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Denizcilik İngilizcesi Soru Bankası 3

28-03-2013, 01:56 PM
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Çevrimdışı
1. A cloud of great width and an altitude of between 2000 and 7000 feet is called ……………..
1) nimbus
2) nimbostratus
3) stratus XX
4) cumulus
5) stratocumulus

2. A device for measuring pressure of atmosphere is known as a:
1) Windscale
2) Compass
3) Barometer XX
4) Blip
5) Shaft

3. A fire started in the main engine room of a vessel when at sea. Both main engines were stopped by the crew. The ship had full electrical power supply during the event due to having a separate auxiliary engine room. The crew used CO2 and water to start the fire, which was finally extinguished after about 4 hours.
Which of the underlined words must be changed to get a correct meaning?
1) at sea
2) stopped
3) used
4) start XX
5) finally

4. A male passenger, Selçuk Güneş, aged 35, has been ill for three days. His temperature is 39 and his pulse rate is 85. This is a description of a .....................................................
1) doctor’s state
2) nurse’s state
3) patient’s state XX
4) pupil’s state
5) customer’s state

5. A receipt of goods shipped on board a ship signed by the person (or his agent) who contracts to carry them, and stating the terms on which the goods are carried is known as ……………. .
1) Bill of Health
2) Bill of Lading XX
3) Bill of Bulkhead
4) Bill of Sale
5) Notice of Readiness

6. A safety message is sent whenever ………........……………..
1) There is an important navigational or meteorological warning XX
2) There is an urgent message about the safety of a ship
3) There is an urgent message about the safety of a person
4) Immediate assistance is required
5) There is loss of life

7. A ship’s position may be found by a ……………………………….
1) knots
2) navtex
3) GPS XX
4) cable
5) gmdss

8. A vessel overtaking another ………………………….…………… of the overtaken vessel.
1) must keep clear XX
2) must alter course
3) will be kept
4) shall keep out of the way
5) follow

9. A vessel which is able to load and discharge by itself is called .......................................
1) self-employed
2) self-serving
3) self-made
4) self-sustaining XX
5) non-self sustaining

10. A vessel which is not made fast to the shore, at anchor or aground and not moving through the water is ............
1) A vessel underway and making way
2) A vessel underway and misled
3) A vessel underway but not making way over the ground
4) A vessel underway and stopped XX
5) A vessel which is disabled

11. A vessel which is used for pulling or pushing a disabled vessel is known as a/an …………… .
1) Tug XX
2) OBO
3) Reefer
4) Dredger
5) Icebreaker

12. A VHF message isn’t made up of ……………………………………………..
1) Ship’s name and call sign
2) Ship’s position given by latitude and longitude
3) Distance and bearing from coast station
4) The name of the master XX
5) Ship’s next port of call

13. A wind which first blows from South, then changes direction to blow from the South East, then changes direction to blow from the East is said to be ..............
1) veering
2) backing XX
3) clockwise
4) freezing
5) funneling

14. A wind which first blows from South, then changes direction to blow from the South West, then changes direction to blow from the West is said to be ..............
1) anti-clockwise
2) deliberate
3) swelling
4) veering XX
5) backing

15. According to COLREG 1972 and its supplement, the master is not obligated to be on the bridge himself;
1) While checking whistles daily XX
2) While mooring
3) When there is poor visibility
4) While berthing
5) While passing through the restricted waters

16. According to the International Code of Signal, the statement “I must abandon my vessel ” is symbolized by means of the code letters ……………?
1) AE XX
2) BF
3) DX
4) HW
5) ED

17. According to this clause of a charter party, if loading operation is performed on holidays, time spent for loading ............................ ; otherwise, these days ...........................
1) shall count / shall not count XX
2) shall not count / shall count
3) is permitted / are not permitted
4) isn’t to be included in laytime / are to be included in laytime
5) should be excepted / should be accepted

18. Acil durumda tüm merdivenler ve çıkışlar aydınlatılacaktır.
Correct translation of this sentence into English is;
1) All stairways and embarkation stations shall be illuminated in an emergency.
2) All stairways and exits shall be illuminated before an emergency.
3) All stairways and exits shall illuminate in an emergency.
4) All stairways and exits shall be illuminated in an emergency. XX
5) All stairways and muster stations shall be lighted.

19. Air draught means the same as ...............
1) weight
2) length
3) height XX
4) width
5) size

20. “An oil derrick” is …………………………………………………..
1) a platform where all the needed machinery for drilling is mounted XX
2) all the equipment needed on the ground
3) where brokers and captains live
4) a machine used to dive into the sea bottom
5) an experienced greaser

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1. Arrival message does NOT include ………………………………..
1) nationality of the ship
2) call sign
3) position XX
4) last port
5) destination

2. Atmospheric pressure is usually given in ………………………………….
1) minibars
2) minimum
3) millenium
4) miles
5) milibar XX

3. “At its 20 th session in November 1997, 1MO’s Assembly adopted resolution A. 850 (20) on “The Human Element: Vision, Principles and Goals” and, at the 21 st Assembly in November 1999, IMO passed a resolution whereby the prime emphasis in the Organization’s work was shifted away from developing technical standards and towards the human factor. Resolution A. 900 (21) “Objectives of the Organization in the 2000s” pays particularly close attention to the importance of fostering a culture of maritime safety. This was deemed to be the Organization’s prime mission in the early years of the new millennium.”

According to the above paragraph, the resolution adopted at the 21 st assembly focused more on than.
1) developing technical standards / the human factor
2) the human factor / developing technical standards XX
3) the organization’s work / maritime safety
4) maritime safety / the human factor
5) the previous resolution / the one of the new millenium

4. Auxiliary vessels do not include .........................
1) cable layers
2) ice breakers
3) floating cranes
4) harbour tugs
5) fishing boats XX

5. Bir teknenin diğer bir tekne üzerine veya rıhtıma, iskeleye yanaşması;
1) Alongside
2) Berthing XX
3) Portside
4) Starboard
5) Afloading

6. By means of radio, the captain of a ship can talk with men in other ships or with men ashore. …......., or if bad weather is ahead, he can be told of it in time to change his course.
1) TV is a means of entertainment
2) Because of it, captains keep the radio under their pillows
3) Phone too, makes communication possible
4) Whatever, the captain should maintain his course
5) He can learn if it is safe for him to go on his destination XX

7. Careless and improper handling of cargo during loading and discharging operations, improper stowage, fastening and lashing, improperly laid dunnage or lack of dunnage altogether, insufficient ventilation or lack of it and poor separation of cargo may be considered as the main ones.

The passage is related with …………………………………………………..
1) crushing
2) pilferage
3) leakage
4) damage to cargo XX
5) ventilation

8. Cargo gear …………………………………………………………………………………
1) provides ventilation in the holds
2) sometimes called manholes leading to the lower compartments
3) protects the weather compartments below deck from waves
4) is a vital concern both for good seamanship and for the seaworthiness of the vessel
5) is used for purposes of loading and discharging XX

9. Coal shipped in wet condition .......................................................
1) loses weight
2) gains weight XX
3) weighs the same
4) has no loss in weight
5) has no difference in weight

10. COLREG defines a “vessel turning” as a vessel .................................................
1) making no move
2) making a small alteration in course
3) making a U turn
4) making a large alteration in course XX
5) not making any alteration

11. Communications within the ship are done by …………………..
1) VHF
2) Radio telegraph
3) Radiotelephone
4) An internal telephone system XX
5) Loudspeaker

12. Complete the following message with a proper message marker: “ .................... Obstruction in the fairway”
1) Warning XX
2) Request
3) Information
4) Advice
5) Instruction

13. Dear Sirs,

I regret to inform you that due to the stoppage of the separating valve of the bilge manifold some water from the ballast tank on port side was pumped overboard together with the oil contaminated bilge water from the shaft tunnel.

The cause of this contamination is purely technical and totally accidental.

The CHIEF ENGINEER OF THE M/V . . . . . . . . . . . . .

This correspondence is an example of
1) bunkering order
2) notification XX
3) damage to the ship
4) statement of sea protest
5) resume

14. Depth from waterline to vessel’s bottom is called;
1) keel
2) air draught
3) draught XX
4) freeboard
5) underkeel clearance

15. Displacement Tonnage of a ship is …………………………………………………….
1) The weight that a ship carries, when it is fully loaded with cargo,
2) The amount of water spilled out by a ship, when it floats at a specific condition XX
3) The total volume of all the closed spaces of a ship,
4) The sum of all weights including the cargo,
5) None of the above

16. Dredging operations by the M/V Gate from 10 Oct 13:00 hours to 11 Oct 03:00 hours in position 15˚ 34’N, 061˚ 29’W. Wide …………………………………………………..
1) channel needed
2) berth requested XX
3) assistance required
4) distances indicated
5) cases covered

17. Dünya sıcaklığındaki son değişimlerin nedenlerinden biri de ozon tabakasındaki deliktir. The English version would be ............
1) The late hole in the ozone layer is partly the result of changes in the world’s temperature
2) Due to global temperature change, you can expect a hole in the ozone layer
3) One of the reasons for the recent changes in the world temperature is the hole in the ozone layer XX
4) One reason for the hole in the ozone layer is nationwide change in temperature
5) The hole in the ozone layer was the result of a sudden change in the global temperature

18. Fire-fighting equipment …………………………………………………..
1) should be regularly checked. XX
2) might be driven
3) must be drawn
4) is loaded
5) is used for keeping liquid for foods

19. For classification survey,the following is to be kept on board and made available to the surveyor on request
1) Class certificates and other documentation of significance,
2) Reports on previous surveys performed,
3) Approved drawings,
4) All the above,
5) None of the above XX

20. For maintenance of class ………………………………………………………………….
1) U.S. Coast Guard controls must be performed by the Flag State,
2) The periodical(regular) and occasional(extraordinary) surveys must be performed, XX
3) Inspections by IMO officers for the ship’s documents must be performed,
4) The shipyard must control the ship,
5) The Port State Control should be performed.

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1. Going through water by force of wind with the help of the sails is known as:
1) Navigation
2) Steering
3) Propulsion
4) Sailing XX
5) Manoeuvering

2. Hydrographic survey information is used in the making of ............. of all scales.
1) charcoal
2) charters
3) charts XX
4) chalks
5) changes

3. “I am not under command” means ………………………..
1) I am not unable to manoeuvre as required by the Rules
2) I am unable to manoeuvre as required by the Rules XX
3) I am no different than what I was before
4) therefore I can keep out of the way
5) therefore I could keep out of the way

4. I am proceeding at reduced speed.
1) Geçitte ilerleyeceğim.
2) Limana ilerliyorum.
3) Düşük hızla ilerliyorum. XX
4) Hızımı arttırıyorum.
5) Puruvamdaki gemiyi geçeceğim.

5. “I am sinking”, “I am on fire”, “I am not under command”, “I am in collision” and “I am aground” are all ......
1) pilot request messages
2) way point messages
3) anchoring messages
4) clearence messages
5) incident messages XX

6. “I have herewith the pleasure in informing you that my vessel is in all respects ready to commence working as per above in accordance with terms of mentioned charter party. Yours faithfully.’’ Master
The above mentioned remark takes place in a/ an
1) notice of readiness XX
2) bill of lading
3) letter of credit
4) negotiable bill of lading
5) time charter party

7. “l need help” may be followed by ………………….………..
1) What is the anchor position for me?
2) I am sending a boat for you.
3) I have a long tow.
4) I am aground. XX
5) I am altering my course to port.

8. I will attempt rescue by breeches-buoy
1) Can kurtarma varagelesiyle kurtarmaya geliyorum
2) Can kurtarma varagelesiyle kurtulmaya çalışıyorum
3) Can kurtarma varagelesiyle kurtarmaya çalışacağım XX
4) Can kurtarma varagelesiyle kurtuldunuz
5) Can kurtarma varagelesiyle kurtuluyorsunuz

9. “Ice-breaker assistance is suspended until favourable weather conditions,” means
1) When the weather conditions get favourable ice- breaker assistance will resume XX
2) It is suspected whether ice- breaker assistance will be favourable or not.
3) No ice breaker assistance will be available even if the weather conditions become favourable.
4) Ice-breaker assistance will be provided until favourable weather conditions
5) Ice-breaker assistance must be received by the favourable weather conditions

10. If a wind is going to freshen, it is going to ……………………………………………
1) change direction
2) lose strength
3) gain strength XX
4) change name
5) stay the same

11. If collision is imminent, which one of the two power-driven vessels has to keep out of the way?
1) The one which has the other on her starboard side XX
2) The one which has the other on her port side
3) The one which is faster
4) The one which is slower
5) The one which is newly bought

12. If immersion in water is necessary, you should enter the water …………………………………………
1) Quickly
2) Suddenly
3) Gradually XX
4) Immediately
5) Fast

13. If the weight of a floating ship is greater than the weight of equal volume of water displaced by the ship, the ship will ...........
1) float
2) tilt
3) list
4) sink XX
5) capsize

14. In certain fairways you must maintain a speed of ten knots exactly. The name given to this speed is ……
1) quick speed
2) heart attack
3) fast speed
4) increased speed
5) fairway speed XX

15. “In cold water the skin and peripheral tissues become cooled and then the deep body temperature falls”
This is called as ..............................
1) drowning
2) hypothermia XX
3) hyperthermia
4) shock
5) immersion

16. In these circumstances it is difficult to assess the damage caused by the collision. In Turkish you would say ........................................................
1) Bu koşullarda çatışmanın hasara yol açıp açmayacağını tahmin etmek zor
2) Çatışmanın ne gibi hasara yol açtığını bu koşullarda açıklamak zor gelebilir
3) Çatışmanın yol açtığı zararı karşılamak, bu koşullar altında çok zor XX
4) Farklı durumlarda çatışmanın zararını karşılamak ve karşılaştırmak çok zor
5) Bu koşullar altında çatışmanın neden olduğu hasarı saptamak zor

17. Intermediate Surveys are ……………………………………………………
1) More detailed(details extended) Annual Surveys
2) They fall due,nominally 2,5 years after the commencement of the class period
3) They are made whenever necessary
4) 1 and 3
5) 1 and 2 XX

18. It is required to use the capstan to haul a line. The order given is ….....
1) To take line to capstan to heave vessel alongside
2) To take line to capstan and heave away XX
3) To weigh anchor
4) To take the head line and turn it around
5) To hold the line and wait near the capstan

19. It usually occurs off the ship, but as stolen cargo can be unwittingly accepted by the vessel and as sound cargo may be subject to theft after discharge, it is usually the vessel which is blamed. Losses due to it are very serious, especially when foodstuffs, liquors and soft drinks, expensive clothes, tools and spare parts for cars, electronic equipment and precious stones are being carried on board ship.

The passage is about . . . . . . . . . .
1) chafing
2) collapsing
3) pilferage XX
4) moisture and sweating
5) rain damage

20. “Last night, being the third of the month May, Mr.Selim Yavuz, the pumper, went ashore without leave and came back this morning. He did not turn out for work when ordered at 7 o’clock. For this reason he is fined a sum of day’s pay.” This is a report of ............
1) offence
2) penalty XX
3) defense
4) accusation
5) acceptance

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1. Leave the odd sentence out.
1) Radio as the primary vehicle for maritime search and rescue has been instrumental in saving countless lives.
2) Its first known use fort this purpose was in 1899 when a lightship in the Straits of Dover used radio apparatus to report the steamship “ELBE” had run aground.
3) However Morse Code transmission will be eliminated. XX
4) At once a lifeboat was dispatched to rescue the crew.
5) Since that time many significant technical advances in the use of radio for navigation and distress have made life at sea safer for the modern day mariner.

2. Lifeboats should be taken ashore, inspected and tested. All the damage, if any, should be repaired. Lifeboat winches should be dismantled, overhauled and worn parts renewed. Hand brakes and mechanical brake should be checked and adjusted. After completing the work, they should be tested under Chief Officer’s supervision.

This passage is part of ......................................................................
1) deck department orders XX
2) repair specification
3) miscellaneous
4) engine department orders
5) plain letter

3. Many types of bulk cargo are liable to shifting and therefore special precautions must be taken with such cargoes as grain, some kind of ores, certain kinds of coal, broken granite etc. It is necessary to see that the bulk cargo is well trimmed. A load of barrels should be stowed bilge free and well blocked off to avoid it.

This passage is about ..........
1) handling damage
2) crushing
3) dust damage
4) leakage
5) shifting XX

4. Master transmitted a distress alert ............. Inm-C which was quickly acknowledged.
1) for
2) through
3) via XX
4) beneath
5) beyond

5. Merchant vessels do not include ……………………………………….
1) sport crafts. XX
2) reefers.
3) auxiliary vessels.
4) divers boats.
5) dredgers.

6. Mist is announced when water droplets in the atmosphere reduce visibility to between ..........................
1) 100 and 200 metres
2) 1000 and 2000 metres XX
3) 100 and 200 kilometres
4) 10 and 20 miles
5) 100 and 200 miles

7. Morse code, flag signalling and radio are ….....................................................................................
1) three main methods of fixing position
2) three main methods of taking bearings of land and sea marks
3) three main methods of navigating safely
4) three main methods of communication XX
5) three main methods of taking assistance

8. Navigation in coastal waters is known as …………………
1) Pilotage XX
2) Plottage
3) Cruising
4) Sailing
5) Taking bearing

9. Navigator’s sea map with coast outlines, rocks, shoals, etc.is known as ………………………………….
1) Charter party
2) Chart XX
3) Charge
4) Charter
5) Clearance

10. ”No matter how sophisticated navigational aids and safety devices become, no matter how automated, computerized and mathematically planned become the voyages of vessels, the element of human fallibility will always exist and will remain the prime cause of collisions in navigable waters.”

The above quotation emphasizes the importance of ……………………………….. in collisions.
1) sophisticated navigational aids
2) automated vayages
3) human factor XX
4) computerization
5) mathematically planned voyages of vessels

11. OBO carriers are ………………………………………………………
1) auxiliary vessels.
2) auxiliary cargo ships.
3) special cargo ships.
4) mixed cargo ships. XX
5) war ships.

12. On 25 August 1994, SALLY STAR, a Bahamian Registered Ro-Ro passenger ferry was en route to Ramsgate from Dunkirk and in a position about 6.5 miles east of Ramsgate when fire broke out in the main engine room. The fire was caused by the failure of a bolted flange joint on the low pressure fuel system to No 4 main engine, allowing flammable fuel oil vapour to come into contact with part of the engine exhaust system. Initial attempts to extinguish the fire were unsuccessful, mainly due to failure of the auxiliary generators and the emergency fire pump and despite the injection of Kalongs into the space. However, the closure of the engine room ventilation and fuel oil systems effectively starved the fire of fuel and oxygen. The fire was finally reported as extinguished about three hours from the onset of the emergency. The incident required the co-ordinating role of HM Coastguard Dover, off-shore fire fighting teams from Kent Fire Brigade, RAF and HM Coastguard helicopters. A total of 85 non-essential crew and 17 passengers were transferred ashore by RNLI lifeboats based at Ramsgate and Margate. Tugs and other vessels stood by the SALLY STAR which was finally towed to Dunkirk for repairs. One crew member suffered an injury during fire fighting operations and was evacuated ashore by helicopter.

The passage does not explain;
1) the reason why the fire broke out
2) the reason why the initial fire fighting attempts were unsuccessful
3) the place where fire occurred
4) how the crew member injured during fire fighting XX
5) how the crew and passengers were transferred to the shore

13. Person to work with electricity should be ….................................................
1) untrained and incompetent in technical knowledge
2) unfamiliar with technical knowledge
3) disabled and incompetent
4) trained and competent with good technical knowledge XX
5) extremely illiterate

14. “Piri Reis” gemisi şimdi tanıtma işareti çekiyorum.
1) Vessel “Piri Reis” I am making signals now
2) Vessel “Piri Reis” I am making a significance now
3) Vessel “Piri Reis” I am making identity at the present
4) Vessel “Piri Reis” I am now making an identification signal XX
5) Vessel “Piri Reis” I am now making an identifiable signature

15. Portable rechargeable battery operated lamps shall be available in some important points.
Correct translation of this sentence into Turkish is;
1) Bazı önemli noktalarda şarjedilebilir, portatif bataryalı lambalar bulunacaktır.
2) Bazı önemli noktalarda şarjedilebilen bataryayla çalışan, portatif lambalar bulunacaktır. XX
3) Portatif şarjedilebilen pilli lambalar önemli noktalarda bulunacaktır.
4) Bir kaç önemli noktada şarjlı portatif lambalar bulunacaktır.
5) Şarjlı bataryalar taşınabilir olmalıdır ve bazı önemli noktalarda istiflenmelidir.

16. Port state control officer said to the Master of the M/ V Rose that the ship got detained because of the absence of the lifeboat inventory.

Which of the following conventions didn’t the M/V Rose comply with?
1) SOLAS XX
2) STCW
3) LOADLINE
4) MARPOL
5) ISM

17. “Port to Port Shipment: The responsibility of the Carrier is limited to that part of the Carriage from and during loading onto the vessel up to and during discharge from the vessel and the Carrier shall not be liable for any loss or damage what so ever in respect of the Goods or for any other matter arising during any other part of the Carriage even though charges for the whole Carriage have been charged by the carrier.”

According to this clause of a bill of lading, the carrier shall not be held responsible for any damage to the goods
1) after they are loaded on board the ship.
2) while they are loaded on board the ship.
3) while they were taken to the port on trucks. XX
4) which occured during any part of the sea voyage.
5) likely to appear following the discharging operation.

18. “Received by the Carrier the Goods specified below in apparent good order and condition unless otherwise stated, to be transported to such place as agreed, authorized or permitted herein and subject to all the terms and conditions appearing on the front and reverse”

The above part is taken from a ..................................
1) bill of lading XX
2) notice of readiness
3) passenger list
4) noon position report
5) ship ullage report

19. Report if she does not ……………………….. the …………………………………..
1) tyres-reply
2) reply-tyres
3) break-rules
4) wheel-answer
5) answer-wheel XX

20. Request details of station in convoy.
1) Konvoydaki istasyona ilgi rica ediyorum
2) Konvoydaki istasyon hakkında bilgi rica ediyorum XX
3) Konvoydaki istasyonu bilgilendirin lütfen
4) Konvoydaki istasyonda bilgi verin lütfen
5) Konvoydaki istasyon hakkında işlem yapın lütfen

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1. Routine details of the voyage, any loss or damage to the ship or cargo or any related events are kept in the ………………….. by the mates during their watches.
1) The official Log Book
2) The Scrap Log Book
3) The Engine Room Log Book
4) The Ship’s Log Book XX
5) Manuals

2. Safety communications must be concerned with two subjects. They are ………………………………..
1) meteorology and first aid
2) channels and publications
3) navigation and communication
4) grounding and towing
5) navigation and meteorology XX

3. Seamen who do NOT understand each other can communicate by using ....................
1) signatures
2) silence
3) signals XX
4) sibilants
5) solidarity

4. Ship A has Ship C ahead of her so Ship C is ……………. of Ship A.
1) Ahead XX
2) Astern
3) Abeam
4) On the bow
5) On the quarter

5. “Ships” in general are classified into the following three types:
1) warships, merchant vessels, yachts XX
2) passenger ships, merchant vessels, yachts
3) warships, fishing vessels, yachts
4) passenger ships, auxiliary vessels, yachts
5) cargo vessels, merchant vessels, yachts

6. Ship’s position can NOT be given in ........................................................
1) latitude and longtitude
2) bearing and distance
3) reference to a navigation mark
4) rapid and unambigious method XX
5) electronic position – fixing references

7. Signalling by using hand flags is called .........................................................................................
1) sophomore
2) semiphone
3) semaphore XX
4) sphere
5) siren

8. “Sorry” and “Thank you” are ...........................................................
1) announcements
2) clarification
3) conversation control
4) polite statements XX
5) channel switching

9. “Stand by” means that the information is .....................................................................................
1) negative
2) affirmative
3) not immediately available XX
4) not proper
5) not heard

10. Şamandıranın kuzeyinden geçmenizi tavsiye ederim.
1) Advise you pass East of Mark
2) Advise you pass West of Mark
3) Advise you pass South of Mark
4) Advise you pass North of Mark XX
5) Advise you pass Northeast of Mark

11. The content of any letter of protest prepared and signed by the master is to be …………….
1) kept in a locked drawer on board the ship
2) taken to the court by the master himself
3) passed to the owner / charterer or their agent XX
4) published in any regional newspaper related with the topic
5) checked and corrected by the chief officer.

12. The following four stages in a VHF exchange are in the wrong order. Write down the letters of the correct sequences.

A-Agree on a working VHF channel
B-Exchange messages
C-Terminate
D-Make contact
1) BACD
2) ABCD
3) DABC XX
4) CDBA
5) DBAC

13. The force or speed of a ................ is measured by an anemometer.
1) precipitation
2) hail
3) fog
4) wind XX
5) pressure

14. The forepeak tank is used to ................................
1) store fresh water or ballast water. XX
2) store paint, buckets, ropes in.
3) divide the vessel into longitudinal subdivisions.
4) stow the chain cables of the bower anchors.
5) determine the ship’s carrying capacity.

15. The four (4) types of merchant vessels are:
1) Passanger ships—Cargo vessels—Auxiliary vessels—Fishing vessels, XX
2) Warships—Cargo vessels—Auxiliary vessels—Fishing vessels,
3) Passanger ships—Yachts—Auxiliary vessels—Fishing vessels,
4) Passanger ships—Cargo vessels—Dredgers—Fishing vessels,
5) Passanger ships—Cable layers—Auxiliary vessels—Fishing vessels.

16. The Gross Tonnage of a ship is .............................................................................
1) The weight of living spaces and navigational spaces,
2) The weight of cargo, passengers and provisions, measured in metric tons,
3) The total volume of all closed spaces of a ship in ft³, divided by hundred (100), XX
4) The weight of fuel, fresh water and water tanks in tons,
5) The amount of water spilled out by a ship

17. The instruction “to single up” shows …...................................
1) The ship is ready to leave the quay or berth XX
2) The ship has completed the operation
3) The ship has departed
4) The ship is underway
5) The ship is abandoned

18. The main aim of the Classification Society is ……………………………………
1) To provide quick and cheap construction of a vessel
2) To design a ship
3) To put limits on the ship’s dimensions
4) To pay for the ship construction
5) To observe if the ship is seaworthy and is capable of carrying the corgo she has been designed to carry XX

19. The maintenance on board is the responsibility of the ………………… and the men in his charge.
1) Captain
2) Chief officer XX
3) Second officer
4) Third officer
5) Chief engineer

20. “The master of every ship carrying hazardous cargo other than in bulk- whether it is, or may be, explosive, flammable, toxic, health- threatening, or environment polluting- shall in organizing safe watch keeping arrangements take full account of the nature, quantity, packing and stowage of the hazardous cargo and of any special conditions on board, afloat and ashore.”

Considering this rule, complete the following statement in case the cargo is ………………. , the master must consider ……………………………………………………………. while arranging.
1) hazardous/ the nature, quantity, packing and stowage of the cargo/ watch keeping XX
2) bulk / explosive, flammable, toxic, health- threatening/ the stowage
3) special/ health- threatening or environment polluting/ the full account
4) on board/ watch keeping arrangements/ any special conditions
5) carried in bulk / any special conditions on board / watch keeping
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