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1. How should the number "6" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

2. How should the number "3" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

3. How should the number "2" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

4. How should the letter "T" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

5. When the GMDSS Radio Operator on watch hears "SECURITE" spoken three times he can expect to receive a message concerning __________.

 
 

6. Which radiotelephone signal indicates receipt of a distress message?

 
 

7. While proceeding towards a distress site you hear the message PRU-DONCE over the radiotelephone. Which action should you take?

 
 

8. A violation of the "Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act" may result in a __________.

 
 

9. If your bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone ceases to operate, you must __________.

 
 

10. Radio station logs involving communications during a disaster shall be kept by the station licensee for at least __________.

 
 

11. The ship station license for your radiotelephone is valid for __________.

 
 

12. The operator of the ship's radiotelephone, if the radiotelephone is carried voluntarily, must hold at least a __________.

 
 

13. Under the "Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act", the maximum power of all transmitters used shall be not more than __________.

 
 

14. The date and time kept in the radiotelephone log shall commence at __________.

 
 

15. C7 - The AMVER system for vessels in the Gulf of Mexico is administered by the __________.

 

16. C7 - AMVER is a system which provides __________.

 

17. C7 - When making VHF radio calls to nearby stations, what level of transmitting power should you use?

 

18. C7 - When sending and receiving messages on the marine radio, confusion over unusual words can be avoided by using the __________.

 

19. C7 - Which satellite system promulgated Maritime Safety Information?

 

20. C7 - How is "radio silence" imposed?

 

21. C7 - How does a coast radio station communicating by HF radio normally identify itself?

 

22. C7 - When communicating on the radiotelephone using plain English, what procedure word indicates the end of my transmission and that a response is necessary?

 

23. C7 - If you are transmitting a distress message by radiotelephone you should __________.

 

24. C7 - Any person maintaining a listening watch on a bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone must be able to __________.

 

25. C7 - You are piloting a vessel, which is required to have a radiotelephone, on the navigable waters of the United States. You must __________.

 
 
 
 

26. C7 - You wish to communicate by radiotelephone with a foreign vessel using the International Code of Signals. This is indicated by the signal __________.

 

27. C7 - What is the International Code signal for calling an unknown station using flashing light?

 

28. C7 - The radiotelephone safety message urgently concerned with safety of a person would be prefixed by the word __________.

 

29. C7 - The signal "AS" when used in signaling by the International Code of Signals means "________________".

 

30. C7 - When using the International Code of Signals to communicate, the end of a radiotelephone transmission is indicated by the signal __________.

 

31. C7 - If you receive the signal over radiotelephone of "Romeo Papa Tango" while using the International Code of Signals, you should __________.

 

32. C7 - You are calling another vessel by radiotelephone using the International Code of Signals. He responds with the words "Alpha Sierra". This indicates that __________.

 

33. C7 - When signaling a course using the International Code of Signals, the signal __________.

 

34. C7 - In restricted visibility, a power-driven vessel underway but stopped and making no way through the water shall sound which of the following fog signals?

 

35. C7 - What is the fog-signal for a power-driven vessel underway but stopped and making no way through the water?

 

36. C7 - How should you, as helmsman, give feedback to the OOW (officer on watch) that his orders are understood?

 

37. C7 - When you are steering on a pair of range lights and find the upper light is above the lower light you should:

 

38. C7 - The fog-signal for a vessel being towed (last vessel of the tow, if manned) is:

 

39. C7 - For a vessel engaged in fishing, what is her fog signal?

 

40. C7 - What is the main purpose of seaspeak?

 

41. C7 - By day, vessels engaged in pair trawling may display which of the following?

 

42. C7 - If the helmsman changes from right rudder to left rudder, or vice versa, in equal number of degrees. What is the helm command?

 

43. C7 - What is the equivalent fog signal of a "power-driven vessel, making way" in the International Code single-letter Signal?

 

44. C7 - 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"

 

45. C7 - In a narrow channel or fairway, the maneuvering and warning signal of a vessel intending to overtake another vessel on her port side is:

 

46. C7 - The last vessel of the tow (if manned) shall sound which of the following fog signals?

 

47. C7 - A vessel approaching a bend shall sound which of the following signals where other vessels may be obscured by an intervening obstruction?

 

48. C7 - In the following International Code single-letters, which is the equivalent fog signal of a "vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver"?

 

49. C7 - A vessel when she is towing shall sound what fog-signals?

 

50. C7 - It is the equivalent fog signal of a "vessel not under command" in the International Code single-letter Signal.

 

51. C7 - What is/are the content of table #1 of radiotelephony procedures? I. Nature of distress in code from the International code of signals II. Phonetic alphabets and figure spelling III. Position in code from the International code of signals

 

52. What is/are the content of table #1 of radiotelephony procedures? I. Nature of distress in code from the International code of signals II. Phonetic alphabets and figure spelling III. Position in code from the International code of signals

 

53. 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?

 
 

54. The AMVER system for vessels in the Gulf of Mexico is administered by the __________.

 
 

55. AMVER is a system which provides __________.

 
 

56. When making VHF radio calls to nearby stations, what level of transmitting power should you use?

 
 

57. When sending and receiving messages on the marine radio, confusion over unusual words can be avoided by using the __________.

 
 

58. Any person maintaining a listening watch on a bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone must be able to __________.

 
 

59. You wish to communicate by radiotelephone with a foreign vessel using the International Code of Signals. This is indicated by the signal __________.

 
 

60. What is the International Code signal for calling an unknown station using flashing light?

 
 

61. When using the International Code of Signals to communicate, the end of a radiotelephone transmission is indicated by the signal __________.

 
 

62. If you receive the signal over radiotelephone of "Romeo Papa Tango" while using the International Code of Signals, you should __________.

 
 

63. You are calling another vessel by radiotelephone using the International Code of Signals. He responds with the words "Alpha Sierra". This indicates that __________.

 
 

64. When signaling a course using the International Code of Signals, the signal __________.

 
 

65. A vessel which is being assisted by an icebreaker should indicate that she is ready to cast off the towline by __________.

 
 

66. An icebreaker assisting a vessel through an ice field would display a visual signal consisting of the code letter "I" (India) to signify that "___________________".

 
 

67. An icebreaker assisting a vessel through an ice field would display a visual signal consisting of the code letter "M" (Mike) to signify that "________________"

 
 

68. When more than one vessel is being assisted by an icebreaker, distances between vessels should be constant. Which signal should be given by a vessel which is ahead of another and whose speed suddenly begins to drop?

 
 

69. The Coordinator Surface Search in a SAR situation should display by day __________.

 
 

70. An icebreaker assisting a vessel through an ice field would display a visual signal consisting of the code letter "S" (Sierra) to signify that "________________"

 
 

71. A vessel which is being assisted by an icebreaker should indicate that he is ready to cast off the towline (if one is used) by __________.

 
 

72. An icebreaker assisting a vessel through an ice field would display a visual signal consisting of the code letter "E" (Echo) to signify that "________________"

 
 

73. A vessel which is being assisted by an icebreaker would display a flag hoist consisting of the code numeral "4" when the vessel __________.

 
 

74. Which of the signals listed is required to be displayed during the day while bunkering?

 
 

75. When bunkering at a dock which of the following signals must be displayed?

 
 

76. When evacuating a seaman by helicopter lift, which statement is TRUE?

 
 

77. You are proceeding to a distress site where the survivors are in liferafts. Which action will assist in making your vessel more visible to the survivors?

 
 

78. In the International Code of Signals, the code signal meaning "I require immediate assistance" is __________.

 
 

79. : If you are in urgent need of a helicopter, which signal code should you send?

 
 

80. What is the International Code signal for a decimal point between figures using flashing light?

 
 

81. While using the International Code of Signals, if the receiving station can distinguish the flag signal of the transmitting station, but cannot understand the meaning of it, the station can hoist the flag signal __________.

 
 

82. A signal indicating Greenwich mean time would be preceded with __________.

 
 

83. : Any person maintaining a listening watch on a bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone must be able to __________.

 
 

84. An oiler was badly burned and you are communicating with a passenger ship that has a doctor and hospital on board. You want to rendezvous in a certain position so the oiler can be evacuated for medical treatment. Which code should your message contain?

 
 

85. In the International Code of signals, a group of three letters indicates __________.

 
 

86. You receive a medical message that contains the code MSJ. This means "_____."

 
 

87. : If a crew member that was ill has died, which code should your message contain?

 
 

88. If an ill crew member is beginning to show signs of improvement, what code should your message contain?

 
 

89. If you are on the beach and are signaling to a small boat in distress that your present location is dangerous and they should land to the left, you would __________.

 
 

90. While operating off the coast of Portugal, a seaman is injured. What indicator should be used in a message requesting medical advice from a Portuguese station?

 
 

91. The nautical term "lee shore" refers to the __________.

 
 

92. What does the helm command "shift the rudder" mean?

 
 

93. What does "end for end" mean in regard to a towing hawser?

 
 

94. To lay out a towing hawser in a fore-and-aft direction so each bight is clear and can run out freely without snagging describes __________.

 
 

95. You hear on the radiotelephone the word "Securite" spoken three times. This indicates that __________.

 
 

96. A message warning of a tropical storm should be sent as a(n) __________.

 
 

97. You are communicating by radiotelephone using the International Code of Signals. What is the correct method of sending the group 1.3?

 
 

98. "PAN-PAN" repeated three times over the radiotelephone indicates which type of message will follow?

 
 

99. How should the number "7" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

100. How should the letter "O" be pronounced when spoken on the radiotelephone?

 
 

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