Q.1 your company requirements of UKC? No comments for this Question. Q.

2 Why Variation of a place keep on changing every year? 1 ) the magnetic poles of the earth are keep on changing. therefore the magnetic meridians are keep on changing also . therefore the variation also keep on changing. bumbaonly4u (96) 1 user Rated :

Q.3 Why dangerous quardrant lies fwd half of the dangerous semicircle ? 1 ) • This is the forward half and the vessel forward up just prior to recurvature of the of on the polar trough line. of the dangerous semi circle thus 19 the side violent • The path of the TRS is likely to turn in this direction once attaining the latitude of recurvature placing closing isobars more weather. cebation_ca (3) This comment has not been rated. Please Rate :

• The winds are strongest in this quadrant because of the steep pressure gradient due to the

• The direction of he wind is so as to move the vessel towards the storm centre and closer to

Q.4 WHY ARE CURRENTS STRONGER IN THE WEST ATLANTIC AS COMPARED TO EAST ATLANTIC 1 ) due to ekman movement and earths corriolis force the western side current is stronger than eastern side current anywhere else also bhatiachaitanya (76) 2 user Rated :

2 ) gulf stream is a continuation of equatorial current. due to the shape of landmass of the gulf of mexico, and the florida coast, the gulf stream is stronger than the currents of the eastatlantic. the likes of canary currents and all. bumbaonly4u (96) 2 user Rated :

Q.5 Who prepares prognosis charts 1 ) Prognisis charts are prepared by the meteoroligsts and the weather experts siting in the met offices which can be found from ALRS vol 4. JAHAJEE (3660)

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Q.6 What was my vsl last sea speed , so now u r in Malacca straits , suddenly heavy rain causing restricted visibility , action , what is your safe speed. 1 ) due to sudden rain / squall i will not reduce my speed unless visibility has been affected by fog. i will though keep my engines on manouvering speed as malacca strait is a busy and congested bhatiachaitanya (76) 1 user Rated : area for navigation

2 ) restricted visibility condition also includes heavy rain moreover surveyor himself has said that heavy rainfall has caused RV..that means vsl shall proceed at safe speed and shall have her engines ready for immediate manoeuver sailor.vijay82 (175) 7 user Rated :

Q.7 WHAT R THE FACTORS YOU TAKE INTO ACCOUNt BEFORE PASSAGE PLANNING? 1 ) draft/weather/T&P notices/NPOC/areas marks/ of dangers/ eqipments WOP/UKC/ tides/safety status/...etc margins/VTMS navysole (71) 1 user Rated :

Q.8 WHAT PRELIMINORY INFOS U WILL PROVIDE TO WX ROUTEING SERVICES B4 LEAVING A PORT 1 ) ship's particular - LOA, drafts F & A, departure bunker figures, ship's maximum speed, economical speed, last port of call, next port of call bumbaonly4u (96) 1 user Rated :

2 ) SUBMIT WAY POINTS WHICH VESSEL IS PLANNING TO FOLLOW AND ASK FOR THEIR SUGGESTION dam_jay (10) This comment has not been rated. Please Rate :

Q.9 What is tidal stream atlas and what informationsare given on them? 1 ) rate and drift of tidal streams in the diagram form. rate and drifts are shown in the maps of the areas of which the tidal streams are given. bumbaonly4u (96)

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Q.10 What is Safe Speed ? No comments for this Question. Q.11 What is Mediterranean moor & baltic Moor? 1 ) The MEDITERRANEAN MOOR consists of making a ship fast stem-on to a berth with the bows dam_jay (10) This comment has not been rated. Please Rate : held in position by the anchors

2 ) The Baltic Moor This method of mooring a ship is employed when a vessel is to lie alongside a quay, the construction of which is not sufficiently robust to permit ranging of the ship dam_jay (10) This comment has not been rated. Please Rate : during bad weather.

Q.12 WHAT IS HARMONIC CONSTANT. 1 ) O1, K1, M2, S2 in the tidal calculation by the harmonic method are the harmonic constant. its constant for a port. the constant is based on a measurement by say a stick or something, whose actual depth is known. then the height of tide is calculated according to that height. bumbaonly4u (96) 1 user Rated :

Q.13 What is DGPS. 1 ) differential GPS - shore stations are equiped with DGPS programme. they provide ships with small correction to the ship's position that may be necessary to get the exact position. DGPS is nothing but an additional correction to the position obtained by GPS. bumbaonly4u (96) 1 user Rated :

Q.14 What is derelict ? Reportings to be done once derelict is sighted? 1 ) In a very poor condition as a result of disuse and neglect. a vessel which has been abandoned and is drifting in the sea. no engine, no generator, no crew. bumbaonly4u (96) 2 user Rated :

Q.15 What is datum and how will you find out the datum? How to apply wind while calculating datum? 1 ) Datum is the most probable position of the casualty taking into account its initial casualty position, leeway and set and drift of current. bumbaonly4u (96) This comment has not been rated. Please Rate :

Q.16 WHAT IS COL/LOW/RIDGE/TROUGH No comments for this Question. Q.17 WHAT IS BOAR TIDE. 1 ) a tidal phenomenon in which the leading edge of the incoming tide forms a wave (or waves) of water that travel up a river or narrow bay against the direction of the river or bay's current. As such, it is a true tidal wave and not to be confused with a tsunami sankarthesailor (19) This comment has not been rated. Please Rate :

Q.18 What informations you will look for in the passage plan from Chief officers point on view. 1 Arr/Dep Loadline Ballast rajivrana (68) 2 user Rated : Water Exchange ) Density of water Drafts Zones Req.

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4 ) loadline zone, ukc, density, FW & fuel, PMS (depends wx & length of VOY), ventilation, satyensrawat (26) This comment has not been rated. Please Rate :

Q.19 what are the problems associated with gyro in higher lat?

1 ) excessive rate of drift. rate of drift = 15 sin lat. so as lat increases, rate of drift increases. so bumbaonly4u (96) This comment has not been rated. Please Rate : compass wanders

Q.20 What are the limitations/constrains imposed on radar scale ? No comments for this Question. Q.21 what are the contents of passage plan? No comments for this Question. Q.22 What all are the correctors used onboard. No comments for this Question. Q.23 Weather routing, how will use prognosis charts. No comments for this Question. Q.24 WEATHER ASSOCIATED WITH COLD FRONTS.. 1 ) stratiform clouds, cold temperature, very cold temp after passing of the front. bumbaonly4u (96) 1 user Rated :

Q.25 WEATHER ASSOCIATED WITH COLD FRONT. No comments for this Question. Q.26 WARM FRONT / COLD FRONT SYMBOLS, MEETING PHENOMENA AND RESULTS No comments for this Question. Q.27 Various Chart projections and their features... No comments for this Question. Q.28 V/L on 30 deg port bow, course 150 deg n ur course 000 deg, What is the Aspect ? No comments for this Question. Q.29 V AND D CORRECTION OF MOON. No comments for this Question. Q.30 Use of Whirling Physcrometer ? No comments for this Question. Q.31 U R IN N.ATLANTIC HOW WOULD U RECV A STORM.HOW WOULD U KNOW THAT U R IN THE PATH OF IT.

No comments for this Question. Q.32 TYPE OF LOG AND ITS WORKING ONBD No comments for this Question. Q.33 TRS - Wx Associated , Action in a Dangerous Quadrant , No comments for this Question. Q.34 TRS No comments for this Question. Q.35 Top Heavy Gyro ? No comments for this Question. Q.36 Synoptic charts No comments for this Question. Q.37 Suitable Conitions for Beaching / Bow Stern Beaching Adv and Disadvantage ? No comments for this Question. Q.38 Structural strength requirement for ETA ? No comments for this Question. Q.39 Star Sight ? No comments for this Question. Q.40 sperry/anschutz working No comments for this Question. Q.41 Sound Signal Vessel Aground and At Anchor No comments for this Question. Q.42 Sound signal in narrow channel ? No comments for this Question. Q.43 Situations with aspects like 150 (g) . No comments for this Question. Q.44 situation in RV. one vessel overtaking you right astern cpa 0.3' and tcpa 16min and one vessel on stbd bow cpa 0.3' tcpa 28min. 1 ) make broad stbd alteration sankarthesailor (19) This comment has not been rated. Please Rate :

Q.45 SITUATION - You see a red lights on your port bow,Ships heading is 000(T),What could be the heading of target vessel? 1 ) between 180 and 292.5 deg. anshuman_1011 (63) 4 user Rated :

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Q.46 SITUATION - U C 2 RED LIGHT IN VERTICAL LINE ON UR PORT BOW..ACTION. 1 ) take freq brg/ plot posn/ check weater brg closing or open. if closing i ve to keep clear as per navysole (71) 2 user Rated : rule 18.

Q.47 SITUATION - simple crossing situation of 2 vessels. No comments for this Question. Q.48 SITUATION - R.V. Horn Port Quarter action ? No comments for this Question. Q.49 SITUATION - R.V. Fog Signal Port Bow ? No comments for this Question. Q.50 SITUATION - R.V. Fog Signal Dead AStern ? No comments for this Question. Q.51 SITUATION - R.V. (radar inoperational) Fog Signal fromDead increasing, ? No comments for this Question. Q.52 SITUATION - R.V. (radar inoperational) fog signal from stbd bow ? No comments for this Question. Q.53 SITUATION - R.V. (radar inoperational) fog signal from abeam ? No comments for this Question. AStern intensity

Q.54 SITUATION - Normal P.D. V/l Port Bow No comments for this Question. Q.55 SITUATION - Head On ? No comments for this Question. Q.56 SITUATION - Crossing situation while in Restricted Visibility. No comments for this Question. Q.57 SITUATION - CBD vessel Port Bow action ? No comments for this Question. Q.58 SITUATION - action when overtaking ,vsl right ahead in RV ? No comments for this Question. Q.59 SIGNS OF APPROACHING TRS No comments for this Question. Q.60 Ship Routing guide No comments for this Question. Q.61 Search patterns? No comments for this Question. Q.62 SCREENING OF LIGHT. No comments for this Question. Q.63 S.V AGROUND LIGHT 1 ) shown as like Power driven vessel(as lenghth)-two red light in vertical & one white light(less 9939263240 (3) This comment has not been rated. Please Rate : tha

Q.64 ROR SITUATION - V/L CROSSING FROM PORT TO STBD IN HEAVY RAIN, ACTIONS 1 ) broad alteration to stbd and take round to clear her stern if sra room available sankarthesailor (19) This comment has not been rated. Please Rate :

Q.65 ROR SITUATION - 4 WHITE LIGHTS IN A ROW CROSSING FROM STBD TO PORT No comments for this Question.

Q.66 ROR SITUATION - 4 WHITE LIGHTS IN A ROW CROSSING FROM PORT TO STBD AND OTHER V/L IS NO TAKING ACTION No comments for this Question. Q.67 ROR CARDS- NUC VESSEL No comments for this Question. Q.68 ROR CARDS- FISHING V/LS AT ANCHOR . No comments for this Question. Q.69 ROR CARDS- AGROUND V/L No comments for this Question. Q.70 ROR CARDS FOR MINCLEARANCE VSL/PREFERED CHANNEL/F.V. No comments for this Question. Q.71 ROR Cards - South cardinal buoy light No comments for this Question. Q.72 ROR Cards - IALA Buoy Cards No comments for this Question. Q.73 ROR - Rule 8 No comments for this Question. Q.74 ROR - Rule 6 ? No comments for this Question. Q.75 ROR - Rule 19(e) ? No comments for this Question. Q.76 ROR - Rule 19(d) ? No comments for this Question. Q.77 ROR - Rule 18 No comments for this Question. Q.78 ROR - Rule 17 No comments for this Question. Q.79 ROR - Rule 15 ? No comments for this Question. Q.80 ROR - Rule 13 ?

No comments for this Question. Q.81 river water echosounder is showing a depth of 10 metre,what is actual depth? 1 depth sankarthesailor (19) This comment has not been rated. Please Rate : ) actual depth 9.71m if the echo sounder correctly callibrated for sea water it will show 3% higher than actual

Q.82 Range of light of mine clearance vsl., light of trawler ranges (annex 2 & rule 22) No comments for this Question. Q.83 QUOTE RULE- 6 ( STOPPING DISTANCE , TURNING ABILITY ??? ) No comments for this Question. Q.84 QUOTE RULE- 5 ( WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY "Call other available means") 1 are ) radar / all ARPA, other VHFs, available binocs,addnl lookout, means stc

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Q.85 QUOTE RULE- 19 No comments for this Question. Q.86 quote rule no.19 colregs No comments for this Question. Q.87 PRINCIPLE OF A GYRO COMPASS. No comments for this Question. Q.88 Polaris sight calculation, ao, a1, a2 corrections. No comments for this Question. Q.89 Polar code ? 1 ) He was also interested in the Latitude e.g. above which Latitude ?? JAHAJEE (3660) 1 user Rated :

Q.90 PLAN A PASSAGE FROM YOKAHAMA TO SANFRANCISCO No comments for this Question.

Q.91 Own P/D , CBD crossing from port side and stbd side ? No comments for this Question. Q.92 Orthomorphic Projection.? No comments for this Question. Q.93 OCCULTING AND FLASHES AND ITS AREA OF USAGE No comments for this Question. Q.94 MOON`S BK ANGLE CALCULATION. No comments for this Question. Q.95 LRIT, what are uses of it to coastal state ? No comments for this Question. Q.96 LRIT WORKING No comments for this Question. Q.97 Lights for Sailing vessel at anchor ? Separtion/ Spacing between lights for the above lights? No comments for this Question. Q.98 Lateral mark & cardinal buoy cards.. No comments for this Question. Q.99 Interval for conducting Emergency Steering Drill ? Checks to be done for Emergency Steering Drill? No comments for this Question. Q.100 INTENSITY CALCULATION OF LIGHT. No comments for this Question. Q.101 IMO RECCOMONDATION CRITERIA FOR PASSAGE PLANNING. 1 skghosh (19) This comment has not been rated. Please Rate : ) IMO Resolution:A-893(21)

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Q.102 Ice navigation precautions. No comments for this Question.

Q.103 IBS No comments for this Question. Q.104 IALA BUOYAGE DIRECTION No comments for this Question. Q.105 iala buoyage direction No comments for this Question. Q.106 HOW WILL YOU FIND COMPASS ERROR (AMP , AZIMUTH, TRANSIT BEARING )WHICH IS THE MOST ACCURATE. 1 ) Most Accurate -Transit Bearing JAHAJEE (3660) This comment has not been rated. Please Rate :

Q.107 how will you calculate tide? No comments for this Question. Q.108 How will use use correctors for correcting. 1 ) Capt. Kumar wanted to coefficients and which rods cause them and what all u use for correcting. JAHAJEE (3660) This comment has not been rated. Please Rate :

Q.109 HOW WILL U IDENTIFY WEST CARDINAL MARK AT NIGHT No comments for this Question. Q.110 How will u determine in which semicircle u r in NH ? No comments for this Question. Q.111 How to locate the centre of TRS No comments for this Question. Q.112 HOW TO DETERMINE I.E. WHEN HORIZON IS NOT CLEAR. No comments for this Question. Q.113 How to calculate wind speed by Isobars ? No comments for this Question. Q.114 how many watchkeepers are required on the bridge in open sea,restriected waters and as per which convention?

No comments for this Question. Q.115 Heeling error and how to correct it ? No comments for this Question. Q.116 GYRO PRINCIPLE..WHAT IS HORIZONTAL DIRECTIVE FORCE.. No comments for this Question. Q.117 GYRO COMPASS - MODEL,TYPE OF DAMPING AND ITS PROCEDURE USED ONBD No comments for this Question. Q.118 GPS WORKING AND GDOP No comments for this Question. Q.119 gps range calculation No comments for this Question. Q.120 GPS Errors No comments for this Question. Q.121 Gaussien error and precaution ? No comments for this Question. Q.122 From annex 1 requirement of fwd . aft mast head lt. No comments for this Question. Q.123 FACTOR IN CONSIDERATION IN VOYAGE PLANNING/PASAGE PLANNING. No comments for this Question. Q.124 ETA deployment and requirements as per what on ur last vessel ? No comments for this Question. Q.125 errors of gyrocompass? No comments for this Question. Q.126 ECDIS ( PERFORMANCE STANDARDS) No comments for this Question. Q.127 doppler log principle No comments for this Question. Q.128 DIFFERENT TYPES OF BOUYAGES IN THE WORLD .. No comments for this Question.

Q.129 DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VERY QUICK AND QUICK FLASHES No comments for this Question. Q.130 DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OCEAN CURRENTS & TIDAL STREAM No comments for this Question. Q.131 DEV CARD SHOWS 8degree W, YOU CALCULATE 10degree W, WHAT COULD BE THE CAUSE OF THE DIFFERENCE No comments for this Question. Q.132 DESCRIBE SHIPS REPORTING SYSTEM No comments for this Question. Q.133 DESCRIBE OCEAN CURRENTS No comments for this Question. Q.134 DESCRIBE A WRECK MARKING BUOY - DEFINITION-COLOUR-SHAPE-LIGHTS-INTERVAL No comments for this Question. Q.135 DESCRIBE A EAST CARDINAL MARK- DEFINITION-COLOUR-SHAPE-LIGHTS-INTERVAL No comments for this Question. Q.136 Define magnetic latitude? No comments for this Question. Q.137 CURRENTS AND TIDES,INCLUDING WARM CURRENT AND COLD CURRENT WITH EXAMPLE AND ITS DIRECTIONS No comments for this Question. Q.138 Course, speed & Lat error in gyro. No comments for this Question. Q.139 CORRECTABLE ERRORS OF GYRO COMPASS.. No comments for this Question. Q.140 CONDITIONS FOR NOT TRUSTING HARMONIC CONSTANTS IN SOME LOCATIONS No comments for this Question. Q.141 CONDITIONS FAVOURABLE FOR THE FORMATION OF A TRS 1 2.High 3.L.P 4.Fair ) surrounded amount 1.High temperature(more by of areas Coriolis relative than of humidity 27deg) H.P force

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Q.142 Characteristics & limitations of radar , what does it mean? No comments for this Question. Q.143 cardinal marks light timing No comments for this Question. Q.144 BEHAVIOUR OF GYRO AT HIGH LATITUDE? No comments for this Question. Q.145 As a mate how will u ensure ETA requirement for bulk carriers. ? No comments for this Question. Q.146 ALL ABOUT BEACHING/GROUNDING AND GROUND TACKLE. No comments for this Question. Q.147 ACTION TO AVOID A TRS. No comments for this Question. Q.148 action on seeing a aground vsl ahead. You are in a tss in English channel. No comments for this Question. Q.149 ABOUT 8 BOUYAGE CARDS No comments for this Question. Q.150 ABOUT 15-20 ROR CARDS No comments for this Question. Q.151 A TANKER V/L AGROUND, SPECIFY ACTIONS AND IMPORTANCE FOR DAMAGE STABILITY ACTIONS No comments for this Question. Q.152 6 cards, same cards were given different positions and action on that. No comments for this Question.