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SMCP MARINE COMMUNICATION PHRASA FOR HELICOPTER OPERATIONS

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A1/5 Specials 

A1/5.1 Helicopter operations 

(H: = from helicopter V: = from vessel ) 

 1 V: I require a helicopter. 

 ~ to pick up persons. 

 ~ with doctor. 

 ~ with liferaft / … . 

 1.1 MRCC: I will send a helicopter with … . 

 2 H: MV … , I will drop … . 

 3 H: MV … , are you ready for the helicopter? 

 3.1 V: Yes, I am ready for the helicopter. 

 3.2 V: No, I am not ready for the helicopter (yet). 

 3.3 V: Ready for the helicopter in … minutes. 

 4 H: MV … , helicopter is on the way to you. 

 5 H: MV … , what is your position? 

 5.1 V: My position is … . 

 6 H: MV … , what is your present course and speed? 

 6.1 V: My present course is … degrees, speed is … knots. 

 7 H: MV … , make identification signals. 

 8 V: I am making identification signals by smoke (buoy) / search light / flags / signalling lamp / … . 

 9 H: MV … , you are identified. 

 10 H: MV … , what is the relative wind direction in degrees and knots? 

 10.1 V: The relative wind direction is … degrees and … knots. 

 11 H: MV … , keep the wind on port / starboard bow. 

 12 H: MV … , keep the wind on port / starboard quarter. 

 13 H: MV … , indicate the landing / pick-up area. 

 13.1 V: The landing / pick-up area is … . 

 14 H: MV … , can I land on deck? 

 14.1 V: Yes, you can land on deck. 

 14.2 V: No, you cannot land on deck (yet). 

 14.3 V: You can land on deck in … minutes. 

 15 H: MV … , I will use hoist / rescue sling / rescue basket / rescue net / rescue litter / rescue seat / double lift. 

 16 V: I am ready to receive you. 

 17 H: MV … , I am landing. 

 18 H: MV … , I am starting operation. 

 19 H: MV … , do not fix the hoist cable. 

 20 H: MV … , operation finished. 

 21 H: MV … , I am taking off.

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