BRIDGE EQUIPMENT & WATCH KEEPING (40 Marks)
(Attempt any FOUR questions from this section. All questions carry equal marks)
1. Explain the operation and principle of the Inter- switching of a follow up,
Non follow up and an Emergency steering of a Telemotor? (10 Marks)
2. a) Explain the various methods to call the master to the bridge?
b) What are the various standard wheel orders given to the helmsman
and give their meanings?
3. Describe the use, care precaution of an Emergency source of power of a
day light signaling lamp, wipe and a clear view screen? (10 Marks)
4. Describe the principles to be observed as the OOW when keeping a
safe look out, calling the master and navigating with a pilot embarked? (10 Marks)
5. Explain the importance of recording all relevant information in log books
and name any ten types of log books used on board the ship? (10 Marks)
SECTION – B
COLLISION PREVENTION (30 Marks)
(Attempt any THREE questions from this section. All questions carry equal marks)
6. Draw the view of lights of the following vessels as seen at night in a
Head on situation giving their day and fog signals:- (10 Marks)
i) A power driven more than 50 m in length underway.
ii) A vessel not under command.
iii) A vessel at anchor as seen from stbd side.
iv) A vessel aground.
v) A pilot vessel engaged in pilotage duty.
7. What are the maneuvering and warning signals when vessels are in sight
of one another? (10 Marks)
(i) Indicate doubt
(ii) Operating astern propulsion
(iii) Warn other vessels while nearing a bend or an area of a channel or fairway
where other vessels may be obscured by an intervening obstruction
(iv) Indicate alteration of course to starboard.
(v) Indicate alteration of course to port
8. Define the following: (10 Marks)
i) Mast head light
ii) Side light
iv) Short blast
v) Prolonged blast
9. a) Name all the vessels with a hampered fog signals such as 1 Prolonged
followed by 2 short blasts?
b) What are your actions when you sight a vessel aground, a towing
vessel at anchor, a pilot vessel and a power driven vessel underway/ stopped.