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1. C6 - You saw a man aboard a vessel and he is raising and lowering his outstretched arms to each side. This means:

 

2. C6 - When are the Silence Periods on 2182 kHz MF?

 

3. C6 - An airplane wants a vessels to change course and proceed towards a vessel in distress. The actions of the aircraft to convey this message will NOT include:

 

4. C6 - How would the letter "I" be pronounced over the radiotelephone?

 

5. C6 - In a man overboard situation, besides saving distance along the track line, what is the other advantage of the Scharnow Turn over the Williamson Turn?

 

6. C6 - An aircraft has indicated that he wants you to change course and follow him. You cannot comply because of an emergency on board. What signal should you make?

 

7. C6 - What is the telephony urgency message like?

 

8. C6 - Using VHF 16 What would you say in a SAFETY call and message?

 

9. C6 - What is the safety call when giving warning to the vessel in the vicinity when your vessel had the engine breakdown?

 

10. C6 -During a search, a RU would like to communicate by VHF radio telephone on channel indicated, she must signal what code group?

 

11. C6 - How should the letter "O" be pronounced over the radiotelephone?

 

12. C6 - There are three levels of radio traffic which have priority over ordinary traffic. Which among these is TRUE in their decreasing order?

 

13. C6 - How is the letter "Q" pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 

14. C6 - What is the purpose of VHF Channel 06?

 

15. C6 - In a rescue operations, a helicopter uses a special device which patients, in most cases, are being disembarked. It can quickly and safely be hooked on and off.

 

16. C6 - In a distress situation, the two tone alarm signal should be followed immediately by the:

 

17. C6 - What is the telegraphy and telephony urgency message like?

 

18. C6 - How is the letter "T" pronounced when spoken over the radiotelephone?

 

19. C6 - On-scene communication among the rescue ships and aircraft in the vicinity of distress should be under the control of whom?

 

20. C6 - What safety message prefix is used to include a ship has important message to transmit concerning safety of navigation or meteorological warning?

 

21. C6 - What should be used when language difficulties exist which cannot be resolved by the used of the IMO Standard Marine Communication Phrases?

 

22. C6 - When using the International Code of Signals to communicate, the end of a radio telephone transmission is indicated by the signal:

 

23. C6 - Which of the following signals, used or exhibited either together or separately, indicate distress and need of assistance? i. the radiotelegraph alarm signal ii. A continuous sounding with any fog-signaling apparatus iii. Rockets of shells, throwing green

 

24. ECDIS allows the mariner to change the color palette that is used to display an ENC. Three different color tables have been designed to provide the maximum clarity and contrast between features on the display under three different lighting conditions on t

 
 

25. What is called as the database resulting from (1) the transformation of the electronic navigational chart (ENC) by ECDIS for appropriate use, (2) the updates to the ENC by appropriate means, and (3) the additional data added by the mariner?

 
 

26. What is the level of database information which cannot be removed from the ECDIS display and consists of information which is required at all times in all geographic areas and under all circumstances?

 
 

27. You are approaching the pilot station with the wind fine on the starboard bow and making about 3 knots. You can help to calm the seas by taking what action just before the pilot boat comes along on the port side?

 
 

28. You are steaming in the open ocean of the North Pacific between the Aleutian Chain and Hawaii. A warning broadcast indicates that an earthquake has occurred in the Aleutians and has generated a tsunami that is predicted to hit Hawaii. What action is neces

 
 

29. You are stopped with no way upon your vessel at the pilot station. Your vessel is a large twinscrew ship. You must come around 180degrees to board your Pilot. How should you use the engines and rudder to turn the ship fastest in the least amount of space?

 
 

30. Your ARPA has been tracking a target and has generated the targets course and speed. The radar did not receive a target echo on its last two scans due to the weather. What should you expect under these circumstances?

 
 

31. Your ARPA has two guard zones. What is the purpose of the inner guard zone?

 
 

32. Your Electronic Plotting Aid (EPA) has automatic speed inputs from the log. Due to currents, the log is indicating a faster speed than the speed over the ground. What should you expect under these circumstances?

 
 

33. An ECDIS required to display which one among the listed information?

 
 

34. An ECDIS units incorporate Digital Chart Data Formats, which include:

 
 

35. Any digitized chart intended for display on a computerized navigation system.

 
 

36. Data that is organized into many separate files and programs to produce certain symbols.

 
 

37. ECDIS should be able to perform all the following functions, except for what?

 
 

38. ECDIS uses the following units of measure EXCEPT:

 
 

39. It is an aid to navigation and when used on SOLAS regulated

 
 

40. It is the digital database from which electronic charts are produced.

 
 

41. Performance Standards for ECDIS is established by which agency?

 
 

42. Tha component of the IBS that provides a station where the operator can input warning parameters such as a minimum depth under the keel or maximum cross track error.

 
 

43. The primary function of ECDIS is to:

 
 

44. What is defined as the level of SENC info shown when ECDIS first turned on used for route planning and can be modified by mariner depending on needs?

 
 

45. When the electronic chart is part of an ECDIS, it must display the minimum data required by IMO/IHO, to include all of the following EXCEPT:

 
 

46. Which of the following is an ECDIS performance standard for the display of SENC information?

 
 

47. When should you use distress flares and rockets?

 
 

48. When sending a DSC call, the vessel's __________.

 
 

49. What does the DSC control unit do if the GMDSS Radio Operator fails to insert updated information when initiating a DSC distress alert?

 
 

50. Which action should be taken on receipt of a GMDSS Distress alert?

 
 
 
 

51. What is the fundamental purpose for imposing radio silence?

 
 

52. When can routine communications be resumed when radio silence has been imposed?

 
 

53. How is "radio silence" imposed?

 
 

54. What is the most appropriate action for a GMDSS Radio Operator to take in a distress situation where immediate help is needed, but the vessel is not sinking nor needs to be abandoned?

 
 

55. Which distress signal is required for a liferaft in ocean service and could be effectively used to attract the attention of aircraft at night?

 
 

56. Which statement about transmitting distress messages by radiotelephone is INCORRECT?

 
 

57. Which statement about AMVER reports is TRUE?

 
 

58. You see an iceberg that has not been reported. What kind of radio message do you transmit to warn others?

 
 

59. By regulation, orange smoke distress signals will expire not more than how many months from the date of manufacture?

 
 

60. Which statement concerning GMDSS distress alerts is TRUE?

 
 

61. Which visual distress signal is acceptable for daylight use only?

 
 

62. Which EPIRB transmits a distress alert that is received and relayed by an INMARSAT satellite?

 
 

63. How is a distress message normally initiated through INMARSAT?

 
 

64. Which system may be useful for messages, such as local storm warnings or a shore-to-ship distress alert, for which it is inappropriate to alert all ships in the satellite coverage area?

 
 

65. Which channel and mode should be used when initiating a Distress alert transmission?

 
 

66. What is the action that a GMDSS Radio Operator should take when a DSC distress alert is received?

 
 

67. Which step should be taken, if possible, when the vessel must be abandoned because of a distress situation?

 
 

68. If your rig is equipped with a SSB radio, what frequency would you use to initiate a distress call?

 
 

69. Which of the following statements relating to AMVER (Automated Mutual-assistance Vessel Rescue) is TRUE?

 
 

70. If a GMDSS radio operator initiates a DSC distress transmission but does not insert a message, what happens?

 
 

71. Which action should you take after sending a false Distress alert on VHF?

 
 

72. Which device provides the main means in the GMDSS for locating ships in distress or their survival craft?

 
 

73. A person who observes an individual fall overboard from an OSV should __________.

 
 

74. When abandoning a MODU, after launching the survival craft which of the following choices is your best action to take?

 
 

75. To assure safe boarding and launching of a davit-launched liferaft from a MODU, preparation should include which of the following choices?

 
 

76. C6 - When should you use distress flares and rockets?

 

77. C6 - An airplane should NOT send which signal in reply to a surface craft?

 

78. C6 - Which equipment is not a source of locating signals?

 

79. C6 - What is the action that a GMDSS Radio Operator should take when a DSC distress alert is received?

 

80. C6 - If there are a number of survivors in the water after abandoning ship, they should __________.

 

81. C6 - Which signal is recognized as a distress signal?

 

82. C6 - Which step should be taken, if possible, when the vessel must be abandoned because of a distress situation?

 

83. C6 - You are trying to rescue survivors from a wrecked vessel on fire. You should approach __________.

 

84. C6 - What is the smallest area containing all possible survivors and search object locations?

 

85. C6 - When sending a DSC call, the vessel's __________.

 

86. C6 - What does the DSC control unit do if the GMDSS Radio Operator fails to insert updated information when initiating a DSC distress alert?

 

87. C6 - What is the fundamental purpose for imposing radio silence?

 

88. C6 - How is "radio silence" imposed?

 

89. C6 - To recover a man overboard in a racetrack turn, the vessel is steadied for the SECOND time after a turn of how many degrees from the original heading?

 

90. C6 - The VHF radiotelephone frequency for Channel 14 is:

 

91. C6 - The VHF radiotelephone frequency for Channel 13 is:

 

92. C6 - Channel 70 for digital selective calling for Distress, Safety and Calling frequency operate at:

 

93. C6 - Channel 16 - Safety and calling frequency which operates in:

 

94. C6 - An urgent marine storm warning message would be broadcast on:

 

95. C6 - When planning the search, the CSS will first need to plot the datum and the initial most probable area. The radius of the center of datum is:

 

96. C6 - You are using a racetrack turn to recover a man overboard. The vessel is first steadied when how many degrees away from the original heading?

 

97. C6 - The Coordinator Surface Search (CSS) in a SAR situation should display by night:

 

98. C6 - Digital selective calling for Distress, Safety and Calling.

 

99. C6 - Distress, Safety and Calling Channel.

 

100. C6 - The Coordinator Surface Search in a SAR situation should display by day:

 


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