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1. C9 - You are proceeding along the right bank of a narrow channel aboard a righthanded singlescrew vessel. The vessel starts to sheer due to bank suction/cushion effect. You should:

 

2. C9 - You are pushing a tow ahead and passing close to another towboat which is pushing ahead in the same direction (you are overtaking). After the towheads pass close alongside __________.

 

3. C9 - You are pushing a tow ahead, at high speed, near the right hand bank of a canal. The forces affecting your towboat and tow will tend to __________.

 

4. C9 - You are steaming in a heavy gale and find it necessary to heave to. Under most circumstances,what is the best thing to do?

 

5. C9 A channel is stated as having a controlling depth of 38 feet. Which statement is TRUE?

 

6. C9 A crewman has not been seen on board for the past three hours. What type of turn is BEST in the man overboard situation?

 

7. C9 A disabled vessel is in danger of grounding. The Master agrees to salvage services in accordance with Lloyd’s Standard Form of Salvage Agreement. Which of the following is true?

 

8. C9 A hurricane moving northeast out of the Gulf passes west of your position. You could expect all of the following EXCEPT the what?

 

9. C9 - A ship is having a slow speed, by using the backing maneuver, when does the ship is considered to be dead on the water?

 

10. C9 - A ship is turning around a point called the pivot point. What is the position of this invisible point when the ship is dead in the water?

 

11. C9 - A towing vessel becomes tripped while towing on a hawser astern. What factor is MOST important when assessing the risk of capsizing?

 

12. C9 - A tropical storm is building strength some distance from your ship. Waves are coming from the east,with periods increasing from 5 seconds to 15 seconds. The swell is from the east. Where was the storm when these new swells were generated?

 

13. C9 - A twin screw vessel while moving ahead has an advantage over a single vessel because:

 

14. C9 - A twinscrew vessel moving astern with both engines backing, with rudders amidships and negligible wind, will back:

 

15. C9 - A vessels bow thruster is usually quite effective at a speed of up to how many knots?

 

16. C9 - After an explosion, when should repair of machinery and services be accomplished?

 

17. C9 - 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:

 

18. C9 - An ocean tow is sinking in deep water. Attempts to sever the towing hawser are unsuccessful. Which action should now be taken?

 

19. C9 - As a general rule, a ULCC should not have a speed in any direction greater than what speed when touching berth?

 

20. C9 - As the propeller turns, voids are formed on the trailing and leading edges of the propeller blades causing a loss of propulsive efficiency, pitting of the blades, and vibration. How these voids are known as?

 

21. C9 - Assuming that your vessel is in a damaged condition and you have just beached the ship. What would be your immediate actions?

 

22. C9 - Attempts to sever the towing hawser are unsuccessful. Which action should now be taken?

 

23. C9 - Chapter IV of the International Conference on Salvage (1989) is about Salvage “Claims and Actions”. What is NOT a condition for a salvage claim?

 

24. C9 - During SAR operations the CIC must monitor SAR and distress communication radio frequencies, what is the recommend actions besides appropriate search areas and procedures to the Bridge?

 

25. C9 - During the voyage she encountered boisterous winds and heavy weather during which time what the vessel acted heavily and to such an extent that at times it was necessary to change course?

 

26. C9 - Especially in adverse weather, risk of collision with an offshore supply vessel increases when the vessel is moored to what side of the unit?

 

27. C9 - From the point where the rudder is put over to any point on the turning circle, the distance a vessel moves parallel to the original course is known as:

 

28. C9 - Head reach, in stopping distance of vessels, can best be described as the :

 

29. C9 - How does an icebreaker normally free a ship which has become beset while navigating independently?

 

30. C9 - If a crewmember has fallen overboard during the hours of darkness and you immediately execute a Williamson turn, what is the primary advantage of this maneuver under these circumstance exams?

 

31. C9 - If the draft is nearly equal to the depth of the water, a vessel traveling down a narrow channel may set off the nearer side. This effect is known as:

 

32. C9 - If there is no slip, what is called as the distance that a ship moves forward with each revolution of its propeller?

 

33. C9 - If you are caught in the left semicircle of a tropical storm, in the Southern Hemisphere, where should you bring the wind?

 

34. C9 - In docking, when approaching the berth at one knot, how many meters is the ships advance in one minute?

 

35. C9 - In order to minimize the squat effect, what action should be done?

 

36. C9 - In restricted channel, what do you call the tendency of a vessel being pushed away from the bank?

 

37. C9 - In shiphandling in heavy weather, you notice your vessels screw is being lifted clear of the water and racing. One way to correct this would be to:

 

38. C9 - It is a particular professional knowledge regarding own ship various methods available and how to change over to secondary from primary methods. What is these knowledge about?

 

39. C9 - It is the term used for the impact between two vessels when one of them is in motion and the other one is stationary.

 

40. C9 - One of your crew members falls overboard from the starboard side. You should IMMEDIATELY:

 

41. C9 - Quickwater begins to move forward, up the ships side, when the ship is making a speed approximately ________ knot, and the quickwater reaches the ships midships section when the ship moving at a speed of ________ knots.

 

42. C9 - The action necessary to transfer the steering control from the wheelhouse to local control in order to use the steering gear room trick wheel, is to:

 

43. C9 - The maneuver which will return your vessel in the shortest time to a person who has fallen overboard is:

 

44. C9 - The pivot point of a vessel when going ahead is located:

 

45. C9 - The propeller stopped with the rudder in hard over position. The vessel is turning slowly. In order to make her turn faster without increasing forward speed, give:

 

46. C9 - The tendency of a vessel being attracted bodily towards the bank is known as:

 

47. C9 - The term kick, in relation to the turning circle of a ship, means the distance or throw of a vessels stern from her line of advance upon putting the helm to ________.

 

48. C9 - These propeller are in turning but the shaft revolves always in the same direction the astern power being obtained by reversing the pitch of the screws:

 

49. C9 - 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?

 

50. C9 - What an operator should be cautious of when steering a tow downstream around the shape of a sand bar, and staying on the proper side of the buoys?

 

51. C9 - What are the forces that act and play a role in determining the position of pivot point?

 

52. C9 - What do you call when the cable nips round the stern and breaks the anchor out of its holding ground?

 

53. C9 - What fact you must be aware of when using the anchor to steady the bow while approaching a dock?

 

54. C9 - What is a common occurrence when a vessel is running into a shallow water?

 

55. C9 - What is called as the use of an anchor to assist in turning in restricted waters?

 

56. C9 - What is the CORRECT way to do when making way in heavy seas and you notice that your vessels screw is being lifted clear of the water and racing?

 

57. C9 - What is the diameter of a circle called which traversed by a vessel after running through 360 degrees and maintaining the same speed and rudder angle?

 

58. C9 - What is the recommended method if you must land on a beach with an oarpropelled lifeboat through a heavy surf?

 

59. C9 - What maneuver will return your vessel in the shortest possible time to a person who has fallen overboard?

 

60. C9 - What must you be aware of the fact when using the anchor to steady the bow while approaching a dock?

 

61. C9 - What should you expect when you encounter a tsunami in the open ocean?

 

62. C9 - What will happen to the bow when your vessel is backing on the starboard screw, and going ahead on the port screw?

 

63. C9 - What will happen when using a sea anchor with the survival craft?

 

64. C9 - What will you do if you are helmsman and the OOW (officer on watch) gives you the order: Hard a starboard and after a while the order: Meet her

 

65. C9 - What will you do if you are helmsman and the OOW (officer on watch) gives you the order: Port 20 and after a while the order: Ease your helm

 

66. C9 - What will you do if you are helmsman and the OOW (officer on watch) gives you the order: Starboard ten

 

67. C9 - When a parallel track search pattern is being carried out, the course of the search units should normally be which of the following?

 

68. C9 - When a tug is pulling on a hawser at right angles to the ship, on the ships engine, what care must be taken by the pilot?

 

69. C9 - When a vessel is using one anchor her bow and stern line to the L Jetty she said to be:

 

70. C9 - When making way in heavy seas you notice that your vessels screw is being lifted clear of the water and racing. One way to correct this would be to:

 

71. C9 - When steering a tow downstream around the shape of a sand bar, and staying on the proper side of the buoys, what an operator should be cautious of?

 

72. C9 - When underway with a tow, you are required to notify the Coast Guard in which casualty situation?

 

73. C9 - When your ship is going full speed ahead with no wind and no current, where do you think the pivot point is located?

 

74. C9 - Which flight pattern indicates that the pilot needs assistance or that the aircraft’s transmitter has failed but its receiver still operates?

 

75. C9 - Which of the following action should you take if a crew member has just fallen overboard off your port side?

 

76. C9 - Which statement concerning the handling characteristics of a fully loaded vessel as compared with those of a light vessel is FALSE?

 

77. C9 - While alongside port side the dock, your vessels bow line parts due to strong winds and begins to fall away from the docks. What should you do?

 

78. C9 - While approaching berth without the assistance of tugs, what is the usual precautions made by pilot to make sure that your vessel is in safe situation?

 

79. C9 - While your vessel is impaired by stormy weather, a pumproom is suspected of accumulating gases after a ventilation machinery breakdown. Where should the combustible gas indicator case be placed when testing the pumproom atmosphere for combustible gases?

 

80. C9 - With rudders amidships and negligible wind, a twinscrew vessel moving astern with both engines backing will back:

 

81. C9 - You are 15 feet off a pier and docking a vessel using only a bow breast line and stern breast line. Once the slack is out of both lines you begin to haul in on the bow breast line. What is the effect on the vessel?

 

82. C9 - You are anchored in the Aleutian Island chain and receive word that a tsunami is expected to strike the islands in six hours. What is the safest action?

 

83. C9 - You are docking a vessel in a slip which has its entrance athwart the tide. You land the ship across the end of the pier, stemming the tide, preparatory to breaking the ship around the corner. You have one tug to assist. Where would you generally tie up the tug?

 

84. C9 - You are docking a vessel starboard side to with the assistance of two tugs. What are you going to ensure while you are attempting to hold the vessel off by operating both tugs at right angles to the vessel and at full power?

 

85. C9 - You are docking a vessel starboard side to with the assistance of two tugs. You are attempting to hold the vessel off by operating both tugs at right angles to the vessel and at full power. What should you ensure?

 

86. C9 - You are docking a vessel. What is the aspect wind and current are most favorable?

 

87. C9 - You are docking an oceangoing single-screw vessel under normal circumstances with a single tug. When do you usually use the tug?

 

88. C9 - You are heading in a northerly direction when you come across an easterly current. Your vessel will __________.

 

89. C9 - You are in charge of a twinscrew vessel going ahead with rudders amidships. If suddenly the port screw stops turning, the bow will:

 

90. C9 - You are in the confined waters. What is the danger in this situation if you should loose engine power?

 

91. C9 - You are landing a single-screw vessel with a left-handed propeller, starboard side to the dock. As you approach the dock you back your engine with your rudder amidships. What should you expect the vessel?

 

92. C9 - You are making a sharp turn in a channel and using a buoy four points on the bow to gauge your rate of turn. If you observe the buoy moving aft relative to you, what should you do?

 

93. C9 - You are making a sharp turn in a channel and using a buoy four points on the bow to gauge your rate of turn. If you observe the buoy moving forward relative to you, what should you do?

 

94. C9 - You are maneuvering a vessel with a righthand propeller. The rudder is amidships. What will generally back the vessels bow?

 

95. C9 - You are meeting with another ship in confined waters. What can happen as the ships approach each other?

 

96. C9 - You are mooring to a buoy. You should approach the buoy with the current from where?

 

97. C9 - You are on watch and see a man fall overboard. Which man overboard turn should NOT be used in this situation?

 

98. C9 - You are on watch at sea on course 90 degrees. A man falls overboard on your starboard side. You immediately execute a Williamson turn. Which step is NOT a part of a Williamson Turn?

 

99. C9 - You are performing an overtaking maneuver in confined waters. What should you watch out for?

 

100. C9 - You are planning to anchor in an area where several anchors have been lost due to fouling. As a precaution, whar should you do?

 


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