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EXAMINATION QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (TICKETS) IN ENGLISH FOR SAILORS
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Автор: crewing   
11.06.2012 22:26

EXAMINATION QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (TICKETS)

IN ENGLISH FOR SAILORS

 

Ticket 1

  1. Who is the head of the ship? - Master
  2. What are the Boatswain's duties? - A Boatswain is in charge of the deck crew and equipment.
  3. What does SOLAS mean? - Safety of Life at Sea
  4. 4. What is there inside the hull? - There are frames, beams and the keel inside the hull.
  5. What does first aid mean? - First aid is the immediate aid provided to a sick or injured person until medical treatment can be provided.
  6. What is the purpose of a Medico Massage? –call a hospital for professional medical assistance by radio when needed.
  7. What does Alfa mean? - Diver Down; Keep Clear
  8. Two shackles in the water! - Две смычки в воду!
  9. Midship! Amidships! Right the helm! - Прямо руль!

10.  Hold on the bow spring! - Вира носовой.

Ticket 2

  1. Who are the members of the Deck Department? - Master, C/O; 2nd, 3rd Off; Boatswain; AB, OS
  2. What is the Chief Officer's responsible for? - For ship's cargo operations, her stability and supervising the deck crew, safety and security of the ship.
  3. What does VHF mean? - Very High Frequency
  4. What does MARPOL mean? - Prevention of Pollution from Ships
  5. What dangerous goods do you know? - Explosives; gases; flammable liquids or substances.
  6. What is the difference between liners and Tramps? - Liner Service – is a service that operates within a schedule. A Tramp Service has no fixed routing or schedule.
  7. What does Papa mean? - About to Sail
  8. How is the chain leading? - Каксмотритякорь-цепь?
  9. Get ready the breast line! - Приготовить к подаче прижимной!

10.  Make fast the tow rope! - Закрепить буксир!

Ticket 3

  1. What is the Master responsible for? - responsible for its safe, cargo operations, navigation, crew
  2. What does AB mean? – Able Bodied seaman
  3. What does IMO mean? – International Maritime Organization
  4. What straits do you know? - Bab el Mandeb, Strait of Malacca, Strait of Gibraltar, Strait of Magellan, Bosporus and the Dardanelles
  5. Where does watchman keep watch when the ship is at sea? - On the navigating bridge, stand the helm; execute the wheel orders of the Master or the Officer of the watch.
  6. What are three main parts of the hull? – Bow, stern and midship
  7. What does Bravo mean? - Dangerous Cargo!
  8. Steer for the buoy! - Держать на буй!
  9. Put the windlass in gear! - Соединить брашпиль!

10.  Heave the fenders ready! - Приготовить кранцы!

Ticket 4

  1. Who is the head of the Engine department? - Chief Engineer is responsible for all operations and maintenance of all engineering equipment throughout the ship.
  2. What are OS duties? - OS’ duties typically include the deck equipment maintenance.
  3. What sailor must do in case of flooding? – Act according to a flooding plan.
  4. What does a bulkhead mean? – is a vertical steel wall going across the ship and along it.
  5. When is the first aid given? - First aid is the immediate help given to an injured or a sick person before the arrival of any medical treatment or a doctor.
  6. What types of fire do you know? - A- Solids, B- Flammable Liquids, C- Flammable Gases, D- Metals, E- Electrical fires, F- Cooking oil and fat
  7. What does Mike mean? – I am stopped.
  8. Steer for the leading lights! - Держать на створы!
  9. Hold on the chain! - Задержать якорь-цепь!

10.  Veer out handsomely! - Травить помалу!

Ticket 5

  1. Who is the Master's main assistant? – Chief Officer
  2. What navigational equipments do you know? – Charts, Radar, GPS, Log, Compass, Echo-sounder
  3. What does STCW mean? - Standards of Training, Certification and Watch keeping for Seafarers
  4. What do Refrigerated ships mean? - A refrigerator (or reefer) ship is a type of ship typically used to transport cargo which requires temperature-controlled transportation, mostly fruits, meat, fish, vegetables.
  5. Which position is the best to stop bleeding from the nose? – sitting on a chair, leaning forward with two fingers pressing the nose together.
  6. What does Lima mean? - Stop Instantly
  7. Better starboard! - Больше право!
  8. All gone fore and aft! - Все концы отданы!
  9. Get ready the heaving line! - Приготовить к подаче бросательный конец!

10.  What kind of sport do you like? – I am not fond of sport.

Ticket 6

  1. Who is the head of the Deck department? - Chief Mate/Officer is a head of the deck department.
  2. Who keeps watch in the engine room? - Motorman
  3. What does COLREG mean? - International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea
  4. What does VLCC, ULCC mean? - Very Large Crude Carrier, Ultra Large Crude Carrier
  5. What will you do during your watch at the gangway? - He meets all the visitors. He says, “Your identification please”. If he has any problems he must report them to officer of the watch. He must keep the gangway area clean. He must inspect the aft mooring lines regular intervals.  And of course must answer all the phone calls. In this case he says, “Hello, this is the m/v  A”
  6. What is the foremost part of the hull? - foremost part is called the bow
  7. What does Zulu mean? - Require a Tug
  8. The headline is ready! - Носовой продольный приготовлен!
  9. Make all fast! Secure at that! - Так крепить (так стоять будем)!

10.  The towing hawser is fast. - Буксир закреплён!

Ticket 7

  1. How many departments are usually on board the ship? - deck and the engine department.
  2. 2. What is the radio officer responsible for? - for the maintenance of radio communication equipment.
  3. Describe general cargo. - General cargo consists of a  variety of goods, including containerized, non-containerized and refrigerated cargo.
  4. Which is the largest Ocean in the world? - The Pacific Ocean is the largest of the world.
  5. What sailor must do at the boat alarm? – Act according to boat alarm schedule.
  6. How many chambers is heart divided? - Four chambers: Right Atrium, Right Ventricle, Left Atrium and Left Ventricle.
  7. What does Juliet mean? - On Fire; Keep Clear
  8. Stand clear of the anchor chain! - Не стоять перед якорь-цепью!
  9. The head line fast! - Носовой продольный закреплён!

10.  The Engines are going astern. - Мои машины работают на задний ход!

Ticket 8

  1. What are the main departments of a ship? – Deck and Engine.
  2. What is the second engineer responsible for? - for the main engines, refrigeration systems and other Engine room equipment.
  3. What life saving equipment do you know? - Lifeboat, Lifejacket, Rescue Boat, Immersion Suit, Liferaft, Lifebuoy
  4. What are four cardinal positions? - cardinal points are the North, the South, the East and the West.
  5. What are the tanks functions? - Tanks are used to store fuel, engine oil and fresh water.
  6. What does Echo mean? - Altering Course to Starboard
  7. Get both anchors ready! - Оба якоря к отдаче приготовить!
  8. Make fast the stern rope! - Крепить кормовые концы!
  9. Hand tant! Hand fast. - Выбрать в тугую

10.  What is your hobby? – My hobby.

Ticket 9

  1. Who are the members of the Engine Department? – Ch. Engineer; El. Engineer; 2nd Engineer/1st Assistant Engineer; 3rd Engineer/2nd Assistant Engineer; 4th Engineer/3rd Assistant Engineer; Wiper.
  2. What is there inside the hull? - There are frames, beams and the keel inside the hull.
  3. What are three typical decks? - there are usually three decks: the main deck, the upper deck and the lower deck.
  4. What lines do you know? - heaving line, mooring line, head line, stern line, brest line, forward spring, aft spring, messenger line
  5. What are the main factors causing shock? - medical shock may result from carbon monoxide poisoning, heart attack, anemia, dehydration, and more.
  6. When a fire breaks out in the engine room, which is in charge of the fire fighting operations? – Chief Engineer
  7. What does Victor mean? - Require Assistance
  8. How is the anchor? - Как якорь?
  9. Shift the head line ahead! - Перенести носовой продольный вперёд!

10.  Make fast the tow rope! - Закрепить буксир!

Ticket 10

  1. How many hours does a seaman keep watch? - typically keeps the 12-4 navigation watch.
  2. What is the second mate responsible for? - responsible for maintaining the charts and the navigational equipment on the bridge.
  3. What does GRT and NRT mean? - Gross register tonnage and Net register tonnage.
  4. What are the deepest lakes of the world? - Baikal, Tanganyika, Caspian Sea, Vostok
  5. Where does watchman keep watch when the ship is at sea? - On the navigating bridge, stand the helm; execute the wheel orders of the Master or the Officer of the watch.
  6. How can the sailor stop the hole? - For temporary fixing holes outside the emplastrum applied. The size of the emplastrum must be greater than the size of the holes.
  7. What does India mean? - Altering Course to Port!
  8. Keep the buoy right ahead! - Держать прямо на буй!
  9. The chain is leading forward. - Якорь-цепьсмотритвперёд

10.  Veer out handsomely! - Травить помалу!

Ticket 11

  1. What is the Chief Officer's responsibility? - responsibilities include the ship's cargo operations, her stability and supervising the deck crew and steward's department.
  2. What fire fighting appliances do you know? - Extinguishers - Foam, Dry-Powder, Water and CO2
  3. What type of ships do you know? - Bulk Carrier, Combination Carrier, Container Ship, Gas Carrier, General Cargo Carrier and Ro/Ro, Ore Carrier, Passenger Ship, Tanker for Chemicals, Tanker for Oil
  4. What does LNG, LPG, CNG mean? - Liquefied Natural Gas, Liquefied Petroleum Gas, Compressed Natural Gas
  5. What anchoring arrangements do you know? – windlass, winch shackle, chain, cable, anchor chain, stopper.
  6. What is at the very bottom of the hull? - Keel
  7. What does Uniform mean? - Standing into Danger
  8. Watch the helm! - Внимание на руле!
  9. Give the heaving line ashore! - Подать бросательный конец на берег!

10.  Foul anchor. - Якорь не чист.

Ticket 12

  1. What are the main duties of the sailors? - He gets up at 7 o’clock. He goes to the crew’s mess-room to have breakfast. After breakfast he works on deck. He scrubs down the deck and washes it. If necessary he lubricates the deck equipment with lub oil. Paint the deck. And so on.
  2. What are OS duties? - OS’ duties typically include the deck equipment maintenance.
  3. How many countries are IMO members? - IMO currently has 170 Member States and three Associate Members.
  4. What types of tanker do you know? - ULCCS, SUEZMAX, AFRAMAX, PANAMAX AND HANDYSIZE
  5. What ships particulars do you know? - Ship’s name, Port of Registry, Class, call sign IMO no, LOA
  6. What is a function of blood? - It carries oxygen to cells waste away from cells, fight infection, tmpr
  7. The minimum number of lifebuoys required on a cargo ship depends on: - length of a ship (min 8)
  8. What does Foxtrot mean? - Disabled
  9. Follow the launch! - Следовать в кильватер за катером!

10.  Mind the helm! Follow the tug!  - Следовать в кильватер за буксиром!

Ticket 13

  1. 1. What are AB watch keepers duties? - duties include keeping watch as helmsman. A helmsman is required to maintain a steady course, properly execute all rudder orders and communicate using navigational terms of heading and steering.
  2. What is a Container? - carries containers of 20ft (6m) or 40ft (12m) length, 8ft width and 8.5ft to 9.5ft height.
  3. What does LASH mean? - Lighter aboard ship/ Barge-carrying ships) which carry lighters or floating containers: “Sea bee”, “Danube Sea”, BACAT I/II, BACO, “Capri” and “Trimariner”
  4. What types of fire extinguishers do you know? - Water, Foam, Dry chemical (powder), Carbon dioxide
  5. What is the function of the forepeak tanks? - they are used for fresh water and fuel.
  6. What degrees of burns do you know? - first degree - epidermis, second degree - dermis, third degree - Epidermis and Dermis
  7. What color flare is used to signal highly dangerous landing place? - Red
  8. What does Sierra mean? - Engines Going Astern
  9. Let go starboard (port) anchor! - Отдать правый (левый) якорь!

10.  Nothing to starboard! Nothing to port! - Право не ходить! Лево не ходить!

Ticket 14

  1. What are the deck Cadet's duties? - must carry out training on board the ship, executing tasks of an Officer in Charge of a Navigation Watch, receive training in firefighting, first aid and survival techniques.
  2. What are Engine Cadet's duties? - carry out training on board the ship, executing tasks under the supervision of senior officers. Cadets are also trained in welding, firefighting, survival and first aid.
  3. What special purpose ships do you know? - CONBULKERs – Container/Bulk-Carrier, OBO Ships (ore, bulk and oil), PROBO Ships – product/oil/bulk/ore-carriers, O/O (oil and ore carriers), BIBO or Bulk In - Bags Out Bulkers
  4. What are the deepest seas of the world? - Caribbean Sea, South China Sea, Bering Sea, Mediterranean Sea
  5. What is the function of ballast tanks? - tanks are equipped to change a ship's trim and modify its stability.
  6. What artificial respiration do you know? – Mouth to mouth, mouth to nose, Holger-Nielson’s technique.
  7. What does Hotel mean? - Pilot on Board
  8. Better starboard, better port! - Больше право, Больше лево!
  9. Keep the chain slackened! - Держать слабо якорь-цепь!

10.  Starboard easy! Port easy! - Помалу право! Помалу лево!

Ticket 15

  1. What is the Third Mate responsible for? - usually maintains firefighting, life-saving equipment, emergency systems under the supervision of the Chief Mate and is in charge of the bridge and cargo watch.
  2. What does GPS mean? - Global Positioning System
  3. What are the major world’s rivers? - Nile, Amazon, Mississippi, Amur, Lena, Congo
  4. What is the container? - carries containers of 20ft (6m) or 40ft (12m) length, 8ft width and 8.5ft to 9.5ft height.
  5. What degrees of burns do you know? - first degree - epidermis, second degree - dermis, third degree - Epidermis and Dermis
  6. What type of fire belongs to class A fire? - A- Solids. Includes materials such as wood, plastic, and paper.
  7. Steer for the lighthouse! - Держать на маяк!
  8. What does Alfa mean? - Diver Down; Keep Clear!
  9. Slack away the chain! - Травить якорь-цепь!

10.  The chain is leading aft. - Якорь-цепь смотрит назад!

Ticket 16

  1. Who is responsible for the work of sailors? – Master responsible for the crew
  2. What are motorman duties? - usually repairs the equipment under the supervision of the Engineer Officer of the Watch.
  3. What type of bulk cargo do you know? - Bulk cargo consists of a single commodity and includes liquid bulk cargo and dry/break bulk cargo (such as oil, salt, scrap metal, grain, logs and wood chips, etc).
  4. What is the lowest part of the hold? - We call the lowest part of the hold a bottom.
  5. What sailor must do at the general emergency alarm? - first action is to sound a general alarm.
  6. Which country requires a vessel to have a written Waste Management Plan? - USA
  7. What does Bravo mean? - Dangerous Cargo
  8. Everything is ready for towing. - Всё готово для буксировки
  9. The towing hawser has parted! - Буксир лопнул!

10.  I am stopping my engines. - Я останавливаю свои машины!

Ticket 17

  1. What are OS duties? - OS’ duties typically include the deck equipment maintenance.
  2. What navigational equipment do you know? - Charts, Radar, GPS, Log, Compass, Echo-sounder
  3. What does Ro-Ro ship mean? - Roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) ships are cargo ships to carry wheeled cargo, such as automobiles, trailers or railway carriages.
  4. What are the intermediate positions? - NE (Northeast), NW (Northwest), SW (Southwest) and SE (Southeast)
  5. What does the double bottom mean? - a ship has double sides, the space between the sides contains wing/ballast tanks.
  6. What type of fire belongs to class B fire? – CLASS B- Flammable Liquids. Examples:Oil, Paraffin, Petrol.
  7. What does Echo mean? - Altering Course to Starboard
  8. Give the heaving line to the tug boat! - Подать бросательный конец на буксир!
  9. The bow (stern) tug rope passed. - Носовой (кормовой) буксирный конец подан!

10.  Give the breast line! - Подать прижимной!

Ticket 18

  1. What artificial respiration do you know? - Mouth to mouth, mouth to nose, Holger-Nielson’s technique.
  2. 2. What type of fire belongs to class C fire? – CLASS C - Flammable Gases. Examples:Methane, Butane, Propane.
  3. What is the after raised part of the deck? - superstructure
  4. What does a pilot boards the ship? - A pilot will board the ship to take her to a berth.
  5. What lines should sailors pass from the ship to the tugs? - heaving line, messenger line,

mooring line, head line, stern line, brest line, forward spring, aft spring

  1. What does the SAR vessel mean? - Search and rescue (SAR) is the search for and provision of aid to people who are in distress or imminent danger.
  2. What does Lima mean? - Stop Instantly
  3. Hold on the chain! - Задержать якорь-цепь!
  4. Get ready the spring! - Приготовить к подаче шпринг

10.  Lower down the ladder! - Спустить трап!

Ticket 19

  1. What radio messages will the cadets receive or transmit? - A Morse Code Message.
  2. What sailor must do in case of fire? – sound an alarm and to act according to the schedule
  3. After mooring who will come on board to clear the ship in? - Customs and immigration officers.
  4. What is the function of ballast tanks? - tanks are equipped to change a ship's trim and modify its stability.
  5. What type of fire belongs to class D fire? - CLASS D- Metals. Examples:Magnesium, Titanium, Aluminum.
  6. You have observed a small leak of oil at the manifold during discharging. What is your first action? – call immediately the person in charge (report to officer of the watch)
  7. What does Papa mean? - About to Sail
  8. Hand in the slack! - Выбрать слабину!
  9. The anchor is clear! - Якорь чист!

10.  Make fast the bow (stern) tugs rope! - Крепить носовой (кормовой) буксирный конец!

Ticket 20

  1. What is the fastest cargo category? - Containers are the “fastest” cargo category. Containerized cargo includes everything from auto parts and machinery components to shoes, toys, frozen meat and seafood.
  2. 2. Where do the cadets of the navigation department keep watch? - Cadets are trained in
  3. 3. Navigation, Shiphandling and Cargo Handling
  4. What are pump man’s duties? - performs all the work necessary for the safe and proper operation of the liquid cargo transfer system.
  5. What does SOLAS mean? - Safety of Life at Sea
  6. What types of tankers do you know? - ULCCS, SUEZMAX, AFRAMAX, PANAMAX AND HANDYSIZE
  7. When is Holger-Nielsen method used? – Holger-Nielson method is used for manual artificial respiration.
  8. What does Uniform mean? - Standing into Danger
  9. Stand by for mooring! - Аврал, приготовиться к швартовке!

10.  Make fast bow spring! - Закрепить носовой шпринг

11.  Ship the fenders! - Подвести кранцы!

Ticket 21

  1. What types of ship do you know? - Bulk Carrier, Combination Carrier, Container Ship, Gas Carrier, General Cargo Carrier and Ro/Ro, Ore Carrier, Passenger Ship, Tanker for Chemicals, Tanker for Oil
  2. What Conventions regulate the carriage of dangerous goods? - The International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG)
  3. What does OBO mean? - OBO Ships which carry a combination of ore, bulk and oil
  4. What must the sailor bring to the seat of the fire? – Fire extinguisher and is sprayed with a straight spray.
  5. What does a midship mean? - the part between the hull is called midship
  6. When converting from "dry" cargo to crude oil, what would you do? – Clean and washes cargo from oil. Sweep holds, clean first and lift out solid residues manual prior washing. Wash again lift out remaining wet residues.
  7. What does Papa mean? - About to Sail
  8. I am commencing towing! (Commence towing!) - Начинайте буксировать!
  9. Starboard! - Право руль!

10.  The chain is leading aft. - Якорь-цепь смотрит назад!

Ticket 22

  1. What are two basic classes of marine cargo? - bulk cargo and general cargo
  2. What sailor must do at the boat alarm? - Act according to boat alarm schedule.
  3. What covers a hull? - paint
  4. What is the forward raised part of the deck? – upper deck
  5. What type of fire belongs to class E fire? - CLASS E- Electrical fires.
  6. What does Oscar mean? - Man Overboard
  7. The extinguishing agent which can be applied on any fires of class A, B or C is: - Multi-Purpose powder
  8. The towing hawser is fast! - Буксир закреплён!
  9. Ship the fenders! - Подвести кранцы!

10.  The headline is ready! - Носовой продольный приготовлен!

Ticket 23

  1. What life saving equipment do you know?
  2. What does SOLAS mean? - Safety of Life at Sea
  3. What will you tow the ship to her berth? - by tug
  4. What is the foremost part of the hull? - foremost part is called the bow
  5. What type of fire belongs to class F fire? – CLASS F- Cooking oil and fat.
  6. When do Electric burns occur? - An electrical burn is a burn that results from electricity passing through the body causing rapid injury.
  7. A person wearing an anti-exposure suit shall be able to: - jump from a height of not less than 4.5m into the water without damaging the suit or being injured (climb up and down a vertical ladder of at least 5 m. in length.)
  8. Hand in slack! - Выбрать слабину!
  9. Veer out cheerly! - Травить помалу!

10.  Heave in the chain! - Выбрать якорь-цепь!

Ticket 24

  1. What is the Chief Engineer responsible for? - Chief Engineer is responsible for all operations and maintenance of all engineering equipment throughout the ship.
  2. Where does a radio officer keep watch? - in the radio-room and are responsible for radio-communications.
  3. What does STCW mean? - Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers
  4. What is a sailor’s main job on deck? – painting and scrubbing the deck
  5. What is the difference between liners and Tramps? - Liner Service – is a service that operates within a schedule. A Tramp Service has no fixed routing or schedule.
  6. What doors must the sailor close at the general emergency alarm? - Fire fighting doors, water tighting doors
  7. What is the rearmost part of the hull? - Stern is the rear-most part of the hull
  8. What does Juliet mean? - On Fire; Keep Clear
  9. Steer for the buoy! - Держать на буй!

10.  Let go fore and aft! Cast off all lines! - Отдать все концы!

Ticket 25

  1. How many departments are usually on board the ship? - deck and the engine department.
  2. Who is responsible for work of sailors? – Boatswain
  3. What does VHF mean? - Very High Frequenc
  4. What dangerous goods do you know? - Explosives; gases; flammable liquids or substances.
  5. What are three typical decks? - there are usually three decks: the main deck, the upper deck and the lower deck.
  6. What are the signs of unconsciousness? – Signs of unconsciousness may be recognized: eyes and movements.
  7. What does Whiskey mean? - Require Medical Assistance
  8. Steer the course! - На курс!
  9. Hard a starboard! - Право на борт!

10.  Put the windlass in gear! - Соединить брашпиль!

Ticket 26

  1. Who is the head of the Deck department? – Chief Officer
  2. What fire fighting appliances do you know? - Extinguishers - Foam, Dry-Powder, Water and CO2
  3. What does LOA mean? - A ship’s Length Overall (LOA) is measured in feet and inches from the extreme forward end of the bow to the extreme aft end of the stern.
  4. What oceans do you know? - the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Southern Ocean, the Arctic Ocean
  5. What types of bulk cargo do you know? - Bulk cargo consists of a single commodity and includes liquid bulk cargo and dry/break bulk cargo (such as oil, salt, scrap metal, grain, logs and wood chips, etc).
  6. What mooring arrangement do you know? - Breast Line, Bow Spring Line, Stern Spring Line, Stern Breast Line
  7. What does Mike mean? - I Am Stopped
  8. Give the bow spring! - Вира носовой шпринг
  9. The anchor is apeak! - Якорь на панере!

10.  Increase your speed! - Увеличить ход!

Ticket 27

  1. What types of ships do you know? - Bulk Carrier, Combination Carrier, Container Ship, Gas Carrier, General Cargo Carrier and Ro/Ro, Ore Carrier, Passenger Ship, Tanker for Chemicals, Tanker for Oil
  2. What is the difference between Tramps and Liners? - Liner Service – is a service that operates within a schedule. A Tramp Service has no fixed routing or schedule.
  3. What does GRT mean? - Gross register tonnage
  4. Where do the cadets of the port operation department keep watch to improve their skills?
  5. What anchoring arrangements do you know? - windlass, winch shackle, chain, cable, anchor chain, stopper.
  6. What is the typical location of the bridge? – in the superstructure
  7. What does India mean? - Altering Course to Port
  8. Examination of CVS consists of... a) skin and nails b) pulse rate and blood pressure
  9. Stand by starboard! - У правого  якоря стоять!

10.  Heave the fenders ready! - Приготовить кранцы!

Ticket 28

  1. What does IMO mean? - International Maritime Organization
  2. What is the Master responsible for? - responsible for its safe, cargo operations, navigation, crew
  3. When must sailor screw the drain plug?
  4. What is there inside the hull? - There are frames, beams and the keel inside the hull.
  5. What are the major components of any ship? - Every vessel has a hull, propulsion and steering systems, compartments, holds, Funnel, Propeller, Anchor, Superstructure
  6. What are the signs of shock? – face and lips look pale, pulse may become slow, cold skin
  7. What does Hotel mean? - I have a pilot on board
  8. How is the chain leading? - Каксмотритякорь-цепь?
  9. Steer for the leading light! - Держать на створы!

10.  Give two ropes to the tug! - Подайте на буксир два конца!

Ticket 29

  1. Who are the members of the Deck Department? - Master, C/O; 2nd, 3rd Off; Boatswain; AB, O
  2. What does SOLAS mean? - Safety of Life at Sea
  3. What are the Boatswain's duties? - A Boatswain is in charge of the deck crew and equipment.
  4. What will you do during your watch at the gangway? - He meets all the visitors. He says, “Your identification please”. If he has any problems he must report them to officer of the watch. He must keep the gangway area clean. He must inspect the aft mooring lines regular intervals.  And of course must answer all the phone calls. In this case he says, “Hello, this is the m/v  A”
  5. What sailor must do in case of flooding? - Act according to a flooding plan.
  6. Which muscle is the most persevering one in the body? – the hearth
  7. 7. What does Foxtrot mean? - I am disabled
  8. By what means is life raft fixed to the hull? - Hydrostatic Release Unit
  9. Make fast the chain! - Закрепить якорь-цепь!

10.  All gone fore and aft! - Все концы отданы!

Ticket 30

  1. Who is the Master's main assistant? - Chief Officer
  2. Who is in charge of the deck crew? - A Boatswain is in charge of the deck crew and equipment.
  3. Why must the seaman be skilled and well qualified?
  4. What does COLREG mean? - Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea
  5. What are OS duties? - OS’ duties typically include the deck equipment maintenance.
  6. What are the major world’s rivers? - Nile, Amazon, Mississippi, Amur, Lena, Congo
  7. What are four cardinal positions? - cardinal points are the North, the South, the East and the West.
  8. What types of fractures do you know? – simple, compound, complicated, comminuted, depressed, imparted, (open and closed).
  9. Check the stern line! - Задержать кормовой продольный!
You are standing into danger. - Вы идёте к опасности!
 

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