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1.1 Overview
1.2.1 Composition of the navigational watch under the STCW Code
1.2.2 Watchkeeping arrangements under the STCW Code
1.2.3 Reassessing manning levels during the voyage
1.2.4 Sole look-out
1.2.5 The bridge team
1.2.6 The bridge team and the master Assignment of duties Co-ordination and communication
1.2.8 New personnel and familiarisation
1.2.9 Prevention of fatigue
1.2.10 Use of English
1.2.11 The bridge team and the pilot
1.3 Navigation policy and company procedures
2.1 Overview
2.2 Responsibility for passage planning
2.3.1 Plan appraisal
2.3.2 Charts and publications
2.3.3 The route plan
2.3.4 Passage planning and electronic navigation systems
2.4 Notes on passage planning in ocean waters Visual monitoring techniques Radar monitoring techniques
2.6.1 Pre-arrival planning
2.6.2 Pre-arrival information exchange with the pilot
2.6.3 Pilot on board
2.6.4 Preparing the outward bound pilotage plan
2.7 Passage planning and ships' routeing
2.8 Passage planning and ship reporting systems
2.9 Passage planning and vessel traffic services
3.1.1 Master's representative Watchkeeping Navigation Radiocommunications
3.1.3 In support of primary duties
3.1.4 Additional duties
3.1.5 Bridge attendance
3.2.1 Maintaining a look-out
3.2.2 General surveillance Collision avoidance action Collision avoidance detection
3.2.4 Recording bridge activities Operational checks Routine tests and checks Checks on electronic equipment Checking orders
3.2.6 Changing over the watch (see bridge checklist B12)
3.2.7 Calling the master Deviating from or leaving the passage plan Monitoring the progress of the ship Plotting positions from electronic position-fixing systems
3.3.2 Navigation in coastal or restricted waters (see bridge checklist B6) Responsibilities Pilot embarkation/disembarkation Master/pilot information exchange on boarding (see bridge checklist B4) Monitoring the pilotage
3.3.4 At anchor (see bridge checklist B8) Safe speed Control, and different engine types Use of override controls Manoeuvring data
3.5.1 General VHP watchkeeping MF (300 - 3000 kHz ) watchkeeping HF (3000 kHz - 30 MHz) watchkeeping Satellite watchkeeping Maritime safety information
3.5.3 Log keeping
3.5.4 Testing of equipment and false alerts
3.6 Pollution prevention
3.7.1 General
3.7.2 Reporting
3.7.3 Search and rescue (see emergency checklist C7)
3.7.4 Helicopter operations
3.7.5 Piracy
4.1 General Clear weather practice Range scales Accuracy of own ship speed and heading inputs The plotting period Changing target bearing Parallel indexing Electronic mapping Heading and speed inputs Automatic target acquisition
4.3.1 Testing of steering gear The autopilot (heading/track controller) Automatic track-keeping (if fitted)
4.3.3 Off-course alarm
4.4.1 Magnetic compass
4.4.2 Gyro compass
4.4.3 Compass errors
4.4.4 Rate of turn
4.5.1 Types of speed measurement
4.5.2 Direction of speed measurement
4.5.3 Recording of distance travelled
4.6 Echo sounders
4.7.1 Hyperbolic positioning systems GPS and DGPS Use of electronic position-fixing systems in integrated bridges Route monitoring Chart datums and accuracy (see section
4.8.1 Workstations, bridge design and layout Navigation management system Alarm system Conning display
4.8.3 IBS and the automation of navigation functions
4.8.4 Using IBS
4.9.1 Carriage of charts and nautical publications
4.9.2 Official nautical charts
4.9.3 Use of charts and nautical publications Vector chart format electronic charts Raster chart format electronic charts Electronic chart display systems
4.10.1 GMDSS radiocommunication functions
4.10.2 GMDSS equipment Urgency messages Safety messages Emergency over Routine communications using DSC Routine communications using radio telephony Routine communications using radio telex
4.11 Emergency navigation lights and signalling equipment
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