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theory and practice of navigating, directing the course of a ship.
speaking more than one language.
formal agreement between countries.
carried or used aboard a vessel.
being on duty aboard a ship for a period of time.
serious danger to ship, crew and passengers. Uses Pan Pan.
serious and immediate danger to ship, crew or passengers. Uses Mayday.
imminent risk for navigation. Uses Securité.
vessel damaged in such a manner as to be incapable of proceeding.
vessel moving uncontrollably by current, tide or wind.
vessel unable to manoeuvre as requiered by the COLREGs.
vessel turned over.
vessel destroyed, sunk, or abandoned at sea.
vessel still afloat, abandoned at sea.
vessel secured by ropes or made fast to the shore or anchors.
vessel restricted by her ability to manoeuvre by the nature of her work.
vessel not at anchor, or made fast to the shore or aground.
My work on deck involves chipping, rusting, painting, lubricating fittings, cleaning various areas. I also do a watch under tu supervision of the OOW.
I supervise all ABs during deck maintenance and repair. I respond to the Chief Officer.
creates the daily menus, orders and stocks food.
is in charge of the engine department and is responsible for its personnel and proper operation.
is the head of the deck department. Is in charge of the ship’s cargo and the deck crew.
Supervises the work of the Steward’s department.
I do sheet-metal work, welding, and plumbing.
I clean the galley, the mess, and the living areas. I serve meals.
the work is to make sure that the bridge electronics, navigational, and alarm systems, as well as the ship’s lights are in good working order.
I am senior only to the wiper. I make rounds in the E/R and assist as directed by officers.
work similar as AB but without steering, concentrates more on cleaning. Needs additional sea time to get qualifications to be promoted to AB.
responsibility for items such as firefighting equipment, lifeboats, and emergency systems.
I prepare and cook food.
keeps and E/R watch and reports directly to the Chief Engineer about the daily maintenance and operation of the engine department.
is responsible for all aspects of navigation while at sea and is in charge of the cargo watch while at port.
I clean the officers’ rooms and the galley area.
is the representative of the company that owns the ship. Is responsible for the well-being of the crew and the vessel itself.
keeps and E/R watch and is responsible for the smooth operation of all engine room systems. .
responsible for all safety inspections and the upkeep of all Life Saving Appliances and Fire-fighting equipment on board. .
responsible for cleaning various engine spaces. I wipe down the machinery and keep it clean. .
behind of.
in front of the ship.
in the middle of the ship.
behind the ship.
the fore part of the ship.
here you navigate.
transport cargo in bulk as dry bulk (coal, grain, iron ore) or liquid bulk (chemicals and petroleum products).
partitions that have watertight doors.
here you sleep.
where cargo is stored.
they lift and move the cargo, assist in loading and discharging.
their cargo is carried in intermodal containers.
fitted with a drilling apparatus that can drill below the seafloor, looking for new oil or gas.
passenger-car ferries have suitable facilities for passengers who travel longer routes.
at the bow / at the stern.
located fore, here you find the windlass for the anchor.
in front of.
from where the exhaust gases that come from the engine room are released into the air.
here you cook.
they can transport cargo in various shapes and sizes. Cargo is transported in break bulk.
here you work out.
hatch covers are watertight and protect the hold.
here you get first aid or basic medical treatment.
here you wash your clothes.
they carry extremely dangerous cargo, explosive gas, kept below at freezing temperatures.
here you watch TV with the rest of the crew.
the most important deck.
here you eat.
bulk carriers designed to function as tankers. Ore bulk oil carriers.
has a second set of mooring winches. Located near the fantail, on the aft.
here you send VHF radio messages.
have internal rails for taking trains.
tool for chaing course, direction or steering.
the aft section of the ship.
where you can find the accommodations. .
carry liquid cargo, not only oil, in tanks.
carry cars and trucks on a drive on / drive off basis.
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