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MV.

OPS ANDRA
MASTERS STANDING ORDERS
Below are standing orders to be observed by all WATCHKEEPERS when vessel is at sea,
anchorage or in port. All deck officers when joining the vessel must read this standing
orders and sign their names below so signify understanding of the orders and thereafter to
be throughly familiar with the orders in performing their duties and responsibilities.
WHEN VESSEL AT SEA.
1. Officer of the watch (OOW) is to maintain his watch on Navigational Bridge and
keep a good and efficient lookout at all times.
2. Under no circumstance should the OOW leave the Navigational Bridge until
properly relieved.
3. All avoiding action to avoid close quarter situation are to be taken early and
positively, and to be with due reference to the INTERNATIONAL
REGULATIONS FOR PREVENTING COLLISION AT SEA.
4. OOW to use all available means to fix vessels position at regular intervals and to
ensure vessel remains on the charted course. Regular interval means 5, 10, 15, 20
or 30 minutes when coasting relevant to the chart scale being used and every 1
hour in on seats.
5. Whenever possible, compass errors are to be determined by observation each time
ships course is altered and at least once per watch.
6. Changing Over The Watch
a)
If a manoeuvre or other action to avoid a hazard is taking place at the
moment the OOW is to be relieved, handover shall be deferred until
the action is completed.
b)
After handing over the watch, the relieved Officer should carry out
rounds on board check for fire and other unusual circumstance.
7. All navigational equipment and the MAIN ENGINES are at the disposal of the
OOW.
8. The OOW should notify the Master immediately under the following
circumstances:
Restricted visibility.
If movement of other vessels are causing concern.
Breakdown of main engine, steering gear or any essential navigating
equipment.
Difficulty in maintaining course due to heavy traffic or meteorological
conditions.
Whenever in doubt.
9. Despite the requirement to notify the Master in the above circumstances, the
OOW should not hesitate to take immediate action before the Masters arrival to
ensure the safety of the vessel whenever circumstances require.
WHEN APPROACING TO THE PLATFORM OR FASILITY IN OFFSHORE
10. When Vessel Approaching to the platform crane must be positioned upright
transverse to the vessel. This is to make the clear view to the deck during
maneuvers or while loading and unloading not obstructed by the crane.
11. During the voyage, crane boom must be secured on the boom rest at Starboard
side, longitudinal of the vessel for boom secure & view clear the astern Vessel.

WHEN VESSEL AT ANCHORAGE.


1. A continuous anchoring watch should be maintained.
2. Appropriate navigation light and shape to be exhibited.
3. Determine vessel position on the chart used soon after dropped anchor and at
frequent intervals, check the ships position by means of GPS, Radar and visual
bearing of fixed navigational object.
4. Notify the master immediately if the vessel drags her anchor and undertake all
necessary remedial action.
5. Notify the Master if visibility deteriorates.
WHEN VESSEL IN PORT.
DURING CARGO OPERATIONS
1. Moorings are attended to regularly to ensure vessel is safely alongside.
2. The gangway is safely rigged at all times during stay in port.
3. Stability and trim condition are at all times safe and within reasonable limit.
4. Check and ensure that all lashings are secured before departure.
5. Safety and security watches are to be maintained at all times.
**ADDITIONAL ORDERS
1. OILFIELD NAVIGATIONS.
a) Do not approach any offshore installation within 500m without my permission.
b) I am to be informed at 5 nm prior arrival any locations.
c) Do not enter barges anchor pattern/anchor spread without my presence in the
wheelhouse.

MASTER,

( AGUS SALAM )

CHIEF OFFICER,

2nd OFFICER,

( HENDRA MUSADI)

( FIRMAN ALWI )