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GMDSS PRACTICAL

Ship Name Call Sign MMSI EXERCISE 1 : : : JPKC 376 007 200

EXAMINATION (1)

M/V BOTHANIA STONE

: DSC Distress Alert

Your ship in Distress Situation, The Captain as you to send a DSC Distress Alert with the following information. Ship Position Time : Nature of Distress Telecommand DSC Distress Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 Message Task 4 : 060 37 South 1120 24 East 07:12 UTC : Collision : Telephony : 156.525 kHz (CH 70)

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Edit Distress Call, and Transmit Distress Alert : After received the Distress Call Acknowledge, transmit the Disstress : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 2

: Call Urgency Message

Your ship 3 Mile North-west of Jamuang Island at the approach to the harbor of the Tanjung Perak and time 03:25 UTC. You have lost engine control and drifting North Northeast, anchors not holding require tow urgently, using DSC VHF Equipment you are to announce to All Ships. Task 1 : Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments Task 2 : Edit and Transmit Urgency Call by DSC VHF, and Announce the message on appropriate Channel. Task 3 : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 3

: Telephon Call

Your Vessel in Pacific Ocean on the way Singapore from Canada, and Captain ask you to Call the Head Office Vietnam Shipping Co I Hanoi. Ship Position : Time : Coast Station : Telephone Number : MMSI : Telecommand : Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 060 37 South 1120 24 East 07:25 UTC Haipong Radio 089 87 65321 376 007 200 J3E

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Coast Station on Channel 1221, Talk to Agent : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 4

: Send Telex Message by NBDP

Youre Vessel in Pacific Ocean on the way to Singapore from Canada, and Captain asks you Send a Message to the Agent Singapore Shipping Co in Singapore. Ship Position : Time : Coast Station : Telephone Number : MMSI : TX / RX : Telex Number : Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 040 12 South 980 50 East 06:15 UTC Singapore Radio 089 87 65321 376 007 200 16.807 kHz / 16.683,5 kHz 089 87 654321

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Cost Station, Send Message by NBDP : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 5

: SEND DISTRESS ALERT by INMARSAT C

Your ship in Distress situation, Captain ask you to send a Distress Alert and Message with the following information : Ship Position : Course : Time : Speed : Nature of Distress Land Station : Task Task Task Task Task 1 2 3 4 5 : : : : : 060 28 00S 1120 29 00E 195 degrees 06:15 UTC 12 knots : GROUNDING SANTA PAULA

Prepare and adjust your radio equipments Log in to Satelite, send Distress Alert by Inmarsat C Print Status Report of Selected Station Logout to Satelite. Switch Off your Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 6
TASK 1 TASK 2 TASK 3

: COSPAS / SARSAT

EPIRB

: Explain the functions of the EPIRB on Board. : Demonstrate How to Place the unit in the Test Mode, and Describe the result of the Test. : Describe How To Locate the Battery Expiration Date and Why it should be Recorded.

GMDSS PRACTICAL
Ship Name Call Sign : : M/V CARIBIC PDIU

EXAMINATION (2)

MMSI EXERCISE 1

246 205 000

: DSC Distress Alert

Your ship in Distress Situation, The Captain as you to send a DSC Distress Alert with the following information. Ship Position Time : Nature of Distress Telecommand : DSC Distress Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 Message Task 4 : 060 40 South 1120 14 East 08:12 UTC : SINKING Telephony : 2.187,5 kHz

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Edit Distress Call, and Transmit Distress Alert : After received the Distress Call Acknowledge, transmit the Disstress : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 2

: Call for safety Message

Your ship position 050 10 South 1110 45 East and Time 02:05 UTC. You have observed a drifting BARGE which may be dangerous for navigation, using DSC VHF Equipment you are to announce to All Ships. Task 1 : Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments Task 2 : Edit and Transmit Safety Call by DSC VHF, and Announce the message on appropriate Channel. Task 3 : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 3

: Telephon Call

Your Vessel in North Sea on the way to Norway from France, and Captain ask you to Call the Head Office Scandinavian Shipping Line. Ship Position : Time : Coast Station : Telephone Number : MMSI : Telecommand : Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 150 22 North 1150 30 West 07 : 25 UTC Rogaland Radio 0234123456 246 205 000 J3E

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Coast Station on Channel 821, Talk to Agent : Switch Off Radio Equipment.

EXERCISE 4

: Send Telex Message by NBDP

Youre Vessel in North Sea on the way to Norway from France, and Captain asks you Send a message to the Agent Espagne Line by NBDP. Ship Position : 150 22 North 1150 30 West

Time : Coast Station : Telephone Number : MMSI : TX / RX : Telex Number : Task 1 Task 2 Task 3

09:15 UTC Madrid Radio 089 87 65321 246 205 000 8.429 kHz / 8.389 kHz 0234 123456

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Cost Station, Send Message by NBDP : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 5

: SEND DISTRESS ALERT by INMARSAT C

Your ship in Distress situation, Captain ask you to send a Distress Alert and Message with the following information : Ship Position : Course : Time : Speed : Nature of Distress Land Station : Task Task Task Task Task 1 2 3 4 5 : : : : : 060 36 00S 1120 27 00E 215 degrees 06:25 UTC 10 knots : FLOODING YAMAGUCHI

Prepare and adjust your radio equipments Log in to Satelite, send Distress Alert by Inmarsat C Print Status Report of Selected Station Logout to Satelite. Switch Off your Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 6
TASK 1 TASK 2 TASK 3

: BATTERIES MAINTENANCE

: Explain the functions of the BATTERIES on Board. : Explain How to Maintenance the Battery : Demonstrate How to check the Battery by AVO Meter and Hydrometer.

GMDSS PRACTICAL
Ship Name Call Sign MMSI EXERCISE 1 : : : J4UK 237 973 000

EXAMINATION (3)

M/V DESERT FALCON

: DSC Distress Alert

Your ship in Distress Situation, The Captain as you to send a DSC Distress Alert with the following information. Ship Position Time : Nature of Distress Telecommand : DSC Distress Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 Message Task 4 : 060 13 South 1120 18 East 04:22 UTC : PIRACY Telephony : 6.312,0 kHz

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Edit Distress Call, and Transmit Distress Alert : After received the Distress Call Acknowledge, transmit the Disstress : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 2

: DSC Distress Relay to All Ships

Your have received a Distress Call from a Ship Name M/V Glory/PKKU with MMSI number 525345300 on the Distress Frequency 2.187,5 kHz. This CaLL contains the following information : Ships Position : 060 20 South 1140 10 East Time : 04:16 UTC Nature of Distress : SINKING Telecommand : Telephony DSC Distress Alert : 2.187,5 kHz Coast Station does not acknowledge this call. You can Send Distress Relay Call to All Ships on the Distress Frequency 2.187,5 kHz. Task Task Task Task 1 2 3 4 : : : : Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments Edit Distress Relay All, and Transmit Distress Relay All. Announce the Distress Relay Message. Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 3

: Telephon Call

Your ship position 050 16 South 1130 18 East time 07:28 UTC you have a Distress Alert is inadvertently transmitted in VHF DSC. Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 : Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments. : Announce the cancelling False Distress Message on Appropriate Channel. : Switch Off the Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 4

: Send Telex Message by NBDP

Youre Vessel in North Sea on the way to Hongkong from Poland, and Captain asks you Send a message to the Agent Singapore Shipping Co in Singapore by NBDP. Ship Position Time Coast Station MMSI TX / RX Telex Number : : : : : : 250 35 North 1300 27 East 13:26 UTC Hongkong Radio 123 456 789 22.379 kHz / 22.287 kHz 065 234321

Task 1 Task 2 Task 3

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Cost Station, Send Message by NBDP : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 5

: SEND DISTRESS ALERT by INMARSAT C

Your ship in Distress situation, Captain ask you to send a Distress Alert and Message with the following information : Ship Position : Course : Time : Speed : Nature of Distress Land Station : Task Task Task Task Task 1 2 3 4 5 : : : : : 060 36 00S 1120 26 00E 090 degrees `07:29 UTC 15 knots : LISTING BEIJING

Prepare and adjust your radio equipments Log in to Satelite, send Distress Alert by Inmarsat C Print Status Report of Selected Station Logout to Satelite. Switch Off your Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 6
TASK 1 TASK 2 TASK 3 TASK 4 TASK 5

: N A V T E X

: Power Up Unit : Explain the Functions of the Navtex on Board : Program Navtex Receiver to Select Massage A, B, C, D, E, F, H, L Select Station A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L : Print Status Report of Selected Station : Switch Off Equipments.

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GMDSS PRACTICAL
Ship Name Call Sign MMSI EXERCISE 1 : : : 9VFG 563 212 000

EXAMINATION (4)

M/V DRAGON JAVA

: DSC Distress Alert

Your ship in Distress Situation, The Captain as you to send a DSC Distress Alert with the following information. Ship Position Time : Nature of Distress : 060 35 South 1120 29 East 08:37 UTC : GROUNDING

Telecommand DSC Distress Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 Message Task 4

Telephony : 156.525 kHz (CH 70)

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Edit Distress Call, and Transmit Distress Alert : After received the Distress Call Acknowledge, transmit the Disstress : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 2

: Call Urgency Message

Your ship 3 Mile North-west of Jamuang Island at the approach to the harbor of the Tanjung Perak and time 03:25 UTC. You have lost engine control and drifting North Northeast, anchors not holding require tow urgently, using DSC VHF Equipment you are to announce to All Ships. Task 1 : Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments Task 2 : Edit and Transmit Urgency Call by DSC VHF, and Announce the message on appropriate Channel. Task 3 : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 3

: Telephon Call

Your Vessel on the way to Argentina from Brazil, Captain asks you to call the Agent in USA Ship Position : Time : Coast Station : Telephone Number : MMSI : Telecommand : Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 1150 18 West 240 35 North 11:26 UTC Mobile Alabama Radio 0234 25647553 563 212 000 J3E

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Coast Station on Channel 414, Talk to Agent : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 4

: Send Telex Message by NBDP

Youre Vessel on the way to Indonesia from Brazil and Captain ask you to send a message to the Agent in Indonesia by NBDP Ship Position Time Coast Station MMSI TX / RX Telex Number Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 : : : : : : 060 40 South 1120 14 East 09:46 UTC Surabaya Radio 123456789 22.377 kHz / 22.285 kHz 021 25647

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Cost Station, Send Message by NBDP : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 5

: SEND DISTRESS ALERT by INMARSAT C

Your ship in Distress situation, Captain ask you to send a Distress Alert and Message with the following information : Ship Position Course : Time : Speed : Nature of Distress Land Station : Task Task Task Task Task 1 2 3 4 5 : : : : : : 060 37 00S 1120 25 00E 145 degrees 06:10 UTC 12 knots : GROUNDING KUMSAN

Prepare and adjust your radio equipments Log in to Satelite, send Distress Alert by Inmarsat C Print Status Report of Selected Station Logout to Satelite. Switch Off your Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 6
TASK 1 TASK 2 TASK 3

: BATTERIES MAINTENANCE

: Explain the functions of the BATTERIES on Board. : Explain How to Maintenance the Battery : Demonstrate How to check the Battery by AVO Meter and Hydrometer.

GMDSS PRACTICAL
Ship Name Call Sign MMSI EXERCISE 1 : : : M/V EDO MARU JLJK 431 447 000

EXAMINATION (5)

: DSC Distress Alert

Your ship in Distress Situation, The Captain as you to send a DSC Distress Alert with the following information. Ship Position Time : Nature of Distress Telecommand : DSC Distress Task 1 Task 2 : 060 36 South 1120 34 East 03:38 UTC : ABANDONING Telephony : 6.312,0 kHz

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Edit Distress Call, and Transmit Distress Alert

Task 3 Message Task 4

After received the Distress Call Acknowledge, transmit the Disstress

: Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 2

: Call for safety Message

Your ship position 050 10 South 1110 45 East and Time 02:05 UTC. You have observed a drifting BARGE which may be dangerous for navigation, using DSC VHF Equipment you are to announce to All Ships. Task 1 : Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments Task 2 : Edit and Transmit Safety Call by DSC VHF, and Announce the message on appropriate Channel. Task 3 : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 3

: Telephon Call

Your Vessel in North Sea on the way to Norway from France, and Captain ask you to Call the Head Office Scandinavian Shipping Line. Ship Position : Time : Coast Station : Telephone Number : MMSI : Telecommand : Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 050 35 East 270 14 North 05:39 UTC Tema Radio 0234 25647553 123456789 J3E

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Coast Station on Channel 1221, Talk to Agent : Switch Off Radio Equipment.

EXERCISE 4

: Send Telex Message by NBDP

Youre Vessel on the way to Surabaya from Calcuta, and Captain ask you to send a message to the Agent Pelni in Surabaya by NBDP Ship Position Time Coast Station MMSI TX / RX Telex Number Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 : : : : : 060 40 South 1120 14 East 02:46 UTC : SURABAYA Radio 123456789 16.810 kHz / 16.686,5 kHz 031 1234567

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Cost Station, Send Message by NBDP : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 5

: SEND DISTRESS ALERT by INMARSAT C

Your ship in Distress situation, Captain ask you to send a Distress Alert and Message with the following information :

Ship Position Course : Time : Speed : Nature of Distress Land Station : Task Task Task Task Task 1 2 3 4 5 : : : : :

: 060 39 00S 1120 28 00E 060 degrees 06:47 UTC 10 knots : PIRACY NAKHODKA

Prepare and adjust your radio equipments Log in to Satelite, send Distress Alert by Inmarsat C Print Status Report of Selected Station Logout to Satelite. Switch Off your Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 6
TASK 1 TASK 2 TASK 3

: COSPAS / SARSAT

EPIRB

: Explain the functions of the EPIRB on Board. : Demonstrate How to Place the unit in the Test Mode, and Describe the result of the Test. : Describe How To Locate the Battery Expiration Date and Why it should be Recorded.

GMDSS PRACTICAL
Ship Name Call Sign MMSI EXERCISE 1 : : : M/V FRANCESCO 3EHN 356 957 000

EXAMINATION (6)

: DSC Distress Alert

Your ship in Distress Situation, The Captain as you to send a DSC Distress Alert with the following information. Ship Position Time : Nature of Distress Telecommand : DSC Distress Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 Message Task 4 : 060 41 South 1120 34 East 03:41 UTC : FLOODING Telephony : 12.577 kHz

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Edit Distress Call, and Transmit Distress Alert : After received the Distress Call Acknowledge, transmit the Disstress : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 2

: Cancelling False Distress Alert

Your Ship position 060 25 South 1120 15 East Time 08:18 UTCYou have a Distress Alert is inadvertently transmitted in HF DSC on Frequency 6.312 kHz Task 1 : Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments Task 2 : Announce the Cancelling False Distress Message on Appropriate Frequency Distress SSB Task 3 : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 3

: Radio Telegram Send by Radio Telephony

Your ship in Pacific Ocean on the way to Singapore from Canada, Captain asks you to Send a Radio telegram to the Head Office Vietnam Shipphing Co in Hanoi. Ship Position Time Address Coast Station MMSI Telecommand Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 : : : : : : 250 35 North 1300 27 East 12:37 UTC Vietship Hanoi Haipong Radio 123456789 J3E

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments. : Call Coast Station on Channel 1221, and talk to Agent : Switch Off the Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 4

: Send Telex Message by NBDP

Youre Vessel in North Sea on the way to Hongkong from Poland, and Captain asks you Send a message to the Agent Singapore Shipping Co in Singapore by NBDP. Ship Position Time Coast Station MMSI TX / RX Telex Number Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 : : : : : : 250 38 North 1300 17 East 10:26 UTC Hongkong Radio 123 456 789 22.379 kHz / 22.287 kHz 065 234321

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Cost Station, Send Message by NBDP : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 5

: SEND DISTRESS ALERT by INMARSAT C

Your ship in Distress situation, Captain ask you to send a Distress Alert and Message with the following information : Ship Position : 060 39 00S 1120 26 00E Course : 075 degrees Time : 07:44 UTC Speed : 8 knots Nature of Distress : FLOODING

Land Station Task Task Task Task Task 1 2 3 4 5 : : : : :

: PERTH

Prepare and adjust your radio equipments Log in to Satelite, send Distress Alert by Inmarsat C Print Status Report of Selected Station Logout to Satelite. Switch Off your Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 6
TASK 1 TASK 2 TASK 3 TASK 4 TASK 5

: N A V T E X

: Power Up Unit : Explain the Functions of the Navtex on Board : Program Navtex Receiver to Select Massage A, B, C, D, E, F, H, L and Select Station A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O : Print Status Report of Selected Station : Switch Off Equipments.

GMDSS PRACTICAL
Ship Name Call Sign MMSI EXERCISE 1 : : : M/V FRANCESCO LDFZ 257 119 000

EXAMINATION (7)

: DSC Distress Alert

Your ship in Distress Situation, The Captain as you to send a DSC Distress Alert with the following information. Ship Position Time : Nature of Distress Telecommand : DSC Distress Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 Message Task 4 : 060 43 South 1120 13 East 09:54 UTC : FIRE Telephony : 156.525 kHz (CH 70)

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Edit Distress Call, and Transmit Distress Alert : After received the Distress Call Acknowledge, transmit the Disstress : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 2

: Call Urgency Message

Your ship 3 Mile North-west of Jamuang Island at the approach to the harbor of the Tanjung Perak and time 03:25 UTC. You have lost engine control and drifting North

Northeast, anchors not holding require tow urgently, using DSC VHF Equipment you are to announce to All Ships. Task 1 : Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments Task 2 : Edit and Transmit Urgency Call by DSC VHF, and Announce the message on appropriate Channel. Task 3 : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 3

: Telephon Call

Your Vessel in Pacific Ocean on the way Singapore from Canada, and Captain ask you to Call the Head Office Vietnam Shipping Co I Hanoi. Ship Position : Time : Coast Station : Telephone Number : MMSI : Telecommand : Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 250 25 North 1300 21 East 09:27 UTC Haipong Radio 089 87 65321 376 007 200 J3E

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Coast Station on Channel 1221, Talk to Agent : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 4

: Send Telex Message by NBDP

Youre Vessel in Pacific Ocean on the way to Singapore from Canada, and Captain asks you Send a Message to the Agent Singapore Shipping Co in Singapore. Ship Position : Time : Coast Station : Telephone Number : MMSI : TX / RX : Telex Number : Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 250 15 North 1300 17 East 07:14 UTC Singapore Radio 089 87 65321 376 007 200 16.807 kHz / 16.683,5 kHz 089 87 654321

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Cost Station, Send Message by NBDP : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 5

: SEND DISTRESS ALERT by INMARSAT C

Your ship in Distress situation, Captain ask you to send a Distress Alert and Message with the following information : Ship Position Course : Time : Speed : Nature of Distress Land Station : Task 1 : 060 28 00S 1120 29 00E 035 degrees 06:15 UTC 16 knots : GROUNDING SANTA PAULA

: Prepare and adjust your radio equipments

Task Task Task Task

2 3 4 5

: : : :

Log in to Satelite, send Distress Alert by Inmarsat C Print Status Report of Selected Station Logout to Satelite. Switch Off your Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 6
TASK 1 TASK 2 TASK 3

: BATTERIES MAINTENANCE

: Explain the functions of the BATTERIES on Board. : Explain How to Maintenance the Battery : Demonstrate How to check the Battery by AVO Meter and Hydrometer.

GMDSS PRACTICAL
Ship Name Call Sign MMSI EXERCISE 1 : : : SXWU 239 378 000

EXAMINATION (8)

M/V HERACLES GLORY

: DSC Distress Alert

Your ship in Distress Situation, The Captain as you to send a DSC Distress Alert with the following information. Ship Position Time : Nature of Distress Telecommand : DSC Distress Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 Message Task 4 : 060 30 South 1120 04 East 01:29 UTC : SINKING Telephony : 12.577 kHz

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Edit Distress Call, and Transmit Distress Alert : After received the Distress Call Acknowledge, transmit the Disstress : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 2

: Call for safety Message

Your ship position 050 10 South 1110 45 East and Time 02:05 UTC. You have observed a drifting BARGE which may be dangerous for navigation, using DSC VHF Equipment you are to announce to All Ships. Task 1 : Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments Task 2 : Edit and Transmit Safety Call by DSC VHF, and Announce the message on appropriate Channel.

Task 3

: Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 3

: Telephon Call

Your Vessel in North Sea on the way to Norway from France, and Captain ask you to Call the Head Office Scandinavian Shipping Line. Ship Position : Time : Coast Station : Telephone Number : MMSI : Telecommand : Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 050 24 East 270 37 North 06:26 UTC Rogaland Radio 0234123456 246 205 000 J3E

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Coast Station on Channel 821, Talk to Agent : Switch Off Radio Equipment.

EXERCISE 4

: Send Telex Message by NBDP

Youre Vessel in North Sea on the way to Norway from France, and Captain asks you Send a message to the Agent Espagne Line by NBDP. Ship Position Time Coast Station Telephone Number MMSI TX / RX Telex Number Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 : : : : : : : 050 12 East 270 40 North 14:23 UTC Madrid Radio 089 87 65321 246 205 000 8.429 kHz / 8.389 kHz 0234 123456

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Cost Station, Send Message by NBDP : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 5

: SEND DISTRESS ALERT by INMARSAT C

Your ship in Distress situation, Captain ask you to send a Distress Alert and Message with the following information : Ship Position Course : Time : Speed : Nature of Distress Land Station : Task Task Task Task Task 1 2 3 4 5 : : : : : : 060 36 00S 1120 27 00E 125 degrees 06:25 UTC 11 knots : COLLISION YAMAGUCHI

Prepare and adjust your radio equipments Log in to Satelite, send Distress Alert by Inmarsat C Print Status Report of Selected Station Logout to Satelite. Switch Off your Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 6
TASK 1 TASK 2 TASK 3

: S A R T

: Explain the functions of the SART on Board. : Demonstrate How to Place the unit in the Test Mode, and Describe the result of the Test. : Describe How To Locate the Battery Expiration Date and Why it should be Recorded

GMDSS PRACTICAL
Ship Name Call Sign MMSI EXERCISE 1 : : : JKOW 431 203 000

EXAMINATION (9)

M/V HERCULES ONE

: DSC Distress Alert

Your ship in Distress Situation, The Captain as you to send a DSC Distress Alert with the following information. Ship Position Time : Nature of Distress Telecommand : DSC Distress Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 Message Task 4 : 060 36 South 1120 29 East 01:26 UTC : COLLISION Telephony : 156,525 kHz (CH. 70)

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Edit Distress Call, and Transmit Distress Alert : After received the Distress Call Acknowledge, transmit the Disstress : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 2

: DSC Distress Relay to All Ships

Your have received a Distress Call from a Ship Name M/V Glory/PKKU with MMSI number 525345300 on the Distress Frequency 2.187,5 kHz. This CaLL contains the following information : Ships Position : 060 20 South 1140 10 East Time : 04:16 UTC Nature of Distress : SINKING Telecommand : Telephony DSC Distress Alert : 2.187,5 kHz Coast Station does not acknowledge this call. You can Send Distress Relay Call to All Ships on the Distress Frequency 2.187,5 kHz.

Task Task Task Task

1 2 3 4

: : : :

Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments Edit Distress Relay All, and Transmit Distress Relay All. Announce the Distress Relay Message. Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 3

: Telephon Call

Your ship position 050 16 South 1130 18 East time 07:28 UTC you have a Distress Alert is inadvertently transmitted in VHF DSC. Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 : Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments. : Announce the cancelling False Distress Message on Appropriate Channel. : Switch Off the Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 4

: Send Telex Message by NBDP

Youre Vessel in North Sea on the way to Hongkong from Poland, and Captain asks you Send a message to the Agent Singapore Shipping Co in Singapore by NBDP. Ship Position Time Coast Station MMSI TX / RX Telex Number Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 : : : : : : 250 45 North 1300 29 East 04:21 UTC Hongkong Radio 123 456 789 22.379 kHz / 22.287 kHz 065 234321

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Cost Station, Send Message by NBDP : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 5

: SEND DISTRESS ALERT by INMARSAT C

Your ship in Distress situation, Captain ask you to send a Distress Alert and Message with the following information : Ship Position Course : Time : Speed : Nature of Distress Land Station : Task Task Task Task Task 1 2 3 4 5 : : : : : : 060 36 00S 1120 26 00E 130 degrees `07:29 UTC 11 knots : ABANDONING SHIP BEIJING

Prepare and adjust your radio equipments Log in to Satelite, send Distress Alert by Inmarsat C Print Status Report of Selected Station Logout to Satelite. Switch Off your Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 6
TASK 1 TASK 2 TASK 3

: N A V T E X

: Power Up Unit : Explain the Functions of the Navtex on Board : Program Navtex Receiver to Select station A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J and select Message A, B, D, H, L, M, N, O, P, Q

TASK 4 TASK 5

: Print Status Report of Selected Station : Switch Off Equipments.

GMDSS PRACTICAL
Ship Name Call Sign MMSI EXERCISE 1 : : : LAPZ 425 880 210

EXAMINATION (10)

M/V INDIANA POLIS

: DSC Distress Alert

Your ship in Distress Situation, The Captain as you to send a DSC Distress Alert with the following information. Ship Position Time : Nature of Distress Telecommand : DSC Distress Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 Message Task 4 : 060 37 South 1120 21 East 07:26 UTC : SINKING Telephony : 156.525 kHz (CH 70)

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Edit Distress Call, and Transmit Distress Alert : After received the Distress Call Acknowledge, transmit the Disstress : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 2

: Call Urgency Message

Your ship 3 Mile North-west of Jamuang Island at the approach to the harbor of the Tanjung Perak and time 03:25 UTC. You have lost engine control and drifting North Northeast, anchors not holding require tow urgently, using DSC VHF Equipment you are to announce to All Ships. Task 1 : Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments Task 2 : Edit and Transmit Urgency Call by DSC VHF, and Announce the message on appropriate Channel. Task 3 : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 3

: Telephon Call

Your Vessel in Pacific Ocean on the way Singapore from Canada, and Captain ask you to Call the Head Office Vietnam Shipping Co I Hanoi. Ship Position Time : : 250 25 North 1300 47 East 09:51 UTC

Coast Station : Telephone Number : MMSI : Telecommand : Task 1 Task 2 Task 3

Haipong Radio 089 87 65321 376 007 200 J3E

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Coast Station on Channel 1221, Talk to Agent : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 4

: Send Telex Message by NBDP

Youre Vessel in Pacific Ocean on the way to Singapore from Canada, and Captain asks you Send a Message to the Agent Singapore Shipping Co in Singapore. Ship Position : Time : Coast Station : Telephone Number : MMSI : TX / RX : Telex Number : Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 250 55 North 1300 37 East 04:36 UTC Singapore Radio 089 87 65321 376 007 200 16.807 kHz / 16.683,5 kHz 089 87 654321

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Cost Station, Send Message by NBDP : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 5

: SEND DISTRESS ALERT by INMARSAT C

Your ship in Distress situation, Captain ask you to send a Distress Alert and Message with the following information : Ship Position Course : Time : Speed : Nature of Distress Land Station : Task Task Task Task Task 1 2 3 4 5 : : : : : : 060 37 00S 1120 25 00E 110 degrees 06:10 UTC 14 knots : GROUNDING KUMSAN

Prepare and adjust your radio equipments Log in to Satelite, send Distress Alert by Inmarsat C Print Status Report of Selected Station Logout to Satelite. Switch Off your Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 6
TASK 1 TASK 2 TASK 3

: COSPAS / SARSAT

EPIRB

: Explain the functions of the EPIRB on Board. : Demonstrate How to Place the unit in the Test Mode, and Describe the result of the Test. : Describe How To Locate the Battery Expiration Date and Why it should be Recorded.

GMDSS PRACTICAL
Ship Name Call Sign MMSI EXERCISE 1 : : : JPKC 376 007 200

EXAMINATION (11)

M/V BOTHANIA STONE

: DSC Distress Alert

Your ship in Distress Situation, The Captain as you to send a DSC Distress Alert with the following information. Ship Position Time : Nature of Distress Telecommand : DSC Distress Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 Message Task 4 : 060 27 South 1120 29 East 04:35 UTC : PIRACY Telephony : 6.312,0 kHz

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Edit Distress Call, and Transmit Distress Alert : After received the Distress Call Acknowledge, transmit the Disstress : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 2

: Call for safety Message

Your ship position 050 10 South 1110 45 East and Time 02:05 UTC. You have observed a drifting BARGE which may be dangerous for navigation, using DSC VHF Equipment you are to announce to All Ships. Task 1 : Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments Task 2 : Edit and Transmit Safety Call by DSC VHF, and Announce the message on appropriate Channel. Task 3 : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 3

: Telephon Call

Your Vessel in North Sea on the way to Norway from France, and Captain ask you to Call the Head Office Scandinavian Shipping Line. Ship Position : Time : Coast Station : Telephone Number : MMSI : Telecommand : Task 1 050 47 East 270 29 North 03:19 UTC Rogaland Radio 0234123456 246 205 000 J3E

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments

Task 2 Task 3

: Call Coast Station on Channel 821, Talk to Agent : Switch Off Radio Equipment.

EXERCISE 4

: Send Telex Message by NBDP

Youre Vessel in North Sea on the way to Norway from France, and Captain asks you Send a message to the Agent Espagne Line by NBDP. Ship Position : Time : Coast Station : Telephone Number : MMSI : TX / RX : Telex Number : Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 050 47 East 270 29 North 03:19 UTC Madrid Radio 089 87 65321 246 205 000 8.429 kHz / 8.389 kHz 0234 123456

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Cost Station, Send Message by NBDP : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 5

: SEND DISTRESS ALERT by INMARSAT C

Your ship in Distress situation, Captain ask you to send a Distress Alert and Message with the following information : Ship Position Course : Time : Speed : Nature of Distress Land Station : Task Task Task Task Task 1 2 3 4 5 : : : : : : 060 39 00S 1120 28 00E 130 degrees 06:47 UTC 15 knots : PIRACY NAKHODKA

Prepare and adjust your radio equipments Log in to Satelite, send Distress Alert by Inmarsat C Print Status Report of Selected Station Logout to Satelite. Switch Off your Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 6
TASK 1 TASK 2 TASK 3

: S A R T

: Explain the functions of the SART on Board. : Demonstrate How to Place the unit in the Test Mode, and Describe the result of the Test. : Describe How To Locate the Battery Expiration Date and Why it should be Recorded

GMDSS PRACTICAL
Ship Name Call Sign MMSI EXERCISE 1 : : : JPKC 376 007 200

EXAMINATION (12)

M/V BOTHANIA STONE

: DSC Distress Alert

Your ship in Distress Situation, The Captain as you to send a DSC Distress Alert with the following information. Ship Position Time : Nature of Distress Telecommand : DSC Distress Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 Message Task 4 : 060 47 South 1120 31 East 09:18 UTC : GROUNDING Telephony : 6.312,0 kHz

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Edit Distress Call, and Transmit Distress Alert : After received the Distress Call Acknowledge, transmit the Disstress : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 2

: DSC Distress Relay to All Ships

Your have received a Distress Call from a Ship Name M/V Glory/PKKU with MMSI number 525345300 on the Distress Frequency 2.187,5 kHz. This CaLL contains the following information : Ships Position : 060 20 South 1140 10 East Time : 04:16 UTC Nature of Distress : SINKING Telecommand : Telephony DSC Distress Alert : 2.187,5 kHz Coast Station does not acknowledge this call. You can Send Distress Relay Call to All Ships on the Distress Frequency 2.187,5 kHz. Task Task Task Task 1 2 3 4 : : : : Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments Edit Distress Relay All, and Transmit Distress Relay All. Announce the Distress Relay Message. Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 3

: Telephon Call

Your ship position 050 16 South 1130 18 East time 07:28 UTC you have a Distress Alert is inadvertently transmitted in VHF DSC. Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 : Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments. : Announce the cancelling False Distress Message on Appropriate Channel. : Switch Off the Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 4

: Send Telex Message by NBDP

Youre Vessel in North Sea on the way to Hongkong from Poland, and Captain asks you Send a message to the Agent Singapore Shipping Co in Singapore by NBDP. Ship Position Time Coast Station MMSI TX / RX Telex Number Task 1 Task 2 Task 3 : : : : : : 250 38 North 1300 27 East 09:54 UTC Hongkong Radio 123 456 789 22.379 kHz / 22.287 kHz 065 234321

: Prepare and adjust your Radio Equipments : Call Cost Station, Send Message by NBDP : Switch Off Radio Equipment

EXERCISE 5

: SEND DISTRESS ALERT by INMARSAT C

Your ship in Distress situation, Captain ask you to send a Distress Alert and Message with the following information : Ship Position Course : Time : Speed : Nature of Distress Land Station : Task Task Task Task Task 1 2 3 4 5 : : : : : : 060 39 00S 1120 26 00E 125 degrees 07:44 UTC 12 knots : FLOODING PERTH

Prepare and adjust your radio equipments Log in to Satelite, send Distress Alert by Inmarsat C Print Status Report of Selected Station Logout to Satelite. Switch Off your Radio Equipments.

EXERCISE 6
TASK TASK TASK TASK TASK 1 2 3 4 5 : : : : :

: N A V T E X

Power Up Unit Explain the Functions of the Navtex on Board Program Navtex Receiver to Select Message only A, B, C, D, E, L and H Print Status Report of Selected Station Switch Off Equipments.