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UPDATE BARU RANGKUMAN SOAL – SOAL UKP GELOMBANG 10 YANG TIDAK KELUAR DI KISI – KISI UKP

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SOAL-SOAL UKP  GELOMBANG 10 YANG TIDAK KELUAR DI KISI – KISI UKP



1.      
Where is the located of West
Wind Drift

a.      
In the South Pacific near 5°S

b.      
In the North Atlantic between
Greenland and Europe

c.      
Near 60°S

d.      
On each side of the Equatorial
Current

e.      
 Oh I don’t know.

 


2.      
Which of the following ARPA
data should you use in order to determine if a close quarter situation will
develop with a target vessel?

a.      
relative
track information

b.      
unrelative track information

c.       predicted time of CPA

d.      
set & drift of the current

e.      
I do not know)



3.      
when radar waves are trapped in
a layer of the atmosphere called a surface radio duct, which of the following
in radar operation?

a.      
increase radar range

b.       radar range would be
unchanged

c.       decrease of radar range

d.      
large loss of
energy to the radio waves

e.      
I do not know



4.      
What is the reason of variation
in a compass ?

a.      
magnetism within the vessel

b.      
lack of oil in the compass
bearings

c.      
worn gears in the compass
housing

d.      
magnetism
from the earth’s magnetic field

e.      
I do not know.



5.      
when you are using a radar in
which your own ship is shown at the center of the screen and de at the top of
the screen, the bearings can be defined by which of the following?

a.      
Relative

b.       True

c.      
Compass

d.      
Magnetic

e.      
I do not know





6.      
What is a sea breeze wind?

a.      
Caused by cold air descending a
coastal incline

b.      
That blows towards the sea at
night

c.      
That blows
towards an island during the day

d.      
Caused by the distant approach
of a hurricane

e.      
I do not know.

 

 

 

7.      
our ship is said to overtake
another ship when?

 

a.      
If you can only see the
sternlight of the other vessel

b.      
If by day you are not certain
whether you are more than two points abaft the beam of the other vessel

c.      
if by night, you are unable to
see either of the other vessel’s sidelights

d.      
If the radar
pilot indicates that your ship is faster

e.      
I do not know




8.      
Correction of refraction is carried
out with?

a.      
Multiple

b.      
Added

c.      
Divided

d.      
Subtracted

e.      
I do not know


9.      
Changes in watch hours often
occur on board the ship Who is responsible for effecting such a change?

a.      
all the other watchkeepers

b.      
navigating officer

c.      
master

d.      
watch keeper
involved

e.      
I Don’t Know



10.  
Expenses incurred by the
insured for the common safely or preservation of the subject matter insured is

a.      
Salvage

b.      
general average contribution

c.      
general average loss

d.      
particular
average loss

e.      
I do not know



11.  
The first element  of a contract , the point where negotiation
usually begins ?

a.      
A consideration is paid

b.      
There must be agreement

c.      
An offer is made

d.      
Must be in
written form

e.      
Saya tidak tahu



12.  
What do you call for the goods
or cargoes jettisoned or thown overboard?

a.      
Lagan

b.      
Jetsam

c.      
all of the above

d.      
flotsam

e.      
I do not know



13.  
Goods cast or lost overboard
from a ship which are recoverable through being eventually washed ashore or
remaining submerged in relatively shallow water is

a.      
Jettison

b.      
Jetsam

c.      
Flotsam

d.      
lagan

e.      
I do not know

 

 

14.  
The act of saving life and
property at sea with the hope of reward.?

a.      
None of these

b.      
Rescue

c.      
Towage

d.      
Salvage

e.      
I do not know


15.  
Pleding a ship or the freight
she earns to raise money necessary to complete the voyage repayment is
contingent on safe arrival of the vessel?

a.      
Bottomry

b.      
Respondentia

c.      
Barratry

d.      
Subrogation

e.      
I do not know


16.  
S.G. in Lloyd’s standard from
of marine policy means:

a.      
Neither a nor b

b.      
both a and b

c.      
salute gratia

d.      
ship and goods

e.      
I do not know


17.  
Certificate cates issued under
SOLAS convention of 1974 as amended are

a.      
construction certificates

b.      
statutory
certificates

c.      
radio telephony certificates

d.      
safety certificates

e.      
I do not know


18.  
Monica paid by the charter for
cargo which otherwise could have been loaded but was not

a.      
Deadfreight

b.      
Penalty

c.      
Barratry

d.      
Dispatch

e.      
I do not know

19.  
When a vessel runs aground with
the possibility of refloating her but owner relinquishing all right to the
insurers for payment of the full value of the vessel

a.      
particular
loss

b.      
constructive total foss

c.      
total loss

d.      
none of these

e.      
I do not know

20.  
The transfer of goods from the
vessel stipulated in the contract of affreighment to another vessel before the
place of destination has been reached?

a.      
Through cargo

b.      
Transshipment

c.      
Lightering

d.      
Barging

e.      
 I don’t know

 

 

21.  
a measure of the time that the
radar indicator (PPI scope) retains images of echoes is called:

a.      
resolution

b.      
persistence

c.      
recurrence rate

d.      
pulse
repetition

e.      
I don’t know.

22.  
What is the purpose of the
“off track” limit?

a.      
Display warning limits on ECDIS

b.      
Give warning about possible
grounding

c.      
Give warning about possible
danger

d.      
Assist in
controlling the ship track from planned track

e.      
I Don’t Know.

23.  
What lighting is shown by
sailing vessel underway at night?

a.      
At night shows 1 must light

b.      
At night shows 2 mast light and
the day does not show the figure of the object

c.      
At night does not show the
light

d.      
At night
shows 3 mast lights in a straight line and side lights and stern lights

e.      
Oh I Don’t Know.

24.  
a vessel underway in fog and
hear a fog signal consisting of one prolonged and two short blasts it could be
any of the following except a vessel

a.      
being towed

b.      
engaged in
mineclearance

c.      
constrained by her draft

d.      
engaged in fishing

e.      
Oh I don’t know

25.  
When the master used a part of
his cargo of fuel oil in order to reach his destination, it forms a part of

a.      
none of these

b.      
respondentia

c.      
 general average

d.      
particular average

e.      
I do not know

26.  
Expenses incurred by the
insured for the common safety or preservation of the subject matter insured is:

a.      
general
average contribution

b.      
particular average loss

c.      
salvage

d.      
general average loss

e.      
Oh I don’t know

27.  
Any willful act of violence to
the ship or her cargo done by the master or any of the crew without the consent
of the

       shipowner is

a.      
Bottomry

b.      
breach of contact

c.      
desertion

d.      
barratry

e.      
I do not know

 

28.  
Under the standard bareboat or
demise charter party :

a.      
both a and b

b.      
the charter has total control
of the vessel

c.      
neither a nor b

d.      
the shipowner pays and employs the crew

e.      
I do not know

29.  
Suppose a vessel finds another
ship 1 000 miles at sea and tows her within a mile from shore and then, by
reason of an accident, losses her,she is

a.      
Partly
entitled to salvage

b.      
Not entitled to salvage

c.      
Liable of the losses

d.      
Entitled to salvage

e.      
Oh I don’t know

30.  
Recommendation for ship 500 GRT
and above to carry radar:

a.      
IBC code

b.      
IMO
Resolution A-614

c.      
ILO Convention 147

d.      
RCH code

e.      
I do not know

31.  
There are many kinds of losses
which fall under extraneous “risks” due to damage caused by the ff.
hook holes,oil taint,sweat,mud,stains,acids and non-delivery of goods this
falls ordinarly under

a.      
particular
loss

b.      
general average

c.      
total loss

d.      
not covered by marine insurance
policy

e.      
I do not know

32.  
What are the signs of a
monsoons coming?

a.      
strong, cyclonic winds that
change direction to conform to the passage of an extreme low pressure system

b.      
light, variable winds with
little or no humidity

c.      
steady winds
that reverse direction semiannually

d.      
strong gusty winds that blow
from the same general direction all year

e.      
I do not know

33.  
A qualified individual
possesing local knowledge of shoals rocks, currents ets, who is taken on board
at a particular place to conduct a ship through the rivers roads,or channels or
from or into the port

a.      
Harbor pilot

b.      
I Don’t Know.

c.      
Marine superintendent

d.      
Harbor master

e.      
Super cargo

34.  
What is a ‘Rescue Unit”
(RU)?

a.      
A unit
composed of trained personnel suitably equipped expeditious search and rescue

b.      
A unit specializing in search
and rescue operations at sea

c.      
Permanently manned rescue
vessel

d.      
A unit ready for search and
rescue operations at sea at anytime of the day

e.      
I do not know.

 

 

35.  
International Convention that
gave immunity to hospital ships in time of war and formulates rules for the
settement of International disputes

a.      
SOLAS Convention

b.      
Marpol Convention

c.      
Mariners Convention

d.      
Hague
Convention

e.      
I do not know

36.  
A toll levied on a ship usually
by scale according to fonnage, toward the maintenance of lights, beacons, b

a.      
Light boat

b.      
Light boom

c.      
Light board

d.      
Light dues

e.      
I do not know

37.  
Subordinates do their best

a.      
fire those who exchange news
through the grapevine

b.      
acknowledge the presence of the
grapevine

c.      
acknowledge the presence of the
grapevine

d.      
be persistent
in eliminating the grapevine

e.      
I do not know

38.  
the marked position on the
navigation chart should be removed when?

a.      
Once the vessel is on the next
course

b.      
Once the vessel is on the next
chart

c.      
After the day has elapsed

d.      
End of the
voyage

e.      
Oh I don’t know.

39.  
The owner of the vessel must
keep the ship in a seaworthy condition, and hire may cease when the vessel
becomes unfit to perform her voyage this is true with

a.      
Time charter

b.      
Demise charter

c.      
Bareboat charter

d.      
Voyage charters

e.      
I do not know

40.  
which of the ff is/are correct
regarding the inherent duties of a Second Mate ?

a.      
He is to carry out all lawfull
orders of the Master

b.      
In-charges of
inventory and control

c.      
Attending to sick crew member and preparing illness report

d.      
I do not know

 

 

41.  
The rescue aids shall be placed
on ship

a.      
on one deck

b.      
vertically one above the other.

c.      
so as not to interfere with each
other

d.      
can be served
simultaneously with neighboring.

e.      
I do not know

42.  
International Convention
defining the minimum standards for merchant ships.

a.      
IMO Resolution A-614

b.      
ILO
Convention 141

c.      
IBC Code

d.      
RCH Code

e.      
I do not know

43.  
Safety Construction
Certificates Safety Equipment Certificates Safety Radio Telegraphy
Certificates, International Loadline Certificates are statutory certificates
issued to vessel under :

a.      
1966 LOADLINE Convention

b.      
1978 MARPOL Convention

c.      
1974 SOLAS
Convention

d.      
1972 COLREGS Convention

e.      
I don’t know

44.  
The depth of a vessel below the
waterline measured vertically to the lowest part of the hull or other reference
point

a.      
Soundings

b.      
Freeboard

c.      
Draft

d.      
Loadine marks

e.      
I don’t know

45.  
The price paid to a shipowner
for the transportation of goods or merchandise by sea from one specific port to
another

a.      
Freight

b.      
Commercial fare

c.      
Commission

d.      
Charter hire

e.      
I do not know

 

46.  
The rescuer can best provide an
airtight seal during mouth-to-mouth resuscitation by pinching the victim’s
nostrils and ?

a.      
applying his
mouth tightly over the victim’s mouth

b.      
holding the jaw down firmly

c.      
cupping a hand around the
patient’s mouth

d.      
keeping the head elevated

e.      
Oh I don’t know

47.  
stopping blowing when the
victim coughs

a.      
prevent transmission of
infections

b.      
prevent blowing too much air
into the victim

c.      
prevent air
from leaving victim’s lungs too soon

d.      
prevent victim from vomiting.

e.      
I do not know.

 

48.  
The horizontal line which
represents the center of the disc or the summer loadline should be 18 inches or

a.      
457,2 mm

b.      
 540,0 mm

c.      
480,0 mm

d.      
490.0 mm

e.      
Oh I don’t know

49.  
A link between the shipboard
training officer and the company training officer ashore

a.      
A situation where safety
awareness or safety equipment is lacking

b.      
A situation which indicates the
non-fulfillment of a specific requirement

c.      
Not
conforming with safe working practices which may ead to accidents

d.      
Lack of comfort leading to
health risks

e.      
Oh I don’t know

50.  
You approach the shore with a
lifeboat, when you see a guy waving horizontally a white flag. What does this
mean?

a.      
Going ashore here is very
dangerous

b.      
 Stand by to take the
rope from line-throwing apparatus:

c.      
Do not approach the coast,
rescue boat will come to you.

d.      
Going ashore here is very
dangerous

e.      
I do not know

51.  
The Disadvantage of Teamwork is
?

a.      
More resources are available

b.      
More ideas may be generated

c.      
More time is
taken to perform the tasks

d.      
More networking opportunities

e.      
I do not know

52.  
What is the best describes for
negligence”?

a.      
the commission of an act

b.      
not doing what a reasonable
person would have done

c.      
doing what a
reasonable person would not do, and not doing what you should do

d.      
doing what a reasonable person
would not do

e.      
I do not know

53.  
Subordinates do their best

a.      
acknowledge the presence of the
grapevine

b.      
fire those who exchange news
through the grapevine

c.      
be persistent
in eliminating the grapevine

d.      
acknowledge the presence of the
grapevine

e.      
 I Don’t Know

 

 

 

54.  
What is ABC mean in first aid?

a.      
Air, Burning, Critic.

b.      
Air, Breath, Concentration.

c.      
Abandon, Balance, Circulation.

d.      
Air,
Breathing. Circulation.

e.      
I do not know.

55.  
The deformation of the ship’s
hull called Sagging under Draught Survey means

a.      
greater draught on the
starboards side compared to the port side

b.      
torsion-difference in the
draught between the port and starboards without hil

c.      
I Don’t Know

d.      
reduced draught in the middle
compared to the ends

e.      
increased
draught in the middle compared to the ends

56.  
A qualified individual
possesing local knowledge of shoals rocks, currents ets, who is taken on board
at particular place to conduct a ship through the rivers roads or channels or
from or into the port

a.      
Supercargo

b.      
Harbor pilot

c.      
Marine superintendent

d.      
Harbor master

e.      
I do not know

57.  
What are the safe actions when
handling drugs?

a.      
Wear skin protection and a
facemask

b.      
Test out the potency of the
drug

c.      
Shut off the
veritilation in the room where the drugs are being stored to ensure any vapours
or fumes do not spread to other parts of the ship

d.      
Briefly inhale powders, fumes
or vapours to verify the substance is a drug

e.      
I do not know

58.  
You approach the shore with a
lifeboat when you see a guy waving horizontally a white flag What does this
mean?

A.     
Going ashore here is very
dangerous

B.     
Do not
approach the coast rescue boat will come to you

C.      
Going ashore here is very
dangerous

D.     
Stand by to take the rope from
line-throwing apparatus

E.      
I do not know

59.  
Permission or license granted
by the port medical authorities to a vessel upon arrival from a foreign port.

a.      
Port clearance

b.      
Fumigation clearance

c.      
Berthing permission

d.      
Pratique

e.      
I do not know

60.  
International Convention that
gave immunity to hospital ships in time of of International disputes:

a.      
Hague
Convention

b.      
SOLAS Convention

c.      
Mariners Convention

d.      
Marpol Convention

e.      
I don’t know

 

 

61.  
Which of the following options
will be reported to the company by emergency telephone?

a.      
All cases concerning cargo
shortages

b.      
All accidents
where crew are injured or killed

c.      
All near misses

d.      
All arrival and departure time
from port

e.      
I dont know

 

62.  
International Convention
defining the minimum standards for merchant ships.:

a.      
IBC Code

b.      
ILO
Convention 141

c.      
 IMO Resolution A-614

d.      
RCH Code

e.      
I don’t know

63.  
a vessel underway in fog and
hear a fog signal consisting of one prolonged and two short blasts. It could be
any of the following except a vessel

a.      
being towed

b.      
engaged in mineclearance

c.      
constrained by her draft

d.      
engaged in fishing

e.      
I do not know

64.  
Which of the following is
important in trouble shooting faulty radar?

a.      
turn down all
the manual controls

b.      
call the radio operator

c.      
check test meter readings

d.      
check scanner rotation

e.      
I do not know

65.  
For giving CPR, an adult is
defined as someone over the age of

a.      
6 years

b.      
8 years

c.      
10 years

d.      
12 years

e.      
I do not know

 

66.  
A link between the shipboard
training officer and the company training officer ashore :

a.      
Lack of comfort leading to
health risks

b.      
A situation where safety
awareness or safety equipment is lacking

c.      
Not
conforming with safe working practices which may ead to accidents

d.      
A situation which indicates the
non-fulfillment of a specific requirement

e.      
I don’t know

67.  
The owner of the vessel must
keep the ship in a seaworthy condition, and hire may cease when the vessel
becomes unfit to perform her voyage this is true with

a.      
Time charter

b.      
Demise charter

c.      
Voyage charters

d.      
Bareboat charter

e.      
 I don’t know

68.  
The first element of a contract
the point where negotiation usually begins ?

a.      
A consideration is paid

b.      
There must be an agreement

c.      
An offer is made

d.      
Must be in
written form

e.      
I don’t know

69.  
What are the safe actions when
handling drugs?

a.      
“Briefly inhale powders,
fumes or vapours to verify the substance is a drug

b.      
Shut off the
ventiLation in the room where the drugs are being stored to ensure any vapours
or fumes do not spread to other parts of the ship

c.      
Wear skin protection and a
facemask

d.      
Test out the potency of the
drug

e.      
I do not know

70.  
A “Standard Format for
Search and Rescue Situation Reports” (SITREPS) should be used by vessels
in distress The SITREP can be compiled as a short form (urgent essential
details). Which of the following information shall be included when using the
“short form?

a.      
Weather on-scene

b.      
Oil spill possibility.

c.      
Cargo information

d.      
Position

e.      
I do not know

71.  
which of the following factors
is most likely to have an effect on the amount of gain required to obtain a
fathometer reading for depth?

a.      
atmospheric pressure

b.      
salinity of water

c.      
type of bottom

d.      
temperature of water

e.      
I Don’t Know

 

 

 

72.  
International Convention that
gave immunity to hospital ships in time of war, and formulates rules for the
settlement of International disputes

a.      
Hague
Convention

b.      
Marpol Convention

c.      
SOLAS Convention

d.      
Mariners  Convention

e.      
I do not know

73.  
A master would be well advised
to file a note of protest if:

a.      
portions of his vessels cargo
were illegally impounded

b.      
cargo received at ship side was
damaged in land transit

c.      
the vessel
encountered heavy weather which might have caused bottom damage

d.      
vessel is delayed due to strike

e.      
I don’t know

74.  
The purpose of a Medico Message
is?

a.      
Call an
hospital for professional medical assistance by radio when needed.

b.      
Giving a regular statement of
the health of the vessel’s crew.

c.      
Calling the health department
in the next port of call and ask for free radio practice

d.      
Medico is the certificate which
permit the Master to be doctor onboard

e.      
I do not know

75.  
increased draught in the middle
compared to the ends.

a.      
On official watchkeeping

b.      
Operator of the watch

c.      
On official watch

d.      
Officer of
the Watch

e.      
 I Don’t Know.

76.  
What is a ‘Rescue Unit”
(RU)?

A.     
A unit
composed of trained personnel suitably equipped expeditious search and rescue

B.     
Permanently manned rescue
vessel

C.      
A unit ready for search and
rescue operations at sea at anytime of the day

D.     
A unit specializing in search
and rescue operations at sea

E.      
I don’t know

77.  
International Convention that
gave immunity to hospital ships in time of war, and formulates rules for the settlement
of International disputes

A.     
Marpol Convention

B.     
Hague
Convention

C.      
Mariners Convention

D.     
SOLAS Convention

E.      
I do not know

78.  
The term for the loss settlend
by underwriters when good which have been damaged by a peril insured againt are
sold at a port of refuge because carrying them on further would result in them
losing still more of their value:

A.     
General average loss

B.     
Salvage loss

C.      
Both b and c

D.     
Particular average loss

E.      
 I don’t know

79.  
 your radar indicates a target however, there
is no visible object at the point indicated, a large     mountain approx 50 miles away on the same
bearing as the target is breaking the horizon you should   suspect the target is caused by

A.     
sub-refraction

B.     
ducting

C.      
a submerged submarine

D.     
ionosphere skip waves

E.      
I don’t know

80.  
The rescue aids shall be placed
on ship ?

A.     
so as not to interfere with
each other

B.     
vertically one above the other.

C.      
on one-deck

D.     
can be served
simultaneously with neighboring.

E.      
I do not know

81.  
Fix at is pelorus used for?

A.     
For identifying stars

B.     
For assessing visibility

C.      
For ascertaining the signal
strength of radio waves

D.     
Taking
bearings

E.      
I do not know.

82.  
A link between the shipboard
training officer and the company training officer ashore

A.     
Not conforming with safe
working practices which may ead to accidents

B.     
Lack of comfort leading to
health risks

C.      
A situation which indicates the
non-fulfillment of a specific requirement

D.     
A situation where safety
awareness or safety equipment is lacking.

E.      
I do not know.

83.  
the inclination between the
orbit of the moon and the ecliptic is?

A.     
1 5/4 deg

B.     
1 4/5 deg

C.      
4 1/5 deg

D.     
5 1/4 deg

E.      
I do not know

84.  
most modern Loran-C receivers
automatically detect station blink which is enough to:

A.     
enable the receiver to shift
automatically to an alternate station

B.     
automatically shut down the
receiver

C.      
trigger alarm
indicators to warn operator of a malfunction

D.     
trigger alarm indicators to
warn operator of a function

E.      
I don’t know

85.  
the number of pulses ransmitted
per second by a radar transmitter is known 
as

A.     
frequency of transmission

B.     
pulse
repetition rate

C.      
pulse characteristics

D.     
pulse transmission

E.      
I don’t know

 

86.  
who is lable for a loss
resulting from the amproper packing or preparation or loading of the goods by
the shipper or from his neglect to sufficiently identify the goods by property
marking them or his failure to wain of some conditions which requires special
care in handing?

A.     
Public enemy

B.     
Shippers

C.      
Stevedores

D.     
Carrier

E.      
I don’t know

87.  
stopping blowing when the
victim coughs

A.     
 prevent transmission of infections

B.     
 prevent blowing too much air into the victim

C.      
 prevent air from
leaving victim’s lungs too soon

D.     
prevent victim from vomiting

E.      
Saya Tidak Tahu.

88.  
What do you call to ship’s
cargoes or any part there of which have been washed ashore ?

A.     
 wrock

B.     
ligan

C.      
jetsam

D.     
flotsam

E.      
 I don’t know

89.  
which of the following
statements concerning radar is not true?

A.     
 radar should be checked regularly in clear
weather to ensure that it is operating properly

B.     
raising the antenna height
increases radar range

C.      
 radar bearings are less accurate than radar
ranges

D.     
the ability
of radar to detect objects is unamected by weather conditions

E.      
saya tidak tahu

90.  
the line roughly following the
180th meridian is?

A.     
Rhumb line

B.     
Equator

C.      
 The date line

D.     
Greenwich meridian

E.      
saya tidak tahu

91.  
Which of the ft. marine
insurance policies is not normally purchased by the shipowner?

A.     
hull

B.     
 cargo

C.      
protection and indominity

D.     
pollution

E.      
I don’t know

92.  
These expressions means
consecutive calendar days counting from midnight to midnight and unless
contract or custom dictate otherwise includes sundays and holidays whether work
is actually done at the part or not :

A.     
Sundays and holidays excepted

B.     
days and running days

C.      
weather working days

D.     
Lay days

E.      
I don’t know

93.  
a fathometer will:

I. read actual
depth of water

II. adjust
automatically for temperature changes

A.     
II only

B.     
Both I and II

C.      
I only

D.     
Neither I nor
II

E.      
I do not know

94.  
where a vessel is chartered to
its full and complete capacity in a contract of affreightment with the carrier

undertaking to
carry special person only the type of carrier is ;

A.     
Private carrier

B.     
Common carrier

C.      
 Passenger carrier

D.     
Sailing carrier

E.      
I do not know

95.  
A partial loss of the subject
matter insured caused by a peril insured againt which is not a general average
loss is

a.      
partial charges

b.      
general average

c.      
particular average:

d.      
particular charges

e.      
I am not know

96.   The transter of goods from the vessel stipulated in the contract of
affreighment to another vessel before the place of destination has been reached
:

a.      
Through cargo

b.      
Transshipment

c.      
 Lightering

d.      
Barging

e.      
I don’t know

97.  
What is a negotiable document,
a prima facie evidence of shipment of goods on boards a particular vessel and
its legal importance consists in the fact that it is a receipt for goods, a
contract of carriage, and a title to property

a.      
Invoice

b.      
Delivery Receipt

c.      
Mate’s Receipt

d.      
Bill of
Iading

e.      
I don’t know

98.  
The relationship between the
ship’s deadweight cargo carrying capacity and her cubic capacity for cargo is
called :

a.      
Both b and c

b.      
Coefficient of Measurement

c.      
Coefficient of loading

d.      
Coefficient of Fineness

e.      
I don’t know

103. Loss due to
an act of god is considered:

A.genaral average

B. general claim

C. particular average

D. general salvage

E. I don’t know

 

 

 

 

104. Loran-C stations transmit groups of pulses at specific times
the time interval between transmissions from the

        master station is the
:

A.
phase code

B. pulse interval

C. group repetition interval

D. coding delay

E. I do not know

105. Where to find Current velocity in major coastal ports?

A. predicted in Tidal Current
Tables

B. generally too weak to be of concern

C. generally constant

D. unpredictable

E.  I don’t know

106. Information broadcast by AIS every 1 to 10 seconds except?

A. speed over ground

B. course over ground

C. ship’s scantlings

D. latitude and longitude

E.  I don’t know

107. reports of environmental and protection work should be sent to
shore-based management within a timeframe of?

A. Biannually

B. Every three years

C. Annually

D. Not mandatory to send reports

E. I do not know

108. The rescue aids shall be placed on ship?

A. can be served
simultaneously with neighboring

B. on one deck.

C. so as not to interfere with each other.

D. vertically one above the other

E. I do not know

109. The relationship between the ship’s deadweight cargo carrying
capacity and her cubic capacity for cargo is called:

A. Coefficient of loading

B. Coefficient of Measurement

C. Coefficient of Fineness

D. Both b and c

E. I don’t know.

110. who is liable for a loss resulting from the
improper packing or preparation or loading of the goods by the shipper or   

        from his
rieglect to sufficiently identity the goods by properly marking them or his
failure to wam of some  

        conditions,which
requires special care in handling?

 

A. Stevedores

B. Carriers

C. Shippers

D. Public anemy

E. I do not know

111. What is a ‘Rescue Unit” (RU)?

A. A unit composed of trained
personnel suitably equipped expeditious search and rescue.

B. Permanently manned rescue vessel

C .A unit specializing in search and rescue operations
at sea.

D. A unit ready for search and rescue operations at
sea at anytime of the day.

E. I don’t know.

112. the marked position on the navigation chart should be removed
when?

A. Once the vessel is on the next chart

B. Once the vessel is on the next course

C .End of the voyage

D. After the day has elapsed

E. I do not know

 

 

 

 

 

113. When the consignee fails to accept the goods at the port of
discharge and there is no fault or omission on the part

        of the shipowner the
expense of carrying the goods back to the shipper is know as :

A. dead freight

B. advance freight

C. lumpsum height

D. back freight

E. I don’t know.

114. what condition indicates that your radar needs maintenance?

A. serrated range rings

B. blind sector

C. multiple echoes

D. indirect echoes

E. I don’t know

115. The intensity of refraction on the horizon is ..is maximum

116. What you can correct when variation is a compass
error?… cannot correct

117. you are underway at 5 kts and see on your radar a
contact 10miles directly astern of you, twelve minutes later, the contact is 8
miles directly astern of you what is the estimated speed of the contact?…. 15 knots

118. A stiff vessel will have a GM which is:…. Large

119. What the meaning of Reserve Buoyancy?…The buoyancy provided by all
enclosed spaces above the waterline

120. Things to consider in the Shipboard Contingency
Plan are:….Implement the
provisions in the SOLAS

121. When crew are working in confined spaces that have
been cleared of hazardous materials, ventilation should be provided….continuously

122. The breaking strength of the painter in a liferaft
permitted to accommodate 15 persons is at least:….7.5 kN

123. The Hydrostatic Release Unit (HRU) must release the Liferaft:…..From 1.5 to 3.5 meters.
under the water level

124. Embarkation steps used must be spaced with a
distance of: … Equally
spaced and not less than 300 mm or more than 380 mm

125. (bpk) Entirely to vacate a ship and to relinquish
or to repudiate all duties to wards preservation is:…abandonship

126. (bpk) The transfer by the insured of his interest
to the property insured to the insurer with all the chance off recovery and
indemnity is….warranty

127. bpk) Your vessel is aground due to an error in
navigation Damage to the hull causes water to enter to cargo hold #3,Deck cargo
is thrown overboard to help refloat the vessel. The vessel successfully return
to port in this condition which of the ff is considered as general average?….Damage to the hull

128. bpk) Your vessel is aground due to an error in
navigation Damage to the hull causes water to enter to cargo hold #3,Deck cargo
is thrown overboard to help refloat the vessel. The vessel successfully return
to port in this condition 129.which of the ff is considered as general average?…Damage to the hull

130. Another element of a salvage claim is :…None of these

131. An association of ship owners that mutually
contribute to a found to cover members losses not normally covered by reguler
hull insurance.?…P&I
insurance

132. A person who officially calculates the contribution
due from each beneficiary as consequence of a gener Act. ?


Salvor

133. bpk) The act of holding a property or cargo from
release unless payment has been received or collected is..maritime lien

144. Which is/are considered correct with regards to
grounds of arrival under distress?… a and b only

145. Where is the normal position of the “Pivot
Point” of the vessel when going ahead?… 1/3 of the vessel’s length from the bow

146. Call what information should be required for the
next port:…Procured before
departure from a port

147. Which of the following statements concerning the
reflection component of the AOR model is false?…Leaders are always aware of the value of reflection in
leadership development

148. According to a recent study, one of the general
factors that explains the shift toward more women leaders is that women
themselves have change It is evident in all except… A trend toward less stereotypically masculine
characterizations of leadership

149. Level of leadership/management is categorized as
follows, except…Basic management

150. Which of the
following statements concerning the reflection component of the AOR model is
false?…Leaders are
always aware of the value of reflection in leadership development

151. The
decision making is always encountered with the probability situate linkages, it
is needed to use the following methods as follows, except…To utilize the leader’s instinct

152. Call what
information should be required for the next port: …. Procured before departure from a port

153. Bums can
occur when high-voltage electricity passes through the body and can cause
burns. How is the…. Place
sterile dressing over the burn and secure with a bandage.

154. Why is it
important to make weekly/routine rounds in the accomodation areas?..To ensure that cabins and
common spaces are maintained in a clean, safe and hygienic condition

155. All
necessary information for the next port of call should be:…Procured before departure from
a port

156. A unconscious
person should not be…Given
something to drink

157. The
responsibility for the ship being safely manned is for?… The master and the shipowner are
responsible for the adequate manning of the ship.

158. At the
first point of Aries and first point of Libra the sun’s declination is… 23,5 degree

159. A burn may
occur when electricity of high current and voltage passes through the body Most
damage occurs at the points of entry and exit of electricity. What is the
treatment electrical burns…Place
sterile dressing over the burn and secure with a bandage

 

160. The
horizontal plan to which height, depths or levels are referred is called… Datum

161. a ship’s
position determined by the course a distance traveled, including known sets and
currents, regardless of celestial observations or terrestrial bearings, its
called….Fix

162. The gyro
compass can suffer from a compass error and may need to be allowed for, when
steering a course in a dangerous navigational area. What is the probable cause
of the error?…An
uncorrected course and speed error

163. How often are cumulative lists published?…Twice a year

164. The factor to consider when planning are track are…
All of the above

165. You would find the variation on a polyconic
projection chart..On the
compass rose

166. Civil twilight begins at 1910 zone time on 20 July
1981. Your DR position at that time is LAT 22°16’N, LONG 150°06’W. Which
statement concerning the planets available for evening sights is TRUE? .. Venus will have a westerly
meridian angle.

167. What are the same thing if the compass heading and
the magnetic heading?…there
is no deviation on that heading

168. The zone time of LAN is 1152. Your longitude is
73°15’E. What time would you use to enter the Nautical Almanac to determine the
declination of the Sun at LAN?….- 0659

169. If you use the chart in 1991 how much variation
should you apply when the chart indicates the vanation W in 1988, and the
annual change is decreasing 6′?…3
° 27’W

170. Azimuth is?….The angle between the meridian and the vertical
circle passing though a celestial body

171. Action to avoid collision…..Any action to avoid collision shall be taken in
accordance with the Rules of this Part and shall, if the circumstances of the
case admit, be positive, made in ample time and with due regard to the
observance of good seamanship.

172. The gyro compass can suffer from a compass error
and may need to be allowed for, when steering a course in a dangerous
navigational area What is the probable cause of the error?….An uncorrected course and
speed error

173. At the first point of Aries and first point of
Libra the sun’s declination is..23,5
degree

174. Which of the following equipment using permanent
air or steam pressure should be used and available at all times in restricted
visibility…Fog signal

175. which statement is TRUE If a magnetic compass is
not affected by any magnetic field other than the Earth’s?….Compass error and variation are
equal

176. What action do you give to another ship when it is
overtaking a powered ship in a narrow channel on its starboard side?….attempt to contact her on the
radiotelephone to arrange for the passage

177. What will happen the southeast trade winds, during
the winter months?…stronger
than during the summer months

178. What is important to check when transferring a
position from GPS to a chart?….Ensure
that the chart and the GPS use same datum

179. Which of the following functions is done by a cam
operating an exhaust valve?…It
governs the timing of opening and closing of the valve

180. Types of corrosion in fresh water of Diesel
Engines….Selective phase
corrosion

181. Which of the following will be you possible answer
if you asked why you are taking compass bearing of an approaching vessel
frequently?…..As early
detection of risk of collision

182. Modern marine turbochargers use a…..type of
compressor…..Radial flow

183. Which of the following specifications/qualities of
cylinder oils counter corrosive wear?….TBN

184. In comparison to exhaust valves, intake valves of
diesel engines may be fabricated from low-alloy steels because…intake valves are less affected
to the corrosive action of exhaust gase

185. Crank web deflection readings will give a positive indication
of…Worn main bearing
journals

186. Some 4-stroke engines are fitted with a rotorcap on
the cylinder head valves. For what reason?…Rotate the inlet valve during operation

187. The coating which is provided on the valve stem of
exhaust valves of modern marine diesel engines is of…..stellite

188. The lube oil pump used in a diesel engine is a….Gear pump

 

189. A large, low-speed, main propulsion diesel engine
uses sea water to directly cool the…. Scavenging air

190. For a two stroke engine two o-rings are provided on
the liner. The function of the top o-ring is to …..,..function of the lower
o-ring is to…..Seal
jacket cooling water. Seal scavenge air

191. Some 4-stroke engines are fitted with a rotorcap on
the cylinder head valves. For what reason?….Rotate the inlet valve during operation

192. What is not included in the contents of the
IMDG-Code Supplement book?…..AIS

193. How is an enclosed space tested to check it is safe
to enter?.…By using an
oxygen analyzer and an explosimeter.

194. Ship’s generators must be synchronised before they
can be connected to the same supply network. Prior to synchronising, the
generator voltage and frequency are respectively adjusted by….AVR and speed governor

195. What is meant group B cargo Bulk according to IMBC
code….Consists of cargoes
which possess a chemical hazard which could give rise to a dangerous situation
on a ship

196. You are on a vessel designed to carry compressed
gasses in bulk with a cargo of butadiene Which statement isTRUE? …..Silver and copper are
prohibited in the parts of valves and fittings in contact with the cargo

197. According to the burner unit of oil or gas fired
steam boilers. What is the purpose of the ‘ma c’eye’ ?…..To check that the flame is present during
start up or normal operation of the burner, if not then fuel shut
offautomatically

198. What is meant group C cargo Bulk according to IMBC
code…. Consists of cargoes
which are not liable to liquely arid do not possess chemical hazards

199. The agreement that regulates the transportation of
bulk grain cargo is ?….the
SOLAS (IMO) Grain Rules

200. What is meant group A cargo Bulk according to IMBC
code…Consists of the
cargoes which may liquefy if shipped with moisture content in excess of their
transportable moisture limit

201. General principles of dangerous goods segregation,
except….Strong acids are
usually deemed as compatible with strong alkali

202. United Nations dangerous goods packing group based
on the level of danger does not apply, except….class1

203. the flash point for flammable liquid piperylene
grade B is….-20°F

204.
he criteria for dangerous goods stowage near accommodation, machine rooms and
work areas must not be…answers
are correct

205.
General principles of dangerous goods segregation, except…Strong acids are usually deemed
as compatible with strong aithali

206.
If a vessel has a displacement of 15.000 tons and a righting arm of 2 meter,
what is the vessels nighting moment if the ship has a GM of 1,5 meter ? …30.000 ton-meter

207.
Which are the main hazards associated with the transportation of bulk salt
cargo on the Bulk Carr….The
only possible hazard is associated with ingress of water into the hold and a
loss of stability

208.
Which of the following actions should be considered as efficient actions with
due regard to human factions?….To establish inner rules to perform work of a special risk

209.
The main causes of fatigue damage in gastric girders are?..The number of repeated stress cycles

210.
Anticyclones are usually characterized by …Subsidence and fair weather

211.
What is the Maximum Securing Load in a RoRo vessel?….the load capacity of a device
used to secure cargo on board

212.
In the Route Planning Mode, what are the four primary ways to adjust a planned
route?.…Adding
waypoints, Deleting waypoints, Changing the position of waypoints.
Alphanumerically & graphically

213.
Which of the following reflects the statement that ECDIS only supports the
mariner in performing navigational tasks?….All answers are correct

214.
VLCC/ULCC vessels bridge on the after part of the vessel, therefore a few
meters / cables in front of the ship are sectors not visible by eyes or radar,
called invisible distance abbreviated I, if F = vessel free board, L = distance
of the bridge to the bow of the ship, B = height of the bridge from the keel,
while D is the depth of the vessel tank, then the Invisible distance (1)
formula is…..I=F: (B-D)
x L

 

 

 

215.
Which ship lines have smallest tension, ship A, B, C or D?…..ship A





















 

216.
VTS function is?....
Increase the safety of all ships and the protection of the environment in the
vicinity

217.
An overtaking ship sounds two long blasts followed by one short blast. It is a
signal for ?… When
overtaking in a narrow channel

218.
Under Keel Clearance (UKC) a vessel will determine the load to be retained by
the ropes of a VLCC / ULCC, whichever is the heaviest load retained on
VLCC/ULCC with UKC below; ….
UKC = 0.2 x draft ship

219.
The threat of fines to the skipper who makes or allows a false entry to be made
in the notebook is regulated in?….The Ship Safety and Security Act, Section 65..

 

 

 

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