Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific-Kamaya Point

Associated Marine Officers’ and Seamen’s Union of the Philippines-PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

Course Title: English 3D Semester: 1st Semester
Descriptive Title: Speech Communication With Imo Smcp Academic Year: 2016-2017
Name/S: Abenido, Eugene Goyena, Mikhail Section Antares
Calixterio, Reggis Palahang, Cyrome Date: 15 September 2016
Correos, Raul Loise Viagedor, Romar
Florentino, Ara May Zalzos, Chirstian John
Delos Santos, Kaizz

Ship Particulars Ship Particulars
Name: STI Bronx Name: NYK Orion
Ship Type: Oil/ Product Chemical Tanker Ship Type: Container Ship
Call Sign: V7DQ4 Call Sign: 32PU6
Flag: Marshall Islands Flag: PANAMA[PA]
Draft: 9.1m Draft: 9.1
Imo/Mmsi: 9706839 / 538005418 Imo/Mmsi: 9312999
Size: 183m X 32m Size: 336 x 45.8
Deadweight: 50135t Deadweight: 99563T
Gross Tonnage: 29735t Gross Tonnage: 98799
Built: 2015 Built: 2007
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NYK Orion is a container vessel moored at Manila South Pier 3. The said vessel contains highly
flammable and explosive cargo. At 0500H the vessel is now preparing for its departure.

Standing Order: Engine Cadets must check the main engine prior to departure for proper
lubrication and maintenance.

Prior to departure the captain contacts the VTS in the vicinity for assistance.

Captain: VTS Manila, VTS Manila, VTS Manila, this is NYK ORION call sign Three Too Papa
Uniform Sil (3x). How do you read me? Over.
VTS MANILA:NYK ORION, NYK ORION, NYK ORION call sign Three Too Papa Uniform
Six this is VTS Manila(3x). I read you excellent. Over.
Captain: I need to two tugs to assist my departure. Over.
VTS Manila: Affirmative. I will send two tugs to assist your departure ETA 0545H UTC. Over.
Captain: Thank you. Out.

The captain made an announcement in the P.A system
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Associated Marine Officers’ and Seamen’s Union of the Philippines-PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

Captain: Attention accommodation area, Attention accommodation area, this is your captain
speaking we will now commence departure. All crew take your post.

After the announcement the crew took their post

Captain: Forward station and aft station this is the captain. Come in. Over.
3rd Officer: This is forward station standing by for orders. Over.
Captain: Copy that. Over.
2nd Officer: This is Aft station standing by for orders. Over.
Captain: Copy that. Over.
Captain: Aft station please check of the propeller is clear. We commence blowing of engine
shortly. Over.
2nd Officer: Affirmative captain. The propeller is clear you can now blow the engine. Over.
Captain: Copy. 2nd Engineer you can now blow the engine.
2nd Engineer: Copy. Over.

While the engine is being blown, the tugs have arrived.

Captain: Tug Boat on forward how do you read me? Over.
Tug Boat on Forward: I read you four. Over.
Captain: Copy that. Over.
Captain: Tug boat on aft how do you read me? Over.
Tug Boat on Aft: I read you five. Over.
Captain: Copy. Please connect lines on the port bow and port aft. Tugs line. Over.
Tug Boats. Copy. Connecting the lines on the port bow and port aft. Over.

Captain: Forward station remove the forward head line and the breast line. Over.
3rd Officer: Copy that. Removing head line and breast line. Over.
3rd Officer: Head line and Breast line are now removed. Over
Captain: Okay. Thank you. Over.
Captain: Aft station remove the Aft line and breast line. Over.
2nd Officer: Copy that. Removing Aft line and Breast line. Over.
2nd Officer: Aft line and Breast line now removed. Over.
Captain: Okay. Thank you. Over.
Captain: Forward and aft stations, remove spring lines. Over.
3rd Officer: Forward station has removed spring line. Over.
2nd Officer: Aft station has removed spring line. Over.
Captain: Tugs, commence pulling. Over.
Tug Boat on Forward: Pulling. Over.
Tug Boat on Aft: Pulling. Over.
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Associated Marine Officers’ and Seamen’s Union of the Philippines-PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

After the tugs have successfully pulled the ship form the port.

Captain: Tug boats, stop pulling and secure lines. Over
Tug boats: Stopping and securing lines. Over.
Tug boats: Lines are secured. Over.
Captain: Copy that. Thank you for your assistance. Out.

After that NYK ORION proceeded to its voyage at sea………

AT NYK ORION
*The incoming officer arrives in the bridge 15 minutes before his duty and checks the condition
and status of all bridge equipments*
3/M: Good morning sir!
C/M: Good morning to you too.
3/M: Sir, may we do the hand over.
C/M: Of course, as of now the present position of our ship is 14 degrees 56 minutes North and 120
degrees 50 minutes East.
3/M: Okay sir, what is our ETA on our destination?
C/M: The ETA is on 18 September 2016 at 0945H UTC.
3/M: What is our course?
C/M: Our true course is 000 degrees true. The next chart is within 2 hours.
3/M: Copy that sir.
C/M: Both port side and starboard side radars are at 6nm range scale at true motion north-up.
GPS is in operation. Echo sounder is at 20meters range scale. The echo sounder recordings are
reliable. I changed to manual steering at 0700H. Navigational lights are switched off.
3/M: Okay sir, Thank you for the information.
C/M: The log books and record book are completed and signed. The notebook entries will be copied
into the record books after the watch.
Change the paper of the echo sounder. Refill the toner of the echo-sounder.
3/M: Okay sir, noted.
Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific-Kamaya Point
Associated Marine Officers’ and Seamen’s Union of the Philippines-PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

C/M: You have the watch now.
3/m: I have the watch now.
*The 3rd mate took over the watch *
3rd Engineer: Fire! Fire! Fire! There was an explosion and there is a tremendous fire on the Main
engine. Smoke, fumes and fire are present in the site. The main engine was clogged. We are
proceeding to muster station. Over.
OOW: Okay. Inform me after everyone is mustered.
After a few minutes
3rd Engineer: Sir, we are already mustered. We will now prepare for firefighting. We are just
waiting for instructions. Over
After the 3rd Engineer informed the OOW, the OOW informed the Captain about the state of the
ship.
OOW: Captain, the vessel is on fire. The crew are getting ready for firefighting. Waiting for
further instructions, sir. Over
Captain: Okay, what is the condition of the ship? Over
OOW: sir, the ship is experiencing a tremendous fire on the Main engine. Smoke, fumes and fire
are present in the site. Over
Captain: What caused the fire?
OOW: The main engine clogged due to lack of lubrication. Which caused overheat and exploded
Captain: Are there any casualties? Over.
OOW: as of now, there are no casualties’ sir. Over
Captain: Alright now. Extinguish the fire as soon as possible. Deploy for firefighting. Out

As the captain relays his instructions. The OOW organizes the firefighting team:
OOW: Standby firefighting teams at the forecastle, Chief Officer take charge over.
Chief Officer: Firefighting teams standing by at the forecastle, over.

As the firefighting team assemble in:
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Associated Marine Officers’ and Seamen’s Union of the Philippines-PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

Chief Officer: Start firefighting, take team Alfa to site. Follow the route across the starboard side
of the main engine and team Bravo to the port side. Team Alfa create an opening for team Bravo
so that they could take the position after they pass the engine room. Extinguish the fire at the
starboard and cool the part at the port of the main engine. Take additional safety measures and
report all incidents. Over.
2nd Officer: 2nd officer in command of firefighting team Alfa. Carrying out instructions. Over
Chief Engineer: Chief Engineer in command of firefighting team Bravo. Carrying out
instructions. Over

After 30 minutes of firefighting. Team Alfa and Team Bravo was barely holding on to the fire.
The Chief Engineer reported that they require firefighting assistance.
Chief Engineer: Chief, we require firefighting assistance. Over
Chief Officer: Okay, I’ll send team Alfa there to help as well. Over
2nd Officer: Negative, we are struggling in our post as well. Call for Mayday chief. Over.
Chief Officer: Okay. I will inform the OOW to call for Mayday. All firefighting team prepare to
retreat. Over.
Chief Engineer: Okay Chief, team Alfa preparing to retreat. Over
2nd Officer: Okay Chief, team Bravo preparing to retreat. Over
3rd Engineer: Fire! Fire! Fire! There was an explosion and there is a tremendous fire on the Main
engine. Smoke, fumes and fire are present in the site. The main engine was clogged. We are
proceeding to muster station. Over.
OOW: Okay. Inform me after everyone is mustered.
After a few minutes
3rd Engineer: Sir, we are already mustered. We will now prepare for firefighting. We are just
waiting for instructions. Over
After the 3rd Engineer informed the OOW, the OOW informed the Captain about the state of the
ship.
OOW: Captain, the vessel is on fire. The crew are getting ready for firefighting. Waiting for
further instructions, sir. Over
Captain: Okay, what is the condition of the ship? Over
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Associated Marine Officers’ and Seamen’s Union of the Philippines-PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

OOW: sir, the ship is experiencing a tremendous fire on the Main engine. Smoke, fumes and fire
are present in the site. Over
Captain: What caused the fire?
OOW: The main engine clogged due to lack of lubrication. Which caused overheat and exploded
Captain: Are there any casualties? Over.
OOW: as of now, there are still no casualties’ sir. Over
Captain: Alright now. Extinguish the fire as soon as possible. Deploy for firefighting. Out

As the captain relays his instructions. The OOW organizes the firefighting team:
OOW: Standby firefighting teams at the forecastle, Chief Officer take charge over.
Chief Officer: Firefighting teams standing by at the forecastle, over.

As the firefighting team assemble in:
Chief Officer: Start firefighting, take team Alfa to site. Follow the route across the starboard side
of the main engine and team Bravo to the port side. Team Alfa create an opening for team Bravo
so that they could take the position after they pass the engine room. Extinguish the fire at the
starboard and cool the part at the port of the main engine. Take additional safety measures and
report all incidents. Over.
2nd Officer: 2nd officer in command of firefighting team Alfa. Carrying out instructions. Over
Chief Engineer: Chief Engineer in command of firefighting team Bravo. Carrying out
instructions. Over

After 30 minutes of firefighting. Team Alfa and Team Bravo was barely holding on to the fire.
The Chief Engineer reported that they require firefighting assistance.
Chief Engineer: Chief, we require firefighting assistance. Over
Chief Officer: Okay, I’ll send team Alfa there to help as well. Over
2nd Officer: Negative, we are struggling in our post as well. Call for Mayday chief. Over.
Chief Officer: Okay. I will inform the OOW to call for Mayday. All firefighting team prepare to
retreat. Over.
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Associated Marine Officers’ and Seamen’s Union of the Philippines-PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

Chief Engineer: Okay Chief, team Alfa preparing to retreat. Over
2nd Officer: Okay Chief, team Bravo preparing to retreat. Over
MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY
This is NYK ORION- Three Echo Papa Uniform Six
NYK ORION- Three Echo Papa Uniform Six
NYK ORION- Three Echo Papa Uniform Six
My position zero three degrees one three minutes north, one two five
degrees zero three minutes east. Vessel on fire.
I require firefighting assistance.
Number of crew on-board: Two zero
Number of life boat launched: Two
Over.

MAYDAY
NYK ORION
NYK ORION
NYK ORION - Three Echo Papa Uniform Six
This is STI BRONX
STI BRONX
STI BRONX – Delta Yankee Hotel Hotel
Received Mayday
My position: bearing one zero five degrees from distress position.
Distance Four Miles M/V course zero five two degrees, speed of one six knots.
ETA distress position is at one two three zero hours UTC
How do you read me?
Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific-Kamaya Point
Associated Marine Officers’ and Seamen’s Union of the Philippines-PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

Over.
NYK ORION OOW: I read you excellent.
Over
STI BRONX: Question, what is on fire? Over.
NYK ORION: Answer, fire spread from the main engine towards the poop
deck. Over.
STI BRONX: Do you have any injured crew member? Over.
NYK ORION: There are two crew members injured. Over.
STI BRONX: What are their status? Over.
NYK ORION: They’re suffering from first degree burn. Over.
STI BRONX: Okay we are near in your position. Over.
NYK ORION: Okay. Over.

Minutes have passed, STI BRONX have already approached the position of
NYK ORION for immediate firefighting assistance.

STI BRONX: NYK ORION
NYK ORION
NYK ORION-Three Echo Papa Uniform SIx
This is STI BRONX
STI BRONX
STI BRONX- Delta Yankee Hotel Hotel
How do you read me? Over.
NYK ORION: I read excellent. Over.
STI BRONX: We are preparing the fire hydrant to help fight the fire. Over.
NYK ORION: Copy that. Over.
Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific-Kamaya Point
Associated Marine Officers’ and Seamen’s Union of the Philippines-PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

After 30 minutes the fire was completely eliminated when the STI BRONX
worked together with NYK ORION fighting the fire.
NYK ORION Captain: We appreciate the quick assistance, sir. Out.
STI BRONX proceeded to their voyage.