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1. C9 - You have made a turning circle at full speed in deep water. You are now going to make one with initial speed, slow ahead. Do you think the diameter will differ from that of initial full ahead?

 

2. C9 - You have made a turning test on full speed in deep water. You are now going to make a test in shallow water. Do you think the turning diameter will be the same?

 

3. C9 - Your course of action if you have to abandon ship and enter a liferaft should be:

 

4. C9 - Your engine is going astern and you pickup sternway. The rudder is amidships and you are operating on a single, righthanded fixed screw. How will your ship react?

 

5. C9 - Your vessel has grounded on a bar. What should you do?

 

6. C9 - Your vessel is a single-screw ship with a right-hand propeller. There is no current. What is the easiest way to make a landing?

 

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

 

8. C9 - Your vessel is being towed and you are using a tripping rope. What is the use of a tripping rope of fiber or wire?

 

9. C9 - Your vessel is going alongside a pier. Two tugs will assist at the mooring. Which position and how do you want to use the tugs?

 

10. C9 - Your vessel is going alongside. One tug will assist at the mooring. Which position and how do you want to use the tug?

 

11. C9 - Your vessel is navigating along a narrow channel at a slow speed with your starboard side near the right bank of a channel. What would be the best maneuver if your vessel suddenly sheers toward the opposite bank?

 

12. C9 - Your vessel is navigating along a narrow channel. The effect called bank cushion has which effect on the vessel?

 

13. C9 - Your vessel is off a lee shore in heavy weather and laboring. Which action should you take?

 

14. C9 - Your vessel is off a lee shore in heavy weather and laboring. Which action should you take?

 

15. C9 - Your vessel is port side to a pier with a spring line led aft from the bow. In calm weather, which direction when putting the engines ahead with the rudder hard left?

 

16. C9 - Your vessel is port side to a pier with a spring line led aft from the bow. What would be her response when putting the engines ahead with the rudder hard left in calm weather?

 

17. C9 - Your vessel is proceeding along a narrow channel. The effect called bank cushion has which effect on the vessel?

 

18. C9 - Your vessel is to dock bow first at a pier without the assistance of tugboats. Which line will be the most useful when maneuvering the vessel alongside the pier?

 

19. C9 - Your vessel is to turn in a narrow canal by use of one tug (turn to port with the bow). In which position and how would you use the tug?

 

20. C9 - Your vessel is to unmoor. Two tugs will assist at the unmooring. Which position and how do you want to use the tugs?

 

21. C9 A crew member has just fallen overboard off your port beam. Which of the following actions should you take?

 

22. C9 A person has just fallen overboard off your starboard side. Which action should you take?

 

23. C9 - A vessel is steaming near the coast of West Africa when it was accidentally grounded due to an error navigation. This is known as:

 

24. C9 - After grounding, extent of the damage to the ship can be determined by which of the following?

 

25. C9 - Anyone seeing a person in the water should immediately throw a lifebuoy and give alarm by:

 

26. C9 - By day, the horizontal motion of a white flag, or arms extended horizontally, by a person on the beach indicates __________.

 

27. C9 - By day, the signal meaning, "This is the best place to land" is a __________.

 

28. C9 - Clear instructions are issued in writing by Master at night order book, which is the most important reminder that he always wrote?

 

29. C9 - Damaged bulkheads often take a permanent set which is independent of the panting or bulge caused by water pressure. To control this, you should install:

 

30. C9 - Due to solid flooding forward, you must shore up a bulkhead which approximates a rectangle. The center of pressure of the shores on the bulkhead should be located:

 

31. C9 - During a rescue operations, a helicopter uses a special device for hoisting or lowering persons with rescue sling and a seating belt from the water or deck. This method is called:

 

32. C9 - During a stay in port, a towing wire is to be put out forward and aft. What is important to take care of regarding this wire?

 

33. C9 - During beaching operation, the approach should preferably be made at slow speed and at what angle to the beach?

 

34. C9 - During the patching holes in the hull of a vessel, pillows, bedding, and other soft materials can be used as

 

35. C9 - During the towing of a survival craft, a lookout should be on station to __________.

 

36. C9 - Following a collision or accident, the Master of each vessel involved must render assistance to persons affected by the collision or accident __________.

 

37. C9 - Following a grounding, you can best determine that a slack fuel oil tank has been holed by:

 

38. C9 - If the ship's bow has penetrated the side of the other ship in a collision it would be safe to:

 

39. C9 - If your ship is in collision in the waters of a foreign nations, which of the following is NOT a legal responsibility for the MASTER?

 

40. C9 - If your vessel is aground at the bow, it would be preferable that any weight removals be made from the __________.

 

41. C9 - In a rescue operation in heavy sea, you decide to hove to, the lifeboat should be:

 

42. C9 - 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.

 

43. C9 - In principle of shiphandling, which factor that a master or a pilot has no direct control of the ship?

 

44. C9 - In the event of collision in calm weather, the colliding ship should generally remain embedded:

 

45. C9 - The Coordinator Surface Search in a SAR situation should display by day:

 

46. C9 - The intentional grounding of a vessel as a result of a heavy weather damage, collision or other accidents, where water is being taken in so rapidly that the pumps are unable to cope up with it is called:

 

47. C9 - The ship should be abandoned when there is imminent danger of sinking, breaking up, fire or explosion, other circumstances that make remaining on board impossible and:

 

48. C9 - Upon colliding with another vessel in calm weather, the engines should be stopped. Which of the following would NOT immediately be done?

 

49. C9 - What action should the engineers take when your vessel is underway in a channel and all of a sudden the vessel runs a ground?

 

50. C9 - What is the possible damaged of a vessel aground listing to starboard side?

 

51. C9 - What prudent action would you take if you are the officer on watch on board a power driven vessel and you suddenly run into a fog bank?

 

52. C9 - What shall you do if you see a person falling into the sea?

 

53. C9 - What should be done by the first person to notice a man overboard incident?

 

54. C9 - What will be your first action to alarm the persons on board when your vessel runs aground?

 

55. C9 - When a crew member who is conscious has fallen overboard is being picked up by a lifeboat, how should the boat approach with the wind?

 

56. C9 - When making way in heavy seas you notice that your vessel's screw is being lifted clear of the water and racing. What would be the one way to correct this?

 

57. C9 - When personnel are lifted by a helicopter from an inflatable life raft, the personnel on the raft should:

 

58. C9 - Which of the following day visual distress signals detected by the use of:

 

59. C9 - Which of the following statements concerning a man overboard emergency is FALSE?

 

60. C9 - While your vessel is underway at sea and one of your crew member falls overboard from the starboard side. What should be the FIRST thing to do?

 

61. C9 - You are a laden tanker which has collided with a smaller vessel. What should your first action be?

 

62. C9 - You are approaching a distressed which is on fire in order to remove survivors. Your approach should be:

 

63. C9 - You wish to send a DSC-message because of a m.o.b. situation and assistance by other ships is required. You have to choose the category:

 

64. C9 - Your ship is steaming at night with the gyro pilot engaged when you notice that the vessel's course is slowly changing to the right. Which of the following actions should you take FIRST?

 

65. Your ship is going full ahead as you start to slow down. With no wind, where is the position of the pivot point now?

 
 

66. A seaman is reported missing in the morning and was last seen after coming off the midwatch. Which type of turn would you use to return to the trackline steamed during the night?

 
 

67. A twin screw vessel is easier to maneuver than singlescrew vessel with the engines half ahead. If there is no wind or current and the rudder is amidships, which of the following will happen?

 
 

68. You are approaching a pier and intend to use the port anchor to assist in docking port side to. When would you NOT use the anchor?

 
 

69. You are docking a ship with a singlescrew tug assisting on your starboard bow. How should the tug be tied up if you are anticipating that she will have to hold your bow off while you stem the current?

 
 

70. You are landing a singlescrew vessel with a lefthanded propeller, starboard side to the dock. As you approach the dock you back your engine with your rudder amidships. What would you expect the vessel to?

 
 

71. You are docking an oceangoing singlescrew vessel under normal circumstances with a single tug. What the tug is usually used to?

 
 

72. You are landing a singlescrew vessel, with a righthand propeller, starboard side to the dock. When you have approached the berth and back the engine, what would you expect the vessel to?

 
 

73. Your vessel is a singlescrew ship with a righthand propeller. There is no current. What is the easiest way to make a landing?

 
 

74. Your ship is going full astern and making sternway. Where will the pivot point be located? No wind, current.

 
 

75. Your ship is going full ahead as you start to slow down. Where is the position of the pivot point now? No wind, current.

 
 

76. Your ship is dead in the water with the rudder amidships. As the righthanded screw starts to turn ahead,where does the bow will tend to go?

 
 

77. When navigating in deep water you experience a shallow sounding which is not indicated on the chart. What would you do?

 
 

78. A racetrack turn is used to recover a man overboard. The vessel is first steadied when how many degrees away from the original heading?

 
 

79. C9 - 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 necessary for the ship's safety?

 

80. C9 - You are stopped with no way upon your vessel at the pilot station. Your vessel is a large twinscrew ship. You must come around 180 degrees to board your Pilot. How should you use the engines and rudder to turn the ship fastest in the least amount of space?

 

81. You are the Master of a 500-gross ton passenger vessel operating on rivers. Your vessel accidentally runs aground. Under the regulations for passenger vessels, whom you must notify?

 

82. C9 - You are transiting a narrow channel. What can happen in this situation?

 

83. C9 - You are underway in heavy weather and your bow is into the seas. What should you do to prevent pounding?

 

84. C9 - You are using the anchor to steady the bow while maneuvering.What situation that yYou have the proper scope of anchor cable?

 

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