BRIDGE EQUIPMENT & WATCH KEEPING (4 x 10 Marks)
(Attempt any FOUR questions from this section. All questions carry equal marks)
1. Briefly explain the emergency steering system.
2. What are the various Helm orders given to the helmsman on board
and give their meanings?
3. List out the circumstances under which you as an Officer of the Watch would call your Master.
4. What are the duties of a look out? Under what circumstances will you call for additional lookouts in the Bridge?
5. What is the importance of the entries made in the Ship’s log book and what points will you ensure while making entries in the log book?
SECTION – B
COLLISION PREVENTION (30 Marks)
(Attempt any THREE questions from this section. All questions carry equal marks)
6. Explain with a diagram, the ranges and arcs of visibility of the lights displayed by a power driven vessel more than 50 meters in length. (10 Marks)
7. Give definitions of following: (4 x2.5 Marks)
(a). Towing light (b). All round light
(c). Masthead light (d). Flashing light.
8. What manoeuvring and warning signals are to be sounded by the following (4×2.5 Marks)
(a). Vessel when in sight of another to indicate ‘I am altering course to port’
(b). Vessel when in sight of another to indicate ‘I intend to overtake you from your starboard
(c). In Restricted visibility, by a vessel Not Under Command.
(d). In Restricted visibility, by a power driven vessel underway and making way.
9. List out any Ten signals to indicate a vessel is in distress (10 Marks)