth of water on a chart is indicated as 23 meters. This is equal to: 6 fathoms
  3. To make sure of getting the full advantage of a favorable current, you should reach an entrance or strait at what time in relation to the predicted time of the favorable current? 30 minutes before the predicted time
  4. The class of tide that prevails in the greatest number of important harbors on the Atlantic Coast is ? – Semidiurnal
  5. An important lunar cycle affecting the tidal cycle is called the nodal period. How long is this cycle? – 19 years
  6. Which statement is TRUE concerning apogean tides?

They have a decreased range from normal.

  1. Priming of the tides occurs  when the Moon is between new and first quarter and between full and third quarter
  2. Region grooves traffic for ships does range TSS Traffic in shore’s lines, traffic corresponds to that region is – Traffic Areas
  3. All bridge member shall attended if there is available changing to passage plan Plan Changes
  4. Route with prescribed bounds where ships shall get navigations with extra caution is Precautionary area
  5. Which stages following Apraisal stage of passage: Planning, execution and monitoring
  6. Area which may not navigate to get bearing with depth and danger of navigation is No Go area
  7. Area which shall be avoided by all ships or for ship by clasification indeed is Area To Be Avoid
  8. Under the IALA – A Buoyage System, a buoy used as a port hand mark would not show which light characteristic? Group Flashing (2 + 1)
  9. When possible, a DR plot should always be started from where? A Known Position The scale on a chart is given as 1:5,000,000. This means that

1 inch is equal to 5,000,000 inches on the Earth’s surface

  1. A ship is in longitude 54°00’W on a true course of 270°. The ship’s clocks are on the proper time zone. At what longitude should the clocks be changed to maintain the proper zone time? – 67°30’W
  2. Safe water buoys may show ONLY : white lights
  3. The description “Racon” beside an illustration on a chart would mean :

radar transponder beacon

  1. You are entering port and have been instructed to anchor, as your berth is not yet available. You are on a SW’ly heading, preparing to drop anchor, when you observe the range lights as shown on your starboard beam. You should ensure your ship will NOT block the channel or obstruct the range while at anchor
  2. On March 17, at 0500 zone time, you cross the 180th meridian steaming eastward to west longitude. What is your local time? It is 0500, March 16.
  3. The shoreline on charts generally represents the mean : High water line
  4. A position obtained by crossing lines of position taken at different times and advanced to a common time is a(n) : Running Fix
  5. A buoy marking a wreck will show a(n) : white light FL (2) and a topmark of 2 black spheres
  6. A coastal passage or voyage plan should indicate the appropriate methods of determining positions and include which of the following? All of these suggested answers
  7. When handing over the con of a vessel to a pilot, should the Master insist in discussing the passage plan with the pilot while he is there to use his local knowledge and advice on the navigation of the ship?

A passage plan should be discussed between the Master and pilot, when under pilotage in the same way as discussed with the bridge team when deep sea

  1. What is the crucial aspect in executing a voyage in a safe and efficient way?

An effective detailed passage plan fully understood and followed by a competent bridge team.

  1. Can voyage planning be executed on ECDIS? – Yes
  2. Define the required interval between position fixes

Such that the vessel cannot be set appreciable off course, or into danger by the effects of wind, tide or current

  1. When we will prepare the voyage planning. What next after appraisal stage ? Planning
  2. Publishes the chart catalogue by? – Hydrographer to the navy
  3. A safe water mark may be – All answers are correct
  4. If forced to abort the voyage then the actions taken are – All anserws are correct
  5. What is the signal from a racon : Enables the beacon to be identified
  6. On a hydrographic map, the following feature is shown: All answers are correct  How often should anchor bearings be taken, while as vessel is at anchorage ? At least every hour
  7. chart should be used when navigating is ?

the largest scale chart onboard  for the area which is properly corrected

  1. Things that are categorized as critical navigation are – All answers are correct
  2. When deciding upon the route, the following factors are amongst those that should be taken into account, except :

Available of navigation equipment and the navigator ‘s ability to navigate

  1. What is the function of a corner reflector : detects the target below the radar horizon
  2. The semi-circle that is dangerous for trapped ship and difficult to escape from tropical storm is : Cyclone area
  3. In radiotelephone communication, the prefix PAN-PAN indicates that

A calling station has an urgent message about the safety of a person

  1. Distance along a track line is measured on a mercator chart by using the

Latitude scale near the middle of the track line 154. What should a passage plan include ?

The plan should include the entire voyage from berth to berth

  1. The positions of the ship provided by the GPS should always be confirmed byother means, when possible. Which of the following suggested methods would be the most accurate?

The ranges of three distinctive shore objects on the radar

  1. What is important to check when transfering a position from the GPS output to a paper chart? Any necessary corrections are applied to convert between the GPS datum and the chart datum
  2. A vessel’s position should be plotted using bearings of Fix known object on shore
  3. Which publication would describe the explosive anchorages in the ports on the east coast of the United States? Coast pilot
  4. Supplements to Sailing Directions are issued at intervals of approximately : 12 Month

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