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1. Who shall insure that all records required by regulations are retained on board a mobile offshore drilling unit involved in a casualty?

 
 

2. On offshore drilling units, any reports of a casualty that are made are required to be retained on board for a period of at least __________.

 
 

3. Under the regulations for mobile offshore drilling units, you must submit a casualty report for which occurrence?

 
 

4. Normally Your vessel is on a voyage of three months duration. The number of sanitary inspections required is __________.

 
 

5. Good housekeeping on a vessel prevents fires by __________.

 
 

6. A change of a documented vessel's name can only be made by the __________.

 
 

7. Which category of able seaman is not authorized to be counted as an able seaman on a seagoing tug of over 100 gross tons?

 
 

8. To determine the number of able seamen required on an inspected vessel, you should check the __________.

 
 

9. The number of certificated able seamen and lifeboatmen required on a vessel is determined by the __________.

 
 

10. Who is responsible for establishing watches aboard a U.S. vessel?

 
 

11. The Master of any vessel bound on a voyage must apply to a district court when an allegation of unseaworthiness has been made to the Master by __________.

 
 

12. A vessel is found to be seaworthy after a complaint in writing to the American Consul by the Chief and Second Mates. The cost of the survey is to be paid by the __________.

 
 

13. Which U.S. Government agency can suspend or revoke a Merchant Mariner Credential for violating the load line act?

 
 

14. The Master of a passenger vessel which is not required to maintain an Official Logbook must keep a record of the number of passengers received and delivered from day to day. This record must be available for a period of __________.

 
 

15. A seaman assaults the Second Mate and injures him with a beer bottle while the ship is at sea. The incident is logged in the Official Logbook. In subsequent suspension and revocation proceedings against the seaman, according to the regulations, __________.

 
 

16. What is required to be entered into the Official Logbook?

 
 

17. Which item must be entered in the official log?

 
 

18. The master or individual in charge of a vessel prepares a certificate of discharge for each mariner being discharged from the vessel where the original discharge goes to the _________.

 
 

19. You are signing on your crew. Which is NOT authorized?

 
 

20. Your vessel is in a foreign port and you find that one of the crew members has been incarcerated for drunkenness. The Official Logbook shows that the seaman doesn't have funds to cover the costs of the fine. Which action should the Master take?

 
 

21. When paying off seamen in a foreign port, where a United States consul is not available, the release must be executed by the seamen and the __________.

 
 

22. When may a seaman on a vessel engaged in foreign trade be paid before earning the wages?

 
 

23. A seaman you have just discharged has a Continuous Discharge Book. Which statement is TRUE?

 
 

24. Total responsibility for shipping and discharging the seamen is that of the __________.

 
 

25. On which vessels may credentialed individuals be required to stand watch under the two-watch system, on voyages of more than 600 miles in length?

 
 

26. Which statement concerning a 298 GRT inspected tug engaged in towing from Seattle, WA, to Alaska is TRUE?

 
 

27. In terms of vessel manning, a watch is the __________.

 
 

28. Considering the manning requirements for U.S. vessels, your three watch cargo vessel has a deck crew of 20 people, exclusive of the officers. How many of these people do the manning regulations require to be Able Seamen?

 
 

29. While the COASTAL DRILLER is elevated, the out-of-level alarm indicates that hull inclination exceeds 0.3°. What should you do?

 
 

30. The person-in-charge of a mobile offshore drilling unit must be designated by the __________.

 
 

31. Prior to getting underway, the Master or person in charge of a MODU must __________.

 
 

32. When are fore and aft draft readings required to be entered in the unofficial logbook of a MODU?

 
 

33. When must the Master or person in charge of a MODU log the position of load line marks in relation to the surface of the water in the logbook?

 
 

34. It is the responsibility of the person in charge to __________.

 
 

35. You are the credentialed Master of a 100 GT towing vessel sailing coastwise. What percentage of the deck crew must be able to understand any order spoken by the officers?

 
 

36. The number of able seamen required on board is stated in the __________.

 
 

37. The number of certificated able seamen and lifeboatmen required on board is listed in the __________.

 
 

38. When anyone voluntarily deposits his/her Merchant Mariner Credential with a Coast Guard investigating officer, which of the following is TRUE?

 
 

39. Before arriving at the first U.S. port from foreign, you must fill out a Crewman's Landing Permit for each __________.

 
 

40. You are signing on a crew. Which person is presenting a Merchant Mariner's Document (MMD) that you should suspect as being invalid?

 
 

41. When an Official logbook is not required, an unofficial logbook is required to be kept aboard for review by a marine inspector for __________.

 
 

42. You are signing on a crew. When they present their Merchant Mariner Credential, you should suspect a fraudulent document if it has a single endorsement that says __________.

 
 

43. A majority of the crew requests a survey from the American Consul to determine a vessel's seaworthiness. The vessel is found unfit to continue her intended voyage. The Consul allows the vessel to sail to another port where deficiencies can be corrected. The crew must __________.

 
 

44. The Master may have his/her Merchant Mariner Credential suspended or revoked for which of the following?

 
 

45. A journal kept by the officer of the watch in which day to day happenings are recorded regarding the deck department is the __________.

 
 

46. Which logbook is required to be submitted to the Coast Guard?

 
 

47. Seeing that all hands are familiar with their duties, as specified in the muster list, is the responsibility of the __________.

 
 

48. The Shipping Articles shall be signed by each seaman and the __________.

 
 

49. While assigned to a 120 GRT vessel, you are required to sign "foreign" articles on a voyage from New York City to which port?

 
 

50. While assigned to a 106 GRT vessel, you are required to sign "foreign" articles on a voyage from San Francisco to which port?

 
 

51. A seaman leaves a vessel before it sails from a foreign port. He informs the Chief Officer that he won't return. After the vessel sails, the Chief Officer finds the seaman's work clothes in his locker. How should the Master handle this matter?

 
 

52. A vessel has been surveyed in a foreign port and found unseaworthy as a result of neglect. A seaman on this vessel is entitled to discharge and __________.

 
 

53. A copy of the Articles of Agreement, less the signatures, is required to be posted. What is this document called?

 
 

54. When may foreign credentialed personnel be employed on a US-flag towing vessel?

 
 

55. Who is responsible for properly manning a vessel in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations and international conventions?

 
 

56. On vessels over 100 gross tons, whose responsibility is it to ensure that all able seamen in the vessel's crew have the documents and qualifications required by law and regulation?

 
 

57. The terminology "able to understand any order spoken by the officers" refers to all of the following situations EXCEPT __________

 
 

58. How can the Coast Guard determine that a crew member is "able to understand any order spoken by the officers"?

 
 

59. The Officers Competency Certificates Convention of 1936 applies to all of these vessels operating seaward of the boundary line EXCEPT a/an _________.

 
 

60. Which party must ensure that legal work hour limitations (for both officers and crew members), rest periods and regulations governing work on Sundays and holidays are followed when the vessel is in a safe harbor?

 
 

61. The Master or person in charge of a MODU is required to log __________.

 
 

62. Prior to getting underway in fresh or brackish water, the Master or person in charge of a MODU must __________.

 
 

63. Records which must be retained on board after report of casualty to a MODU include the __________.

 
 

64. In the case of an injury causing a person to be incapacitated, the Master or person in charge of a mobile offshore drilling unit must submit a report to the __________.

 

65. Injuries resulting in loss of life or incapacitation, aboard vessels, must be reported to the __________.

 
 

66. You are the credentialed operator of a 100 GT towing vessel making coastwise runs. Which of the following must you do whenever a crew member is discharged from your vessel?

 
 

67. Considering the manning requirements for U.S. vessels (100 gross tons and above), your cargo vessel has a deck crew of 20 men, exclusive of the officers. How many of these men do the manning regulations require to be Able Seamen?

 
 

68. Which document shows details of a tank vessel, cargoes it may carry, manning and safety equipment required?

 
 

69. As Chief Officer of a vessel underway, it comes to your attention that the vessel is, in some manner, unseaworthy. Under such circumstances the Master is required to take action upon receiving __________.

 
 

70. an alien stowaway is discovered aboard your vessel, his name must be placed on the __________.

 
 

71. The official logbook is filed with the Officer in Charge, Marine Inspection (OCMI) __________.

 
 

72. A seaman dies during a voyage. What is NOT required to be entered into the Official Log?

 
 

73. Which log includes a statement of the conduct, ability, and character of each crew member on the completion of a voyage?

 
 

74. All of the following records are usually maintained by the watch-standing officers aboard a vessel EXCEPT the __________.

 
 

75. Preparation of muster lists and signing of same is the responsibility of the __________.

 
 

76. Shipping articles are a contract of agreement between the members of the crew and the __________.

 
 

77. While assigned to a 150 GRT vessel, you are required to sign "foreign" articles on a voyage from New Orleans to which port?

 
 

78. The forecastle card is a copy of the __________.

 
 

79. Your 199 GT tugboat is on a 675 mile coastwise voyage. What percentage of the deck crew must be Able Bodied Seamen?

 
 

80. You are the credentialed Master of a 199 GT uninspected towing vessel making a 500 mile coastwise trip. You carry a deck crew of six (6). Which statement is TRUE?

 
 
 
 

81. If the Master of a US-flag towing vessel replaces any crew member with a non-US citizen, he/she must ensure that the __________.

 
 
 
 

82. On a sea going towing vessel of 150 gross tons, there are six (6) seamen in the deck crew. How many certificated able seamen are required if the voyage is over 600 miles?

 
 

83. You are the credentialed operator of a 100 GT towing vessel sailing coastwise. What percentage of the deck crew must be able to understand the language commonly used onboard the vessel?

 
 

84. Which statement, concerning offshore supply vessel operations, correctly defines the length of a voyage?

 
 

85. The Master may require part of the crew to work when needed for __________.

 
 
 
 

86. Deckhands onboard towing vessels shall be divided into 3 watches when the trip exceeds __________.

 
 

87. You are signing on crew members. The minimum number of people required aboard, and the qualifications of each, is listed on the __________.

 
 

88. Prior to getting underway in fresh or brackish water, the Master must __________.

 
 

89. The Master or person in charge of a MODU shall ensure the crane record book shows __________.

 
 

90. When is the density of the water required to be logged in the logbook of a MODU?

 
 

91. Which statement is true regarding the forecastle card?

 
 

92. For towing vessels over 100 gross tons that are permitted to maintain a two-watch system, what percentage of the deck crew must be able seamen?

 
 

93. Deckhands onboard towing vessels shall be divided into 3 watches when on a trip exceeding __________.

 
 

94. A U.S. or foreign flag vessel that does not comply with the Officers Competency Certificates Convention of 1936 may be detained by certain designated officials. These officials include all of the following EXCEPT a/an __________.

 
 

95. During severe storms when survival becomes a major concern, it may become necessary to relieve high anchor tensions on the windward side of the unit by __________.

 
 

96. Survival practice in the mooring system is to slack off the tensions on the leeward side and __________.

 
 

97. The Master or person in charge of a MODU is required to log __________.

 
 

98. With regard to the opening and closing of watertight integrity appliances not fitted with a remote operating control or alarm system, what must the Master or person in charge of a MODU enter in the logbook?

 
 

99. On offshore drilling units, notification shall be given to the Coast Guard of a casualty if a person is injured and unable to perform routine duties for __________.

 
 

100. Who is responsible for reporting a casualty to a mobile offshore drilling unit?

 
 

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